Colonel Robert Bolling, II

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Colonel Robert Bolling, II

Birthdate: (66)
Birthplace: Kippax Plantation, Charles City, Virginia, Colonial America
Death: January 03, 1749 (66)
Prince George County, Virginia, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Petersburg, Prince George's County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Colonel Robert Bolling, I and Ann Bolling
Husband of Anne Bolling
Father of Mary Baker; Martha Hall; Mary Yancey; Elizabeth Munford; John Bolling and 8 others
Brother of Jane Bolling; Stith Bolling; Edward Bolling; Anne Wynne; Elizabeth Anne Elam and 6 others
Half brother of Rebecca Jane Clack and Colonel John Fairfax Bolling

Occupation: Major
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Immediate Family

About Colonel Robert Bolling, II

Imposters Information:

Additional Curator's Notes:

Robert Bolling, Jr.(1681/82-1749) was the son of Robert Bolling and wife Ann Stith. He was born at Kippax Plantation, Charles City Co., Virginia, near the present-day town of Hopewell. He served in the Virginia militia, rising to the rank of colonel. He was appointed the surveyor of Prince George County and later, a justice of that county. He served as vestryman for Bristol Parish.

Some time around 1706 Col. Bolling began buying land in the Petersburg area, in Amelia County, and a mill and trading store on the Appomattox River. His first plantation was Bollingbrook along the Nottoway River.

He married Anne Cocke at Kippax Plantation in 1706. The daughter of Richard Cocke of Oldman's Creek, Virginia and wife Elizabeth, she was born c. 1686, in Prince George Co., Virginia, and died in 1749 in Charles City Co., Virginia. Family lore states she was buried in an unmarked grave at Kippax Plantation.

The Bolling family moved from Kippax to Charles City and then to Petersburg, Prince George Co., Virginia. That portion of Prince George County later became Dinwiddie County, and Petersburg later became an "independent city," meaning it separated from the county.

Children of Robert Bolling, Jr., and Anne Cocke:

  • Mary Ann Bolling, b. 25 Jan 1707/08
  • Elizabeth Bolling, b. 17 Dec 1709
  • Lucy Bolling, b. 3 May 1719
  • Jane Bolling, b. 1 Apr 1722,
  • Martha Bolling, b.17 Nov 1726
  • Susannah Bolling, b. 6 Jul 1728, d. Aft 1788
  • Robert Bolling, III, b. 12 Jun 1730, d. 24 Dec 1775, Petersburg, Dinwiddie Co., Virginia

Maria Edmonds-Zediker, Volunteer Curator, 8/24/2011

Links for additional materials:

 Robert Bolling (1646 - 1709)
 Anne Stith Bolling (1660 - 1709)

 Anne Mary Cocke Bolling (1686 - 1749)*

 Mary Bolling Starke (1708 - ____)*
 Elizabeth Bolling Montfort (1709 - ____)*
 Anne Bolling Hall (1713 - ____)*
 Lucy Bolling Randolph (1719 - ____)*
 Jane Bolling Miller (1722 - ____)*
 Mason Bolling (1724 - ____)*
 Martha Bolling Eppes (1726 - ____)*
 Susannah Bolling Bolling (1728 - ____)*
 Robert Bolling (1730 - 1775)*
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Colonel Robert Bolling, II's Timeline

January 25, 1682
Charles City, Virginia, Colonial America
Age 19
Halifax County, Province of Virginia
Age 19
Prince George County, Virginia
January 25, 1708
Age 26
Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Virginia
December 17, 1709
Age 27
Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Virginia
Age 27
Mecklenburg Co., VA
December 12, 1713
Age 31
Prince George County, Virginia
May 3, 1719
Age 37
Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Virginia, USA
Age 39