Buckingham County VA page
Yes, we are cousins since Robert Bolling((1738-1769) was a brother to Benjamin Bolling.
Don't know how accurate this is, but I had Mary Burton as apparently a first wife to Robert and they wed June 5, 1763 and died in childbirth in 1764 when Mary Burton Bolling was born, their first child, on 30 April 1764-1787. This daughter was first of 4 wives to Robert Bolling(3 Mar 1759-1839), he was her cousin and he was great grandson of Col. Robert Bolling(1646-1709 by 2nd wife Anne Stith). They had one child Anne Robertson Bolling(1787-1 May 1828) who wed John N. Campbell
Susan/Susanna Watson Bolling and Robert Bolling : all I have other than Linnaeus and Powhatan, is Pocahontas Rebecca Bolling wed to Joseph Cabell in 1782, and Elizabeth Blair Bolling wed to Thomas West.
I have the children of Linnaeus Bolling (1773-1836) who wed Mary Markham as: 1. Mary Bolling wed James Madison Cobbs 2.Susan Pocahontas Bolling died in 1849, wed to Robert Thurston Hubbard, 3. Philip Bolling, judge, wed Mary Eppes/or Epps. 4. Robert Bolling wed Sarah Hobson, Mary Watkins, Martha Brackett.
I have read of some references to Judge Zelma Price (think her maiden name was Wells) and some debate over her sources.(as happens a lot in this family line). It seems it was at this link for the Baker-Bolin-L Homepage which also lists addresses of various Bolling/Bowling researchers and their lines they are researching http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/8056/bakerb.html
it would also be a good place to share your research as it is a central place for researchers on the Bolling/Bowlings to put material. It is the only one I know of (that doesn't charge a membership fee like The Bolling Family Association, which is the same family line we are discussing)
I have only purchased one book on the Bolling line, by RLJTPS@aol.com
on this family line, but haven't had the time to look up any connections for what you are researching, it has several different indexes and everything in it isn't necessarily indexed). John Sullivan composed it from various resources and it seems to be fairly accurate for the most part, and he is always open to contributions from other family members who want to put their family in it (even if they aren't certain where they link up at, there's a section for unknown Bollings/Bowlings ) his website is here regarding the 2 volume paperback book on this family: http://hometown.aol.com/rltjps/myhomepage/sale.html
Should I run across anything relevant to your search, then I will let you know. But truth is, I figure we'll never know everything because that's just the way it is, courthouses sometimes burned with lost records or records were never kept in the first place, records not always complete and family disagreements where they had lack of communication. One thing I have learned is that colonial law didn't require them to list all the children in their wills, since often most of the children had long been established in their own families, so wills are helpful but don't give all the facts. The questions I would have liked to ask my ancestors can't be asked anyway because they are long dead, so I can only wonder and be grateful that I live in this day and age when we have so much to be thankful for technology-wise and so much to have learned from past history of mankind. Still, it's fun to know what one can find out about one's family tree.