Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of Thomas BOLIN and [---] POSEY and Rebecca SOJOURNER
1. Thomas BOLIN, born 1793; died 6 Jan 1856 in Marengo County, Alabama, son of Edward BOLIN (SR) and Anne Elizabeth SALLEY. He married (1) abt 1815 [---] POSEY; (2) Rebecca SOJOURNER, born 1800.
Notes for Thomas BOLIN: Move to Wilcox Co. AL in 1826. Soldier in War of 1812. Married a Miss Posey in about 1815 and they had four children. At some point he married his second wife, Rebecca Sojourner. They had five children, all born in Wilcox County, Alabama. Thomas moved to Marengo County, AL in 1840 living near Hamden.
Children of Thomas BOLIN and [---] POSEY were as follows:
a. George E. BOLIN .
b. Daniel BOLIN .
c. William David BOLIN, born 13 Sep 1817 in Barnwell Co., South Carolina; died 10 Jul 1897 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He married on 13 Sep 1847 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina Mary Ann Gillian BOLIN, born 6 Mar 1824 in South Carolina; died 31 Jan 1882, daughter of Martin BOLIN and Mary POSEY.
Notes for William David BOLIN: Came back to SC on business and married his first cousin and stayed in SC.
d. Henry M. BOLIN .
Children of Thomas BOLIN and Rebecca SOJOURNER were as follows:
e. Sarah Jane BOLIN, born in Wilcox County, Alabama.
f. Joann BOLIN, born in Wilcox County, Alabama.
g. Thomas Bridges BOLIN, born in Wilcox County, Alabama.
h. John Andrew BOLIN, born in Wilcox County, Alabama.
i. Reddick BOLIN, born in Wilcox County, Alabama.
Information provided by Gene Jeffries 22 Feb 2000.
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