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Re: Thomas Bouldin of Virginia
Posted by: Steven Bolden (ID *****3207) Date: February 21, 2009 at 13:38:29
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Bouldin of Virginia by Valerie Burd of 444

I was playing a hunch, as my dad had his DNA sample inserted into the Bolling DNA Project and it fit fairly closely with the Thomas Bouldin line. I'm trying to find evidence of a possible link with him through my GGG-grandfather Joseph Boling, b. abt 1753. There is a sizable gap between him and Thomas of the Swan. I found a possible link to a "possible" mistress of Thomas's that might have sired a male child, that later took the name of Thomas after Thomas's death. Otherwise, Thomas's line is fairly easy to trace. It's a long shot, but for now my only shot at finding parentage for my grandfather Joseph. Sorry, it took so long getting back to you.

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