Tristram Bolling

Male 1427 - 1502  (~ 75 years)


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  1. 1.  Tristram Bolling was born ~ 1427, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England (son of Robert Bolling and Isabel Thornton); died 30 May 1502, Chellow, Yorkshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Tristram Bollynge
    • Will: 7 Apr 1502, Chellow, Yorkshire, England
    • Probate: 7 Aug 1502, Chellow, Yorkshire, England

    Notes:

    Tristram Bolling, the eldest son of Robert Bolling, the attainted possessor of Bolling Hall, married Beatrix, daughter of Sir Walter Calverley, of Calverley. He was a man of great courage, and was most loyal to the Lancastrina party, so much so that he appears to have idolized Henry VI.

    In his behalf he fought alongside his father at Towton, but, being young, escaped further consequences than the disastrous defeat of his party. He died at Chellow, near Manningham, leaving an heiress, Rosamund, who had become the wife of Sir Richard Tempest, of Bracewell.

    We give a copy of his will on account of its quaintness of spelling and the information it contains:--

    Will of Tristram Bolling, of Chellow

    April 7, 1502. Proved August 2.

    'I, Tristram Bolling, of Chellow, to be buryd in the high quere of my parish church of Bradforth, and I bequeath in honour of my mortuary my best horse wt. sadyll & brydll, jake, salet, bowe and harnes, sword and bockler, as I went to the warr. I bequeath unto the aulter of Synt Kateryn afore the image of King Henry the vj. one vestment with albe preist iijs. iiijd. To one priest for saying for my saule xxs. and li. wax to be brend upon my sepulture, and iiijd. for the wast of every torch brynnyng about my body the day of my buryall. To every man beyryng me to the church iiijd. I will yet all my manners, lands &c., being my inheritance after the decease of Robert Bolling my fader or any other tytll of right here-after remayne after my decease unto Richard Tempest and Rosamunde my doghter and wyff unto the said Richard and to ther heyrs forever mor. I will that my wyff Elyne during her lyve have a yearly rent for her thirds out of my said manners, &c. To my son Edward Bolling all my lands purchased in the toun of Bradford except a messe, and one tenement lying beside the parich chirch, which I will remayn unto Thos. Tempest, son of Richard Tempest aforesaid. to the said Thos. Tempest one messe soom tyme in the holdynge of Allison Dyn-Gurd. To John Tempest, son unto ye said Richard Tempest, one tenement called Rowley and one tenement in Thornton beside Bradford newly bylded. I wyll that Edwd. Robertshaw take half a coile pytt at Clayton dewring one yere, and my wyff the other half, and then the said coile pytt to remayne to the foresaid Rich. Tempest and hys wyff. I order as executors Nicholas Tempest, Edward Bollynge, and Cudberd Lenthrope, my son Richard Tempest being superviseare.
    Giffen at Chellow. Pro. 3 June, 1502'

    The estates of Tristram Bolling comprised the manors of Bolling and Thornton, and lands in Little Bolling, Bradford, Clayton, Allerton, Wilsden, Hainworth, Horton, and Denholme. He thus left the bulk of is property to his daughter Rosemund, wife of Sir Richard Tempest, although he had a son, Edward, by his second wife, who suceeded him in the Chellow estates, which comprised the manor of Chellow, and a substantial residence.

    end of biography

    Birth:
    Images of Bolling Hall: https://www.google.com/search?q=Bolling+Hall+bradford+pictures&rlz=1C1KMZB_enUS591US591&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjM2IWp06XZAhWCtVMKHUhJBQ4Q7AkIQA&biw=1440&bih=809

    Tristram married Beatrice Calverley ~ 1446, (Yorkshire) England. Beatrice (daughter of Walter Calverley, III and Elizabeth Markenfield) was born ~ 1427, Calverley, Yorkshire, England; died Bolling Hall, Bradford, England. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Edward Bolling was born ~ 1505, Chellow, Yorkshire, England; died 0___ 1592, Chellow, Yorkshire, England.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Robert Bolling was born ~ 1396, Bradford, England (son of Robert de Bolling and Margaret Thornoe); died 23 Oct 1457, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Notes:

    See images & history of Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolling_Hall,_Bradford

    end of message

    More photos and information on Bolling Hall ... http://www.bradfordmuseums.org/venues/bollinghall/index.php

    Birth:
    Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is currently used as a museum and education centre. The building is about a mile from the centre of Bradford. Its surroundings are suburban in character.

    Before the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a small town and difficult to defend as it lay in a basin. However, Bolling Hall occupies a commanding position on a hillside. The earliest part of this building, dating from the 14th century, has been interpreted as a pele tower, although Bradford is somewhat outside the typical geographical area for these defensive structures.

    The Manor of Bolling (Bollinc) is first mentioned in Domesday Book and was at that time in the possession of a man named Sindi. The manor then came under the control of Ilbert de Lacy. By 1316 the manor was owned by William Bolling, and Bollings owned the estate until the late 15th century when control went to the Tempests who held the estate until 1649. The estate changed hands several times thereafter until eventually it was let to several tenants until being presented to Bradford Corporation in 1912. It was opened as a museum three years later.

    During the second siege of Bradford in 1643, during the English Civil War, the house was a Royalist base. On this occasion the Royalists took the town, which had strong Parliamentarian sympathies, and it was thought that the victors would put the inhabitants to the sword. There is a legend that a ghost appeared in the bedroom where the Royalist commander Earl of Newcastle was staying to tell him to "Pity poor Bradford". There is usually material on display relating to the English Civil War including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century parts of the house were modernised by the architect John Carr, following a fire.

    http://bit.ly/YaH18A

    Robert married Isabel Thornton Bradford, England. Isabel was born 0___ 1468, (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Isabel Thornton was born 0___ 1468, (Bradford) England.

    Notes:

    FamilySearch.com | Ancestral File reports her birthyear as <1468>. Does'nt seem likely that this date or marriage is correct as her son, Tristram, is born <1427>. This is the problem with the LDS website - they report any information without submitter's name or any other source information...DAH

    Children:
    1. 1. Tristram Bolling was born ~ 1427, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England; died 30 May 1502, Chellow, Yorkshire, England.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Robert de Bolling was born 0___ 1370, Bradford, England (son of John de Bolling and Grace Papeley); died 1422-1431, (Bradford) England.

    Notes:

    Generation No. 147

    Robert De Bolling (III) [147] John De Bolling (IV) (=Grace Papeley) [146] Robert De Bolling (II (=Elizabeth De Thornton) [145] John De Bolling (III) (=Alice) [144] William De Bolling (IV) [143] John De Bolling (II) [142] Robert D. Bolling [141] William De Bolling (III) [140] William De Bolling (II) [139] William De Bolling [138] John De Bolling [137] Tristam De Bolling [136] William De Boulogne [135] Eustace II De Boulogne (=Mary of Scotland) [134] Mathilda Van Leuven (=Eustache I, Count of Boulogne)[133] Gerberga of Lower Lorraine [132] Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine [131] King Louis IV of France (=Gerberga of Saxony) [130] Charles III, the Simple (=Eadgifu of England) [129] Louis II, the Stammerer (=Adelaide of Paris) [128] Charles II, the Bald (=Ermentrude) [127] Louis I, the Pious (=Judith of Bavaria) [126] Charlemagne the Great (=Hildegard) [1-125]

    Robert De Bolling (III) was born 1370 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1423 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Married Margaret Thornoe. She was born 1374 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1396 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Children: Robert Bolling (IV)... albeit without the "De"

    Birth:
    Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is currently used as a museum and education centre. The building is about a mile from the centre of Bradford. Its surroundings are suburban in character.

    Before the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a small town and difficult to defend as it lay in a basin. However, Bolling Hall occupies a commanding position on a hillside. The earliest part of this building, dating from the 14th century, has been interpreted as a pele tower, although Bradford is somewhat outside the typical geographical area for these defensive structures.

    The Manor of Bolling (Bollinc) is first mentioned in Domesday Book and was at that time in the possession of a man named Sindi. The manor then came under the control of Ilbert de Lacy. By 1316 the manor was owned by William Bolling, and Bollings owned the estate until the late 15th century when control went to the Tempests who held the estate until 1649. The estate changed hands several times thereafter until eventually it was let to several tenants until being presented to Bradford Corporation in 1912. It was opened as a museum three years later.

    During the second siege of Bradford in 1643, during the English Civil War, the house was a Royalist base. On this occasion the Royalists took the town, which had strong Parliamentarian sympathies, and it was thought that the victors would put the inhabitants to the sword. There is a legend that a ghost appeared in the bedroom where the Royalist commander Earl of Newcastle was staying to tell him to "Pity poor Bradford". There is usually material on display relating to the English Civil War including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century parts of the house were modernised by the architect John Carr, following a fire.

    http://bit.ly/YaH18A

    Robert married Margaret Thornoe (Bradford) England. Margaret (daughter of Thomas Thornoe and unnamed spouse) was born 0___ 1374, (Bradford) England; died 1423, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Margaret Thornoe was born 0___ 1374, (Bradford) England (daughter of Thomas Thornoe and unnamed spouse); died 1423, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 2. Robert Bolling was born ~ 1396, Bradford, England; died 23 Oct 1457, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  John de Bolling was born 0___ 1340, Bradford, England (son of Robert de Bolling and Elizabeth de Thornton); died 0___ 1408, (Bradford) England.

    Notes:

    Generation No. 146

    John De Bolling (IV) [146] Robert De Bolling (II (=Elizabeth De Thornton) [145] John De Bolling (III) (=Alice) [144] William De Bolling (IV) [143] John De Bolling (II) [142] Robert D. Bolling [141] William De Bolling (III) [140] William De Bolling (II) [139] William De Bolling [138] John De Bolling [137] Tristam De Bolling [136] William De Boulogne [135] Eustace II De Boulogne (=Mary of Scotland) [134] Mathilda Van Leuven (=Eustache I, Count of Boulogne)[133] Gerberga of Lower Lorraine [132] Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine [131] King Louis IV of France (=Gerberga of Saxony) [130] Charles III, the Simple (=Eadgifu of England) [129] Louis II, the Stammerer (=Adelaide of Paris) [128] Charles II, the Bald (=Ermentrude) [127] Louis I, the Pious (=Judith of Bavaria) [126] Charlemagne the Great (=Hildegard) [1-125]

    John De Bolling (IV) was born 1340 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1408 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Married Grace Papeley about 1357 in England. She was born 1344 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1370 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Children: Robert De Bolling (III)

    Birth:
    Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is currently used as a museum and education centre. The building is about a mile from the centre of Bradford. Its surroundings are suburban in character.

    Before the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a small town and difficult to defend as it lay in a basin. However, Bolling Hall occupies a commanding position on a hillside. The earliest part of this building, dating from the 14th century, has been interpreted as a pele tower, although Bradford is somewhat outside the typical geographical area for these defensive structures.

    The Manor of Bolling (Bollinc) is first mentioned in Domesday Book and was at that time in the possession of a man named Sindi. The manor then came under the control of Ilbert de Lacy. By 1316 the manor was owned by William Bolling, and Bollings owned the estate until the late 15th century when control went to the Tempests who held the estate until 1649. The estate changed hands several times thereafter until eventually it was let to several tenants until being presented to Bradford Corporation in 1912. It was opened as a museum three years later.

    During the second siege of Bradford in 1643, during the English Civil War, the house was a Royalist base. On this occasion the Royalists took the town, which had strong Parliamentarian sympathies, and it was thought that the victors would put the inhabitants to the sword. There is a legend that a ghost appeared in the bedroom where the Royalist commander Earl of Newcastle was staying to tell him to "Pity poor Bradford". There is usually material on display relating to the English Civil War including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century parts of the house were modernised by the architect John Carr, following a fire.

    http://bit.ly/YaH18A

    John married Grace Papeley ~1357, (Bradford) England. Grace (daughter of William Popeley and unnamed spouse) was born 0___ 1344, Bradford, England; died 1370, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Grace Papeley was born 0___ 1344, Bradford, England (daughter of William Popeley and unnamed spouse); died 1370, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 4. Robert de Bolling was born 0___ 1370, Bradford, England; died 1422-1431, (Bradford) England.

  3. 10.  Thomas Thornoe was born 0___ 1344, (Bradford) England; died (Bradford) England.

    Thomas married unnamed spouse (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 5. Margaret Thornoe was born 0___ 1374, (Bradford) England; died 1423, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.


Generation: 5

  1. 16.  Robert de Bolling was born 0___ 1310, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England (son of John de Bolling and Alice LNU); died 0___ 1370, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Notes:

    Generation No. 145

    Robert De Bolling (II) [145] John De Bolling (III) (=Alice) [140] William De Bolling (II) [139] William De Bolling [138] John De Bolling [137] Tristam De Bolling [136] William De Boulogne [135] Eustace II De Boulogne (=Mary of Scotland) [134] Mathilda Van Leuven (=Eustache I, Count of Boulogne)[133] Gerberga of Lower Lorraine [132] Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine [131] King Louis IV of France (=Gerberga of Saxony) [130] Charles III, the Simple (=Eadgifu of England) [129] Louis II, the Stammerer (=Adelaide of Paris) [128] Charles II, the Bald (=Ermentrude) [127] Louis I, the Pious (=Judith of Bavaria) [126] Charlemagne the Great (=Hildegard) [1-125]

    Robert De Bolling (II) was born 1310 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1370 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Married Elizabeth De Thornton 1337 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. She was born 1314 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died Abt. 1360 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Children: John De Bolling (IV)

    Birth:
    Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is currently used as a museum and education centre. The building is about a mile from the centre of Bradford. Its surroundings are suburban in character.

    Before the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a small town and difficult to defend as it lay in a basin. However, Bolling Hall occupies a commanding position on a hillside. The earliest part of this building, dating from the 14th century, has been interpreted as a pele tower, although Bradford is somewhat outside the typical geographical area for these defensive structures.

    The Manor of Bolling (Bollinc) is first mentioned in Domesday Book and was at that time in the possession of a man named Sindi. The manor then came under the control of Ilbert de Lacy. By 1316 the manor was owned by William Bolling, and Bollings owned the estate until the late 15th century when control went to the Tempests who held the estate until 1649. The estate changed hands several times thereafter until eventually it was let to several tenants until being presented to Bradford Corporation in 1912. It was opened as a museum three years later.

    During the second siege of Bradford in 1643, during the English Civil War, the house was a Royalist base. On this occasion the Royalists took the town, which had strong Parliamentarian sympathies, and it was thought that the victors would put the inhabitants to the sword. There is a legend that a ghost appeared in the bedroom where the Royalist commander Earl of Newcastle was staying to tell him to "Pity poor Bradford". There is usually material on display relating to the English Civil War including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century parts of the house were modernised by the architect John Carr, following a fire.

    http://bit.ly/YaH18A

    Robert married Elizabeth de Thornton 0___ 1337, (Bradford) England. Elizabeth (daughter of Roger de Thornton and unnamed spouse) was born 1314, Bradford, England; died ~1360, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 17.  Elizabeth de Thornton was born 1314, Bradford, England (daughter of Roger de Thornton and unnamed spouse); died ~1360, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 8. John de Bolling was born 0___ 1340, Bradford, England; died 0___ 1408, (Bradford) England.

  3. 18.  William Popeley was born 0___ 1314, (Bradford) England; died UNKNOWN, (Bradford) England.

    William married unnamed spouse (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 19.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 9. Grace Papeley was born 0___ 1344, Bradford, England; died 1370, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.


Generation: 6

  1. 32.  John de Bolling was born ~1284, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England (son of William de Bolling and unnamed spouse); died 1330, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Notes:

    Generation No. 144

    John De Bolling (III) [144] William De Bolling (IV) [143] John De Bolling (II) [142] Robert D. Bolling [141] William De Bolling (III) [140] William De Bolling (II) [139] William De Bolling [138] John De Bolling [137] Tristam De Bolling [136] William De Boulogne [135] Eustace II De Boulogne (=Mary of Scotland) [134] Mathilda Van Leuven (=Eustache I, Count of Boulogne)[133] Gerberga of Lower Lorraine [132] Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine [131] King Louis IV of France (=Gerberga of Saxony) [130] Charles III, the Simple (=Eadgifu of England) [129] Louis II, the Stammerer (=Adelaide of Paris) [128] Charles II, the Bald (=Ermentrude) [127] Louis I, the Pious (=Judith of Bavaria) [126] Charlemagne the Great (=Hildegard) [1-125]

    John De Bolling (III) was born 1284 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1330 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Married Alice

    Children Robert De Bolling (II)

    Birth:
    Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is currently used as a museum and education centre. The building is about a mile from the centre of Bradford. Its surroundings are suburban in character.

    Before the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a small town and difficult to defend as it lay in a basin. However, Bolling Hall occupies a commanding position on a hillside. The earliest part of this building, dating from the 14th century, has been interpreted as a pele tower, although Bradford is somewhat outside the typical geographical area for these defensive structures.

    The Manor of Bolling (Bollinc) is first mentioned in Domesday Book and was at that time in the possession of a man named Sindi. The manor then came under the control of Ilbert de Lacy. By 1316 the manor was owned by William Bolling, and Bollings owned the estate until the late 15th century when control went to the Tempests who held the estate until 1649. The estate changed hands several times thereafter until eventually it was let to several tenants until being presented to Bradford Corporation in 1912. It was opened as a museum three years later.

    During the second siege of Bradford in 1643, during the English Civil War, the house was a Royalist base. On this occasion the Royalists took the town, which had strong Parliamentarian sympathies, and it was thought that the victors would put the inhabitants to the sword. There is a legend that a ghost appeared in the bedroom where the Royalist commander Earl of Newcastle was staying to tell him to "Pity poor Bradford". There is usually material on display relating to the English Civil War including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century parts of the house were modernised by the architect John Carr, following a fire.

    http://bit.ly/YaH18A

    John married Alice LNU (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 33.  Alice LNU
    Children:
    1. 16. Robert de Bolling was born 0___ 1310, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England; died 0___ 1370, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

  3. 34.  Roger de Thornton was born 0___ 1284, Bradford, England; died UNKNOWN, (Bradford) England.

    Roger married unnamed spouse (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 35.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 17. Elizabeth de Thornton was born 1314, Bradford, England; died ~1360, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.


Generation: 7

  1. 64.  William de Bolling was born 1258, (Bradford) England (son of John de Bolling and unnamed spouse); died 1316, (Bradford) England.

    Notes:

    Generation No. 143

    William De Bolling (IV) [143] John De Bolling (II) [142] Robert D. Bolling [141] William De Bolling (III) [140] William De Bolling (II) [139] William De Bolling [138] John De Bolling [137] Tristam De Bolling [136] William De Boulogne [135] Eustace II De Boulogne (=Mary of Scotland) [134] Mathilda Van Leuven (=Eustache I, Count of Boulogne)[133] Gerberga of Lower Lorraine [132] Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine [131] King Louis IV of France (=Gerberga of Saxony) [130] Charles III, the Simple (=Eadgifu of England) [129] Louis II, the Stammerer (=Adelaide of Paris) [128] Charles II, the Bald (=Ermentrude) [127] Louis I, the Pious (=Judith of Bavaria) [126] Charlemagne the Great (=Hildegard) [1-125]

    William De Bolling (IV) was born 1258 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1316 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

    Children: John De Bolling (III)

    Birth:
    Bolling Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is currently used as a museum and education centre. The building is about a mile from the centre of Bradford. Its surroundings are suburban in character.

    Before the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a small town and difficult to defend as it lay in a basin. However, Bolling Hall occupies a commanding position on a hillside. The earliest part of this building, dating from the 14th century, has been interpreted as a pele tower, although Bradford is somewhat outside the typical geographical area for these defensive structures.

    The Manor of Bolling (Bollinc) is first mentioned in Domesday Book and was at that time in the possession of a man named Sindi. The manor then came under the control of Ilbert de Lacy. By 1316 the manor was owned by William Bolling, and Bollings owned the estate until the late 15th century when control went to the Tempests who held the estate until 1649. The estate changed hands several times thereafter until eventually it was let to several tenants until being presented to Bradford Corporation in 1912. It was opened as a museum three years later.

    During the second siege of Bradford in 1643, during the English Civil War, the house was a Royalist base. On this occasion the Royalists took the town, which had strong Parliamentarian sympathies, and it was thought that the victors would put the inhabitants to the sword. There is a legend that a ghost appeared in the bedroom where the Royalist commander Earl of Newcastle was staying to tell him to "Pity poor Bradford". There is usually material on display relating to the English Civil War including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century parts of the house were modernised by the architect John Carr, following a fire.

    http://bit.ly/YaH18A

    William married unnamed spouse (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 65.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 32. John de Bolling was born ~1284, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England; died 1330, Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.


Generation: 8

  1. 128.  John de Bolling was born ~1232, (Bradford) England (son of Robert de Bolling and unnamed spouse); died 1323, (Bradford) England.

    Notes:

    Generation No. 142

    John De Bolling (II) [142] Robert D. Bolling [141] William De Bolling (III) [140] William De Bolling (II) [139] William De Bolling [138] John De Bolling [137] Tristam De Bolling [136] William De Boulogne [135] Eustace II De Boulogne (=Mary of Scotland) [134] Mathilda Van Leuven (=Eustache I, Count of Boulogne)[133] Gerberga of Lower Lorraine [132] Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine [131] King Louis IV of France (=Gerberga of Saxony) [130] Charles III, the Simple (=Eadgifu of England) [129] Louis II, the Stammerer (=Adelaide of Paris) [128] Charles II, the Bald (=Ermentrude) [127] Louis I, the Pious (=Judith of Bavaria) [126] Charlemagne the Great (=Hildegard) [1-125]

    John De Bolling (II) was born 1232 in Bolling Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and died 1323 in Yorkshire, England.

    Children: William De Bolling (IV)

    John married unnamed spouse (Bradford) England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 129.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 64. William de Bolling was born 1258, (Bradford) England; died 1316, (Bradford) England.