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Re: James Doolin, who was his 1st & 2ed wife?
Posted by: Dianna Privette (ID *****5151) Date: October 07, 2012 at 14:22:49
In Reply to: Re: James Doolin, who was his 1st & 2ed wife? by Roxanne Dulin of 502

Perhaps you should look at this data from my merge. Robert Dulin Stewarts book is a bunch wrong. (I HAVE A COPY OF HER BOOK) I spent yrs hunting down her WILL. Which I have a copy of, 60 PGS... But it doesn't mention what happened to the materials from which she did her book. MANY OF THE REF DOCUMENTS ARE MISSING FROM THE PULASKI COUNTY COURT HOUSE!! SOMEONE TOOK THEM!!!! Plus all those people mentioned in her Will are also dead. So finding the materials for her book are right now; dead... Note the data from my files on JAMES DOOLIN/DULIN OF PULASKI CO., KY. The LADY NANCY ELGIN EVERYONE LISTS AS HIS WIFE; I have her marriage record. Where she married and EDWIN DULIN, not Edward/Edmund.. There is no record of her marrying James Dulin/Doolin. I have A COPY OF HIS ORIGINAL WILL. He does sign his name DULIN even though it is spelled all sorts of ways. I have a file of about 40 pgs on this line of Doolin/Dulin and I alot of other data not entered. One of his descendants manages the Dulin familytree dna program. Emily Aulicano. She is also my cousin. I am directly descended from Parneta Doolin Garner, 2ed wife of Vincent Garner SR. He was out of North Carolina. But he came with his first wife. Rebecca Bryan Howard. To Kentucky. We donot know who PARNETAS parents were. Maybe James Doolin Sr or his son Thomas Doolin who married Elizabeth Eoff Knox. I have posted all those refs under Knox,Eoff and I think Dulin on geneforum. NOTE BELOW THE DATA I AM WILL TO POST. As I am in the process of doing a book. So will not give up my whole file.
1774/5 Doolin, James [Co., Botetourt; Company Commander: Capt. John Lewis See 1775 UNDER DOOLING, JAMES] Dunmore's War; Pg 151Public Service Claims, 1775; Record Page Image , also under Dullen, James 1774/5. This is the spelling for Greenbrier Recds. 1781/2. Also under Dulin, James Dunmore's War, pg 408 [A list of Capt John Lewis Company of Vol from Botetourt Sept 10, 1774.


Dunmore's War (or Lord Dunmore's War) was a war in 1774 between the Colony of Virginia and the Shawnee and Mingo American Indian nations. Captain John Lewis' Company of Volunteers, Botetourt Co., VA ; James Doolin [Dulin]. pg 151 also is under DULLEN,JAMES. on line. Recorded pg 180.

---------------->>>>>this lists them all together. Gives age for James.

Slaveholders and Slaves 1758-1786, by Margaret Lail Hopkins GPC

s = Shelburne Parish 1772* and c = Cameron Parish 1784*

pg 22 top left on page; Dulin (Dooling,Douling,Dulen,Duling)

Atwell 85c

Daniel 73c-77c, age? no birth yr ever found, as of 2011.

Edward 65,75s, 79s

James 73s-75s just 18yrs. Born 1754

Thaddeus 73c-77c, 79c, 81c-82c, 84c-86c

William 78s-79s, 82s-83s


1774 Lord Dunmore's War; The Soldiery of West Virginia in : by Virgil A. Lewis, M. A, his source, Thwaites & Kellogg's "Documentary History of Lord Dunmore's War, p. 408", Listed is James Dulin, Capts John Lewis' Company of Vol Botetourte Co., VA

pg 32-33, A list of Captian John Lewis Company of Volunteers in the Botetourt County Regiment. Privet, James Dullen, under pg 180, see his military record. Record Page Image ;ALSO UNDER DOOLIN, JAMES pg 151


He was a signee on a Petition of 1780, June 8 @; with Daniel Boone in Grants Station Ky Co., VA <Jams. Dulan> REF: Certificate Book, VA Land Commission 1779-1780. By Ky Hist. Soc. 1780, June 8] Letter of John Grant at Grant's Station, pg 338.


1782: Ref: Greenbrier Co., VA, now WV Records: by Larry G. Shuck, Vol I: Early Court Minutes, pg 111.

June, 20, 1782; Ration allowances: Jas. Dullen among all the names listed.

Pg 124, Ref: Petitions of the Early Inhabitants of Kentucy. 1789 #60 Index lists James Dulan/Dulen/Duling as having signed said petition. He is also listed as having signed # 24,27,65,66.


1781-1782: Dulin, James & also Dullen, James: Ref: Hennings Statutes of VA. this is the index. 2ed Ref: Greenbrier Co., WV Court Orders 1780-1850, by Helen S. Stinson, Dewey Nr. 929.3754

pg. 3: 18 April, 1781; Matthew Kissinger vs James Dulin in dept;-)

pg. 11: Court of Thursday 20 June, 1782; James Dullen same for same <?> sic.Since NANCY DULIN/DOOLIN was born in 1781. It appears to me that she is the daughter of James and unk. Born in the Greenbrier, VA. Did she marry 1st her Uncle Daniel. Unk. But don't think so. NADA PENDERGAST's bible has never been produced for examination. Her son in Idaho is supposed to have it. I contacted him maybe 10yrs ago. He was supposed to send copys. 19 Oct, 2011, I am still waiting. DULLAN, James. see 1770-1771. There could have been more children born there, or Nancy could have been the only one to survive.


Deposition of James Doolen: taken Aug 10, 1790, before Jame Trotter and Charles Morgan* in Fayette Co.,: John BOOFMAN came to this country in the yr 1775: and then told this deponent <James Doolen>that he wanted him to come out with him and that he could get land as he did, for carrying the chain for John May, likewise, when he returned he told this deponent he had got some land from John May for carrying the chain on a creek I called after my own name. From pg 617; Fayette Co., Court recds.


1775-1783, Ref: Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution, Soldiers -Sailors-Marines; by John H. Gwathmey. There is a Key in front of book for code after names. CL= The 15 VA Regiments of the Continental Line.

pg 232, Doolin,* James IP = The Illinois Papers.

pg 239, Dulin, * Daniel, 7CL, 11 and 15 CL, 7 CI as Dooling, 7 CL as Dulland


Dulin, James, Fayette Co., Ky, No Twp, Listed, Tx 1788

Dulin, James, " 1787


1790; Dooline, James Fayette Co., Ky No TWP


Ref: The Kentucky Gazette, by Karen Mauer Green

1. Duling, James, pg 79, Vol VI, Number XLIX, 24 Aug, 1793:

A list of letters at the Post Office in Danville [this lists is a long list of people and their location, among them is] "James Duling near Lexington.."


1793-1799 & 1807-1809. REF: Early Kentucky Landholders 1787-1811; by James F. Sutherland. This data is included because of the dates, places listed.

Pg.86, Dooling, James 03Jun1799, Lincoln Co., 1.08 125 ac Hanging Fk(water course)Doolen, James 20Jun1800, Lincoln Co., 2.08 125 ac Hanging Fk


1800;Tax Recds; no land or water course listed;Dulan, James;d. 1815; W/M21, 1ea; W/M16, 1ea, see Ref; Remember the Raisin, by Glen Clift.;no Shelton listed.

1800 AIS CENSUS REPORT Kentucky,PG 143, this appears to be the same people listed under different surname spellings. But more research to be positive.

Doolen, George, Lincoln Co., Ky No TWP Listed Tx1800

Doolen, James, Lincoln, Co., Ky "

Doolen, Thomas, Lincoln, Co., Ky "

Doolin, John, Logan Co., Ky "

Dooline, James, Fayette Co., Ky, No TWP Listed Tx 1790

Dooling, Cornelius, Fayette Co., Ky, NO TWP Listed Tx 1800

Dooling, Thaddeus, "

Dooling, William, "


1806 - 1836, Ref: The Kentucky Land Grants, by Willard Rouse Jillson, Sc. D. pg 301, Grants South of Green River

Book, pg Survey Date Co., Water Course

Doolin, James 200 ac, 10, 387 2-26-1806 Pulaski Flat Lick

1806 Doolin, James, 200 ac Stake in the Big Glade, Pulaski Co., Ky


1810; Census;col, 10-16-26-45-45+/no Sheltons listed

Doolin, James, Sr; 01301-00101


pg 51, Ref: Early Kentucky Householders, 1787-1811

Dooling, James 03 Jun 99 ; bk,pg 1.08, TM 1

Doolen, James 20 Jun, 00: bk,pg 2.08, TM 1


1812 - REF: Remember The Raisin: Kentucky and Kentuckians in the Battles and Massacre at Frenchtown, Michigan Territory, in the War of 1812: which actually last to 1816. They had one or two yrs with NO SUMMER due to volcanic action, else where. By G. Glenn Clift. pg 227. Roster of Troops. PULASKI CO., KY

Captain Henry James's Company (SPIES) 2nd Regiment, Kentucky Militia.

Dooling, Daniel Pvt

Dooling, James Pvt

Dooling, John Pvt Pow Jan 22 (1)

Dooling, Thomas Pvt


James (X) Dulin, senior Will written 3rd day March 1814.
Signed, sealed & delivered in the presents (sic) of
Abrm. Floyd senior, Thomas Dulin, Benjamin Dulin

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