My grandfather, Edward Yonge Wootten's (not Woollen) home, 11 S. Market St., Wilmington, N.C., next to old St. James Episcopal Church; was across the street from his distant (via Bradley family) kinsman's, the still standing Swift Boatright home, behind the Colonial Dames, Lord Corwalis House (the Wright family of that house, Bradley kin too).
I descend Lt. Levin (Leavan) Woollen, Sr., of the "New Market Blues", "three months in U.S. service", who patrolled from his home on Taylor's Island, Dorchester Co., Md., to New Market. By Lt. Woollen's first wife Priscilla's son, John D. Woollen of Rockingham Co., N.C., who wed Rebecca Heath.
I have both Keith Woolen and Ed Woollen's books. In Ed's book, is indexed Levina (of Joshua) Woollen,and Levina Caroline Woollen. Elizabeth (1808) Woollen,and Elizabeth Ann Woollen, are also indexed. No Boatrights. John Samuel Woollen, John S. (of Edward 1762) Woollen,and John S. (of Harry Watson) Woollen are also indexed. Which one would you like me to check? I think Lt. Levin Woollen, Sr., is a DAR lineage? I'm SAR.
James A Miller Jr, 4978 N Hampton Dr, Southport, NC 28461
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