man Wood ,Major Bouldin‏‎, son of Thomas , Colonel Bouldin and Nancy Ann Wood Clark‏.
Born ‎ Jun 4, 1742 at Cecil Co.,Maryland, died ‎ Mar 13, 1800 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎, 57 years
Was a Major in the Revolution War. Biography : Colonial Families of the Southern States of America Bouldin Family page 81 Major Wood Bouldin, St., (3--1), D. 1800, of Charlotte Co., Virginia was a prominent, influential citizen, a liberal supporter of the Episcopal Church, served with distinction as Lieutenant in the Revolutionary war. Married Joanna Tyler, b. 1752 ; died 1845; daughter of Hon. John Tyler, who served as Marshall of the Colony of Virginia, and his wife, Ann Contesse; She was a sister of Hon. John Tyler, II Governor of virginia, and Aunt of Hon. John Tyler, III., tenth President of the United States. Issue: Mary ,Francenea Cox, Rachel Contesse, Martha, Lewis C.

Cited for gallantry on the fields of Brandywine and Germantown.

By marriage the uncle of the tenth President of the United States, John Tyler.

Married ‎ Apr 2, 1777 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia (22 years married) to:

woman Joanna Tyler‏‎
Born ‎ 1752, died ‎ Jan 15, 1845 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎, 92 or 93 years
Aunt to President John Tyler.


woman Mattie D Bouldin‏‎
woman Anne Bouldin‏‎
woman Mary Bouldin‏‎
Born ‎ 1772 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎
woman Mary Francenea Cox Bouldin‏‎
Born ‎ 1774 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎
woman Rachel Contecce Bouldin‏‎
Born ‎ 1776 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎
woman Martha Lewis Bouldin‏‎
Born ‎ 1778 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎
man Lewis Contesse Bouldin‏‎
Born ‎ 1780 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎
man Thomas Tyler , Judge Bouldin‏
Born ‎ 1781 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia, died ‎ Feb 11, 1834 at Washington D. C. While addressing the House of Representatives‎, 52 or 53 years, buried ‎ at "Golden Hills",Charlotte Co. Virginia. Occupations: ‎ at Judge,Circuit Court; , ‎ at Lawyer,admitted to bar Dec.06,1802; , ‎ at Representative from Virginia to the House of Congress;
Elected to House of Representatives in 1834 as a Democrate To the 21,22,23, Congress.Serving from March 04. 1829 to February 11, 1834. He died while delivering before the house a eulogy upon his predecessor, John Randolph of Roanoke. He uttered the words, "But I cannot tell the reasons why his death was not announced, without telling what I told a friend I should say, in case__," and he fell to the floor dead. He was succeded in congress by his Brother James Wood Bouldin.

From the National Intelligencer, Friday, February 14, 1834
The Members of the two Houses of Congress assembled yesterday ony to unite in paying the last earthly to the remains of thier lat associate, the Hon. Thomas T. Bouldin, of Va. The funeral ceremonies of the Hall of Represenatives . Prayers were read, with due solemnity, by the Rev. Mr. Hatch, one of the Chaplins to Congress, and a very excellent discourse, suited to the occasion , was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Stockman and other Chaplain; after which , the two Houses , in procession, escorted the corpse to the Eastern Burial grounds. The Funeral Ceremonies were attended also by the President of the United States, The Judges of the Supreme Court, and the Heads of Departments. On no similar occasion has the morning been more general sincere than on this ; the peculiar circumstances of which, indeed, could not fail to make a deep impression on the minds of all men.
man James Wood Bouldin‏
Born ‎ 1792 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia, died ‎ Mar 30, 1854 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia‎, 61 or 62 years, buried ‎ at Forest Hill,Charlotte Co.,Virginia. Occupations: ‎ at Congressman,Representative from Virginia; , ‎ at Lawyer admitted to the Bar April,04,1813;
Elected to Congress. Lawyer, admitted to the bar in April 04, 1813. Elected as a Jackson Democrat to the 23rd Congress to succeed Thomas T. Bouldin. Was reelected to two succeeding terms. Was a first cousin to President John Tyler, president of the United States 1841-1845.