VA-SA35 Bolling Hall

Marker text: BOLLING HALL

Bolling Hall, to the south, was built in the late 18th Century for William Bolling on land patented by his grandfather in 1714. Col. Bolling served as county justice, militia officer, and legislator, and founded a pioneer school there for the education of deaf children. Remodeled extensively in the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries, Bolling Hall retains its elegant woodwork, its rural setting on the James River, and its historicl function as a farm.

Department of Historic Resources, 1991

Today in Marker History


View more information