Robert Hagedorn Bolling
Major, United States Army
ROBERT H. BOLLING DIES
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson’s Cousin to be Buried in Arlington Cemetery
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 18, 1927 – Dr. Robert Hagedorn Bolling, cousin of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and Chief Surgeon of the United States Lines, died in the Chestnut Hill Hospital this afternoon following an operation on Monday. He was in his sixtieth year.
A son of the late Dr. Robert Bolling, widely known physician, he had spent most of his life in Chestnut Hill, living for the last thirty-six years in the house built by his father.
Dr. Bolling was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and five years later from the university’s Medical School. He married Miss Julia Campbell Russell, daughter of Rear Admiral A. W. Russell of the United States Navy.
Both Dr. Bolling and his son, Captain Alexander
Russell Bolling, now an infantry Major in the regular army, served
in the World War, the former being stationed at Plattsburg, the Watervliet,
New York, Arsenal. Carlstrom Flying Field, Arcadia, Florida, and Camp Lee,
Virginia. In 1920 he was commissioned to do sanitary work in Nicaragua
and since then had been identified with the United States Lines.
Burial will be in the National Cemetery at Arlington.
BOLLING, JULIA C WIDO WOF ROBERT H
Posted: 11 January 2008