I found your discussion of the Dollins in the Revolutionary War interesting since one of my Middleton cousins found a link with the Dollins family of Northumberland Co., Virginia.The following information is from the book by Daniel Reid Long, Jr. called John Lewis "The Lost Pioneer"His Ancestors and Descendants (1670 - 1970) p. 107.
John Dollins Estate & Inventory appraised-Hannah (Middleton) Dollins, Administrator, 3/9/1761. Northumberland County VARecord Book #5 p. 397.
Court order to possess Hannah Dollins with Presley Dollins and Sarah Dollins-part of their father, John Dollins' Estate;also to possess George Harvey, guardian of John Dollins with his part of his father's estate, divided the Estate into 3 parts -Sum f206-11sh-3pc; another son, William is mentioned. 4/13/1761; also 3/9/1761. Northumberland County Virginia Record Book #5 pp. 428, 397.
I was wondering if these three sons of John Dollins and Hannah Middleton could be the Presley, John, and William that were mentioned in your posting for the Dollins in the Revolutionary War?
Hannah (Middleton), widow of this John Dollins married a John Wroe d. 1794 from Richmond Co. VA.John Wroe and Hannah (Middleton) Dollins had a daughter named Hannah Wroe that married our John Middleton in Westmoreland Co., VA on 29 Jan 1788. Source:Early Marriages of Westmoreland Co., VA.