That may mean something wrong--maybe not a Quaker or moved to different Quaker meeting--the curious part is that on the day they were married is the date they were dismissed.No connection but his parents, Mary was the wife on the census living with a son W. G. Stout.
My Lowther ancestor was dismissed when she married him in a Presbyterian church. That was the clue it may have been for that reason.
Noted in findagrave that the family graves were tred on by cattle and some moved to Christian Church graveyard.
Pure supposition with sources that appear to support it. Cannot find anything on a Mary Borling/Bolland only a Mary living with him and son on census. Perhaps William Bunch the profile manager knows where the Find A Grave info came from. or the findagrave creator
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Two of the daughters married Parks boy.--George Washington and Henry per will