Depends on required more information. Is this your robert:
Thomas Rolfe's wife is said (though there is no proof of the correct-
ness of the statement) to have been a Miss Poythress, and he had an only
child, Jane, who married in 1675 Col. Robert Boiling and died in 1676.
Among the James City records (now destroyed) was the following deed,
communicated to the "Southern Literary Messenger" by the once well-
known Virginia antiquary, Richard Randolph: "This Indenture made
1st October 1698 between John Boiling of the County of Henrico and
parish of Varina, Gent, son and heir of Jane late wife of Robert Boiling,
of Charles City County, Gent, which Jane was the only child of Thomas
Rolfe, dec'd, conveying to William Brown, of the parish of Wilmington,
in the County of James City, one thousand acres of land commonly called
the Fort on Chickahonimy River, as per patent granted to Thomas
Rolfe (this was Fort Chickahominy granted him in 1646).