Arthur Bobbitt served as a Lieutenant in the war of 1812 He and his cousin, James Bobbitt, son of William Bobbitt, moved to Madison County, Tennessee. Both men were entitled to bounty land as a result of their service in the war of 1812. Arthur Bobbitt married Mary Smelley in 1809 in Warren County. The children of Arthur and Mary Bobbitt were: Mariah Frances Bobbitt, James Arthur Bobbitt, John R. Bobbitt, Eliza Bobbitt, and Willis S. Bobbitt.
Stephen Bobbitt Junior, married Elizabeth Bradley in 1814 in Warren County. Stephen moved to Williamson County, Tennessee about 1822. Stephen Bobbitt died in 1831 in Williamson County.
Drury Bobbitt married Sarah Bradley in 1818 and left in 1820 to join his brother, Stephen, in Williamson County, Tennessee. Descendants of Drury may be found in Weakley County, Tennessee.
John R. Bobbitt inherited the Stephen Bobbitt home. He was the youngest son, and one of the executors of the estate. John married in 1818 a daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Robertson, who was named Elizabeth Robertson. The wife of John R. Bobbitt died during the birth of their son, Stephen E. Bobbitt, in 1829. John went to live with his brother Arthur in Madison County, Tennessee for a period of time. He is believed to have died before 1860 in Warren County, North Carolina.
Seley Bobbitt married Thomas Montford against her father's judgement and went to live in Greene County, Alabama. Seley and Thomas had several children. Seley died in Alabama in 1831.
Mary Bobbitt married Zackariah Shearin and reared a large family. Mary was left a widow, and went to live in the Stephen Bobbitt home place, where she reared her nephew, Stephen E. Bobbitt. Stephen E. Bobbitt married his first cousin, Ophelia Shearin, daughter of Mary and Zackariah Shearin.
Amy Bobbitt married a Peppins, and apparently left for the state of Alabama soon after her marriage. The Peppins family is not recorded in North Carolina, and descendants do not know what happened to Amy and her family.
Stephen Bobbitt Senior did not mention his wife in his will of 1823. She is presumed to have died in 1818 and before the 1820 census was taken.