From census records, deeds, and marriage records, we have the following marriages for the children.
Charles Bobbitt m. Sarah DeFries 1825 Virginia
Martin Bobbitt m. Elizabeth Lee 1829 Kentucky
George Bobbitt m. Sarah Littlejohn 1844 South Carolina
William Bobbitt m. Nancy Bobbitt 1837 Kentucky
John Bobbitt m. Amanda (Bobbitt?) 1841 Virginia
James Bobbitt m. Margaret Bobbitt 1841 Kentucky
Charles Bobbitt raised a very large family of mostly sons, and lived his entire life in Grayson-Carroll Counties. George Bobbitt lived for a time in South Carolina after he was married. George returned to Grayson County where he and his wife Sarah raised their family. Sarah died in 1861 and George died in 1892.
William Bobbitt moved to Pulaski County, Kentucky where he married Nancy Bobbitt. William died in Kentucky in 1856.
Martin Bobbitt went first to Kentucky where we believe that he married into the Lee family. He later moved with the Bobbitt family to Missouri and later settled in Lawrence County.
John Bobbitt married Amanda (Bobbitt?). There is no record of their marriage that we can find. John and Amanda had several children, many of whom died shortly after birth. John and Amanda lived their entire lives in Grayson County Virginia. Apparently both died between 1870 and 1880.
James Bobbitt went first to Kentucky where he married Margaret Bobbitt, a daughter of Randolph and Rachel Bobbitt. He moved later to Howard County, Missouri and eventually settled in Linn County, Missouri. James was killed in the war between the states while serving as a Confederate soldier.
Nancy Nuckolls Bobbitt died in February of 1852 in Grayson County, Virginia. She is believed to have been buried beside her husband in the Nuckolls family cemetery which is now located in Carroll County. After the death of Nancy Bobbitt the Grayson County Court appointed Goodman Anderson, John Weaver and Umetree Jones to appraise her estate. At the sale were three of her sons, John, Charles and George Bobbitt. Also attending were her grandsons Alexander, and Calvin Bobbitt.