This from Fran in MA:

Ann Cocke (Anne Mary Cocke) who m Robert 'Robin' Bolling (1682-1749), was the daughter of Richard Cocke, Jr b 12-10-1639 (but he was called the Elder for some reason) b 12-10-1639 and his wife Elizabeth; He was son of Richard Cocke, Sr b 9-5-1602 ENG d c 1665 Henrico Co., VA and his wife Temperance Bailey (sometimes seen as Bayly) born Bailey's/Bayly's Point, near Jamestown. Richard and Temperance lived @ Bremo (part of Curles Neck), Henrico Co., VA. Their Bremo homesite was later the site of The Battle of Malvern Hill

They had a son Thomas Cocke b 1638, older brother of Richard, Jr. They also had an even older brother William Cocke who was a Henrico Co. Burgess and married Jane Flowers. Flower Dew Hundred was named after her family and was where several of my own ancestors lived and died.