1832 The will of William R. A. Boulware of Fairfield District, Fairfield County, was dated July 2. The will named: Ann (Slave); Barber, Elizabeth; Barber, John G.; Barkley, Hugh; Boulware, Benjamin; Boulware, Martha; Boulware, Muscoe; Boulware, Nancy; Boulware, Obadiah; Boulware, Reuben; Boulware, Reuben P.; Boulware, Thomas; Boulware, Thomas Boulware; Boulware, William; Boulware, William R. A.; Chloe (Slave); Dave (Slave); Durham, John W.; Fanny (Slave); George (Slave); Jacob (Slave); Jane (Slave); Joe (Slave); Knighton, Samuel; Lewis (Slave); Louisa (Slave); Martha (Slave); Mary (Slave); Mcdowell, David; Obey (Slave; Pickett, Elizabeth; Pickett, John; Pickett, Nancy; Pickett, Sarah; Rachel (Slave); Rains, Catherine; Rains, William G.; Silas (Slave); Vira (Slave); Willis (Slave). 
1832 Dr William R A Boulware was buried at the Boulware Walls cemetery in Fairfield County, South Carolina.  William R A Boulware died, as noted on the grave marker of his father, Musco Boulware, at Boulware Walls Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina. 
 South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Online abstract Ids have been changed. Search at first link and right-click image. Then Open Image in new tab to get the URL., Fairfield District South Carolina will L13-87; Estate Packet: File 40, Pkg. 629, [Search1], [Search2], [Search3].
 Ella Christie Melton, and Augusta Griggs Raines, History of Terrell County, Georgia (Roswell, Georgia: W. H. Wolfe Associates, 1980), 524, [GoogleBooks].
 Find A Grave Memorial 20364110, [FindAGrave].