Cochran and Shroyer Families

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Oree Hazel1

F, #4651, b. 27 August 1915, d. 2 September 2002

Biography

Oree Hazel was born on 27 August 1915 in Willis, Texas.1 She and John Allen Bozman, Jr., were married about 1947.1 Oree Hazel died on 2 September 2002, at age 87.1
Last Edited22 December 2009

Citations

  1. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Oree Hazel Bozman

Joseph Bonner1

M, #4657, b. 1752, d. November 1828

Family:

DaughterRuth Bonner
SonJohn Bonner
SonCasper Bonner
DaughterMargaret Bonner
SonHenry Bonner
SonJoseph Bonner (b. 7 October 1778, d. 16 October 1844)
DaughterCatherine Bonner (b. 26 December 1778, d. 1 May 1856)
DaughterMary Bonner+ (b. 24 January 1782, d. 21 January 1867)
DaughterElizabeth Bonner (b. about 1784, d. 26 December 1873)
Will Bunner, Joseph

Biography

Joseph Bonner was born in 1752 in Pennsylvania.1 He was married. He died in November 1828, at age ~76.1
Joseph served as a private in Colonel Butler's Ninth Pennsylvania Regiment in Captain Nelson's, Captain Grant's and Captain Davis's companies. His enlisted date is not known, but years of service included between 1777 and 1778: Joseph was in the battle of Brandywine on 11 September 1777:2 Joseph was in the battle of Georgetown on 4 October 1777:2 Joseph was head of household on the 1820 US Census taken in Monongalia County, Virginia.3 He had an estate probated in November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.4 He signed a will on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.4
Last Edited7 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394
  2. [S666] Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files: Revolutionary War pensions, Pension file, Bonner, Joseph, www.footnote.com, Film: M881
  3. [S657] 1820 Census VA Monongalia, U.S. Census, Monongalia County, Virginia, roll 142, micropublication M33, Eastern Division, p. 63, Joseph Bunner household
  4. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42

Catherine Bonner1

F, #4658, b. 26 December 1778, d. 1 May 1856

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Catherine Bonner was born on 26 December 1778.2 She and Jacob Swisher were married in 1801 in Berkeley County, Virginia.3,4 Catherine Bonner died on 1 May 1856, at age 77.2 She was buried in Swisher Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia.2
Catherine was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1
Last Edited31 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42
  2. [S656] Marion County, West Virginia GenWeb: Swisher Cemetery, database, http://www.wvgenweb.org/marion/cemetery, Catherine Bunner Swisher
  3. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394, surname only for Catherine's husband
  4. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Jacob Swisher and Catherine Bonner, 13 ___ 1801 (next affidavit is 17 August), Berkeley County, p. 136

Jacob Swisher1

M, #4659

Biography

Jacob Swisher and Catherine Bonner were married in 1801 in Berkeley County, Virginia.2,1
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Jacob Swisher and Catherine Bonner, 13 ___ 1801 (next affidavit is 17 August), Berkeley County, p. 136
  2. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394, surname only for Catherine's husband

Elizabeth Bonner1

F, #4660, b. about 1784, d. 26 December 1873

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Elizabeth Bonner was born about 1784 in Virginia.2 She and Solomon Swisher were married on 9 November 1811 in Berkeley County, Virginia.3,4 Elizabeth Bonner died on 26 December 1873 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio.5
Elizabeth was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1 Solomon and Elizabeth appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 24 September 1850 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, with Catherine, Soomon, and Charlotte.2 Solomon and Elizabeth appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 16 June 1860 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, with Catherine.6 Solomon and Elizabeth appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 13 July 1870 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, with Catherine and George.7
Last Edited31 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42
  2. [S658] 1850 Census Ohio Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, population schedule, Film M432, Gratis Township, p. 337A, dwelling 1519, family 1526, Solomon Swisher household
  3. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394, surname only forElizabeth's husband
  4. [S457] 1930 U.S. census,Washington D.C., population schedule, Film T626, Solomon Swisher and Elizabeth Bonner, 9 November 1811, Berkley County, p. 14
  5. [S673] Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854 - 1997, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Elizabeth Swisher, 26 December 1873
  6. [S659] 1860 Census OH Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, population schedule, Film M653, Gratis Township, p. 206/sheet 36, dwelling 264, family 264, S. Swisher sen. household
  7. [S660] 1870 Census OH Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, Ohio, population schedule, Film M593, Gratis Township, p. 41B/sheet 32, dwelling 254, family 227, Solomon Swisher household

Solomon Swisher1,2

M, #4661, b. about 1784

Biography

Solomon Swisher was born about 1784 in Pennsylvania.3 He and Elizabeth Bonner were married on 9 November 1811 in Berkeley County, Virginia.1,2
He was a farmer in 1850.3 Solomon and Elizabeth appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 24 September 1850 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, with Catherine, Soomon, and Charlotte.3 He was a farmer in 1860.4 Solomon and Elizabeth appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 16 June 1860 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, with Catherine.4 He was a farmer in 1870.5 Solomon and Elizabeth appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 13 July 1870 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, with Catherine and George.5 Solomon appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 12 June 1880 in Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio, recorded as grandfather, in the household of John B. and Mary C. Roberts, recorded as grandfather, in the household of John B. and Mary C. Roberts6
Last Edited13 May 2015

Citations

  1. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394, surname only forElizabeth's husband
  2. [S457] 1930 U.S. census,Washington D.C., population schedule, Film T626, Solomon Swisher and Elizabeth Bonner, 9 November 1811, Berkley County, p. 14
  3. [S658] 1850 Census Ohio Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, population schedule, Film M432, Gratis Township, p. 337A, dwelling 1519, family 1526, Solomon Swisher household
  4. [S659] 1860 Census OH Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, population schedule, Film M653, Gratis Township, p. 206/sheet 36, dwelling 264, family 264, S. Swisher sen. household
  5. [S660] 1870 Census OH Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, Ohio, population schedule, Film M593, Gratis Township, p. 41B/sheet 32, dwelling 254, family 227, Solomon Swisher household
  6. [S1168] 1880 Census OH Preble, U.S. census, Ohio, Preble County, population schedule, Film T9, Gratis Township, ED 195, p. 35C, dwelling 259, family 273, John B. Roberts household, Slomon Swisher sr. entry

Ruth Bonner1,2

F, #4662

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Ruth was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.2
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S666] Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files: Revolutionary War pensions, Pension file, Bonner, Joseph, www.footnote.com, Film: M881
  2. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42

John Bonner1

M, #4664

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

John was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42

Joseph Bonner1

M, #4665, b. 7 October 1778, d. 16 October 1844

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Joseph Bonner was born on 7 October 1778.2 He and Christina Hamilton were married on 22 July 1802 in Monongalia County, Virginia.3 Joseph Bonner died on 16 October 1844, at age 66.2
Joseph was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1
Last Edited8 March 2018

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42
  2. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394
  3. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Joseph Boner and Christena Hamilton, 22 July 1802, Monongalia County, p. 6

Casper Bonner1

M, #4666

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Casper was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42

Margaret Bonner1

F, #4667

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Margaret Bonner and Abraham Lee were married on 5 May 1825 in Monongalia County, Virginia.2,3
Margaret was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42
  2. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394
  3. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Abraham Lee and Margaret Conner, 5 May 1825, Monongalia County

Abraham Lee1

M, #4668

Biography

Abraham Lee and Margaret Bonner were married on 5 May 1825 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1,2
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394
  2. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Abraham Lee and Margaret Conner, 5 May 1825, Monongalia County

Henry Bonner1

M, #4669

Parents

FatherJoseph Bonner (b. 1752, d. November 1828)

Biography

Henry was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Bonner on 10 November 1828 in Monongalia County, Virginia.1
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S663] Monongalia County, West Virginia, Will Book, volume 1, FHL, Film 840755, pp. 41-42

Christina Hamilton1

F, #4670, b. about 12 May 1789, d. 18 August 1857

Biography

Christina Hamilton was born about 12 May 1789.1 She and Joseph Bonner were married on 22 July 1802 in Monongalia County, Virginia.2 Christina Hamilton died on 18 August 1857.1
Last Edited31 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S655] The 175th anniversary of the formation of Monongalia County, West Virgina: and other relative historical data: Ancestry,www.ancestry.com, p. 394
  2. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Joseph Boner and Christena Hamilton, 22 July 1802, Monongalia County, p. 6