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Eliza Brady1

F, #51, b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847

Parents

FatherCleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
MotherAnne White

Family: John Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)

SonWilkes Edward Bozman+ (b. 8 August 1831, d. 28 April 1898)
DaughterAnna Bozman (b. 26 March 1833, d. 10 August 1838)
DaughterMary Royston Bozman+ (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
SonCleason B. Bozman+ (b. 22 January 1837, d. 10 August 1907)
DaughterAnna Liza Bozman+ (b. 15 April 1839, d. 13 January 1892)
DaughterFrances Ruth Bozman (b. 11 November 1841, d. 17 January 1849)
SonJohn Bozman (b. 8 December 1843, d. 6 September 1848)
DaughterHadassah Jane Bozman (b. 28 April 1846, d. 2 December 1850)
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Biography

Eliza Brady was born on 25 January 1812.2 She and John Royston Bozman were married on 17 August 1830 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3,2 Eliza Brady died on 16 January 1847, at age 34.4,1 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County.4
She moved to to McConnelsville, Morgan County, in about 1835.5 Eliza was listed as a deceased child in the will of Cleason Brady 15 April 1858 Wabash County, Indiana.6
Last Edited17 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  3. [S51] Ohio Genealogical Society, Muskingum County Chapter, Muskingum County, Ohio Marriages Book 1, 1803-1818: and Muskingum County, Ohio Marriages Book 2, 1818-1835, Book II p. 7 John R. Bozman and Eliza Brady, Aug. 19, 1830 by W. Sedwick
  4. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Liza Bozman
  5. [S1433] The Morgan Link: McConnelsville Herald, Friday, March 28, 1890: Death of John R. Bozman after Four Score Years and Three of Active Life, Vol. 4, p. 142
  6. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5

Wilkes Edward Bozman1

M, #52, b. 8 August 1831, d. 28 April 1898

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Family: Aseneth E. Hyatt (b. 22 December 1833, d. 24 April 1911)

SonEdward Cleason Bozman (b. 18 January 1865, d. 1935)
SonJohn Wilkes Bozman+ (b. 12 September 1866, d. 24 December 1949)
SonWilliam Thomas Bozman+ (b. 28 October 1871, d. 27 March 1923)
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Biography

Wilkes Edward Bozman was born on 8 August 1831 in Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 He and Aseneth E. Hyatt were married on 18 January 1864 in Morgan County, Ohio.3 Wilkes Edward Bozman died on 28 April 1898, at age 66, in Argonia, Sumner County, Kansas.4,5 He was buried in Argonia Cemetery, Sumner County, Kansas.5
Wilkes was recorded on the 1850 US Census in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .6 He was a drover in 1850.7 He was among those who left for the California Gold Rush in Morgan County, Ohio, on 29 January 1852. He was in California about nine years.8,9 He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Morgan Township, Morgan County. He was a single 31 year old drover born in Ohio10 He was a farmer in 1870 in Blue Rock Township.11 Wilkes and Aseneth appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 29 August 1870 in Blue Rock Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Edward and John and Aseneth's daughter Frances. and Aseneth's daughter Frances11 Wilkes was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.12 He was a farmer in 1880 in Blue Rock Township.13 Wilkes and Aseneth appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 23 June 1880 in Blue Rock Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, their children Edward, John, and William; Aseneth's daughter Frances with her daughters Eva and Bernice and Aseneth's brother John Hyatt.13 Wilkes was a justice of the peace about 1881 in Blue Rock. a justice of the peace14 Wilkes and Aseneth deeded 320 acres to George W. Conklin on 29 August 1885 in Muskingum County, Ohio. He moved to Argonia, Sumner County, Kansas, about 1886.2 Wilkes Edward Bozman and Aseneth E. Hyatt were enumerated on the census of 1895 in Argonia, Sumner County, Kansas.15
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S556] Chapman Brothers, Portrait and Biographical Album of Sumner County, Kansas: Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Together with Portraits & Biographies of All the Governors of the State and the Presidents of the United States: Google books, Url: http://books.google.com/books, Site Date: 23 January 2008, 290-291
  3. [S72] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage RecordsFilm Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: D, Film Number: 0910658, 141, #562, Wilkes E. Bozman and Asenath E. Hiett 18 January 1861
  4. [S1555] Barbara Quackenbush Smith, Descendents of Wilkes Edward Bozman, Genealogy report
  5. [S141] Argonia Cemetery, http://www.rootsweb.com/~ksscgscm/argoniacem.htm, Wilkes E. Bozman b. 1809 d. 4-28-1898
  6. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John R. Bozman household, p. 252, dwelling 367, family 374; OHMorg502
  7. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  8. [S1967] Chapman Brothers, editor, Portrait and Biographical Album of Sumner County, Kansas: Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Together with Portraits & Biographies of All the Governors of the State and the Presidents of the United States, 290-291.
  9. [S1969] The Morgan Link, "News from the Past: The Morgan County Democrat, 14 Oct. 1910," (January - March 1990).
  10. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, 15th Congressional District, Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio; p.2, line 2, Wilkes E. Bosman entry
  11. [S1223] 1870 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1250 & 1251, population schedule, Film M593, Wilkes Bozman household, p. 15, dwelling 114, family 116; OHMusk704
  12. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  13. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Wilkes E. Bozman household, ED 152, p. 20C, dwelling 214, family 226; OHMusk808
  14. [S414] Footprints in Muskingum County, Ohio: Justices of the Peace for Muskingum County, : database, Yinger, Helen, http://www.geocities.com/muskfootprints/justices.html
  15. [S14] 1895 Kansas State Census (Index), www.kshs.org/genealogists/census/kansus/census1895ks, Vol. 372, p. 7; City of Argonia, Sumner County ; KSSedgState850

Anna Bozman1

F, #53, b. 26 March 1833, d. 10 August 1838

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Biography

Anna Bozman was born on 26 March 1833.1 She died on 10 August 1838, at age 5.2 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.2
Last Edited6 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Anna Bozman tombstone

Cleason B. Bozman1

M, #54, b. 22 January 1837, d. 10 August 1907

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Family 1: Mary A. Clancy (b. 4 May 1834, d. 25 December 1864)

DaughterMary A. Bozman+ (b. October 1862)
DaughterLizzie Bozman+ (b. 2 September 1864, d. 20 November 1950)

Family 2: Emma Black (b. March 1845)

SonCharlie B. Bozman (b. about 1869, d. 10 October 1870)
DaughterBertha Bozman (b. August 1871, d. 18 December 1926)
DaughterKathryn Bozman+ (b. 25 December 1874, d. 8 August 1948)
SonJohn Royston Bozman+ (b. 19 March 1879, d. 15 October 1945)

Biography

Cleason B. Bozman was born on 22 January 1837 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 He and Mary A. Clancy were married on 20 February 1861 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 Cleason B. Bozman and Emma Black were married on 25 March 1868 in Hocking County, Ohio.3 Cleason B. Bozman died on 10 August 1907, at age 70, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.4
Cleason was recorded on the 1850 US Census in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .5 He recieved $43.05 from the estate of his grandfather Wilkes Bozman on 3 March 1858.6 He was a farmer and trader in 1860.7 He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Harrison Township, Muskingum County, Ohio. He was a 26 year old married farmer born in Ohio8 His first wife died on Christmas 1864 leaving him a widower with an infant and a two year old. Cleason was town treasurer from to 1870 in McConnelsville.9 Cleason was was town treasurer from to 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. town treasurer9 He was a trader and stock dealer in 1870.10 Cleason and Emma appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 9 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with Mary and Charlie. Cleason's daughter Lizzie was not listed on this census.10 He was a stock dealer and trader. He also engaged in other business activities including a bank, C. B. Bozman and Co., which closed.11,4,12,13 Cleason was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.14 He C. B. Bozman and Co. Bankers closed their business in Morgan County, Ohio, in April 1874.13 Cleason witnessed the will of James Watkins, Jr., on 16 October 1876 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. He added a codicil on 24 October 1876.15 Cleason was a town council member to 1877 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. town council member9 He was a stock dealer in 1880.16 Cleason and Emma appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 10 June 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Mary, Lizzie, Bertha, Kathryn, and John.16 Cleason quit claimed property to Mary Royston Bozman 7 April 1890 Morgan County, Ohio. by Cleason and Emma Bozman, Anna and Samuel Koons, Isabella Bozman, Elizabeth Bozman, and Margaret Oliver. Mary's brother Wilkes Edward was out of state and did not sign. Her brother Cleason signed a note which was attached to the deed stating he "would guarantee and protect her title against any or all claims or heirs of creditors of W. E. Bozman."17 He was ill with with large carbuncle on the back of his neck and bedfast. in July 1898. He was still ill the following week18,19 He was a landlord in 1900.20 Cleason and Emma appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 12 June 1900 in Union Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Bertha, Kathryn, and John.20 He was listed as a stockman on his death certificate in 1907.21
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S72] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage RecordsFilm Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: D, Film Number: 0910658, 9, #36, Cleason B. bozman and Mary A. Clancy, 20 February 1861
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Cleason B. Bozman and Emma Black, 25 March 1868, Hocking County, Ohio
  4. [S1597] Morgan County Chapter OGS, Death Records Morgan County Ohio 1897-1908, p. 61 Cleason B. Bozman
  5. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John R. Bozman household, p. 252, dwelling 367, family 374; OHMorg502
  6. [S2356] Ohio. Morgan County, Estate Case Files, Box 68A, Wilkes Bozman estae file; FHL microfilm, item receipt from Cleason B. Bozman and Anna Liza Bozman
  7. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, John R. Bozman household, p. 302, dwelling 351, family 351; OHMorg601
  8. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, Ohio 13th Congressional District, Harrison Township, Muskingum County; p.21, line 8, C. B. Bosman entry
  9. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, p. 303
  10. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Cleason B. Bozman, p. 170B & 171A, dwelling 193, family 204; OHMorg701
  11. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, Cleason B. Bozman household, ED 142,p. 16
  12. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Cleason B. Bozman, p. 170B
  13. [S1534] McConnelsville Herald: Local Personals, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 3
  14. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  15. [S1340] Morgan County, Ohio Will Books, James Watkins Jr. will, , Volume: 2, Page: 292, Film 910663, Will006
  16. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, Cleason B. Bozman household, ED 142,p. 16, dwelling 50, family 52; OHMorg801
  17. [S1952] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 37: 68, quit claim to Mary Royston Bozman; FHL microfilm 2293728
  18. [S2001] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Local News," 27 July 1898.
  19. [S2072] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Local News," 2 Augusst 1898.
  20. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, Cleason Bozman, ED35, p.129A, dwelling 325, family 342; OHMorg001
  21. [S1597] Morgan County Chapter OGS, Death Records Morgan County Ohio 1897-1908, p. 61, Cleason B. Bozman

Anna Liza Bozman1

F, #55, b. 15 April 1839, d. 13 January 1892

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Family: Samuel L. Koons (b. 14 October 1841, d. 18 August 1916)

DaughterLizzie B. Koons+ (b. January 1868, d. 24 April 1960)
DaughterHannah Leah Koons (b. 22 September 1872, d. 18 August 1917)
DaughterMary R. Koons (b. 13 January 1877)

Biography

Anna Liza Bozman was born on 15 April 1839.1 She and Samuel L. Koons were married on 6 June 1866 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 Anna Liza Bozman died on 13 January 1892, at age 52, in Center Street, McConnelsville.3,4 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.3
Anna was recorded on the 1850 US Census in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .5 She recieved $43.05 from the estate of her grandfather Wilkes Bozman on 3 March 1858. Samuel and Anna appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 24 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.6 Anna was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.7 Samuel and Anna appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 14 June 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.8 Anna quit claimed property to Mary Royston Bozman 7 April 1890 Morgan County, Ohio. by Cleason and Emma Bozman, Anna and Samuel Koons, Isabella Bozman, Elizabeth Bozman, and Margaret Oliver. Mary's brother Wilkes Edward was out of state and did not sign. Her brother Cleason signed a note which was attached to the deed stating he "would guarantee and protect her title against any or all claims or heirs of creditors of W. E. Bozman."9
Last Edited8 September 2017

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S72] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage RecordsFilm Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: D, Film Number: 0910658, 266, #1057, Samuel L. Koons and Anna Bozman, 6 June 1866
  3. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Anna Liza Bozman Koons
  4. [S1277] Steer, Linda, Bozman Morgan and Muskingum Co. Ohio, Mrs. Annie Koons Obituary, Bozman-L
  5. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John R. Bozman household, p. 252, dwelling 367, family 374; OHMorg502
  6. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Samuel L. Koons, p. 185A, dwelling 399, family 405; OHMorg702
  7. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  8. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, ED 142, dwelling 149, family 165; OHMorg801
  9. [S1952] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 37: 68, quit claim to Mary Royston Bozman; FHL microfilm 2293728

Frances Ruth Bozman1

F, #56, b. 11 November 1841, d. 17 January 1849

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Biography

Frances Ruth Bozman was born on 11 November 1841.1 She died on 17 January 1849, at age 7.2 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.2
Last Edited12 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Frances R. Bozman tombstone

John Bozman1

M, #57, b. 8 December 1843, d. 6 September 1848

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Biography

John Bozman was born on 8 December 1843.1 He died on 6 September 1848, at age 4, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2 He was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.2
Last Edited12 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, John Bozman tombstone

Hadassah Jane Bozman1

F, #58, b. 28 April 1846, d. 2 December 1850

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Biography

Hadassah Jane Bozman was born on 28 April 1846.2,3 She died on 2 December 1850, at age 4.3 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4
Hadassah was recorded on the 1850 US Census in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .5
Last Edited27 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer
  4. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Hadassah J. Bozman tombstone
  5. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John R. Bozman household, p. 252, dwelling 367, family 374; OHMorg502

Nancy Jane Glass

F, #59, b. 25 November 1831, d. 14 January 1870

Family: John Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)

DaughterIsabelle Bozman (b. 11 January 1857, d. 22 August 1931)
DaughterElizabeth Bozman+ (b. 11 February 1860, d. 8 May 1915)

Biography

Nancy Jane Glass was born on 25 November 1831 in Ohio.1,2 She and John Royston Bozman were married on 27 May 1856 in Morgan County.3,4 Nancy Jane Glass died on 14 January 1870, at age 38, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.5 She was buried in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1
Nancy Jane Glass was also known as Jane Glass, Glass. John and Nancy appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 11 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with children Cleason, Anna, Isabelle, and Elizabeth.6
Last Edited17 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Jane Bozman
  2. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, state
  3. [S1316] Morgan Herald: Bozman-Glass marriage, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, microfilm 28437, John R. Bozman - Jane Glass marriage
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, John R. Bozman and Jane Glass, 27 May 1856, Morgan County, Ohio
  5. [S1505] Morgan County Deaths, Death Records, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910655, Volume 1, FHL film 0910655, 8, #18, Jane Bozman, 1870
  6. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, John R. Bozman household, p. 302, dwelling 351, family 351; OHMorg601

Isabelle Bozman1

F, #60, b. 11 January 1857, d. 22 August 1931

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherNancy Jane Glass (b. 25 November 1831, d. 14 January 1870)
Bozman, Belle

Biography

Isabelle Bozman was born on 11 January 1857 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 She died on 22 August 1931, at age 74, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.3,2 She was buried on 24 August 1931 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4,2
Isabelle was recorded on the 1870 US Census on 9 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .5 Isabelle was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.6 She graduated from in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, in 1874.7 Isabelle quit claimed property to Mary Royston Bozman 7 April 1890 Morgan County, Ohio. by Cleason and Emma Bozman, Anna and Samuel Koons, Isabella Bozman, Elizabeth Bozman, and Margaret Oliver. Mary's brother Wilkes Edward was out of state and did not sign. Her brother Cleason signed a note which was attached to the deed stating he "would guarantee and protect her title against any or all claims or heirs of creditors of W. E. Bozman."8 Isabelle appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 11 June 1900 in Union Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.9 Isabelle appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 19 April 1910 in Center Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.10 Isabelle appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded in 1920 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.11 Isabelle appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 2 April 1930 in Main Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.12
Last Edited27 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Isabel Bozman, file no. 50467
  3. [S1504] Morgan County Index to Deaths, Death Index, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910656, Volume 3, FHL Film 0910656, 170, Isabel Bozman, 1931
  4. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Isabelle Bozman tombstone
  5. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John R. Bozman household, p. 168A, dwelling 144, family 154; OHMorg701
  6. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  7. [S697] Mercer, Bernhard, Umionion 1924 of the Malta McConnelsville High School, p. 94
  8. [S1952] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 37: 68, quit claim to Mary Royston Bozman; FHL microfilm 2293728
  9. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, Isabel Bozman household, ED35, dwelling 297, family 310; OHMorg001
  10. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219, Isabel Bozman household, ED49, p20A, dwelling 84, family 93; OHMorg103
  11. [S1339] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T625, ED78, p. 1B, dwelling 21, family 28; OHMorg250
  12. [S1459] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T626, McConnelsville, ED 58-12, sheet 10B, dwelling 21, family 28, Isabel Bozman household; OHMorg350

Elizabeth Bozman

F, #61, b. 11 February 1860, d. 8 May 1915

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherNancy Jane Glass (b. 25 November 1831, d. 14 January 1870)

Family: James D. McClain (b. about 1852)

DaughterIsabel McClain (b. 10 December 1895, d. 1 September 1896)

Biography

Elizabeth Bozman was born on 11 February 1860.1 She and James D. McClain were married on 7 March 1895 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 Elizabeth Bozman died on 8 May 1915, at age 55, in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.3,4 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.3
Elizabeth Bozman was also known as Lizzie Bozman.3 She was ill in 1870. and listed on the census as at home with defective eyes5 Elizabeth was recorded on the 1870 US Census on 9 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .6 Elizabeth was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.7 She graduated from in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, in 1879.8 Elizabeth quit claimed property to Mary Royston Bozman 7 April 1890 Morgan County, Ohio. by Cleason and Emma Bozman, Anna and Samuel Koons, Isabella Bozman, Elizabeth Bozman, and Margaret Oliver. Mary's brother Wilkes Edward was out of state and did not sign. Her brother Cleason signed a note which was attached to the deed stating he "would guarantee and protect her title against any or all claims or heirs of creditors of W. E. Bozman."9 James and Elizabeth appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 23 June 1900 in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio.10 James and Elizabeth appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 19 April 1910 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.11
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S75] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: G, Film Number: 0910659, James D. McClain and Lizzie Bozman, license 6 March 1895, marriage 7 March 1895
  3. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Lizzie Bozman McClain tombstone
  4. [S1848] Steers, Linda, Descendants of Wilkes Bozman, Genealogy report
  5. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John R. Bozman household
  6. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John R. Bozman household, p. 168A, dwelling 144, family 154; OHMorg701
  7. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  8. [S697] Mercer, Bernhard, Umionion 1924 of the Malta McConnelsville High School, p. 94
  9. [S1952] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 37: 68, quit claim to Mary Royston Bozman; FHL microfilm 2293728
  10. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, James D. McClean household, ED 27, sheet 9B, dwelling 214, family 215; OHMorg004
  11. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219, McConnelsville, ED 48, sheet 3B, dwelling 90, family 92, David J. McClain household

Margaret Oliver

F, #62, b. about 1835, d. 30 January 1892

Family: John Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)

DaughterElla Bozman (b. 26 August 1873, d. 7 November 1883)

Biography

Margaret Oliver was born about 1835 in County Fermanagh, Ireland.1,2 She and John Royston Bozman were married on 31 December 1872 in Morgan County, Ohio.3 Margaret Oliver died on 30 January 1892 in Meigsville Township, Morgan County, Ohio.4 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.1
She was a domestic servant in the John R. Bozman household in 1870.5 Margaret appeared on the 1870 US Census in the household of John Royston Bozman. in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio,5 Margaret was listed as the widow in the will of John Royston Bozman 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.6 John and Margaret appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded in 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their daughter Ella and John's daughters Isabelle and Elizabeth.7 Margaret quit claimed property to Mary Royston Bozman 7 April 1890 Morgan County, Ohio. by Cleason and Emma Bozman, Anna and Samuel Koons, Isabella Bozman, Elizabeth Bozman, and Margaret Oliver. Mary's brother Wilkes Edward was out of state and did not sign. Her brother Cleason signed a note which was attached to the deed stating he "would guarantee and protect her title against any or all claims or heirs of creditors of W. E. Bozman."8
Last Edited17 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Margaret Bozman tombstone
  2. [S1073] Steer, Linda, to Barbara Shroyer, email, "Obituary of Margaret Oliver and other items"
  3. [S73] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: E, Film Number: 0910658, 368, #1192, John R. Bozman and Margaret Oliver, 1872; OHMorgMarrE
  4. [S1505] Morgan County Deaths, Death Records, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910655, Volume 1, FHL film 0910655, 248, Margaret Bozman, 1892
  5. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John R. Bozman household, p. 168A, dwelling 144, family 154; OHMorg701
  6. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  7. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, John R. Bozman household, ED 142, p. 32, dwelling 212, family 236; OHMorg801
  8. [S1952] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 37: 68, quit claim to Mary Royston Bozman; FHL microfilm 2293728

Ella Bozman1

F, #63, b. 26 August 1873, d. 7 November 1883

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherMargaret Oliver (b. about 1835, d. 30 January 1892)
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Biography

Ella Bozman was born on 26 August 1873 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2 She died on 7 November 1883, at age 10, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.3
Ella was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.4
Last Edited27 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S1505] Morgan County Deaths, Death Records, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910655, Volume 1, FHL film 0910655, 156, Ella Bozman, 1883
  3. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Ella Bozman tombstone
  4. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019

Wilkes Bozman

M, #64, b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855

Parents

FatherEdward Bozman (d. about 1797)
MotherFrances Saunders

Family: Mary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

SonEdward Bozman+ (b. 3 August 1803, d. 14 September 1828)
SonJohn Bozman (b. 5 September 1805)
SonJohn Royston Bozman+ (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
DaughterFrances S. Bozman+ (b. 23 January 1809, d. 14 September 1847)
DaughterRuth R. Bozman+ (b. 3 October 1811, d. 17 June 1845)
SonWilliam H. Bozman+ (b. 11 December 1813, d. 22 September 1850)
DaughterElizabeth B. Bozman+ (b. about 1815, d. 8 August 1846)
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Biography

Wilkes Bozman was born on 14 August 1776 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1,2 He and Mary Royston were married on 5 May 1802 in Baltimore County, Maryland.3 Wilkes Bozman and Susanna Steen were married on 16 April 1833 in Morgan County, Ohio.3 Wilkes Bozman died on 4 May 1855, at age 78, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2 He was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4,5
Wilkes owned property in Bristol, Meigsville, and Bloom Townships ...6,7,8 Wilkes was named as an heir in the will of Edward Bozman on 12 October 1796 in Baltimore.9 Wilkes was head of household on the 1810 US Census taken in Mine Run Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland. 1 male under 10, 1 male 26-45, 3 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 45 and over, and one other free person. Wilkes was listed as Wilks Bosmen10 He came to in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in November 1819. The county history said "Wilkes Bozman came from Baltimore County Maryland in November of 1819 and settled upon the farm now owned by David Mercer. He brought with him a family of 6 children, his wife having died in Maryland. The names of the children were Edward, John, Frances, Ruth, Elizabeth, and William.". However, an 1882 article on John R. Bozman, states Wilkes and five children moved to Morgan County 21 September 181911,12 Wilkes was head of household on the 1820 US Census taken in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of of 1 male under 10, 2 males 10-16, 1 male 26-45, 1 female under 10, and 1 female 16-26. Wilkes was recorded as Wilks Bosman.13 Wilkes was granted 167.4 acres by cash entry land patent in Morgan County, Ohio, on 21 January 1820, .14 He was on the voter list in in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in 1822.15 Wilkes was granted 168.52 acres by cash entry land patent in Morgan County on 10 March 1825, .16 Wilkes was granted 167.4 acres by cash entry land patent in Morgan County, Ohio, on 26 July 1825, .17 Wilkes was on the in 1828 tax list in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio.18 He was appointed administrator of the estate of his son Edward on 16 October 1828 in Morgan County, Ohio.19 Wilkes was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of 2 males 15-20, 1 male 50-60, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 20-30.20 Wilkes was granted 170.2 acres by cash entry land patent in Morgan County, Ohio, on 2 November 1830, . 170.2 acres21 Wilkes was on the in 1834 tax list in Morgan County, Ohio, Bristol Township, Meigsville Township, and Bloom Township.22 Wilkes and Susanna granted a quarter section in Bristol Township to Robert McConnell on 3 May 1837 in Morgan County, Ohio.23 Wilkes was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of of 1 male 60-70 and 1 female 50-60.24 Wilkes was granted 158 acres in Bloom Township by Alexander and Elizabeth McGreger on 30 December 1843 in Morgan County, Ohio.25 He was a farmer in 1850.26 Wilkes and Susanna appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.26 He signed a will on 30 March 1855 in Morgan County, Ohio.27
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  3. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  4. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, Wilkes Bozman entry
  5. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Wilkes Bozman tombstone. The tombstone from the first reading had been replaced before the 2001 reading with a new stone.
  6. [S1829] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 975-984 1820-1829, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514169
  7. [S1840] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 990-93 1835-38, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514171
  8. [S1838] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 985-989 1830-34, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514170
  9. [S619] Baltimore, Maryland will books, book 6, Film Number: 0013592 item 2, 96-7, will of Edward Bosman
  10. [S1266] 1810 U.S. census, Maryland, Baltimore County, population schedule, Film M252, roll13, MDBalt101
  11. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, pp. 465
  12. [S1884] Bozman, Chris, Re: John R. Bozman obituary, message board, Subject: John Royston Bozman, Bozman, Url: http://boards.rootsweb.com/mb.ashx?q=bozman
  13. [S1128] 1820 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M33, roll 92, Wilks Bosman household, p. 74; OHMorg201
  14. [S757] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, Wilkes Bozman, Morgan County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0050-63
  15. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County
  16. [S422] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, Wilkes Bozman, Morgan County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2007, and patent no. OH0350_.050
  17. [S758] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, Wilkes Bozman, Morgan County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0065-102 #787
  18. [S1829] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 975-984 1820-1829, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514169, Wilkes Bozman, resident, vol. 983
  19. [S363] Morgan County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series: 911480-911483, Volume: A, FHL Film 911480, p. 498
  20. [S1139] 1830 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, Wilkes Bozman household, p. 95; OHMorg303
  21. [S756] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, Wilkes Bozman, Morgan County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0071-399 #1669
  22. [S1838] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 985-989 1830-34, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514170, Wilkes Bozman, Bristol Twp., Bloom Twp., and Meigsville Twp., vol. 989, 1834
  23. [S2154] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed Books, G: 245-246, Wilkes and Susannah Bozman to Robert McConnell, 3 May 1837; FHL microfilm 091077
  24. [S1150] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M704, roll 417, Wilkes Bozman household, p. 133; OHMorg403
  25. [S2274] Ohio. Morgan, Morgan County Courthouse, McConnelsville, L: 184, Alexander McGreger to Wilkes Bozman, 3 July 1842; FHL microfilm 091079
  26. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, Wilks Bozman, p. 234, dwelling 120; OHMorg501
  27. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664

Mary Royston1,2

F, #65, b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818

Parents

FatherJohn Royston (d. about 1822)
MotherRuth McClung (d. 16 February 1839)

Family: Wilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)

SonEdward Bozman+ (b. 3 August 1803, d. 14 September 1828)
SonJohn Bozman (b. 5 September 1805)
SonJohn Royston Bozman+ (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
DaughterFrances S. Bozman+ (b. 23 January 1809, d. 14 September 1847)
DaughterRuth R. Bozman+ (b. 3 October 1811, d. 17 June 1845)
SonWilliam H. Bozman+ (b. 11 December 1813, d. 22 September 1850)
DaughterElizabeth B. Bozman+ (b. about 1815, d. 8 August 1846)
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Biography

Mary Royston was born on 24 September 1785.3 She and Wilkes Bozman were married on 5 May 1802 in Baltimore County, Maryland.2 Mary Royston died on 25 March 1818, at age 32, in Baltimore County, Maryland.4,5
Last Edited29 August 2017

Citations

  1. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  3. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  4. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer, date only
  5. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, pp. 465, state of death

Edward Bozman

M, #66, b. 3 August 1803, d. 14 September 1828

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Family: Kerenhappoch Bozman (b. about 1795)

SonWilliam S. Bozman+ (b. 12 July 1822, d. 30 December 1912)
Adm Bozman, Edward adminbondsA

Biography

Edward Bozman was born on 3 August 1803 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1,2 He and Kerenhappoch Bozman were married.3 Edward Bozman died on 14 September 1828, at age 25.4
He had an estate probated on 16 October 1828 in Morgan County. The Morgan County Minute book A record states that Wilkes Bozman was the father of Edward Bozman5,6
Last Edited18 June 2016

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  3. [S848] Bozman, Mac, Edward son of Wilkes, mail list, Bozman-L, Url: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/BOZMAN
  4. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  5. [S363] Morgan County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series: 911480-911483, Volume: A, FHL Film 911480, p. 498
  6. [S1286] Morgan County, Ohio, Administrators' Bonds, Film Number: 911397, Vol. A, Edward Bozman, 16 Oct 1828; ADM002

John Bozman1

M, #67, b. 5 September 1805

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Biography

John Bozman was born on 5 September 1805 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1,2
This son and his birth date were on the loose paper of Bozman dates in one of H. M. Cochran's Bibles and also were included in Catherine Brown Carroll's research.3,4 Since the next son was also named John, this John probably died in infancy
Last Edited10 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  3. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer, This list of Bozman names and dates appears to have been copied from another Bible.
  4. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes, Catherine's source for Wilkes' children's names and dates seemed to be a family Bible.

Frances S. Bozman1,2

F, #68, b. 23 January 1809, d. 14 September 1847

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Family 1:

DaughterMary Farra (b. about 1829)

Family 2: William Farra (b. 1804, d. 26 February 1879)

DaughterMargaret Ellen Farra+ (b. about 1832, d. 23 September 1858)
SonCharles W. Farra (b. about 16 May 1832, d. 10 May 1859)
SonWilliam Farra (b. about 1835)
SonJames Farra (b. about 1837)
SonJohn Bozman Farra+ (b. 25 October 1839, d. 5 March 1926)
DaughterFrances S. Farra+ (b. 25 June 1844, d. 10 November 1911)
SonWilson M. Farra+ (b. 25 September 1844, d. 26 July 1923)

Biography

Frances S. Bozman was born on 23 January 1809.1 She was married. She and William Farra were married on 24 March 1831 in Morgan County, Ohio.3,4 Frances S. Bozman died on 14 September 1847, at age 38, in Ohio.5 She was buried in McKendree Cemetery (Meigsville Township), Morgan County, Ohio.5
Frances was listed as a deceased child in the will of Wilkes Bozman 30 March 1855 Morgan County, Ohio.6
Last Edited8 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran, Marriage date is given as March 14, 1831 which is 10 days earlier than the marriage record date
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, William Farra and Frances Bozman, 24 March 1831, Morgan County, Ohio.
  5. [S1298] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Bristol and Meigsville Townships, Morgan County, Ohio, Frances S. Farra "w/o William", d. 14 Sept. 1847, age 38y 7m 21d, p. 58, McKendree Cemetery, Meigsville Twp.
  6. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664

Ruth R. Bozman1,2

F, #69, b. 3 October 1811, d. 17 June 1845

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Family: Wilkes B. Richardson (b. 31 August 1804, d. 20 June 1888)

DaughterMary Elizabeth Richardson+ (b. December 1832, d. 31 October 1905)
DaughterKerenhopock R. Richardson+ (b. 15 September 1834, d. 22 May 1922)
DaughterRuth Bozman Richardson+ (b. 15 October 1836, d. 8 December 1922)
SonWilkes Richardson (b. March 1838, d. 18 March 1842)
SonWilliam T. Richardson (b. 22 June 1840, d. 25 March 1842)
DaughterFrances Eliza Richardson+ (b. 13 June 1842, d. 11 December 1902)
SonWilkes P. Richardson (b. 9 July 1844, d. 29 December 1859)

Biography

Ruth R. Bozman was born on 3 October 1811 in Baltimore County, Maryland.3,2 She and Wilkes B. Richardson were married on 6 March 1832 in Morgan County, Ohio.4,5 Ruth R. Bozman died on 17 June 1845, at age 33.3 She was buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery (Bristol Township), Morgan County, Ohio.3
Wilkes and Ruth were probably first cousins ... Ruth was listed as a deceased child in the will of Wilkes Bozman 30 March 1855 Morgan County, Ohio.1
Last Edited3 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664
  2. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  3. [S1298] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Bristol and Meigsville Townships, Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S131] Morgan County,Ohio achieved Marriage Vol. A, Marriage Records, Volume: A, Wilkes B. Richardson and Ruth Bozman, 6 March 1832
  5. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer

William H. Bozman1

M, #70, b. 11 December 1813, d. 22 September 1850

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Family: Eliza Cotton (b. about 1817, d. 12 August 1879)

SonJames E. Bozman+ (b. 22 May 1839, d. 6 January 1912)
DaughterMary Ruth Bozman (b. 10 June 1839, d. 16 January 1907)
SonJohn R Bozman (b. about 1842)
DaughterHarriet Bozman (b. about 1844)
SonWilliam W. Bozman+ (b. 12 May 1848, d. 24 February 1932)
SonBeverly Waugh Bozman+ (b. 12 August 1851, d. 10 June 1925)

Biography

William H. Bozman was born on 11 December 1813 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1 He and Eliza Cotton were married on 5 July 1836 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 William H. Bozman died on 22 September 1850, at age 36.3,4,5 He was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4
He was a butcher.6 William was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of with 1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, and 1 female 20-30.7 William witnessed the will of Mary Bozman on 4 December 1841. The will stated she was "of Brooke County" and was witnessed by William H. Bozman and John Royston Bozman. She left bequests to Thomas Kelly, Eliza Cotton, Wilkes B. Richardson, Reynolds Steen, Susanna Steen, Karenhappuch Steen, and Frances Richardson.8 William and Eliza appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with James, John, Harriet, William, and Mary R.6 William was listed as a deceased child in the will of Wilkes Bozman 30 March 1855 Morgan County, Ohio.9
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S58] Loose paper in Cochran family 1878 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S131] Morgan County,Ohio achieved Marriage Vol. A, Marriage Records, Volume: A, William H. Bozman and Eliza Cotton, 5 July 1836
  3. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  4. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, William H. Bozman tombstone
  5. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  6. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, William H. Bozman household, p. 234, dwelling 119; OHMorg501
  7. [S1150] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M704, roll 417, Wm. H. Bozman household, p. 190; OHMorg401
  8. [S722] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Mary Kelly will, Volume: 0, Page: 123, Film 910663
  9. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664

Elizabeth B. Bozman1

F, #71, b. about 1815, d. 8 August 1846

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Family: James Watkins (b. about 1811)

DaughterSusanna Bozman Watkins+ (b. 28 April 1836, d. 12 March 1914)
DaughterMary R. Watkins (b. about 1838)
DaughterVirginia Watkins+ (b. about 1840)
SonJames Watkins, Jr.+ (b. about 1843, d. 24 October 1876)
DaughterElizabeth B. Watkins+ (b. 6 December 1844, d. 17 October 1892)

Biography

Elizabeth B. Bozman was born about 1815 in Baltimore County, Maryland.2 She and James Watkins were married on 28 April 1835 in Morgan County, Ohio.3,4 Elizabeth B. Bozman died on 8 August 1846 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.5
Elizabeth was listed as a deceased child in the will of Wilkes Bozman 30 March 1855 Morgan County, Ohio.1
Last Edited1 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664
  2. [S611] Kevin Kranz (Carmella) submitter, 14 Aug 1846 Morgan County Herald obituaries, Elizabeth Bozman obituary (transcribed), email address
  3. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664, Will009
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, James Watkins and Elizabeth B. Bozman, 28 April 1835, Morgan County, Ohio
  5. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio

Susanna Steen

F, #72, b. 1786, d. 22 July 1852

Biography

Susanna Steen was born in 1786 in Pennsylvania.1 She and Wilkes Bozman were married on 16 April 1833 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 Susanna Steen died on 22 July 1852, at age ~66, in Ohio.3,4 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.3
Wilkes and Susanna granted a quarter section in Bristol Township to Robert McConnell on 3 May 1837 in Morgan County, Ohio.5 Wilkes and Susanna appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.6
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  3. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Susanna Bozman tombstone
  4. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  5. [S2154] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed Books, G: 245-246, Wilkes and Susannah Bozman to Robert McConnell, 3 May 1837; FHL microfilm 091077
  6. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, Wilks Bozman, p. 234, dwelling 120; OHMorg501

Edward Bozman

M, #73, d. about 1797

Family 1: Rose Lyon

DaughterRosanna Bosman+
SonEdward Bozman+

Family 2: Frances Saunders

SonWilkes Bozman+ (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)

Biography

Edward Bozman and Rose Lyon were married on 27 February 1749 in St. John's, Baltimore County, Maryland.1 Edward Bozman and Frances Saunders were married on 25 March 1773 in St. John's, Baltimore County, Maryland.2 Edward Bozman died about 1797 in Baltimore, Maryland.3
Edward Bozman was also known as Edward Bosman. Edward was on the in 1783 tax list in Mine Run Hundred, Baltimore County.4 Edward was head of household on the 1790 US Census taken in Mine Run Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland. The household consisted of 4 males 16 and older, 1 male under 16, 6 females, and 3 slaves.5 He signed a will on 12 October 1796 in Baltimore.3 He had an estate probated on 6 September 1797 in Baltimore, Maryland. His sons James and William Bozman were appointed executors and John Royston and Greenbury Wyle were appointed sureties3,6
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1618] Peden jr., Henry C, St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers 1696 - 1851, p. 92 Edward Bozman and Rozannah Lyon married 27 Feb. 1749and p. 127 Edward Bosman and Rose Lyon, married entries of 11 Feb. 1750
  2. [S1618] Peden jr., Henry C, St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers 1696 - 1851, p. 142 Edward Bosman and Frances Saunders 25 March 1773
  3. [S619] Baltimore, Maryland will books, book 6, Film Number: 0013592 item 2, 96-7, will of Edward Bosman
  4. [S903] Maryland State Archives: Maryland Idexes: Assessment of 1783, Index; Baltimore County, database, : Maryland State Archives, http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/ssi1437e.html, Record Number: MSA S 1437, Edward Bosman, Baltimore Mine Run Hundred , p. 1
  5. [S1265] 1790 U.S. census, Maryland, Baltimore, population schedule, Film: M637, roll 3, MDBalt901
  6. [S902] Maryland, Register of Wills. Baltimore, Maryland Administration records, vol. 2, 1791-1805, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, p. 27-28, Edward Bosman, 6 September 1797

Elizabeth Brady1,2

F, #74

Parents

FatherCleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
MotherJane Bozman (b. about 1794)

Family: Benjamin Foster

DaughterNancy Foster+ (b. 23 June 1840, d. 9 April 1929)
DaughterElizabeth Foster (b. 7 February 1843, d. 24 September 1910)
DaughterMalinda Jane Foster+ (b. about 1846)

Biography

Elizabeth Brady and Benjamin Foster were married on 12 August 1839 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3
Elizabeth was named as an heir in the will of Cleason Brady on 15 April 1858 in Wabash County, Indiana.4 Elizabeth appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 25 June 1860 in Hamden, Vinton County, Ohio, with Elizabeth and Ebenezer.5 Elizabeth appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 20 June 1870 in Jefferson Township, Ross County, Ohio, with Elizabeth and Malinda Foster.6
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  3. [S185] Ohio Genealogical Society, Muskingum County Chapter, Muskingum County Ohio Marriages 1835-1848 Book III, p. 22 Elizabeth Brady and Benjamin Foster, Aug. 12, 1839 by Elder William Mears
  4. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5
  5. [S884] 1860 Census OH Vinton, U.S. census, Ohio, Vinton County, population schedule, Film M653, Hamden, p. 359, sheet 92, dwelling 661, family 630, Elizabeth Foster household
  6. [S886] 1870 Census OH Ross, U.S. census, Ohio, Ross County, Ohio, population schedule, Film M593, Jefferson Township, p. 726B, dwelling 12, family 12, Elizabeth Foster household

Rosanna Bosman1,2

F, #75

Parents

FatherEdward Bozman (d. about 1797)
MotherRose Lyon

Family: William Smith

DaughterSarah Smith

Biography

Rosanna Bosman and William Smith were married on 28 January 1795 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1,3
Rosanna was named as an heir in the will of Edward Bozman on 12 October 1796 in Baltimore.4
Last Edited4 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S765] Compiler: Richard Smith, Will of Edward Bozman,http://www.rootsweb.com/~wwags/wssmith~gen.htm
  3. [S720] Family Search: Maryland Marriages 1666-1970, database, www.familysearch.org, Wm. Smith and Rosanna Bosman, 28 January 1795, Baltimore County
  4. [S619] Baltimore, Maryland will books, book 6, Film Number: 0013592 item 2, 96-7, will of Edward Bosman