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363. James Henry7 Bozarth (William6, Levi5, Joseph *4, John * (Jersey)3 Bozorth, Simon *2, Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart) was born May 28, 1833 in White County, Tennessee, and died December 08, 1881 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. He married Mary Ball Smith July 21, 1854 in Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee. She was born February 23, 1835 in Tennessee, and died July 05, 1888 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. Notes for James Henry Bozarth: Family of James Henry Bozarth from the Bozarth Beacon January 1991, page 412 Children of James Bozarth and Mary Smith are: 699 i. James Monroe8 Bozarth, born May 13, 1855 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died April 23, 1930 in Near Paul's Valley, Oklahoma. He married Lotta Susan Medlin December 17, 1874 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 700 ii. Marcus D. Lafayette Bozarth, born May 19, 1857 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1946 in Fremont, Nebraska. He married Mary Ellen Nora Lafever; died Unknown. + 701 iii. Isaac McQuire Bozarth, born April 10, 1859 in Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee; died November 29, 1929 in Milford, Beaver County, Utah. + 702 iv. Jefferson Davis Bozarth, born June 29, 1861 in Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee; died July 11, 1955 in Clinton, Custer County, Oklahoma. + 703 v. Samuel Bozarth, born July 30, 1865 in Silver Point, Dekalb County, Tennessee; died October 22, 1945 in Wichita Falls State Hosp., Texas. 704 vi. Elija (Leige) Bozarth, born August 18, 1867 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died May 22, 1900 in Collins County, Texas. Notes for Elija (Leige) Bozarth: Elija never married. 705 vii. John W. Bozarth, born September 07, 1869 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. He married ??? Bell in Tennessee; died Unknown. 706 viii. Elizabeth (Betty) Bozarth, born June 18, 1871 in Silver Point, Tennessee; died January 01, 1956 in Silver Point, Tennessee. She married James Goff 1889; born February 01, 1854 in Silver Point, Tennessee; died January 18, 1938 in Silver Point, Tennessee. 707 ix. Morning Glory Bozarth, born September 13, 1873 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died September 23, 1873 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. + 708 x. Matthew Bozarth, born September 04, 1875; died 1908. 120. William6 Bozarth (Levi5, Joseph *4, John * (Jersey)3 Bozorth, Simon *2, Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart) was born 1811 in DeKalb County, Tennesse, and died Aft. 1880 in Mine Lick, DeKalb County, Tennessee. He married Nancy Allen Burton Abt. 1832 in White County, Tennessee. She was born February 05, 1816 in White County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1880. Children of William Bozarth and Nancy Burton are: + 363 i. James Henry7 Bozarth, born May 28, 1833 in White County, Tennessee; died December 08, 1881 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. 364 ii. Waymon Bozarth, born Abt. 1835 in Tennessee; died Unknown. 365 iii. Isaac Bozarth, born 1837 in Tennessee; died Unknown. He married Mary Caroline Murphy March 28, 1860 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 366 iv. Mary Bozarth, born 1839 in Tennessee; died Unknown. She married George Smith November 27, 1856 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 367 v. Pheobe Bozarth, born 1841 in Tennessee; died Unknown. She married George F. Baker August 11, 1857 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; born 1834; died Unknown. 368 vi. Louisa Bozarth, born 1843 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 369 vii. Joseph Bozarth, born 1845 in Tennessee; died February 18, 1930 in Silver Point, DeKalb County, Tennessee. He married Martha Puckett July 31, 1866 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 370 viii. Finus Bozarth, born Abt. 1846 in Tennessee; died Unknown. He married Martha ??? June 01, 1869 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 371 ix. Sarah Bozarth, born 1849 in Tennessee; died Unknown. + 372 x. Levi Lafayette Bozarth, born December 1860 in DeKalb County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 373 xi. Grant Bozarth, born 1869; died 1938. + 374 xii. Sherrod Bozarth, born March 15, 1873 in Joblin, Missouri; died November 29, 1948 in Lone Pine, Redmond, Oregon. 32. Levi5 Bozarth (Joseph *4, John * (Jersey)3 Bozorth, Simon *2, Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart) was born 1775 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia, and died December 07, 1840 in DeKalb County, Tennesse. He married Sarah (Sally) Pierce February 24, 1802 in Hardin Country, Kentucky, daughter of William Pierce. She was born 1786 in South Carolina, and died 1859 in DeKalb County, Tennesse. Notes for Levi Bozarth: From the 1830 census White Country, Tennessee Notes for Sarah (Sally) Pierce: Bouth Sarah and her father were Cherokee Full Bloods. Children of Levi Bozarth and Sarah Pierce are: + 118 i. Joseph6 Bozarth, born Abt. 1803 in White County, Tennessee; died Unknown. 119 ii. John D. Bozarth, born 1808; died Unknown. + 120 iii. William Bozarth, born 1811 in DeKalb County, Tennesse; died Aft. 1880 in Mine Lick, DeKalb County, Tennessee. 121 iv. Elizabeth Bozarth, born Abt. 1812; died Unknown. She married Nathan G. Steale 1823; died Unknown. + 122 v. Bert (Bird) Waymon Bozarth, born December 16, 1813 in White County, Tennessee; died 1857 in Taney County, Missouri. + 123 vi. James Bozarth, born 1815; died 1845 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. 124 vii. Malinda (Lindy) Bozarth, born 1818 in DeKalb County, Tennesse; died Unknown. She married James L. Dearman Abt. 1840; died Unknown. 125 viii. Nathan D. Bozarth, born January 29, 1814 in Tennessee; died Unknown. + 126 ix. Levi Jr. Bozarth, born October 08, 1821 in White County, Tennessee; died April 16, 1856 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. 127 x. Sarah (Sally) Bozarth, born Abt. 1824; died 1846. She married Andrew Johnson Abt. 1840; died Unknown. 14. Joseph *4 Bozarth (John * (Jersey)3 Bozorth, Simon *2, Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart) was born 1740 in Burlington County, New Jersey, and died May 25, 1790 in Nelson County, Virginia or Kentucky. He married Elizateth ??? Abt. 1758 in Monongalia County, Virginia. She was born Bet. 1737 - 1739, and died March 08, 1828. Notes for Joseph * Bozarth: This is taken from the Bozarth Beacon July 1988 Volume III, No. 2 JOSEPH BOZARTH FROM: "HISTORICAL REGISTER of VIRGINIANS IN THE REVOLUTION", Soldier - Sailors - Marines 1775-1783, by John H. Gwathmey, Introduction by Dr. H.J. Eckenrode,Director of the Virginia Division of History and Archaeology. The Dietz Press, Publishers Richmond Virginia. A pay roll of Capt. William McCluers Company of Militia in the County of Jefferson and State of Virginia in Col. William Linns Batalion under Command of Col. George Rogers Clark against the Shanaway Indians in the year 1780 from the 9th day of July to the 19th day of August. Bouth days included. William McCluer Capt. 19 July Thomas Beard Lieut. " Joseph Bozer Lieut. " (Bozarth) George McCluer Ensig " James Forker Sergn " Plus many more From the Bozarth Beacon Vol X, No. 4 page 1075 Margaret Mobley has proven Joseph Bozarth for DAR and write to say,--Please let the (family) know and if they need any help through this line they can get in touch with me. I have also proven this line for the Huguenot Society. "WRITE to MARGARET MOBLEY, P.O. Box 233, DOWNING, MO 63536-0233." The Bozorths apparently lived according to the European custom of primogeriture at that time as a deed granted by Joseph, dated Dec. 27,1779, conveyed his holding on Ten Mile Creek, Monongalia County, Virginia, to one James Fitzpatrick, for the sum of 3,000 pounds, a consideruble amount, when it is considered that 50 pounds would buy about 400 acres of that western wilderess land. It is recorded in deed book I C Washington, Pa., althrough the heading of the deed reads Mohongalia County, Va. The index book in which found was book 40, P. 942. DEED Joseph Bozorth to James FitzPatrick Know all me(n) by these Presents that Joseph Bozorth of the County of Monongalia and the State of Virginia for the Consideration of three Thousand Pounds Pens Currency to me in hand Paid the Reced whereof I do acknowledge and myself there with Fully Sarisfyed have bargained and by these Presence do bargain Sell and demise (devise) unto James FitzPatrick of the County and Coloney aforeseaid one messauge and Tract of Land laying and situate on the waters of Tenmile Creek ajoining David Enoch on the one side John Rease, Zophar Ball and Rease Gaddis with all the appurtances thereunto b (e) longing which Land with the appertainances above mentioned I do oblige myself, my Heirs, Executors and administrators to warrant and forever to Defend unto James FitzPatrick, his heirs and assigns the Load of the Soil only Excepted. In Witness whereof I Set my hand and afixed my Seal this 27th Day of December 1779. Joseph Bozorth seal Signed, sealed and Delivered in Present of us------- ---- Isaac Leet, Jnr, John Woolverton, John Davis, John Reynolds Washington County: I do hereby Certify that John Davis came in his proper person Before me (he being a witness to the foregoing instrument of writing) and on his Solemn Oath Did Dispose and Say that he was present and Saw heard Joseph Bozorth Sign, Seal and write the Same According to Law. Sworn before Saml Mason seal Recorded: Oct. 5th A.D. 1786 Thos Stokely Rcord. Washington County, Pennsylvania Deed Book 1 - C, page 163 Jonathan Bozorth, who with his elder brother Joseph, and Joseph's children, migraded from western Pa. to Kentucky in 1780. From the letter of Charles T. Skow dated 1959 Joseph Bozorth died 1790, Nelson County, Virginia, Will 25 May 1790,Probated 14 Dec 1790. Notes for Elizateth ???: Elizateth be came 2nd wife of Veazy Alexander when Joseph Bozarth died in 1790. Children of Joseph Bozarth and Elizateth ??? are: 24 i. James5 Bozarth, born Abt. 1759; died Unknown. + 25 ii. Elizabeth Bozarth, born Abt. 1760 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died March 08, 1828 in Howard County, Missouri. + 26 iii. John (Sheriff) Bozarth, born 1761 in Frederick Conunty, Virginia; died 1836 in Lewis Country, Missouri. + 27 iv. David Bozarth, born 1763 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died February 21, 1843 in Howard County, Missouri. + 28 v. Joseph Jr Bozarth, born 1765 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died November 22, 1832 in Howard County, Missouri. 29 vi. Rhoda Bozarth, born Abt. 1767 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died Unknown. She married Richard Brady April 14, 1792 in Nelson Country, Kentucky; died Unknown. Notes for Rhoda Bozarth: Consent signe by Veazy and Elizabeth Alexander 30 vii. Major William Bozarth, born 1769 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died 1861 in Howard County, Missouri. He married Lydia ??? Abt. 1798; died Unknown. Notes for Major William Bozarth: Notes for Lydia ???: MILITARY RECORDS Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions Washington, July 23, 1918 Bozarth, Lydia Pensioner (1812--14) No. of certificate 2751 Isued July, 1868. May 7th, 1879. Paid $75.00 under act of May 24th, 1878. Colonel P. L. Berry. Address, 1102 Brown St. , Philadelphia. (Widow of Major William Bozarth) + 31 viii. Abner Bozarth, born February 20, 1772 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died February 13, 1818 in Christian County, Kentucky. + 32 ix. Levi Bozarth, born 1775 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died December 07, 1840 in DeKalb County, Tennesse. 33 x. Mehetable Hetty Bozarth, born Abt. 1777; died Abt. 1803. She married Edward Wells February 09, 1802 in Hardin Co., Kentucky; died Unknown. + 34 xi. Jonathan * Bozarth, born February 20, 1780 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died May 16, 1854 in Howard County, Missouri. + 35 xii. Rebecca Bozarth, born Abt. 1784 in Mohongalia Conunty, Virginia; died Abt. 1830 in Schuvler Country, Illinois. + 36 xiii. Israel Bozarth, born 1785 in Nelson County, Virginia, District of Kentucky; died 1859 in Probably New Madrid County, Missouri. 6. John * (Jersey)3 Bozorth (Simon *2, Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart) was born 1714 in Burlington County, New Jersey, and died September 21, 1760 in Nelson County, Kentucky. He married Innocent Borden July 13, 1734, daughter of James Borden and Mary ???. She was born 1716, and died Aft. 1761. Notes for John * (Jersey) Bozorth: This John is called Jersey John brcause he was born in New Jersey. Their were so many Johns, Geneologists gave them different titles to try and keep them straight. Taken from the Bozarth Beacon Page 51 October 1987 Will of John Bozorth From Frederick County Will Book 2, P. 455 Date: 21 Sept. 1760 Children: Joseph to receive 200 acres of land between Elias Garrards and Richard Flekhers. Remaining children (un-named) to share and share alike. Children are young. Executors: Wife: Innocent Bozorth, William Chenaweth and John Chenaweth. Witnesses: John Corbley, David Ruble, and Josiah Springer. Probate Date: 4 Nov. 1760 Children of John Bozorth and Innocent Borden are: + 14 i. Joseph *4 Bozarth, born 1740 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died May 25, 1790 in Nelson County, Virginia or Kentucky. + 15 ii. John (Indian) Bozarth, born 1743 in Probably NJ or Monongalia Co., Va.; died 1832 in Virginia. 16 iii. Louisa Bozarth, born September 04, 1747 in Greene County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown. Notes for Louisa Bozarth: Said to be the first white child born in Monongalia County, Virginia Sept. 4, 1747. + 17 iv. Jonathan Bozorth, born December 13, 1754 in South Ten Mile Creek, Virginia; died September 14, 1830 in Grayson County, Kentucky. 3. Simon *2 Bozorth (Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart) was born 1690 in Poss. Alsace/Lorraine, France, and died February 19, 1753 in Evesham, Burlington County, New Jersey. He married Mary Mason/Marson Abt. 1712, daughter of John Mason/Marson. She was born Abt. 1694, and died Abt. 1749. Notes for Simon * Bozorth: This is from the Bozarth Beacon July 1990 1713 SAMUEL COLES TO SIMON BOZORTH INDENTURE This legal document is the earliest evidence we have of Simon Bozorth being in the colonies. Also, the spelling is definitely BOZORTH. (411) / Coles / to / Bozorth / Deed Book B-B This Indenture made the fifth Day of the Month Called March / In the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirteen BETWEEN / Samuel Coles of the County of Gloucester in the Province of New Jersey Yeoman of the / One Part. and Simon Bozorth of the Township of Eversham in the County of Burlington / and Province afore said. Husbandman of the other part WITNEDETH That the said / Samuel Cole for and in Consideration of the sum of Four Pounds Current Money of the province Aforesd. / To him in hand Paid & Secured by the Simon Bozorth before the Sealing & Delivery of / these presence the Receipt where of he said Samuel Cole Dose hereby Acknowledge From the Bozarth Beacon, July 1987, Simon Bozorth Will of 1749 THIS IS NOT THE COMPLETE WILL I Simon Borsworth of the Township of Evesham and County of Burlington and province of Western Jersey Being at this time in health but Considering the uncertainty of this life and that it is expected for all men once to Dye. I make and ordain this to be my last will and testament makeing nall and void all former wills and testaments and this only to be taken for the same (unreadable) my will is that my just debts be paid by my exector and executors hereafter named: Item I give to my son Thomas five shillings Item I give to my son John five shillings Item I give to my son Samuel all that part of my farm or plantation Item I give to my loveing wife the use and income of the remaining part of the land houses and improvements. Item I give to My daughter Experience a Being in the house Item I give to my wife Mary my house hold goods Item I give to my son Andrew my homested or other part of my ( ) not before bequeathed Item I ( ) to my daughter Elizabeth Springer Item I give to my daughter Mary Longman Item I give to my daughter Experience My loveing wife Mary my Executor and my son Andrew my executor of this my last will and testament in witness Signed Sealed and Delivered SIMON BOZORTH Children of Simon Bozorth and Mary Mason/Marson are: 5 i. Thomas3 Bozorth, born Abt. 1713 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. + 6 ii. John * (Jersey) Bozorth, born 1714 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died September 21, 1760 in Nelson County, Kentucky. 7 iii. Elizabeth Bozorth, born Abt. 1715; died Unknown. She married John Springer September 24, 1733 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. 8 iv. Mary Bozorth, born 1722 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. She married Richard Langman April 24, 1741 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. + 9 v. Samuel Bozorth, born Abt. 1727 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Abt. 1804. 10 vi. Bathsheba Bozorth, born Abt. 1728 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. She married Thomas Simons January 08, 1745/46 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. + 11 vii. Andrew Bozorth, born October 19, 1732 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died February 10, 1812 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 12 viii. Experience Bozorth, born 1735 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. She married Thomas Connor May 22, 1753 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Unknown. Notes for Experience Bozorth: FIRST ACCOUNT OF THE 1779 INDIAN ATTACT ON THE BOZARTH FAMILY from the Bozarth Beacon, Vol 5,No. 3. In 1847, I.D. RUPP, a respected PA historian published short historeies of each PA county in a single volume. At the end of six pages devoted to Greene Co. (established in 1796), RUPP reprinted a letter written in April 1779 (pages 339&340) The folling occurred within or near Greene county, then Westmoreland: "Madam:--I have written to Mr.--------, of your city, an account of an affair betreen a white man and two Indians. I am now about to give you a relation in whech you you will see how a person of your sex acquitted herself in defence of her own life and that of her husband and children. "The lady who is the subject of this story, is named Experience Bozarth. She lives on a creek called Dunkard creek, in the south-west corner of this county. About the middle of March last, two or three families, who were afraid to stay at home, gathered to her house and there stayed---looking on themselves to be safer than when all scattered about at their own houses. "On a certain day, some of the children thus collected came running in from play, in great haste, saying there were ugly red-men. One of the men in the house stepped to the door, where he recived a ball in the side of the brest, which caused him to fall back into the house. The Indian was immediately in on him, and engaged with another man who was in the house. The man tossed the Indian on a bed, and called for a knife to kill him. (Observe, these were all the men that were in tne house.) Now Mrs. Bozarth appears the only help, who not finding a knife at hand, took up a axe that lay by, and with one blow cut out the brains of the Indian. at that instant, (for all was instantaneous,) a second Indian entered the door, and shot the man dead who was engaged with the Indian on the bed. Mrs. Bozarth turned to this second Indian,and with her axe gave him several large cuts, some which let his entrails appear. He bawled out, murder, murder. On this, sundry other Indians, (who had hitherto been fully employed, killing some children out of doors,) came rushing to his relief; the head of one of these Mrs. Bozarth clave in two with her axe, as he stuck it in the door, which laid him flat on the ground. Another snatched hold of the wounded, bellowing fellow, and pulled him out of doors; and Mrs Bozarth, with the assistance of the man who was first shot in the door and by this time a little recovered, shut the door after them, and fastened it, where they kept garrison for several days. "Westmoreland, April 26, 1779 13 ix. Zebulon Bozorth, born Abt. 1748 in Burlington County, New Jersey; died Aft. 1779. 1. Gean (John) *1 Bossard/Bossart was born Abt. 1660 in Alsace/Lorraine, France, and died Unknown. He married Margare Mullerin VonWesthoffen. She died Unknown. Notes for Gean (John) * Bossard/Bossart: The (*) indicates my line through the Bozarth's Ron Engdahl 8837 Douglas Circle Helena, Mt. 59602 Rwengdahl@aol.com I'm updating this information all the time as Cousins give me more information. If you find data that is wrong please let me know. A lot of the information in my Bozarth history came from the BOZARTH BEACON. Gale (Rose) Mark, Editor 3743 South "E" Street Springfield, Or. 97478-6439 Cost is $10.00 for 4 issues (A very good buy) The Bozarth Beacon has been coming out for over 12 years. You can buy the back issues. John Bossard came to Virginia from London with wife and 3 chilren as refugee aboard ship (Peter & Catherine) Capt. by David Perreau to colony of Manakin, Virginia, Sept 20, 1700. From Register of the Qualified Huguenot Ancestors of the National Huguenot Society. Fourth Edition 1995. JEAN BOSSARD m. 24 March 1691 at Strasburg, France to Margaretha Mullerin Von Westhoffen. Came to the James River in Virginia as a French Refugee on the ship Peter & Anthony, 1700 with his wife and three children, Naturalized in Virginia 1705. Children: SIMON BOSARD/BOZORTH; b. Strasbourg, France d. w. 25 September 1749, Burlington, NJ. m. 1712 Mary Marson, In Burlington, NJ. PETER & ANTHONY List of passengers from London to James River in Virginia, being French Refugees imbarqued in the ship ye Peter and Anthony, Galley of London, Daniel Perreau Commander (viz't) 20th of Sept. 1700 1700: Monsieur Je Joux, minister Jean Bossard, sa femme and 3 enfants Jean Morroe (possibly Moreau?) Plus many More This is from "Gayle (Rose) Mark" from the Bozarth Family Genealogy Forum Hi Suzanne, I would like to be able to answer all of your questions concerning Jean Bossard/Bozarth, but I can't and I don't know of anyone at this time that can. In Bozarth Beacon, Volume X, No. 4 I printed an article stating in part.."The entry in the 1995 edition of the Register of Qualified Huguenot Ancestors is in error and without documentation." and goes on to say "While Johann Boussart, burgher of Strasbourg (husband of Margaretha Muller) MAYBE the Jean Bossard who arrived in VA via England 9 years later this is still only conjecture on the part of serious researchers. The Date and Birth & marriage of Simon Bozorth is undocumented as are the names of his parents." As for Henry Bossard a paper written by Ted W. Bozarth (longtime Bozarth researcher and Associate Editor for Bozarth Beacon) states Henry Bossard, Sr. was identified as son of Jean Bossard by The Huguenot Soc. of America. Other ref. Henry Bozart, Berkeley Co., VA, Henry Busard, Hampshire Co.,PA, Henry Bossard taxed Berks Co, PA 1780, Rudolph Bossart also taxed same place, Henry Bossard (c1740-1791) died Westmoreland Co., PA . The name seems to have taken on many spellings. I also have a FGS for a Phillip Bossard b. ca 1706 Alsace Germany, d. Hamilton Twp. PA, children: Melchior, Christina, Henry and three others unnamed. It's hard to say how Bossard came to be pronounced or spelled Bozorth/Bozarth. I understand in the Pines of NJ it is pronounced Beaushure. I hope I'm right on that. Immigrants speaking poor English might have contributed to the spelling. I would be happy to see anyone else's explanation. Contact me by e-mail if you would like copies of what I have concerning Henry Bossard. Gayle, Editor Bozarth Beacon Children of Gean Bossard/Bossart and Margare VonWesthoffen are: + 2 i. Caleb2 Bozarth, died Unknown. + 3 ii. Simon * Bozorth, born 1690 in Poss. Alsace/Lorraine, France; died February 19, 1753 in Evesham, Burlington County, New Jersey.
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