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Bohners of PA->TN any relation?
Posted by: Brant Date: June 28, 2001 at 09:07:01
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Would anyone know of a link to the following family:
Baptised at the Klinger Reformed Church in PA (I believe in Dauphin)....
Henrich Bohner and wife Catharina bapt.:
**dau. Maria Margreth 2/12/1790
**son Michael 9/21/1793
**son Johan Henrich 12/16/1795

There also was another Bohner family that attended the same church for a time, but was of a different line.
My Henrich Bohner, or Henry Boner, fought in the Revolutionary War joining the York Co., PA militia. He and his son Johan Henrich moved to middle TN in 1803. He is found listed as Henry Boner in the 1790 Lancaster Co., PA census.
Henrich was said to be the son of immigrants and had a 'Dutch' (Deutch?) bible. He was also said to be 'Black Dutch.'
Any help is appreciated.

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