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Re: Bowsher and Warner families of Ohio
Posted by: Kay Bowsher Date: February 16, 2000 at 20:06:33
In Reply to: Bowsher and Warner families of Ohio by Sherryl Evans of 89

Sherryl I have great news for you. In searching my volume of THE BOUCHER FAMILY (Bowsher, Bauscher Bausher, Bousher) page 325, I find that Mary Adaline Bowsher is listed as Adaline who married Gilbert Warner and there is a listing of the children without birthdays, so your query is helpful for me in that respect. I was visitng another web site and found that a cousin had sent to the LDS and got a microfilm copy of this book. My brother made arrangements with Bowling Green State Univ. in Bowling Green, OH to have the book microfilmed last year. It is out of print as the original was published in 1917. We had it reprinted in 1976 and included some supplements and index but all those books are gone.
Mary was the daughter of Samuel(familiarly known as "Squire" Bowsher)Bowsher and apparently his second wife Christine Mohr. His remaining years were spent on a farm near Cassville, MO. Samuel 4 (Isaac 3, William 2, Daniel 1)
We have been working for many years to update the book, but still need a lot of the blanks filled in. Looks as if you might be able to help us in this area.
My email is
You also happen to be related to the author of the book, Franklin Burkhardt as he is descended from a daughter of the Squire, just as you are.
Please keep in touch.
Kay Bowsher

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