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Re: Simon Bozarth,Bosard,Bossard,Bosorth,
Posted by: Brian Partin Date: September 24, 1999 at 19:13:34
In Reply to: Re: Simon Bozarth,Bosard,Bossard,Bosorth, by Brian Partin of 915

We are connected to Aaron Bozarth (b.1770/75). During our contacts with Bozarth researchers over the years one of them told us that he had written to the French Ambassador in France in 1938 at the French Information Center in NY. The reply he received indicated the "th" in the name made it an impossibility to be French. He suggested that the name might really be English, as it is sometimes spelled Bozworth as well as Bozorth, Bosher, Boshier, Bozure, etc. Do you have any thoughts on this?

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