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I have been doing Bozarth research since 1976 and although I will be the first to admit if proven wrong, I sincerely belive that the Horne Papers, Baron DeKalb, and Creaux Bozarth stories are all hocus pocus. What I do know is that Jean Bossard(&various spellings)with wife and three children did land near Manakin, VA in Sept. 1700; that Jean was naturalized in Virginia in 1705; that the next we hear is of Simon Bozarth in Burlington County, NJ married to Mary Marson; next generation, John Bozarth married to Innocent Borden; next generation Jonathan and Joseph with Joseph married to a woman named Elizabeth. Then for my line, the second youngest son of Joseph and Elizabeth, Levi Bozarth married to Sarah Pierce; next generation, Levi Bozarth married to Sarah Allen; next generation, Nathan Brown Bozarth married to Mattie Martin; next generation, Samuel Cornelius Bozarth married to Lela Ann Buchanan; next generation, Terrell Hollis Bozarth married to Eleanor Louise Bozarth; next generation, me. I know that there were three children of Jean. I know that there were other children of the other generations, Simon, John, Jonathan, etc., but the times and places of the Horne Papers, Baron DeKalb, and Creaux Bozarth just to not fit into the so-far proven locations and chronology. My challenge to the rest of the family is, prove me wrong. The more actual information, the better. All the best.