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Re: Hi to all my BOZORTH family members!
Posted by: Cee Strong Date: April 05, 2001 at 23:36:38
In Reply to: Re: Hi to all my BOZORTH family members! by Craig M. BOZORTH of 915

CUZ Craig,

You will find that the Bozarth line is a family with deep religious roots, risking their lives to practice that religion. Eventually coming to America on September 20, 1700. Welcome to this website where you will find many cousins. If you are, or want to be a serious researcher, I recommend that you e-mail Gayle Rose Mark, editor of a family research periodical called Bozarth Beacon (very inexpensive). Her address is

The 2001 family reunion is not coming together well at the site that would be perfect for such a gathering, but the David Lyon's book is ready for publication. I am currently negotiating with publishers.

I didn't find your dad in the book, but his ancestors are most certainly there. I have come to believe that most all Bozarth's in America have a single alpha American, Simon Bozarth, one of three children of Jean Bossard.

I am aware of another Bozarth identified in the deep south, but he had no children.

Talk to your mother, at length. She may know (or recall by discussion) important information like birthdays, place of birth, place of marriage, mother and fathers name, names of siblings, etc.

Good luck to you.



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