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Re: Gean Bossard & Margaretha Mullin
Posted by: John Terrell Bozarth Date: October 24, 2001 at 05:21:28
In Reply to: Re: Gean Bossard & Margaretha Mullin by Christie Higgs of 915

You never know where that John Terrell Bozarth is going to turn up. The letters I received about Johann Boussart(I think that's how they spelled it)and Margaretha Mullerin(that is how they spelled it)were simply all that could be found in an area that family myth says they might have come from. Although this makes for fun speculation; the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes; the Dutch free state under William and Mary; Huguenots serving William and getting passage to America on such ships as the Peter and Anthony; the Bossards arriving in Manakin, VA, 9/20/1700 on the Peter and Anthony,and other clues to the mystery, the letters themselves prove nothing. And, I am serious about my family's genealogy. That is why I take such issue with people who spout from the Horn Papers and talk about Creaux Bozarth. Further: there is not letter about a "Gean." The name from the Peter and Anthony is primarily Jean, and Mullin is an Irish name Margaretha would have been Mullerin or Muellerin, a germanic form of the English "Miller."

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