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One of the best places to get information on the BOZARTHS is the BOZARTH BEACON. Its been put out for over 12 years and you can buy the back issues. It cost $10.00 per year. 4 volume per year. The Editor is Gayle (Rose) Mark, 3743 South "E" Street, Springfield, Or. 97478-6439. The contents are family group sheet, ahnentafel, obituaries, queries and story on the Bozarth/Bozorths. I sent a letter to her and recived all the back issues on my line of the Bozarth all the way back to the first Bozarth, Gean (John) Bossard/Bossar. JEAN BOSSARD m. 24 March 1691 at Strasburg, France to Margaretha Mullerin Von Westhoffen. Came to the James River in Virginia as a French Refugee on the ship Peter & Anthony, 1700 with his wife and three children, Naturalized in Virginia 1705. Children: SIMON BOSARD/BOZORTH; b. Strasbourg, France d. w. 25 September 1749, Burlington, NJ. m. 1712 Mary Marson, In Burlington, NJ.