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Re: Johannes (John), Jacob and John Buchner
Posted by: Maryellen Rogers (ID *****0382) Date: July 03, 2003 at 16:25:14
In Reply to: Re: Johannes (John), Jacob and John Buchner by Walter Steven Pray of 99

Thanks for the most informative reply. I was very interested in this family. But I am afraid my Jacob Boughner is not directly of this family. But I would not be surprise if they are related, somehow. My Jacob was born Aug 21, 1766 in Penn, Married Moicah Hull. They moved to Milton, Wayne County, Ind. , and Jacob died Oct. 18, 1845 and both are buried in the Franklin Cemetery, Milton, Wayne County, Ind. Their son Martin was born in Schuykill County, Penn. May 16, 1795. Martin married Cathrine Swallow in Hunterdon County New Jersey on Jan 10, 1824. First they moved to New york state, and then to Michigan. They are buried in the North Farmington Cementery. Martin died June 17, 1887 in West Bloomfield, Mich.
My Jacob and Moicah Bouners children were
Martin born May 16, 1795- (My Great Grandfather)
Anna (Mrs. William White)
Margaret (Mrs. Aarpm Sutton)
Abraham
Richard
Aaron
Catherine (Mrs. Jacob Boyer)
Loretta (Mrs. Amos Clark)
John


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