Still looking for information on this family. Early variations are Crosier/Crozier/Cozier. Later standardized into Crosier:
Nicholas b. NJ 1813, d. OH 1873. Father might be John Crosier/Crozier/Cozier, not the Revolutionary War Lt. There is a John Cozier in 1820 Clermont County with a male of the correct age to be Nicholas. Nothing more is known about John, his wife or their children.
Nicholas married in 1838 Clermont County Eliza Boggess b. OH 1823, d. abt. 1893, daughter of Samuel Boggess and Elizabeth Davis. Eliza is said to be living in Kansas in 1875. If she is, she may have remarried. The only censuses I have found Nicholas and Eliza in are 1850 and 1870. In 1860 the whole family is conspicuously missing.
Fifteen children all born in OH.
Samuel Boggess 1838-1903 OH m. Lucinda/Louisa Bollen
George P. 1848
Margaret Josephine 1842-abt 1910 IA m. Alexander Dunn
Daniel A. 1844-abt 1910 IA not married
Eliza J. 1848
Bertha A. 1850
Charlotte Albertine 1850-abt 1912 NE m. Edward Fry
Andrew Mifflin 1853-1929 WA not married
William 1854-1871 OH not married
Georgia E. 1856
Mary Elizabeth 1857
Thomas N. 1860-1942 WA m. Ida M. Unknown
Joseph D. Hatfield 1962-1938 NE not married
Anna F. 1863-abt. 1940 MO? married Unknown Fauble
Edwin Marsh 1864-1953 NE m. Flora Earl
Edwin is my great-grandfather. The rest of his siblings along with Nicholas and John are several of my brick walls that are rapidly turning into black holes. Any information greatly appreciated. Willing to share what info I have.
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