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Genealogy:Bozarth Information
Posted by: Jessica Underwood on Sep 25 2008 09:55
The Bozarths have been quite a puzzle for me. I have a copy of a book that was put together regarding the Bozarth family. The trouble is, a lot of the information in it is innaccurate. Family myth got passed down through generations and was believed to be the truth. For example, John and Johnathon Bozarth (brothers) are said to have come over from France to "assist in the Revolution". This is completely untrue. They were children when they came to America with their father. I spent hours taking all of the information out of the book, and writing it down to organize it and make sense of it. The book is by no means in any organized fashion. It is merely copies of letters written by family members about what they remember about their direct ancestors. Even some of this information is wrong, one person thought their grandmother's name was Temperance, but that was actually their grandmother's sister's name. I sorted a lot of it, but still have some people tha...

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Genealogy:Babcock information
Posted by: Jessica Underwood on Mar 25 2008 17:11
Most of the information on the Babcock's has come from the book "Babcocks: from whence we come", compiled by Delores Babcock McClesky, published in 1973. My grandmother has a copy of it, and loaned it to me for family research. Of course, some of the family members were still living when the book was compiled, so I have only so far found death dates mainly for the people who died in this county. There is a large amount of information available online through the library on local history, families, etc.
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