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Re: Bozemans of Muscogee
Posted by: pat killian (ID *****8372) Date: March 14, 2003 at 05:03:48
In Reply to: Re: Bozemans of Muscogee by Rosie Morein Wells of 573

Rosie:

Thank you for checking. I am currently trying to figure if any of the Bozemans in Shelby County, are related to me. Are you familiar with any of the other Bozemans of Birmingham or Shelby County, Al.

I have Edward Bozeman in 1834 marrying Permelia Collins Pike County, Georgia.
I haven't found them again until 1860 with 3 children.
William H. born about 1847. Merriwether County CSA document
Edward P born about 1849 born Georgia
Hardy W. born 1851 born Georgia
I just knew there had to be more kids between 1835-1860. It just sounds logical, either they died or married. Recently I found Nancy born about 1845-6, who had married moved to Eufaula, Ala or married in Eufaula,Al. I haven't found a marriage license. That would atleast give me a clue as to where these folks had been for 25 years! Edward apparently died between 1860-1880. I lost the family in 1870 but they were in the 1880 Shelby County, Alabama census, where my great grand mother was born.
They may have come to Shelby County with Nancy and her husband Edward Benjamin McSweeny, who also lived there.
I know families moved together, therefore, I trying to determine if the other Bozemans in Shelby County could be brothers to Edward or children of Edward and Permelia.



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