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Re: Looking for Bozarth's 1700 to 1800
Posted by: Celia I Strong Date: July 06, 2000 at 09:01:32
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Bozarth's 1700 to 1800 by Robert Zurcher of 993

My Dear Cousin Robert,

Do I ever have a surprise for you. Your Joseph Bozarth is also my Joseph Bozarth, Sr.

He did have siblings.

He and Elizabeth had a large family and we have hundreds and hundreds of living cousins.

Joseph was a Revolutionary War Patriot and if you meet the documented requirements of Sons of the American Revolution you can become a member of SAR.

If you are a family researcher, the Bozarth Beacon that you mentioned, is a MUST and a bargin too.

There is an awesome Family Genealogy book that will be out this year. Unlike some family books, it is the kind and quality book that you will be proud to display. If you want to check and be sure your branch of the family is included contact Dave Lyon (a descendent of the Veazy-Bozarth reunion you discussed in your message). I have seen a draft of Dave's Book and you will want such a legacy on your shelf. And it will save you hundreds of dollars and thousands of hours in research of the Bozarth Family.

There is also a "2001 Bozarth (etc) Collective Family Convention" coming up next year and you can find out more about it at

I am sure happy to meet another cousin.



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