The Dayton Metro Library has a genealogy collection that includes four Booher/Boogher/Bucher books:
Booher Heritage & Associated Families, 1991, W.S. Booher
Booher Family History Horizons, 1976, W.S. Booher
Henry & Elizabeth Booher Family, 1969, Walter B. Booher
Family Record of David Lehman Booher & Elizabeth Nutts, 1956, Mary Palmer Philips
at least one of these has information on John Crull and Salome Booker/Boogher Crull....
try these links for help with the cemetery locations... note that Forney is near Forney road at the top left of the map, but they left the name off the map (it's where the little cross is in section 8), scroll down to see some general directions below the maps....
haven't been to either one of these my self, so not sure how big they are... they Dayton library may have published listings of these... at least I think maybe I've seen one for Eversole...
1881 is a little late for cholera around here.... if it was an epidemic that killed the children, maybe typhoid or yellow fever?
some wills, death records, and most obits are available at the Dayton library... most/much of what is at the Montgomery county records center in downtown Dayton is on microfilm at the Dayton library...
I show John Crull (m. Salome Booher) as one of five children of Peter and Elizabeth Crull, but have no dates or locations for Peter and Elizabeth.... I show John was born in Pennsylvania and Salome in Washington Co, Maryland. I list eight children of John and Salome.... I have a little info on descendants of their son, Henry, but little else on the other children.
There's also some mention of John and Salome in a couple of the county histories I think.... if I've transcribed any of it, I'll send it along when I'm home again.
oh... the Dayton library has some restricted hours in the local history room due to budget cuts.... you can check the hours at www.daytonmetrolibrary.org... there's also a link there to the historical obit index (HOBITS).... it's somewhere under electronic resources or databases or just google "HOBITS"
steve koons, dayton, ohio
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