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Boyer-Stewart and related families

by Sandra Elaine Heppes Mumah
Books/Monographs
English
Portland, Oregon : S.E.H. Mumah, 1999
36, [8] leaves.

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The Boyer line begins with George Bohrer, Sr. who appeared in the Ohio census in Fayette County in 1820. His son, George Bohrer, Jr. (1776-1832) was born in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. He married Mary Tallman (b. 1780) in 1797 in Frederick County, Virginia. In 1799, they moved to Ohio. Traces some of their descendants. The Stewart line begins with James Stewart who was born ca. 1740 in Northern Ireland. He immigrated to America with his brothers, William and Archibald, to Penn's Colony in the 1700's. He married Mary Sheppard in 1772 at the Greenwich Meeting, Salem Co., New Jersey. They lived in New Jersey then Pennsylvania. Traces some of their descendants. Descendants and relatives lived in Indiana, Ohio and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Harlan, Noffsinger, Tillson, Adams, Archer, Beery, Bohrer, Boyer, Carter, Crumrine, Hammons, Mangas, Ripp, Robbins, Schricker, Smith, Stewart, Teegarden, Warren, Wright and related families.

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