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  • ID: I450
  • Name: Susannah "Susan" Boone
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 8 MAR 1806 in St. Charles Co., Missouri
  • Death: ABT 1837 in Randolph Co., Arkansas 1
  • Note: 2 2

    another source says: Death : ABT. 1837 Pocahontas, Randolph Co., Arkansas; another source says d. bet 1834 and 1838.

    Susan's daughter, Sarah VanBibber, born 1832 in MO. She married Alsa Woodward November 23, 1848 in Greene Co., MO; born 1828 in KY.
    . . The second Joseph [Van Bibber] married Susan Boone, daughter of Nathan and Olive Van Bibber Boone. James was orphaned at age 13 (Sarah, orphaned when she was 9) and then lived with his grandparents, Nathan and Olive Van Bibber Boone. He marri ed, in 1854, Caroline Staly, daughter of Alfred and Lucinda (Brower) Staley. They had two children, Alfred and Laura.
    [aka: Susan (Susannah) Boone]

    The (following) letter to Nathan Boone Van Bibber is almost illegible, again due to the limitations of copy making at the time I received it.

    This is an attempt at deciphering it.

    Nichols Mo.
    January 8th 1898
    N. B. Van Bibber
    Charlestown W. Va.

    Dear Sir:
    I got what I supposed to be your address by reading a piece in the St. Louis Republican, concerning a gun which Daniel Boone gave to Matthias Tice Van Bibber, who I suppose, from statements in said paper, was your grandfather. My father was bor n in Greenbriar County , Now W. Va., in 1797, and was a son of James Van Bibber-


    My mother was a daughter of Nathan Boone and Olive Van Bibber Boone, my mother and father being first cousins.


    My Grandfather Van Bibber had a brother Tice so I suppose we must be (illegible)

    My object in writing is (illegible, "learning"?) something of my ancestors in (rest of sentence illegible, possibly "Moan W. Va.")

    I learned that there is a book in the (illegible word) in Va. giving a history of Daniel Boone and Van Bibbers crossing the mountains on their trip moving west-- If there is such a book or any history that will give any account of our ancestors pl ease let me know where I can get one and what it will cost and I will send the necessary amount at once.

    Will write more if I hear from you.
    Respectfully,
    James D. Van Bibber
    Nichols, Greene County
    Missouri"

    SUSANNAH BOONE (MY ANCESTOR) - MARRIED JOSEPH VAN BIBBER

    SUSAN'S BIRTH - Mar. 8, 1806

    MARRIED JOSEPH VAN BIBBER - MAR. 18, 1827 IN ST. CHARLES, MO. (JOSEPH WAS JAMES VAN BIBBER'S SON - JAMES WAS OLIVE'S BROTHER) SUSANNAH AND JOSEPH WERE 1ST COUSINS

    Be it remembered that on the eighteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand and eight hundred and twenty seven, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by law, one of the justices of the peace in and for the County aforesai d I joined in the Holy State of Matrimony according to law, Joseph Vanbibber and Susan Boone as man and wife. Given under my hand and Seal this 19th day of March 1827.

    T. D. Stephenson

    Filed for Record 4th April 1827 and recorded same day.

    Wm Christy Jr.

    Saint Charles County, Missouri Marriage Book 1807 - 1854, Page #7.

    From the files of the late Earl Quintrell
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    Nathan Boone Home in Ash Grove - Could have been the writing of Nathan's granddaughter, Sarah, daughter of Susan Boone who died young. Sarah was raised by Nathan and Olive from a young age, perhaps as young as 6 or 7, on the Ash Grove homestead .
    A youthful carver's alphabet -- one of the small grace notes of history. Photo by B. H. Rucker.
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    Father: Nathan Boone b: 2 MAR 1781 in Boones Station, Fayette Co., Kentucky
    Mother: Olive Van Bibber b: 13 JAN 1783 in Greenbrier Co., (W) Virginia

    Marriage 1 Joseph Van Bibber b: 1 JAN 1797 in Greenbrier Co., Virginia
    • Married: 18 MAR 1827 in St. Charles Co., Missouri
    • Note: marr. by T. D. Stephenson
    Children
    1. Has Children James D. Van Bibber b: 3 MAY 1828 in Liberty, Clay Co., Missouri
    2. Has Children Letitia Van Bibber b: 2 DEC 1829 in Clay Co., Missouri
    3. Has Children Sarah Van Bibber b: MAY 1837 in Arkansas

    Sources:
    1. Type: Web Site
      Title: Past and Present Greene Co., Missouri
      URL: http://198.209.8.166/sheproom/history/Past&Present/vanbibbj.html
    2. Type: Web Site
      Title: Van Bibber Pioneers Electronic Newsletter
      URL: http://www.zoomnet.net/~blogan/v03n04.html
      Date: February 1999
      URL: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~blogan/v03n11.html
      Date: Volume 3, Number 11 September 1999
      URL: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~blogan/v05n10.html
      Date: Volume 5, Number 10 August 2002
      URL: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~blogan/v6n5.html
      Date: Volume 6, Number 5 March 2003 v6n5.doc
      Date: Misc. Volumes
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