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  • ID: I03326
  • Name: Jonathan BOZARTH 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Title: Captian
  • Birth: 13 DEC 1754 in So. Ten Mile Creek, Monongalia Co., VA 1 2
  • Death: 14 SEP 1830 in Grayson County, KY 1 2
  • Burial: UNKNOWN Bozarth Family Cemetery Cave Hill Gayson County 1 2
  • Change Date: 1 JAN 1996 1 2
  • Reference Number: 3326
  • Note:
    [Vanzant.FTW]

    Jonathan Bozorth married Mary Hargus in 1779, whose family lived on Hargus Creek, on the south side of Ten Mile Creek, opposite the general Bozorth area. John and Mary came to the Falls of the Ohio (present area of Louisville, Kentucky) from
    their home on South Ten Mile Creek, old Monongalia County, Virginia, now Green County, Pennsylvania, in 1781. Jonathan Bozorth was a Rev. war soldier, serving as a private from September 1776 to September 1779.

    MILITARY RECORDS
    Department of the Interior
    Bureau of Pensiona
    Washington, July 23, 1918

    C.A. Bozarth
    416 Washington Street,
    Cedar Falls, Iowa.
    Sir:
    In response to your letter daded the 11th instant, you are avised that from the papers in the claim R. File No. 1,047 Revolutionary War, it appears that Jonathan Bozarth was allowed pension on his application executed September 22, 1823, while
    in resident of Grayson Country, Kentucky.
    He stated that he enlisted in September 1776, in Captain John Wilson's Company, Colonel Aeneas Mackey's Pennsylvania Regiment, and served three years, during which time he was in skirmishes at Woolbridge, Boundbrook and Broadhead and in General
    Mc Intosh's Campain against Indians.
    Soldier was born December 13, 1754, and he married in Virginia to Mary Hargis, who was born November 22, 1761, the date of the marriage is not stated, but the following children are referred to. Elizabeth and Sally born prior to November 1783,
    John and Jeremiah born prior to St. Clair's Defeat, (1791) Polly and Eli.
    Soldier died September 14, 1830, and his widow Mary, died January 11, 1839,Leaving five children only, surviving her: Sally Shaw, John Bozarth, Jeremiah Bozarth, Polly Brown and Eli Bozarth.
    Very respectfully,
    E.C. Thieman
    Acting Commimioner
    Being a Virginian, even tho he fought in a Pennsylvania Regiment, entitled him to a Virginia grant in Kentucky Which he took in the Leitchfield area. Jonathan Bozorth, who with his elder brother Joseph, and Joseph's children, migraded from
    western Pa. to Kentucky in 1780.
    Jonathan received 560 acres at Cave Springs, Grayson Co. KY for his military service.[ajsmith.FTW]

    [Vanzant.FTW]

    Jonathan Bozorth married Mary Hargus in 1779, whose family lived on Hargus Creek, on the south side of Ten Mile Creek, opposite the general Bozorth area. John and Mary came to the Falls of the Ohio (present area of Louisville, Kentucky) from
    their home on South Ten Mile Creek, old Monongalia County, Virginia, now Green County, Pennsylvania, in 1781. Jonathan Bozorth was a Rev. war soldier, serving as a private from September 1776 to September 1779.

    MILITARY RECORDS
    Department of the Interior
    Bureau of Pensiona
    Washington, July 23, 1918

    C.A. Bozarth
    416 Washington Street,
    Cedar Falls, Iowa.
    Sir:
    In response to your letter daded the 11th instant, you are avised that from the papers in the claim R. File No. 1,047 Revolutionary War, it appears that Jonathan Bozarth was allowed pension on his application executed September 22, 1823, while
    in resident of Grayson Country, Kentucky.
    He stated that he enlisted in September 1776, in Captain John Wilson's Company, Colonel Aeneas Mackey's Pennsylvania Regiment, and served three years, during which time he was in skirmishes at Woolbridge, Boundbrook and Broadhead and in General
    Mc Intosh's Campain against Indians.
    Soldier was born December 13, 1754, and he married in Virginia to Mary Hargis, who was born November 22, 1761, the date of the marriage is not stated, but the following children are referred to. Elizabeth and Sally born prior to November 1783,
    John and Jeremiah born prior to St. Clair's Defeat, (1791) Polly and Eli.
    Soldier died September 14, 1830, and his widow Mary, died January 11, 1839,Leaving five children only, surviving her: Sally Shaw, John Bozarth, Jeremiah Bozarth, Polly Brown and Eli Bozarth.
    Very respectfully,
    E.C. Thieman
    Acting Commimioner
    Being a Virginian, even tho he fought in a Pennsylvania Regiment, entitled him to a Virginia grant in Kentucky Which he took in the Leitchfield area. Jonathan Bozorth, who with his elder brother Joseph, and Joseph's children, migraded from
    western Pa. to Kentucky in 1780.
    Jonathan received 560 acres at Cave Springs, Grayson Co. KY for his military service.




    Father: John BOZARTH b: 1714 in New Jersey
    Mother: Innocent BORDEN

    Marriage 1 Mary HARGIS b: 22 NOV 1761 in Virginia
    • Married: 1779 in Monongalia Co., Va now Green Co., PA 1
    Children
    1. Has No Children Elizabeth BOZARTH b: 1781 in VA
    2. Has No Children Sarah "Sally" BOZARTH b: 1783
    3. Has Children John BOZARTH b: 2 OCT 1785
    4. Has Children Jeremiah BOZORTH b: 21 JUN 1787 in Nelson County, KY
    5. Has No Children Mary "Polly" BOZARTH b: 1791 in Nelson or Hardin Co., KY
    6. Has No Children William Hargis BOZARTH b: 1796 in Hardin Co., KY
    7. Has No Children Eli BOZARTH b: 23 JAN 1800 in Ohio Co., KY

    Sources:
    1. Title: Vanzant.FTW
      Repository:
      Media: Other
      Text: Date of Import: Mar 12, 2003
    2. Title: ajsmith.FTW
      Repository:
      Media: Other
      Text: Date of Import: 22 Jan 2005

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