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From: "Pat Mulso" <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] Bowman Royer Warner Hoerner?
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 21:43:43 -0500
I am from Ohio and my Great, great , great grandparents lived near Salem, Oh
and their was a John Warner that lived near by. I believe he owned land in
Randolph Twp., Montgomery Co., OH, which is where Salem was located. I have
some information that came from a Warner genealogy that included some of my
family from that area, I 'll try to find it and see if I see any connection
to the names you have mentioned.
Pat Beck Mulso
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Sent: Saturday, April 28, 2001 2:26 PM
Subject: [BRE] Bowman Royer Warner Hoerner?
> I'm trying to find first names for sisters. For that matter, I'm not
> sure of the family name:
> McLouth KS Times 6/21/1895: "John Warner and wife from near Salem, Ohio,
> have been here some time visiting her sister, Mrs. Barbara Bowman. They
> Mrs. Bowman went to Osawkie to visit another sister, Mrs. John Royer, and
> three sisters came back here and have been enjoying a pleasant visit among
> I have a Barbara Ellen "Ella" Bowman b 9/25/1864 Perry Co. (Carrol Twp)
> died 6 August 1864 according to the Bowman family Bible. Can't be her.
> I have a Barbara G. Hoerner who married Rev. Abraham L. Bowman. This
> Barbara was born 26 July 1824 and died 6 April 1906 at McLouth. They
> in Sangamon County, IL 1875-1880. She seems most likely to be the Mrs.
> Barbara Bowman I'm looking for. Her husband died in 1887 at McLouth.
> However, the married names of her sisters don't seem to quite match.
> If she (Barbara Hoerner Bowman) is d/o Andrew Hoerner Jr. and Susanna
> the sisters I have for her are Anna Hoerner b 1830 m. Samuel Warner; Lydia
> Hoerner b 3/9/1821 m. Cornelius Kreider b 26 Apr 1813; Susannah G. Hoerner
> 11 May 1833 m. Christ Shelley; Mary Hoerner (twin to Barbara) b. 21 July
> m. Emmanuel Baulmer b Feb 13 1729. There's also supposed to be a brother,
> John G. Hoerner b June 1827 in PA. No info on marriage for him.
> The Jefferson County KS tombstone inscription book shows 4 John Royers,
> of whom is buried in Ozawkie: John Royer b 10 April 1817 d July 21 1901;
> actually he apparently is a duplicate of a John Royer with the same dates
> listed as "Unknown" for cemetery. (There are also 3 Royer children buried
> Ozawkie Cem., all of them dying at less than 3 years of age.) But, alas,
> nobody identifed as wife of John Royer...
> So, am I trying to mix two different families? Did one of the sisters
> I can easily convince myself that the paper goofed on the first name of
> Warner, or that our family histories did. But Shelley & Kreider &
> just don't sound like Royer...... Anyway, I'm hoping somebody will
> recognize Barbara's siblings.
> Jan T
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