I think we have a different George Bohrer in the same state.I was hoping your George might be the father or connected to my George V. Bohrer but now I don't think so.
Name: George V. BOHRER, 4881
Birth: 15 May 1819 Bavaria
Death: 24 Dec 1904 at home near Belleflower, Montgomery Co., Missouri
Burial: aft 24 Dec 1904 Union Chapel Cem., N & W of Bellflower, Montgomery Co., Missouri
Occupation: 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900-farmer
Religion: Brush Creek Congregation C. P. Church
Father: George BOHRER, 22576 (-1880)
Mother: Katherine RIFFLEMARCHER, 22577 (-1877)
Marriage: 30 Mar 1842 Brown Co., Ohio
Spouse: Nancy Ann MOORE, 4880
Birth: 6 Sep 1828 Brown Co., Ohio
Death: 26 Aug 1873-78 Montgomery Co., Missouri
Burial: aft 26 Aug 1873-78 Union Chapel Cem., N & W of Bellflower, Montgomery Co., Missouri
Occupation: 1870-keeping house
Father: Samuel G. MOORE, 273 (~1802-1882)
Mother: Mary “Polly” COWAN, 4873 (1806-<1867)
1 F: Catharine BOHRER, 19426
Birth: 18 Feb 1843 Ohio
Death: 11 Feb 1911
2 F: Mary Estaline BOHRER, 19427
Birth: 2 Oct 1845 Ohio
Spouse: Lyman or Liman HALL, 15711
3 F: Nancy Elizabeth BOHRER, 4882
Birth: 16 Dec 1847 Ohio
Death: 29 Dec 1921
4 F: Margaret Emily BOHRER, 19428
Birth: 6 Mar 1850 Ohio
Death: Feb 1920
Spouse: John H. R(H)ODECKER, 22567
5 F: Ella Ann Eliza(beth) BOHRER, 19429
Birth: 3 Jul 1852 Ohio
Death: 8 Jul 1879 Montgomery Co., Missouri
6 F: Zerlinna Day BOHRER, 19425
Birth: 16 Apr 1856 Illinois
Spouse: Walter BLACK, 22566
7 F: Henrietta "Ettie" BOHRER, 19431
Birth: 6 Dec 1858 Illinois
Death: 14 May 1893 Montgomery Co., Missouri
8 M: Charles Sumnar BOHRER, 19432
Birth: 9 Feb 1863 Illinois
Death: 30 Apr 1954
Spouse: Lucy Emma HOGSETT, 19570
Notes for George V. BOHRER
Marriage Book of Brown Co., Ohio, page 12F-145.
Letter dated 25 Jul 1994 from Mrs. Dorothy W. Strong; 3150 Grove St.; Baker City, OR 97814-2169; and Mrs. Patricia R. Donaldson; 45 Carrington Drive; Georgetown, Ohio 45121-9429.
Marriage:George N. Bohrer to Nancy Ann Moore 30 March 1842 by Jesse H. Lockhart, Mg.
"History of Brown Co., Ohio" by William H. Beers;Page 546 - Franklin Township.
George Bohrer built a steam saw mill on the farm now owned by Jacob Bohrer.He sold half of his interest to Samuel G. Moore and about 1836-1847 they moved it to where InsKeep's Mill now stands.Moore sold his half to Lemuel Postlewaite and in 1845 Job and Fountain InsKeep bought Postlewaite's interest and ran the mill in company with Bohrer until 1847 when the InsKeeps bought his half.
SOURCE-PROBABLE WITNESS FOR FATHER-IN-LAW:
Brown Co., Ohio Deeds; V-20:544; 5 Jun 1845.From PatriciaR. Donaldson; 45 Carrington Drive; Georgetown, Ohio 45121-9429.
S. G. Moore-Frederick C. Bohrer.Undivided 1/2 interest it being a lot on which a said mill is erected, 1/2 of which is the property of S. G. Moore --- Bohrer leased to Moore for 99 years, more or less, as the same shall be needed for a sawmill or any kind of machinery --- then to revert back to Bohrer.
Wit.:Geo. Bohrer, Henry Strait.
NOTE:Is this witness Geo. Bohrer, Nancy Ann Moore's husband?
From PatriciaR. Donaldson; 45 Carrington Drive; Georgetown, Ohio 45121-9429.
George Bohrer vs SAMUEL G. MOORE, et al - chancery - [17:149,251], cause dismissed 17 August 1847"
NOTE: Question -- are these our Samuel G. Moore and George Bohrer?
SOURCE-DAUGHTER-BROTHER IN LAW:
From The National Archives - Cert. No. 812831;
Pensioner:Mary A., Widow of Veteran:William W. Moore - Can No: 62287; Bundle No: 14.General Affidavit - State of California, County of San Diego.
Nancy E. Bohrer, age 68, of 1540 Fifth Street, San Diego, County of San Diego, California; in the matter of application for pension of Mary A. Moore, widow of William W. Moore, late of Co. D. 65th Regt. Illinois Vol. Infantry signed the following statement:
"Her relationship to said William W. Moore, was niece, he being her Uncle.Her recollection of said William W. Moore, began when she was about five years old.Said William W. Moore was never married before his marriage to Mary A. Moore.Said William W. Moore and Mary A. Moore lived together up to the date of his death.Said William W. Moore and Mary A. Moore were never divorced during his life time.Lived within 85 miles of them a number of years and after change of residence heard of them from time to time. Also visited with them in 1904."
Signed:Nancy E. Bohrer.Dated 7 Jul 1916.
Union Chapel Cemetery Records, Montgomery Co., Missouri.
Union Chapel Cemetery located southeast corner of northeast quarter of section 5 township 49 range 4; 1 mile west of Bellflower and 3 miles north.
"15.Bohrer, George born 15 May 1819, died 22 Dec 1904."
Michael Kirtley .
The Family Bible of George V. Bohrer
6/21/2003: in the possession of Kay Kirtley-Hagen, Jefferson City, Missouri, who intends to eventually deliver it to her son Curtis Lee Kirtley of Columbia, Missouri. Transcribed by Michael Kirtley ( ).
George V. Bohrer and Nancyann Moore were married March 23, 1841.
Catharine Bohrer was born February 18, 1842
Mary Estaline Bohrer was born October 2, 1845
Nancy Elizabeth Bohrer was born December 16, 1847
Margaret Emily Bohrer was born March 6, 1850
Ella Ann Eliza(beth) Bohrer was born July 3, 1852
Zerlinna Day Bohrer was born April 16, 1856
Henrietta Bohrer was born December 6, 1858
Charles Sumnar Bohrer was born February 9, 1863
Ella E. Bohrer died 1873
Nancyann, wife of George V. Bohrer, died August 26, 1877
Henrietta Bohrer died May 14, 1893
George V. Bohrer died December 24, 1904
Catharine Bohrer died February, 1911
Margaret Emily Rodecker died February, 1920
Mary Estaline Hall died 1920
Nancy Elizabeth Bohrer died December 29, 1921
SOURCE-BACKGROUND OF FAMILY:
Michael Kirtley .
George V. Bohrer
(Farmer, Post-office, Montgomery City)
Mr. Bohrer is a native of Germany, born in Bavaria near the Rhine, May 15, 1819. His parents were George and Katherine (Rifflemarcher) Bohrer, and when he was about six years of age, the family immigrated to America and settled in Ohio. The mother died in Illinois in 1877, and the father in 1880. George Bohrer, Jr., was raised in Ohio, where he married, and when a young man came on further west, to Illinois, with his wife Miss Nancy Moore, who was also originally of Ohio, a daughter of Samuel G. Moore. Mr. Bohrer resided in Illinois for over twenty years after his marriage, and then in 1865 removed to Missouri, settling in Montgomery county, on the land where he has lived continuously for over nineteen years. His homestead contains over 160 acres, and is substantially and comfortably improved. Besides this he has 180 acres in another tract, which is also improved. His wife died in 1873, having borne him eight children, namely: Catherine, Mary E., wife of Liman Hall, Nancy E., Emily, wife of John Rhodecker; Lena D., wife of Walter Black; Henrietta, and Charles. Ella died in Montgomery county Mo., in her twenty-first year.
The above was copied from Page 725 of History of Montgomery County, Missouri, 1885, National Historical Company, St. Louis.
The book was located in the Mexico-Audrain County Library, 305 W. Jackson, Mexico, Missouri 65265.
Michael Kirtley .
Died, at his home near Belleflower, on Dec. 24 A.D. 1904, Geo. V. Bohrer, at the age of 85 years, 7 months and 10 days.Mr. Bohrer was born in Bavaria Germany, May the 15, 1819. With his parents he came to America when he was about six yrs. of age.
The family first settled in Ohio, and after a time moved to Illinois. While but a young man Mr. Bohrer was married to Miss Nancy Moore. In 1865 they moved to Missouri and settled in Montgomery county which has been his home ever since.
There preceded him to the better land two daughters, Henrietta, Ella and his wife. There remain to mourn his loss five daughters and one son, namely: Catherine, Mary E. Hall, Nancy E., Emily Rhodecker, Zerlinna Black and Charles, all of whom were present during his last sickness except Mrs. Black, whose health would not permit of her coming. After appropriate funeral services conducted by Rev. Oakes, pastor, assisted by the writer, the remains were laid to rest by the side of those of his deceased wife in Union chapel cemetery.
For a number of years Catherine and Nancy E., daughters, and Orville, grandson, have been almost continually in the home of Uncle Geo. To comfort and cheer him in his old age. How good it is to see the aged so kindly cared for.Uncle George was a man of many sterling qualities. He was a man of great industry and energy. His word of promise did not need bond or note to make it good. He was a good Christian man. For a great many years he had been identified with the Brush Creek Congregation C. P. Church. He was a man of deep convictions and had the courage to assert them and to be governed by them. The word of the Lord was to him supreme and there was no appeal from that word. The church was to him sacred, the body of Christ, the only organization “Heaven born and Heaven bound”.He regarded with positive disapproval any and all human organizations which seek to supplant the church. It seemed sad that he was not permitted to move into his new house in Bellflower, which was almost ready for occupancy. However good it might be to live in the beautiful new town above mentioned, yet a mansion by the gold paved streets of the New Jerusalum is far better. “And the building of the wall of it was of Jasper; and the city was pure gold like unto clear glass; and the city had no need of the sun; neither of the moon, to shine in it, for the glory of god did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof”
W. T. Roley
1840 Ohio Census of the United States from Mrs. Patricia R. Donaldson; 45 Carrington Drive; Georgetown, Ohio 45121-9429.
1 male 5-10
1 male 10-15
1 male 15-20
3 males 20-30[one of these could be George Bohrer, Jr. b. abt 1819]
1 male 30-40
1 female 5-10
1 female 10-15
1 female 15-20
1 female 30-40.
1850 Census, Franklin Twp. (now Jefferson Twp.),Brown Co., Ohio - p. 144.Letters dated 3 and 17 Jun 1994 from Dorothy Helton; Brown County Genealogical Society; P.O. Box 83; Georgetown, Ohio 45121.
According to Ms. Helton,Nancy A. Moore was born about 1828 in Ohio.In the 1850 Census, she is listed as wife of George Bohrer.
1850 Census, Franklin Tp., Brown Co., Ohio
Series:M432, Role: 662, Page 397B.
Dwelling 1749, Family 1754, Enumerated 26 Sep 1850.
-Gorge [sic] Bohrer, 31, m, farmer, $3,000 real estate, GER.
-Nancy A. Bohrer, 22, f, Ohio.
-Catherine Bohrer, 7, f, Ohio, attending school.
-Mary E. Bohrer, 4, f, Ohio.
-Nancy E. Bohrer, 2, f, Ohio.
-Margaret E. Bohrer, 2/12, f, Ohio.
BOHNER [sic], GEORGE(1860 U.S. Census)
ILLINOIS , LASALLE, EDEN - P.O. TONICA
Age: 41, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: BAVA
Series: M653 Roll: 196 Page: 642
Dwelling 140, Family 143, Enumerated 9 Jun 1860.
-George Bohner [sic], 41, m, farmer, $8000/$1500, Bavaria.
-Nancy Bohner [sic], 35, f, Ohio.
-Catherine Bohner [sic], 17, f, Ohio, attended school within the year.
-Mary Bohner [sic], 14, f, Ohio, attended school within the year.
-Nancy Bohner [sic], 12, f, Ohio, attended school within the year.
-Marga Bohner [sic], 10, f, Ohio, attended school within the year.
-Ellen Bohner [sic], 8, f, Ohio, attended school within the year.
-Lina Bohner [sic], 4, f, IL.
-Henriette Bohner [sic], 1, f, IL.
-Frederick Ludwick, 42, m, farm laborer, Switzerland.
-Christian Ludwick, 25, m, farm laborer, Denmark.
BOHRER, GEORGE (1870 U.S. Census)
Missouri , MONTGOMERY, BEAR CRK TWP,
Age 51,Male,Race: White,Born: BAVA
Series: M593Roll: 794Page: 26B & 27A.
Dwelling 338, Family 344, Enumerated 17 Aug 1870.
-George Bohrer, 51, m/w, farmer, $6,000/$700, BAV, parents foreign born, citizen.
-Nancy Bohrer, 43, f/w, keeping house, Ohio.
-Catherine Bohrer, 26, f/w, at home, Ohio, father foreign born.
-Mary Bohrer, 23, f/w, Ohio, father foreign born.
-Nancy Bohrer, 21, f/w, at home, Ohio.
-Margaret Bohrer, 19, f/w, at home, Ohio.
-Ella Bohrer, 17, f/w, at home, Ohio.
-Zablilla[?] Bohrer, 14, f/w, at school, IL.
-Henrietta Bohrer, 11, f/w, at school, IL.
-Charles Bohrer, 7, m/w, at school, IL.
-George Bohrer, 26, m/w, farm laborer, Ohio, citizen.
-Charles Sallie, 12, m/w, Missouri.
Census PlaceBear Creek, Montgomery, Missouri
Family History Library Film1254705NA Film NumberT9-0705Page Number23D
-George V. Bohrer, self, wd, m/w, 59, GER/GER/GER, farmer.
-Nancy E. Bohrer, dau, s, f/w, 33, OH/GER/OH, housekeeper.
-Henretta Bohrer, dau, s, f/w, 21, OH/GER/OH.
-Charles S. Bohrer, son, s, m/w, 17, IL/GER/OH.
BOHRER, GEO V (1900 U.S. Census)
Missouri , MONTGOMERY, BEAR CRK TWP, Age 81,Male,Race: White,Born: GERM
Series: T623Roll: 876Page: 169A.
Dwelling 51, Family 51, Enumerated 4 Jun 1900.
-Geo. V. Bohrer, head, w/m, May 1819, 81, wd, GER/GER/GER, imm. 1825,citizen 75 years, farmer.
-Catherine Bohrer, dau, w/f, Feb 1843, 57, s, OH/GER/OH.
-Nancy E. Bohrer, dau, w/f, Dec 1847, 52, s, OH/GER/OH.
-Orville B. Bohrer, G-Son, w/m, Aug 1879, 20, s, MO/MO/MO, farmer.[Whose son is this?]
-Samuel Anderson, servant, w/m, May 1883, 17, s, MO/MO/MO, farmer.
thanks for the quick come back.You have a lot of data on your family.
Dan in Hawaii