The following partial Genealogy on the Bosley family was compiled and published by my Great Grandmother Carrie Lou Bosley and her sister Bessie Ellen Bosley who at that time William Stansbury Bosley was their grandfather. This work is not without errors and I am in the process of correcting as many as I can. One of the areas in question is the Orrick connection as in who is the father of Sarah Ann Orrick. Some of the dates may not be accurate but the work is worth your reading.
John S. Wurts
MAGNA CHARTA VOLUME 8
MRS.BESSE BOSLEY PAULLEY
MRS.CARRIE LOU BOSLEY GRAHAM
Descent from Clovis, Charlemagne, Alfred the Great, William the Conqueror, the Plantagenets, Scottish and Saxon Kings, Norse and Danish Rulers, Welsh Lords and Princes, Knights of the Garter and from Fourteen Sureties for the Magna Charta of A. D. 1215.
William d'Albiniand the Emperor Charlemange
Hugh Bigod and Emperor Vladimir
Roger Bigod and King Edward II
Henry de Bohun and King David I
Gilbert de Clare and King Louis I
Richard de Clare and King William the Conqueror
John FitzRobert anf the Emperor Hugh Capet
John de Lacie and King Malcolm Canmore
William Malet and King Clovis
William de Mowbray and King Louis II
Saire de Quincey and King Alfred the Great
Robert de Roos and King Donald I
Geoffrey de Saye and King Kenneth
Robert de Vere and King Egbert
May also claim decent from:
King Edward I of England
*30.WILLIAM de MOWBRAY the Surety, q. v., died 1223/4, married Avice d'Albini.
*29.Roger de Mowbray, second son, died 1266, was with King Henry III in Scotland and Wales, married Maud, daughter of William de Beauchamp of Bedford.
*28.Roger de Mowbray, died 1298, married Agnes (Rose) Clare, daughter of the Surety GILBERT de CLARE, No. 30 below.
*27.John de Mowbray, sheriff of Yorkshire and governor of the City of York in the 6th of King Edward 11, where he was hanged in the year 1321.He married Aliva, daughter of William de Braos.
*26.John, 3d Baron Mowbray, governor of Berwick-upon-Tweed, married first Joan, daughter of Henry, Earl of Lancaster.
*25.John de Mowbray, born at Epworth 25 June 1340, slain by the Saracens in 1368, married (25) Elizabeth Segrave, who was de-scended as follows:
32.ROBERT de VERE the Surety, q. v., hereditary lord great Chamberlain of England, died 25 October 1221, married Isabel Bolebec.
31.Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford, died 1263, married 1223 Hawise, daughter of SAIRE de QUINCEY the Surety, No. 32 below.
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30.Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford and 6th great Chamberlain, born 1240, died 2 September 1296.He married Alice, died 7 September 1317, daughter of Gilbert de Saunford.
29.Joan Vere married William de Warren, who was killed in his father's lifetime in a tournament at Croydon, 15 December 1285.
28.Alice Warren, died before 23 May 1338, married 1305 Edmund FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, born I May 1285, beheaded 17 November 1326.
27.Alice FitzAlan married Ste hen (John) de Segrave, constable of the Tower of London in 1323, who died in Gascony in his father's lifetime.
26.John de Segrave, died 1353, aged 38 years, married Margaret Plantagenet, daughter of Thomas of Brotherton and granddaughter of KING EDWARD I. Their only daughter
(25)Elizabeth Segrave as above married *25 John de Mowbray and had
*24. Alianore (Margaret) Mowbray, second wife of (24) John de Welles, born about 1350, died 1421, who was descended as follows:
32.SAIRE de QUINCEY the Surety, q. v., Earl of Winchester, born before 1154, died 3 November 1219, married Margaret Beaumont (Bellomont).
31.Robert de Quincey, eldest son, died in the Holy Land, rnarried Hawise, daughter of Hugh Keveliok, Earl of Chester.Their only daughter.
30.Margaret Quincey, married JOHN de LACIE the Surety, q. v., baron of Halton Castle, died 22 July 1240.
29.Maud Lacie, elder daughter, married as his second wife, (29) Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, born 4 August 1222, died 15 July 1262, who was descended as follows:
31.RICHARD de CLARE the Surety, q. v., 4th Earl of Hertford, died 1217, married Amicia of Gloucester.
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30.GILBERT de CLARE the Surety, q. v., born about 1180, died 25 October 1230, married Isabella Marshall.
(29)Richard de Clare as above married 29 Maud Lacie.
28.Thomas de Clare, governor of tthe City of London in 1272, died 1287, married Julian, daughter of Sir Maurice FitzMaurice, Lord justice of Ireland.
27.Margaret Clare, younger daughter, married Bartholomew Badlesmere, born 1275, governor of Bristol Castle in 1307.
26.Margery Badlesmere married (26) William de Roos, died 16 February 1342/3, who was descended as follows:
30.ROBERT de ROOS the Surety, q. v., 4th baron of Hamlake manor, born 1177, died 1227, married Isabel, daughter of WILLIAM THE LION, King of Scotland.
29.William de Roos, died 1258, married Lucia, daughter of Reginald FitzPiers of Blewleveny in Wales.
28.Robert de Roos, died 16 June 1285, married (28) Isabel d'Albini, died 1301, who was descended as follows:
30.WILLIAM d'ALBINI the Surety, q. v., lord of Belvoir Castle, died 1 May 1236, married
29.William d'Albini, died 1285, married first Albreda, daughter of Henry, Lord Biseth.
(28)Isabel d'Albini as above married 28 Robert de Roos and had
27.William de Roos, born 1255, died 1316, who married Maud, daughter of John de Vaux.
(26)William de Roos as above married 26 Margery Badlesmere and had
25.Maud Roos, who married John de Welles.
(24)John de Welles as above married *24 Alianore (Margaret) Mowbray and had
*23.Eudo de Welles, eldest son, married (23) Maud Greystock, who was descended as follows:
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32.ROGER BIGOD the Surety, q. v., Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, born about 1150, died 1221, married Isabella Plantagenet.
31.HUGH BIGOD the Surety, q. v., Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, married about 1212 Maud Marshall.
30. Isabel Bigod married first Gilbert de Lacy, lord of Meath, died 1230.
29. Maud Lacy, heiress of Ludlow Castle, married second Geoffrey de Genevill of Trim Castle, co.Meath, Ireland.
28. Peter de Geneville married joane, daughter of Hugh le Brune, Earl of Angolesme.
27.Joane Geneville married Roger Mortimer.
26.Catherine Mortimer, died 1371, in 1337 became the wife of(26) Thomas de Beauchamp, an original Knight of the Garter, who was descended as follows:
30. HENRY de BOHUN the Surety, q. v., Earl of Hereford, died 1220, married Maud FitzGeoffrey.
29. Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, married Maud, daughter of Raoul de Lusignan, Count of Eu.
28. Alice Bohun married Ralph de Toni of Castle Maud, Radnor, and Flamstead, Herts.
27.Alice Toni married third Guy de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick.He distinguished himself at the Battle of Falkirk, and caused Piers Gaveston to be beheaded, whose partisans afterward poisoned him, and he died at Warwick Castle 12 August 1315.
(26) Thomas de Beauchamp, K. G., as above married 26 Catherine Mortimer and had
25.Maud Beauchamp married Roger de Clifford, Earl of West-moreland, born 1333, died 1389, also of baronial descent.
24.Catherine Clifford, died 1413, married Ralph de Greystock, born 1353, died 1417.
(23) Maud Greystock as above married *23 Eudo de Welles and had
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*22.Lionel (Leo) de Welles, K. G., died 1461, married Joan (Cecilia) Waterton.
*21.Margaret Welles married Thomas Dymoke of Scrivelsby, co.Lincoln, beheaded 1470, son of Sir Philip Dymoke and his wife Johanna Conyers.
*20. Margaret Dymoke, died 20 June 1463, married Thomas FitzWilliam of Mablethorpe, co.Lincoln, who died 9 April 1479, son of Thomas FitzWilliam and his wife Elizabeth Aske.
*19. Jane FitzWilliam, born about 1440, married second, about 1478, Robert Bradbury of Manclanden, Littlebury, Essex, who died about 1480, brother of Sir Thomas Bradbury, Lord Mayor of London in 1509.
*18. William Bradbury, lord of Catmer manor, Essex, born 1480, died 1550, married Eleanor Fuller.
*17.William Bradbury, died about 1550, married and had
*16.Henry Bradbury, who married Mary Nicholls and had
*15.Mary Martha Bradbury, who married Adam Bettenham.Their daughter
*14.Elizabeth Bettenham married James Wilsford, sheriff of London in 1499, and had
*13.Thomas Wilsford of Cranbrook, co.Kent, who married Rose Whetenhall.Their daughter
*12.Cecilia Wilsford died 1611, married 1559 Rt.Rev.Edwin Sandys, born 1519, Bishop of Worcester, Archbishop of York, one of those who made the translation known as the Bishops' Bible, was imprisoned a year for defending Lady Jane Grey against Queen Mary.Later pardoned, he retired into Germany and, returning to England, died 1583.
*11.Anne Sandys, died 1630, married Sir William Barne of Woolwich, co.Kent, born 1569, died 1619, son of Sir George Barne, Lord Mayor of London in 1586.
*10.Anne Barne, died 1633, married in 1610 (10) Sir William Lovelace of Woolwich, baptized in 1583, killed at the siege of Grolle in 1627, who was descended as follows:
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25. GEOFFREY de SAYE the Surety, q. v., died 24 October 1230.He married first Alice, daughter of William de Cheyney.
24. William de Saye, governor of Rochester Castle in 1260, died 1272, married and had
23. William de Saye, who died in 1295, leaving a son
22. Geoffrey de Saye who married Idonea Leyburne.
21. Juliana Saye married first Roger de Northwode, born 1307, died 1361.
20. John de Northwode, died 27 February 1378/9, in 1350 married Joan, daughter of Robert Hert of Faversham, co.Kent.
19. Juliana Northwode in 1381 married John Digges, lord of Barham, co.Kent.Their daughter
18. Elizabeth Digges married Henry Aucher, born 1370, died 1400, lord of Losenham manor, co.Kent.
17. Henry Aucher, lord of Losenham, married second Joan, daughter of Thomas St. Leger, lord of Ottenham manor, co.Kent.
16.Henry Aucher, lord of Ottenham, married Alice Boleyne.
15.John Aucher of Ottenham, died 23 April 1503, married Alice Church.
14. James Aucher, Esq., of Ottenham, died 6 January 1508, married Alice, daughter of Thomas Hills, Esq., of Eggarton, near Godmersham.
13. Sir Anthony Aucher, Knight of Ottenham, acquired from Thomas Colepeper, in the reign of Henry VIII, the manors of Bishopsbourne and Hautsborne, in co.Kent.He married Affra, daughter of Sir William Cornwallis, of Norfolk, and his wife Elizabeth Stanford.
12.Edward Aucher, Esq., inherited, under his father's Will, the manors of Bishopsbourne and Hautsborne.He married Mabel, daugh-ter of Sir Thomas Wrothe and his wife Mary Rich.
11.Elizabeth Aucher married Sir William Lovelace, member of the Virginia Company, born 1561, died 1629, of Bethersden, co.Kent.
(10) Sir William Lovelace as above married *10 Anne Barne and had
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*9.Anne Lovelace, born about 1610, died in Lancaster County, Virginia, 1657 (sister of Governor Francis Lovelace of Virginia and of the poet, Sir Richard Lovelace) married 1628 Rev.Dr. John Gorsuch, born 1600, Rector of Walkeholme, co.Herts, murdered 1642 (son of Daniel Gorsuch (1575-1638) Merchant of London, son of William Gorsuch, born 1550 and his wife Alice Hall.) Of their seven children, all of whom came to Virginia with their mother, the sixth was
*8.Charles Gorsuch, baptized at Walkern, Hertfordshire, England, 25 August 1642, died 1716.He came to Virginia about the year 1651, was in Maryland in 1661 and married first Sarah Cole, daughter of Thomas Cole, the owner of Cole's Harbour, a tract of 250 acres where the City of Baltimore now stands.
*7.Charles Gorsuch, born in Maryland 1686/7, married second about 1720 Sarah Cole.
6. Hannah Gorsuch, born 1715, died 11 September 1800, married 2 March 1735 Thomas Stansbury, i)orn in Baltimore County 24 April 1710, died 15 June 1798, a descendant of Prince William of Orange.
*5.William Stansbury, born 1749, died 23 June 1819, married Susannah Demitt, who was living in 1842.
*4.Elizabeth Stansbury, born 12 April 1785, died 25 September 1850, married 1801 William Bosley, born 13 February 1774, died 25,) March 1857, son of Walter Bosley.
*3.William Stansbury Bosley, born in Baltimore County 25 May 1802, died 16 February 1853, married at York, Pennsylvania, (3) Sarah Ann Orrick, born 24 September 1810, died 22 August 1858, who was descended as follows:
24.JOHN FITZROBERT the Surety, q. v., governor of NewCastle-upon-Tyne, died 1240, married Ada Baliol.
23.Roger Fitzjohn, lo rd of Warkworth, died 1249, marriedIsabel.
22.Robert FitzRoger, eminent in the Scottish wars of KingEdward I, married Margaret Zouche.
21.Anastasia FitzRobert married Ralph de Neville, prominent in the French wars of King Edward 1.
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20.Ralph de Nevill, died 1367, married Alice Audley.
19.John de Nevill, died at Newcastle 17 October 1388.His first wife was Maud, daughter of Henry, Lord Percy, and his wife Idonea Clifford, also of baronial descent.
18.Ralph de Nevill, Earl of Westmoreland, K. G., died 1425, married second, about 1379, Joan Beaufort, died 1440, daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, K. G., and granddaughter of KING EDWARD 111, q. v.
17.Richard de Nevill, K. G., married Alice, daughter of Thomas de Montacute and Eleanor Holand, also of baronial descent.
16.Catherine Nevill, fifth daughter, married William Bonville, Lord Harrington, son of William Bonville and his wife Elizabeth Harrington (only child of Sir William Harrington, K. G., and his wife Elizabeth Courtenay).
15. Cecily Bonville, died 1537, married as his second wife (15) Thomas Grey, Marquess of Dorset, K. G., died 1501, who was de-scended as follows:
25.WILLIAM MALET the Surety, q. v., lord of Curry-Malet, Somersetshire, died about 1217, married Mabel (called also Alice) Basset.
24.Mabel Malet married Hugh de Vivonia, baron of Chewton.
23.William de Vivonia de Fortibus married Maud Ferrers of Kyme.
22. Cecily Vivonia married John de Beauchamp, who diedin 1283. In the 5th of King
Edward Ihe was made governor of the Castles of Caermerdin and Cardigan.Their son
21.John de Beauchamp took part in the wars of Scotland and soon after, in the 14th of King Edward II, he succeeded to the extensive landed possessions of his mother in cos.Dorset, Wilts, Surrey and Cambridge.Two years afterward he was made governor of the Castle of Bridgewater.He died in the year 1336.
20. William de Beauchamp married and had
19.Mary Beauchamp who married John Bodulgate (Bedelsgate)
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18.Elizabeth (Mary) Bodulgate married Richard Woodville (Wydville) died 1441, son of John and grandson of Richard Woodville and his wife Elizabeth Lyons.
17.Richard Woodville 0f Grafton, Earl Rivers, K. G., governor of the Tower of London, knighted in 1426, was a great warrior on the Lancastrian side.He was Treasurer of the Exchequer and afterward Lord High Constable of England for life.In 1436 he married Jacqueline of Luxembourg, born 1415, died 1472, also of royal descent
16.Elizabeth Woodville, died 1492, married Sir John Grey, 2d Baron Ferrers of Groby, son of Sir Edward Grey and his wife Elizabeth Ferrers.Sir John was born in 1435 and was slain at the Battle of St. Albans on the Lancastrian side, 17 February 1460.
(15) Thomas Grey, K. G., as above married 15 Cecily Bonville.
14.Eleanor (Elizabeth) Grey married Sir John Arundel, K. B., of Lanherne, co.Cornwall, eldest son of Sir Thomas Arundel, K. B., and his wife Catherine Dynham.
13.Sir Thomas Arundel, K. B., beheaded 26 February 1552, married Lady Margaret Howard, a sister of Queen Catherine and a first cousin of Queen Anne Boleyn.The Houses of Howard and Arundel were by no means peaceful clans.They were definitely with the King or against him, most of the time against him, which was true of Sir Thomas Arundel.
12.Sir Matthew Arundel of Wardour, who fled to the Continent, assumed the maiden name of his mother, wandered over Europe and died there in 1598, having married Margaret, daughter of Sir Henry Willoughby of Wollaton, co.Nottingham.
11.Sir Thomas Arundel "Howard," elder son, Ist Baron Arundel of Wardour, passed his early life on the Continent and served in the Imperial Hungarian Army against the Turks during the latter part of the 16th Century.He distinguished himself in battle, and as a reward for his bravery Rudolph 11, Emperor of Germany, created him a Count of the Holy Roman Empire.The patent of creation, dated Prague 14 December 1593, conferred the title upon "you, Thomas, and all and every one of your children, heirs and legitimate descendants of both sexes already born or that ever hereafter shall be born." Thus the warrant conferred the title not only on the eldest son but also on every son and daughter and their descendants.
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Sir Thomas Arundel Howard died 7 November 1639, having married second, I July 1608, Ann Philipson, died 28 June 1637, daughter of Miles Philipson and his wife Barbara Sandys.Being at odds with his noble kinsmen, he continued to use the surname Howard as his father had done.Harry W. Newman, in his Ancestry of Matthew Howard, relates how their eldest son
10.Matthew Arundel-Howard, the emigrant, born in the year 1609 in "Wardour Castle," the ancient castle of the Arundels, died before 1659.He came to Virginia about 1630 and settled in Lower Norfolk County.In 1649 he removed to Anne Arundel County, Maryland, where he was a large landowner.He married about 1625 Ann, daughter of Richard Hall, a Virginia merchant.
9.Mary Howard, died 1721, married Major General John Hammond.
8.Col.Thomas Hammond, born about 1666, was of Arundel,
Cecil and Baltimore Counties, and owned land called "Addition" in Maryland.He was Captain of Troop of horses in 1694; appointed in Maryland as Commissioner in 1694; Member of Assembly from 1701 to 1704 and in 1712 and 1714; Burgess of Baltimore from 1711 to 1722.He married in 1689 Rebecca, widow of Thomas Lightfoot and daughter of John Larkin of Anne Arundel County, a large landowner on the Severn.They had
7.Susannah Hammond, who married John Orrick of Morley Choice, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, born 1685 died 1749, son of James Orrick.
In Nesbit's Heraldry, Volume II, is the following comment:
Simon de Orrock is without question the ancestor of the House of Orrock of that ilk in the county of Fife, reputed an ancient family and an honorable one.Sir Simon de Orrock's name is inscribed upon the Ragman's Roll, which for antiquity is the rival of the British Domesday Book.
The name of Orrick or Orrock is said to have originated from the rock upon that part of the Fife coast where lay the large estate of Orrock.A history of the Orrocks of Scotland, whose arms continue to be borne by the Orricks of America, takes us back to the 13th Century.
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James Orrick or Orrouch, as his name is quaintly spelled by the scrivener who wrote his Will, appears in the Colony of Maryland about 1650.He was the father of John Orrick, who married No. 7 Susanna Hammond.
6. Capt.Nicholas Orrick of Baltimore Maryland, born 1 May 1725, died I February 1781.He served with distinction as Captain of the Baltimore Company Troops in the War for Independence.He was a zealous and liberal Churchman and for many years was a Vestryman of Old St. Thomas Garrison Forrest.Nicholas married first Hannah Cromwell, born I April 1729, died 2 December 1762, daughter of Capt.John Cromwell and his wife Hannah Rattenburg.He married second, 16 March 1769, Mary Bell.
5. John Orrick, born at Baltimoce 30 October 1753, died 4 November 1810, married Sarah Merryman, born 15 September 1754, died 5 June1835.
4. Daniel Orrick, born in Maryland 9 December 1809, died I April 1851, married Eleanor Bosley, who was living in 1842.
(3)Sarah Ann Orrick as above married *3 William Stansbury Bosley and had
*2.George Washington Bosley, born in Baltimore County 20 April 1839, died 2 June 1918, married at St. Louis 19 September 1865, Verona Elizabeth Huffman, born in Virginia 2 August 1840, died in May 1921 (Note: Verona E. Bosley married second to an S. George Allen, at Bliss, Gooding Col, ID , August 19, 1928). George W. Bosley was a farmer in Montgomery County, Missouri, and they were the parents of the following children:
(a) Theodore Bosley, born in June 1866, died in infancy
(b) Sarah Josephine Bosley (Mrs. Edward Shelton Oliver 1869-1935) born 24 March 1867, died 23 May 1960
(c)Howard Milton Bosley, born 25 December 1869, died in infancy
(d) Mary Thomas Bosley (Mrs.Evans) born 17 March 1871, died 5 June 1951
(e) George Washington Bosley, Jr., died in infancy
(f)Walter Case Bosley, born 12 January 1873St. Louis, MO, died in 18 August 1935 Martinez, Contra Costa Co. CA. married (1) Elizabeth J. McDowell, abt. 1903. He married (2) Mabel Williams. He and his first wife had 9 children, some born in NM and some In Nampa, ID.
(g) Thomas B. Bosley, born 15 June 1876
(h)James Russell Bosley, born 27 March 1878 Brookfield, MO
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(i)CARRIE LOU BOSLEY, born 21 August 1881, married 24 July 1901, Alex Graham, who was born 5 September 1865 and died 20 December 1943.
(1)Pauline Elizabeth Graham, born 5 January 1903, married 29 March 1930 Ralph N. Humphries, born 8 November 1898, and had Laura Lou Humphries born 18 May 1936.
(2)George Robert Graham, born 26 December 1907, married 28 September 1929, Margaret Donavan and had: Margaret Elizabeth Graham, born 23 June 1930;*Joan (Joanne) Graham, born 28 October 1934 and Catherine George Ann (Jean) Graham, born 17 April 1936.
*Joanne Graham born 28 October1934 – 6 April 1986 married George Colgan born 1 May 1932 they had:
(1)Elizabeth Ann Colgan born 8 August 1952
(2)Kathleen Mary Colgan born 17 May 1954
(3)Barbara Jean Colgan born 9 March 1956 – 30 March 1988
(4)Eileen Margaret Colganborn 6 September 1957
(5)Christine Marie Colgan born 16 December 1958
(j)Hattie Belle Bosley (Mrs.Meyer) born 3 August 1883, died 26 May 1958
(k) Jesse Lee Bosley, born 25 December 1890, died in infancy, and
(1) 1. BESSE ELLEN BOSLEY, born in St. Louis County, Missouri, 9 November 1894, married 1 October 1921 Byron Rosewell Paulley, born at Bennington, Indiana, served as Sergeant First Class in
World War I. He was overseas for nine months.
Mrs. Paulley attended Teachers' College at Kirksville, Missouri, is a member of the Tri Sigma Sorority, the Montgomery City Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and was a promoter for that organization in 1947 in Casper, Wyoming.She was President of the United Daughters of the Confederacy from 1941 to 1944.Their two sons:
(a) Byron Rosewell Paulley, Jr., born at Casper, Wyoming, 7 September 1924, married 10 June 1950 Marjorie Davis Mathews, who was born 27 August 1930.He served in World War 11 as Corporal; anti-aircraft radar technician, infantry; was six months in Okinawa.He attended State Teachers' College, San Diego, California, and Boston University.Their two daughters are: Sandra joy Paulley, born at Wollaston, Massachusetts, 27 March, 1952, and Susan Lee Paulley, born at Casper, Wyoming, 12 February 1954.Both are members Of Children of the American Revolution and Children of the Confederacy.
(b) Don Bosley Paulley, born at Casper, Wyoming, 9 July 1929, married at St. Louis, Missouri, 9 December 1951, Helen Mary Witt of St. Louis, who was born 27 September 1932.He at-
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tended Casper junior College and is a graduate of Woodbury College, Los Angeles, California.He served as Staff Sergeant in the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command.Their four children are: Donna Marie Paulley, born at Spokane, Washington, 11 April 1953; Denise Ellen Paulley, born at Casper 19 January 1955, members of Children of the Confederacy and Children of the American Revolution; Don Bosley Paulley, Jr., born at Casper 27 September 1956, a member of Children of the Confederacy; and Dennis William Paulley, born 27 September 1959.