Louis Hutzler1

M, #14221, b. circa 1896
Father*George C. Hutzler1 b. circa 1873
Mother*Josephine "Josie" (?)1 b. June 27, 1876, d. October 6, 1911
     Louis Hutzler, son of George C. Hutzler and Josephine "Josie" (?), was born circa 1896 in South Manitou Island, Lenawee County, Michigan.1

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

Catherine Hutzler1

F, #14222, b. circa 1866
Father*George Conrad Hutzler1 b. 1821
Mother*Mary Ann (?)1 b. circa 1836
     Catherine Hutzler, daughter of George Conrad Hutzler and Mary Ann (?), was born circa 1866.1

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

Margaret Hutzler1

F, #14223, b. circa 1869
Father*George Conrad Hutzler1 b. 1821
Mother*Mary Ann (?)1 b. circa 1836
     Margaret Hutzler, daughter of George Conrad Hutzler and Mary Ann (?), was born circa 1869.1

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

Anthony Alaysius Honeck1,2

M, #14224, b. June 5, 1890, d. August 6, 1967
Father*Otto Honeck2 b. June 10, 1847, d. October 16, 1911
Mother*Catherine "Kate" August2 b. July 4, 1851, d. August 8, 1906
     Anthony Alaysius Honeck, son of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August, was born on June 5, 1890 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.3,4
He lived with his parents, Catherine and Otto, in 1900 at 1714 Walnut Street in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.5
Anthony was enumerated as the son of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August on the 1900 U. S. Census of Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. He was listed as a ten-year-old male born in Ohio, his mother was born in New York and his father in Germany; he had attended school for eight months during the year.5
Anthony Alaysius Honeck lived on November 5, 1911 St. Stanislaus Seminary, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri.2
Anthony married Katherine T. (?) circa 1917.5,6 Anthony registered for the draft for World War I on June 5, 1917 at Draft Board 2, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, where he was described as medium height and build with brown eyes and red hair.7
Anthony Alaysius was a helper in a steel mill in 1920.8
Katherine and Anthony Alaysius Honeck lived in 1920 at 264 Logan Avenue in Sharon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Residing with them were, their child, Arthur..8
Anthony is a head of household on the 1920 U. S. Census of Ward 3, Sharon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He was identified as a married 29-year-old man born in Ohio, his parents were born in Germany. He owned a home which was mortgaged. Enumerated with him were: his wife Katherine T., his son Arthur A.8 At the time of his World War II draft registration in 1942, Anthony resided at 55 Woodrow Court in Sharon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania.1 Anthony registered for the draft during World War II in 1942.1 He was employed by Petroleum Iron Works in 1942.1 His wife, (?), died before 1967.9
Anthony died on August 6, 1967 at Long-Term Care Facility in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio, at age 77.4,9,10

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, OhioOtto Honeck5
1920Ward 3, Sharon, Mercer County, PennsylvaniaAnthony Alaysius Honeck8

Family

Katherine T. (?) b. 1887
Child

Citations

  1. [S5466] U. S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  2. [S1670] Otto Honeck Civiil War Pension.
  3. [S2761] Lucas County, Toledo Ohio Birth Records: 1888 - 1890, Ancestry.com (database online), 2001.
  4. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  5. [S5460] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Otto Honeck household.
  6. [S5464] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Anthony Honeck household.
  7. [S5465] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  8. [S5459] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Fred M. Berg household.
  9. [S1594] Internet Site: Ohio Deaths, 1958-69Ancestry web site).
  10. [S2691] Ohioi Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2000, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.

Arthur F. Honeck1

M, #14225, b. October 18, 1880, d. circa 1909
Father*Otto Honeck1 b. June 10, 1847, d. October 16, 1911
Mother*Catherine "Kate" August1 b. July 4, 1851, d. August 8, 1906
     Arthur F. Honeck, son of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August, was born on October 18, 1880 in Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio.1,2
He lived with his parents, Catherine and Otto, in 1900 at 1714 Walnut Street in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.2
Arthur F. was a barber in 1900.2
Arthur was enumerated as the son of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August on the 1900 U. S. Census of Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. He was listed as a 19-year-old male born in Ohio, his mother was born in New York and his father in Germany.2
Arthur married Amanda Philomena Schoen, daughter of John Wolfgang Schoen and Philomena Lehmann, on March 1, 1905 at Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.3
Arthur died circa 1909.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, OhioOtto Honeck2

Family

Amanda Philomena Schoen b. May 23, 1880, d. July 16, 1933
Children

Citations

  1. [S1670] Otto Honeck Civiil War Pension.
  2. [S5460] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Otto Honeck household.
  3. [S5475] Family Tree titled "Lehman Wills Gedcom," Ancestry World Tree.
  4. [S5471] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Peter F. Lesch household.

Laura E. Honeck1

F, #14226, b. March 11, 1883
Father*Otto Honeck1 b. June 10, 1847, d. October 16, 1911
Mother*Catherine "Kate" August1 b. July 4, 1851, d. August 8, 1906
     Laura E. Honeck, daughter of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August, was born on March 11, 1883 in Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio.1,2
She lived with her parents, Catherine and Otto, in 1900 at 1714 Walnut Street, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.2
Laura E. was a packer girl in 1900.2
Laura was enumerated as the daughter of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August on the 1900 U. S. Census of Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. She was listed as a single 17-year-old female born in Ohio, her father was born in Germany and her mother in New York.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, OhioOtto Honeck2

Citations

  1. [S1670] Otto Honeck Civiil War Pension.
  2. [S5460] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Otto Honeck household.

Frances R. Honeck1

F, #14227, b. October 12, 1893
Father*Otto Honeck1 b. June 10, 1847, d. October 16, 1911
Mother*Catherine "Kate" August1 b. July 4, 1851, d. August 8, 1906
     Frances R. Honeck, daughter of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August, was born on October 12, 1893 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.1,2
She lived with her parents, Catherine and Otto, in 1900 at 1714 Walnut Street, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.2
Frances was enumerated as the daughter of Otto Honeck and Catherine "Kate" August on the 1900 U. S. Census of Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. She was listed as a six-year-old female born in Ohio, her father was born in Germany and her mother in New York; she had attended school for nine months during the year.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Precinct B, Toledo, Lucas County, OhioOtto Honeck2

Citations

  1. [S1670] Otto Honeck Civiil War Pension.
  2. [S5460] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Otto Honeck household.

Elizabeth Hutzler1

F, #14228, b. 1841, d. 1872
Father*George Johann Hutzler1 b. June 23, 1814, d. 1888
Mother*Margaretha Ziegler1 b. 1819, d. February 26, 1909
     Elizabeth Hutzler, daughter of George Johann Hutzler and Margaretha Ziegler, was born in 1841 in Oberkrumbach, Bavaria, Germany.1
Elizabeth married John Hoeft circa 1862.1
Elizabeth died in 1872.1

Family

John Hoeft

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

John Hoeft1

M, #14229
     John married Elizabeth Hutzler, daughter of George Johann Hutzler and Margaretha Ziegler, circa 1862.1

Family

Elizabeth Hutzler b. 1841, d. 1872

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

Margaretha Hutzler1

F, #14230, b. 1843, d. 1924
Father*George Johann Hutzler1 b. June 23, 1814, d. 1888
Mother*Margaretha Ziegler1 b. 1819, d. February 26, 1909
     Margaretha married George Aylesworth.1 Margaretha Hutzler, daughter of George Johann Hutzler and Margaretha Ziegler, was born in 1843 in Oberkrumbach, Bavaria, Germany.1
Margaretha died in 1924.1

Family

George Aylesworth b. March 22, 1819

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

George Aylesworth1

M, #14231, b. March 22, 1819
     George married Margaretha Hutzler, daughter of George Johann Hutzler and Margaretha Ziegler.1 George Aylesworth was born on March 22, 1819 in Clarence, Erie County, New York.1

Family

Margaretha Hutzler b. 1843, d. 1924

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

George Hutzler1

M, #14232, b. 1845, d. 1854
Father*George Johann Hutzler1 b. June 23, 1814, d. 1888
Mother*Margaretha Ziegler1 b. 1819, d. February 26, 1909
     George Hutzler, son of George Johann Hutzler and Margaretha Ziegler, was born in 1845 in Oberkrumbach, Bavaria, Germany.1
George died in 1854 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

Anna Hutzler1

F, #14233, b. 1849, d. 1939
Father*George Johann Hutzler1 b. June 23, 1814, d. 1888
Mother*Margaretha Ziegler1 b. 1819, d. February 26, 1909
     Anna Hutzler, daughter of George Johann Hutzler and Margaretha Ziegler, was born in 1849 in Oberkrumbach, Bavaria, Germany.1
Anna died in 1939.1

Citations

  1. [S1903] Internet Site: The Mary Payment Family Tree).

Thomas Oliver Boggs1

M, #14234, b. August 22, 1824
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Thomas Oliver Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born on August 22, 1824.1
Based on age, Thomas Oliver Boggs was probably listed on the 1830 U.S. Census at Jackson County, Missouri, as a free white male, five and under ten years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.2
Based on age, Thomas Oliver Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white male, fifteen and under twenty years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
Thomas married Rumalda Luna Boggs, daughter of Thomas Oliver Boggs and Maria Ignacia Jaramillo, circa 1850.1,4

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1830Jackson County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs2
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3

Family 1

Maria Ignacia Jaramillo b. circa 1825
Children

Family 2

Rumalda Luna Boggs b. October 6, 1850, d. March 27, 1925

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2677] 1830 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.
  4. [S7633] J. D. Brown e-mail to Robert Berg, September 20, 2007.

William Montgomery Boggs1

M, #14235, b. October 21, 1826
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     William Montgomery Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born on October 21, 1826.1
Based on age, William Montgomery Boggs was probably listed on the 1830 U.S. Census at Jackson County, Missouri, as a free white male, under five years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.2
Based on age, William Montgomery Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white male, ten and under fifteen years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
William married Sonora Louisa Hicklin, daughter of John Hicklin and Mary Flourney Gleaves, circa 1846.1
William is a head of household on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. He was identified as a 24-year-old male born in Missouri and employed as a Recorder. Enumerated with him were:, his sons M. G. V. and Lilburn W.4,1
William is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Napa, Napa County, California. He was identified as la 43-year-old male born in Missouri. He was a farmer and owned real-estate valued at $1,500.00 and personal property valued at $1,000.00. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Lilburn W., Angus Maupin, Jefferson D., Sterling P. and William B., his daughter Mary F.5

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1830Jackson County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs2
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaWilliam Montgomery Boggs4,1
1870Napa, Napa County, CaliforniaWilliam Montgomery Boggs5

Family

Sonora Louisa Hicklin b. August 5, 1825, d. March 5, 1902
Children

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2677] 1830 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.
  4. [S2057] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Wm. M. Boggs household.
  5. [S2679] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William M. Boggs household.

Albert G. Boggs1

M, #14236, b. 1831
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Albert G. Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born in 1831 in Missouri.1,2
Based on age, Albert G. Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white male, five and under ten years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
He was enumerated with his parent Lilburn Williams Boggs on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. He was listed as a 19-year-old male born in Missouri and employed as a clerk.1,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

Theodore Boggs1

M, #14237, b. 1834
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Theodore Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born in 1834 in Missouri.1,2
Based on age, Theodore Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white male, five and under ten years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
He was enumerated with his parent Lilburn Williams Boggs on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. He was listed as a 16-year-old male born in Missouri.1,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

John Boggs1

M, #14238, b. 1833
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     John Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born in 1833 in Missouri.1,2
Based on age, John Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white male, five and under ten years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
He was enumerated with his parent Lilburn Williams Boggs on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. He was listed as a 17-year-old male born in Missouri and was employed as a clerk.1,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

George W. Boggs1

M, #14239, b. 1839
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     George W. Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born in 1839 in Missouri.1,2
Based on age, George W. Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white male, under five years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
He was enumerated with his parent Lilburn Williams Boggs on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. He was listed as an 11-year-old male born in Missouri.1,2
George married Alabama McMeans in 1865 at Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.4

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Family

Alabama McMeans
Child

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.
  4. [S1819] Rootsweb Message Boards.

Martha Boggs1

F, #14240, b. circa 1825
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Martha Boggs, daughter of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born circa 1825 in Missouri.1
Based on age, Martha Boggs was probably listed on the 1830 U.S. Census at Jackson County, Missouri, as a free white female, under five years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.2
Based on age, Martha Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white female, ten and under fifteen years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1830Jackson County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs2
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2677] 1830 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

Minerva M. Boggs1,2

F, #14241, b. 1836
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Minerva M. Boggs, daughter of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born in 1836 in Missouri.1
Based on age, Minerva M. Boggs was probably listed on the 1840 U.S. Census at Cole County, Missouri, as a free white female, under five years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3
Minerva was enumerated with her parent Lilburn Williams Boggs on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. She was listed as a 14-year-old female born in Missouri.1,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1840Cole County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.
  3. [S2678] 1840 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

Sophia G. Boggs1

F, #14242, b. October 29, 1841
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Sophia G. Boggs, daughter of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born on October 29, 1841 in Jackson County, Missouri.1
Sophia was enumerated with her parent Lilburn Williams Boggs on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. She was listed as a nine-year-old female born in Missouri.1,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.

Joseph Oliver Boggs1

M, #14243, b. 1845
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Panthea Grant Boone1 b. September 20, 1801, d. 1880
     Joseph Oliver Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Panthea Grant Boone, was born in 1845 in Missouri.1,2
He was enumerated with his parent Lilburn Williams Boggs under the name of "Joseph C. Boggs" on the 1850 U. S. Census for Sonoma County, California. He was listed as a five-year-old male born in Missouri.1,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1850Sonoma County, CaliforniaLilburn Williams Boggs1,2

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S2058] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), L. W. Boggs household.

John McKinley Boggs1,2

M, #14244, b. circa 1758, d. April 5, 1847
     John McKinley Boggs was born circa 1758 in Pennsylvania Colony.2
John married Martha Oliver circa 1789 at Pennsylvania.1,2
John died on April 5, 1847 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.2

Family

Martha Oliver b. circa 1770
Children

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S1998] D. Frank Beard, October 5, 2001.

Martha Oliver1

F, #14245, b. circa 1770
     Martha Oliver was born circa 1770 in Pennsylvania Colony.2
Martha married John McKinley Boggs circa 1789 at Pennsylvania.1,2

Family

John McKinley Boggs b. circa 1758, d. April 5, 1847
Children

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S1998] D. Frank Beard, October 5, 2001.

Juliannah Bent1

F, #14246, b. June 18, 1801, d. before 1823
Father*Silas Bent1 b. May 16, 1768, d. November 20, 1827
Mother*Martha Kerr1 b. June 8, 1778
     Juliannah Bent was also known as Julia Ann.2 Juliannah Bent, daughter of Silas Bent and Martha Kerr, was born on June 18, 1801 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.1 Conflicting evidence placed her birth in 1795 in St. Louis, Missouri (Boggs Data Fiile.)3
Juliannah moved along with Silas Bent and Martha Kerr in September, 1806 from Marietta, Ohio to St. Louis, Louisiana Territory.4
Juliannah (her first marriage) marrried Lilburn Williams Boggs (his first marriage) , son of John McKinley Boggs and Martha Oliver, in August, 1817.2,3,5
Juliannah died before 1823 in St. Louis, Missouri.2,3

Family

Lilburn Williams Boggs b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  3. [S1998] D. Frank Beard, October 5, 2001.
  4. [S2054] Internet Site: History).
  5. [S2030] Internet Site: Lilburn W. Boggs History).
  6. [S2677] 1830 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

Angus Boggs1

M, #14247, b. circa 1817
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Juliannah Bent1 b. June 18, 1801, d. before 1823
     Angus Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Juliannah Bent, was born circa 1817.1,2
Based on age, Angus Boggs was probably listed on the 1830 U.S. Census at Jackson County, Missouri, as a free white male, ten and under fifteen years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1830Jackson County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S1998] D. Frank Beard, October 5, 2001.
  3. [S2677] 1830 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

Henry Boggs1

M, #14248, b. circa 1819
Father*Lilburn Williams Boggs1 b. December 14, 1796, d. March 14, 1860
Mother*Juliannah Bent1 b. June 18, 1801, d. before 1823
     Henry Boggs, son of Lilburn Williams Boggs and Juliannah Bent, was born circa 1819.1,2
Based on age, Henry Boggs was probably listed on the 1830 U.S. Census at Jackson County, Missouri, as a free white male, five and under ten years old and residing with Lilburn Williams Boggs.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1830Jackson County, MissouriLilburn Williams Boggs3

Citations

  1. [S1859] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  2. [S1998] D. Frank Beard, October 5, 2001.
  3. [S2677] 1830 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Lilburn W. Boggs household.

Alabama McMeans1

F, #14249

Family

George W. Boggs b. 1839
Child

Citations

  1. [S1819] Rootsweb Message Boards.

Francis W. Boggs1

M, #14250, b. circa 1870, d. October 27, 1911
Father*George W. Boggs1 b. 1839
Mother*Alabama McMeans1
Francis W. Boggs
     Francis W. Boggs, son of George W. Boggs and Alabama McMeans, was born circa 1870 in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.1 Francis W. Boggs attended art school at New York, New York County, New York, circa 1892.1
Francis married Lillian H. Hayward circa 1895.1
In 1907 Francis Boggs finishes his motion picture The County of Monte Cristo. Boggs is later instructed by his Chicago-based employer to set up a permanent file operation in Los Angeles.2
Monte Cristo (Selig Polyscope, 1908) Perhaps the earliest version of The Count of Monte Cristo, Monte Cristo was directed by Francis W. Boggs (1870-1911). This is only the fourth Boggs-directed film to surface from over 200 he made. A rare find indeed! No cast credits have surfaced as of yet. The film consists of 5 acts performed mostly on a stage. A curtain is raised and lowered at the end of each scene. The camera is static and placed in the seats facing the stage. Some of the backdrops are crude, while others are painted in convincing perspective. This cinematic portrayal of Edmund Dante's adventures follow the Dumas classic faithfully. The photos are selected from Dante's clever escape from the notorious Chateau D'lf to the isle of Monte Cristo - where he discovers riches beyond his wildest dreams. This sequence contains the only footage not shot upon a stage.3
Francis W. Boggs
Count of Monte Cristo
Francis W. Boggs
Count of Monte Cristo
Francis W. Boggs
Count of Monte Cristo
Francis W. Boggs
Count of Monte Cristo
Francis W. Boggs
Count of Monte Cristo

In 1908 Francis Boggs completes ITAL: In the Sultan's Power, the first motion picture completely made in Los Angeles.2
Ben's Kid with Roscoe Arbuckle was released by Selig Polyscope Company on July 1, 1909, Francis Boggs was the Director.4
Mrs. Jones' Birthday with Roscoe Arbuckle was released by Selig Polyscope Company on August 30, 1909, Francis Boggs was the Director.4
Making It Pleasant For Him with Roscoe Arbuckle was released by Selig Polyscope Company on November 29, 1909, Francis Boggs was Director.4
Francis W. Boggs was filming movies in Colorado in 1910.5
The Sanitarium with Roscoe Arbuckle was released by Selig Polyscope Company on October 10, 1910, Francis Boggs was Director.4
Francis died on October 27, 1911 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.1      For all his importance, Boggs is a hazy figure in movie history. In a four-year film career he wrote and directed nearly 200 one-reel films. Today, only three are known to survive. Colleagues rated Boggs as a man of great talent, rare vision and enormous energy–but if he is remembered at all today it is because he was the victim of the first movieland murder.
He was born in 1870, probably in Newman, California–we can’t be sure because Stanislaus County did not begin keeping vital records until 1873. On his paternal grandmother’s side he was descended from Daniel Boone. His grandfather was Lilburn W. Boggs, the notorious Missouri governor who evicted early Mormon settlers from that state; and who later came to California by covered wagon and became the first Alcalde under statehood of Northern California.
     Francis Boggs became interested in the theater, and by 1899 he was a member of the Alcazar stock company in San Francisco. He toured the "southern mine country" around Sonora with the Boggs-Hernandez Stock Company in the summer of 1899, and in 1900, census enumerators found Boggs, his wife Lillian, and their son Edwin, in Los Angeles staying at the Ramona Hotel on Spring Street.
     Around 1903, and probably separated or divorced, Boggs moved to Chicago, where he became associated with the May Hosmer Stock Company at the People’s Theater, appearing in theatrical war-horses like The Two Orphans. In 1907 he began moonlighting making movies for William N. Selig.
     Boggs came to California in December, 1907, to shoot the climactic scenes of The Count of Monte Cristo. Never mind that the actor who played the lead in the rest of the film did not make the trek west. Boggs hired a mind reader from a struggling Los Angeles dime museum to double his star, rented a crepe beard and paid the grateful medium a buck and a half to assume the role of Dantes at the crucial moment when he emerges from the sea to proclaim "The world is mine!"
     1908 found Boggs back in Chicago; then he embarked on an ambitious location jaunt that took him to New Orleans, Denver, and finally in the spring of 1909 to Los Angeles, where he set up operations in the side yard of the Sing Kee Laundry near Eighth and Grand. He hired local stage star Hobart Bosworth to appear in the first dramatic film shot entirely in Los Angeles, In The Sultan’s Power.
     Summer 1909 found Boggs around Yosemite, soaking in the scenery for his Selig Polyscope camera; but in the fall he returned to Los Angeles and established headquarters in a small bungalow on Allesandro Street in Edendale. At first, William N. Selig balked at establishing a permanent satellite studio–but Boggs and Hobart Bosworth responded with a manifesto that touted the advantages of California; and Selig discovered that his L.A. films were selling better than his Chicago-made product. Reluctantly he relented, and the Edendale bungalow was soon engulfed within a California mission style walled fortress.
     Selig came west to admire his new studio in the fall of 1911. The sky was full of drizzle October 27th, and the actors were told to stand by as Selig and Boggs conferred. Suddenly, Frank Minnematsu, the "gentleman janitor" of the studio, burst in to the office, and with a pistol borrowed from an actor’s dressing room, pumped four shots into Francis Boggs.
     "Mr. Boggs was my best friend," Minnematsu told arresting officers. "He was always very nice to me. But a man told me he was evil and had to die." Convicted of murder after a four day trial, the Japanese janitor lived out his last 26 years in San Quentin with visions of a "dramatic self expression" in which he would raise up the prison walls and ascend into Heaven as he caused god to shower billions in gold on the Golden State.
     Francis Boggs was soon forgotten, his work allowed to crumble, his legacy erased except for the migration of picture people to the City fo the Angels that followed his pioneering efforts. "I have often wondered," wrote Boggs’s lifelong friend Charlie Thall some fifty years after the murder, "what might have developed had my friend Francis Boggs come from Florida instead of California. Perhaps . . . ?
by Robert S. Birchard.6
     For all his importance, Boggs is a hazy figure in movie history. In a four-year film career he wrote and directed nearly 200 one-reel films. Today, only three are known to survive. Colleagues rated Boggs as a man of great talent, rare vision and enormous energy–but if he is remembered at all today it is because he was the victim of the first movieland murder.
He was born in 1870, probably in Newman, California–we can’t be sure because Stanislaus County did not begin keeping vital records until 1873. On his paternal grandmother’s side he was descended from Daniel Boone. His grandfather was Lilburn W. Boggs, the notorious Missouri governor who evicted early Mormon settlers from that state; and who later came to California by covered wagon and became the first Alcalde under statehood of Northern California.
     Francis Boggs became interested in the theater, and by 1899 he was a member of the Alcazar stock company in San Francisco. He toured the "southern mine country" around Sonora with the Boggs-Hernandez Stock Company in the summer of 1899, and in 1900, census enumerators found Boggs, his wife Lillian, and their son Edwin, in Los Angeles staying at the Ramona Hotel on Spring Street.
     Around 1903, and probably separated or divorced, Boggs moved to Chicago, where he became associated with the May Hosmer Stock Company at the People’s Theater, appearing in theatrical war-horses like The Two Orphans. In 1907 he began moonlighting making movies for William N. Selig.
     Boggs came to California in December, 1907, to shoot the climactic scenes of The Count of Monte Cristo. Never mind that the actor who played the lead in the rest of the film did not make the trek west. Boggs hired a mind reader from a struggling Los Angeles dime museum to double his star, rented a crepe beard and paid the grateful medium a buck and a half to assume the role of Dantes at the crucial moment when he emerges from the sea to proclaim "The world is mine!"
     1908 found Boggs back in Chicago; then he embarked on an ambitious location jaunt that took him to New Orleans, Denver, and finally in the spring of 1909 to Los Angeles, where he set up operations in the side yard of the Sing Kee Laundry near Eighth and Grand. He hired local stage star Hobart Bosworth to appear in the first dramatic film shot entirely in Los Angeles, In The Sultan’s Power.
     Summer 1909 found Boggs around Yosemite, soaking in the scenery for his Selig Polyscope camera; but in the fall he returned to Los Angeles and established headquarters in a small bungalow on Allesandro Street in Edendale. At first, William N. Selig balked at establishing a permanent satellite studio–but Boggs and Hobart Bosworth responded with a manifesto that touted the advantages of California; and Selig discovered that his L.A. films were selling better than his Chicago-made product. Reluctantly he relented, and the Edendale bungalow was soon engulfed within a California mission style walled fortress.
     Selig came west to admire his new studio in the fall of 1911. The sky was full of drizzle October 27th, and the actors were told to stand by as Selig and Boggs conferred. Suddenly, Frank Minnematsu, the "gentleman janitor" of the studio, burst in to the office, and with a pistol borrowed from an actor’s dressing room, pumped four shots into Francis Boggs.
     "Mr. Boggs was my best friend," Minnematsu told arresting officers. "He was always very nice to me. But a man told me he was evil and had to die." Convicted of murder after a four day trial, the Japanese janitor lived out his last 26 years in San Quentin with visions of a "dramatic self expression" in which he would raise up the prison walls and ascend into Heaven as he caused god to shower billions in gold on the Golden State.
     Francis Boggs was soon forgotten, his work allowed to crumble, his legacy erased except for the migration of picture people to the City fo the Angels that followed his pioneering efforts. "I have often wondered," wrote Boggs’s lifelong friend Charlie Thall some fifty years after the murder, "what might have developed had my friend Francis Boggs come from Florida instead of California. Perhaps . . . ?
by Robert S. Birchard
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Family

Lillian H. Hayward
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