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Daniel Boone, The Extraordinary Life Of A Common Man©
Many heroic exploits and chivalrous adventures are related to me which exist only in the regions of fancy.
With me the world has taken great liberties, and yet I have been but a common man." ....Daniel Boone

Boone, Daniel - MSN Encarta
World Wide School features a transcription of the frontiersman's narrative about his adventures in Kentucky.
Daniel Boone - American Pioneer and Trailblazer
> I have never been lost, but I will admit
    to being confused for several weeks.
                                                     —Daniel Boone

History of Western North Carolina
Chapter IV - Daniel Boone By John Preston Arthur, 1914. HTML by Jeffrey C. Weaver,
October 1998.
Boone, Daniel - Adventures
Presents the full text of the adventurer's own account of his exploits in the Kentucky back-woods. Includes a large portrait of the man
Boone, Daniel - Project
Research Boone in this scholarly work which strives to separate reality from the myth perpetuated by past writers.
Boone, Daniel - Roadside America
Guide to attractions in America provides a brief article about the controversy surrounding the whereabouts of Boone's final resting place.
Boone, Daniel - Infoplease.com
Read a profile of the frontiersman in this encyclopedia. Also find links to related topics and a bibliography
Boone, Daniel - American West
Article provided by the Harrodsburg Historical Society offers a brief look at the expeditions undertaken by the frontiersman
Daniel Boone's Last Hunt
Article written by James Pierce tells of an anecdote extracted from Mack Faragher's biography of Daniel Boone.
Boone, Daniel - Homestead
Take a virtual tour of the birth place of this American frontiersman. Contains a biography of Boone and a map to his homestead
Daniel Boone, Archiving Early America
American history resource features a brief overview and a transcription of the frontiersman's "Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boone
Sep. 3, 1927 visit of Boone Family Association to L.M.U. and Cumberland Gap
The Digital Library of Appalachia host many images of our National History
The Boone Society, Inc. is an association of descendants, genealogists and historians who enjoy studying the lives and times of this remarkable family.

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The Boon(e), Lincoln, Will, Kimmel and Donalds families

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I was contacted a couple weeks ago by Mick Boone, an employee of Homeland Security's Federal Law Enforcement Training Facility in Charleston, South Carolina with the news that there might be something wrong with my Boone Genealogy. (Emails Here) I began looking at it and the DNA evidence of relationships of different lines of Boone families. I have updated the Daniel Boone Genealogy Page to the best of my ability. I hope it is informational and if I have made mistakes, don't hesitate to email me Joe Payne. I will respond with like gratitude and graciousness.

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1. George Boone I was born BET 1575 AND 1618 in England, and died BET 1615 AND 1699. He married Sarah Oppy (Uppy) .
  Information for George Boone, and descendants come from data in various publications:
"Some Boone Descendants and Kindred of the St. Charlse District"
by Lillian Hays Oliver, Published 1964 Burlington, Vermont. Reprint by De an Publications, Rancho Cordova, California 1984.
Referenced in this document as: (OBDSC)
"Daniel Boone, The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer:
by John Mark Fargher, Published by Henry Holt and Company, New York, Cop y Right 1992.


Child of George Boone I and Ann Fallace is:
+ 2   i. George Boone II was born ABT 1636 in City of Exeter, Devonshire, England, and died MAY 1696 in Stoke Cannon, Devonshire, England.


Descendant Generation No. 2

2. George Boone II (George Boone I1) was born ABT 1636 in City of Exeter, Devonshire, England, and died MAY 1696 in Stoke Cannon, Devonshire, England. He married Sarah Uppey. She was born ABT 1628 in Devonshire, England, and died BET 1708 AND 1709 in Stoke Cannon, Devonshire, England.
  Stoke Canon is located in the lowlands of the beautiful rolling countrys i de of Devon. It is situated between the merging of the River Culm int o t he River Exe, about five miles north of the city of Exeter. Original ly c alled Hrocastoc (Rooks' Farm), the village name was changed to Stok e Cano n after King Athelstan granted the manor to the Exeter monastery i n 938 . The long and ancient bridge spanning two branches of the Culm a t Stok e Canon received a legacy in the will of Bishop Stapledon in 1326.
As a blacksmith in Stoke Canon, George Boone II and his family were enti t led to a pew in the front of their parish church and their house undoub te dly was one of the better ones in the village. It had probably been r ece ntly remodeled, as many were during the sixteenth and seventeenth ce ntur ies, to have instead of just one large hall, several rooms includin g a parlor, a buttery and kitchen, a hall, and a shop in which the fathe r and h is apprentices and journeymen worked at their trade
.

Children of George Boone II and Sarah Uppey are:
  3   i. Henry Boone.
  4   ii. John Boone.
  5   iii. Percis Boone.
+ 6   iv. George Boone III was born 1666 in Stoke Cannon, Devonshire, England, and died ABT 1744 in Gwynedd, Berks County Pa..


Descendant Generation No. 3

6. George Boone III (George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 1666 in Stoke Cannon, Devonshire, England, and died ABT 1744 in Gwynedd, Berks County Pa.. He married Mary Milton Maurgridge 16 AUG 1689 in Bradninch Parish, Devonshire, England, daughter of John Maurgridge and Mary Milton. She was born ABT 1669 in Brandninch, Devonshire England, and died ABT 1740 in Gwynedd, Berks County Pa..
  When the first six children of George and Mary Morgridge Boone were born , the Boones were members of the Church of England and their baptisms wer e recorded in the register of Bradninch Parish. The Anglican Church in B radninch is St. Disen's which was built in the middle of the 15th century ; Bradninch is a village about nine miles north of Exeter. Since subsequ ent children of George and Mary apparently were not baptized in Bradninch , they must have been converted to the Quaker faith before their son Jose ph was born on April 5, 1704 old style. When the Boones arrived in Penns ylvania, George Boone IV held a certificate of membership in the Religiou s Society of Friends at Bradninch and George III brought a certificate fr om the Quaker meeting at Cullompton which is a town northeast of Bradninc h about a mile up the River Culm.
George Boone III generally has been identified as a weaver, but he appare ntly had a blacksmith shop in Bradninch. Since his father was a blacksmi th in Stoke Canon, George III must have been familiar with the trade an d perhaps he operated a smithy in conjunction with his weaving business . George III probably became a weaver due to the growing importance of c loth manufacture in Devonshire during his childhood. He must have serve d his apprenticeship as a weaver in Bradninch because that town had a la w that only those who apprenticed there could be employed in the communit y. The cloth made in Bradninch was a kind of serge called duroy.
Early in 1717, before he left for America, George Boone III made a writte n admission to the Quakers that he was guilty of drunkenness and adultery : "Dear Friends, being duly sensible of my transgressions and sins again st God, I do therefore after a long time make my humble confession ... Fr om this my wickedness - which was the keeping of wild company and drinkin g by which I sometimes became guilty of drunkenness - I fell into anothe r gross evil, by whiccch the honour due unto marriage was lost, for the mar riage bed was defiled. Oh, what shall I say, Lord, wash me and cleanse m e, I beseech thee."
That summer, George III and Mary and their six remaining children travele d the some seventy miles to Bristol on foot and bought passage to Pennsyl vania. The six full fares and two half-fares cost them thirty-five pound s for a voyage that would leave at the "next good wind and weather." The ir ship sailed on August 17, 1717. After their arrival in Pennsylvania o n September 19, 1717 OS, George III and Mary went to Abingdon, where thei r married son George lived; they apparently did not join the Quakers in A bingdon. After about a month at Abingdon, the family moved to North Wale s Township in Philadelphia County where George Boone III applied for memb ership at Gwynedd Monthly Meeting: "10-31-1717, George Boone Sr. produce d a certificate of his good life and conversation from the Monthly at Cal lumpton in Great Britain which was read and well received."
By 1720, the Boones had moved again; George III was described as a reside nt of Gwynedd when he received a warrant for 400 acres of land in Oley To wnship on December 20, 1718. The amount of vacant land surrounding the t ract suggests that he was among the earliest settlers in the area. Late r George III apparently acquired the vacant land surrounding his origina l tract and his sons obtained land near to or adjoining him in Oley Towns hip. The Boone farm in Oley Township in Philadelphia County was include d in Exeter Township when it was set-off from Oley in 1741; the land wa s located in the part of Philadelphia County which became Lancaster Count y when Lancaster and Berks Counties were created in 1752. Being from nea r Exeter, England, perhaps the Boones influenced the selection of the nam e Exeter for the new township in which their land was located. The famil y attended Gwynedd Meeting until August 25, 1737 OS, when a new church wa s organized as Oley Monthly Meeting on May 27, 1742 OS, and later re-name d Exeter Monthly Meeting.
In May 1728, trouble arose in the Boone neighborhood between the white se ttlers and a band of Shawnee Indians from Illinois. A Shawnee brave wa s wounded in a dispute over some meat and panic swept through the distric t on a wave of rumors about Indian retaliation. George Boone, who wa s a justice of the peace, had to intervene when some whites threatened t o kill two Indian girls. He sent an urgent call for help to the Governo r in Philadelphia: "Our Condition at Present looks with a bad Vizard .. . our Inhabitants are Generally fled (and) there remains about 20 men wit h me to guard my mill ... we are resolved to defend ourselves to ye las t Extremity. Wherefore I desire ye Governor & Counsel to Take our Caus e into Consideration; And speedily send some Messengers to ye Indians, An d some arms and ammunition to us, with some strength allso, otherwise w e shall undoubtedly perish and our province laid desolate and destroyed. "
The homestead of George Boone III, on Monocacy Creek, i
s a now an histori cal site. Having chosen what is now, and no doubt was then, a most beaut iful piece of fertile, rolling land, George III built a log house upon i t in 1720. Thirteen years later, having prospered, he erected a larger h ouse of stone nearby, which is still standing.
Having built the new house, George III refused for some reason to live i n it himself, but turned it over to his children and continued to resid e in the log house until his death. It is quite possible that some of hi s married children were then living at home with young families, and tha t George III and Mary preferred the quiet of the smaller home for themsel ves. When George III died, it is said that his remains were carried int o the stone house and from there to his burial in the Friends burying gro und at Exeter Meeting House. An old family Bible records the fact that " when Grandfather died he left 8 children, 52 grandchildren and 10 great-g randchildren living, in all 70, being as many persons as the house of Jac ob which came into Egypt."
In accordance with the custom of the Friends Society, no stones mark th e graves of George Boone III and his wife, Mary, but a far greater memori al is found in the thousands of descendants who unite in honoring their m emory.
The George Boone III homestead is a short distance south of Oley Line/Lim ekiln Post Office on a road between highways 73 and 562. The Squire Boon e homestead is about two miles directly south on Owatin Creek, a tributar y of Monocacy Creek. Monocacy Creek enters the Schuylkill River abou t a mile south of Squire Boone's homestead, east of Birdsboro. Exeter Fr iends Meeting House is between the homes of George and Squire and slightl y to the east on a parallel local road, on land purchased from George Boone IV

Children of George Boone III and Mary Milton Maurgridge are:
  7   i. George Boone IV was born 13 JUL 1690 in Brandninch, Devonshire England, and died 20 NOV 1753 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pa.. He married Deborah Howell 27 JUL 1713 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, daughter of William Howell and Mary. She was born 3 NOV 1691, and died 26 JAN 1759.
  8   ii. Sarah Boone was born 18 FEB 1691/92, and died ABT 1743. She married Joseph Stover.
+ 9   iii. Squire Boone Sr. was born 25 NOV 1696 in Brandninch, Devonshire England, and died 2 JAN 1765 in Radkin Valley, Rowan County NC USA.
  10   iv. Mary Boone was born 26 SEP 1699 in Devonshire, England, and died 16 JAN 1774 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. She married John Webb 13 SEP 1720 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He died 18 OCT 1774.
  11   v. John Boone was born 3 JAN 1700/01 in Brandninch, Devonshire England, and died BET 1693 AND 1793 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pa..
+ 12   vi. Joseph Boone Sr. was born 5 APR 1704 in Brandninch, Devonshire England, and died 30 JAN 1776 in Berks County, Pennsylvania.
+ 13   vii. Benjamin Boone was born 16 JUL 1706 in Devonshire, England, and died 14 OCT 1762 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania USA.
  14   viii. James Boone was born 9 JUL 1709 in Devonshire, England, and died 1 SEP 1785 in Berks Co., PennsylvaniaUSA. He married Mary Foulke 15 MAY 1735, daughter of Hugh Foulke and Anne ??.
+ 15   ix. Samuel Boone Sr. was born 1711 in Bradninch, Devonshire England, and died 6 AUG 1745 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania USA.


Descendant Generation No. 4

(7) George4 BOONE,  (George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1)  was born in 1690, and married (15) Deborah HOWELL who was born in 1691. George died in 1753. Deborah died in 1759.
Children:
16 + William5 BOONE
17 Josiah BOONE b. 1727 d. 1814

12. Joseph Boone Sr. (George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 5 APR 1704 in Brandninch, Devonshire England, and died 30 JAN 1776 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. He married Catherine Warren BET 1718 AND 1752. She was born BET 1690 AND 1713, and died 31 JAN 1778.
   

Child of Joseph Boone Sr. and Catherine Warren is:
+ 27   i. Joseph Boone Jr. was born 1730, and died 1776 in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

13. Benjamin Boone (George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 16 JUL 1706 in Devonshire, England, and died 14 OCT 1762 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania USA. He married Ann Farmer 31 OCT 1726. She was born BET 1686 AND 1712, and died BET 1731 AND 1801. He married Susannah 1737.
   

Child of Benjamin Boone and Ann Farmer is:
+ 28   i. John Boone was born 1727 in Gwynedd, Berks County Pa., and died 1762.

15. Samuel Boone Sr. (George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 1711 in Bradninch, Devonshire England, and died 6 AUG 1745 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania USA. He married Elizabeth Sarah Cassel 29 OCT 1734 in Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania, daughter of Arnold Cassel and Susanna ??. She was born BET 1695 AND 1719, and died BET 1739 AND 1807.
   

Child of Samuel Boone Sr. and Elizabeth Sarah Cassel is:
  29   i. Samuel Boone Jr. was born 1736. He married Rachel Coles. He married Jane Faulke Hughes.


Descendant Generation No. 5


(16) William5 BOONE, (George4 BOONE, George3, George2, George1) married (36) Sarah LINCOLN, daughter of Mordecai LINCOLN and Hannah SALTER.

         Our Shared Ancestry with Daniel Boone and Abraham Lincoln

One of the rewarding aspects of genealogical research is that it seems that if one goes back far enough, a relationship with at least one
admirable historical figure can be established, somewhere in one's family tree. In the case of the Boon(e) family, we can find connections to the
famous American Frontiersman, Daniel Boone, and to our heroic President Abraham Lincoln.
My great-great-great grandfather, Benningsen Boon (RIN 785), was the great-grandson of William Boone, who was first cousin of the
explorer Daniel Boone. Our common ancestors with Daniel Boone are Daniel's grandparents, George Boone III and his wife Mary Milton
Maugridge. The shared descendancy chart is as follows:

1. George Boone III, b. 1666, Stoak, England
sp. Mary Milton Maugridge, b. 1669, Bradninch, England
2. George Boone IV, b. 1690, Devonshire, England
sp. Deborah Howell, b. 1691, Haverton, PA
3. William Boone, b. 1724, Exeter Twp., Berks County, PA
d. 1769/1771, Frederick County, MD
sp. Sarah Lincoln, b. 10 April 1727, d. 21 April 1810
4. William Boon II, b. 1753, Exeter, PA, d. 1798,
Boonsboro, MD
sp. Susanna Parks, b. 11 Sep 1755, d. 1 Feb 1844,
Boonsboro, MD
5. William Boon III, b. 1777, Catawba County, NC, d. 1836
sp. Elizabeth Cline, b. about 1781, d. 1813
6. Benningsen Boon, b. 1807, (to-become) Jackson
County, IL
2. Squire Boone, b. 1696, Devonshire, England
sp. Sarah Morgan, b. 1700
3. Daniel Boone, b. 1734, Exeter Twp., Berks County, PA
d. 1820, St. Charles, MO
sp. Rebecca Bryan

Sarah Lincoln, was the sister of John Lincoln, who was a great-grandfather of President Abraham Lincoln. Our shared ancestry with
Abraham Lincoln is through Sarah's father, Mordecai Lincoln and his wife Hannah Salter.

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Photo of Daniel Benningsen Boon dated Summer of 1904
From:Joan E. Proulx jeproulx@comcast.net - Sept. 2007

I have the photo mentioned above. It also states Daniel was the son of CC Boon. Could this be one of your Boons?

It was found in Hazel, KY with a photo of one of my relatives who happened to be a photographer. The person who found it in an antique store was visiting from TN. The picture is now in NH and I'm looking for help finding it a home. Yes, this is the son of Cyrus Conrad "Coon" BOON b. 4 May 1846 in Big Hill Twp., Jackson, IL. This database has all the information you will need Cyrus Conrad "Coon" BOON

17. Israel Boone (Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 9 MAY 1726, and died 1756. He married Unknown 1748. She was born BET 1710 AND 1734, and died JUN 1756.
   

Children of Israel Boone and Unknown are:
  30   i. Daughter Boone.
  31   ii. Jesse Boone was born BET 1746 AND 1756, and died BET 1750 AND 1843.
  32   iii. Johnathan Boone was born BET 1746 AND 1756.

18. Samuel Boone (Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 20 MAY 1728 in new Britain Township, Bucks Co., Pennsylvana, and died BET 1749 AND 1818 in Kentucky. He married Sarah Day BET 1745 AND 1778. She was born BET 1724 AND 1743, and died ABT 1819 in Missouri.  There is a strong possiblity that Sarah Day is of the Christopher Day , Sr family of Plumstead Twp., Bucks Co., PA
The Day family migrated to Tennessee at the same time the Boone family.
  BIOGRAPHY: FROM THE MANUSCRIPT "OUR ANCESTRY" BY MRS. HARRY V. DIXON OF 124 NOGALES AVE. IN NORTH SACRAMENTO, CA. ON DEC. 28, 1950: "Was a Quakeress in Pennsylvania or North Carolina. Moved to North then South Carolina, finally settling in Fayette County, Kentucky near Athens in the fall of 1779."

DEATH: Died at the home Leonard K. Bradley.Sarah (Day) Boone, wife of Samuel, lived after her husband's death with her daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Leonard Bradley, in Missouri. It was to her that Daniel Bone wrote the well-known letter, inwhich he states his simple profession of fai th. As a reproduction of this letter given in Thwaite's "Life of Daniel Boone," only a transcription is given here:

October the 17th, 1816

"Dear Sister
With Pleasuer I red a later from your sun Samuel Boone who informs me that you are yet Living and in good health considering your age I wright to you to Latt you know I have not forgot you and to inform you of my own situation Sence the Death of y our Sister Rabacah I Live with flanders Calaway But am at present at my sun Nathans and in tolerable halth you can gass at my feilings by your own as we are So Near one age I Need Not write you of our Satuation as Samuel Bradley or James Grimes ' Can inform you of Every Surcomstance Relating to our family and how we live in this World and what Chance we shall have in the next we know Not for my part I am as ignerant as a Child all the Relegan I have to Love and fear God beleve in Jeses C hrist Dow all the good to my Nighbours and my Self that I can and Do as Little Harm as I can help and trust on God's marcy for the Rest and I Beleve god never made a man of my prinsepal to be Lost and I flatter myself Dear Sister that you are wel l on your way in Cristianaty gave my Love to all your Children and all my frends fearwell my Dear Sister

Daniel Boone

Mrs
Sarah Boone
N B
I red a Lator yesterday from Sister Hanah peninton by hir gand sun Dal Ringe She and all hir Chilfren are well at present
D B"

Children of Samuel Boone and Sarah Day are:
  33   i. Thomas Boone was born BET 1749 AND 1776, and died 19 AUG 1782 in Blue Licks, Kentucky.
  34   ii. Squire Boone was born BET 1749 AND 1778.

20. Daniel I Boone (Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 22 OCT 1734 in Oley, Pa. Later Exeter Township, Berks County, Pa., and died 26 SEP 1820 in Femme Osage, St. Charles County, Missouri. He married Rebecca Bryan 14 AUG 1756 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), daughter of Joseph Bryan and Alice ( Aylee) Linville. She was born 9 JAN 1738/39 in Western Virginia, and died 18 MAR 1813 in Warren County, Missouri.
   
Notes for Daniel BOONE:

STILL ANOTHER SUCCESS STORY
From Shirley Anderson (geneand@wtrt.net) and Anna L. Lutz (alutz@juno.com)

A family tree question for Bruce, Steve, Gary and the other VanBibber  experts: The newcomers among us have learned that four-year-old Isaac
VanBibber was taken into the home of Daniel and Rebecca Boone after the  death of his father in the Battle of Point Pleasant. We have also read by
now that the wilderness families had kind hearts, were hospitable, and were  good about sharing what they had. No doubt there were many orphans who were  immediately taken in. But Isaac was not an orphan, since his mother was  living, and she was said to be the sister of a well-to-do planter (Davis).

This does make a person wonder: For the Boones to raise Isaac when his mother  was still living--wouldn't that indicate that he may have been a close relative?

I don't find anything on the Boone page to indicate a family relationship to  VanBibbers before they took Isaac in--but what about Daniel's wife Rebecca?

Could Isaac have been related to her?

While we're on the subject of the Davis line in the family tree, that  brings to mind one more question, so how about one more topic for
discussion: Could the Davis line in the VanBibber tree have been ancestors  of Confederate President Jefferson Davis?

Okay everybody, how about some messages on our discussion group? The  Boone page is showing us up, as far as e-mail is concerned, that is.

Otherwise, no doubt  the Boones were lucky to get us into the family.

Regards,

Shirley Anderson, Texas

VanBibber--Bennett--Moore--Shaw--Brown--Riney--the Boones of Maryland--Montgomery--Simpson--Boarman--Taylor--Ogden--Ahern--O'Donnell

Hi Shirley,

I have just came home from a visit. You have asked some very good  questions in your e-mail.

No, Daniel Boone did not raise Isaac VanBibber. He was raised by his  uncle James VanBibber who lived near Raleigh, N. C. (L. C. Draper MMS).

Isaac's mother was married a second time and had to maintain her youngest  children. Isaac being taken to N. C. probably helped her with this. Isaac  returned to West Virginia when he was 14 years of age and joined the Kawashaha County Militia. I have tried to correct this with VanBibber
researcher's for several years. The first time I learned of this was from Maude Kincaid of Missouri, ( "The History of St. Charles County"). The
Boones did raise several young children, one was Polly Flinn whom Boone rescued from the Indians and the orphan children of James Boone, Rebecca's deceased brother.

The Boones were lucky to have had the VanBibbers to intermarry in their  family. When Boone was in Point Pleasant Mason County (WVa) he visited the home of Jesse VanBibber often, They hunted together on 13 Mile Creek in Union District of Mason County. He also hunted with Matthias VanBibber in Nicholas and Kawashaha Counties (WVa) and with Paddy Huddleston in the same area. The State Museum has the traps that Boone and Huddleston used to catch beavers. Daniel Boone had a FurTrading Post in Point Pleasant with Matthias and Isaac VanBibber as partners.

The Davis has not been proved to be related to President Jefferson Davis. Sarah Davis' parents have not been identified. I have seen several
queries from Davis researchers over saying their family had traditions that they were related to President Davis but did not know how they were related.
My husband's family of Davis had the same handed down tradition as being near relatives of the President Davis. No connection has been found to prove this connection.

Anna


Children of Daniel I Boone and Rebecca Bryan are:
  35   i. James Boone was born 3 MAY 1757 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 9 OCT 1773.   James was killed by Shawnee Indians near Cumberland Gap or Powell's Valley, Claiborne County, Tenneessee.
  36   ii. Israel Boone was born 25 JAN 1759 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 19 AUG 1782 in Blue Licks, Ky. Battlefield.
+ 37   iii. Susannah Boone was born 2 NOV 1760 in Culpeper County, Va., and died 19 OCT 1800 in Femme Osage, St. Charles County, Missouri.
+ 38   iv. Jemima Boone was born 4 OCT 1762 in Culpeper County, Va., and died 30 AUG 1834 in Charette, Warren County, Missouri.
+ 39   v. Levina Boone was born 23 MAR 1766 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 6 APR 1802 in Boone's Station, Clark County, Ky..
+ 40   vi. Rebecca Boone was born 26 MAY 1768 in Upper Yadkin Valley near Wilkesboro, N.C., and died 14 JUL 1805 in Clark County, Ky..
+ 41   vii. Daniel Morgan Boone was born 23 DEC 1769 in Upper Yadkin Valley near Wilkesboro, N.C., and died 13 JUL 1839 in Mouth of Kansas River (Kansas City), Jackson, Missour.
+ 42   viii. Jesse Bryan Boone was born 23 MAY 1773 in Upper Yadkin Valley near Wilkesboro, N.C., and died 1820 in Missouri.
  43   ix. William Boone was born 20 JUN 1775, and died ABT 1775 in Infancy.
+ 44   x. Nathan Boone was born 3 MAR 1781 in Boone's Station, Fayette County, Ky, and died 16 NOV 1856 in Headwaters of Osage River, Ash Grove, Green County, Mo..

21. Mary Boone (Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 3 NOV 1736 in Exeter Township, Berks Co., Pennsylvania, and died 1819. She married William (Billy) Morgan Bryan , Sr. 1755 in Rowan Co., NC, son of Morgan Bryan , Sr. and Martha Strode. He was born 1733, and died 7 MAY 1780.
   William Jennings Bryan was a cousin to  the Bryan's of Rowan Co., NC

Child of Mary Boone and William (Billy) Morgan Bryan , Sr. is:
  45   i. William Morgan Bryan , Jr..

23. Squire Boone Jr. (Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 5 OCT 1744 in Pennsyvania, and died ABT AUG 1815 in Indiana. He married Jane Van Cleve 8 AUG 1765. She was born 16 OCT 1749, and died 10 MAR 1829.
   

Children of Squire Boone Jr. and Jane Van Cleve are:
  46   i. Moses Boone was born BET 1766 AND 1792.
  47   ii. Isaiah Boone was born BET 1766 AND 1792.

26. George Boone (Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 2 JAN 1737/38 in Exeter Township, Berks Co., Pennsylvania, and died 11 NOV 1820 in Shelby County, Kentucky. He married Ann Linville ABT 1764, daughter of William Linville and Elenor Bryan. She was born BET 1727 AND 1753, and died 28 MAR 1814.
   

Children of George Boone and Ann Linville are:
  48   i. Elizabeth Boone was born ABT 1765.
  49   ii. Eleanor Boone was born ABT 1766.
  50   iii. William Linville Boone was born 22 FEB 1768 in North Carolina, and died 13 APR 1847 in Shelby County, Kentucky. He married Nancy Grubbs 16 AUG 1789.
+ 51   iv. John Boone was born 1769 in Shelby County, Kentucky, and died 1845 in Callaway County, Missouri.
  52   v. George Boone was born ABT 1770, and died ABT 1810.
  53   vi. Squire Boone was born ABT 1772, and died BET 1817 AND 1864 in St. Charles County, Missouri. He married Mourning Grubbs BET 1790 AND 1825.
  54   vii. Sarah Boone was born ABT 1774, and died BET 1788 AND 1868. She married Solomon Simpson BET 1788 AND 1821.
  55   viii. Susanna Boone was born 22 APR 1776, and died 16 OCT 1804. She married William Hern Or Hearne 8 APR 1795 in Kentucky.
  56   ix. Maria Boone was born ABT 1780, and died BET 1810 AND 1874. She married Joseph Steele OCT 1805.
+ 57   x. Samuuel Boone was born 15 JAN 1782 in Madison County, Kentucky, and died 19 SEP 1869 in Callaway County, Missouri.
  58   xi. Edward Boone was born ABT 1783, and died AUG 1869. He married Dorcas Simpson ABT 1865.

27. Joseph Boone Jr. (Joseph Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 1730, and died 1776 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Warren BET 1747 AND 1772. She was born BET 1726 AND 1749, and died BET 1772 AND 1836.
   

Children of Joseph Boone Jr. and Elizabeth Warren are:
  59   i. Jacob Boone was born BET 1751 AND 1775.
  60   ii. Ovid Boone was born BET 1751 AND 1775.
  61   iii. Sarah Boone was born BET 1751 AND 1775, and died BET 1797 AND 1864. She married William Wallace 21 MAR 1792 in Berks County, Pennsylvania.
  62   iv. Hannah Boone was born 1769, and died 1839. She married James Lamb BET 1781 AND 1812.

28. John Boone (Benjamin Boone4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 1727 in Gwynedd, Berks County Pa., and died 1762. He married Rebecca Bryan BET 1749 AND 1761. She was born 1737, and died 1820.
   

Child of John Boone and Rebecca Bryan is:
+ 63   i. Benjamin Boone was born 1754 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 1836 in Tennessee.


Descendant Generation No. 6

37. Susannah Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 2 NOV 1760 in Culpeper County, Va., and died 19 OCT 1800 in Femme Osage, St. Charles County, Missouri. She married William (Will) Hays Sr. MAR 1775 in Moores Fort (Fort Blackmore) Va.. He was born 13 DEC 1754 in North Carolina, and died 13 DEC 1804 in Femme Osage, St. Charles County, Missouri.
   

Children of Susannah Boone and William (Will) Hays Sr. are:
  64   i. William (Will) Hays Jr. died 1845. He married Phebe ??.
  65   ii. Daniel Boone Hays.
  66   iii. Elizabeth Hays was born 12 JUN 1776, and died BET 1792 AND 1883. She married Isaac Van Bibber , Jr. BET 1792 AND 1834, son of Isaac Van Bibber , Sr. and Sarah Davis.
  67   iv. Jemima Hays was born 31 AUG 1778, and died 6 NOV 1843 in Ft Boonesborough, Kentucky. She married James Davis BET 1792 AND 1834, son of Jonathan Davis.
  68   v. Susannah Hays was born ABT 1782. She married Joshua Dodson.

38. Jemima Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 4 OCT 1762 in Culpeper County, Va., and died 30 AUG 1834 in Charette, Warren County, Missouri. She married Flanders Callaway 1777 in Boonesborough, Ky., son of James Callaway and Sarah Unknown. He was born 9 DEC 1752 in Bedford County, Va., and died 1829 in Charette, Warren County, Missouri.
   

Children of Jemima Boone and Flanders Callaway are:
  69   i. Minvera Callaway. She married Dr. John Jones.
  70   ii. Elizabeth Callaway. She married Morgan Bryan.
  71   iii. John Boone Callaway was born BET 1775 AND 1798.
  72   iv. James Callaway was born BET 1775 AND 1802, and died 1815. He married Nancy Howell BET 1795 AND 1814.
  73   v. Frances Callaway was born 1785 in Kentucky, and died 1856. She married William T. Lamme BET 1798 AND 1825.
  74   vi. Larkin Callaway was born 1794 in Kentucky, and died 1939. He married Susannah Howell BET 1808 AND 1842.

39. Levina Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 23 MAR 1766 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 6 APR 1802 in Boone's Station, Clark County, Ky.. She married Joseph Scholl Sr. 1785 in Boone's Station, Clark County, Ky., son of William Scholl and Leah Morgan ( Scholl). He was born 1755, and died ABT 1835 in Boone's Station, Clark County, Ky..
   

Children of Levina Boone and Joseph Scholl Sr. are:
  75   i. Marcus Scholl was born BET 1779 AND 1801.
  76   ii. Selah ( Celia) Scholl was born BET 1779 AND 1801.
  77   iii. Marcia Scholl was born BET 1779 AND 1801.
  78   iv. Leah Scholl was born BET 1779 AND 1801.
  79   v. Daniel Boone Scholl was born BET 1779 AND 1801.
  80   vi. Septimus Scholl was born 21 NOV 1789 in Fayette County, Ky., and died 11 AUG 1849 in Jackson County, Missouri. He married Sarah Miller 11 DEC 1813 in Winchester, Clark County, Ky..
  81   vii. Jesse Boone Scholl was born 17 OCT 1791, and died 1 AUG 1843 in Callaway County, Missouri. He married Elizabeth Miller BET 1808 AND 1834, daughter of Andrew Sr. Miller and Catherine McCoy. She was born 1809, and died 1866.
  82   viii. Joseph Scholl Jr. was born 15 JUN 1800 in Clark County, Ky., and died 10 MAY 1884 in Callaway County, Missouri. He married Rebecca Miller BET 1816 AND 1828.

40. Rebecca Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 26 MAY 1768 in Upper Yadkin Valley near Wilkesboro, N.C., and died 14 JUL 1805 in Clark County, Ky.. She married Phillip Goe 1784 in Limestone, Ky. He was born 24 MAR 1767, and died MAR 1805 in Nicholas County, Ky..
   

Children of Rebecca Boone and Phillip Goe are:
  83   i. Noble Goe was born BET 1785 AND 1804, and died BET 1823 AND 1888. He married Jane Smith 5 NOV 1817 in St. Charles County, Missouri.
  84   ii. Daniel Boone Goe was born BET 1786 AND 1805, and died BET 1792 AND 1888.
  85   iii. Nathan Boone Goe was born BET 1786 AND 1805, and died BET 1792 AND 1888.
  86   iv. Tarleton Goe was born BET 1786 AND 1805.
  87   v. Nelly Goe was born BET 1786 AND 1805.
  88   vi. Dorcas Goe was born BET 1786 AND 1805.
  89   vii. Wiliiam Goe was born BET 1786 AND 1805.

41. Daniel Morgan Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 23 DEC 1769 in Upper Yadkin Valley near Wilkesboro, N.C., and died 13 JUL 1839 in Mouth of Kansas River (Kansas City), Jackson, Missour. He was buried in Hays-Boone Cemetery, Kansas City. Clay Co., Kansas. He married Sarah Griffin Lewis 2 MAR 1800 in Bon Homme or Femme Osage, St. Charles County, Missouri, daughter of John Baptish Lewis and Elizabeth Harvie. She was born 29 JAN 1786 in Virginia, and died 19 JAN 1850 in Jackson County, Missouri. She was buried in Hays-Boone Cemetery, Kansas City. Clay Co., Kansas.
   

Children of Daniel Morgan Boone and Sarah Griffin Lewis are:
  90   i. John W. Boone was born 19 DEC 1806 in St. Charles County, Missouri, and died 1822 in Gasconade County, Missouri.
  91   ii. Nathan Boone was born 17 FEB 1808 in St. Charles County, Missouri, and died 1835 in Jackson County, Missouri.
+ 92   iii. Daniel III Boone was born 27 MAR 1809 in St. Charles County, Missouri, and died 1880.
  93   iv. Lindsey Boone was born 22 OCT 1811, and died FEB 1834. He married Sarah Grooms 13 JAN 1832.
  94   v. Edward H. Boone was born 30 JUL 1813, and died 1860.
  95   vi. Elizabeth Levica Boone was born 22 APR 1815, and died 1850. She married James White 8 JAN 1836.
+ 96   vii. Alonzo Havington Boone was born 22 MAR 1817, and died 1873.
+ 97   viii. James Boone was born MAR 1819 in St. Charles, Missouri, and died 1852 in Jackson County, Missouri.
  98   ix. Milton L. Boone was born 11 MAR 1820, and died 19 AUG 1820.
  99   x. Cassandra Boone was born 3 NOV 1821, and died 20 MAY 1845 in Jackson County, Missouri. She married Unknown Cosby BET 1835 AND 1844.
+ 100   xi. Morgan Boone was born 3 AUG 1824, and died 1852.
  101   xii. Napoleon Boone was born 22 AUG 1828, and died 20 MAY 1850 in in Califoria.

42. Jesse Bryan Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 23 MAY 1773 in Upper Yadkin Valley near Wilkesboro, N.C., and died 1820 in Missouri. He married Chloe Van Bibber BET 1788 AND 1812, daughter of John Van Bibber and Chloe Staniford. She was born 13 AUG 1772.
   

Children of Jesse Bryan Boone and Chloe Van Bibber are:
  102   i. Harriet Boone was born 22 FEB 1794 in Fayette County, Ky., and died 27 NOV 1861 in Jefferson County, Missouri. She married Hiram H. Baber BET 1810 AND 1841.
  103   ii. Alphonso Boone was born 7 NOV 1796 in Callaway County, Missouri, and died BET 1828 AND 1887. He married Nancy Boon 1 FEB 1822 in Callaway County, Missouri. She was born BET 1784 AND 1806, and died BET 1827 AND 1895.
  104   iii. Minerva Boone was born 28 JUL 1799, and died BET 1813 AND 1893. She married Wynkoop Warner BET 1813 AND 1846.
  105   iv. Panthea Boone was born 20 SEP 1801 in Kentucky, and died 1880 in Napa County, Ca. She married Lilburn W. Boggs 1823.
  106   v. Albert Gallatin Boone was born 17 APR 1806, and died BET 1855 AND 1898. He married Ann Read Hamilton 9 JUL 1829.
  107   vi. Madison Boone was born 13 FEB 1809, and died BET 1826 AND 1899. He married Unknown McMurton BET 1826 AND 1859.
  108   vii. Emily Boone was born 31 AUG 1811, and died 1873 in Fulton, Missouri. She married James S. Henderson JUN 1832.
  109   viii. Van Danial Boone was born 29 APR 1814, and died 4 MAR 1871. He married Mary Ann Randall BET 1835 AND 1860.

44. Nathan Boone (Daniel I Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 3 MAR 1781 in Boone's Station, Fayette County, Ky, and died 16 NOV 1856 in Headwaters of Osage River, Ash Grove, Green County, Mo.. He married Olive Van Bibber 26 SEP 1799 in Limestone, Ky, daughter of Peter Van Bibber , Jr. and Margary ( Major) Bounds. She was born 13 JAN 1783 in Greenbriar County, Ky., and died 12 NOV 1858 in Ash Grove, Mo..
   

NATHAN AND OLIVE (VAN BIBBER) BOONE GROUP SHEET
By Steve Smith

Nathan BOONE, son of Daniel BOONE and Rebecca BRYAN
B. March 2, 1781 at BOONE's Station, Fayette County, Kentucky
M. Sep 26, 1799 at Little Sandy, Kentucky
D. Oct 16, 1856 at Ashgrove, Green County, MO.
Wife:
Olive VAN BIBBER, dau. of Peter VAN BIBBER, Jr., and Margery BOUNDS
B. Jan 13, 1783 in Greenbriar County, VA
D. Nov 12, 1858 in Ashgrove, Green Co., MO.
Nathan was active in Military: Positions; Captain, Major, Lt. Col. in
2nd. MO Dragoons & others.
Children:
1. James BOONE (Jul 3, 1800 St. Charles, MO.- ) md. Aug 18, 1840 to Polly ALLEN
2. Delinda BOONE (Feb 3, 1802 St. Charles, Mo, - Sep 18, 1877 Hanover, IL), md. Rev. James CRAIG on Apr 29, 1819 at Femme Osage, St. Charles,
MO. (James preached the funeral for Daniel BOONE.)
3. Jemima BOONE (Mar 17, 1804 - )md. Henry ZUMALT in 1824
4. Susan BOONE (Mar 8, 1806 - ) md. Joseph VAN BIBBER in St. Charles, MO. on Mar 18, 1827. Joseph was the son of James VAN BEBBER and Jane IRVINE.
James VAN BEBBER was the son of Peter VAN BIBBER, Jr., and Margery BOUNDS.
(James was the brother to Olive VAN BEBBER/BOONE).
5. Nancy BOONE (Mar 4, 1808 - died young)
6. Emilia (Malinda?) BOONE (Sep 22, 1810 - died young)
7. Olive BOONE ( Mar 18, 1812 _ ) md. Philip ANTHONY
8. Benjamin Howard BOONE ( Mar. 15, 1814 - Feb 7, 1866) md. Mary E. STALLARD on Mar 12, 1840 in St. Charles, Mo. Buried at Pleasant Hill Cem.,
Defiance, MO.
9. John Coburn (Coulter?) BOONE ( May 13, 1816 in MO.- 1902 in CA.) md. Molly WARDLOW , md. 2nd. Nancy BRYSON/McQUARRY in 1867 in AR.
10. Levica (Lavina) BOONE (Jun 17, 1818 in MO.- Jul 24, 1854) md. William CAWLFIELD.
11. Melcina (Melvina) BOONE (Apr 15, 1820 in MO- Jun 16, 1900 in MO.) md. James HOWARD , md. 2nd. Franklin T. FRAZIER before 1850.
12. Mary BOONE (Jan 22, 1822 in St. Charles, MO. - Jun 13, 1914 in Ashgrove MO. ) md. Alfred HOSMAN on 23 Apr 1841.
13. Sarah BOONE ( ) md. Winfield WRIGHT.
14. Mahala (Mahaley) BOONE ( ), md. Robert C. PRINTY.
Sources: BOONE FAMILY, by Spracker; Pioneer Fam. of Mo., MO. Gazette; SOME BOONE DESC., by OLIVER; 1850 Census of Green Co., MO., Mo. Historical Soc. Records.

You can see from the above list the relation of Joseph VAN BIBBER to Susan BOONE. This would make them first cousins, as I see it.? I show the
following children: Letitia VAN BEBBER who married three times: 1st.
Arthur SHAVER, 2nd. Arthur BOLAND, and 3rd. James MAXWELL; James VAN BEBBER, who md. Caroline STALEY; and Sarah VAN BEBBER, who md. Alsey
WOODARD. (Source: GREEN CO. MO Probate Records.)


Children of Nathan Boone and Olive Van Bibber are:
  110   i. James Boone was born 3 JUL 1800 in St. Charles, Missouri, and died BET 1817 AND 1890. He married Polly Allen BET 1817 AND 1850. She was born BET 1796 AND 1816, and died BET 1817 AND 1900.
+ 111   ii. Delinda Boone was born 3 FEB 1802 in St. Charles, Missouri, and died 18 SEP 1877 in Hanover, Illinois.
+ 112   iii. Jemima Boone was born 17 MAR 1804, and died BET 1848 AND 1899.
  113   iv. Susannah Boone was born 8 MAR 1806, and died BET 1833 AND 1900. She married Joseph Van Bibber 18 MAR 1827 in St. Charles, Missouri, son of Peter Van Bibber , Jr. and Margary ( Major) Bounds.
  114   v. Nancy Boone was born 4 MAR 1808.
  115   vi. Emilia Boone was born 22 SEP 1810, and died BET 1811 AND 1904.
  116   vii. Olive Boone was born 18 MAR 1812, and died BET 1826 AND 1906. She married Phil Anthony BET 1826 AND 1859. He was born BET 1795 AND 1815, and died BET 1829 AND 1901.
+ 117   viii. Benjamin Howard Boone was born 15 MAR 1814, and died 7 FEB 1866 in St. Charles, Missouri.
+ 118   ix. John Coulter Boone was born 13 MAY 1816 in St. Charles, Missouri, and died BET 1871 AND 1908 in Arkansas.
+ 119   x. Levicia Boone was born 17 JUN 1818, and died 24 JUL 1854 in Green County, Missouri.
+ 120   xi. Melvina Boone was born 15 APR 1820, and died 16 JUN 1900 in Green County, Missouri.
+ 121   xii. Mary Boone was born 22 JAN 1822 in St. Charles, Missouri, and died 13 JUN 1915 in Ash Grove, Mo..
  122   xiii. Sarah Boone was born 21 FEB 1824, and died BET 1838 AND 1918. She married Winfield Wright BET 1838 AND 1871. He was born BET 1807 AND 1827, and died BET 1841 AND 1913.
  123   xiv. Mahala Boone was born 24 SEP 1826, and died BET 1840 AND 1920. She married Robert C. Printy BET 1840 AND 1873. He was born BET 1809 AND 1829, and died BET 1843 AND 1915.

51. John Boone (George Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 1769 in Shelby County, Kentucky, and died 1845 in Callaway County, Missouri. He married Mary (Polly) Morris 6 DEC 1791.
   

Children of John Boone and Mary (Polly) Morris are:
  124   i. Alonzo Boone.
  125   ii. Ervin Boone.
  126   iii. Garlin Boone.
  127   iv. George Boone.
  128   v. Lucy Boone.
  129   vi. Mary Boone.

57. Samuuel Boone (George Boone5, Squire Boone Sr.4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 15 JAN 1782 in Madison County, Kentucky, and died 19 SEP 1869 in Callaway County, Missouri. He married Ann Simpson BET 1796 AND 1830 in 1796-1830. She was born BET 1766 AND 1791, and died BET 1809 AND 1878.
   

Children of Samuuel Boone and Ann Simpson are:
  130   i. Mary A. Boone.
  131   ii. Maxemille Boone.
  132   iii. Elizabeth C. Boone was born BET 1803 AND 1832, and died BET 1819 AND 1914. She married Banton Boone BET 1819 AND 1865.
  133   iv. Martha L. Boone was born BET 1803 AND 1832. She married Unknown Tuttle BET 1819 AND 1865.
  134   v. Samuel Tucker Boone was born BET 1803 AND 1832.
  135   vi. Jeptha V. Boone Boone was born 1806, and died 1881. He married Catherine Graham.

63. Benjamin Boone (John Boone5, Benjamin Boone4, George Boone III3, George Boone II2, George Boone I1) was born 1754 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 1836 in Tennessee. He married Rebecca Davis. He married Mary Wilson BET 1777 AND 1806. She was born 1765 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 1823 in Tennessee.
   

Child of Benjamin Boone and Mary Wilson is:
+ 136   i. John Wilson Boone was born 1 OCT 1786 in Yadkin Valley, NC. ( Bryan Settlement), and died 8 MAY 1828 in Darst Bottom ( Defiance) Missouri.



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