Sarah Boone1

F, b. circa 1850
     Sarah Boone was born circa 1850 at Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Boone and Margaret Blythe.1

Citations

  1. [S1378] 1860 Federal Census, Adams County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 928; FHL #803928.

Sarah Boone

F, b. 5 July 1782
     Sarah Boone was born on 5 July 1782. She was the daughter of Samuel Boone and Elinor Hughes.

Sarah Ann Boone

F, d. 1968
     Sarah Ann Boone was born at Adams Co., OH. She was the daughter of John Boone and Margaret Cooper. Sarah Ann Boone died in 1968.

Sarah Cassandra Boone

F, b. 7 June 1724, d. 1815
     Sarah Cassandra Boone was born on 7 June 1724 Converted from Quaker (old style) date notation. She was the daughter of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan. Sarah Cassandra Boone married John Wilcoxson in July 1742.
Note: John and Sarah Wilcoxson first lived on a land grant located near the present Cooleemee, in Davie County, North Carolina. The family relocated to Kentucky about 1779. Sarah Cassandra Boone died in 1815 at Bryant's Station, KY.

Schuyler C. Boone1

M, b. 3 February 1857
     Schuyler C. Boone was Methodist Episcopal. He was born on 3 February 1857.1 He was the son of Philip Boone and Susan (?)1 Schuyler C. Boone married Emma Jeanette Fisher, daughter of Jacob Fisher and Sarah Ann Moomaw, on 24 September 1879 at South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN, Ceremony by Rev. N. D. Williamson.1 Schuyler C. Boone lived in 1926 at P.O. Box 243, Heartwell, Kearney Co., NE.1

Children of Schuyler C. Boone and Emma Jeanette Fisher

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 543.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 544.

Schuyler Jacob Boone1

M, b. 18 August 1898
     Schuyler Jacob Boone was born on 18 August 1898.1 He was the son of Schuyler C. Boone and Emma Jeanette Fisher.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 544.

Simon B. Boone1

M, b. October 1880
     Simon B. Boone was born in October 1880 at Brown Co. (probably), OH.1 He was the son of Daniel Boone and Elizabeth Cummins.1

Citations

  1. [S476] 1900 Federal Census, Brown County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1242; FHL #1241241.

Simon E. Boone1

M, b. October 1871
     Simon E. Boone was born in October 1871 at Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH.1,2 He was the son of Henry Harrison Boone and Nancy J. Tucker.1 Simon E. Boone married Maude C. (?) circa 1893.

Children of Simon E. Boone and Maude C. (?)

Citations

  1. [S477] 1880 Federal Census, Adams County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0990, FHL #1254990.
  2. [S398] 1900 Federal Census, Adams County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1235; FHL #1241235.

Solomon Boone

M, b. 20 June 1768
     Solomon Boone married Lavinia Wells. Solomon Boone was born on 20 June 1768 at Culpeper Co., VA. He was the son of Hezekiah Boone and Rebecca Freelove.

Child of Solomon Boone and Lavinia Wells

Squire Boone

M, b. 25 November 1696, d. 2 January 1765
     Squire Boone was Quaker, Exeter Monthly Meeting.

The births of the first nine children were recorded at Exeter Monthly Meeting in Old Style date notation. He was born on 25 November 1696 at Bradninch, Devonshire, England. He was the son of George Boone and Mary Milton Maugridge. Squire Boone married Sarah Morgan, daughter of Edward Morgan and Elizabeth Jarman, in September 1720 at Gwynedd MM Meeting House, Oley Twp., Berks Co., PA, date Old Style: 23 7mo., 1720. Squire Boone lived at Davie Co. (now), NC; On April 11, 1750, Squire and Sarah Morgan Boone sold their land in Berks County and left with their family, travelling southwest down the Great Valley of Virginia. The family stopped for a year or more in Linville Creek, six miles north of Harrisonburg, Virginia. It was not until the late autumn of 1751, or some time in 1752, that Squire Boone and his party reached the Yadkin Valley in North Carolina. For his first home site Squire chose a hill overlooking the Yadkin River in the area which soon became a part of Rowan County but which is now in Davidson County. At the first County Court held in Salisbury in June, 1753, Squire Boone was listed as one of the fourteen justices. His residence was given as Boone's Ford. Later in that year, on December 29, Squire acquired land on the western side of the Yadkin River in what is now Davie County, but Rowan County at that time. The grant was for 640 acres on Bear Creek from the Earl of Granville. He died on 2 January 1765 at Forks of the Yadkin, Davie Co., NC, at age 68. He was buried in January 1765 at Joppa Cemetery, Mocksville, Davie Co., NC.

Children of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan

Squire Boone

M, b. 5 October 1744, d. 15 August 1815
     Note: Found at http://www.findagrave.com/cemeteries/3871.html:

Boone, Squire, Jr. b. 1744. d. 1815.
Younger brother of Daniel Boone. He and his older brother, Daniel, found a cave in southern Indiana one time in 1787. One day three years later while Squire was running from Indians, he jumped for a vine and landed in the opening of the secret cave that the Indians did not know about. Since they did not find Squire, he believed the cave was holy and expressed his wish to be buried in the cave one day. Daniel and Squire were the frontiersmen who opened up what is now known as Kentucky. Of the first eight white men who dared to enter "the dark and bloody ground," as Kentucky was known in the early 1770s, only two returned alive: Daniel and Squire Boone. After his close encounter with the Indians in 1790, Squire would often return to the cave to pray, meditate and carve designs and verses of gratitude. In 1804, Squire moved his wife, Jane Van Cleve, and his daughter and four sons to the area and built a village and a gristmill. Squire spent the last 11 years of his life there - the longest he had stayed in one place. As his death neared - Squire suffered from heart failure - he built his own coffin from walnut trees growing near the cave. On his deathbed, he asked his sons to bury him in the cave where his life had been spared. On Aug. 15, 1815, Squire's four sons fulfilled their father's request. Squire was buried in his beloved cave, and a boulder sealed the entrance. More than 150 years passed while the walnut coffin decomposed in a hidden section of the cave. Squire's bones rested on the cave's floor and were gradually covered by silt. The exact whereabouts of his remains would not be known until 1973 when two guides of the cave decided to dig out the section of the cave that was filled with silt and debris and find the carvings. Instead, they found Squire himself. A new walnut coffin was crafted, and a Boone descendant knitted a shroud for the bones. Squire Boone's remains were placed in the coffin, the lid was sealed with wax and the casket was carried deep into Squire Boone Caverns. Today, the casket is on view at the end of the tour through the Squire Boone Caverns in Mauckport, Indiana and a headstone has been erected at the foot of the casket inside the cave at the end of the tour given by the cave guides.

Specific Interment Location: He is buried inside the cave that bears his name. Squire Boone was born on 5 October 1744. He was the son of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan. Squire Boone married Jane Van Cleve, daughter of Aaron Van Cleve, on 8 August 1765. Squire Boone died on 15 August 1815 at Mauckport, Harrison Co., IN, at age 70. He was buried in August 1815 at Squire Boone's Cave, Mauckport, Harrison Co., IN.

Children of Squire Boone and Jane Van Cleve

Squire Boone

M
     Squire Boone was born. He was the son of George Boone and Ann Linville.

Squire Boone

M, b. 13 October 1760, d. 20 June 1817
     Squire Boone was born on 13 October 1760. He was the son of Samuel Boone and Sarah Day. Squire Boone married Anna Grubbs, daughter of William Grubbs and Susanna Hearne, on 1 September 1784 at Fayette Co., KY. Squire Boone died on 20 June 1817 at Todd Co., KY, at age 56.

Squire Boone

M
     Squire Boone was the son of Joseph Boone and Catherine Brown.

Stephen Boone

M, b. 1838
     Stephen Boone was born in 1838. He was the son of Jesse Boone and Mary Odle.

Susanna Boone

F, b. 1801, d. after 1860
     Susanna Boone was born in 1801 at Burke Co., NC. She was the daughter of Thomas Boone and Elizabeth Wilson. Susanna Boone died after 1860.

Susannah Boone

F, b. 2 November 1760, d. 19 August 1800
     Susannah Boone was born on 2 November 1760. She was the daughter of Daniel Boone and Rebecca Bryan. Susannah Boone married William Hays. Susannah Boone died on 19 August 1800 at St. Charles Co., MO, at age 39.

Susannah Boone

F, b. 17 March 1738
     Susannah Boone was born on 17 March 1738. She was the daughter of Samuel Boone and Elizabeth Cassel.

Susannah Boone

F, b. 22 April 1778, d. 16 October 1804
     Susannah Boone was born on 22 April 1778. She was the daughter of George Boone and Ann Linville. Susannah Boone married William Herndon on 8 April 1795. Susannah Boone died on 16 October 1804 at age 26.

Susannah Boone

F
     Susannah Boone was the daughter of Jonathan Boone and Mary Carter.

Susannah Boone

F
     Susannah Boone was born. She was the daughter of Nathan Boone and Olive Van Bibber.

Susannah Boone

F, b. 5 January 1780
     Susannah Boone was born on 5 January 1780. She was the daughter of Samuel Boone and Elinor Hughes.

Thomas Boone

M, b. 21 June 1759, d. 6 February 1831
     Thomas Boone was born on 21 June 1759 at Berks Co., PA. He was the son of Joseph Boone and Elizabeth Warren. Thomas Boone married Susannah Brumfield, daughter of Solomon Brumfield and Sarah Evans, in 1782. Thomas Boone died on 6 February 1831 at Oxford Twp., Butler Co., OH, at age 71.

Child of Thomas Boone and Susannah Brumfield

Thomas Boone

M, b. 22 November 1774, d. 1859
     Note: "Father of all North Carolina Boones", he was the only Boone descendant not to leave North Carolina. Thomas Boone was born on 22 November 1774 at Rowan Co., NC. He was the son of Jonathan Boone and Susannah Nixon. Thomas Boone married Elizabeth Wilson in March 1800 at Burke Co., NC. Thomas Boone died in 1859 at Burnsville, Yancey Co., NC.

Children of Thomas Boone and Elizabeth Wilson

Thomas Boone1

M, b. circa 1817
     Thomas Boone was born circa 1817 at Pennsylvania.1 He married Lydia Ann Bearbower in March 1839 at Wayne Co., OH.

Child of Thomas Boone and Lydia Ann Bearbower

Citations

  1. [S2852] 1850 Federal Census, Wayne County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 739.

Thomas Boone

M, d. 19 August 1782
     Thomas Boone was born. He was the son of Samuel Boone and Sarah Day. Thomas Boone died on 19 August 1782 killed in the Battle of Blue Licks, Kentucky.

Thomas Carneal Boone

M
     Thomas Carneal Boone was born at Meade Co., KY. He was the son of Enoch Morgan Boone and Lucy Galman.

Thomas E. Boone1

M, b. September 1894
     Thomas E. Boone was born in September 1894 at Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH.1 He was the son of Thomas M. Boone and Maude J. (?)1

Citations

  1. [S398] 1900 Federal Census, Adams County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1235; FHL #1241235.

Thomas M. Boone1

M, b. July 1863
     Thomas M. Boone was born in July 1863 at Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH.1,2 He was the son of William Boone and Joanna Ramsey.1 Thomas M. Boone married Maude J. (?) circa 1889.2

Children of Thomas M. Boone and Maude J. (?)

Citations

  1. [S477] 1880 Federal Census, Adams County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0990, FHL #1254990.
  2. [S398] 1900 Federal Census, Adams County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1235; FHL #1241235.

Thomas W. Boone

M, b. 1807, d. 1895
     Thomas W. Boone was born in 1807 at Burke Co., NC. He was the son of Thomas Boone and Elizabeth Wilson. Thomas W. Boone died in 1895 at Rutherford Co., NC.