Isaac Booher 1
- Born: 26 Jan 1827, , Sullivan, TN
- Marriage (1): Mary on 11 Apr 1850 in , Montgomery, IN
- Died: 17 Apr 1894, Darlington, Montgomery, IN at age 67
1. Booher, Winfield Scott. BOOHER FAMILY HISTORY HORIZONS, (1976), p. 117
2. Booher, Allen G. sr. MY OFTEN MISPELLED NAME IS BOOHER
3. Internet: Indiana State Library Genealogy Division - Indiana Marriages
through 1850 -- www. statelib.in.us/tango/marriage
4. INGenweb - Montgomery Co.
5. 1880 Montgomery Co. IN
6. 1850 Montgomery Co. IN census [see father]
7. USGenweb: Indiana: Montgomery Co. Marriages recorded between 1850-1888
8. 1860 Montgomery Co. IN census
!BIRTH: Source-2 p. 52 for date; Source-5 for state
!MARRIAGE: Source-3 for date and place; Source-7 Bk 3 p. 260 for date and place
!DEATH: Source-2 p. 52 for date and place
!ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Source-1 Information from work of L. N. Booher and
from Jacob Hampton Booher. Source-4 Copied from History of Montgomery County, Indiana, HW Beckwith Reproduction by Unigraphic, Evansville, Ind p. 545
Isaac BOOHER, farmer, Darlington, came in 1834 from Sullivan Co, TN with his parents, John and Margaret (ZIMERLY) Booher, their family consisting of Benjamin (deceased); John J, now in IL; William K; Nathaniel; Nathan; Isaac; Elkanah; Jonathan; Sylvanus; Mary; Margaret and Catherine all of whom arrived at manhood and womanhoood. Arriving here, his parents settled in the green woods, a short distance from his present residence, and made a farm out of the wilderness, raising their children around them, the subject of this history being only 8 years old at the date of the settlement here. His early education was acquired at the pioneer log school house, which was situated on Isaac Cox's land, his teacher being James D'Spain. Throughout his life he has been engaged in agricultural pursuits, yet being a natural mechanic he turned his attention a good deal in that direction, during his spare moments, which were, however, very few. His well improved farm of 80 acres is the result of his own labor, it being, when he bought it, covered with heavy timber, all of which he has cleared and brought to its present high state of cultivation, through unremitting toil. The house is of brick, and is a neat and commodious residence, comfortably furnished, while the grounds around it are tastefully laid out, bearing evidence of careful attention. The other farm buildings are substantial and in keeping with the other improvements. In 1850 he was marr. to Miss Mary Booher, d/o G. Booher, another of the pioneers of this neighborhood, the union resulting in the birth of one son, Marcellus, who is now married. Throughout his life Mr. Booher has been a consistent member of the Lutheran church, and, like all the rest of the Booher family, is a solid member of the old democratic party.
1860 Source-8 p. 116 #251-239 Franklin Twp
Booher, Isac 33 farmer 1500/300 TN
Mary 32 "
Marcellus 1 IN
Truengood, Ephriam A. 11 "
!1880 Source-5 Census Place: Franklin, Montgomery, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254300 National Archives Film T9-0300 Page 382C
!Isaac BOOHER Self 53 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary BOOHER Wife 51 TN Occ: Kps Hs Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marcellus BOOHER Son 21 IN Occ: Frm Wrkr Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura BOOHER DauL 17 IN Occ: Hs Kpng Fa: OH Mo: IN
Ida WALTON Other 9 IN Fa: IN Mo: IN
Life span: 67 years 2 months 21 days
Isaac married Mary, daughter of Guardianias C. Booher and Mahala Hampton, on 11 Apr 1850 in , Montgomery, IN. (Mary was born on 4 Sep 1828 in , , TN and died on 6 Mar 1909 in , Montgomery, IN.)