Martin Booher
(1746-1824)
Catharine Hartmann
(1760/1770-1834)
Christian Booher
(1774-1874)
Margaret Roth
(1780/1790-1848)
Sarah
(1818-1910)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. John Booher

Sarah 1

  • Born: Mar 1818, , , PA
  • Marriage (1): John Booher about 1836
  • Died: 5 Mar 1910 at age 92
  • Buried: Burkesville: Booher Cemetery, Cumberland, KY

  General Notes:

!SOURCES:
1. 1840 Clinton Co. KY census [see spouse]
2. 1850 Clinton Co. KY census [see spouse]
3. 1860 Cumberland Co. KY census [see spouse]
4. 1870 Cumberland Co. KY census
5. 1880 Cumberland Co. KY census
6. 1900 Cumberland Co. KY census
7. Eva Booher, Santa Monica CA
8. Christian Booher will
9. Power of Attorney to David Booher jr. courtesy of Ike Moore
10. Deed to David Booher jr. courtesy of Ike Moore

!BIRTH: Source-2 p. 26 #164 Sarah's age is 28 [b. 1822]; Source-3 p. 75 #291 Sarah's age is 52 [b. 1808]; Source-4 p. 111 #64-64, Whetstone Pct. Sarah's age is 55 [b. 1815]; Source-5 p. 20 #244-256 Sarah's age is 62 [b. 1818]; Source-6 p. 99 #32-33 Sarah's age is 82, b. March 1818 Since the latest date is usually more reliable and since the last two were consistent, this is the date that I will use.

!MARRIAGE: date estimated from date of birth of first child

!DEATH: Source-7 Eva found a letter on the Internet that stated that Sallie died "Saturday, a week ago". This letter was dated 16 Mar. 1910. Checking my calendar program I came up with the date.

!ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Picture of Sally Booher in file courtesy of Diana Hedge; Source-8 Sarah is called Sarah Booher in Christian Booher's will. She was essentially left out of her father's will getting only $5.00.

Source-9 Sarah is an heir-at-law of David Booher sr., gives right to sell land 30 Oct 1871; Sarah asks if she is due anything from the estate of [her sister] Nancy [Anna] Booher

Source-9 dated 26 Sep 1871 Sarah Booher To David Booher
Typed as is to the best of my ability - no spelling errors corrected

Know all men by these presents that I Sarah Booher of the County of Cumberland State of Kentucky, have made constituted and appointed and by these presents do make constitute and appoint David Booher of Sullivan County State of Tenn. My true and lawful attorney for me and in my name to bargain sell and convey all the Real Estate belonging to me on in or to which I may have any right title or claim or interest in as heir at law of David Booher Deceased and lying and being in the County of Sullivan in the State of Tenn. And to convey any part thereof on any or all interest I may have therein for such or sums of money or on such terms as he may think best, and for me and in my name and stead to make execute acknowledge and deliver unto the purchaser or purchasers thereof good & sufficient conveyance release and relinquishments with or without warranty, and to receive any and all sums of money payable to me by reason of any such sale or sales. Also to draw and receive any money to which I may be entitled to as heir of Nancy Booher deceased out of the Clerks Office in Sullivan County Tennessee. Giving and granting unto my said Attorney full power and authority to do and perform all and every act and thing whatsoever requested and necessary to be done in and about the premises as fully and to all interest and purposes as completely as I might and could do if personally present with full power of substitution and revocation hereby ratifying and confirming all that my said Attorney may do autherising him to receipt in my name & stead.

Witness my hand this 30th day of October 1871

Sarah X Booher

Att:
Wm Cheek

State of Kentucky
Cumberland County

I L. A. Waggoner, Clerk of the Cumberland County Court do hereby certify that on the 30th day of October 1871 personally appeared before me Sarah Booher and acknowledged the foregoing Power of Attorney to be her act and deed for the purposes therein named and desired the same to be so certified.

Witness my hand and seal of my office this day and date first written.

L. A. Waggoner, Clerk
By Wm Cheek D.C.

State of Kentucky
Cumberland County

I Jno Q Owsley Presiding Judge of the Cumberland County Court in the State of Kentucky do hereby certify that L. A. Waggoner is the County Clerk of Cumberland aforesaid and is keeper of the Seal of said County and that Wm. Cheek whose signature is affixed to the above certificate is his true and legally authorized deputy and that full faith and credit are due to his official acts as such deputy.

Witness my hand this 30th day of October 1871

Jno. Q Owsley, Judge

State of Kentucky
Cumberland County

I L. A. Waggoner, Clerk of Cumberland County Court of the State aforesaid, do hereby certify that Jno Q Owsley whose genuine signature appears to the foregoing certificate is Judge of the County Court of said County & State and that his official acts are entitled to full faith and credit as such.

Witness my hand and seal this 30th day of October 1871

L A Waggoner Clerk
By Wm. Cheek, D.C.


!CENSUS:
1870 Source-4 p. 111 #64-64 Whetstone
Booher, Sara 55 [1815] KH TN
Margaret 30 [1840] "
David 28 [1842] "
Cox, Sarah 25 [1855] KY
Booher, James 19 [1851] TN
John 12 [1858] "
Thomas 10 [1860] KY
Cox, Wilson 10 [1860] "

!Note. The places of birth are obviously wrong for most of the family. John has died and Sarah has only aged three years since 1860. Jefferson Cox has been killed and Sarah Emeline is back home with one child. Where is that other child? Sarah Emeline's age is ten to twelve years off. John, age 12 and Thomas, age 10 look like the children Jacob D.V. and Joshua F.B. in the 1860 census.

!1880 Source-5 p. 20 #244-256
Booher, Sarah 62 KY
Margaret 40 " sister
Thomas 19 " nephew
Dora " niece
Sarah 4 " niece

!Note. Margaret is listed as Sarah's sister and her grandchildren are listed as nieces and nephews.

!1900 Source-6 p. 99 #32-33
Booher, Sallie Mar 1818 82 5-0 PA WV WV farmer
Cox, Emiline Jan 1840 60 2-2 KY TN PA
Cox, Dorah G. May 1874 26 KY KY TN

!Note. This shows that Sally had given birth to 5 children, none of whom were living. This is obviously a mistake. I believe she said that she had given birth to 7 (or more) children, 5 of whom were living and the census taker wrote it down wrong. Margaret and Mary C. had died. Dorah is not a Cox but rather the daughter of Margaret.


Sarah married John Booher, son of David Booher Sr. and Barbara, about 1836. (John Booher was born about 1816 in , , TN and died before 1870.)


Sources


1 Grider, Barbara M, <i>Barbara Grider Booher Database</i> (Louisville, Kentucky. 2008.).



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