John Bucher
(1773-1855)
Eleanora Heinlein
(1766-1834)
Aaron Bugher
(1798-1847)
Lovina McLain
(1797-1833)
John Bugher
(1823-1872)

 

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John Bugher 1 2

  • Born: 26 Mar 1823, Fayette City, Fayette, PA 2
  • Died: 5 Aug 1872, Clifton, Hamilton, OH at age 49 2
  • Buried: Clifton: Spring Grove Cemetery, Hamilton, OH

  General Notes:

A tour of the Spring Grove cemetery refers to his grave as Captain John Buger. His title probably doesn't pertain to military service but more likely, he was a steamboat captain like his brother James who also lived in Clifton. The cemetery tour also mentions he was first to introduce swans to Clifton.

  Noted events in his life were:

1. Cause of Death: Died of Bright's Disease at age 49., 1872, Clifton, Hamilton, OH.


Sources


1 Gresham, John M. and Wiley, Samuel T, <i>Biographical & Portrait Cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania</i> (John M. Gresham & Co. Chicago: 1889), Page 318.

2 Bugher, Stephen Boyd Jr, <i>Notes Made While Climbing the Branches of the Family Tree: The Family of John and Eleanor Bugher</i> (Stephen Boyd Bugher who lives in Winston-Salem, NC, 1992. Copy of book in Forsyth County Public Library, Winston-Salem, NC).



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