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James C. Bozeman (#46909947)
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Bio Photo My Journey of family research began 2005! My Mom and Son-in-law went to their Heavenly Home that year. Shortly after that, a desire to get to know my Ancestors was born. I literally had no knowledge of the rich history of my family but was soon to learn that so many had contributed so much to our family and our Country. Thank you to all my Bozeman Family and others who have walked before me to help me be who I am today. There is much to be proud of and some that I am not so proud of but all of it shapes who we are today. My hope is to leave my Grandchildren, Caleb and Makaylah Smith something to remember and to let them know who we were and that God was good to us to give us time on His earth. I would love to invite you to come along on this Journey with me, and let's spend some time getting to know each other, our families and being thankful for time we had and have here!

James Bozeman
Dallas, County Alabama
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Hi James.. hope the family are doing good. All is well here. Just working and playing in my yard. Summer finally made it, so every chance I get I'm out in the yard. I don't get to research as much as I use to , but I do try to get back and check to see if I can find any new updates.
Added by Anna Marie/ Bozeman/Davis... on May 26, 2014 9:10 PM
Mary Ward
would you be kin looking for his grave thanks

Etheldred Pendleton "Dred" Bozeman

Birth 18 APR 1799 in Georgia, USA
Death 24 AUG 1872 in Butler, Alabama,USA

Etheldred Pendleton "Dred" Bozeman

Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Pendleton Bozeman; born in Georgia in 1798;
married Miss Jane Daniel, of Lowndes county, Alabama, in 1824, anoble
woman of a talented family, sister of Joseph Daniel, the surveyor. His
married life of 48 years was spent near Hickory Grove. Soon after the war
he moved to Butler county (AL). He raised a large family. His stature was short,
and weight about 150 pounds. His eyes were brown and hair black.
He was a farmer, a Democrat, and a Primitive Baptist. Death came
suddenly to him in the church where his membership had been for
fifty years. It was on Saturday, August, 1872, between the sermon
and conference; he took a pitcher from the pulpit, walked to the spring,
returned with it full of water, set it on the stand, and took his seat,
in perfect health. In a few minutes he leaned over the pew, and was dead -
gone in a moment - translated from the church on earth to the church in
heaven. As to place, manner and age, it was a departure to be co veted.
He was in his 75th year. He was a good man, entirely without worldly
ambition. The only civil office he ever held was Justice of the Peace.
They had twenty children in all. Nine died in childhood.
" Sketches of the Bozeman Family" Rev. Joseph Wofford Bozeman,
1885. Page 43.

Added by Mary Ward on Nov 02, 2011 7:48 PM

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