Ann Maria “Mary” Mouser Bowman

  • Birth 2 Jan 1746 Baden-Württemberg, Germany
  • Death 1812 Lincoln County, North Carolina, USA
  • Burial Unknown
  • Memorial ID 36528599

Mary died after April 14, 1811 as she is mentioned in the will of her husband Daniel Bowman.
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From ancestry.com
U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Name:
A. Maria Mauser

Birth Year:
abt 1746

Arrival Year:
1751

Arrival Place:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Age:
5

Family Members:

Primary Immigrant:
Mauser, Hs Mich

Wife Agatha Gomminger; Daughter A Maria 5; Son Nicolaus 2; Son Joh Jac 8; Son Johs 16; Son Joh Friedr 10; Daughter Agnes 14

Source Publication Code:
2464

Annotation:
Supplementary volume from larger source of material, including state archives. Has index of surnames lacking from no. 2434, Gerber.

Source Bibliography:
GERBER, ADOLF. Neue Beitraege zur Auswanderung nach Amerika im 18. Jahrhundert aus Altwuerttembergischen Kirchenbuechern unter Hinzuziehung anderer Quellen. Stuttgart [Germany]: J.F. Steinkopf, [1929?]. 44p.

Page:
31
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Johann Daniel Baumann/Bowman's father, Daniel Baumann (born 1716) and Anna Maria Moser/Mouser/Mauser's father, Hans Michael Moser (born 1707), came together on the same ship, DUKE OF WIRTENBERG, and these two families ended up in Lincoln Co. NC. Please note that Hans Michael Mauser is recorded as Mauser, Hs Mich, on that same ship list.

At the Court House at Philadelphia, Wednesday, the 16th October, 1751.
Present: The Worshipful Robert Strettell, Esquire, Mayor of Philadelphia.
The Foreigners whose Names are underwritten
Daniel Baumann
Michel Moser
Captn Montpelier, Commander, from Rotterdam & Cowes in England, did this Day Take and subscribe the usual Qualifications. List 169. Whole Freights 406. Messrs Stedman.
Record ID: 291238

From the book, "Names of Foreigners who took the Oath of Allegiance" edited by William Henry Egle published 1892. They contain both Daniel Baumann on page 349 (father of Johann Daniel Bowman/Baumann) and Hans Michael Moser on page 350. They both arrived on the Duke of Wirtenberg in 1751.


Pennsylvania Foreign Oaths of Allegiance

Name: Daniel Baumann,
Ship: DUKE OF WIRTENBERG
Place: ROTTERDAM. QUALIFIED
Date: OCT. 16, 1751

Name: Hans Michael Moser,
Ship: DUKE OF WIRTENBERG
Place: ROTTERDAM. QUALIFIED
Date: OCT. 16, 1751
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The following research is from Carolyn Whitaker:

I know that Mary has been listed over the years as a Bolick/Bolch and daughter of Johann Adam Bolick Sr, but I have proven she is not a Bolick. Johann Adam left his will and specifically left land to his daughter Elizabeth. Her name was not Mary Elizabeth, it was just Elizabeth. I found deeds that prove she married Jacob Garling/Garland and she and Jacob are selling the same land she received in Johann Adam Bolick's will. Elizabeth also had a bastard child in the time frame the Bowman's were having children so Mary couldn't possibly be a Bolick. A. L. CROUSE did his 1906 book on the Bowman's he ASSUMED she was a Bolick and how he missed these deeds I don't know. Also the will of Daniel Bowman names his wife "MARY" not Elizabeth.

According to the information I have David Bowman (son of Daniel and Mary Bowman) and Elizabeth Simmons had a daughter Catherine MOSER BOWMAN who married Daniel Little, which would give a good indication Mary Bowman, wife of Johann Daniel Bowman, is a Moser/Mouser.


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  • Created by: Susan Bowman
  • Added: 29 Apr 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 36528599
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Ann Maria “Mary” Mouser Bowman (2 Jan 1746–1812), Find A Grave Memorial no. 36528599, ; Maintained by Susan Bowman (contributor 47065755) Unknown.