On Nov. 1, 2003 I gave away the beautiful bride, my wonderful daughter Allison, to a great groom, her husband Ben Lawhon, during the "PERFECT" wedding.
It was 75 degrees without a cloud in the sky over Cashiers, NC.
My brothers and our parents:
David, Dr. Charlie, Judge Howard & Barbara, Dr. Sam, & I
My Bozeman Line goes like this
Father Charles Howard (b. 1918) Knoxville, TN. and Mother Barbara Ann Newman Bozeman
Grandfather Artie Claude (b. 1896 Knoxville, TN) and grandmother Mary Ely Arnwine
This is Art sitting on the table with the cat with brothers Charley Prince and Walter (Buster)
Four Sons of John Samuel and Cynthia
Art, Harrison, Charlie Prince and Buster
Fannie and Harrison
Buster, Artie Claude, Minnie, Charley Prince and Harrison
Sam Bozeman Obit
Great-grandfather John Samuel (b. 1860 in Cherokee Co. GA.) and Cynthia Ann Mann
his father Silas Newton (b. 1836 in Cherokee Co.) and Eliza Parrish
We have no pictures of John Samuel or Silas Newton, but this is a picture of Silas brother John K.
Silas Newton was a son of Amos (b. 1799 NC or SC) and Nancy Tarbutton Bozeman
Amos said that his father was Samuel and his mother Rachel. DNA testing indicates that Amos descended from James (b. 1720) and Martha Bozeman of Edgecomb Co NC.
Silas Newton and Eliza Parrish Bozeman's eldest son was John Samuel Bozeman
John Samuel Bozeman in front with George Edward Repass driver
John Samuel top of wall on right with Brookside Mill crew
near Baxter Ave and Central Ave in Happy Holler - Knoxville, TN
Cynthia Ann Mann with Son Harrison and 4 daughters
Clarissa, Nora, Daisy and Minnie
John Samuel Bozeman
On Mother's side of the family
Barbara Ann Newman Bozeman's father was Russell Austin Newman (b. 1894) pictured here on the lap of father Robert Sneed Newman (b. 1854)
Barbara's mother's maternal grandparents were Dr. Elbert Cicero (b. 1851) and Missouri Hazeltine Wood Lay
His parents were Jasper (b. 1829) and Hester Ann Leach Lay (Hester was part Cherokee Indian)
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