Eight Bomar families of early Hardin, Hart, and Larue Counties, Kentucky : and some of their descendants : a few allied families: Bolton, Buckner, Clopton, Cruse, Dye, Ferguson, Hazle, Highbaugh, Hill, Hodge(s) Jaggers, Lamkin Mears, Owen(s), Shelton, Simpson, Waddle, Wheeler

Tom Wilbur
Wilbur, Tom (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Okemos, Michigan : T. Wilbur, 1997
116 leaves.


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John Bomar (1757-ca. 1844), a Revolutionary War soldier, was born in King and Queen County, Virginia. He probably married at least twice and may have been the father of ten children, born ca. 1784-ca. 1810. He and his family migrated to Hardin County, Kentucky, ca. 1806. Some of the Bomar/Bowmar/Bomer etc. families listed in this work are his descendants.

Includes the Buckner, Cruse, Ferguson, Hazle, Lamkin/Lampkin and other allied families.

Includes index.

Partial contents: A discussion of John Bomar and his possible families -- David and Elizabeth (Bomar) Ferguson -- Wilson and Elizabeth (Freeman) Bomar, summary -- Robert and Sarah "Sallie" (Shelton) Bomar -- William and Karenhappach "Carrie" Ann (Clopton) Bomar -- Henry Watson and Mary "Polly" (Bomar) Buckner -- Jeremiah and Sarah "Sally" Amanda Lamkin -- David and Frances (Bonar) Lamkin -- John, jr. and (1) Jane (Compton) and (2) Mary (Walters) Bomar -- Another Robert Bomar, likely son of Robert or William.

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