Susan Williams LEEAge: 36 years18261863

Name
Susan Williams LEE
Given names
Susan Williams
Surname
LEE
Publication: index and images, FamilySearch (http://www.familysearch.org)
Citation details: death of David T. Bozeman, Film # 2114333, Digital GS # 4165165, Image # 2550, Ref. # cn28190
Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth August 29, 1826
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Citation details: death of David T. Bozeman, Film # 2114333, Digital GS # 4165165, Image # 2550, Ref. # cn28190
Quality of data: primary evidence
Shared note: The place of birth comes from the death certificate of her son David.
MarriageJoseph Daniel BOZEMANView this family
July 1, 1847 (Age 20 years)
Source: Rootsweb
Publication: internet www.rootsweb.com
Citation details: Marriage Book 1, Surnames A - K, Lowndes, Alabama
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Note: October 2002 Marriage Book 1, Lowndes County Alabama May 30, 1830 - Feb. 13, 1848 Surnames A - K, this file was contributed and copyrighted by: Carolyn Golowka. "These marriages records were first compiled from "Lowndes Court House," by Mildred Brewer Russell and/or the Lowndes County Historical and Genealogical Society/s newsletters over the years. I then went to the microfilm available through the LDS (Morman) Church Family History Library and compared to the original marriage books. What is here is what was in the marriage books. As with Mrs. Russell's book and the newsletter, there are bound to be mistakes. Check the orighial books on microfilm to make sure of the information."
Shared note: Vol. 1, p. 28, by Jesse Lee MG.
Source: Rootsweb
Publication: internet www.rootsweb.com
Citation details: Marriage Book 1, Surnames A - K, Lowndes, Alabama
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Note: October 2002 Marriage Book 1, Lowndes County Alabama May 30, 1830 - Feb. 13, 1848 Surnames A - K, this file was contributed and copyrighted by: Carolyn Golowka. "These marriages records were first compiled from "Lowndes Court House," by Mildred Brewer Russell and/or the Lowndes County Historical and Genealogical Society/s newsletters over the years. I then went to the microfilm available through the LDS (Morman) Church Family History Library and compared to the original marriage books. What is here is what was in the marriage books. As with Mrs. Russell's book and the newsletter, there are bound to be mistakes. Check the orighial books on microfilm to make sure of the information."
Birth of a son
#1
Henry Lee BOZEMAN
April 18, 1848 (Age 21 years)

Birth of a daughter
#2
Eliza Caroline BOZEMAN
January 28, 1850 (Age 23 years)

Birth of a son
#3
William Franklin BOZEMAN
December 3, 1851 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#4
James Etheldred BOZEMAN
April 8, 1853 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Rowena Jane BOZEMAN
December 19, 1855 (Age 29 years)

Birth of a son
#6
David Theophilus BOZEMAN
May 10, 1858 (Age 31 years)
Publication: index and images, FamilySearch (http://www.familysearch.org)
Citation details: death of David T. Bozeman, Film # 2114333, Digital GS # 4165165, Image # 2550, Ref. # cn28190
Quality of data: primary evidence
Source: Find A Grave
Publication: www.findagrave.com
Citation details: about David T. Bozeman, Cuthbert Cemetery, Mitchell County, Texas.
Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth of a daughter
#7
Martha Ann Samantha BOZEMAN
July 25, 1860 (Age 33 years)

Death April 5, 1863 (Age 36 years)
Burial
Citation details: p. 95
Quality of data: primary evidence
Unique identifier
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Last change August 29, 200914:06

Family with Joseph Daniel BOZEMAN - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: July 1, 1847Lowndes County, Alabama, USA
10 months
son
21 months
daughter
22 months
son
16 months
son
3 years
daughter
2 years
son
2 years
daughter
Joseph Daniel BOZEMAN + Sarah Maria ROUTON - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: December 2, 1866Butler County, Alabama, USA
10 months
step-son
2 years
step-son
2 years
step-daughter
2 years
step-son
3 years
step-son

BirthTexas Deaths, 1890-1976
Publication: index and images, FamilySearch (http://www.familysearch.org)
Citation details: death of David T. Bozeman, Film # 2114333, Digital GS # 4165165, Image # 2550, Ref. # cn28190
Quality of data: primary evidence
MarriageRootsweb
Publication: internet www.rootsweb.com
Citation details: Marriage Book 1, Surnames A - K, Lowndes, Alabama
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Note: October 2002 Marriage Book 1, Lowndes County Alabama May 30, 1830 - Feb. 13, 1848 Surnames A - K, this file was contributed and copyrighted by: Carolyn Golowka. "These marriages records were first compiled from "Lowndes Court House," by Mildred Brewer Russell and/or the Lowndes County Historical and Genealogical Society/s newsletters over the years. I then went to the microfilm available through the LDS (Morman) Church Family History Library and compared to the original marriage books. What is here is what was in the marriage books. As with Mrs. Russell's book and the newsletter, there are bound to be mistakes. Check the orighial books on microfilm to make sure of the information."
NameTexas Deaths, 1890-1976
Publication: index and images, FamilySearch (http://www.familysearch.org)
Citation details: death of David T. Bozeman, Film # 2114333, Digital GS # 4165165, Image # 2550, Ref. # cn28190
Quality of data: primary evidence
BurialCool Spgs Cem. [CEMcD]
Citation details: p. 95
Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth
The place of birth comes from the death certificate of her son David.
Marriage
Vol. 1, p. 28, by Jesse Lee MG.
Marriage
October 2002 Marriage Book 1, Lowndes County Alabama May 30, 1830 - Feb. 13, 1848 Surnames A - K, this file was contributed and copyrighted by: Carolyn Golowka. "These marriages records were first compiled from "Lowndes Court House," by Mildred Brewer Russell and/or the Lowndes County Historical and Genealogical Society/s newsletters over the years. I then went to the microfilm available through the LDS (Morman) Church Family History Library and compared to the original marriage books. What is here is what was in the marriage books. As with Mrs. Russell's book and the newsletter, there are bound to be mistakes. Check the orighial books on microfilm to make sure of the information."
Shared note
Is there a conflict? The Bozeman booklet says Susan's grave "may be seen in the Rowden Cemetery" in one place and Cool Springs Cemetery in another? Booklet also says: "...I have no clue as to who her parents were. ... One of my Bozeman aunts once told me that she was a first cousin to General Robert E. Lee, but such research as I have done ... indicates that she may have been a cousin, but not a first cousin. (Rowena A. Moitoret) Although called Susan Williams, like a double name, consider if her first husband was the Lee?