Aaron Boggs

Aaron Boggs (1750 - 1832)

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Sgt. Aaron Boggs
Born in Goshen, Chester, Pennsylvaniamap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married about in Pinckneyville Village, South Carolinamap [uncertain]
Descendants descendants
Died in Anderson Co., South Carolinamap
Profile last modified | Created 27 Feb 2014
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Biography

Aaron Boggs was a Private in Hamilton's Company, Pickens Regiment, South Carolina Militia during the Revolutionary War.

Sgt. Aaron Boggs is Jerry Landreth's grandmother's great great grandfather. His grandmother is Nora Marchbanks Landreth. Her mother is Ida Estelle Boggs Marchbanks. Her father is James Leander Boggs. His father is Joseph Gardner Boggs and his father is the above Sgt. Aaron Boggs, Boggs-985.

1. Henry Thomas Boggs - born 1796, South Carolina - 1841, Alabama 2. Jane Boggs - born 1783, South Carolina - 1850, Georgia 3. Agnes Boggs - born 1784, South Carolina - 1786, South Carolina 4. Joseph Garner Boggs - born 1786, South Carolina - 1863, South Carolina 5. David Hamilton Boggs - born 1788, South Carolina - 1848, South Carolina 6. Aaron Boggs - born 1790, South Carolina - 1876, South Carolina 7. William Ellison Boggs - born 1792, South Carolina - 1857, South Carolina 8. Elizabeth Boggs - born 1794, South Carolina - 1848 9. Andrew Martin Boggs - born 1799, South Carolina - 1865 10. Josiah Nealy Boggs - born 1801, South Carolina - 1841, South Carolina 11. James Leander Boggs - born 1808, South Carolina - 1865

Buried: 1832, Old Mt. Carmel, Anderson Co. , South Carolina

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Aaron Boggs - Revolutionary War Soldier
Aaron Boggs - Revolutionary War Soldier

Sgt. Aaron Boggs
Sgt. Aaron Boggs

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On 3 Aug 2015 at 23:50 GMT Joan (Hanson) Landreth wrote:

Boggs-985 and Boggs-1167 appear to represent the same person because: They are the same person

On 28 Jun 2015 at 01:44 GMT Joan (Hanson) Landreth wrote:

Hi Brandee,

Your Henry Thomas Boggs 1796-1841 is the brother to my Joseph Gardner Boggs 1786-1863. Their parents are, Aaron Boggs and Elizabeth Hamilton. Joseph Gardner Boggs is the father to James Leander Boggs 1815-1908. You have his name listed last in the biography. The child of James Leander Boggs is Ida Estelle Boggs 1961-1930. Can you give me any names connected to James or Ida? Thanks, Joan



Aaron is 14 degrees from Elinor Glyn, 17 degrees from Frances Weidman and 17 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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