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William W. Boren (1766 - abt. 1858)

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William W. Boren
Born in North Carolinamap [uncertain]
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Husband of — married in South Carolinamap
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Died about in Madison Co., MOmap
Profile last modified | Created 1 May 2014
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William seems to have shared in some of his father's Tory sympathies. In letters written to the Revolutionary War Pension Department he is accused by others as not having partaken in the war, except to take his father's place so his father would not have to serve. William's war pension was suspended by the department. He is said to be buried in Mount Gilead Methodist Church Cemetery: Madison Co., MO, USA.


  • * Boren, Kerry Ross & Lisa Lee. The Boren Family: An Irish Legacy. K&L Boren Partnership. Salt Lake City, UT, 2010. pp 112, 113. 115.

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