Person:Elizabeth Boggs (8)

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Elizabeth R. Boggs
m. 27 May 1857
  1. David Boggs1858 - bet 1860-1870
  2. Jane "Jennie" S. Boggs1863 - 1914
  3. Maggie M. Boggs1865 - bet 1880-1900
  4. Elizabeth R. Boggs1867 - 1932
  5. William Welker Boggs1869 - bet 1910-1921
  6. Agnes G. Boggs1876 - 1973
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth R. Boggs
Gender Female
Birth? 13 Jan 1867 Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA
Death? 16 Jan 1932 New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA@65Y
Burial? Oak Park Cemetery, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PANo stone found

1870 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: M593_1360; Page: 314; Image: 628, h/h 274/274 Patterson, David 65 gardner SCOT Jane 66 SCOT William 36 PA carpenter Margaret S 36 PA Robert 28 farmer PA Maggie 25 PA Thomas 2 PA Della 5/12 PA Jan Boggs, Mary 34 PA James 10 PA Eliza 7 PA Maggie 5 PA William 8/12 PA Nov

1880 New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T9_1144; Family History Film: 1255144; Page: 122.2000; Enumeration District: 216; Image: 0444, Chestnut Street, h/h 54/59 Boggs, Robert 46 PA-Ire-Ire carpenter Mary 43 wife Pa-Scot-Scot Jennie 19 dau attend school PA-PA-PA Lizzie 17 dau attend school PA-PA-PA Maggie M 15 dau attend school PA-PA-PA William 10 son attend school PA-PA-PA Aggie 6 PA-PA-PA

1900 Youngstown Ward 1, Mahoning, Ohio; Roll: T623 1300; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 59, 330 Scott Street, h/h 124/130 James, Harry Jan 1840 (60) m30Y 0/0 ch Wales-Wales-Wales roll turner to USA 1870 (30 Y resident) Mary Mar 1835 (65) Scot-Scot-Scot to USA 1870 (30 Y resident) Boggs, Lizzie boarder MArch 1866 (34) single PA-PA-PA dressmaker

Obituary New Castle News, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA, 19 May 1905

Robert Boggs is survived by his wife and 4 children

  • William
  • Elizabeth
  • Jennie
  • Mrs. Agnes Stitt all of this city.

1910 Youngstown Ward 1, Mahoning, Ohio; Roll: T624_1211; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 100; Image: 759, 826 Michigan Ave, h/h 211/219 James, Harry 69 m45Y 0/0 ch Wales-Wales-Wales roll turner Mary 80 Scot-Scot-Scot Boggs, Elizabeth R lodger 47 single PA-PA-PA dressmaker

1920 Youngstown Ward 1, Mahoning, Ohio; Roll: T625_1413; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 147; Image: 654, 826 Michigan Ave, h/h 137/150 James, Harry 88 widower $1869 Wales-Wales-Wales machinist in steel mill Boggs, Elizabeth servant 56 single PA-PA-PA housekeeper for private family

Obituary, New Castle News, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA, 27 Dec 1921

Mrs. Mary B. Boggs, widow of Robert Boggs, is survived by two daughters

  • Elizabeth R. Boggs of Youngstown and
  • Mrs. Agnes Lemon Stitt who has been in the home with her for a number of years

From widow’s application for pension, her mother deeded her the family home on 3 June 1922

NCN, 2 Dec 1927

Lizzie R Bogg to Agnes Stitt, 3rd Ward, $1 real estate transfer

1930 Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; Roll: 1842; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 752, 826 Michigan Avenue, h/h 10/43 Boggs, Elizabeth R $8500 67 single no occup PA-PA-PA owns house

New Castle News, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA, 16 Jan 1932

Elizabeth R. Boggs died this morning about 11 AM following an illness of 3 weeks due to complications at 739 Chestnut St. Miss Boggs was born Jan 13, 1867 in Pittsburgh and was 65 yearsold. She was the daughter of the late Robert and Mary B Pattison Boggs. She had spent practically all her life in this city. She was a member of the Reformed Presbyterian Church. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Agnes G. Stitt, 739 Chestnut St, this city. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. the funeral services for Elizabeth Boggs will be held Monday afternoon at 2 PM from her residence 739 Chestnut St. Burial will be made in Oak Park Cemetery.

NCN, 18 Jan 1932 Same obit but added nephews and nieces: Glenn A. Lemon of New Castle, EV Boggs, DB Boggs, and Mrs. JR Dahler all of Sharon, PA.

NCN 19 Jan 1932, p2

Miss Boggs Funeral

Funeral services of Miss Elizabeth R. Boggs were held Monday afternoon at 2 PM at the residence of her sister, 739 Chestnut St with many friends and relatives from this city and Youngstown in attendance. The services were conducted by Dr. EA Crooks, pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Church with Rev JB Stewart assisting. The pallbearers were cousins of the deceased and were as follows:

  • Charles A Pattison
  • TM Pattison
  • JD Pattison
  • RH Pattison
  • Clark Pattison and J Ford Fulkerson. Interment was made in the family plot in Oak Park.
References
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    New Castle News 16, 18, 19 Jan 1932 p2 (all issues)