Person:John Bowman (7)

m. 1731
  1. John George Bowman1732 -
  2. Captain Jacob Bowman1733 - 1782
  3. Elizabeth Bowman1735 - 1815
  4. Emma Maria Bowman1735 - 1820
  5. Col. John Bowman1738 - 1784
  6. Sarah Bowman1741 - 1817
  7. Regina Bowman1743 - 1828
  8. Rebecca Bowman1745 -
  9. George Bowman1747 - abt 1765
  10. Col. Abraham Bowman1748 - 1837
  11. Joseph Bowmanabt 1752 - 1779
  12. Lt. Isaac Hite Bowman1757 -
Facts and Events
Name Captain Jacob Bowman
Baptismal Name[1] John Jacob Baumann
Gender Male
Birth[1] 02 Dec 1733 Shenandoah Valley, Orange County, Virginia
Christening[1] 16 May 1735 Opequon, Orange County, Virginia
Death? 20 Jun 1782 Reedy River, Laurens, South Carolina, United StatesIn Jun of 1781, (John) Jacob was shot in the doorway to his mill by Indians or Tories dressed as Indians, nobody knows for sure. His widow filed for administration of the estate 02 Oct 1782 in Ninety-Six District as (Sarah 'Stephens' Bowman of Reedy River)
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Stoever, John Casper, and Elizabeth P. (Elizabeth Petty) Bentley. Early Lutheran baptisms and marriages in southeastern Pennsylvania: the records of Rev. John Casper Stoever from 1730 to 1779. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1982, 1998), pg. 9.

    GEORGE BAUMANN (Opequon) [Father]
    Baumann - John Jacob, b. Dec. 2, 1733; bap. May 16, 1735. Sponsor, Jacob Christman.
    [Note: Opequon was located in the portion of Orange County, Virginia that became Frederick County in 1738. John Casper Stoever travelled to Opequon as part of his rotation visiting Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia churches and congregations.]