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John W. BoganAge: 74 years18231897

Name
John W. Bogan
Given names
John W.
Surname
Bogan
Birth February 12, 1823 37 31
Death of a maternal grandfatherNicholas Lind
February 21, 1823 (Age 9 days)

Christening June 4, 1823 (Age 3 months)
Birth of a sisterCaroline Bogan
1826 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterSusan Elisabeth Bogan
November 10, 1832 (Age 9 years)
Christening of a sisterSusan Elisabeth Bogan
February 22, 1834 (Age 11 years)
Death of a fatherJohann Heinrich (John Henry) Bogen
February 19, 1858 (Age 35 years)

Death of a motherMargaret Lind
March 20, 1868 (Age 45 years)
MarriageCandace Q. FerrallView this family
October 18, 1871 (Age 48 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Harry Jay Bogan
June 14, 1872 (Age 49 years)

Birth of a daughter
#2
Cora E. Bogan
June 1, 1874 (Age 51 years)

Occupation
Carpenter
1880 (Age 56 years)
Death of a brotherJoseph Lind Bogan
October 15, 1887 (Age 64 years)

Death of a brotherSamuel J. Bogen
November 27, 1889 (Age 66 years)

Marriage of a childJoseph D. GardnerCora E. BoganView this family
July 1, 1891 (Age 68 years)
Death March 1, 1897 (Age 74 years)
Obituary
Crawford County Forum, 3-5-1897
March 5, 1897 (4 days after death)
Note: "John W. Bogan, one of the aged and highly respected citizens of Bucyrus, passed from earth to the life beyond Monday night at 12:15 o'clock, aged 74 years, and 20 days. Death resulted from a stroke of paralysis, caused by cerebral hemorrhage, which he suffered Monday morning. The funeral was held from the residence, corner of East Renesslaer and Iron streets, at 10 o'clock Thurs afternoon, Rev S. A. Straws conducting the services. Interment in Oakwood cemetery. John W. Bogan was born Feb 12, 1828 in Virginia. When quite young he came to Ohio with his family, and has resided in Crawford County since a young man. He was a farmer by occupation, and lived during the greater part of his active life in Whetstone and Liberty townships. He was married in 1870 to Candess Ferrall, who survives him. One son, Harry, and a daughter, Cora, are also left to mourn the loss of their father. In 1878 Mr Bogan retired from the active labor of farming and removed to this city, where he pleasantly and quietly lived out his days. He still retained his farm property, and found quite sufficient occupation in looking after his interests. In all his associations Mr. Bogan won the regard and esteem of those with whom he came in contact. He was a fond husband, a devoted father, a kind neighbor, and good citizen, a man among men. He lived in usefulness and honor beyond the allotted span of human life, and his death is sincerely mourned by his family, neighbors, and friends. His health has been failing for the past two years, and very perceptibly so during the last year, from a disease of the kidneys. This winter he has been laid up from its effects, but no immediate danger was apprehended until the stroke of paralysis came, the precursor of death which supervened in a few hours."
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: December 29, 1811Frederick Co, MD
10 months
elder sister
16 months
elder sister
23 months
elder brother
3 years
elder brother
4 years
himself
4 years
younger sister
7 years
younger sister
Family with Candace Q. Ferrall - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: October 18, 1871Crawford Co, OH
8 months
son
2 years
daughter

Christening

Info from Jodie Shumaker - http://www.geocities.com/roo4.geo/bogan.html

Obituary

"John W. Bogan, one of the aged and highly respected citizens of Bucyrus, passed from earth to the life beyond Monday night at 12:15 o'clock, aged 74 years, and 20 days. Death resulted from a stroke of paralysis, caused by cerebral hemorrhage, which he suffered Monday morning. The funeral was held from the residence, corner of East Renesslaer and Iron streets, at 10 o'clock Thurs afternoon, Rev S. A. Straws conducting the services. Interment in Oakwood cemetery. John W. Bogan was born Feb 12, 1828 in Virginia. When quite young he came to Ohio with his family, and has resided in Crawford County since a young man. He was a farmer by occupation, and lived during the greater part of his active life in Whetstone and Liberty townships. He was married in 1870 to Candess Ferrall, who survives him. One son, Harry, and a daughter, Cora, are also left to mourn the loss of their father. In 1878 Mr Bogan retired from the active labor of farming and removed to this city, where he pleasantly and quietly lived out his days. He still retained his farm property, and found quite sufficient occupation in looking after his interests. In all his associations Mr. Bogan won the regard and esteem of those with whom he came in contact. He was a fond husband, a devoted father, a kind neighbor, and good citizen, a man among men. He lived in usefulness and honor beyond the allotted span of human life, and his death is sincerely mourned by his family, neighbors, and friends. His health has been failing for the past two years, and very perceptibly so during the last year, from a disease of the kidneys. This winter he has been laid up from its effects, but no immediate danger was apprehended until the stroke of paralysis came, the precursor of death which supervened in a few hours."

Shared note

Christening of William Henrich Boger c. May 2, 1823 to Johannes and Margaretha Boger in Lovettsville, Loudon Co., VA

In 1892-93 Bucyrus Dir., John Bogan lives at 501 E. Rensselaer. (Shumaker - Bogan Geneology)