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Elias Daniel Bowersox + Mary (Polly) Dotterer
Benjamin Fowler + Catharine (Kitty) Krouse
Jesse Gosnell + Rebecca Stocksdale
___ Mason + Mary Ann ___
Parents
Absalom Henry Bowersox16 MAY 1831 -- 22 APR 1903avatar
Susanna (Susan) Fowler12 JAN 1832 -- 19 JAN 1915avatar
George Tevis Gosnell1823 -- 21 JUN 1870avatar
Christiana Mason1824 -- 16 NOV 1891avatar
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Jacob J. Bowrsox Family

Jacob Joseph Bowersox

Birth15 JUL 1861
 
Reside1880
 
(Ward 19 Precinct 2)
Reside1900
 
(Ward 12)
Death3 DEC 1931
 
Grave
 
Aged: 70.4 years
(Pop) druggist
Census 1880 - 1930

1.2.4.13.6c.1 In the Bauersachs Genealogy

1892  Druggist 457 e 23d n
1893  Druggist 457 e 23d n
1899  Druggist 457 E 23d N (Baltimore)
1901  Fannie Shepperd living here (457 E 232d N)
1902  Closed pharmacy at York and 23rd.
1909  Druggist 2022 E. Baltimore
1916  Druggist 1900 E. Baltimore St.   Md Med Practitioners
1916  ERA Druggest Directory
1326 N. Howard Bowersox, J. J.
2002 E. Baltimore Bowersox & Jackson
Garrison & Belvedere Bowersox & Jackson
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
1

Helen 

   
2+

Grace Catherine 

25 MAY 189026 JUL 1980  MD, Baltimore City Walter Vincent Jackson 
3+

Mary Virginia 

28 JAN 1901JUN 1929  MD, Baltimore Co Harry Schillinger Prechtel Jr. 
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  • Newspaper, abt 8 APR 1885: Bowersox - Gosnell Wedding Party

    Memo from Fran Jackson*

    Bowersox - Gosnell
    (Reported for the Democratic Advocate.)

    Mr. Jacob J. Bowersox, formerly of this city, now in charge of Winkelmann & Co's. laboratory, Baltimore, was married in Baltimore, on the afternoon of the 8th inst., to Miss Jennie M. Gosnell, of that city. The bridal party came to Westminster on the evening train to attend a reception given by the groom's parents. The severe winter showed that the overcoat and fur could still brave the howling elements, and by 8 o'clock the reception room was filled with invited guests. The reception proved to be a very enjoyable event indeed. The whole was performed in three acts. In the first act congratulations and well wishes were extended to the happy couples. In the second the strains of a waltz summoned those who trip the "light fantastic" and in an instant the floor was covered with gay dancers. Those who never tasted the pleasures of dancing watched the graceful movements, and looked at the pretty faces, which were really bewitching, and when brightened by coquettish smiles grow dangerously powerful. In the last act all acted, and that very vigorously. The festal board, laden with the caterer's art, was surrounded. What was done can well be surmised. Tongues and dishes rattled. The wee hours of the morning approached, and all departed, their hearts warmed with good feelings toward the newly-married couple, and filled with the wish that length of days, vigor of health and an overflowing measure of peace and prosperity may be granted unto them.

    * (written on Foreman-Pierson press tablet with no date)
Sources
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  3. Census: . 1900 Census;
  4. Personal: Verbal communication; Family notes;
  5. Website:Ancestry, Bauersachs: The Descendants of Johann Bauersachs;
  1. Findagrave
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
  3. Personal: Verbal communication; Family notes;
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