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Ann Bobo (Musgrove)

Birthdate: (34)
Birthplace: Musgrove's Mill, Pendleton, South Carolina
Death: circa 1807 (29-37)
Cross Anchor, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edward Musgrove, of Enoree and Nancy Ann Smith
Wife of Absalom Bobo
Mother of Lavina Woodruff; Edward Musgrove Bobo; Pvt Sampson Bobo, CSA and George Washington Bobo
Sister of Margaret Waters; Leah Glenn; Rachel Adair; William Musgrove; Hannah Musgrove and 1 other
Half sister of Edward Beaks Musgrove; Rebecca Cannon; Susan Musgrove; Mary Musgrove and Mary Berry

Managed by: Erica Howton
Last Updated:

About Ann Bobo

Ann Musgrove, born 25 May 1773 in South Carolina

Parents: She was the daughter of Edward Gordon Musgrove and Ann Adair mother needs confirmation 21 May 2011 eh see footnotes

     

Children of Absolom Bobo and Ann Musgrove include

  1. Edward Musgrove Bobo
  2. Sampson Bobo, born 1807 in Cross Anchor, Spartenburg County, South Carolina; died 26 Oct 1873 in Elbert County, Georgia; married Elizabeth (Betsy) Bobo 04 Sep 1828 in Elbert County, Georgia.

From http://grindalshoalsgazette.com/?cat=16

7. Ann Musgrove. She was born May 25, 1773, and married Absalom Bobo August 1, 1790. He was the son of Simpson and Judith Foster Bobo and was born in Virginia, March 13, 1765. He was drafted during February or March 1781, while residing in Ninety Six District and served in the Revolutionary War under Col. Benjamin Roebuck and Capt. George Roebuck. He guarded prisoners at the Orangeburg jail.

Ann and Absalom Bobo had the following children:

  1. Edward Musgrove Bobo;
  2. Jane Bobo;
  3. Levinia Bobo; and
  4. Sampson Bobo.

Ann died circa 1807, after the birth of her son Sampson. They were living in Cross Anchor, S. C., at this time. Most of their children grew up on Two Mile Creek, near Woodruff, S. C.

Absalom Bobo’s second wife was Mary (Polly) Bobo, his first cousin. She was the daughter of Sampson and Sarah Simpson Bobo and was born May 25, 1773 [SIac{ They married circa 1808, and lived on Two Mile Creek near Woodruff, S. C.

Footnotes

  • ABSALOM BOBO, Bobo, Absalom b. March 13, 1765, Albemarle County, Virginia; d. December 11, 1846, Spartanburg County, South Carolina. He married (1) NANCY ANN CROSBY. He married (2) ANN MUSGROVE in South Carolina, daughter of EDWARD MUSGROVE and ANN ADAIR. He married (3) MARY BOBO Bobo, Mary "Polly" Bobo, Jan 1802 in SC. She was born May 25, 1773, and died November 10, 1857, in Spartanburg, South Carolina. (Conoway)

Discussion

  • The children's dates do not match up with birth / death dates of mothers.
  • Ann Musgrove is variously listed with a mother of Ann Adair, Nancy Ann Crosby, and Rebecca Beeks / Beaks (three of Edward Gordon Musgrove's wives). Her death date is conflated with a confirmed death date for Polly Bob. However, Absolom Bobo could not have married Mary in 1802 and had children with Ann in 1808 & 1810. Therefore we need to find a death date for Ann Musgrove if possible.

Links

  1. The Conaway Homepage Last updated 6/14/2010
  2. Glen McDowell's Home Page Updated February 26, 2005
  3. Spencer Bobo of Spartanburg Dist. S.C.

1st wife of Absalom Bobo (1765-1846). Mother of Sampson Bobo.

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Ann Bobo's Timeline

1773
May 25, 1773
Pendleton, South Carolina
1804
1804
Age 30
SC, United States
1807
1807
Age 33
Cross Anchor, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, United States
1808
1808
Age 34
1809
May 1, 1809
Age 34
Cross Anchor, Spartanburg Co., So. Carolina
1811
November 5, 1811
Age 34
Union County, South Carolina, United States
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