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Archibald Hudson Boggs

Also Known As: "Archie", "A. H."
Birthdate:
Birthplace: near Frametown, Braxton, Virginia (WV after 1863), United States
Death: 1873 (60-61)
Cass County, Missouri, United States
Place of Burial: Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville, Cass County, Missouri, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of James Clendenin Boggs and Mary "Polly" Boggs
Husband of Sarah Boggs
Father of Jacob Shock Boggs, Civil War POW; Rebecca Ann Mollohan and John F W Boggs
Brother of Alexander W. Boggs; William M. Boggs; Silas Innard Boggs; Rebecca Martin Carr; Benjamin Lemasters Boggs and 4 others

Managed by: John William Grimm
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About Archibald W. Boggs

Archibald Hudson "Archie" Boggs

Death: 1873 [not 1855] Cass County Missouri, USA

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=111484823

Archibald 'Archie' or 'A. H.' was a son of James Clendenin Boggs and Mary "Polly" LeMasters. He married Sarah Shock on October 13, 1831 in Braxton County, (West) Virginia. She was a daughter of Jacob Shock and Mary Green. She was born in 1814 in (West) Virginia.

Archie, Sarah and children removed to Grand River, Cass County, Missouri between 1850-1860. According to a book "The History of Cass and Bates Counties, Missouri" he was a Coroner, Mayor of Harrisonville, Councilmen, Public Administrator. He was also named with his son James C in the "Cass County Agricultural and Mechanical Association" as part of an association which was incorporated 14 August 1864.

History of Braxton County and Central West Virginia

1850 Census, Braxton County, VA -- page 439, lines 13-21, household # 653 Boggs, Archibald 45, $1,000 Sarah 36 Mary 16 James 14 Jacob 12 Rebecca 10 Elizabeth 8 Rachel 6 Agness 3

Archie and Sarah and children removed to Grand River, Cass County, Missouri between 1850-1860 as they are seen on the 1860 Census there.

They were found on a 1860 United States Federal Census Name Age A H Boggs 48 Sarah Boggs 46 Sarah Boggs 16 Rachal Boggs 14 Agness Boggs 12 J C Boggs 24 Amanda V Boggs 20 John P Boggs 2 Jacob S Boggs 22 Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Grand River, Cass, Missouri; Roll: M653_612; Page: 859; Image: 374; Family History Library Film: 803612

Their son John Clendenin (JC) Boggs and wife Amanda V and their son John P Boggs (age 2) were also living in the home.

Sarah died about 1864 Grand River, Cass County, Missouri.

Sarah was not found on the 1870 Census as Archie had already married on to a Widow Elizabeth E Wooley and they had a son William aged 2.

They had married 12 Oct 1865 in Missouri.

There were two children born of this Union William Frank Boggs b July 1866 Effie E Boggs b c1872

In the Civil War Archibald H and his son James C Boggs were in Company A, Missouri 1st Cavalry Regiment. The fought the Battle at Lone Jack, Jackson County, Missouri.

BOGGS, ARCHIBALD H. Pvt Co A Sick at Sedalia between April and Aug 1862; horse died in Kansas City about Aug. 30, 1862. It's possible his horse was killed at Lone Jack, his brother/cousin, James' horse was lost at LJ. BOGGS, JAMES C. Pvt Co A Horse and equipment lost at Lone Jack,

http://www.historiclonejack.org/2ndmsm-final.html

  • ***In 1870 Census showed he was a Public Administrator and his Real Estate Value was $4,000 and his Value of Personal Estate was Worth $2,000****

1870 United States Federal Census Name Age A H Boggs 57 Elisabeth Boggs 39 William Boggs 3 Alfred Cooper 17 Henry Cooper 15 Lucinda Cooper 14 Robert Cooper 13 Ben Davidson 32 John Moore 28 Wiseman 40 Mary Shelton 17 Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Grand River, Cass, Missouri; Roll: M593_767; Page: 580B; Image: 196; Family History Library Film: 552266

1880 United States Federal Census Name: Elizabeth Boggs Age: 49 Birth Year: abt 1831 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1880: Harrisonville, Cass, Missouri Race: White Gender: Female Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Widowed Father's Birthplace: Kentucky Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky Neighbors: Occupation: Hsekpr Cannot read/write: Blind: Deaf and Dumb: Otherwise disabled: Idiotic or insane: Household Members: Name Age Elizabeth Boggs 49 Robert Cooper 22 Frank Boggs 13 Effie Boggs 8 Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Harrisonville, Cass, Missouri; Roll: 679; Family History Film: 1254679; Page: 89B; Enumeration District: 082; Image: 0626.

Note and download the following for your records:

A. H. Boggs and J. C. Boggs in “The History of Cass and Bates Counties, Missouri, containing a history of these counties, their cities, towns,, etc., etc., 1883.

beginning with . . . Page 6— Boggs A. H. —195, 312, 313, 360 James C.—360 J. C.—187, 195

Page 187— J. C. Boggs—growth of public schools—in favor of advancing the educational interests of their town.

Page 195— 1867—A. H. Boggs, councilmen 1868—A. H. Boggs, mayor 1869—A. H. Boggs, councilmen 1869—J. C. Boggs, board of health

Page 312— Coroner—*A. H. Boggs . . . 386

Page 313— Public Administrator—*A. H. Boggs . . . 997

Page 360— Cass County Agricultural and Mechanical Association . . . Association was incorporated August 14, 1864, . . . A. H. Boggs, James C. Boggs

This book is available for FREE download at Internet Archive at the web address below:

https://archive.org/stream/cu31924028846447/cu31924028846447_djvu.txt

You can download it on PDF, EPub, Kindle, Daisy, view Full Text, or DjVu.

On Archibald H Boggs Union Civil War Pension there is NO date of death. Only that his record was filed 08 Aug 1907.


Archibald 'Archie' or 'A. H.' was a son of James Clendenin Boggs and Mary "Polly" LeMasters. He married Sarah Shock on October 13, 1831 in Braxton County, (West) Virginia. She was a daughter of Jacob Shock and Mary Green. She was born in 1814 in (West) Virginia.

Archie, Sarah and children removed to Grand River, Cass County, Missouri between 1850-1860. According to a book "The History of Cass and Bates Counties, Missouri" he was a Coroner, Mayor of Harrisonville, Councilmen, Public Administrator. He was also named with his son James C in the "Cass County Agricultural and Mechanical Association" as part of an association which was incorporated 14 August 1864.

History of Braxton County and Central West Virginia

Their son John Clendenin (JC) Boggs and wife Amanda V and their son John P Boggs (age 2) were also living in the home.

Sarah died about 1864 Grand River, Cass County, Missouri.

Sarah was not found on the 1870 Census as Archie had already married on to a Widow Elizabeth E Wooley and they had a son William aged 2.

They had married 12 Oct 1865 in Missouri.

There were two children born of this Union William Frank Boggs b July 1866 Effie E Boggs b c1872

In the Civil War Archibald H and his son James C Boggs were in Company A, Missouri 1st Cavalry Regiment. The fought the Battle at Lone Jack, Jackson County, Missouri.

BOGGS, ARCHIBALD H. Pvt Co A Sick at Sedalia between April and Aug 1862; horse died in Kansas City about Aug. 30, 1862. It's possible his horse was killed at Lone Jack, his brother/cousin, James' horse was lost at LJ. BOGGS, JAMES C. Pvt Co A Horse and equipment lost at Lone Jack,

http://www.historiclonejack.org/2ndmsm-final.html

  • ***In 1870 Census showed he was a Public Administrator and his Real Estate Value was $4,000 and his Value of Personal Estate was Worth $2,000****

1870 United States Federal Census Name Age A H Boggs 57 Elisabeth Boggs 39 William Boggs 3 Alfred Cooper 17 Henry Cooper 15 Lucinda Cooper 14 Robert Cooper 13 Ben Davidson 32 John Moore 28 Wiseman 40 Mary Shelton 17 Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Grand River, Cass, Missouri; Roll: M593_767; Page: 580B; Image: 196; Family History Library Film: 552266

1880 United States Federal Census Name: Elizabeth Boggs Age: 49 Birth Year: abt 1831 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1880: Harrisonville, Cass, Missouri Race: White Gender: Female Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Widowed Father's Birthplace: Kentucky Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky Neighbors: Occupation: Hsekpr Cannot read/write: Blind: Deaf and Dumb: Otherwise disabled: Idiotic or insane: Household Members: Name Age Elizabeth Boggs 49 Robert Cooper 22 Frank Boggs 13 Effie Boggs 8 Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Harrisonville, Cass, Missouri; Roll: 679; Family History Film: 1254679; Page: 89B; Enumeration District: 082; Image: 0626.

Note and download the following for your records:

A. H. Boggs and J. C. Boggs in “The History of Cass and Bates Counties, Missouri, containing a history of these counties, their cities, towns,, etc., etc., 1883.

beginning with . . . Page 6— Boggs A. H. —195, 312, 313, 360 James C.—360 J. C.—187, 195

Page 187— J. C. Boggs—growth of public schools—in favor of advancing the educational interests of their town.

Page 195— 1867—A. H. Boggs, councilmen 1868—A. H. Boggs, mayor 1869—A. H. Boggs, councilmen 1869—J. C. Boggs, board of health

Page 312— Coroner—*A. H. Boggs . . . 386

Page 313— Public Administrator—*A. H. Boggs . . . 997

Page 360— Cass County Agricultural and Mechanical Association . . . Association was incorporated August 14, 1864, . . . A. H. Boggs, James C. Boggs

This book is available for FREE download at Internet Archive at the web address below:

https://archive.org/stream/cu31924028846447/cu31924028846447_djvu.txt

You can download it on PDF, EPub, Kindle, Daisy, view Full Text, or DjVu.

On Archibald H Boggs Union Civil War Pension there is NO date of death. Only that his record was filed 08 Aug 1907.

  • **** NOTICE: 08 FEB 2016 ***** UPDATE

Archibald's Probate was found in Johnson County, Missouri court house. Dated 08 May 1875.

If you notice the line below James C Boggs is empty, that is where his son Jacob Shock Boggs would be if he were alive. Jacob died just after the Civil War of a bite from a dog that was infected with rabies.

Please save the document for your records.

Source for this record was: Missouri, County, District and Probate Courts in Johnson County, Missouri.

I, Me, Carolyn Sue Boggs, 3rd great-granddaughter of Archibald had researched everything documented here. I, and I alone had no help from anyone. This is was the outcome of my research. Sad note, he was in a court of law and signed many probate on wills yet he died of a heart attack without a will.

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Archibald W. Boggs's Timeline

1812
August 25, 1812
near Frametown, Braxton, Virginia (WV after 1863), United States
1838
March 2, 1838
Age 25
Braxton County, West Virginia, United States
1840
November 3, 1840
Age 28
Braxton County, West Virginia, United States
1851
September 2, 1851
Age 39
Braxton County, West Virginia, USA
1873
1873
Age 60
Cass County, Missouri, United States
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Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville, Cass County, Missouri, USA