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Joseph O. Bowman

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Birthplace: Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: Died in Waterloo, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada
Place of Burial: Blair, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of Rev. Christian Bauman, II and Elizabeth Fretz Bauman
Husband of Mary Maria Bowman
Father of Elizabeth Burkholder; Salome Baer Weber; Jonathan B Bowman; Maria B Schneider; Christian Bauman and 8 others
Brother of Barbara Good; Jacob Baumann; Christian Oberholtzer Bauman/Bowman III and Wendel Oberholtzer Bauman

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About Joseph O. Bowman

Allegheny Mennonite Church (Alleghenyville, Pennsylvania, USA) "The Allegheny Mennonite Church was a member of the Lancaster Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA), in Brecknock Township, Berks County Pennsylvania, near Alleghenyville. The first Mennonite settler was Jacob Bauman (1722-1770), son of Wendel of Pequea, coming in 1745, who was followed by his brothers Christian and Peter in 1751, also by Peter Eshelman and his sons Jacob and Peter in 1749. Benedict Horning came in 1759.The congregation was organized probably in 1760. Christian Bauman (1724-1790) was the first minister. In 1802 Joseph Bauman (1766-1849), his son, was ordained a minister. In 1816 before moving to Waterloo County, Ontario, he preached a fitting farewell sermon under a tree near his home a mile east from the Allegheny Mennonite Church. Between 1807 and 1825 probably 30 members of this congregation moved to Ontario. The congregation worshiped in private homes until 1855, when they built the first meetinghouse. The 1948 membership was 10"

Weber, Aaron M. "Allegheny Mennonite Church (Alleghenyville, Pennsylvania, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1955.

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Birth: Jul. 19, 1766 Berks County Pennsylvania, USA Death: Jan. 19, 1849 Waterloo Ontario, Canada

Son of Christian & Elizabeth Oberholtzer Bauman.

Allegheny Mennonite Church (Alleghenyville, Pennsylvania, USA) "The Allegheny Mennonite Church was a member of the Lancaster Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA), in Brecknock Township, Berks County Pennsylvania, near Alleghenyville. The first Mennonite settler was Jacob Bauman (1722-1770), son of Wendel of Pequea, coming in 1745, who was followed by his brothers Christian and Peter in 1751, also by Peter Eshelman and his sons Jacob and Peter in 1749. Benedict Horning came in 1759.The congregation was organized probably in 1760. Christian Bauman (1724-1790) was the first minister. In 1802 Joseph Bauman (1766-1849), his son, was ordained a minister. In 1816 before moving to Waterloo County, Ontario, he preached a fitting farewell sermon under a tree near his home a mile east from the Allegheny Mennonite Church. Between 1807 and 1825 probably 30 members of this congregation moved to Ontario. The congregation worshiped in private homes until 1855, when they built the first meetinghouse. The 1948 membership was 10"

Weber, Aaron M. "Allegheny Mennonite Church (Alleghenyville, Pennsylvania, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1955.


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Parents:
 Christian Bauman (1724 - 1790)

Spouse:
 Mary Baer Bowman (1772 - 1842)

Children:
 Elizabeth Bowman Burkholder (1788 - 1861)*
 Salome Bauman Weber (1791 - 1868)*
 Jonathan B. Bowman (1792 - 1876)*
 Maria Bauman Snyder (1794 - 1938)*
 Christian Bauman (1797 - 1821)*
 Samuel B. Bowman (1802 - 1883)*
 Judith Bowman Bricker (1803 - 1837)*
 Leah Bowman Snyder (1804 - 1876)*
 Wendell Bowman (1806 - 1876)*
 Elias B. Bowman (1809 - 1875)*
 Benjamin B. Bowman (1811 - 1872)*

Sibling:
 Wendel Bauman (1758 - 1842)*
 Joseph O. Bowman (1766 - 1849)
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Inscription: "(broken stone)_Joseph Bowman. minister of the Mennonite church. Born July 19, 1766 in Brecknock Twp, Berks Co. Pa. Was joined in holy matrimony with Mary Baer of the same place. They emigrated to the Twp. of Waterloo, C.W. 1816 where they resided to the time of their decease"


Burial: Blair Cemetery Blair Waterloo Regional Municipality Ontario, Canada


Created by: Karen Tober Record added: Feb 03, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 65137428

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Joseph O. Bowman's Timeline

1766
July 19, 1766
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1788
August 28, 1788
Age 22
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1791
April 8, 1791
Age 24
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1792
November 25, 1792
Age 26
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1794
September 26, 1794
Age 28
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1797
November 2, 1797
Age 31
1799
March 23, 1799
Age 32
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1800
April 4, 1800
Age 33
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1802
February 6, 1802
Age 35
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1803
May 30, 1803
Age 36
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States