1800 Census for Burk Co. Pa.
1803 John died in Pendleton, no will, but estate is inventoried
and a sale is hel and recorded , 6 Sept 1803
Anna Jane remarried to John Shall and at his death, she inherits 200 acres of land, which she leases to her son John
Bouse & Barbary Hedrick.
Anna Jane is listed on the census for 1830 and died Feb 9 1832. Her headstone is a large rock, with name and date scratached into the surface.
John and Anna have 4 boys and 1 girl. I have never been able to prove where Jesse or Phoebe fit in or if they are from another line. Another John Bouse received 200 acres for his services in the Rev. War, but never filed a claim.
John & Barbara stay in Va., until in the 1820 when his mother sued him for none payment of lease and failing to uphold a contract she had him sign. This included furnishing a house, a horse so she could ride to the river to wash, poultry, stock,
firewood and food supply.
John & Barbara leave for Fayette Co., Ohio, where John died
in 1830. She is a widow on the census. She has son John, Martin, Joseph, dau's. Sarah, Mary, & Rebecca for certain.
Martin married Luvina Drace 12 Feb 1839 and then migrated to Wash. Co., Mo. Sarah married John Lindsay Nov 13 1839 and stayed in Ohio. Mary married Robert W. Estep - stayed in Ohio, Joseph married Francis J. Gaskill 14 Dec 1855 and later goes to Indiana - living in Jay & Wells Co. John died Sep 13 1849, leaving John Lindsay to pay his debts. Barbara and Rebecca go to Indiana 1850 census. Rebecca married and I lost her after the 1860 census.
Frederick and Barbara Conrad Bouse goes to Cario, Ill where they have two girls born, then on to Cass Co., Mo. by 1839.
Two of his son's Silas and John both married Sandlin girls.
Adam married Annis Dolly and after the 1850 census go to Tipton Co., Ind. and yes he does have a son Sylvanus who married Elizabeth Van Devender. Daughter, Mary Ann married Solomon Phares, George does marry Virginia Miles.
Susanna Bouse married John Dolly III and stays in Va.
George who is mentally ill - what manner I don't know. Lives with Adam. Don't have a death date for him.
1752 - Adam Bouse has purchased 40 acres in Berk Co., Pa.
the same time period he is listed as a resident. This is all I can find out about him; but John and son Frederick Bouse uses the name Adam for several of the children, including Silas Adam Bouse, hubby's great grandfather.