Noah S. Bowman

ID # 432, (1848-1914)
BirthNoah S. Bowman was born in 1848 at Woolwich Twp., Waterloo County. 
MarriageHe married Sarah E. Buckberrough, daughter of James Coleman Buckberrough and Rachel Smith, on 2 April 1878 at Waterford, Ontario; 007035-78 Waterford, Norfolk Co. Noah S. Bowerman, age 30, residence Waterloo County, Ontario, born Woolwich Twp., bachelor, cheese maker, parents Jacob and Mary Bowerman. Sarah Buckborrough, age 24, born and residing Windham, spinster, parents James and Rachael Buckborrough. Witnesses: Lewis Beemer and Rebecca Beemer, both of Waterford. The groom was United Brethern and the bride was Methodist. Clergyman: Rev. A. Slaght. April 2, 1878, at Waterford.

Whether a transcription error was made by the clerk at the time of registration is unknown, but other records for Noah indicate that his proper name was Bowman. His mother was Mary Stauffer. 
DeathHe died on 3 August 1914 at Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Co.. 
BurialHe was buried at Blenheim Mennonite Cemetery, Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co.. 
NoteWe have a record for the marriage of Noah's parents as follows:

Wellington District Marriage Register:
Marriages by Rev'd Frederick W. Bindemann
Minister of the German Evangelical Protestant Lutheran Church at Greenbush
Waterloo Township, Halton County, Wellington Dist, 31 Aug. 1842 to 31 Aug 1843 #25
Salomon Bowman, Tanner, to Mary Stauffer, both of Waterloo. By Banns. rev. Bindemann. Wit. William Benton, Wagonmaker and Franz Bussenberger, Shoemaker, both of Waterloo
Date not given.

Death reg. 032320-14 Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Co.
Noah S. Bowman, age 66 yrs., 2 dys., died Aug 3, 1914.
Place of birth Waterloo, place of death New Dundee. Place of burial Wilmot. Retired farmer. Married. Parents Jacob S. Bowman and Mary Stauffer. Informant Elias Hallman, New Dundee.

Find-a-Grave provides us with a place of burial for Noah and a photo of his stone. If Sarah is buried with him, it isn't readily apparent. 

Children of Noah S. Bowman and Sarah E. Buckberrough

Last Edited24 Sep 2014