Susan Anne Bohannon, 18331909 (aged 76 years)

Name
Susan Anne /Bohannon/
Birth
Birth
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
Death of a maternal grandmother
Birth of a sister
Death of a maternal grandfather
1852 (aged 18 years)
Marriage
Death of a brother
Death of a father
Death of a mother
Death of a husband
Death of a brother
1908 (aged 74 years)
Death
March 14, 1909 (aged 76 years)
Family with parents
father
18041879
Birth: March 7, 1804 40 32 Sullivan County, Tennessee
Death: July 14, 1879Bloomington Township, Buchanan County, Missouri
mother
Marriage Marriagebefore 1830eastern Tennessee
17 years
younger brother
18461915
Birth: May 29, 1846 42 37 Buchanan County, Missouri
Death: August 29, 1915Effingham, Atchison County, Kansas
-16 years
elder sister
3 years
herself
18331909
Birth: February 11, 1833 28 23 Fountain, Indiana
Death: March 14, 1909Kansas
2 years
younger brother
18351858
Birth: April 5, 1835 31 26 Illinois
Death: May 21, 1858Kansas
4 years
younger sister
6 years
younger sister
18441914
Birth: March 1, 1844 39 34 Buchanan County, Missouri
Death: March 3, 1914Doniphan, Kansas
6 years
younger brother
-8 years
younger brother
12 years
younger sister
18521915
Birth: 1852 47 42 Buchanan County, Missouri
Death: after 1915
-21 years
elder sister
Family with Tinsley Potter
husband
18261904
Birth: December 15, 1826 33 32 Linclon County, Kentucky
Death: January 5, 1904Kansas
herself
18331909
Birth: February 11, 1833 28 23 Fountain, Indiana
Death: March 14, 1909Kansas
Marriage MarriageApril 24, 1856Buchanan County, Missouri
daughter
daughter
daughter
son
daughter
daughter
Shared note

"Genealogical and Biographical Record of North-Eastern Kansas," published by Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago in 1900:

"She [Susan] is one of the eleven children of John and Talitha (Foust) Bohannon, both of whom died in Buchanan county, the former at the age of seventy-three and the latter at the age of seventy-eight years. The father was a native of Tennessee, whence he removed to Indiana and later to the vicinity of Chicago, Illinois, and finally to Missouri. Mrs. Potter was born in Fountain, Indiana, February 11, 1833, and passed her girlhood in Missouri. She had four brothers and five sisters, namely: Margaret, Elizabeth, Martha, Gaines, Talitha, Thomas, Mary, William and John. Mrs. Potter was the third one of the family of children."