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1601 [William M. Bozarth] followed agricultural pursuits until 1833, when he learned the blacksmith trade in the little village of Belleview. In 1839 he went to Henry Co, MO, and there carried on his trade for several years. but in 1866 moved to Washington Co, AR where he has since been identified with the mercantile interests of the county. Mr. Bozarth is a member of the Masonic fraternity and for five years filled the position of sheriff of Henry County, MO.
(History of Arkansas, Washington Co. p. 918)
Information from Martha Cobble and Bozarth Beacon Vol I; VIII-3. Farmer, Blacksmith and member of
Baptist then Methodist Church. Both wives were his first cousins. 
BOZARTH, William Means (I11544)
 
1602 •Residence: 1930 Whittier, Los Angeles, California
•Residence: 1920 Doylesport, Barton, Missouri
•Residence: 1910 Lamar, Barton, Missouri

 
MEANS, Elmer Holmes (I11106)
 

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