Boner, Joseph

Name: Boner, Joseph
Burial Date: 1912, 08/06
Age at Death: 77
Plot Location: 550 C
Notes: husband of Bridget(Smith)

Co. B., 16th Pa. Inf.  War: Civil War

Joseph Boner

Birth: Dec. 25, 1835
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Death: Aug. 5, 1912
Sterling
Rice County
Kansas, USA

16 PA INF – Shared gravestone with Bridget Boner.

Family links:
Spouse:
Bridget Smith Boner (1840 – 1918)

*Children:
Mary Ann Boner Stiggins (1862 – 1934)*
Joseph Fredrick Boner (1863 – 1888)*
Catherine Roberts (1864 – 1938)*
Josephine Boner Lavielle (1866 – 1940)*
Franzis Sebastion Boner (1869 – 1920)*
Matilda Boner Canning (1870 – 1943)*
Adam Edward Boner (1871 – 1948)*
Elizabeth Boner Cox (1878 – 1948)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sterling Cemetery
Sterling
Rice County
Kansas, USA
Created by: Phillip H. Pitzer
Record added: Oct 13, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22152823

Joseph Boner was born on December 25, 1835, in Michaelwinnaden, Germany. He arrived in New York in 1857 when he was 22.

He had two sons and one daughter with Bridget Smith between 1869 and 1880. He died on August 5, 1912, having lived a long life of 76 years.

Obituary from the Bulletin  08/08/1912

Joseph Boner Dead

Joseph Boner, one of the older residents of Walnut township, died at his home Monday, August 5, at the age of 77 years, four months and 23 days.

Mr. Boner had not been feeling well for something like a year, but on Friday of last week, was taken sick, and on Monday succumbed to heart failure. Deceased had been a resident of Walnut township for 38 years and had a host of friends.

Besides the widow, Mr. Boner leaves behind 9 children, 6 daughters and three sons, as follows: Mrs. Jno. Canning, Huntsville; Mrs. Maggie Hall, Ingalls; Mrs. W.H. Cox, Hutchinson; Mrs. Thos. Stiggins and Mrs. Isaac Lavielle both of Sterling, Mrs. Katie Roberts of LaJunta, CO, Ed Boner, Dodge City; John Boner, of Ingalls, and Frank Boner, who lives at home.

Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church at this place on Tuesday afternoon, In charge of Rev. A. E. Kirk, of the M.E.church. The services at the grave were under the auspices of the G.A.R. Internment was in Cottonwood Cemetery.