Daniel Sherman Boggs
and Mary Elizabeth Clark
Daniel Sherman "Sherm" Boggs b 10 Oct 1897 Lawrence Co KY d 18 Feb 1983 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; buried Horeb Cemetery, Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; s/o John Milton Boggs and Nicy Margaret Wheeler. Daniel Sherman "Sherm" Boggs m. 4 Apr 1915 to Mary Elizabeth Clark b 12 Mar 1898 Elliott Co KY d 9 Sept 1973 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; buried Horeb Cemetery, Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; d/o James Anderson Clark and Rachel Kitchen. Children of Daniel Sherman "Sherm" Boggs and Mary Elizabeth Clark;
1. Eljay Boggs b 16 Jan 1916 Lawrence Co KY d 5 Jun 1976 Huntington, Cabell Co WV; buried South Webster Cemetery, South Webster OH; m. 19 Jun 1941 Scioto Co OH to Mary Opal Ramsey b 30 Mar 1917 Boyd Co KY d 9 Mar 1986; d/o Daniel Ramsey and Angie Tackett.
2. Rachel Molly Boggs b 4 May 1918 Webbville, Lawrence Co KY; m. 2 Dec 1935 Lawrence Co OH to Richard "Dick" Edwards b 13 Sept 1913 OH. Rachel Molly Boggs m. 21 Jun 1940 Vanceburg, Lewis Co KY to Forrest O Kallner b 29 Mar 1921 Minford, Scioto Co OH d 25 Mar 1972
Portsmouth, Scioto Co OH; buried Bennett Cemetery, Minford, Scioto Co OH; s/o Allen Kallner and Mabel Unknown.
Forrest Kallner was killed in a one car crash on Route 139 near Minford, Ohio. He had been a milk hauler for the Scioto County Milk Producers Association.
3. Elton Ray Boggs b 25 Jun 1920 Webbville, Lawrence Co KY d 2 Feb 1991 Chillicothe, Ross Co OH; m. 3 Aug 1940 Vanceburg, Lewis Co KY to Evelyn Pauline Toppins b 16 Aug 1920 Scioto Co OH d 3 Oct 2008 Chillicothe, Ross Co OH; d/o Okley Toppins and Lettie Allen.
4. Velma Claris Boggs b 20 Nov 1922 Lawrence Co KY d 23 Jul 1927 Lawrence Co KY; buried Boggs Family Cemetery, Orr, Elliott Co KY of cerebral-spinal meningitis when she was just 4 years old.
5. Boyd Sherman Boggs b 29 Jan 1925 Boyd Co KY d 23 Oct 1979 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; buried Horeb Cemetery; occupation Empire - Detroit Steel Portsmouth OH; m. 16 Jun 1943 Greenup Co KY to Mildred Louise Young b 11 Jul 1927 Scioto Co OH d 25 May 1999 Mount Vernon, Knox Co OH; d/o Denver Young and Vesta Cole. Child of Boyd Sherman Boggs and Mildred Louise Young; i. Denver Sherman "Dennie" Boggs b 11 Mar 1944 d 21 Mar 2005.
6. Vernon Edward Boggs b 11 Sept 1927 Webbville, Lawrence Co KY d 5 Nov 1999 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; buried Horeb Cemetery, no location given; m. Female Snyder; d/o Carl Snyder and Eva Crabtree.
7. Edgil Cleo Boggs b 4 Jul 1929 Webbville, Lawrence Co KY; m. Female Kotcamp; d/o Christopher Columbus Kotcamp and Bessie Logan
8. Bobby Clark Boggs b 22 Dec 1931 d 12 Nov 1935; buried Boggs Cemetery, Orr, Elliott Co KY
9. Female Boggs; m. William Ross
10. Gene Elvin Boggs b 22 Aug 1936 Minford, Scioto Co OH d 18 Feb 2006 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; m. Female Crabtree; d/o Homer Crabtree and Lucille Mae Keller.
Gene Boggs was a member of the Gallia Baptist Church and was involved with their nursing home visitation program. He
was also a member of the Portland Lodge Masonic Bodies for over 40 years prior
to his death
Daniel Sherman Boggs
and Clara Warner
Daniel Sherman "Sherm" Boggs m. 4 Feb 1974 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH to Clara Warner b 12 May 1900 Mount Zion, Greenup Co KY d 25 Mar 1987 Oak Hill, Jackson Co OH; d/o Nathaniel Warner and Leah Mullins
Daniel Sherman Sherm Boggs
Daniel Sherman "Sherm" Boggs was the youngest son of John Milt and Margaret Wheeler Boggs. He was probably named in part after his grandfather Daniel Rolen Wheeler. Uncle Sherm was about five years old when his mother died. According to many family members, Uncle Sherm was the cut-up of the family. He had a great sense of humor and loved to joke around. He was known for a pair of brown and white wing-tip shoes that he frequently wore to family reunions. I even have a picture of him at a reunion in those shoes! Sometime after his marriage he moved to Oak Hill, Ohio. His son, Edgil, told me that Uncle Sherm asked him to take him back to Lick Creek. Edgil said that he was about 18 or 19 years old when his father asked him this favor. Edgil said that they made the trip, which meant running part of the way in the creek bed. Uncle Sherm told Edgil to stop the car and he got out. He didn't tell Edgil where he was going. Edgil asked at a house if they had seen his father and they told him where he could find him. He went up to the little shack and he said that he could see the floor boards come up and go back down.
Uncle Sherm popped his head out the door and said "Aw - it's just Edgil". Edgil entered the house and his dad and another man were sipping shine. The man poured Edgil a teacup of shine. Edgil said that it really made him dizzy! Uncle Sherman once bought a calf that had been born with six legs. Apparently, the farmer was all too happy to sell the calf to him to get rid of it. Uncle Sherman then took the calf around all of one summer and charged people a quarter to see it! His nephew Morris Robinson could remember Uncle Sherman coming by the school he attended to let the kids see the calf for free. According to the 1930 census, Sherman and Mary Liz were living in Webbville, Lawrence County, Kentucky. They had six children at the time. Sometime shortly thereafter, the family moved to the Minford, Ohio, area, and then eventually to Oak Hill, Ohio. The family lived on Route 335 near Minford, Ohio, for a while. They had a house fire at this location and lost one of their sons, Bobby Clark Boggs, in the fire. Sherman's sister Nettie Boggs Blevins had a premonition about the fire and knew when the call came that Sherman had lost his home. Uncle Sherman was a member of the Pine Creek United Baptist Church in South Webster, Ohio. After his wife, Mary Liz Boggs, died in 1973, Sherman remarried. Sherman and Mary Liz Boggs are buried in the Horeb Cemetery, Oak Hill, Ohio.
(Source: Barbara Jacobs - email@example.com)