Pusecker Declaration Discovered

Pusecker Declaration Discovered

Previously, I shared in a post "How Many Ways Can You Spell Pusecker?" twelve ways this name has been spelled and now I have another variation. Let's add Boesecker to the list.

The Pusecker family traveled with my 2nd great-grandmother Caroline Mack Geis├čler Billmann to America together from Gillersheim, Hannover, Niedersachsen (Germany). Caroline's brother married a Pusecker daughter and joined the families by marriage.  So, this record for Charles Boesecker, is believed to be Karl Pusecker (1808-1886), the elder Pusecker in the immigrant family.

Declaration of Intention.
Court of Common Pleas, Franklin County Ohio.
The State of Ohio, Franklin County, SS

Be it remembered that on the 9th day of August of the year eighteen hundred and fifty-six, PERSONALLY APPEARED before me ALBERT B BUTTLES, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for said County and State, Charles Boesecker an Alien, a native of Hanover who being duly sworn according to law, on his oath doth declare and say that it is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States, and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign Prince, Potentate, State, or Sovereignty, whatever and more particularly all allegiance and fidelity to the King of Hanover whose subject he is.

Attest: A B Buttles, Clerk
by M M powers, Dpy

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