Rev. Mackinaw Boachman
- Born: Bef 1812, Mackinaw, Michigan, United States
- Marriage (1): Polly Rogers after 1833
- Died: 12 May 1848
Another name for Mackinaw was Beauchemie.
Source: Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society, 1907-1908, Vol. X, edited by George W. Martin (Topeka, 1908), pp. 401-402.
According to Mary Cross (12 Apr 2000) on message board (http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.rogers/1099.1112/mb.ashx) when she cites Richard Pagburn's Indian Blood: Finding Your Native American Ancestor, Vol 1 (Louisvills:Burler Books, 1993), "Macinaw tribes Beauchemie [Bushman], an adopted Potawatomi, married Shawnee Polly Rogers daughter of Henry Rogers, son in law of Blackfish. Their children included Annie (who married N.T. Shaler), Julia Ann (who married Thomas Nesbit Stinson), Alexander, William, Marth Boshman."
Mackinaw married Polly Rogers, daughter of Captain Henry Rogers and Chelatha Blackfish, after 1833. (Polly Rogers was born <1782> in <Missouri>, United States and died 1848 or 1849 in Pottawatomie Mission, Kansas, (United States).)