Grace (Bostic) Peterson   

In 1900 Indiana County, Pennsylvania, Grace, born December 1882, is with with B.H. 36 and Carried 34 Bostic.  Siblings are William April 1895 and Elsie June 1888.  She's also listed with the Julia Bennett family, a student, roomer, in Indiana County.

Benjamin Franklin Bostic and daughter Grace - thanks ccqueen1958

In 1910 Rockland precinct Grace, 27, born in Pennsylvania, is farming, living alone.

Grace proved up a quarter in 13, 6N 48W in 1914.  

She married Edward Peterson October 25, 1913, recorded in Morgan County.  He who immigrated from Sweden in 1884.

Edward proved up a quarter in 28, 5N 58W in 1913 - that's Morgan County, about sixty miles away.

They're in Weld County in 1920, 1930, and 1940, with Robert B. , Carrie Sophronia 1916, and Lawurence 1918.

Carrie 1883-Jan 28, 1956 is buried in Linn Grove, Greeley.

Son Robert Bostic Peterson was born Aug 4, 1914, dying in Sacramento County Jan 14, 1992.

Indiana, Pennsylvania October 7, 1955 - Benjamin Franklin BOSTIC, former resident of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, died Monday, October 3, at the of his son in Pocatello, Idaho. A son of Jacob and Charlotte Notley Bostic, he was born in Cherry Tree, Montgomery Twp., May 19, 1864. He was one of a family of 10 children of whom two survive, Mrs. Emma Wilson of Indian Springs Road, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Mrs. Gertrude Langdon, Glen Campbell, Pennsylvania. He is survived by two sons and two daughters: William M. , Pocatello, Idaho; John, Pullman, Washington; Mrs. Grace Peterson, Kersey, Colorado, and Mrs. Charlotte Smith, Salt Lake City; Janice Robinson, Spirit Lake; and John Bostic, Hiilman, Wash. They came from Pennsylvania to Idaho and Mr. Bostic homesteaded at Sublett in 1910. His wife died in 1935. They were members of the Evangelical church. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p. m. in the McHam Funeral Chapel