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The family of William Cowan and Anna Wilson

compiled by Ralph Ellis Cowan and Florence Athey Eller Cowan
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[United States : F.E. Cowan], 1973
115 p.

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Includes Lumry, Rodabaugh, Baker, Kirkpatrick, and related families.

Includes index.

William Cowan arrived in New York City in 1732 and later moved to Pennsylvania. He married Anna Wilson and in 1788 they settled in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Includes descendants of three sons, John (born 1765, married Rachel McCutcheon), William Jr. (born 1768, married Mary Steele), and Thomas (married Jane Gamble in 1810). Descendants lived in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, and elsewhere.

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