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The Coffman family : with related Jordan, Bryan and Mark families

compiled by Lt. Col. Edward E. Sampson, USA ret
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Tampa, Florida : E.E. Sampson, 1989
120 leaves.

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Contents: pt. 1. The Coffman family of Hampshire and Hardy County, Virginia; Bourbon Co., Va. - Ky. to Monroe/Putnam Co., Ind. & Shelby Co., Mo. -- pt. 2. Related Jordan family of Virginia; Mason Co., Ky.; Putnam, Parke & Vigo Co., Ind. & Shelby Co., Mo. -- pt. 3. Related Bryan family of Virginia; Kentucky; Hendricks, Putnam, and Vigo Co., Ind.; Missouri and Kansas, with reference to the Lockridge and Farrow families -- pt. 4. Related Mark family of Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Kansas, with Detro family connections.

Abraham Coffman was born in Virginia in 1763, the son of Jacob Coffman (d. bef. 1791). He married Ann Thursby ca. 1784 in Hampshire County, Virginia. They had fifteen children, 1785-1814, born in Virginia and Kentucky. The family migrated to Bourbon County, Virginia (later Kentucky) ca. 1787 and to Monroe County, Indiana, ca. 1821. He died in Putnam County, Indiana, ca. 1843. Descendants listed lived in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, and elsewhere.

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