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Cotters, Ireland to America

compiled by Vinita Carter Miller
Miller, Vinita Carter (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Springfield, Missouri : G.B. Carter, 1990, 1984
229 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
Research by Vinita Carter Miller; v. 1

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Includes Collins, Hayes, Squibb, and related other families.

According to family tradition, the first Cotter in America was in Ireland, brought to America and held for ransom. He later escaped, married, and raised a family here in America. His grandson, James Cotter, was probably born in Tennessee, the son of James Cotter who died in Greene County, Tennessee, ca. 1836. He migrated to Missouri, where he married Elizabeth McNeeds, in Greene County, Missouri, in 1817. They had twelve children. He died ca. 1845. Descendants listed lived in Missouri, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.

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