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Marion Clay Coger of Arkansas, 1874-1950 : his ancestry, his family

compiled by Doyle C. Akers
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Denison, Texas : D.C. Akers, 1992
ca. 400 leaves : geneal. tables, ports.

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Marion Clay Coger was born in Oskaloosa, Kansas. His Coger ancestry is traced to Claus Koger (ca. 1572-1630) of Weil Am Rhine in southwest, Germany. His descendant, Hans Jacob Coger (1710-1783) was born in Auggen, Germany and came to Pennsylvania in 1728 and married Lucinda Crum. He died in Henry County, Virginia. Other brothers and sisters of Hans Jacob came to America as well. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, and elsewhere.

Includes Koger, Akers, McElwain, Hinds, and related families.

Includes index.

Library has bound book into 2 vols.

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