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Cothran-Chiles notes : and an update after more than a half-century

[Samuel Alexander Cothran]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Aiken, South Carolina : S.A. Cothran, 1992
596, [12] p., [32] plates : ill., facsims., coats of arms, ports., maps, geneal. tables

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This is an updated version of the 1936 edition by William Benjamin Cothran.

The Cothran family originally from Scotland. The Cothrans were early settlers of Virginia and upper North Carolina. This branch of the family moved on to South Carolina to what is now Newberry Co., and then on to locations now known as Abbeville and Greenwood. One branch of the family left Newberry and went to Miami Co., Ohio in the early 1800's. Descendants of Samuel Cothran (1763-1826), son of Alexander and Hester (or Esther) Cothran, and his wife Mary Ann Richardson. They lived in Newberry Co., S.C. until about 1818, when they moved to Abbeville Co., S.C. They had four children: Dempsey (1796-1830), John (1799-1860), Charlotte (1802-1853) and Wade Samuel (1804-1877). Wade Elephare Cothran (1837-1899), son of John and Elephare Rushton Cothran, married 1861 Sarah Elizabeth Chiles (1840-1892) born at Chiles Crossroads Plantation, a daughter of John Chiles.

Includes index.

Includes Chiles, Caldwell, Perrin, Waller and allied families.

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