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Cabbages and kings : westward migration and settlement of the Cochran and related families

by Earl Lindsay Darrah
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Tampa, Florida : E.L. Darrah, c1997
viii, 508 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Robert Cochran (ca. 1690-ca. 1750) was born in Armagh County, Ireland, the son of John Cochran (ca. 1670-ca. 1730). He and his wife, Margaret (Molly) Anderdson (ca. 1695-1796), had four children, ca. 1711-ca. 1717. He probably died in Northern Ireland. Margaret Cochran and at least three of their children immigrated to America before 1738. Margaret died at Bristol, Massachusetts. Lawrence County, Missouri. Descendants listed lived in Massachusetts, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and elsewhere.

Includes other ancestral and related families, chiefly maternal, of the author, Earl Lindsay Darrah, who was born in 1932 at Heglar, Idaho, the son of William Earle Durrah (1899-1940) and Ethel Margrette Burns Durrah (1904-1991) and the grandson of Lindsey Smith Durrah (1864-1934) and Sarah Jane Hollingworth Darrah (1869-1954); and Frederick Everett Burns (1877-1939) and Alice Myrtle Cochran Burns (1884-1953). Ancestors include: Robert Fuller (ca. 1615-1706) of England and Salem and Rehoboth, Massachusetts -- John Seaton (ca. 1690-1730) of Northumberland and Fauquier County, Virginia -- Richard Blysse (b. 1463) of Daventry, England and his descendant, Thomas Blisse/Bliss (1590-1649) of Northampton, England, and Rehoboth, Massachusetts -- Gwilyn Bowen (b. abt. 1412) of Pembroke, Wales and his descendant, Richard Dowen (1580-1674/5) of Pembroke, Wales and Bristol, Massachusetts -- William Gregg (1642-ca. 1687) of Ireland and New Castle, Delaware.

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