Cochran and Shroyer Families

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Francis Wayland Cochran1

M, #1, b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)

Family: Maude C. Brent (b. 12 August 1876, d. 24 October 1948)

SonCharles Brent Cochran+ (b. 1 September 1913, d. 19 May 2004)
DaughterBeatrice Royston Cochran (b. 27 June 1915, d. 10 December 1999)
DaughterJean Frances Cochran (b. 29 May 1917, d. 9 June 1998)
Cochran, FW&elephants

Biography

Francis Wayland Cochran was born on 21 August 1873 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 He and Maude C. Brent were married on 19 March 1912 in the bride's home, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio by T. B. Roberts.3,4,5 Francis Wayland Cochran died on 21 October 1964, at age 91, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.6,7 He was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville.)8
Francis Wayland Cochran was also known as Way Cochran. He was became involved in his father's cigar business in the late 1890s. He was listed as a manufacturer of cigars on the 1900 and 1920 censuses and the manager of a cigar factory on the 1910 census. After his father's death in 1922, he became the sole proprietor of Cochran Brothers cigar factory and continued in that capacity until the factory was closed in the early 1950s. (See Cochran Bros.) He lived at 97 S. Seventh St., Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, on 7 October 1897.9 He and his father, H. M. Cochran, reoganized Cochran Brothers in McConnelsville on 1 January 1900. Each contributed $1,000 capital10 He was a census taker in June 1900 in Enumeration district 35, Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.11 Francis appeared on the 1910 US Census i in McConnelsville, Ohio, in the household of his father Hugh.12 He was described as tall and slender with blue eyes and gray hair in 1918.13 Francis was named as an executor for the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.14 He registered for the World War I draft on 12 September 1918 at McConnelsville.13 Francis and Maude appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 8 January 1920 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Charles, Beatrice, and Jean and Francis's father Hugh.15 Francis and Maude appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 23 April 1930 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.16 . His car was stolen from his garage in October 1938 and was found abandoned 2 days later in Butler, Pennsylvania17,18,19 Francis and Maude appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 12 April 1940 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.20 He was injured when a water tank exploded in June 1947 in Cochran Brothers, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. He was hopitalized in Zanesville. . He and his daughter Jean were not injured when a tree fell on their car during a storm in McConnelsville, Ohio on 26 March 1950.21 Francis deeded the family home, Mt. Airie, to his daughter, Jean, in 1953 in McConneslville.22
Last Edited14 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S110] Morgan County, Ohio Birth Records, Volume: 1, FHL microfilm 911403, 128 #2192, male, parents Hugh M. Cochran and Mary R. Bozman
  3. [S423] Cochran-Brent church marriage certificate, Francis Wayland Cochran and Maude C. Brent church marriage certificate, Trinity Methodist Church, McConnelsville, Ohio
  4. [S1522] McConnelsville Weekly Herald: Cochran-Brent, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 5, col. 6
  5. [S1775] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: I, Film Number: 0910660, Francis W. Cochran and Maude C. Brent, p. 518, no. 1035
  6. [S1405] Shroyer, Barbara, Int Shroyer, Barbara, Shroyer, granddaughter of Francis Wayland Cochran, was present at the funeral
  7. [S377] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Death Index 1958-69, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com
  8. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, F. Wayland and Maude B. Cochran tombstone
  9. [S1309] LETTER(Postcard) FBeckett to FWCochran, McConnelsville, Ohio
  10. [S2018] Hugh M. Cochran, "H. M. Cochran Ledger, 1900" (MS, McConnelsville, Ohio, 1900); privately held by Barbara Shroyer, .
  11. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309
  12. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED49, sheet 5B, dwelling 127, family 146; OHMorg103
  13. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Morgan Co. Ohio, 12 sept. 1918,serial#620, order#A92, Francis Wayland Cochran
  14. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  15. [S1339] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T625, Francis W. Cochran household, ED78, p.7B, dwelling 150, family 217; OHMorg250
  16. [S1459] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T626, Wayland Cochran household, dwelling 469, family 533, ED 58-12, sheet 13A, roll 1858; OHMorg350
  17. [S2019] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Stolen Car Not Recovered," 20 October 1938, p. p. 17; digital images.
  18. [S2020] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Stolen Car Recovered," 22 October 1938; digital images.
  19. [S2021] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Pennsylvania Youths Confess Theft of McConnelsville Car," 26 October 1938; digital images.
  20. [S949] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T627, McConnelsville, ED 58-12. sheet 7A, p. 115, household 190, F. Wayland Cochran household
  21. [S2022] Ohio. Zanesville, Times Recorder, "Excessive Damage Caused By Winds," 29 March 1950; digital images.
  22. [S2023] Ohio. Zanesville, Times Recorder, "Deed Recorded," 20 May 1953; digital images.

Anna Caroline Cochran1

F, #2, b. 13 October 1855, d. 11 August 1898

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
Cochran, Anna

Biography

Anna Caroline Cochran was born on 13 October 1855 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 She died on 11 August 1898, at age 42, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2 She was buried on 14 August 1898 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.3
She graduated from in Granville, Granville, Licking County, Ohio.4 She was a teacher in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville.5 She graduated from in high school, McConnelsville, Ohio, on 27 June 1873. She read an essay "The Sun Shines"6,7 She visited friends in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, in July 1898.8 She was last seen at home the evening of in home, McConnelsville, on 10 August 1898.5,4 She was missing the next day, Thur., and the family searched for her. The river was searched on Friday. Her body was found several miles down the river on Saturday. on 13 August 1898.5
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1506] Morgan County Deaths, Death Records, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910655, Volume: 2, FHL Film 0910655, 28, Anna C. Cochran, 1898
  3. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Anna C. Cochran tombstone
  4. [S1525] McConnelsville Herald: Miss Anna Cochran's Body Found in the Muskingum Saturday, : McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 3 and 4
  5. [S1524] McConnelsville Herald: A Sad and Mysterious Disappearance, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 3
  6. [S1307] High School Commencement in McConnelsville, McConnelsville, Ohio high school commencement program, Anna C. Cochran
  7. [S1542] McConnelsville Herald: High School Commencement, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4
  8. [S2001] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Local News," 27 July 1898.

Hugh Macauley Cochran1

M, #3, b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

Family: Mary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)

DaughterMary Liza Cochran (b. 8 April 1854, d. 27 December 1943)
DaughterAnna Caroline Cochran (b. 13 October 1855, d. 11 August 1898)
DaughterElla Cochran+ (b. 20 September 1857, d. 29 November 1920)
DaughterFrances B. Cochran+ (b. 29 November 1859, d. 5 February 1945)
SonJohn Bozman Cochran (b. 20 October 1861, d. 3 February 1926)
SonMilton Adair Cochran+ (b. 31 May 1863, d. 23 March 1925)
SonHugh Macauley Cochran+ (b. 18 January 1866, d. 3 August 1939)
DaughterElizabeth V. Cochran (b. 13 February 1868, d. 1 February 1869)
SonWilliam Edward Cochran (b. 27 November 1869, d. 28 August 1964)
SonFrancis Wayland Cochran+ (b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964)
Cochran, HM 1860s

Biography

Hugh Macauley Cochran was born on 9 December 1825 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.2 He and Mary Royston Bozman were married on 16 February 1853 in Morgan County, Ohio.2,3 Hugh Macauley Cochran died on 16 September 1922, at age 96, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.4,5 He was buried on 19 September 1922 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.6,5
After his brother John's death, Hugh continued his brother's cigar manufacturing business.7 He was a tobacconist in 1850.8 He moved his tobacco business to larger quarters at the corner of Center and Vine Street.7 Hugh was town trustee in 1857 in McConnelsville. town trustee9 He was a tobacconist in 1860.10 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 11 June 1860 in McConnelsville with their children Mary, Anna, Ella, and Frances and Hugh's nephews John Lowrey Cochran and Charles Edwin Cochran.10 His cigar company was producing 500,000 pounds of product per year by. His cigar company was producing 500,000 pounds of product per year by 18627 He wrote a letter to A. Russel recommending a promotion to Lt. or Capt. for his brother Samuel on 2 January 1862.11 He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Morgan Township, Morgan County. He was a 37 year old tobacconist12 Hugh was treasurer of the Morgan County Bridge Company in 1866 in Morgan County, Ohio.13 He sold an interest in the cigar company which then became the Cochran Tobacco Company.7 Hugh was deeded part of lot 54 in McIntire Terrace by Frederick Helbig on 15 March 1868 in Muskingum County, Ohio.14 Hugh was deeded lot 11 in Putnam by Charles W. Potwin on 4 April 1868 in Muskingum County, Ohio.15 Hugh was deeded 5/8 acre in Putnam by Albert A. Guthrie and Amelia S. Guthrie on 11 April 1868 in Muskingum County, Ohio.16 Hugh was deeded part of lot 14 in Putnam by Carl Missner on 15 April 1868 in Muskingum County, Ohio.17 Hugh was deeded part of outlot fourteen in Putnam by James Caldwell on 20 April 1868 in Muskingum County, Ohio.18 Hugh and Mary deeded part of lot 54 McIntire Terrace in Zanesville and the right of way through a strip at the ends of several other lots to Samuel Thompson on 16 April 1869 in Morgan County, Ohio. The deed was signed in Morgan County, but recorded in Muskingum County19,20 Hugh and Mary was deeded outlot one second addition in McConnelsville by Samuel Thompson on 3 May 1869 in Morgan County, Ohio.21,20 He was a hardware merchant in 1870.22 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 18 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Mary Liza, Anna, Frances, Ella, John, Milton, Hugh, and William.22 In 1878 he again was sole owner of the cigar company which over the next few years averaged 600,000 pounds of plug per year.7 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 16 June 1880 in McConnelsville with their children Mary Liza, Anna, Frances, John, Milton, Hugh, William, and Francis.23 He managed a business in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, about 1883.7 He was employed by a tobacco manufactuer in 1888 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York.24 He resumed the manufacture of cigars under the original name of Cochran Bros in the corner of Center and Vine, McConnelsville, in 1892.7 He was a manufactuer of plug tobacco in 1900 in McConnelsville.25 He and his son Francis reoganized Cochran Brothers in McConnelsville on 1 January 1900. Each contributed $1,000 of capital26 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their son Francis.27 Hugh and Mary deeded part of outlot one second addition, where the grantors "now reside" to their son Francis on 5 December 1904 in McConnelsville.28 In 1908 Cochran Brothers produced 3,095,000 cigars and payed about $10,000 in tax7 He was listed as a cigar factory proprietor in 1910.29 Hugh appeared on the 1910 US Census in McConnelsville, Ohio, with his son Francis.29 He signed a will on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.30 He was a manufacturer of cigars in 1920 in McConnelsville.31
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Hugh M. Cochran and Mary R. Bozman, 16 February 1853, Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S1504] Morgan County Index to Deaths, Death Index, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910656, Volume 3, FHL Film 0910656, 72, Hugh McCauley Cochran, 1922
  5. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Hugh McCauley Cochran, file no. 43537
  6. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Hugh M. Cochran tombstone
  7. [S1747] Herald Souvenir, Morgan County, Ohio, Cochran Brothers Cigar Manufacturers
  8. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, John L. Cochran household, p. 186, dwelling 2718, family 2714
  9. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, p. 303
  10. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Hugh M. Cochran household, p. 302, dwelling 355, family 355; OHMorg601
  11. [S1451] Ohio Historical Society: Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General, 1861-1866, abstracts, www.ohiohistory.org/resource/database/civilwar.html, Abstract of letter H. M. Cochran to A. Russel, 2 Jan. 1882, Series 147-22: 237
  12. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, 15th Congressional District, Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio; p. 1, line 19, H. M. Cochran
  13. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, p. 144
  14. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 49: 512-513, Frederick Helbig to Hugh M. Cochran, 15 March 1868, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  15. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 49: 541-542, Charles W. Potwin to Hugh M. Cochran, 4 April 1868, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  16. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 49: 511-512, Albert A. Gutherie to Hugh M. Cochran, 11 April 1868, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  17. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 49: 514-515, Carl Missner to Hugh M. Cochran, 15 April 1868, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  18. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 49: 542-543, Jamaes Caldwell to Hugh M. Cochran, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  19. [S1953] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed records. Digital images, 51: 636-637, Hugh M. Cochran to Samuel Cochran, 16 April 1869, Muskingum County (www.muskingum.org)
  20. [S2024] Hugh Macauley Cochran, (MS, McConnelsville, Ohio, 1860s); privately held by Barbara Shroyer, p. pp. 14-16
  21. [S1954] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 16: 293-294, Samuel Thompson to H. M. Cochran; FHL microfilm 911096
  22. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Hugh M. Cochran household, p. 174B, dwelling 262, family 275; OHMorg701
  23. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED 142, p. 35, dwelling 243, family 271
  24. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran
  25. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, Hugh Cochran household, ED35, p. 118A, dwelling 59, family 61, taken by Francis W. Cochran
  26. [S2018] Hugh M. Cochran, "H. M. Cochran Ledger, 1900" (MS, McConnelsville, Ohio, 1900); privately held by Barbara Shroyer, .
  27. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, Hugh Cochran household, ED35, p. 118A, dwelling 59, family 61, taken by Francis W. Cochran; OHMorg001
  28. [S1311] Morgan County, Ohio Deed Records, Volume: vol. 55, p. 178
  29. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED49, sheet 5B, dwelling 127, family 146; OHMorg103
  30. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  31. [S1339] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T625, Francis W. Cochran household, ED78, p.7B, dwelling 150, family 217; OHMorg001

Mary Royston Bozman1

F, #4, b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907

Parents

FatherJohn Royston Bozman (b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890)
MotherEliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

Family: Hugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)

DaughterMary Liza Cochran (b. 8 April 1854, d. 27 December 1943)
DaughterAnna Caroline Cochran (b. 13 October 1855, d. 11 August 1898)
DaughterElla Cochran+ (b. 20 September 1857, d. 29 November 1920)
DaughterFrances B. Cochran+ (b. 29 November 1859, d. 5 February 1945)
SonJohn Bozman Cochran (b. 20 October 1861, d. 3 February 1926)
SonMilton Adair Cochran+ (b. 31 May 1863, d. 23 March 1925)
SonHugh Macauley Cochran+ (b. 18 January 1866, d. 3 August 1939)
DaughterElizabeth V. Cochran (b. 13 February 1868, d. 1 February 1869)
SonWilliam Edward Cochran (b. 27 November 1869, d. 28 August 1964)
SonFrancis Wayland Cochran+ (b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964)
Cochran, MaryR(Bozman)Oct1864

Biography

Mary Royston Bozman was born on 10 December 1834 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 She and Hugh Macauley Cochran were married on 16 February 1853 in Morgan County, Ohio.2,3 Mary Royston Bozman died on 27 April 1907, at age 72, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.4 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.5
Mary Royston Bozman was Baptist and a member of the McConnelsville Baptist Church.6 Mary was recorded on the 1850 US Census in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of John Royston Bozman .7 She recieved $43.05 from the estate of her grandfather Wilkes Bozman on 14 April 1856.8 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 11 June 1860 in McConnelsville with their children Mary, Anna, Ella, and Frances and Hugh's nephews John Lowrey Cochran and Charles Edwin Cochran.9 Hugh and Mary deeded part of lot 54 McIntire Terrace in Zanesville and the right of way through a strip at the ends of several other lots to Samuel Thompson on 16 April 1869 in Morgan County, Ohio. The deed was signed in Morgan County, but recorded in Muskingum County10,11 Hugh and Mary was deeded outlot one second addition in McConnelsville by Samuel Thompson on 3 May 1869 in Morgan County, Ohio.12,11 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 18 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Mary Liza, Anna, Frances, Ella, John, Milton, Hugh, and William.13 Mary was named as an heir in the will of John Royston Bozman on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.14 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 16 June 1880 in McConnelsville with their children Mary Liza, Anna, Frances, John, Milton, Hugh, William, and Francis.15 Mary was the grantee in a quit claim deed to her residence, lot1 second addition to McConnelsville, granted on 7 April 1890 in Morgan County, Ohio. by Cleason and Emma Bozman, Anna and Samuel Koons, Isabella Bozman, Elizabeth Bozman, and Margaret Oliver. Mary's brother Wilkes Edward was out of state and did not sign. Her brother Cleason signed a note which was attached to the deed stating he "would guarantee and protect her title against any or all claims or heirs of creditors of W. E. Bozman."16 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their son Francis.17 Hugh and Mary deeded part of outlot one second addition, where the grantors "now reside" to their son Francis on 5 December 1904 in McConnelsville.18
Last Edited8 September 2017

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Hugh M. Cochran and Mary R. Bozman, 16 February 1853, Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S1597] Morgan County Chapter OGS, Death Records Morgan County Ohio 1897-1908, p. 61 Mary R. Cochran d. 27 April 1907 b. & d. McConnelsville
  5. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Mary R. Cochran tombstone
  6. [S1345] Steer, Linda, Bozman Morgan and Muskingum Co. Ohio, mail list, Bozman obits and data, Bozman-L, Url: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/BOZMAN, transcription of Mrs. Hugh M. Cochran's obituary
  7. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John R. Bozman household, p. 252, dwelling 367, family 374; OHMorg502
  8. [S2356] Ohio. Morgan County, Estate Case Files, Box 68A, Wilkes Bozman estae file; FHL microfilm, item receipt from M.R. Cochran
  9. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Hugh M. Cochran household, p. 302, dwelling 355, family 355; OHMorg601
  10. [S1953] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed records. Digital images, 51: 636-637, Hugh M. Cochran to Samuel Cochran, 16 April 1869, Muskingum County (www.muskingum.org)
  11. [S2024] Hugh Macauley Cochran, (MS, McConnelsville, Ohio, 1860s); privately held by Barbara Shroyer, p. pp. 14-16
  12. [S1954] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 16: 293-294, Samuel Thompson to H. M. Cochran; FHL microfilm 911096
  13. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Hugh M. Cochran household, p. 174B, dwelling 262, family 275; OHMorg701
  14. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  15. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED 142, p. 35, dwelling 243, family 271
  16. [S1952] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed records, 37: 68, quit claim to Mary Royston Bozman; FHL microfilm 2293728
  17. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, Hugh Cochran household, ED35, p. 118A, dwelling 59, family 61, taken by Francis W. Cochran; OHMorg001
  18. [S1311] Morgan County, Ohio Deed Records, Volume: vol. 55, p. 178

Jean Frances Cochran

F, #5, b. 29 May 1917, d. 9 June 1998

Parents

FatherFrancis Wayland Cochran (b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964)
MotherMaude C. Brent (b. 12 August 1876, d. 24 October 1948)
Cochran, Jean

Biography

Jean Frances Cochran was born on 29 May 1917 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 She died on 9 June 1998, at age 81, in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.2 She was buried on 16 June 1998 in Epworth Methodist Church (Phoenix), Maricopa County, Arizona.3
She was She taught in Zanesville until 1946.4 She was in charge of her school's schoolboy patrol from about 1940 in Zanesville until 1946.5 She McConnelsville Grade School beginning in McConnelsville 1923.6,7 She graduated from in Malta-McConnelsville High School (McConnelsville) in 1935.8 She graduated from in Wittenburg College (Springfield), Ohio, in 1938. with an associate degree in education9 She was an elementary supply teacher for the 1938 to 39 school year beginning in September 1938 in Zanesville.10 She was a teacher in 1940 in Zanesville.11 She attended her brother's engagement party with her mother and sister in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, on 20 July 1940.12 She was a bridemaid in her brother's wedding in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, on 7 September 1940.13 She was secretary of the schoolboy patrol council it's first year in Zanesville in October 1940.5 Jean was president of Study Club, in 1945, in McConnelsville.14 Jean was re-elected president of the Study Club, on 11 May 1945, in McConnelsvile.15 She was a kindergarten teacher in her own private kindergarten in McConnelsville from about to 1946.4,3 She wrote a letter on the Zanesville school boy patrol in Zanesville in 1947.5 She was a teacher at McConnelsville Grade School for 26 years beginning in 1948 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.4,16,17,18 She was a Senior Girl Scout Leader in McConnelsville in 1953.19 Jean was granted property by Francis Wayland Cochran in 1953 in McConneslville.20 She retired from Morgan Local School District in May 1974.21 She moved to Arizona June 1975.3
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1313] Birth certificate, Jean Cochran
  2. [S1324] Arizona Department of Health Services, Death certificate, Jean Francis Cochran
  3. [S1405] Shroyer, Barbara, Int Shroyer, Barbara
  4. [S55] Cochran, Jean tax returns
  5. [S1993] Ohio. Zanesville, Times Recorder, "Patrol Fund Reaches $882 ," 16 February 1947.
  6. [S1713] Jean Cochran, series of informal interviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer
  7. [S1422] Beatrice Cochran Shroyer, series of informal interviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer
  8. [S590] Editor: McConnelsville High School 1957 yearbook staff, The Unonion 1957: Alumni List, Jean Cochran
  9. [S465] The Wittenberger 1938, Jean Cochran
  10. [S1690] Zanesville Signal: City School Board Assigns Teachers For Coming Year, Zanesville, Ohio, p. 8
  11. [S951] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film T627, Zanesville, ED 60-54, sheet 62B, household 78, Sheffel A. Herzer household
  12. [S1971] Ohio. Zanesville, Sunday Times Signal, "Announce Betrothal of Elizabeth Smith to C. B. Cochran," 23 July 1940; digital images.
  13. [S1973] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Miss Elizabeth Smith Weds C. B. Cochran in West Virginia," 10 September 1940; digital images.
  14. [S2026] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Study Club Meets," 17 April 1945; digital images.
  15. [S2027] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Study Club Meets," 14 May 1945; digital images.
  16. [S1695] Zanesville Signal: M. and M. Schools To Open Tuesday, Zanesville, Ohio
  17. [S1697] Zanesville Signal: M. and M. Faculty, Zanesville, Ohio
  18. [S1698] Zanesville Signal: Faculty Assignments Are Announced For Morgan Co., Zanesville, Ohio
  19. [S2034] Ohio. Zanesville, Times Recorder, "Scouts Plan For Meeting Tuesday ," 29 December 1953; digital images.
  20. [S2023] Ohio. Zanesville, Times Recorder, "Deed Recorded," 20 May 1953; digital images.
  21. [S1405] Shroyer, Barbara, Int Shroyer, Barbara, Shroyer, niece of Jean Cochran, was present on the day she retired

Beatrice Royston Cochran

F, #6, b. 27 June 1915, d. 10 December 1999

Parents

FatherFrancis Wayland Cochran (b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964)
MotherMaude C. Brent (b. 12 August 1876, d. 24 October 1948)
Shroyer, Bea

Biography

Beatrice Royston Cochran was born on 27 June 1915 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 She and Emery Stacy Shroyer were married on 2 August 1941 in the Cochran family home, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2,3,4 Beatrice Royston Cochran died on 10 December 1999, at age 84, in Peoria, Maricopa County, Arizona.5 She was buried in Mountain View Memorial Gardens (Mesa), Maricopa County, Arizona.6
She was a Republican7,8 She graduated from in McConnelsville School, McConnelsville, on 17 May 1929.9 She graduated from in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, in 1933.2,10 She graduated from in Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, on 13 June 1938.2,11 She was a summer teacher at Sleighton Farm from about July to September 1938 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.12 She was employed between 1939 and 1942 in Ohio State Highway Department, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. She was a typist2,13 Beatrice appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded in April 1940 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.13 She attended her brother's engagement party with her mother and sister in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, on 20 July 1940.14 She was a bridemaid in her brother's wedding in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, on 7 September 1940.15 She was a 5th grade teacher between 1955 and 1968 in Summit County, Ohio.16,17 She retired from teaching in May 1968.17 She began traveling in an Airstream travel trailer. in August 1968.18 She traveled by Airstream caravan to attend the summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, in October 1968.18 After several years, they moved to Arizona. They lived near Apache Junction and spent summers near Show Low.17 She and Emery Stacy Shroyer resided in Show Low, Navajo County, Arizona, between 1976 and 1989 They had a summer residence in their Airstream travel trailer at Ponderosa Shadows.17,19,20 She lived at the park near Apache Junction from to 1981.7,8 Beatrice Royston Cochran and Emery Stacy Shroyer resided in near Apache Junction, Arizona, between 1981 and 1989 at N. 113 Way #43 which was in an Airstream park.17 She moved to Thunderbird Retirement Resort to Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, in 1 August 1997.17
Last Edited5 February 2018

Citations

  1. [S1312] Certified copy of birth record, Birth certificate, Beatrice Royston Cochran, v. 4 p. 38
  2. [S1422] Beatrice Cochran Shroyer, series of informal interviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer
  3. [S1610] Shroyer, Emery, series of iinterviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, record of information:notes
  4. [S20] Morgan County Herald: Miss Beatrice Cochran Becomes Bride of Mr. Emory S. Shroyer, McConnelsville, Ohio
  5. [S1325] Arizona Department of Health Services, Death certificate, Beatrice Cochran Shroyer
  6. [S1503] Mountain View Memorial Gardens Certificate of Ownership, Cemetery Lot Ownership, Emery and Beatrice Shroyer, 5601
  7. [S2035] Beatrice Cochran Shroyer papers. Privately held by Barbara Shroyer, Voter registration card, 1982
  8. [S2036] Personal knowledge of Barbara Shroyer.
  9. [S54] Grade school diploma, Malta McConnelsville Public Schools, Cochran, Beatrice
  10. [S590] Editor: McConnelsville High School 1957 yearbook staff, The Unonion 1957: Alumni List
  11. [S324] The Times Recorder: Ohio Wesleyan Commencement on Monday Morning, Zanesville, Ohio, p. 2
  12. [S1692] Zanesville Signal: Week-End Trip, Zanesville, Ohio, p. 9
  13. [S952] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Franklin County, population schedule, Film T627, Columbus, ED 93-133, sheet 86A, p. 1687, line 11; Beatrice Royston Cochran entry
  14. [S1971] Ohio. Zanesville, Sunday Times Signal, "Announce Betrothal of Elizabeth Smith to C. B. Cochran," 23 July 1940; digital images.
  15. [S1973] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Miss Elizabeth Smith Weds C. B. Cochran in West Virginia," 10 September 1940; digital images.
  16. [S1361] State of Ohio Department of Education Permanent Elementary Certificate, Shroyer, Beatrice C., File Number: PB8149
  17. [S1405] Shroyer, Barbara, Int Shroyer, Barbara
  18. [S1815] Shroyer, Emery and Beatrice, Ledger of Travel Expenses, Present Owner: Barbara Shroyer, Location: U.S. and Mexico, Second Location: Peoria, Arizona
  19. [S1974] Ponderosa Shadows membership record paper. 30 March 1976. Privately held by Barbara Shroyer.
  20. [S2275] Ponderosa Shadows Inc, accessed 1 Dec 2016), Ponderosa Shadows Park History 1976-1979, compiler Annette Seedorf

Charles Brent Cochran

M, #7, b. 1 September 1913, d. 19 May 2004

Parents

FatherFrancis Wayland Cochran (b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964)
MotherMaude C. Brent (b. 12 August 1876, d. 24 October 1948)

Family:

SonChristopher Brent Cochran (b. 22 March 1947, d. 5 August 2009)
Cochran, CharlesBrent1

Biography

Charles Brent Cochran was born on 1 September 1913 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 He was engaged in July 1940. He was married on 7 September 1940 in First Presbyterian Church, Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.2 He died on 19 May 2004, at age 90, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.3
Charles Brent Cochran was also known as Brent Cochran. Charles was was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity at Ohio State University, in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.4 He was married and had two children ... He was married and had two children He graduated from in Ohio State University, Columbus, in 1935. with a degree in engineering He was employed by Westvaco Chlorine Products in 1935 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.5 He was head of the instrument department at Westvaco Chlorine Products in 1940 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.4 He was a chemical engineer in 1940.6 Charles appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 2 April 1940 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, He shared a house with three other young men.6
Last Edited12 April 2018

Citations

  1. [S1531] Weekly Herald: Postmaster Brent is Grandpa, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 4 col. 4
  2. [S1973] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesville Signal, "Miss Elizabeth Smith Weds C. B. Cochran in West Virginia," 10 September 1940; digital images.
  3. [S1925] Charles Brent Cochran, www.post-gazette.com/pg/04142/319666.stm
  4. [S1660] Zanesville Signal: Miss Elizabeth Smith Weds C. B. Cochran in West Virginia, Zanesville, Ohio
  5. [S2037] West Virginia. Charleston, Charleston Daily Mail, 8 September 1940, p. p. 4; digital images.
  6. [S956] 1940 U.S. census, West Virginia, Kanawha County, population schedule, Film T627, Charleston, ED 20-39, sheet 1B, household 21, line 80, Charles B. Cochrane entry

John Lowrey Cochran1

M, #8, b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868

Parents

FatherJames Cochran (b. about 1747, d. July 1818)
MotherMargaret Lowry (d. about 1832)

Family: Mary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

SonJames Cochran (b. 6 October 1811)
SonWyatt Campbell Cochran+ (b. 10 July 1813, d. 12 July 1891)
SonDavid B. Cochran (b. 21 March 1815, d. 30 September 1865)
SonJohn Lowrey Cochran+ (b. 26 February 1817, d. June 1850)
SonWilliam Cochran (b. 29 June 1819)
SonRobert Loyal Cochran+ (b. 25 May 1821, d. 9 November 1905)
SonSamuel Wallace Cochran+ (b. 27 August 1823, d. 27 February 1901)
SonHugh Macauley Cochran+ (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
DaughterCaroline Amanda Cochran+ (b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873)
SonMilton Adair Cochran (b. 3 October 1830, d. 6 September 1853)
SonIsaac Brownlee Cochran+ (b. 18 April 1833)
Cochran, JohnL

Biography

John Lowrey Cochran was born on 5 November 1779 in Pennsylvania.2,3 He and Mary Catherine Bricker were married on 20 January 1811 in Muskingum County, Ohio.4 John Lowrey Cochran died in April 1868, at age 88, in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.5,1
He was a carpenter and "on wet days and of evenings he would make cigars".6 He lived in 1806 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.7,6 He and his father paid in full John's 27 April 1804 articles of agreement with Mathias Mounts in Washington County, Pennsylvania, on 14 April 1806. John transferred property to James Cochran on 17 April 1806 in Washington County, Pennsylvania. He lived with Gen. Green in 1807 in Marietta Road, Muskingum County, Ohio.6 John was deeded lot 5 in an addition of Zanesville on 29 May 1812 in Muskingum County, Ohio. lot 5 in an addition of Zanesville8 He and his brother James were the builders of the first market house in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, in 1814. James was the main builder. "The First market house was a frame structure, thirty-five feet on Market street, and running back forty-three feet. It was built on squares post with the upper part weather-boarded. The building alone, without hooks or benches, cost the handsome sum of $150. It was built by James Cochran, a brother of John Cochran, divided into six stalls, three on each side."6,9 He was Zanesville's first Market Master receiving $150 a year in 1814 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.6 John was elected the first marshall in 1814 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.10 John and Mary deeded lot 5 of the twenty-first square of Zanesville to James Reeves on 18 July 1814 in Muskingum County, Ohio.11 He was in the tobacco business in 1817 in Mud Hollow on Main Street between Sixth Street and Sewer Alley, Zanesville.6 John was head of household on the 1820 US Census taken in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of 4 males under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 45 & up, and 1 female 45 and up. One person was engaged in manufacture.12 John was deeded McConnelsville Lot number thirty-four by Robert McConne on 2 May 1820 in Morgan County, Ohio.13 John was deeded a 5 25/100 acre lot in Zanesville by E. Buckinghm junior Turstee of David J. Marple on 1 July 1824 in Muskingum County, Ohio.14 John was on the in 1826 tax list in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.15 John and Mary deeded McConnelsville Lot thirty-four to Luther Barker on 19 June 1827 in Morgan County, Ohio.16 John was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of 1 male under 5, 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 50-60, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 30-40.17 John deeded lots one and two in the John L. Cochran Addition to Zanesville to Albert Cole with a mortgage dated on 23 November 1830 in Muskingum County, Ohio. John signed a mortgage release 24 September 183318 John and Mary deeded lot number four in John Cochran's East Addition Zanesville to Jacob Stack on 1 June 1831 in Muskingum County, Ohio.19 John was deeded 83 acres by his brother Samuel Cochran on 4 March 1833 in Morgan County, Ohio. This was the 83 acres that Samuel bought from Hammond in 1831. Samuel was described as "of Denneggall Township in the County of Washington and Sate of Pennsylvania' and John "of the town of Zanesville in the State of Ohio".20 John and Mary deeded lot number ten and part of lot number eleven in Cochran's Addition in Zanesville to Francis Sawslaugher on 10 October 1833 in Muskingum County, Ohio.21 John and Mary deeded lot three in Cochran's Addition to Simeon Shirtiff on 19 November 1833 in Muskingum County, Ohio.22 John was on the in 1834 tax list in Meigsville Township, Morgan County, Ohio. He owned 85 acres, two horses, and one cow23 John and Mary deeded property to Warren Timberlake on 26 January 1834 in Morgan County, Ohio. On 31 January they made a mortgage agreement with the full price due to John by 1838. On 23 April 1838 mortgage was recorded as paid in full24,25 John and William Wallace signed an agreement for John to join the east wall of Wallace's store on 25 August 1834 in Muskingum County, Ohio. and William Wallace signed an agreement for John to join the east wall of Wallace's store26 John was on the in 1836 tax list in Meigsville Township, Morgan County, Ohio.27 John and Mary were deeded twenty-five acres by John Marshall junior on 9 January 1836 in Muskingum County, Ohio.28 John was deeded lot three in Zanesville square 22 by John A. Turner with Turner holding the mortgage on 15 February 1836 in Muskingum County, Ohio.29,30 John and Mary deeded lot 12 in Cochran's South division of outlot number 2 to David Cochran on 8 June 1836 in Muskingum County, Ohio.31 John obtained a mortgage release on on lot 3 on 2 November 1839 in Muskingum County, Ohio. with Turner holding the mortgage. Turner signed a mortgage release on32 John was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of 2 males 5-10, 2 males 15-20, 1 male 50-60, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 40-50.33 John and Mary deeded parts of lots and 8 in John L. Cochran's Addition to Zanesville to Robert L. Cochran on 5 July 1845 in Muskingum County, Ohio.34 John and Mary deeded lot 11 in John Cochran's Additon to Zanesville to Samuel W. Cochran on 22 June 1847 in Muskingum County, Ohio.35 John and Mary deeded property north of th National Road in John L. Cochran.s Addition to Robert L. Cochran on 4 February 1848 in Muskingum County, Ohio.36 John and Mary appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their chldren Hugh, Caroline, and Milton and Mary Catherine's mother Susanna.37 He lived 5th between river and south in 1850 in Zanesville.38 He was a tobacconist in 1850.37 He lived at e s Fifth between South and Canal in 1856 in Zanesville.39 John and Mary deeded outlot eleven, Cochran's Second Addition, Zanesville to Isaac Brownlee Cochran on 15 August 1856 in Muskingum County, Ohio. It bordered on David B. Cochran's property40 He lived at 117 S. 5th in 1860 in Zanesville. Robert Cochran resided at the same address41 John and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded in 1860 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their daughter Caroline and her children Milton and Susan, and John's brother Robert,.42 He has conflicting death information of 3 April 1868 and Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. His death was reported twice with the dates differing by three days43
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S273] Morgan County Herald: Hugh M. Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio
  3. [S1470] Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owner James Cochran
  4. [S174] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 1, Film Number: 0865142, 34, John Cohran and Catharine Breeker, 1811
  5. [S142] Muskingum County, Ohio Death Records, Death Records, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film Series 910154-910155, Volume 1, FHL Film 910154, 58, #11, Cochran sr., 89 year old male, reported by Dr. Holstine. Recorded 8 July 1868
  6. [S1425] E. H. C, The Zanesville Daily Currier, Zanesville, Ohio, Early History of Zanesville: John L. Cochran, : p. 1, col. 1, 2, 3
  7. [S1675] Everhart, J. F, History of Muskingum County, Ohio with illustrations and biographical sketches of prominent men and pioneers, Location: Family History Libary [FHL], Salt Lake City UT, Author's Role: editor, Film Number: microfilm no. FHL962323, p. 60
  8. [S2164] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records. Digital images, c: 436-437, Wyllys Silliman to John Cochran , 29 May 1812, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed July 2011)
  9. [S1981] Ohio. Zanesville, Zanesille Courier, E.H.C., "Series: Early History of Zanesville: Market House," 5 March 1878, p. p. 2, col. 1; digital images.
  10. [S1424] E. H. C, The Early History of Zanesville (2 Feb. 1878), William Craig and Elijah Ross, email address
  11. [S2163] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Books. Digital images, D: 407-408, John L. Cochran to James Reeves , 18 July 1814, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches  (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed July 2011)
  12. [S1181] 1820 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M33, roll 92, John L. Cochran household, p. 98; OHMusk201
  13. [S2165] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed Books, A: (no page number), Robert McConnel to John L. Cochran, 2 May 1820; FHL microfilm 862538
  14. [S2159] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records. Digital images, H: 98-99, E. Buckingham jr. Trustee of David J. Marple to John L. Cochran, 1 July 1824, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed July 2011)
  15. [S2039] Morgan, Ohio, Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 975-984 1820-1829, Tax Book, 1826, p. vol. 981, lot 34, entry for John L. Cochran; FHL microfilm 514169.
  16. [S2161] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed Books, A: 438-439, John L. and Mary Catherine Cochran to Luther Barker, 19 June 1827; FHL microfilm 862,538
  17. [S1190] 1830 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, John L. Cochran household, p. 285; OHMusk301
  18. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, L: 286-287, Albert Cole to John L. Cochran, 23 November 1830, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html)
  19. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, M: 41-42, John L. Cochran to Jacob Stack, 1 June 1831, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  20. [S772] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records Vol. D, Film Series: 0911074-0911100, FHL microfilm 0911075, D:710, Samuel Cochran to John Cochran, 4 March 1833
  21. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, Z: 385-386, John L. Cochran to Francis Sawslaugher, 10 October 1833, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html)
  22. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, P: 78, John L. Cochran to Simeon Shirtiff, 19 November 1833, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  23. [S2040] Morgan County, Ohio, Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 985-989 1830-34, Tax Book, 1834, p. Meigsville Twp., vol. 989, entry for John L. Cochran; FHL microfilm 514170.
  24. [S240] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records F:12, John L. and Mary Catherine Cochran to Warren Timberlake, Film Number: 091076
  25. [S402] Morgan County, Ohio deeds E:221, Mort Timberlake to John L. and Mary B. Cochran, indenture mortgage. 26 January 1834, FHL microfilm 091076
  26. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, P: 314, agreement between William Wallace and John L. Cochran, 25 August 1834, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  27. [S2041] Morgan County, Ohio, Morgan Co. Tax Records 1830-34, Tax Book, 1836, p. Meigsville Twp., Vol. 991, entry for John L. Cochran; FHL microfilm 514171.
  28. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, R: 207-208, John L. Cochran to John Marshall jr., 9 January 1836, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html)
  29. [S859] Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches, Deed records, digital images, Muskingum County, Ohio Deeds Q:551-552, John L Cochran to John A. Turner, http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html, accessed July 2011, Mortgage deed dated 17 February 1836 for property sold by John Turner to John L. Cochran
  30. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, Q: 494-495, John A. Turner to John L. Cochran, 15 February 1834, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  31. [S1935] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records 1:207-207-208 John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to David Cochran. Digital images, Muskingum County (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/moreonline.html)
  32. [S859] Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches, Deed records, digital images, Muskingum County, Ohio Deeds Q:551-552, John L Cochran to John A. Turner, http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html, accessed July 2011, This was a mortgage dated 17 February 1836 and held by John A. Turner on the property sold to John L. Cochran two days earlier.
  33. [S1201] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum Co, population schedule, Film M704, roll 418, Jnl. L. Cochran household; OHMorg401
  34. [S1937] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records. Digital images, 13: 198-199, John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to Robert L. Cochran, 5 July 1845, Muskingum County (http://www.muskingumcounty.org : accessed Jul 2010)
  35. [S1939] Ohio. Muskingum, Deed Records. Digital images, 11: 44-45, John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to Samuel Cochran, Muskingum County (www.muskingum.org)
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  37. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, John L. Cochran household, p. 186, dwelling 2718, family 2714; OHMusk501
  38. [S1372] The Zanesville Business Directory and City Guide 1851, Film Number: 6044678, J. L. Cochran entry p. 76
  39. [S2043] Williams, C. S, Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1856-857: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, pp. 35-36.
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  41. [S1373] Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1860-61: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, Location: FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6044680, John L. Cochran entry p. 51
  42. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, John L. Cochran household, p. 175, dwelling 654, family 654; OHMusk601
  43. [S142] Muskingum County, Ohio Death Records, Death Records, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film Series 910154-910155, Volume 1, FHL Film 910154, 58, #11, Cochran sr., 89 year old male, reported by Dr. Holstine. and Cochran sr., p. 58, #11, 89 year old male, reported by Dr. Holstine. recorded 8 July 1868; John L. Cochran, p. 58, #20, age 89, reported by A. Fluke, recorded 31 Aug 1868

Mary Catherine Bricker1,2

F, #9, b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873

Parents

FatherDavid Bricker (d. 1795)
MotherSusanna Elisabetha Straw (b. 25 September 1771)

Family: John Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)

SonJames Cochran (b. 6 October 1811)
SonWyatt Campbell Cochran+ (b. 10 July 1813, d. 12 July 1891)
SonDavid B. Cochran (b. 21 March 1815, d. 30 September 1865)
SonJohn Lowrey Cochran+ (b. 26 February 1817, d. June 1850)
SonWilliam Cochran (b. 29 June 1819)
SonRobert Loyal Cochran+ (b. 25 May 1821, d. 9 November 1905)
SonSamuel Wallace Cochran+ (b. 27 August 1823, d. 27 February 1901)
SonHugh Macauley Cochran+ (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
DaughterCaroline Amanda Cochran+ (b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873)
SonMilton Adair Cochran (b. 3 October 1830, d. 6 September 1853)
SonIsaac Brownlee Cochran+ (b. 18 April 1833)
Bricker, MaryC

Biography

Mary Catherine Bricker was born on 24 June 1792 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.3,4,5,6 She and John Lowrey Cochran were married on 20 January 1811 in Muskingum County, Ohio.7 Mary Catherine Bricker died on 21 May 1873, at age 80, in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.8
She was baptized on 21 September 1792 in Zion Union Church, South Huntington Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. with Johannes and A. Christina Schneider as sponsers6 She was educated in a log school taught by Samuel Herrick in Market Street, Zanesville, Ohio, 1806.9 John and Mary deeded lot 5 of the twenty-first square of Zanesville to James Reeves on 18 July 1814 in Muskingum County, Ohio.10 John and Mary deeded McConnelsville Lot thirty-four to Luther Barker on 19 June 1827 in Morgan County, Ohio.11 John and Mary deeded lot number four in John Cochran's East Addition Zanesville to Jacob Stack on 1 June 1831 in Muskingum County, Ohio.12 John and Mary deeded lot number ten and part of lot number eleven in Cochran's Addition in Zanesville to Francis Sawslaugher on 10 October 1833 in Muskingum County, Ohio.13 John and Mary deeded lot three in Cochran's Addition to Simeon Shirtiff on 19 November 1833 in Muskingum County, Ohio.14 John and Mary deeded property to Warren Timberlake on 26 January 1834 in Morgan County, Ohio. On 31 January they made a mortgage agreement with the full price due to John by 1838. On 23 April 1838 mortgage was recorded as paid in full15,16 John and Mary were deeded twenty-five acres by John Marshall junior on 9 January 1836 in Muskingum County, Ohio.17 John and Mary deeded lot 12 in Cochran's South division of outlot number 2 to David Cochran on 8 June 1836 in Muskingum County, Ohio.18 John and Mary deeded parts of lots and 8 in John L. Cochran's Addition to Zanesville to Robert L. Cochran on 5 July 1845 in Muskingum County, Ohio.19 John and Mary deeded lot 11 in John Cochran's Additon to Zanesville to Samuel W. Cochran on 22 June 1847 in Muskingum County, Ohio.20 John and Mary deeded property north of th National Road in John L. Cochran.s Addition to Robert L. Cochran on 4 February 1848 in Muskingum County, Ohio.21 John and Mary appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their chldren Hugh, Caroline, and Milton and Mary Catherine's mother Susanna.22 John and Mary deeded outlot eleven, Cochran's Second Addition, Zanesville to Isaac Brownlee Cochran on 15 August 1856 in Muskingum County, Ohio. It bordered on David B. Cochran's property23 John and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded in 1860 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their daughter Caroline and her children Milton and Susan, and John's brother Robert,.24
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran
  3. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran, date
  4. [S142] Muskingum County, Ohio Death Records, Death Records, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film Series 910154-910155, Volume 1, FHL Film 910154
  5. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran, place of birth only
  6. [S1899] Ruff, Peter Miller, The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, Volume Data: 3, Volume: 2, Bricker, Mary Catherine p. 152 # 19
  7. [S174] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 1, Film Number: 0865142, 34, John Cohran and Catharine Breeker, 1811
  8. [S142] Muskingum County, Ohio Death Records, Death Records, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film Series 910154-910155, Volume 1, FHL Film 910154, 68, Mary C. Cochran, 1873
  9. [S1423] E. H. C, The Early History of Zanesville (29 Dec. 1877), Gen. Samuel Herrick, email address
  10. [S2163] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Books. Digital images, D: 407-408, John L. Cochran to James Reeves , 18 July 1814, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches  (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed July 2011)
  11. [S2161] Ohio. Morgan County, Deed Books, A: 438-439, John L. and Mary Catherine Cochran to Luther Barker, 19 June 1827; FHL microfilm 862,538
  12. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, M: 41-42, John L. Cochran to Jacob Stack, 1 June 1831, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  13. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, Z: 385-386, John L. Cochran to Francis Sawslaugher, 10 October 1833, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html)
  14. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, P: 78, John L. Cochran to Simeon Shirtiff, 19 November 1833, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  15. [S240] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records F:12, John L. and Mary Catherine Cochran to Warren Timberlake, Film Number: 091076
  16. [S402] Morgan County, Ohio deeds E:221, Mort Timberlake to John L. and Mary B. Cochran, indenture mortgage. 26 January 1834, FHL microfilm 091076
  17. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, R: 207-208, John L. Cochran to John Marshall jr., 9 January 1836, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html)
  18. [S1935] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records 1:207-207-208 John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to David Cochran. Digital images, Muskingum County (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/moreonline.html)
  19. [S1937] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records. Digital images, 13: 198-199, John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to Robert L. Cochran, 5 July 1845, Muskingum County (http://www.muskingumcounty.org : accessed Jul 2010)
  20. [S1939] Ohio. Muskingum, Deed Records. Digital images, 11: 44-45, John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to Samuel Cochran, Muskingum County (www.muskingum.org)
  21. [S1940] Ohio. Muskingum, Deed Records. Digital images, 13: 199-200, John L. and Mary Catharine Cochran to Robert L. Cochran, 4 February 1848, Muskingum.org (www.muskingum.org : accessed Jul 2010)
  22. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, John L. Cochran household, p. 186, dwelling 2718, family 2714; OHMusk501
  23. [S838] Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches, Deed records, digital images, Muskingum County, Ohio Deeds 34:40, John L. Cochran to Isaac B. Cochran, http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.htmlm accessed July 2011.
  24. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, John L. Cochran household, p. 175, dwelling 654, family 654; OHMusk601

James Cochran1

M, #10, b. about 1747, d. July 1818

Family: Margaret Lowry (d. about 1832)

SonJohn Lowrey Cochran+ (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
SonRobert S. Cochran (b. 11 August 1782, d. 19 September 1873)
DaughterElisabeth Cochran+ (b. 1784, d. September 1854)
SonJames Cochran+ (b. 7 July 1787, d. 13 October 1825)
DaughterJean Cochran (b. 1789)
SonWilliam Cochran (b. 23 May 1793)
SonSamuel Cochran+ (b. 23 February 1795, d. 8 March 1856)
SonHugh Cochran+ (b. 17 March 1797, d. 22 July 1863)
SonIsaac Cochran (b. 1799, d. July 1825)
Bible Scotch children listed

Biography

James Cochran was born about 1747 in Scotland.2 He and Margaret Lowry were married.3 James Cochran died in July 1818.
James and John Cochran paid in full John's obligation on articles of agreement between Mathias Mounts and John on 14 April 1806 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.4 James was transferred title to property by John Cochran on 17 April 1806.4 James was head of household on the 1810 US Census taken in Donegal Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. The household consisted of one male under 10, two males 10 to 16, three males 16 to 25, one male 45 or older, two females 16 to 25, and one female 45 or older.5 He had an estate probated in 1818 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.6
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1470] Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owner James Cochran
  2. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran
  3. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  4. [S717] Washington County, Pennsylvania deeds D:20, Mathias Mounts to John Cochran articles of agreement, pd. and transfer of rights John Cochran to James Cochran sr, 17 April 1806, FHL microfilm 862538, Mathias Mounts to John Cochran, v. 20, 1U, pp368-9
  5. [S288] 1810 U.S. census, Pennsylvania, Washington County, population schedule, Film M252 roll 57, Donegal Township, p. 104, James Cochran household; PAWash101
  6. [S287] Washington County, Pennsylvania probate files, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Files C 1827-1834, microfilm 1683362, C13-1832 James Cochran

Margaret Lowry1,2,3

F, #11, d. about 1832

Family: James Cochran (b. about 1747, d. July 1818)

SonJohn Lowrey Cochran+ (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
SonRobert S. Cochran (b. 11 August 1782, d. 19 September 1873)
DaughterElisabeth Cochran+ (b. 1784, d. September 1854)
SonJames Cochran+ (b. 7 July 1787, d. 13 October 1825)
DaughterJean Cochran (b. 1789)
SonWilliam Cochran (b. 23 May 1793)
SonSamuel Cochran+ (b. 23 February 1795, d. 8 March 1856)
SonHugh Cochran+ (b. 17 March 1797, d. 22 July 1863)
SonIsaac Cochran (b. 1799, d. July 1825)

Biography

Margaret Lowry and James Cochran were married.1 Margaret Lowry died about 1832.4,5
Margaret was head of household on the 1820 US Census taken in Donegal Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. three males 16 to 25, one female 16 to 26, and one female 45 or older6
Last Edited5 July 2014

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S273] Morgan County Herald: Hugh M. Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio
  3. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran, source of surname
  4. [S287] Washington County, Pennsylvania probate files, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Files C 1827-1834, microfilm 1683362, C13-1832 James Cochran
  5. [S1470] Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owner James Cochran, Margaret Cochran d. 1832
  6. [S286] 1820 Census PA Washington, U.S. census, Pennsylvania, Washington County, population schedule, Film M 33 roll 113, Mrs. Cochran household, p. 515; PAWash201

Mary Liza Cochran1

F, #12, b. 8 April 1854, d. 27 December 1943

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
Cochran, MaryL Feb1866

Biography

Mary Liza Cochran was born on 8 April 1854 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 She died on 27 December 1943, at age 89, in Athens County, Ohio.2,3 She was buried on 29 December 1943 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.2,3
She graduated from in high school, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, on 27 June 1873. She read an essay "The World Moves"4 Mary appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 6 June 1900 in Athens, Athens County, Ohio.5 Mary was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.6 Mary appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded in 1920 in Athens Township, Athens County, Ohio.7
Last Edited5 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1687] Zanesville Signal: Funeral Services Today, Zanesville, Ohio
  3. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Mary L. Cochran, file no. 73180
  4. [S1307] High School Commencement in McConnelsville, McConnelsville, Ohio high school commencement program
  5. [S1367] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Athens County, Film T623, roll 1239, Mary L. Cochran listing, ED 5, sheet 7B; OHAthe001
  6. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  7. [S1365] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Athens County, population schedule, Film T625, Mary L. Cochran listing, ED 6, sheet 9B; OHAthe251

Ella Cochran1

F, #13, b. 20 September 1857, d. 29 November 1920

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)

Family: Francis M. Beckett (b. 17 July 1858, d. 12 April 1946)

DaughterDaisy Beckett (b. 2 August 1880, d. 23 February 1959)

Biography

Ella Cochran was born on 20 September 1857 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 She and Francis M. Beckett were married on 21 August 1879 in Morgan County, Ohio.1,3 Ella Cochran died on 29 November 1920, at age 63, in Grant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.2 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4,2
Francis and Ella appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 15 June 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.5 She went to Williamsburg to bring Ella's sister Mary back to Ohio on 7 October 1897.6 Francis and Ella appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 8 June 1900 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their daughter Daisy.7 Francis and Ella appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 14 April 1910 in Union Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.8 Ella was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.9 Francis and Ella appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 5 January 1920 in Union Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.10
Last Edited18 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Ella B. Beckett, file no. 69363
  3. [S74] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: F, Film Number: 0910659, 53 Frank M. Beckett and Ella Cochran, 1879
  4. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Ella Cochran Beckett tombstone
  5. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, ED142, dwelling 172, 192; OHMorg801
  6. [S2047] Beckett Francis M., McConnelsville Ohio, Postcard to Francis Wayland Cochran, 7 October 1897. Currently held by .
  7. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, Francis Beckett house, ED35, p. 124A, dwelling 203, family 209, census taken by Ella's brother Francis W. Cochran; OHMorg001
  8. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219, Frank Beckett household, ED 48, p. 1B, dwelling 21, family 22; OHMorg101
  9. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  10. [S1339] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T625, Frank Beckett household, ED 77, sheet 3B, dwelling 74, family 104; OHMorg251

Frances B. Cochran1

F, #14, b. 29 November 1859, d. 5 February 1945

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)

Family: Charles P. Thompson (b. 25 August 1854, d. 27 February 1944)

DaughterBeulah Thompson (b. 29 June 1888, d. 26 February 1974)
DaughterFrances Thompson (b. December 1890, d. 7 December 1986)
SonCharles Cochran Thompson (b. 19 January 1896, d. 10 January 1926)
SonHugh Cochran Thompson (b. 30 July 1901, d. 19 June 1974)
SonKenneth Cochran Thompson (b. 28 January 1905, d. 1 December 1984)

Biography

Frances B. Cochran was born on 29 November 1859 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 She and Charles P. Thompson were married on 21 September 1887 in Mt. Aerie, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.3,4 Frances B. Cochran died on 5 February 1945, at age 85, in 1080 Linden Avenue, Zanesville, Muskingum County.5,2 She was buried on 7 February 1945 in Greenwood Cemetery (Zanesville.)5,2
Frances B. Cochran was a member of St. James Episcopal Church.5 She and Charles P. Thompson resided in Zanesville through about 1902 at 129 South Seventh Avenue.6 She graduated from in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, in 1879.7 Charles and Frances appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded in June 1900 in 129 Seventh Street, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Beulah, Frances, and Charles.8 She moved to 1090 Linden Avenue, Zanesville, about 1903. They remained there for the rest of their lives9 She and Charles P. Thompson resided in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, between 1903 and 1945 1090 Linden Avenue.10,11,12,13,14,15,16 Charles and Frances appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 19 April 1910 in 1090 Linden Ave., Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Beulah, Frances, Charles, Hugh, and Kenneth.17 Frances was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.18 Charles and Frances appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 9 January 1920 in 1090 Linden Ave., Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Beulah, Charles, Hugh, and Kenneth.19 Charles and Frances appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 11 April 1930 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Beulah and Kenneth.20 Charles and Frances appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 6 April 1940 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their daughter Beulah.21
Last Edited22 April 2017

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Frances B. Thompson, file no. 10353
  3. [S1924] Athens Messenger: Morgan, Athens, Ohio
  4. [S74] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: F, Film Number: 0910659, 588 Charles P. Thompson and Fannie B. Cochran, 1887
  5. [S1645] Zanesville Signal: Fannie Thompson, 85, Zanesville, Ohio
  6. [S1374] Zanesville Official City Directory 1901-02, Film Series: 1843245-843246, Film Number: 1843245, Chas. P. Thompson (Fanny), entry
  7. [S697] Mercer, Bernhard, Umionion 1924 of the Malta McConnelsville High School, p. 94
  8. [S896] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film T623, roll 1310, Charles P. Thompson household, ED69, p1B, dwelling 13, family 13; OHMusk001
  9. [S1375] Zanesville Official City Directory 1903-04, Film Series: 1843245-843246, Film Number: 1843245, p. 397, Charles P. Thompson (Fanny C.) entry, 1090 Linden Ave.
  10. [S2048] Zanesville Official City Directory 1905-06. Microfilm reprint, p. 458, Charles P. Thompson entry, (Fanny C.)
  11. [S2049] Zanesville Official City Directory 1907-1908, p. 466.
  12. [S2050] The Burch Directory Company's Zanesville City Directory 1910, p. 468.
  13. [S2051] Zanesville Official City Directory 1912, p. 474.
  14. [S2052] Zanesville Official City Directory 1914, p. 514.
  15. [S2053] Zanesville Official City Directory 1916, pp. 479-480.
  16. [S1600] Obit Cochran, Hugh M. jr., obituary
  17. [S905] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film: T624, Charles P. thompson household, ED106, p. 6A, dwelling 127, house131; OHMusk150
  18. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  19. [S1267] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film: T625, Chas. P. Thompson household, ED137, sheet 7A, dwelling 150, family 164; OHMusk252
  20. [S1566] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film T626, Charles P. Thompson household, ED 45, sheet 18B, family 569, roll 1859; OHMusk352
  21. [S951] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film T627, Zanesville, ED 60-56, sheet 5A, p. 718, household 204, Charles P. Thompson household

John Bozman Cochran1

M, #15, b. 20 October 1861, d. 3 February 1926

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
Cochran, JohnB feb1866

Biography

John Bozman Cochran was born on 20 October 1861 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 He died on 3 February 1926, at age 64, in San Diego County, California.2
He was a worker in the tobacco factory.3 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 11 September 1890.4 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 17 September 1892.5 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 14 September 1894.6 He was a lumber salesman in 1900.7 John appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 6 June 1900 in 1449 L. Street, San Diego, San Diego County, California.8 He was a salesman for the S. D. Lumber Company in 1901 in San Diego.9 He lived in 1902 in Sixth and L Streets, San Diego.10 He was a lumberman in a lumberyard in 1910.11 John appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 25 April 1910 in 1021 G Street, San Diego, San Diego County, California. He was enumerated as a roomer as were all others at the same address and nearby addresses12 John was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.13 He was a farmer working at a fruit farm in 1920.14 John appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 7 January 1920 in 721 25th Street, San Diego, San Diego County, California. He was listed as a lodger at the same address as his brother Milton A. Cochran and family, but on different page15
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S937] California Death Index 1905-1939, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, p. 2015, John Cochran, 3 February 1926, San Diego County
  3. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9
  4. [S908] Great Register of San Diego for 1890: Great Registers of California, Record Type: digital images, State: California, County: San Diego County, p. 88, no. 2091, registration no. 617, J. B. Cochran
  5. [S906] Great Register of San Diego for 1892: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Diego County, California, p. 20, no. 1558, registration no. 152, John Bozeman Cochran
  6. [S907] Great Register of San Diego for 1894: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Diego County, California, p. 21, no. 1275, John B. Cochran
  7. [S1278] 1900 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, Film T623, roll 99
  8. [S1278] 1900 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, Film T623, roll 99, ED198, p. 229B, dwelling 91, family 105; CASDie001
  9. [S553] San Diego City and County Directory 1901, Site Date: 2008, p. 64, John B. Cochran entry
  10. [S446] Ancestry.com: California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968, Digital images, www.ancestry.com, 1902, San Diego County, 6th Ward, 2nd precinct, no. 27 John B. Cochran
  11. [S1314] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 94 and 95, John B. Cochran, ED 153, p. 14, no dwelling or family numbers
  12. [S1314] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 94 and 95, John B. Cochran, ED 153, p. 14, no dwelling or family numbers; CASDie102
  13. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  14. [S1401] 1920 U.S. census, California, SSan Diego County, population schedule, Film T625, roll 132, John B. Cochran, lodger, dwelling 3, family 3, p. 5B (This is the same address, dwelling number, and family number as the Milton A. Cochran household listed on p. 1A)
  15. [S1401] 1920 U.S. census, California, SSan Diego County, population schedule, Film T625, roll 132, John B. Cochran, lodger, dwelling 3, family 3, p. 5B (This is the same address, dwelling number, and family number as the Milton A. Cochran household listed on p. 1A); CASDie201

Milton Adair Cochran1

M, #16, b. 31 May 1863, d. 23 March 1925

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)

Family: Edna E. Ford (b. 3 December 1869, d. 26 March 1951)

DaughterVelma Catherine Cochran (b. 19 December 1897, d. 9 February 1980)
SonJohn Adair Cochran (b. 6 December 1899, d. March 1968)
DaughterMary Madeline Cochran (b. 28 May 1902, d. 31 December 1989)
DaughterFrances Mildred Cochran+ (b. 24 August 1904, d. January 1978)
Cochran, MA, taken Zanesville

Biography

Milton Adair Cochran was born on 31 May 1863 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 He and Edna E. Ford were married about 1897.2 Milton Adair Cochran died on 23 March 1925, at age 61, in San Diego, California.3,4 He was buried in Greenwood Memorial Park (San Diego), San Diego County, California.5
He was a salesman for the Klauber-Wangenheim Company in San Diego.6 He was a worker in a tobacco factory in 1880.7 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 6 July 1890.8 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 27 August 1892.9 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 9 August 1894.10 He lived in 1895 in Weynola, San Diego County, California.2 He was a rancher in 1895.2 He lived in 1898 in San Diego, California. and their daughter11,12 He was a salesman for a commission house in 1898.11 He was a salesman in 1900.13 Milton and Edna appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 4 June 1900 in 1253 State Street, San Diego, California, with their children Velma and John.14 He was a wholesale commercial merchant with W. A. Hutchins and R. D. Lamar in Cochran, Hutchins & Lamar in 1901 in San Diego.15 He lived in 1901 in San Diego. at 1253 State16 He lived in 1902 in 3345 G Street, San Diego.17 He was a commercial trader for wholesale groceries in 1910.18 Milton and Edna appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 21 April 1910 in 759 Twentyfifth Street, San Diego, California, with their children Velma, John, Madeline, and Frances.19 He applied for a passport in Ensenada, Mexico, in 1917. stating that he would first sail on the Grime and then make monthly trips either by boat or overland to Ensendad, Mexico20 Milton was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.21 He was employed by a grocery company in fra---- sales in 1920.22 Milton and Edna appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 2 January 1920 in 721 25th Street, San Diego, California, with their children Velma, John, Madeline, and Frances. John B. Cochran 58 from Ohio was listed as a lodger at this address but on a different census page23
Last Edited27 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1868] Letter from M.A. Cochran to Anna Cochran
  3. [S1734] Zanesville Signal: M. A. Cochran is Taken by Death at Home in West, Zanesville, Ohio, p. 7
  4. [S937] California Death Index 1905-1939, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, p. 2015, Milton A. Cochran, 23 March 1925, San Diego County
  5. [S494] Cochran, Sandra, to Barbara Shroyer, email, "Re: New info"
  6. [S424] Passport applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925, Passport application, http://www.ancestry.com, 1490, Milton A. Adair, 19 January 1918
  7. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9
  8. [S908] Great Register of San Diego for 1890: Great Registers of California, Record Type: digital images, State: California, County: San Diego County, p. 80, no. 1912, registration no. 416, Milton A. Cochran
  9. [S906] Great Register of San Diego for 1892: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Diego County, California, p. 20, no. 1517 registration no. 111, Milton A.Cochran
  10. [S907] Great Register of San Diego for 1894: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Diego County, California, p. 20, no. 1265, Milton A. Cochran
  11. [S1879] Letter from M.A. Cochran to Anna Cochran 5 June 1898, 1853 --
  12. [S1288] Letter, Milton Adair Cochran, San Diego, California to Anna Cochran, Location
  13. [S1278] 1900 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, Film T623, roll 99
  14. [S1278] 1900 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, Film T623, roll 99, Milton A. Cochran household, ED 193, p. 145B, dwelling 85, family 93; CASDie002
  15. [S553] San Diego City and County Directory 1901, Site Date: 2008, p. 64, Cochran, Hutchins & Lamar entry
  16. [S553] San Diego City and County Directory 1901, Site Date: 2008, p. 64, Milton A. Cochran entry
  17. [S446] Ancestry.com: California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968, Digital images, www.ancestry.com, 1902, San Diego County, 7th Ward, 1st precinct, no. 24 Milton A. Cochran
  18. [S1314] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 94 and 95, Milton A. Cochran household, ED 157, sheet 7A
  19. [S1314] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Diego County, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 94 and 95, Milton A. Cochran household, ED 157, sheet 7A; CASDie103
  20. [S424] Passport applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925, Passport application, http://www.ancestry.com, 1490, Milton A. Adair, 21 July 1917
  21. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  22. [S1401] 1920 U.S. census, California, SSan Diego County, population schedule, Film T625, roll 132, Milton A. Cochran household, ED 329, dwelling 3, family 3, p. 1A
  23. [S1401] 1920 U.S. census, California, SSan Diego County, population schedule, Film T625, roll 132, Milton A. Cochran household, ED 329, dwelling 3, family 3, p. 1A (On page 5B Milton's brother John was listed as a lodger at the same address with the same dwelling and family number); CASDie201

Hugh Macauley Cochran1

M, #17, b. 18 January 1866, d. 3 August 1939

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)

Family: Mary E. Farrell (b. May 1866, d. 9 April 1931)

SonHugh McCauley Cochran, III (b. 15 June 1894, d. 8 May 1964)
SonWilliam Roy Cochran+ (b. 5 February 1896, d. 9 November 1963)
SonClaude Tonry Cochran+ (b. 30 April 1898, d. 14 February 1964)
Cochran, H.M. jr.

Biography

Hugh Macauley Cochran was born on 18 January 1866 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2,3 He and Mary E. Farrell were married on 25 October 1892 in Marin County, California.4 Hugh Macauley Cochran died on 3 August 1939, at age 73, in Good Samaritan Hospital, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.5,2,3 He was buried on 5 August 1939 in Greenwood Cemetery (Zanesville.)6,3
Hugh was a 32nd degree Mason in the Occidental Lodge, in San Francisco.5 He was ill with with pernicious anemia.7,3 His inventory was filed on 21 Sept. 1939 in Muskingum County Probate Court. The net appraisal was $110,185.96. The net appraisal was $110,185.96.8 Hugh was a Shriner, in San Francisco.5 He was on the voter list in in San Diego County, California, on 2 August 1890.9 He was on the voter list in in San Francisco County, California, on 18 July 1896.10 He was manager of a lumber company in 1900 in California.11 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 7 June 1900 in 200 Eureka Street, San Francisco, California, with their sons Hugh, William, and Claude.12 He was yard manager in 1903 in Union Lumber Company, San Francisco. His phone number was 624 on a private exchange13 He lived at 200 Eureka in 1903 in San Francisco.14 He was a lumber clerk in 1910.15 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 26 April 1910 in 200 Eureka, San Francisco, California, with their sons Hugh, William, and Claude.16 Hugh was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.17 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded in 1920 in 200 Eureka Street, San Francisco, California, with their sons William and Claude. He was listed as Roy William Cochran 23 year old son18 He was a lumberman in 1920.19 He traveled from Honolulu, Hawaii to San Francisco on the Matsonia sailing on 31 March 1926.20 He was manager of a lumber company in 1930.21 Hugh and Mary appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 9 April 1930 in 2255 Lake Street, San Francisco, California. This was probably an apartment house as there were 10 separate families as this address22 He moved to Zanesville, Ohio, about 1932.2 He retired from the Union Lumber Company in 1932 in San Francisco, California. where he had been general manager5
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1648] Zanesville Signal: Hugh M. Cochran, Morgan Co. Native, Dies at Hospital, obituary, Zanesville, Ohio
  3. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Hugh M Cochran, file no.50367
  4. [S803] Californina County Marriages 1850-1952, Family Search, database, Url: www.familysearch.org, Hugh Cochran and Mary E. Farrell, 25 October 1892, Marin County
  5. [S1600] Obit Cochran, Hugh M. jr., obituary
  6. [S1649] Times Recorder: Hugh M. Cochran Rites Today, Zanesville, Ohio
  7. [S1713] Jean Cochran, series of informal interviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer
  8. [S1650] Times Recorder: Hugh M. Cochran Rites TodayInventory Filed, Zanesville, Ohio
  9. [S908] Great Register of San Diego for 1890: Great Registers of California, Record Type: digital images, State: California, County: San Diego County, p. 81, no. 1965, registration no. 476, Hugh M. Cochran
  10. [S910] Register Second Precinct 35th Assembly District San Francisco County 1896: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Francisco, Hugh McCauley Cochran
  11. [S1289] 1900 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, rolls 103 and 104, Film T623
  12. [S1289] 1900 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, rolls 103 and 104, Film T623, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED137, p.164B, dwelling 177, family 198; CASFra001
  13. [S1865] San Francisco Genealogy: San Francisco California Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph Company Feb. 1903, Record Type: digital images, Url: «www.sfgenealogy.com», H. M. Cochran yd. mgr.
  14. [S1865] San Francisco Genealogy: San Francisco California Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph Company Feb. 1903, Record Type: digital images, Url: «www.sfgenealogy.com», H. M. Cochran
  15. [S1575] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 97 and 98, Hugh M. Cochran household, p. 153, dwelling 185, family 256
  16. [S1575] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 97 and 98, Hugh M. Cochran household, p. 153, dwelling 185, family 256; CASFra101
  17. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  18. [S1268] 1920 U.S. census, LCalifornia, San Francisco, population schedule, Film T625, roll 134, Hugh Cochran household, ED 116, family 116; CASFra202
  19. [S1268] 1920 U.S. census, LCalifornia, San Francisco, population schedule, Film T625, roll 134
  20. [S719] Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving in San Francisco 1893 - 1953: California passenger and crew lists, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Immigration and Naturalizetion Service RG85, Film: M140, Matsonia, sailing 31 March 1926, for Hugh Cochran no. 15
  21. [S1553] 1930 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, Roll: population schedule, Film T626, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED 38-247, sheet 15A, dwelling 219, family 309
  22. [S1553] 1930 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, Roll: population schedule, Film T626, Hugh M. Cochran household, ED 38-247, sheet 15A, dwelling 219, family 309, roll 203; CASFra302

Elizabeth V. Cochran1

F, #18, b. 13 February 1868, d. 1 February 1869

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
Cochran, Elizabeth after death

Biography

Elizabeth V. Cochran was born on 13 February 1868 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 She died on 1 February 1869, at age 0, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2,3 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.2
Last Edited25 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Lizzie V. Cochran tombstone
  3. [S29] Lizzie Cochran taken after death, photo annotated on back, photo of Cochran, Elizabeth V.

William Edward Cochran1

M, #19, b. 27 November 1869, d. 28 August 1964

Parents

FatherHugh Macauley Cochran (b. 9 December 1825, d. 16 September 1922)
MotherMary Royston Bozman (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
Cochran, W.E., 1875, 12 yrs.

Biography

William Edward Cochran was born on 27 November 1869 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1 He died on 28 August 1964, at age 94.2 He was buried on 1 September 1964 in Golden Gate National Cemetery (San Bruno), San Mateo County, California.2,3
He graduated from in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, on 2 June 1887.4 He was on the voter list in in San Francisco County, California, on 12 September 1892.5 He enlisted in the U.S. Army in San Francisco, California, on 2 March 18966 He served on 2 March 1899 in Fort Hamilton, New York.7 He was a private second class in 1900.8 William appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in Fort Meyer, Virginia.8 He served on 18 December 1905 in San Francisco, California.9 He served om the Signal Service in 1907 in Jalo, Jalo, Philippine Islands.10 He was discharged 17 December 1908, in San Francisco. from the U.S. Signal Corps Company F9 He was a W. S. M. carrier in 1910 in San Francisco.11 William appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 22 April 1910 in 228 Valencia Street, San Francisco, California. Sandow and Martha Bienir12 William was named as an heir in the will of Hugh Macauley Cochran on 23 January 1918 in McConellsville.13 He was in the lumber business in 1920 in San Francisco, California.14 William appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 5 January 1920 in 3427 Nineteenth St., San Francisco, California. Martha J. Biener 58 and her daughter Alvina Biener 2615 He was a clerk in a post office in 1930.16 William appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 4 April 1930 in 865 Capp Street, San Francisco, California. He was enumerated as a 60 year old single man born in Ohio17 William appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 11 April 1940 in San Francisco, California.18 He lived in 1945 in San Francisco. in 1939 and194519,20
Last Edited23 April 2017

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Golden Gate National Cemetery, William Cochran, d. 28 August 1964
  3. [S718] US Veterans' Gravesites, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, William E. Cochran, d. 28 August 1964
  4. [S1923] Athens Messenger: Morgan; Athens, Ohio, "Morgan", McConnelsville High School commencement 1887
  5. [S909] Register 16th Precinct 27th Assembly District San Francisco County 1892: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Francisco, California, voting no. 36, registration number 100, William Edward Cochran
  6. [S483] Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914: U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914, digital images, www.ancestry.com, Film: M233, p. 123, entry no. 90, William E. Cochran, 5th U.S. Art., enlisted 1896
  7. [S483] Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914: U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914, digital images, www.ancestry.com, Film: M233, p. 223, entry no.1432, William E. Cochran, 5th U.S. Art.Sig. Corps A, enlisted 1899
  8. [S448] 1900 U.S. census, Virginia, Fort Meyer, Film T623, roll 1698, Signal Corps Post, sheet B, line 71, William E. Cochran entry; 001 VAFortM
  9. [S483] Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914: U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914, digital images, www.ancestry.com, Film: M233, entry no. 2585, William E. Cochran, 5th U.S. Art.Sig. Corps E, enlisted 1905
  10. [S1345] Steer, Linda, Bozman Morgan and Muskingum Co. Ohio, mail list, Bozman obits and data, Bozman-L, Url: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/BOZMAN, transcription of Mrs. Hugh M. Cochran's obituary
  11. [S1575] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 97 and 98, Sandow Bienir household, ED 129, sheet 2B, dwelling 40, family 51
  12. [S1575] 1910 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, population schedule, Film: T624, rolls 97 and 98, Sandow Bienir household, ED 129, sheet 2B, dwelling 40, family 51; CASFra102
  13. [S1959] Ohio. Morgan County, Ohio, Wiills, 12: 345, Hugh Macauley Cochran
  14. [S1268] 1920 U.S. census, LCalifornia, San Francisco, population schedule, Film T625, roll 134
  15. [S1268] 1920 U.S. census, LCalifornia, San Francisco, population schedule, Film T625, roll 134, Martha J. Biener household, ED62, sheet 3B, dwelling 27, family 88; CASFra201
  16. [S1553] 1930 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, Roll: population schedule, Film T626, William E. Cochran household, ED 38-123, sheet 2B, dwelling 24, family 66
  17. [S1553] 1930 U.S. census, California, San Francisco, Roll: population schedule, Film T626, William E. Cochran household, ED 38-123, sheet 2B, dwelling 24, family 66, roll 199
  18. [S957] 1940 U.S. census, California, San Francisco County, population schedule, Film T627, San Francisco, ED 38-282, sheet 2A, household 49, line 37, William Cochran entry
  19. [S1645] Zanesville Signal: Fannie Thompson, 85, Zanesville, Ohio
  20. [S1600] Obit Cochran, Hugh M. jr., obituary

James Cochran1

M, #20, b. 6 October 1811

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)
BibleIbirthCochran

Biography

James Cochran was born on 6 October 1811.2
Last Edited12 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran

Wyatt Campbell Cochran1

M, #21, b. 10 July 1813, d. 12 July 1891

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

Family: Amelia Winter (b. about 1819, d. 7 February 1899)

DaughterCaroline Amelia Cochran+ (b. 16 November 1845, d. 7 July 1917)
SonIsaac B. Cochran (b. 1850)
SonJohn Cochran (b. about 1852)
SonMilton A. Cochran (b. about 1855, d. 26 February 1886)
DaughterMary E. Cochran (b. 30 March 1857, d. 14 February 1948)

Biography

Wyatt Campbell Cochran was born on 10 July 1813 in Ohio.2 He and Amelia Winter were married on 13 June 1844 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3 Wyatt Campbell Cochran died on 12 July 1891, at age 78.4 He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery (Zanesville), Muskingum County, Ohio.5
Wyatt and Amelia appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Caroline and Isaac.6 He lived at the South End of Fifth in 1856 in Zanesville.7 Wyatt and Amelia appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 15 July 1860 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Caroline, John, Milton, and Mary.8 Wyatt and Amelia appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 16 July 1870 in Putnam, Muskingum County, Ohio, with John, Milton, and Mary and Wyatt's mother Mary Catharine.9 Wyatt and Amelia appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 7 June 1880 in Pine Street, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Milton and Mary.10 He was a cigar maker. He was listed as either a tobacconist or a cigar maker on each census from 1850 to 1883 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. He was also listed as a tobacconist or cigar maker in Zaneville directories for 1856 and 188310,6,8,9,7,11 He lived on "Canal 3 east Fifth" in 1883 in Zanesville. on "Canal 3 east Fifth"11 He lived at e. s. Canal three roads south of Fifth in 1890 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. E. s. Canal 3 roads s. of Fifth,12
Last Edited8 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S1887] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 3, Film Number: 0865137, 369, Wyatt Cochran and Amalia Winters, 1844
  4. [S5] Footprints in Muskingum County, Ohio: Record of Deaths in Putnam Presbyterian Church Vol. I, database, Yinger, Hilda, http://www.geocities.com/muskfootprints/putnamch.html, Cochran, Wyatt C. 12 July 1891 of old age, age 78
  5. [S120] Ensminger, Neil, Woodlawn Cemetery Interments Index, Zanesville, Ohio, 1852-1998, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film 1425247 Item 10, p. 51 Wyatt Cochran
  6. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, Wyatt Cochran household, p. 186, family 2742; OHMusk501
  7. [S2043] Williams, C. S, Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1856-857: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, p. 56.
  8. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, Wyatt Cochran household, p. 176, dwelling 655, family 655; OHMusk601
  9. [S1223] 1870 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1250 & 1251, population schedule, Film M593, Wyott Cockran household, p. 100, dwelling 773, family 786; OHMusk708
  10. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Wiatt C. Cochran household, ED 182, p. 18, dwelling 177, family 185; OHMusk803
  11. [S545] Bailey's Zanesville Directory 1883-84, Site Date: 2008, p. 64, Wyatt C. Cochran and Milton A. Cochran entries
  12. [S1369] Ancestry.com Zanesville, Ohio Directory 1890-91 (original data: Zanesville Directory 1890-91 N.H. Burch & Co. 1890), http://www.ancestry.com

David B. Cochran1

M, #22, b. 21 March 1815, d. 30 September 1865

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

Biography

David B. Cochran was born on 21 March 1815.2 He and Sarah were married.3 David B. Cochran died on 30 September 1865, at age 50.4
David was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Zanesville Township, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of The household consisted of 1 male 20-30 and 1 female 20-30.5 He was a plasterer in 1850.6,7 He lived the National Road in 1850 in Zanesville.8 David and Sarah appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in 3rd Ward, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.6 He lived on the ss National Road west of Cemetery in 1856 in Zanesville.9 He was a plasterer in 1856.9 He lived at "ss National Road opp e end of Market" in 1860 in Zanesville.10 He was a plasterer in 1860.10 David and Sarah appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 15 August 1860 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.11 He signed a will on 5 October 1864 in Muskingum County, Ohio. naming his wife as sole heir3
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S1212] Muskingum County, Ohio Will Records, David Cochran will, Volume: 2, Film Number: 086155, Will001
  4. [S121] Register of Communicants in the First Presbyterian Church, Zanesville Ohio, church register, Church: First Presbyerian Church, Zanesville, Ohio, Register of Communicants, 1808-1883, Film 413061, items 2 and 3
  5. [S1201] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum Co, population schedule, Film M704, roll 418, David Cochran; OHMorg401
  6. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, David B. Cochran household, dwelling 2179, family 2192; OHMusk503
  7. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, David Cochran household, p. 263, dwelling 1928, family 1928
  8. [S2055] The Zanesville Business Directory and City Guide 1851, p. 77.
  9. [S2043] Williams, C. S, Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1856-857: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, p. 35.
  10. [S2056] Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1860-61: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, p. 51.
  11. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, David Cochran household, p. 263, dwelling 1928, family 1928; OHMusk605

William Cochran1

M, #23, b. 29 June 1819

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

Biography

William Cochran was born on 29 June 1819.2
Last Edited2 November 2004

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran

Robert Loyal Cochran1

M, #24, b. 25 May 1821, d. 9 November 1905

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

Family: Elizabeth C. Wait (b. 19 February 1826, d. 9 December 1911)

SonWilliam W. Cochran (b. 1850)
DaughterMargaret Ann Cochran (b. about 1856, d. 5 May 1908)
DaughterMary C. Cochran+ (b. 1858)

Biography

Robert Loyal Cochran was born on 25 May 1821 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.2,3 He and Elizabeth C. Wait were married on 10 February 1848 in Muskingum County, Ohio.4 Robert Loyal Cochran died on 9 November 1905, at age 84, in Corner 5th and Canal, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.3 He was buried on 10 November 1905 in Greenwood Cemetery (Zanesville), Muskingum County, Ohio.5
He was a tobacconist.6 He was a grocier.7,8 He was a journeyman cigar maker.9 He was a cigar maker.10 Robert and Elizabeth appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 21 August 1850 in Jefferson Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with William and Samuel Cochran age 26.6 He lived in 1856 in north east corner of Canal and Fifth, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.11 He lived at the northeast corner of Fifth and Canal in 1860 in Zanesville.12 Robert and Elizabeth appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 15 July 1860 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Margaret and Mary.7 Robert and Elizabeth appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 11 June 1870 in 3rd Ward, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Margaret and Mary.9 Robert and Elizabeth appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 2 June 1880 in Fifth Street, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their daughters Margaret and Mary, son-in-law William Clancy, granddaughter Ida M. Clancy, and sister-in-law Catherine Thompson.13 He had a saloon at the same address in 1883.14 He lived in 1883 in Zanesville. on Canal one street east of Fifth14 He lived in 1893 in Zanesville. at 121 South Fifth15 He was a watchman in 1894.16 He was a watchman in 1896.17 He lived in 1896 in Zanesville.17 He was a cigar maker in 1900.18 Robert and Elizabeth appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 6 June 1900 in 121 Canal Street, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their daughter Margaret. She was listed as Anna M. Cochran age 4218 Robert Loyal Cochran and Elizabeth C. Wait resided in Zanesville in 1901 at 136 South Fifth with their daughter Anna.19 Robert Loyal Cochran and Elizabeth C. Wait resided in Zanesville in 1905 at 136 Souh Fifth.20,3
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Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S164] Muskingum County Ohio Death Records, Death Records, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film Serie: 910154-910155, Volume 4, FHL film 910155, 33, Robert L. Cochran, 1905
  4. [S1887] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 3, Film Number: 0865137, Robert L. Cochran and Eliza C. Wait, 10 February 1848, Muskingum County, Ohio
  5. [S119] Internment Records of Greenwood Cemetery, Zanesville, Ohio, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: microfilm 1698131 item 2, Robert Cochran
  6. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, Robert Cochran household, p. 169, family 1408; OHMusk502
  7. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, Robert L. Cochran household, p. 176, dwelling 667, family 667; OHMusk601
  8. [S1373] Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1860-61: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, Location: FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6044680, Robert L. Cochran entry p. 51
  9. [S1223] 1870 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1250 & 1251, population schedule, Film M593, Robt. L. Cochran household, p. 32, dwelling 232, family 231; OHMusk701
  10. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Robert Cochran household, ED 176, p. 3, dweling 27, family 27; OHMusk801
  11. [S1400] Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1860-61: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, Location: FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6044679, R. L. Cochran entries, pp. 6 and 36
  12. [S2056] Williams' Zanesville Directory, City Guide and Business Mirror for 1860-61: to which is annexed a directory of Putnam also, a list of post offices in the United States and Terretories, corrected up to date, p. 51.
  13. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Robert Cochran household, ED 176, p. 362C, dwelling 27, family 27; OHMusk801
  14. [S545] Bailey's Zanesville Directory 1883-84, Site Date: 2008, p. 64, Robert L. Cochran entry
  15. [S546] Zanesville City Official Directory 1893, Site Date: 2008, p. 136, Robert L. Cochran and Anna Cochran entries
  16. [S543] Zanesville Official City Directory 1894, Site Date: 2008, p. 139, Robert L. Cochran (Eliza C.) and M. Anna Cochran entries
  17. [S540] Zanesville Official City Directory 1896, Site Date: 2008, p. 147, Robt. L. (Eliza C.) and Anna M. Cochran entries
  18. [S896] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film T623, roll 1310, Robert L. Cochran household, ED67, p. 45A, dwelling 128, family 172; OHMusk002
  19. [S2057] Zanesville Official City Directory 1901-02, p. 139.
  20. [S2048] Zanesville Official City Directory 1905-06. Microfilm reprint, p. 157, Robert L. Cochran (Eliza) entry

Samuel Wallace Cochran1

M, #25, b. 27 August 1823, d. 27 February 1901

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 5 November 1779, d. April 1868)
MotherMary Catherine Bricker (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)

Family: Cecilia Casselly (d. 5 July 1919)

SonCharles A. Cochran (b. 28 November 1848)
DaughterLutie Cochran (b. about 1851, d. 9 December 1930)
SonSamuel Cochran (b. about 1853)
SonJohn Laurie Cochran+ (b. about September 1854, d. 22 May 1911)
SonJustice Cochran (b. about 1857, d. 1886)

Biography

Samuel Wallace Cochran was born on 27 August 1823 in Ohio.2 He and Cecilia Casselly were married on 1 February 1848 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3 Samuel Wallace Cochran died on 27 February 1901, at age 77.4
Samuel Wallace Cochran was also known as Samuel W. P. Cochran. He appeared on two 1850 censuses, one in Muskingum County with his brother and one in Cinncinati with his wife ... He appeared on two 1850 censuses, one in Muskingum County with his brother and one in Cinncinati with his wife5,6 He served in Company H, 12th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. His son Charles joined the same company at the same time7 He was not with Cecilia on the 1870 and 1880 censuses. Cecilia was listed as a widow on the 1880 census. He has not yet been found on either of these censuses ...8,9 He was listed as a cigar maker in 1850.10 Samuel and Cecilia appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 12 October 1850 in Ward 8, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, with Charles. Also listed were Ann Cassely 39, Robert J. Cassely 17, Mary A. Cassely 15, and Albert Cassely 8. Cecilia was listed as Celia Cochran age 19.10 He was prosecuting attorney between 1851 and 1853 in Noble County, Ohio.11 Samuel and Cecilia deeded lot 11 in John L. Cochran's Addition to John L. Cochran on 21 May 1851 in Muskingum County, Ohio.12 He was a tobacconist in 1860.13 Samuel and Cecilia appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 21 July 1860 in Aberdeen, Brown County, Ohio, with Charles, Lutie, John, Justice, and Samuel.13 He enlisted as a corporal in Ohio on 4 June 18617 Samuel was reduced to Private on 18 December 1861:7,14 Samuel received a recommendation for promotion in a letter wrtten by John C. Campbell, 2nd Lieutenant, Company H., 12th Regiment, O.V.I. written in January 1862:15 Samuel received at least seven letters of recommendation for a military promotion written by men from Aberdeen, Brown County, Ohio in January 1862:16 Samuel had a letter requesting a promotion written by his brother Hugh on 2 January 1862:17 He was discharged 11 July 1864.18,14 He lived in 1896 in Zanesville.19 He was admitted to National Military Home in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, on 25 March 1897. He was there until 6 November of the same year. He was released at his request. He was listed as a widower whose closest relative was John Cochran of Los Angeles20 Samuel and Cecilia appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 6 June 1900 in 524 Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, with their daughter Lutie. Samuel was enumerated as S. W. Cochran 78, born July 1821 in Ohio, and unable to read or write. Also listed were Harry M.B. 16 adopted son, and 12 boarders. Samuel was enumerated as S. W. Cochran 78, born July 1821 in Ohio, and unable to read or write. Also listed were Harry M.B. 16 adopted son, and 12 boarders21
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S1887] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 3, Film Number: 0865137, Cochran-Cassilly, 1848
  4. [S549] Parker, Susan, to Barbara Shroyer, email
  5. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, p. 169, family 1408
  6. [S1343] 1850 Census OH Hamilton, U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, population schedule, Film M434, roll 690, Samuel Cochran household, Cincinnati 8th Ward, dwelling 1779, family 2345
  7. [S1362] American Civil War Soldiers database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Samuel W. P. Cochran, Co. H 12th Ohio Infantry
  8. [S1256] 1880 Census OH Hamilton, U.S. Census, Ohio, Hamilton County, population schedule, Film T9, rolls 1024 and 1028, ED 170, p. 131 D, dwelling 282, family 614
  9. [S1301] 1870 Census LA Orleans, U.S. census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, population schedule, Film M593 roll 421, George Hareen household, New Orleans 4th Ward, p. 831, dwelling 107, family 107
  10. [S1343] 1850 Census OH Hamilton, U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, population schedule, Film M434, roll 690, Samuel Cochran household, Cincinnati 8th Ward, dwelling 1779, family 2345; OHHami501
  11. [S355] History of Noble County, Ohio, p. 175
  12. [S1942] Ohio. Muskingum, Deed Records. Digital images, 21: 205-206, Samuel W. and Cecilia Cochran to John L. Cochran, 21 May 1851, Muskingum County (www.muskingum.org : accessed Jul 2010)
  13. [S1364] 1860 Census OH Brown, U.S. census, Ohio, Brown County, rolls 938 and 939, population schedule, Film M653, Samuel Cocheran household, p. 281, dwelling 159, family 159; OHBrow601
  14. [S163] 12th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, database, http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~cemeteryproject/12th/CoH.html, Samuel W. P. Cochran
  15. [S1451] Ohio Historical Society: Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General, 1861-1866, abstracts, www.ohiohistory.org/resource/database/civilwar.html, Abstracts of John C. Campbell letter, 15 Jan. 1862, Series 147-33: 201
  16. [S1451] Ohio Historical Society: Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General, 1861-1866, abstracts, www.ohiohistory.org/resource/database/civilwar.html, Abstracts of letters written by Aberdeen, Brown County< Ohio residents John S. Acklin, L.W. and H. B. Dennis, Dr. H. F. Garwood, Jno. Mitchell, Thomas Shelton J. P., A. W. Wood, and W. A. Galbraith & Son, Series147-33: 198-203
  17. [S1451] Ohio Historical Society: Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General, 1861-1866, abstracts, www.ohiohistory.org/resource/database/civilwar.html, Abstract of letter H. M. Cochran to A. Russel, 2 Jan. 1882, Series 147-22: 237
  18. [S1362] American Civil War Soldiers database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Samuel W. P. Cochran
  19. [S540] Zanesville Official City Directory 1896, Site Date: 2008, p. 147, Samuel W. P. Cochran entry
  20. [S616] Historical Register of National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938, U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers record, www.ancestry.com, Film: M1749, Samuel W. P. Cochran, no. 23680
  21. [S1269] 1900 Census OH Hamilton, U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, rolls 1277, 1279, 1281, 1282, Film T623, ED148, p. 256A, dwelling 48, family 115; OHHami001