Cochran and Shroyer Families

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Caroline Amanda Cochran1

F, #26, b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873

Parents

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

Family 1: Andrew J. Monroe

SonMilton Adair Monroe (b. about 1856, d. 22 November 1861)
DaughterSusan Monroe (b. about 1858)

Family 2: Alexander A. McKinney

DaughterElla A. McKinney+ (b. 23 February 1868, d. 8 April 1949)
SonJohn L. Cochran McKinney (b. January 1870, d. 7 August 1877)

Biography

Caroline Amanda Cochran was born on 16 November 1828 in Ohio.2 She and Andrew J. Monroe were married on 1 February 1851 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3 Caroline Amanda Cochran and Alexander A. McKinney were married on 21 October 1866 in Muskingum County, Ohio.4 Caroline Amanda Cochran died on 27 July 1873, at age 44, in Springfield Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.5
Alexander and Caroline appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 16 July 1870 in Putnam, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Ella and John and Robert S. Cochran. Robert was listed as Robert Cockran 88 born Pennsylvania who "lives with daughter". However, Robert was probably Caroline's uncle. The family was enumerated immediately after the Wyatt Cochran family6
Last Edited3 February 2015

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. [S672] Family Search: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, database, http://www.familysearch.org, Andrew J. Monroe and Caroline A. Cockran, 1 September 1851, Muskingum County
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Alexander McKinney and Caroline A. Monroe, 21 October 1866, Muskingum County, Ohio
  5. [S673] Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854 - 1997, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Caroline McKinney, 27 July 1873, Muskingum County
  6. [S1223] 1870 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1250 & 1251, population schedule, Film M593, Alexander McKinney household, p. 101, dwelling 774, family 787; OHMusk708

Milton Adair Cochran1

M, #27, b. 3 October 1830, d. 6 September 1853

Parents

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

Biography

Milton Adair Cochran was born on 3 October 1830 in Ohio.2 He died on 6 September 1853, at age 22, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.3,4
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. [S716] Zanesville Courier, Zanesville, Ohio, p. 2, 10 sept 1853, p. 2
  4. [S818] Morgan Herald: Adair Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio, Page: 4

Isaac Brownlee Cochran1

M, #28, b. 18 April 1833

Parents

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

Family: Catherine Thompson (b. about 1834)

DaughterSicelia Cochran (b. about 1855)
DaughterEmma Cochran (b. about 1857)
DaughterJessie Cochran (b. March 1859)
DaughterCapitola Cochran (b. about 1861)
SonJames Cochran (b. about 1863)
SonAustin Cochran (b. about 1867)
SonHugh Cochran (b. 10 March 1869)
SonSamuel Cochran (b. 20 August 1871, d. 7 June 1945)

Biography

Isaac Brownlee Cochran was born on 18 April 1833 in Ohio.2 He and Catherine Thompson were married on 16 May 1854 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3
Isaac Brownlee Cochran was also known as Brownlee Cochran. He was a carpenter, probably an apprentice in 1850.4 Isaac appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 11 November 1850 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. in the household of Valintin Smeltrer. He was listed as Brownlee Cochran age 174 He lived at "ns Marietta Road" in 1860 in Zanesville.5 Isaac and Catherine appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 18 August 1860 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Sicelia, Emma, and Jessie.6 He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Morgan Township, Morgan County. He was recorded as a 32 year old married tobacconist born in Ohio7 He was cigar maker in 1870.8 Isaac and Catherine appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded in 1870 in Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia, with Sicelia, Emma, Jessie, Capitola, James, Austin, and Hugh.9 He was a cigar maker in 1871 in Wheeling.10 Isaac and Catherine appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 6 June 1900 in 11 Rail Road St., Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Hugh and Jessie. The family was living in multiple housing as there are 5 households at this "dwelling".11
Last Edited15 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. [S1303] Tunis, Dorothy; Rich, Anita; Hutchins, Betty; compilers, Muskingum County Ohio Marriages Book IV 1848 - 1865, p. 18
  4. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, Valintine Smeltres household, p. 181, family 2653; OHMusk501
  5. [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.
  6. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, Brown Cochran household, pp. 261B&262A, dwelling 1913, family 1913; OHMusk605
  7. [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.2, line 9, Isaac B. Cochran entry
  8. [S695] 1870 Census Ohio Co. WV, U.S. census, West Virginia, Ohio County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1696, Brownlee Cochran household, p. 356, dwelling 31, family 29
  9. [S695] 1870 Census Ohio Co. WV, U.S. census, West Virginia, Ohio County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1696, Brownlee Cochran household, p. 356, dwelling 31, family 29; WVOhio701
  10. [S547] Wiggins and Weavewr's Ohio River Directory for 1871-72: Google Book Search, Url: http://books.google.com/books, Site Date: 2008, p. 77, Wheeling, I. B. Cochran entry
  11. [S896] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film T623, roll 1310, Isaac Cochran household, ED78, p. 203A, dwelling 127, family 149; OHMusk003

John Lowrey Cochran1

M, #29, b. 26 February 1817, d. June 1850

Parents

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

Family: Elvina P. Williams (b. 11 April 1818, d. 20 April 1898)

SonCharles Edwin Cochran+ (b. 29 January 1839, d. 7 February 1917)
SonJohn Lowrey Cochran+ (b. 30 June 1840, d. 1 January 1915)
DaughterVirginia Amanda Cochran+ (b. 17 September 1843, d. 8 May 1922)
DaughterEmma E. Cochran (b. about 1845, d. 1910)
SonJames Milton Adair Cochran (b. about 1848, d. 16 January 1898)
DaughterLaura A. Cochran+ (b. August 1851, d. January 1937)

Biography

John Lowrey Cochran was born on 26 February 1817 in Ohio.2 He and Elvina P. Williams were married on 20 May 1838 in Ohio County, Virginia (West Virginia.)3,4 John Lowrey Cochran died in June 1850, at age 33, in steamboat on the Ohio River, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio.5,6 He was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.7
He moved to McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, 1837.8 He began manufacturing cigars at the corner of Center and Poplar Streets. In about 1838 he began manufacturing cigars at the corner of Center and Poplar Streets in McConnelsville8 John was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of The household consisted of 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-30, and 1 female 20-30. He was listed as Lowry Cochran.9 John was a town trustee in 1847 in McConnelsvile.10 He was a tobacconist in 1850.11 John and Elvina appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with Charles, John, Virginia, Emma, and James MM.A.11
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. [S1546] McConnelsville Herald: Mrs. Waterman Dead, McConnelsville, Ohio
  4. [S56] Harriss, Helen L.; Wall, E. J.; compilers, Marriage Records of Squires Isaac and Joseph F. Mayes, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Vol. 2, Film Number: 6093377, Lowrey Cochran
  5. [S71] Dougan, Nettie H, McConnelsville 1967 Sesquicentenial
  6. [S1543] McConnelsville Herald: Milton A. Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4
  7. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Lowrey Cochran tombstone
  8. [S1747] Herald Souvenir, Morgan County, Ohio, Cochran Brothers Cigar Manufacturers
  9. [S1150] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M704, roll 417, Lowry Cochran household; OHMorg401
  10. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, p. 302
  11. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John L. Cochran household, p. 233, family 116; OHMorg502

Maude C. Brent1

F, #30, b. 12 August 1876, d. 24 October 1948

Parents

FatherCharles Robertson Brent (b. 30 April 1849, d. 19 October 1921)
MotherEmma E. Whipple (b. 22 January 1854, d. 20 June 1938)

Family: Francis Wayland Cochran (b. 21 August 1873, d. 21 October 1964)

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)
Brent, Maude

Biography

Maude C. Brent was born on 12 August 1876 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2 She and Francis Wayland Cochran were married on 19 March 1912 in the bride's home, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio by T. B. Roberts.3,4,5 Maude C. Brent died on 24 October 1948, at age 72, in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.6 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.7,6
Maude was a member of the Community Civic Club, in McConnelsville.8 She She had a party for her Sunday School class on Valentine's Day in McConnelsville on 14 February 1898.9 She sang a solo at an Educational Day event at Trinity Methodist Church in McConnelsville in July 1898.10 Maude had been a post office clerk in 1900 and was assistant postmaster in 191011,12 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.13 Francis and Maude appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 23 April 1930 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.14 Maude was president of the Ladies' Aid Society, in 1939, in Trinity Methodist Church, McConnelsville.15 Francis and Maude appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 12 April 1940 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.16 She and her daughters attended the engagement party of her son Charles and Elizabeth Ann Smith in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, on 20 July 1940.17 Maude was president of the New Era Club, in 1945, in McConnelsville.18
Last Edited3 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S110] Morgan County, Ohio Birth Records, Volume: 1, FHL microfilm 911403, p. 172 #3088, Maud Brent
  2. [S110] Morgan County, Ohio Birth Records, Volume: 1, FHL microfilm 911403, p. 172 #3088, Maud Brent, 1876
  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. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Maud Brent Cochran, file no. 64439
  7. [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
  8. [S1689] Zanesville Signal: Plans Benefit Party, Zanesville, Ohio
  9. [S1999] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Local News," 16 February 1898, p. 3.
  10. [S2000] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Local News," 13 July 1898.
  11. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219
  12. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309
  13. [S1339] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T625, Francis W. Cochran household, ED78, p.7B, dwelling 150, family 217; OHMorg250
  14. [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
  15. [S1688] Zanesville Signal: Church Tea, Zanesville, Ohio
  16. [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
  17. [S1971] Ohio. Zanesville, Sunday Times Signal, "Announce Betrothal of Elizabeth Smith to C. B. Cochran," 23 July 1940; digital images.
  18. [S1704] Zanesville Signal: New Era Club Holds Meeting, Zanesville, Ohio

William Stinson

M, #31, d. about 1839

Family: Susanna Elisabetha Straw (b. 25 September 1771)

SonWilliam Stinson+ (b. about 1808)

Biography

William Stinson and Susanna Elisabetha Straw were married about 1801.1 William Stinson died about 1839.2,3,4
He was involved in freighting or wagoning in 1805 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.5,6 He lived about 1806 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.7,8 He lived in 1807 in near Blocksom Hill, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.6 William was mentioned in the will of Jacob Straw 3 March 1808 Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.9 William was head of household on the 1820 US Census taken in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of The household consisited of one male 10 to 15, two males 16 to 25, one male 26 to 44, one male 45 or older, one female under 10, one female 10 to 15, female ages 16 to 25 and 26 to 44 were blacked out by an ink blot, and one female 45 or older.10 William was deeded lot five in Daniel Convers East Addition to Zanesville by Daniel Convers on 30 June 1823 in Muskingum County, Ohio.11 William was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of The household consisted of one male under 5, one male 30 to 39, one male 60 to 69, one female under 5, one female 5 to 9, one female 20 to 29, and one female 50 to 59.12 William and Susanna deeded lot five in Daniel Convers East Addition to Zanesville to Asa R. Cassidy on 15 May 1839 in Muskingum County, Ohio.4
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1427] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Books, Jacob Straw will, Westmoreland County, Film Series: Volume: 1, Page: 44, Will 94, Film 1316409, Will016
  2. [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. 75, gives 1838 as year of death
  3. [S1421] E. H. C, The Zanesville Daily Courier, Zanesville, Ohio, Early History of Zanesville: Frederick Betz, James McGuire, William Stintson, Page: p. 1, col. 2, This source says he died in either 1836 or 1840
  4. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, W: 168-169, William Stinson to Asa R. Cassidy, 15 May 1839, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed July 2011)
  5. [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. 75
  6. [S1421] E. H. C, The Zanesville Daily Courier, Zanesville, Ohio, Early History of Zanesville: Frederick Betz, James McGuire, William Stintson, Page: p. 1, col. 2
  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. 75, gives arrival in Zanesville as 1806
  8. [S1421] E. H. C, The Zanesville Daily Courier, Zanesville, Ohio, Early History of Zanesville: Frederick Betz, James McGuire, William Stintson, Page: p. 1, col. 2, Gives arrival in Zanesville as 1805
  9. [S1427] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Books, Jacob Straw will, Westmoreland County, Film Series: Volume: 1, Page: 44, Will 94, Film 1316409, Jacob Straw Will, p. 44, will 94; Will016
  10. [S1181] 1820 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M33, roll 92, William Stit-son household; OHMusk201
  11. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, W: 167-168, Daniel Convers to William Stinson, 30 June 1823, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  12. [S1190] 1830 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, William Stinson household, p. 291; OHMusk301

Emery Stacy Shroyer

M, #32, b. 16 January 1905, d. 20 February 1989

Parents

FatherOlen J. Shroyer (b. 26 November 1869, d. 3 January 1958)
MotherNellie Elizabeth Stacy (b. 4 November 1879, d. 29 November 1969)
Shroyer, Emery at Firestone

Biography

Emery Stacy Shroyer was born on 16 January 1905 in Weston, Wood County, Ohio.1 He and Beatrice Royston Cochran were married on 2 August 1941 in the Cochran family home, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2,3,4 Emery Stacy Shroyer died on 20 February 1989, at age 84, in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona.5 He was buried in Mountain View Memorial Gardens (Mesa), Maricopa County, Arizona.6
He was a warrant clerk for the Ohio State Highway Department in Columbus.7 He was for many years an engineer with Firestone in Akron, Ohio.8 He graduated from in Weston School, Weston, on 1 May 1918.9 He graduated from in Weston High School, Weston, on 23 May 1922.10 He graduated from in Bowling Green State Normal College, Bowling Green, Ohio, on 25 July 1929.11,12 Emery appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 21 April 1940 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, as a boarder in the household of Emma Aston.7 He was an industrial engineer with Smith, Henchman, and Gales Co. in 1945 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. He was a math and science teacher at Philo High School to 1947 in Philo, Muskingum County, Ohio.13 He retired from Firestone in 1968 in Akron, Summit County, Ohio.8 He began traveling in an Airstream travel trailer. in August 1968.14 He traveled by Airstream caravan to attend the summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, in October 1968.14 After several years, they moved to Arizona. They lived near Apache Junction and spent summers near Show Low.15 He and Beatrice Royston Cochran resided in Show Low, Navajo County, Arizona, between 1976 and 1989 They had a summer residence in their Airstream travel trailer at Ponderosa Shadows.15,16,17 Emery Stacy Shroyer and Beatrice Royston Cochran resided in near Apache Junction, Arizona, between 1981 and 1989 at N. 113 Way #43 which was in an Airstream park.15
Last Edited14 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1431] Birth certificate, Emery Stacy Shroyer, File Number: v. 4 p. 246
  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. [S1537] Arizona Department of Health Services, Death certificate, Emery S. Shroyer, Arizona
  6. [S1503] Mountain View Memorial Gardens Certificate of Ownership, Cemetery Lot Ownership, Emery and Beatrice Shroyer, 5601
  7. [S952] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Franklin County, population schedule, Film T627, Columbus, ED 93-255, sheet 61A, p. 3543, household 71, line 12; Emery Schroyer entry
  8. [S2061] Personal knowledge of Barbara Shroyer, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE].
  9. [S1565] Grade school diploma, Weston School, Weston, Ohio, Emery Shroyer
  10. [S1477] High school diploma, Weston High School, Weston, Ohio, Emery Shroyer
  11. [S1306] Fifteenth July Commencement Bowling Green State College, graduation program, Emery S. Shroyer B.S. in Education
  12. [S1478] College diploma, Bowling Green State Normal College, Bowling Green, Ohio, Shroyer, Emery
  13. [S2060] Ohio. Zanesville, Times Recorder, "Philo Schools To Open Today ," 2 September 1947; digital images.
  14. [S1815] Shroyer, Emery and Beatrice, Ledger of Travel Expenses, Present Owner: Barbara Shroyer, Location: U.S. and Mexico, Second Location: Peoria, Arizona
  15. [S1405] Shroyer, Barbara, Int Shroyer, Barbara
  16. [S1974] Ponderosa Shadows membership record paper. 30 March 1976. Privately held by Barbara Shroyer.
  17. [S2275] Ponderosa Shadows Inc, accessed 1 Dec 2016), Ponderosa Shadows Park History 1976-1979, compiler Annette Seedorf

Christopher Brent Cochran

M, #38, b. 22 March 1947, d. 5 August 2009

Parents

FatherCharles Brent Cochran (b. 1 September 1913, d. 19 May 2004)

Biography

Christopher Brent Cochran was born on 22 March 1947.1 He died on 5 August 2009, at age 62, in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.1
He was married and had two children ...
Last Edited12 April 2018

Citations

  1. [S617] Obituaries, Christopher Cochran obituary, Van Henkelum Funeral Home, http://www.vanhenkelum.com/obits

John Royston Bozman

M, #50, b. 5 March 1807, d. 22 March 1890

Parents

FatherWilkes Bozman (b. 14 August 1776, d. 4 May 1855)
MotherMary Royston (b. 24 September 1785, d. 25 March 1818)

Family 1: Eliza Brady (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)

SonWilkes Edward Bozman+ (b. 8 August 1831, d. 28 April 1898)
DaughterAnna Bozman (b. 26 March 1833, d. 10 August 1838)
DaughterMary Royston Bozman+ (b. 10 December 1834, d. 27 April 1907)
SonCleason B. Bozman+ (b. 22 January 1837, d. 10 August 1907)
DaughterAnna Liza Bozman+ (b. 15 April 1839, d. 13 January 1892)
DaughterFrances Ruth Bozman (b. 11 November 1841, d. 17 January 1849)
SonJohn Bozman (b. 8 December 1843, d. 6 September 1848)
DaughterHadassah Jane Bozman (b. 28 April 1846, d. 2 December 1850)

Family 2: Nancy Jane Glass (b. 25 November 1831, d. 14 January 1870)

DaughterIsabelle Bozman (b. 11 January 1857, d. 22 August 1931)
DaughterElizabeth Bozman+ (b. 11 February 1860, d. 8 May 1915)

Family 3: Margaret Oliver (b. about 1835, d. 30 January 1892)

DaughterElla Bozman (b. 26 August 1873, d. 7 November 1883)
Bozman, John R.

Biography

John Royston Bozman was born on 5 March 1807 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1,2 He and Eliza Brady were married on 17 August 1830 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3,4 John Royston Bozman and Nancy Jane Glass were married on 27 May 1856 in Morgan County.5,6 John Royston Bozman and Margaret Oliver were married on 31 December 1872 in Morgan County, Ohio.7 John Royston Bozman died on 22 March 1890, at age 83, in his home, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.8 He was buried on 28 March 1890 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.9,10
He was at various times listed as farmer, trader, butcher, drover, and grazing and driving stock. He was generally involved with stock and as a drover had driven cattle to eastern markets an estimated fifty times.11,12,13,14,2,15 After John's mother died in 1818, the family moved to Morgan County, Ohio, in18192 John was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of one male 20 to 30 and one female 15 to 20.16 He lived in 1830 in Morgan County, Ohio. This was a farm about three miles from McConnelsville. It was probably the property that his father had given him at age 212,11 He moved to to McConnelsville, Morgan County, in about 1835.2 He moved to McConnelsville 1835. John remained there for the rest of his life2 John was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of 1 male under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10, and 1 female 20-30.17 He was a drover in 1840 in Morgan County, Ohio. He was in the droving business over forty years. "He was the oldest and most experienced drover in this section of Ohio, having driven the first and last drove of cattle out of this county"18 John witnessed the will of Mary Bozman on 4 December 1841. The will stated she was "of Brooke County" and was witnessed by William H. Bozman and John Royston Bozman. She left bequests to Thomas Kelly, Eliza Cotton, Wilkes B. Richardson, Reynolds Steen, Susanna Steen, Karenhappuch Steen, and Frances Richardson.19 John appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with his children Wilkes, Mary, Cleason, Anna, and Hadassah.20 John was named as an executor for the will of Wilkes Bozman on 30 March 1855 in Morgan County, Ohio.21 He was a farmer and trader in 1860.13 John and Nancy appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 11 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with children Cleason, Anna, Isabelle, and Elizabeth.22 He was grazing and driving stock in 1870.12 John appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 9 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with his daughters Isabelle and Elzabeth and his housekeeper Margaret Oliver.23 He signed a will on 2 August 1873. He added a codicil 29 November 1875 including his daughter Ella as an heir.24 John and Margaret appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded in 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their daughter Ella and John's daughters Isabelle and Elizabeth.25 He had an estate probated on 31 March 1890 in Probate Court, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.24
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Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1433] The Morgan Link: McConnelsville Herald, Friday, March 28, 1890: Death of John R. Bozman after Four Score Years and Three of Active Life, Vol. 4, p. 142
  3. [S51] Ohio Genealogical Society, Muskingum County Chapter, Muskingum County, Ohio Marriages Book 1, 1803-1818: and Muskingum County, Ohio Marriages Book 2, 1818-1835, Book II p. 7 John R. Bozman and Eliza Brady, Aug. 19, 1830 by W. Sedwick
  4. [S1807] The Holy Bible, Family Bible Records, originally owned by Cochran, Hugh M. and Mary R.
  5. [S1316] Morgan Herald: Bozman-Glass marriage, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, microfilm 28437, John R. Bozman - Jane Glass marriage
  6. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, John R. Bozman and Jane Glass, 27 May 1856, Morgan County, Ohio
  7. [S73] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: E, Film Number: 0910658, 368, #1192, John R. Bozman and Margaret Oliver, 1872; OHMorgMarrE
  8. [S1505] Morgan County Deaths, Death Records, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910655, Volume 1, FHL film 0910655, 226, John R. Bozman, 1890
  9. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, John R. Bozman tombstone
  10. [S1433] The Morgan Link: McConnelsville Herald, Friday, March 28, 1890: Death of John R. Bozman after Four Score Years and Three of Active Life, Vol. 4, p. 142 (Source of day)
  11. [S1884] Bozman, Chris, Re: John R. Bozman obituary, message board, Subject: John Royston Bozman, Bozman, Url: http://boards.rootsweb.com/mb.ashx?q=bozman
  12. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John R. Bozman household, p. 168A, dwelling 144, family 154
  13. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, John R. Bozman household, p. 302, dwelling 351, family 351
  14. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John R. Bozman household, p. 252, dwelling 274
  15. [S50] US Census, Record Type: U.S. Census, John R. Bozman household, Morgan Co., Ohio; 1850, 1860, 1870
  16. [S1139] 1830 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, John Bozman household, p. 92 (1 male 20-30 and 1 female 15-20); OHMorg303
  17. [S1150] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M704, roll 417, John R. Bozman household; OHMorg401
  18. [S1433] The Morgan Link: McConnelsville Herald, Friday, March 28, 1890: Death of John R. Bozman after Four Score Years and Three of Active Life, Vol. 4
  19. [S722] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Mary Kelly will, Volume: 0, Page: 123, Film 910663
  20. [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
  21. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664
  22. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, John R. Bozman household, p. 302, dwelling 351, family 351; OHMorg601
  23. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John R. Bozman household, p. 168A, dwelling 144, family 154; OHMorg701
  24. [S1881] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, John R. Bozman will, Volume: 4, Page: 369-375, Film 2293875, Will019
  25. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, John R. Bozman household, ED 142, p. 32, dwelling 212, family 236; OHMorg801