Cochran and Shroyer Families

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Margaret1

F, #5031, b. about 1806

Family: Samuel Cochran (b. 23 February 1795, d. 8 March 1856)

DaughterSarah Jane Cochran+ (b. 21 February 1836, d. 12 June 1925)
DaughterAlmira Anne Cochran (b. about 1842)
DaughterMary Catherine Cochran (b. about 1846)

Biography

Margaret was born about 1806 in Pennsylvania.1 She and Samuel Cochran were married.1,2
Samuel and Margaret deeded 71 acres on the "Waters of Buffalo Creek" to John McMurray on 2 March 1841 in Washington County, Pennsylvania. It borderd on property of Samuel McMurray3 Samuel and Margaret appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 24 September 1850 in McDonough County, Illinois, with Sarah, Almira, and Mary Catherine.4 Margaret appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 16 June 1860 in Scotland Township, McDonough County, Illinois, with Sarah, Almira, and Mary Catherine and James Hill and James Linsy who was likely Jonas Lindsey. James Hill and James Linsy who was likely Jonas Lindsey5
Last Edited22 June 2017

Citations

  1. [S752] 1850 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M432, Samuel Coshorn household, p. 277, dwelling 671, family 671
  2. [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
  3. [S783] Washington County, Pennsylvania deed records 2Z:358, Samuel and Margaret Cochran to John McMurray, 2 March 1841, FHL microfilm 862538, Samuel and Margaret Cochran "of Washington County, Pennsylvania and the township of Donegall"
  4. [S752] 1850 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M432, Samuel Coshorn household, p. 277, dwelling 671, family 671. There are Allison families recorded immediately before and after Samuel's family. The Allison's were from Washington County, Pennsylvania
  5. [S805] 1860 Census Illinois McDonough, U.S. census, llinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M653, Scotland Township, written p. 418, stamped p. 414, dwelling 2985, family 2904, Margaret Cochran household

Sarah Jane Cochran1

F, #5032, b. 21 February 1836, d. 12 June 1925

Parents

FatherSamuel Cochran (b. 23 February 1795, d. 8 March 1856)
MotherMargaret (b. about 1806)

Family: Jonas Lindsey (b. November 1835)

SonSamuel C. Lindsey+ (b. 12 October 1852, d. 3 September 1939)
SonAlbert Lindsey+ (b. 23 November 1858, d. 7 July 1942)
DaughterJemima Lindsey+ (b. 4 March 1863, d. 14 September 1918)
DaughterAlmira E. Lindsey+ (b. 5 August 1865, d. 29 May 1919)
DaughterOlive Jane Lindsey (b. about 1868)
DaughterIda May Lindsey (b. about 1871)

Biography

Sarah Jane Cochran was born on 21 February 1836 in Pennsylvania.1,2 She and Jonas Lindsey were married on 25 February 1855 in McDonough County, Illinois.3 Sarah Jane Cochran died on 12 June 1925, at age 89, in Chalmers Township, McDonough County, Illinois.2 She was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery (Industry Township), McDonough County, Illinois.2
Sarah was recorded on the 1860 US Census on 16 June 1860 in Scotland Township, McDonough County, Illinois, in the household of Margaret . James Hill and James Linsy who was likely Jonas Lindsey4 Jonas and Sarah appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 22 June 1870 in Scotland Township, McDonough County, Illinois, with Jemima, Samuel, Almira, Olive, and Albert and Sarah's mother Margaret.5 Jonas and Sarah appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 12 June 1880 in Scotland Township, McDonough County, Illinois, with their children Albert, Jemima, Samuel, Almira, Olive, and Ida, Sarah's mother Margaret, and a cousin William Vanatta and two adopted children John R. and Nancy J. Osburn, ages 9 and 6. and a cousin William Vanatta and two adopted children John R. and Nancy J. Osburn, ages 9 and 66 Jonas and Sarah appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 12 June 1900 in Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois, with their daughter Jemima and grandsons Benjamin andLawrence Bugg.7 Sarah appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 15 April 1910 in Macomb, McDonough County, with her daughter Jemima.8 Sarah appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 5 January 1920 in Macomb, McDonough County, with her daughter Olive.9
Last Edited17 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S752] 1850 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M432, Samuel Coshorn household, p. 277, dwelling 671, family 671
  2. [S804] Illinois Deaths 1916-1947, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Sarah Jane Lindsey, 12 June 1925, McDonough County
  3. [S1864] Illinois State Archives: Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763 to 1900, database, Illinois Secretary of State and State Archivist, http://www.ilsos.net/departments/archives/databases.html, Sarah Jane Cochrain and Jonas Lindsay, 26 February 1855, McDonough County
  4. [S805] 1860 Census Illinois McDonough, U.S. census, llinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M653, Scotland Township, written p. 418, stamped p. 414, dwelling 2985, family 2904, Margaret Cochran household
  5. [S806] 1870 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M593, Scotland Township, pp. 125-5, sheets 4-5, dwelling 29 family 27, Jonas Lindsey household
  6. [S808] 1880 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film T9, Scotland Township, ED 169, p. 544, sheet 9, dwelling 86, family 86, Jonas L. Lindsey household
  7. [S809] 1900 U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, Film T623, Macomb, ED 61, p. 203A, sheet 12, dwelling 207, family 289, Jonas Lindsey household
  8. [S810] 1910 U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film T624, Macomb, ED 56, sheet 1B, dwelling 25, family 27, Sarah Jane Lindsey household
  9. [S811] 1920 U.S. census, llinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film T625, Macomb, ED 68, sheet 2B, dwelling 42, family 44, Sarrah Linsey household

Almira Anne Cochran1

F, #5033, b. about 1842

Parents

FatherSamuel Cochran (b. 23 February 1795, d. 8 March 1856)
MotherMargaret (b. about 1806)

Biography

Almira Anne Cochran was born about 1842 in Pennsylvania.1
Almira was recorded on the 1860 US Census on 16 June 1860 in Scotland Township, McDonough County, Illinois, in the household of Margaret . James Hill and James Linsy who was likely Jonas Lindsey2
Last Edited17 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S752] 1850 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M432, Samuel Coshorn household, p. 277, dwelling 671, family 671
  2. [S805] 1860 Census Illinois McDonough, U.S. census, llinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M653, Scotland Township, written p. 418, stamped p. 414, dwelling 2985, family 2904, Margaret Cochran household

Mary Catherine Cochran1

F, #5034, b. about 1846

Parents

FatherSamuel Cochran (b. 23 February 1795, d. 8 March 1856)
MotherMargaret (b. about 1806)

Biography

Mary Catherine Cochran was born about 1846 in Iowa.1
Mary was recorded on the 1860 US Census on 16 June 1860 in Scotland Township, McDonough County, Illinois, in the household of Margaret . James Hill and James Linsy who was likely Jonas Lindsey2
Last Edited3 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S752] 1850 Census IL McDonough, U.S. census, Illinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M432, Samuel Coshorn household, p. 277, dwelling 671, family 671
  2. [S805] 1860 Census Illinois McDonough, U.S. census, llinois, McDonough County, population schedule, Film M653, Scotland Township, written p. 418, stamped p. 414, dwelling 2985, family 2904, Margaret Cochran household

Margaret Hughes1

F, #5035, b. about 15 May 1782, d. 30 November 1838

Family: Timothy M. Gates (b. 1 August 1777, d. 20 April 1844)

DaughterMalinda Gates+ (b. 17 September 1801, d. 4 March 1828)
SonStephen F. Gates (b. 1 November 1803)
DaughterMary M. Gates+ (b. 19 December 1805, d. 19 November 1839)
DaughterElizabeth E. Gates (b. 27 February 1807, d. 7 June 1828)
DaughterEmily G. Gates+ (b. 15 February 1810, d. 18 May 1871)
SonCharles C. Gates (b. 20 March 1812, d. 28 June 1840)
SonHoratio Gates (b. 3 June 1814)
DaughterHannah Gates (b. 1 October 1816, d. 8 December 1876)
SonJames M. Gates (b. 13 September 1817, d. 25 February 1860)

Biography

Margaret Hughes was born about 15 May 1782.2 She and Timothy M. Gates were married on 14 May 1800 in Washington County, Ohio.3 Margaret Hughes died on 30 November 1838.4 She was buried in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery (Bloomington), McLean County, Illinois.4
Timothy and Margaret were deed property on 20 January 1815 in Morgan County, Ohio.5 Timothy and Margaret deeded property to Caleb Wells on 2 July 1823 in Morgan County, Ohio.6 Timothy and Margaret deeded property to William Brown on 24 November 1825 in Morgan County, Ohio.7 Timothy and Margaret deeded property to Benjamin W. Conklins on 4 October 1830 in Morgan County, Ohio.8
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S233] Washington County, Ohio Historical and Genalogical Links: Marriage Records, Washington County, Ohio (1789-1823), Record Type: database, Nitsche, Debbie (Noland)http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/n/i/t/Debra-Nitsche/FILE/0049text.txt, Timothy Gates and Margaret Hughs by Wm Buraham JP 14 May 1800
  2. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Margaret Gates, Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, d. 30 November 1838, age 56 years 6 months 15 days
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Timothy Gates and Margaret Hughs, 14 May 1800; Waterford, Washington County, Ohio
  4. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Margaret Gates, Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, d. 30 November 1838
  5. [S769] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records Vol. A, FHL microfilm 0911074, 3, Timothy M.and Margaret Gaits to Samuel Gates
  6. [S769] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records Vol. A, FHL microfilm 0911074, 263-4, Timothy M. Gates and wife Margaret to Caleb Wells
  7. [S770] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records Vol. B, FHL microfilm 0911074, 66 amd 840, Timothy M. Gates and wife Margaret to William Brown
  8. [S772] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records Vol. D, Film Series: 0911074-0911100, FHL microfilm 0911075, 160, Timothy M. and Margaret Gates to Benj. W. Conklins

Stephen Gates1

M, #5036

Family: Mary Merrick (b. 27 April 1744)

SonTimothy M. Gates+ (b. 1 August 1777, d. 20 April 1844)

Biography

Stephen Gates and Mary Merrick were married on 19 December 1771 in Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts.2
He lived in Andover, Massachusetts.3 He was an assistant Capt. Benjamin Kimbal. the first settle of Bridgton, and came to in Bridgton, Cumberland County, Maine, in 1768.3 He had their intent to marry published in Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 17 August 1771. He was from Bridgton, Province of Maine and she was from Methuen2 Stephen was awarded a one hundred acre lot in June 1782 in Bridgton.4 Stephen was head of household on the 1790 US Census taken in Bridgetown, Cumberland County, Maine. The household consisted of with four males under 16, two males 16 or older and three females.5 He moved to Ohio 1790.6 He appeared on the census in 1800 in Waterford Township, Washington County, Ohio.7
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S768] Maine Births and Christenings, 1739 - 1900, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Timothy Gates, 1 August 1777; Gorham, Cumberland County, Maine
  2. [S1204] Family Search: Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1579-2001, images, Url: www.familysearch.org, Stephen Gates and Mary Merrick, 17 August 1771, marriage intent, Methuen. Stephen Gates and Mary Merrick, 19 December 1771, marriage, Methuen
  3. [S1192] Mitchell; Bean; Hartford, The Bridgton Town Register 1905: Family Search, Url: www.familysearch.com, accessed 2012, p. 7
  4. [S1192] Mitchell; Bean; Hartford, The Bridgton Town Register 1905: Family Search, Url: www.familysearch.com, accessed 2012, p. 11
  5. [S780] 1790 U.S. census, Maine, Cumberland County, population schedule, Film M637, roll 2, Bridgetown, p. 18, Stephen Gates household
  6. [S1192] Mitchell; Bean; Hartford, The Bridgton Town Register 1905: Family Search, Url: www.familysearch.com, accessed 2012, p. 23
  7. [S651] 1800 territorial census transcription, Ohio, Washington County, transcription, Johnson, Monty, USGenWeb, http://usgwcensus.org, Waterford Township, head of household, Stephen Gates entry

Mary Merrick1

F, #5037, b. 27 April 1744

Family: Stephen Gates

SonTimothy M. Gates+ (b. 1 August 1777, d. 20 April 1844)
BIR Merrick,Timothy'sKids

Biography

Mary Merrick was born on 27 April 1744 in Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 She and Stephen Gates were married on 19 December 1771 in Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts.1
She had their intent to marry published in Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 17 August 1771. He was from Bridgton, Province of Maine and she was from Methuen1
Last Edited1 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1204] Family Search: Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1579-2001, images, Url: www.familysearch.org, Stephen Gates and Mary Merrick, 17 August 1771, marriage intent, Methuen. Stephen Gates and Mary Merrick, 19 December 1771, marriage, Methuen
  2. [S1205] Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1579-2001, images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Methuen birth records vol. !:25 ((1716-1841); Mary Merrick, b. 27 April 1744; Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts. Parents: Timothy Merrick and Mary