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My ancestors came to this country from Scotland, Ireland, England and France. The first to arrive were Francis Cooke & John Howland aboard the Mayflower in 1602. They endured enormous hardships after arriving in this new country but both lived long lives. Other ancestors followed, they migrated through Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky before arriving in Ohio, some remained while others never losing their adventurous spirit, continued their move westward into Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and beyond. These pages are dedicated to these pioneer men and women that were farmers, soldiers, gunsmiths, blacksmiths, business owners, public servants, lawyers & doctors that helped build this country.

 
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