Family History


My great grandfather Jacob Cochran told the family that his ancestors came from Scotland, so we work from there. History records show a Captain Alexander Cochran in the American Revolution and Land Records show an Alexander and a William Cochran receiving Military Lands in Ohio 1820.  They are the only two Cochrans in Guernsey Ohio at the time while other Cochrans are settling in other counties.  About 1882 Jacob became the first Homesteader of Hilly City in Graham Kansas.  His monument style tombstone is made of Zinc and it is told they were a family of Miners, as well as farmers.  There are also stories of his grandparents in Ohio, sharing food with Indians, and starting schools.

As the Cochrans marry, the new limbs and branches of the family tree begin with many new names to research and locate their place of origin and where they first settled in America.

  • Jacob's Grave (14 KB)
    J. B. Cochran born 1822 buried at Hill City Cemetery in Kansas. He had left Guernsey Ohio after the Civil War to explore the Iowa Territory for a few years, then migrated into KS in 1882.
  • Jacob's Military Registration (121 KB)
    J. B. Cochran born 1822 to William Cochran and Martha Henderson served in the Civil War. Some say that two of his brothers went into Canada and never returned.
  • 1821 William Cochran (35 KB)
    Land
  • 1830 Alexander Cochran (202 KB)
    Census shows he obviously had a son named Jacob residing next to him so now we know why the other son William named a child Jacob.
  • 1830 Alexander Cochran the younger son (189 KB)
    Census shows he lived close to brother William on the next page from their father and the Henderson families are all around them.
  • 1930 son of Jacob (901 KB)
    Family moved to Kansas
  • Fuller Tombstone (75 KB)
    Loss of Uncle Larry
  • Researchers (171 KB)
    Generations

    Most of them did serve in the American Revolution and records are found in the DAR file.  Copies can be ordered for our personal home records.  Then of course there was the Civil War and many other battles but our families were very patriotic and protected this nation.

    Grandpa Jacob's daughter Elzira wrote a letter about their journey from Ohio to Iowa and then about his journey to Kansas in 1882.   Just type Elizira into the search box to read it.

    My mother's Carter lineage has been traced to two men who came on the Mayflower, Edward Doty and Samuel Fuller and my files includes a copy of the actual papers from the Mayflower.  Most of her lineage worked it's way down the east coast into Alabama by 1820 with many connections to the Indian Tribes they encountered.

    Ironically some of my dad's ancestors were in South Carolina 1790 at the same time that my mother's ancestors were residing there, plus some found in Virginia or Maryland 1600s history.

    Finding Our Ancestors
     

    Dad's Kansas families:

  • Eunice Cochran (26 KB)
    Jacob's granddaughter
  • Jacob Cochran (462 KB)
    1860
  • Jacob and first wife (380 KB)
    1870 Iowa
  • 1820 (448 KB)
    Oxford in Guernsey Ohio
  • Jacob on right (34 KB)
    Frank D on Left
  • Jacob's second wife (102 KB)
    Grandmother's Obit
  • Jacob (121 KB)
    Military
  • Jacob's Tombston (14 KB)
    made of zinc
  • 1930 (1097 KB)
    Jacob's son Frank D Cochran and wife Luella near her sister Ruth Coonfield Bates, census includes Frank L. Cochran b 1927
  • Records
  • Cochran to Miller, Parker, Tefft
  • Southern Branches
  • Grandmother Cochran
  • Mama Cochran
  • Page One (1121 KB)
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  • Research Files (791 KB)
    Regarding their widespread lineage and contributions from many others involved in the study of the families of Jacob.
  • Page Two (1148 KB)
    2
  • Genealogy (3 KB)
    Links
  • Jacob (14 KB)
    Family History
  • Frank (32 KB)
    Family History
  • Alice (71 KB)
    Family History
  • Cochran (58 KB)
    Family History
  • Cochran Documents (55 KB)
    Family History
  • Cochran Documents (557 KB)
    Family History
  • Page One (1121 KB)
    Studying the many families connected to the descendants of Jacob Benjamin Cochran of Ohio, Iowa and Kansas
  • http://www.genealogy.com/users/c/o/c/Mrs-Cochran/
  • http://www.genealogy.com/users/c/o/c/Miss-Cochran/
  • Dad on the Job
  • http://www.genealogy.com/users/b/r/o/Kat-Brooks-AL/FILE/0041page.html

    Mother's Montgomery Alabama, Early Settlers in the 1820s

    and old documents and records and files including military papers.

    Notes

    Bible Records

    Broken Arrow

    Isaac Coonfield Tombstone

    Bozeman Cousins

    Mordecai's son Peter migrated to Montgomery Alabama, while his son John migrated to Mississippi. Peter's son William Henry is our common ancestor.

    Philemon's Lewis Bozeman born 1819 was found in Covington County while other lines were found in Dallas County in Alabama. Their ancestors are found in the South Carolina Roster and the Colonial Soldiers of the South.

    Philemon's father John Lewis Bozeman may be the brother of Mordecai.

    Many documents have been gathered and posted within the webpages, to share with our cousins who wish to continue our research in Alabama.

    Mordecai Bozeman and sons (6 KB)
    Account being audited for claims of Am Rev War

    Peter Bozeman (36 KB)
    Peter had married Sarah Brown in 1786, having three daughters on the 1790 census followed by sons Meade, William Henry, Jesse M. Peter E,- Ellen married Vincent Joiner, Lucy married Sterling Campbell and the third daughter has not been found unless she was at the estate sale in one of those other familiar names like Seller, Mason, Watkins or Stacie or Campbell.


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  • John Thomas Bozeman, son of Peter Edward (386 KB)
    Born 1866 in Dublin Alabama, married Alice Stephens and had my great granny, Lorena Emma Bozeman - John was the son of Nancy Jane Anderson and Peter Edward Bozeman. His grandparents were Martha Hill and William Henry Bozeman who migrated from Darlington South Carolina about 1826. The Andersons and Bozemans lived next to each other in Hope Hull 1830 with Peter Edward being born in 1834. When William died, Martha Hill Bozeman moved to Dublin near her brother John Hill, who created the Hills Chapel School and Church........ After the Civil War Peter and Nancy bought land in Ramer/ Dublin area along the Meriweather Trail close to John Hill. John Hill donated land for their family cemetery which I visited, and he donated land for the Hills Chapel Church and another cemetery across from it where John T Bozeman is buried.
  • WWI Charles McClain (36 KB)
    his birth date is wrong, should be 1886 but it shows his wife as Lorena Bozeman. Charles was the son of Elizabeth Broadway and Josiah Marion McClain's who's families migrated from South Carolina into Georgia, then Alabama. Josiah descends from Elizabeth Moon and Charles McClain of 1750s Virginia. Elizabeth Moon had named a son Josiah and his son James had married an indian woman called Anna - Anna had a son named Josiah. I have seen three different dates of birth for grandpa Charlie but they had very little education, some could not read nor write at all, so the numbers are often mixed up. His mother Elizabeth was the daughter of Mary Stephens and Abner Broadway, and when Josiah died about 1897, she remarried to John Gardner of Dublin. Elizabeth and John and Charlie are found on the 1900 census, then again in 1910 with Lorena.
  • 1837 Grandpa Abner Broadway Land Record (58 KB)
    Montgomery, Alabama. Grandpa Abner and Grandma Nancy migrated from South Carolina.
  • 1834 Grandpa Elisha Anderson (207 KB)
    Land Record in Alabama
  • 1823 Uncle John Bozeman (32 KB)
    Land Record - Peter's brother went to Mississippi
  • Mordecai 1 (40 KB)
    Receipt of payment for service in the American Revolution - he is also listed online in the South Carolina Archives under the Roster of the Continental Army serving in the Militia.
  • Mordecai2 (52 KB)
    Receipt of pay for his services in the American Revolution.
  • Peter Bozeman captured in Am Rev (107 KB)
    1779 article from SC Archives - the surname spelling varies but these people could not read so it just didn't matter. Peter and his wife Sarah signed with only an X mark on various documents. Peter was the son of Mordecai and moved his family to Alabama about 1826
  • 1824 Lewis Bozeman (197 KB)
    Land Record
  • Grandma Lorena Bozeman McClain (11 KB)
    1941 she was mother of Alice McClain Carter and raised the children of Alice ( Cecil Jr, Anne Alice, William Lawrence) Lorena was wonderful to visit, churning butter, sewing quilts, gardening, and read her Bible daily, having a very special gift of healing.
  • John in Mississippi 1830 (43 KB)
    Rev War Soldier could be the brother of Peter or the son of Mordecai - Mordecai's lineage had not been researched until this decade. I see that his son James remained in Darlington SC but John did not and Peter did not. John and Peter may have married indian women and migrated into Alabama and John moved on into Mississippi which was at that time Choctaw Nation. John and Peter both had difficulty after their migration proving that they had served in the American Revolution even though it is recorded where they got paid in 1785
  • Civil War - Bozeman (16 KB)
    Peter Edward Bozeman married Nancy Jane Anderson
  • Civil War - Seaborne Anderson (16 KB)
    Nancy Jane's father served along with his brothers and father - some of this family died in the War - Seaborne was the great grandfather to Lorena Bozeman McClain - Seaborne's great grandfathers served in the American Revolution.
  • Civil War - Josiah Marion McClain (70 KB)
    Lorena Bozeman McClain's father in law was married to Elizabeth Broadway - He had deserted his first wife Julia King in Georgia and joined the Civil War in Alabama. He was wounded. He married or lived with Elizabeth having two girls around 1870 who died but had Charles Allen McClain in 1886 . Josiah died soon after. Josiah's mother was known as Anna and his father was James McClain who might have also served in the Civil War. It is believed that Josiah's mother was native american - Charlie McClain was a very dark tiny man and very spiritual and faithful.  Julia filed application to the Indian Nation.
  • Civil War - Thomas Randolph Carter (9 KB)
    son of John Wise Carter and "Elizabeth", Thomas married Lacy Jane Bozeman first and Mary Josephine Hereferd second. Mary had a daughter named Sarah Elizabeth Carter who married Levi Benjamin Cooper. Grandfathers of Thomas served in the American Revolution.
  • Tennessee (21 KB)
    Peter, sonm of William
  • 1911 Grandma (11 KB)
    Lorena McClain
  • Alice (78 KB)
    Alice Lorena Stephens
  • 1930 Grandma (19 KB)
    Alice McClain
  • Jesse (34 KB)
    1793 Jesse M. Bozeman ( M? Mordecai? )
  • 1840 Josiah McClain (89 KB)
    Grandpa
  • 1850 Abner and Nancy Broadway (138 KB)
    Grandpa
  • 1829 (1426 KB)
    Estate Audit appraised by John Stacy and Benjamin Lewis, knowing that John Stacy married a Bozeman, wondering now if Benjamin did also.
  • dar (742 KB)
    cousin
  • Gilliadazer (124 KB)
  • 1851 Gilly Goodson (753 KB)
    .
  • PEB 1834 (69 KB)
    Aunt Gilly
  • ALB (1351 KB) Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman
  • 1822 (476 KB)
    Peter
  • 1824 (3012 KB)
    Peter
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  • Lorena's daughter Alice Emma married Carter
  • Anne Carter in 1940 (37 KB)
    school days at Capitol Heights, they moved around, Maryland Avenue, and Yougene Streets, attending Highland Avenue Church of Christ but some old letters from the 1950s talk about church on Saturdays so they must have switched religions at some point.
  • Anne's Lineage * Anne wed Frank Cochran in Alabama and he came from Kansas  *
  • continued... 
  • Anne's daughter married Brooks who also connected to T R Carter
  • Charles Allen McClain (74 KB)
    Photo taken about 1925 of Great Grandpa and son Walton, son of Lorena. Charles and Lorena farmed on Hickory Grove in Ramer and Charles is buried at the Dublin Church of Christ nearby.
  • Nancy Jane Anderson Bozeman (67 KB)
    Widow's application - She was Lorena's grandmother and took them in when Lorena's mother died and the children were all very little.
  • Mary Ella Thornton Brooks (6 KB)
    with spouse James Edgar Brooks. Mary's parents were Bessie Mae Hood and Milton Elijah Thornton
  • Granny Luella Coonfield Cochran (17 KB)
    her sister is on the left. daughters of Lattie Cedonia Little and Benjamin Wallace Coonfield - Lattie's parents were Catherine Crigler and John Wright Little of Shepherdsville Kentucky and John was in the Civil War
  • Great Granny Lattie Cedonia Little Coonfield (309 KB)
    1887 with husband Benjamin Wallace Coonfield; his parents were Martha Frances Young and Benjamin Wylie Coonfield ( a son of Isaac )
  • Anne Alice Carter Cochran (24 KB)
    1940 she married Frankie Lavern Cochran, a son of Luella, in 1951 - Anne's parents were Alice Emma McClain and Cecil Earl Fenn Carter. parents of Alice were Lorena Bozeman and Charles McClain. Parents of Cecil were Anna Lou Stone and William Franklin Fenn
  • Bob Bozeman, brother of Lorena (50 KB)
    son of Ellen Bean and John Thomas Bozeman in Ramer - When I visited the Hills Chapel Church at Dublin, three of Uncle Bob's daughters met with us and showed us the graves behind the church. Bob's daughter Hazel joined the DAR in 2008 based on the Bozeman lineage traced back to Peter of Darlington who settled here about 1826-7.
  • Nancy Bozeman, sister of Lorena (765 KB)
    child of Ellen Bean and John Thomas Bozeman
  • Granny Martha Frances Young Coonfield (272 KB)
    mother of Ben, mother in law of Lattie, and the grandmother of Luella...The Young families traced to 1800 Tennessee and Kentucky
  • Brooks
  • Notes
  • Files
  • Church (2270 KB)
    1820s map.. built on my mom's grandfather's plantation
  • 1861 Capitol of Montgomery Alabama (1740 KB)
    Inauguration of Jefferson Davis. Did my ancestors attend? They sure fought in the war with him..
  • 1819 Court Square (137 KB)
    Selling Cotton My family was there.... My mom's family grew and sold cotton and hauled it to Dexter Avenue to sell and spent the night in a hotel that was probably one of the projects of Abner McGee.
  • 1886 (136 KB)
    Confederate Memorial Day in Montgomery
  • Lavinia's Great Granddaughters (56 KB)
    1970 Montgomery Capitol Kathy and Linda are cousins from the same granny Lavinia Jane
  • Surnames (26 KB)
    Names of Ancestors
  • Weblinks (8 KB)
    Other helpful webpages.
  • Thomas Carter (14 KB)
    Migration to Talladega
  • Family Links (18 KB)
    Webpages
  • List of Images (4 KB)
    Related Documents.
  • John Stephens and Hill (28 KB)
    by Pony HIll
  • Babies (38 KB)
    Family
  • Research (22 KB)
    Notes and Links
  • 1820 Henry KY (29 KB)
    Cline, Coonfield, Gray, Hogland in 1820 Henry County Kentucky
  • My Family (6 KB)
    links
  • Web Collection (45 KB)
    Many others involved in this research
  • *Notes (97 KB)
    Family Research
  • My Family (45 KB)
    links
  • Data (635 KB)
    Researching my native american ancestors includes several references to the Scrimpshire families who were indian by blood and had many connections to Indian Nation.
  • My Cousins (14 KB)
    Richard and William and Wayne
  • Data (645 KB)
    Research includes Westbrook and Grauer and Glass and Holt.
  • Carter Surname (50 KB)
    Post
  • Files (723 KB)
    Articles and links of interest
  • Carter Surname (22 KB)
    Captain John
  • Files and Records (202 KB)
    Followup
  • Smallpox Island (37 KB)
    Civil War
  • Files and Records (212 KB)
    Followup 2
  • Anderson Stephens Bozeman (30 KB)
    By Pony Hill
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    Collection of related notes
  • Weblinks (219 KB)
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  • Coonfield Lineage (115 KB)
    Thanks to Maxine
  • Family (66 KB)
    Westbrook Circle
  • Mama (700 KB)
    With Nubbie
  • MC (39 KB)
    Cousin
  • God Bless (34 KB)
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  • Mama's Aunt Ethel (95 KB)
    Good Neighbors
  • Tombstone of Sarah Tefft Parker 1821 (132 KB)
    Ashtabula Ohio Mother of Wanton Horatio Parker who had Mary Clara Parker Miller who had grandma Clora Jane Miller Cochran.
  • Peter 1 (2559 KB)
    Jesse
  • Hood (865 KB)
    Cain's Chapel
  • Peter 2 (1452 KB)
    Joiner
  • Uncle Powhatan (40 KB)
    Luella's cousin
  • Peter 4 (1153 KB)
    Wm Henry and Vincent Joiner
  • Frank's Mom (82 KB)
    Luella
  • Peter 3 (562 KB)
    Wm Henry Bozeman in 1822
  • Frank's Grands (103 KB)
    Sam and Bev
  • Peter 5 (1038 KB)
    Julian Joiner 1824 + Sons of Meady. Peter states he is giving land to his three grandchildren. Julian is the daughter of Vincent Joiner so he must have married Ellen Bozeman, the daughter of Peter. Peter states that Jesse and Peter are the sons of Meady, and these two boys are raised by Ellen and Vincent Joiner. The young Peter becomes known in history as Captain Peter Bozeman in the Mississippi Calvary during the Civil War.
  • Partridge (213 KB)
    SueCarol and Bev locating Grandma Partridge grave.
  • Peter 6 (1001 KB)
    Map of his land in 1822. This was four years before the great migration of the Bozeman families of Darlington into Montgomery, Alabama.
  • Family (699 KB)
    2006
  • KC (33 KB)
    KC
  • Family (667 KB)
    Westbrook Circle
  • AC (16 KB)
    Mother
  • Guestbook
  • Journey from TN to Texas and Alabama
  • Louisa Miranda Holt mother of Granny Ella Olivia Baxley Hood
  • Rev Guy Smith to Roxanna Smith Brooks
  • rGeorgia Vault of Records
  • Louisa Stacy Bozeman
  • Darlington Forum
  • Sarah Edwards Bozeman of Greenville
  • Bozeman Book Online
  • Dennis Bushyhead married a Schrimpshire
  • Burial of Pathkiller
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  • Chronicles of OKlahoma
  • Burial of Stand Watie
  • Will Rogers' mother was a Schrimshire sister
  • Early Settlers of Iowa Territory included many of our grands
  • Early Industry of Iowa Territory 1800s
  • Iowa's Dr. Wanton Horatio Parker in 1800s "Grandpa
  • Surnames
  • Carter ancestors
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  • JR
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  • Wealthy planter Peter Bozeman gives land to son and grands
  • 1822 planter Peter Bozeman gives land to son and grands
  • 1838 Peter's Estate to William Henry and others
  • 1832 William Henry witnessed the above sale to Jesse/Peter
  • Contents
  • 1949 Funeral of Grandpa Charlie in Dublin
  • 1933 burial of Grandmother Lattie Little
  • Coosa River Cemetery and Cains Chapel
  • Hills Chapel
  • Estate of William Henry Bozeman of Hope Hull from SC
  • Estate of Peter 1829
  • Estate of Peter 1829 - Sarah's X Mark
  • Tombstones of Hood and Baxley, Thornton, Partridge, Mamaw
  • Tombstones
  • Families of Peter Edward
  • Contents
  • Greenwood
  • Dublin Graves of Stephens, Bozeman, Hill on Hill Plantation
  • Hope Hull cemetery of Carter and Bozeman
  • Shiloh Church on the land / plantation that Peter owned 1827
  • Mom's grandfather William Henry
  • Grandpa Charles, the son of Mary Half Blood
  • 1830
  • C family group sheets in Arkansas
  • Marengo County
  • 1820
  • Hello
  • Cooper
  • 1840
  • Grandma's Relatives
  • Grandma's Relatives Land Records
  • Grandma's Relatives
  • 1800 About the parents of Jacob and his grandfathers.
  • "Military" Survey of their lands in Ohio
  • Thornton in 1930 on Park Avenue
  • Thornton Burials at Cains Chapel
  • Stokes - Carter Cemetery has Brewer, Bozeman, Carter, McGehe
  • Charles Weatherford Research
  •  Documents
  •  
    One fascinating tidbit of the history of Montgomery County during the Civil War is that my mother's ancestors were all over Ramer.  Ramer was the home of the first President of the Confederacy.  Did my family know Jefferson Davis?  Did they serve in the war with him?  Did they attend any parties at the White House?  Ramer had a train station and my family certainly did use it.  My family also traveled those bumpy dirt roads into Troy or into Montgomery to sell their crops on Dexter Avenue where the capitol was located.
    They grew up and intermarried or worked  with many popular names of our Alabama History.
     
     
     
    Most states are uploading information from their archives to the internet at places like usgenweb.com and of course the lds page at familysearch.org
    They are scanning pages of books which provide valuable data for our family tree. Some of those books are from the courthouses or probate offices so you get to read Marriage Records, Wills, Estate Sales,  Land Deeds, and Tax Records along with other interesting Court Records.  Estate Sales might even include slaves, which were also sold.  Often the slaves took on the last name of their owner.  Sometimes the slaves were Indian, and some Indians also owned slaves.
     
    The census images at ancestry.com give us names, ages, and locations of our ancestors but also their neighbors, who are often related.  These also provide the names of the neighbors who owned plantations nearby and those names sometimes offer quite a surprise, so keep on reading.
    A fire at the National Archives destroyed most of the 1890 census and other fires set by soldiers of the Civil War destroyed many Courthouses and their documents.
    These tragedies do cause brick walls in research.
     
     
    Images of Land Records
    Images of Civil War Soldiers' Files
    Images of Old Georgia Documents
    Records from South Carolina Archives
    Military Records at Nara.gov
    DAR catalog at www.dar.org
    free native american files at www.accessgenealogy.com
     
     

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    The first census available is 1790 so I began there locating my ancestors and followed their foot prints and wagon tracks as they migrated through 1800 - 1810 - 1820 - 1830.   1830 was the biggest relocation that I found as new lands and territories became available. The 1850 census was the first to include names of the wife and children.  Middle names were not often used by the early settlers but some who had middle names, preferred to use them instead of their first name and quite often, a nickname was used on many documents.  Therefore the search became a little bit difficult.
    Land Records might indicate the owner was a Homesteader or that he paid Cash or that it was a Military Land Grant, sometimes referred to as Bounty Land.
    Maps are available for a few of those old land deeds.
    Paying attention to the geographical region is very important.
     
    Books!  So much data can be found in old books, whether free to read online or some for sale on ebay.
    Reverend Alexander Miller is found in a book about Rockingham Virginia and it traces his descendant down to Clora Jane and my grandfather Frank Cochran
     
     
    Mordecai Bozeman and his son Peter are in the book "Sketches" and this file is created by the scans of my own copy of that book published in 1885.  A free copy is online on the LDS page at familysearch.org in their library resources.
     
    Some of my ancestors are mentioned in the Early History or Early Pioneers of some states, such as Captain Little in Kentucky, Coonfield in KY and Indiana and Arkansas, Fenn and Bozeman in Alabama.
     
    Then there are the DAR magazines and Genealogical Magazines with other valuable references to our grandfathers.
     


     

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    Ancestors of Frank Cochran 1927 - 1996
     
    From Pennsylvania the Cochrans migrated into Guernsey Ohio - only 2 found in this county while other Cochrans were also in the state.
     
     
    Dr. Parker's ancestors were in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York Indian Country before he was in Ohio and Illinois.  He migrated into Michigan Territory and then Iowa Territory.
     
    His granddaughter Clora Jane married Jacob Cochran about 1879 in Iowa.  Her mother Mary Clara Parker married James Madison Miller and Mary was said to have been a medicine woman but perhaps she was teaching the indians what she had already learned from her father.
     
     
    James Miller was the son of James T. Miller of Rockingham Virginia.
     
    1900 census of Clora Jane and children includes son Frank Delbert
     
     
     
     
    Clora Jane named a son Frank Delbert Cochran
     
     
     
     
    Frank married Luella Coonfield in Arkansas 1914
     
    1933 Frank Delbert's children at school
     
     
     
     
    Luella's son Frankie Lavern looked very much like her own father Ben Coonfield.
     
     
    Luella's mother was a mixed indian from Kentucky
     
    Her mother was being researched by many other cousins
     
     
     
    Daughters of Catherine G. Weatherford Wright married Hiram and Douglass Little in Kentucky
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Mary Lou, Darrell and Delores at Frankie's funeral
     
     
     
     
     
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    Frankie's firstborn in 1953 or 1954
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Frankie Jr.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
    William Henry Bozeman named a son Peter Edward and William's brother John Thomas did the same, so this photo is of John's son and his family who left Montgomery for Tennessee after the Civil War
     
    William's son married Nancy and served in the Shelby County Reserve during the Civil War and then farmed 40 acres of cotton in Dublin.  His lineage in Dublin to this date had no idea they were related to those down the road and apparently never asked until I met them in 2007.
     
    Nancy's son and his family includes my great grandmother Rena
     
     
    Louisa HOLT Baxley's father was apparently the founder of the little community called Holtville which is next to Slapout Alabama. Her husband James Baxley served in the Civil War and their daughter Ella Olivia Baxley married L. W. Hood of Cold Springs which is down the road a piece, and Ella's daughter was Bessie Mae "Bubber" who married Milton Elijah Thornton of Kowaliga, but found that on the census spelled as Kiliga. Milton's parents came from Georgia, Mary Angeline Partridge and Charles Thornton about the time of the Civil War. Milton's daughter married John Brooks.
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    My daughter learning to survey an old family cemetery found out in a cow pasture where her daddy's great great great grandfather Carter of the Civil War is buried on property that was purchased from my great great great grandfather. Carter's mother might have been native american. No marriage record is found, there is no record of this woman from South Carolina who gave her husband John Carter several children before they migrated into Talladega Alabama. It is unknown what brought Thomas from Talladega to Montgomery in the 1840s, he was a young man born in 1820 and able to pay for the land he purchased and his brothers followed, living nearby according to the census. His father may have gone back to South Carolina and gave them money to start their own farms in the capitol city of Montgomery.
     
     
     
     
    Mamaw's father Levi was the son of Sarah Lee
     
    Roxanna was the daughter of Thomas Smith and Caroline Bond and she married in 1860 to a John Brooks of Pennsylvania born 1837
    Annie married Roxanna's son John
     
    My daughter's inlaw's family history begins for her baby
     
    Her husband's great great grandfather James divorced his pregnant wife and moved back in with his father but remarried in 1870 and named a son Osceola.
     






     
     
     
     
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    Guffie writes that Jonas was the only son of George Little to come to Kentucky but that is incorrect, son John was there for a little while but went back to Tennessee.  Guffie could only write what he knew and he did not know much about their past history.  John is found on the early census of Kentucky near his family.
     
    The Little family is mentioned in other books about the History Of Kentucky and L. P. Little did extensive family research.  Mary Handley Douglass Little had grandfathers of Mason and Worthington who's descendants are included.
     
     
     
    Isaac Coonfield  also in Kentucky 1800
     
     
     
     
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    LAND RECORDS - check county formation at usgenweb.com
     
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    Not only do I research my parents and grandparents but I also look into my late husband's lineage because this ancestral research is for my children and all that this implies.  I have collected many documents to verify our lineage and many other websites  of interest usually pertaining to that time period and location of their residence at any given time.

    Martha Rich wife of Elijah Fann - daughter of Stephen Rich and "Abiah"
     
    Maury County, Tennessee Brooks, Bond, Ballard, Craig
     
    Elijah Anderson to Elisha Anderson, and Seaborn Anderson
     
     
    Julia McClain Chickasaw and Creek, 1896 Applications Julia King was 1st wife of Josiah McClain in Georgia  - he deserted her during the Civil War and their children
     
     
     
     
    MeridianL-R Son of Jonas Little and Betsy Douglass
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    Thomas and L Rich, 1896 Applications married Letty Fenn, daughter of Martha Rich Fenn !!!!
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    Banister Stone connects to our Moon - McClain families of Virginia who migrated into Spartanburg South Carolina by 1800
     
     
    Benjamin Durant in Alabama
     
     
    History writes that our Charles Weatherford was Scotch but it is not true, he was part indian from Virginia, son of Martin Weatherford.
     
    Pickett's History of Alabama and conversations with Durant
     
    Weatherford, Westbrook, Ward of Charlotte Virginia
     
     
     
    Tennessee and Alabama Cherokees and Chickasaw
    Creation of Madison County Alabama
    Map of Indian Territory
     
    Applications to Indian Nation
     
    Mississippi Territory
     
    Charles Allen McClain in 1910 with his stepfather and mom + his bride
     
    Charles Allen McClain in WWI in the Navy
     
     
     
    168  Ambrose BOSEMAN   June 1673  VPB 6 p469 300a being the head of a Creeke Called Queens Creeke be
         337  Tymothy FENN 10 October 1642  VPB 1 p840    300a in the Countie of Isle of Wight
    54   John HILL  1 April 1664  VPB 2 p4     200a UNF Ewd side of NW branch of Nansimond River
         55   John HILL Gent. 2 April 1644  VPB 2 p5         400a UNF W branch of Nansimond River
     
     
     






     





     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     




     





     

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    Jacob Benjamin Cochran born 1822 Ohio died in Kansas-Son of William-Grandson of Alexander Cochran...
     
     
    Clora Jane - descendant of Alexander Miller, daughter of James Miller and Mary Parker
     
    Frank Delbert was the son of Clora and Jacob. 
     
    The 1880 census of Iowa shows a grandson named Frank who was NOT our Frank Delbert.  The "grandson" must have been an illegitimate son of a daughter of Mariah and Jacob, and has never been heard from by my family.  Elzira was one of the daughters of Mariah and Jacob.
     
    Frank Delbert Cochran and Family
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Delbert's Siblings
     
    Delbert's son Frankie, by his wife Luella
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Author of this page
     
     
     
     
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    Cochran and Henderson in Ohio on same page
     
    Alexander and William Cochran with many Hendersons on one census page
     
     
     
    Thomas Cochran, Alexander Miller, Hugh Miller, John Gray
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Bernice at 91
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Tracy, Hogland, Cline, Fields, Stone, Wright
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    PHOTO of my grandmother Lattie
    Harrison and Benjamin live next to each other.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Isaac Newton Coonfield
     
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    Catherine Crigler Little holding Lattie
     
     
     
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FranksFamily/little-jonas-1840.jpg
     
    Hiram was the son of Jonas and Betsy Douglass Little.  Jonas was the son of George.
     
     
    Hiram and Catherine Wright Little had John Wright Little who married Catherine Crigler and had Lattie.  Lattie married Ben Coonfield and had Luella who married Frank Delbert Cochran.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Parents of John Fenn were Martha Rich and Elijah Fann
     
     
     
    Elijah's great great grandfather seems to be Henry Fann of Virginia, grandson of Mary Stone and John Fann of England.
     
     
    Brother of Elijah was Matthew and he settled in Eufaula AL on a large plantation.
     
     
     
    John married Emeline Harrell in GA and they moved to Alabama
     
     
     
    Johns' sister Letitia married Thomas Rich
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/fenn-letty-rich-1850-decaturga-namedsonelijah.jpg  take note that the name of the neighbors are Franklin and could be related.
     
     
     
     
    Emeline's son Madison A. Fenn moved to Texas, had no children and he was called Uncle Mat.
     
    Emeline's son Thomas moved to Texas.
     
    Emeline's daughter Ida married Murry
     
     
     
    Emeline's son William Franklin Fenn married Anna Lou Stone in 1893 and had six children before she left them all - here is a photo of four of them
     
    Anna was called Annie, then Annie Lee - It is unknown if she had more children with husband Dasher or husband Carter, but suspect she did, since she was only about 25 years of age when she divorced Fenn and their six children.
     
     
    Anna/Annie Stone Fenn remarried to Carter and Dasher.  Her son Cecil Carter married Alice McClain.  Annie's ex husband Wm Frank Fenn remarried to Eva Dakota.
     
    Cecil named his daughter Annie Lee Carter.
    Cecil named his first son Junior.
    Cecil named a son William Lawrence - but what brought on the Lawrence name...
     
     
    Annie's daughter Carrie/Caroline moved to Indian Nation
     
    Annie's son Robert Lee was in the Navy and moved to Chicago before returning to Alabama
    and is also buried by his brother Frank
     
    Census shows another son with Annie named Arthur Lee - Annie had a brother named Arthur
     
    Annie's nephew played baseball with the St Louis Cardinals in 1923 and she sent her boys pictures of Tige Stone.
     
     
    Abner Broadway married Nancy Simmons? of North Carolina and named a son Abner.
    Young Abner married Mary Susan Stephens in Ramer Alabama and had Elizabeth Broadway
    Elizabeth Broadway married Josiah Marion McClain and had Charles Allen McClain.  Charles married Lorena Bozeman and they had Alice McClain Carter.
     
    Lorena's parents were John Thomas Bozeman and Alice Lorena Stephens of Dublin/ Ramer area in Montgomery County Alabama.  Lorena's son Joe married a Georgia Lou Broadway.
     
    Parents of John were Nancy Jane Anderson and Peter Edward Bozeman of Dublin.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/anderson1850-martha-elijah-next2carter-bozeman-parmer.jpg
     
     

    Annie Stone's parents were Mary Ann Hendrick and Augustus Marvin Stone.  Mary Ann's mother was a Winters.
     
     
     
     
     
    Parents of Augustus "Gus" Stone were Benjamin Wilburn Stone and Sarah Ann Davies of GA - Ben's last name looks like Stowe on one census.
     
     
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/stone-1860-benjamin-.jpg  Sons of Benjamin were Joel, Charles and Augustus.  So did Benjamin have a brother named Charles??   If so there is an older Charles Stone who named his sons Tecumseh and Osceola....WOW
     
     
     
     
    Parents of Benjamin were Michael Stone of Maryland and Polly Wells of Putnam GA and after being in Alabama in 1850, most of the Stone families went back to Georgia
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/anniesgreatgrandma-stone-mrsmichaelstone-1870-putnamga.jpg  Michael and Polly had another son named William living by them on the 1850 census of Macon Alabama while their other son Charles was in Chambers Alabama, while suspecting John Stone of Putnam Georgia was also a son.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Christopher Hendrick was Annie Stone's grandfather who moved to Texas and he might have been named Christopher Columbus.
     
    Hendrick's mother was a Winters
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Annie Stone Fenns' son Cecil Earl took on the Carter name when she remarried in Macon GA.
     
     
    Annie's son Frank Junior and he served in WWI
     
     
    Annie also married a Mr. Dasher
     
    Alice McClain Carter's great grandfather Abner Broadway came from South Carolina
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/b-1860marthabroadwaytimmonsnext2abner
     
     
     
     
     

     
    Alice McClain Carter's maternal grandfather was John Bozeman
     
    John's great grandfather was Peter of North Carolina who settled in Hope Hull



    Nancy Jane Anderson's parents were Lavinia Jane Sellers and Seaborn Montgomery Anderson + Lavinia's mother was Levinia Anderson, Seaborn's Aunt....
     
     
     
    Nancy Jane's husband, Peter Edward Bozeman was the son of William Henry Bozemand and Martha Hill of Darlington South Carolina.  Wm and Martha both had fathers in the American Revolution who moved their families to Montgomery County Alabama.  Martha's brother John had a plantation in Dublin, founded Hills Chapel Church and cemetery, plus he had a family cemetery on his land where Peter is buried beside John's son R. L. Hill

    Then Peter Edward's brother married Nancy Hill
    Nancy Hill's brother William has their mother Charlotty living in his home on one census and take note that William has a  son name Luther Hill.
     
    Nancy Hill's husband John Bozeman served in the Civil War along with his brother Peter and their wives filed for a military Pension
     
     
    Peter Edward is also buried by his daughter in law, Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman.  Her parents were Sarah Mills and Joe C Stephens.  Joe was the son of Elisha and grandson of John of South Carolina
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/stephensnancyhilliard shows us Joe at age 4 living near Broadway, Gibson, and Jeffcoat.
     
    ..: From 1880 LDS census:
     
    Household:
     
     Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
     Joe C. STEPHENS   Self   M   Male   W   35   AL   Farmer   AL   AL
     Sarah STEPHENS   Wife   M   Female   W   34   AL   Keeping House   AL AL
     
    Alice STEPHENS   Dau   S   Female   W   13   AL      AL   AL
     Anna STEPHENS   Dau   S   Female   W   11   AL      AL   AL
     Luke STEPHENS   Son   S   Male   W   8   AL      AL   AL
     Jennie STEPHENS   Dau   S   Female   W   6   AL      AL   AL
     Jas. STEPHENS   Son   S   Male   W   3   AL      AL   AL
     Edgar STEPHENS   Son   S   Male   W   1   AL      AL   AL
     Geo. WILLIAMS   Other   D   Male   W   22   AL   Field Hand   AL   AL
     

    ...: ---------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------
    Source Information:
      Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama
      Family History Library Film   1254027
      NA Film Number   T9-0027
      Page Number   486D
     

    U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
    about J.C. Stephens
    Name: J.C. Stephens
    Side: Confederate 
    Regiment State/Origin: Alabama 
    Regiment Name: 4 Alabama Reserves 
    Regiment Name Expanded: 4th Regiment, Alabama Reserves 
    Company: H 
    Film Number: M374 roll 42 
     
     
    U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
    about J.C. Stephens
    Name: J.C. Stephens
    Side: Confederate 
    Regiment State/Origin: Alabama 
    Regiment Name: 23 Alabama Infantry 
    Regiment Name Expanded: 23rd Regiment, Alabama Infantry 
    Company: C 
    Rank In: Private 
    Rank In Expanded: Private 
    Rank Out: Private 
    Rank Out Expanded: Private 
     
     
     
    McClain -
     
    Alice Carter's ancestors of Virginia moved into Spartanburg SC before 1800
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/Files1/1800charlesmcclain-spartanburgsc  there is Charles with wife Elizabeth MOON and 3 sons and 3 daughters which would include our Josiah born 1788 before he moved into Georgia and had James.
     
    James McClain married "Anna" and had Josiah Marion McClain who had Charles Allen.
    Josiah Marion was in the Civil War and his wife Elizabeth Broadway filed for pension.
     
     
     
     
     
    Charles Allen McClain and Lorena raised the children of Cecil and Alice McClain Carter.

    Annie Lee Carter changed her name to Anne Alice, after her mother Alice McClain Carter. She also named a son Victor.  Annie Lee Carter had no knowledge of her daddy's mother nor the fact she was named after her.  Annie had no knowledge of her Fenn family heritage, only that they were somehow "kin" to her daddy - only when I ordered her daddys death certificate did we learn more.
     
     
     
    Parents of John Fenn were Martha Rich and Elijah Fann
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Brother of Elijah was Matthew and he settled in Eufaula AL on a large plantation.
     
     
     
    John married Emeline Harrell in GA and they moved to Alabama
     
     
     
    Johns' sister Letitia married Thomas Rich
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/fenn-letty-rich-1850-decaturga-namedsonelijah.jpg  take note that the name of the neighbors are Franklin and could be related.
     
     
     
     
    Emeline's son Madison moved to Texas, had no children and he was called Uncle Mat.
     
    Emeline's son Thomas moved to Texas.
     
    Emeline's daughter Ida married Murry
     
     
     
    William Fenn married Anna L Stone in 1893 and had six children before she left them all - here is a photo of four of them
     
     
    Anna/Annie Stone Fenn remarried to Carter and Dasher.  Her son Cecil Carter married Alice McClain.  Annie's ex husband Wm Frank Fenn remarried to Eva Dakota.
     
    Cecil named his daughter Annie Lee Carter.
    Cecil named his first son Junior.
    Cecil named a son William Lawrence - but what brought on the Lawrence name...
     
     
    Annie's daughter Carrie moved to Indian Nation
     
    Annie's son Robert Lee was in the Navy and moved to Chicago before returning to Alabama
    and is also buried by his brother Frank
     
     
     
    Annie's nephew played baseball with the St Louis Cardinals in 1923 and she sent her boys pictures of Tige Stone.
     
     
    Abner Broadway married Nancy Simmons? of North Carolina and named a son Abner.
    Young Abner married Mary Susan Stephens in Ramer Alabama and had Elizabeth Broadway
    Elizabeth Broadway married Josiah Marion McClain and had Charles Allen McClain.  Charles married Lorena Bozeman and they had Alice McClain Carter.
     
    Lorena's parents were John Thomas Bozeman and Alice Lorena Stephens of Dublin/ Ramer area in Montgomery County Alabama.  Lorena's son Joe married a Georgia Lou Broadway.
     
    Parents of John were Nancy Jane Anderson and Peter Edward Bozeman of Dublin.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/anderson1850-martha-elijah-next2carter-bozeman-parmer.jpg
     
     

    Annie Stone's parents were Mary Ann Hendrick and Augustus Marvin Stone.  Mary Ann's mother was a Winters.
     
     
     
     
     
    Parents of Augustus "Gus" Stone were Benjamin Wilburn Stone and Sarah Ann Davies of GA
     
     
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/stone-1860-benjamin-.jpg  Sons of Benjamin were Joel, Charles and Augustus.  So did Benjamin have a brother named Charles??   If so there is an older Charles Stone who named his sons Tecumseh and Osceola....WOW
     
     
     
     
    Parents of Benjamin were Michael Stone of Maryland and Polly Wells of Putnam GA and after being in Alabama in 1850, most of the Stone families went back to Georgia
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Christopher Hendrick was Annie Stone's grandfather who moved to Texas and he might have been named Christopher Columbus.
     
    Hendrick's mother was a Winters
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Annie Stone Fenns' son Cecil Earl took on the Carter name when she remarried in Macon GA.
     
     
    Annie's son Frank Junior and he served in WWI
     
     
     
     
    Alice McClain Carter's great grandfather Abner Broadway came from South Carolina
    http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/b-1860marthabroadwaytimmonsnext2abner
     
     
     
     
     

     
    Alice McClain Carter's maternal grandfather was John Bozeman
     
    John's great grandfather was Peter of North Carolina who settled in Hope Hull





    Annie Lee Carter changed her name to Anne Alice, after her mother Alice McClain Carter. She also named a son Victor.

     

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