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Re: COGBURN or Cockburn
Posted by: David Grobe Date: November 01, 2001 at 10:45:05
In Reply to: COGBURN by David Pike of 299

Your surname may indeed be Cogburn, but the records of Martin co contain many, many Cockburn names, and that name was in this area as early as the 1755 Tyrrell co tax list.


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