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Christopher Columbus Cochran or C.C. Cochran
Posted by: James Parkhill (ID *****6098) Date: October 24, 2006 at 07:29:56
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I have found my wifes Great Grandfather C.C. Cochran. His full name was Christopher Columbus Cochran. He married Susan Ann London Jan. 24, 1866 in Marshall County County, Tennessee. He is listed in the 1880 &1990 Census Hunt County, He is listed in the 1910 Census Tom Green Co. Tx. In the 1930 Census Eastland County, Tx as living in household of John E. Tucker and wife Carrie. According to the San Angelo paper, Obituary states the following:
C.C. Cochran born June 8, 1846 was 89 years and 7 months old when he died Friday night Jan. 18, 1835 while visiting his daughter, Mrs. J.J. Hubbard at Kirkland, Texas. He was a resident of the state of Texas for 64 years, and had been living the last 17 years of his life wwith a granddaughter, Mrs. John Tucker at Carbon, Texas. He owned a farm at the Scherz Community in the San Angelo area from 1902 up to the time of his death. He was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church for 63 years. Pastor B.O. Wood officiated his funeral. Mrs. Cochran died in 1905. Their children were 3 sons and 4 daughters. John Cochran of Carbon,J.B. Cochran of Nimrod, Texas, C.B. Cochran of Nimrod, Texas, Minnie Cochran (Mrs. Minnie Ables) of Carbon, Texas, Mrs M.A. Jackson of Harriet, Texas and Mrs. Flona Scherz of San Angelo, Texas." Bessie Ila Cochran m. J.J. Hubbard. Bessie Ila Cochran was my wifes grandmother.
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