Person:Robert Cowan (35)

m. 20 Mar 1822
  1. Sarah Ann Cowan1825 - 1866
  2. Robert Cowan1827 - 1897
  3. Jacob Cowan1829 - 1907
  4. Alexander Cowan1831 - 1911
  5. John Cowan1833 - 1900
  6. Louisa Susong Cowan1833 - 1907
  7. Hardin Cowan1835 - 1882
  8. James Susong Cowan1837 - 1885
  9. George Rutledge Cowan1839 - 1887
  10. Mahlon Susong Cowan1841 - 1924
  11. Mary Ellen Cowan1844 - 1882
  12. Jessee Cowan
m. 17 Feb 1848
  1. William Rutledge Cowan1850 - 1921
m. 12 Aug 1851
  1. Mary V. Cowan1852 - 1931
  2. Annah L Cowan1854 - 1915
  3. James A. M. Cowanabt 1856 -
  4. John Alexander Cowan1858 - 1939
  5. Dorothy Alice Cowan1860 - 1934
  6. Ella Flora Cowan1864 - 1936
  7. Infant Cowan1870 - 1870
  8. Infant Cowan
Facts and Events
Name[2] Robert Cowan
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] 31 Jan 1827 Bristol, Sullivan, Tennessee, United States
Marriage 17 Feb 1848 Virginia, United StatesHome of Father Thomas McConnell
to Mary Jane McConnell
Marriage 12 Aug 1851 Missouri, United Statesto Margaret Elizabeth Hailey
Residence[3] 1 Jul 1870 Greenfield, Dade, Missouri, United States
Occupation[3] 1 Jul 1870 Greenfield, Dade, Missouri, United StatesFarmer
Death[1] 26 Apr 1897 Dade, Missouri, United States
Burial[1] Morris Cemetery, North Morgan, Dade, Missouri, United States

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Sources

Exerpt. History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, and Barton Counties, Missouri, 1889, pg 801-02 for Robert S Cowan (see note below)
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Robert S Cowan, in Find A Grave.
  2. Biographical Sketch of Robert Cowan, in Goodspeed Publishing Company, and Dade County Historical Society. History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, and Barton counties, Missouri: from the earliest time to the present, including a department devoted to the preservation of sundry personal, business, professional, and private records; besides a valuable fund of notes, original observations, etc., etc. (Chicago [Illinois]: Goodspeed, 1889), Pgs 801-802.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Dade, Missouri, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 1 Jul 1870, Primary quality.

Note: This Robert did not use the initial S. The Goodspeed's History shows only Robert Cowan as does his tombstone. Robert S is Robert Shelby, son of George Rutledge Cowan.