Person:Robert Cowan (35)

Find records: marriage
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 "Susan" 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-Home of Father Thomas McConnellto 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, Bona, 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.