Source:Taylor, Gordon Armour. Cowan Corridors

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Source Cowan corridors
Author Taylor, Gordon Armour
Taylor-Davies, Ruth Virginia Herbert
Surname Cowan, Doherty, Herbert
Subject History
Publication information
Type Miscellaneous
Publisher G.A. Taylor
Date issued c1994
Place issued Salem, Oregon
Taylor, Gordon Armour, and Ruth Virginia Herbert Taylor-Davies. Cowan corridors. (Salem, Oregon: G.A. Taylor, c1994).
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Cowan corridors: our ancestral odyssey through the British Isles and America.
Andrew C. Cowan (1741-1798), a Revolutionary War solder, was born in Augusta County, Virginia, the son of John and Jennett Cowan. He and his wife, Mary Walker, had at least two sons, ca. 1760-ca. 1767. Record follows line of descent to James B. Cowan (1855-1940). He was born in Clinton County, Kentucky, the son of James C. Cowan (1819-ca. 1885), a Confederate soldier. He migrated west to Texas in 1870 and lived there several years. He migrated to Minnesota in the 1880s and was living at St. Paul, Minnesota, by 1886. He married Georgiana Irene Fuchs (d. 1893). They had seven children, 1889-1893. He married his children's Irish nanny, Bridie Doherty (1873-1947), in They had nine children, 1873-1915. The family moved to a homestead near Janesburg in western North Dakota in 1907. J.B. and Bridie moved to Pasadena, California, in 1934 or 1935. Children lived in California, Oregon, and elsewhere. Record chiefly gives the family of their daughter, Martha Esther Cowan (1897-1988), and her husband, Ira William Herbert (1893-1964), of Salem, Oregon. Includes the Doherty, Herbert and other related families.

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