Ancestors of Karen R. Brooks

Cochrans

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Individuals marked with an asterisk (*) are direct ancestors.

    

Anna Cochran and James Clark

Anna Cochran17 4th Great Grandmother
Born June 10, 1782, Pembroke, Merrimack, New Hampshire
Died February 15, 1806, Epsom, Merrimack, New Hampshire
Parents John Cochran, Margaret McDaniel
James Clark Married: January 08, 1800, Pembroke, Merrimack, New Hampshire
Children of Anna and James
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  1. Hazen Kimball Clark
  2. *James M. Clark
    

John Cochran and Margaret McDaniel

Doctor John Cochran17 5th Great Grandfather
Born 1739
Died November 22, 1822, Pembroke, New Hampshire
Parents John Cochran, Mary McHard
Notes John Cochran was not a regularly educated physician, but acquired considerable note in the practice of medicine and surgery. He was said to be the third male child born in town; was twice married, had several children, and died in 1816.21
Margaret McDaniel Married: about 1776
Children of John and Margaret
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  1. John Cochran
  2. Margaret Cochran
  3. Mary McHard Cochran
  4. Thomas Cochran
  5. *Anna Cochran
    

John Cochran and

*Mary McHard/ Margaret Owens

John Cochran17 6th Great Grandfather
Born 1711, Northern Ireland
Died July 22, 1799, Pembroke, New Hampshire
Parents John Cochran, ---
Notes John (son of Deacon John) was the first of the name to settle in Pembroke. In consideration of his building and operating a grist-mill and saw-mill, the proprietors of Suncook granted him lot No. 1, known as the mill lot, which included the southwesterly part of the Pembroke side of the present village of Suncook. The mills were built about 1728.

The Cochran family traces its descent from Ayr, in Ayrshire, Scotland. Among the signers, from the north of Ireland, of a memorial, dated March 26, 1718 addressed to Shute of Massachusetts, asking for a grant of land, are John, Andrew, Alexander, James, John, William, and B. Cochran. William was one of the original proprietors of Londonderry in 1722. Soon after, there were in Londonderry, John, John, Peter, William, and Andrew. From the first John descended the Antrim branch. The one known as Deacon John is claimed as the ancestor of the Pembroke families. Some of the family spell the name Cofran, Cofren, and Cochrane.21

Mary McHard21 Married: June 18, 1731
Born Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts
Died ---
Parents ---, ---
Children of John and Mary
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  1. *John Cochran
Margaret Owens (aka Ouns) of Scotland21 Married: ---
    

Cochran Aunts and Uncles

    

John Cochran

John Cochran17 6th Great Uncle
Born ---
Died March 1, 1788
Parents John Cochran, Margaret McDaniel
Spouse Married: ---
    

Margaret Cochran and --- Marden

Margaret Cochran17 6th Great Aunt
Born ---
Died ---
Parents John Cochran, Margaret McDaniel
--- Marden17 Married: ---
Born ---
Died February 2, 1807
    

Mary McHard Cochran

Mary McHard Cochran17 6th Great Aunt
Born ---
Died February 28,1790
Parents John Cochran, Margaret McDaniel
Spouse Married: ---
    

Thomas Cochran and

Mary Head/ Elizabeth Martin/ Fanny Magoon

Thomas Cochran17 6th Great Uncle
Born May 15, 1777
Died ---
Parents John Cochran, Margaret McDaniel
Mary Head17 Married: ---
Elizabeth Martin21 Married: ---
Fanny "Dana" Magoon21 Married: ---