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COCHRANE Family HistoryThis famous Scottish name, with the variations Cochrane, Cochran, Cochern and Colqueran, is locational and derives from the "Lowlands of Cochrane", near Paisley in Renfrewshire. There has hardly been a period in Scottish and English history when the Cochrane's have not been prominent. Robert Cochrane, Earl of Mar (d. 1482) was a favourite of King James 111, whilst Sir John Cochrane (c. 1650) was a Royalist Commander of Charles 1 and Governor of Towcester in 1644, whilst Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald (1775-1860) was an Admiral in the Royal Navy until driven out for exposing naval corruption. In 1817 he commanded the Chilean Navy and secured independence from Spain...
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My name is Tim Byron Cochrane. i'm trying to find ancestors/relatives of Hugh Cochrane (GGGGF), DOB Aug 4 1786 in County Down, died Oct 28 1870 in Minnesota. Wife was Margaret Vernon, DOB unknown, die 1839/40 County Down. Children: John, DOB 1822 in Belfast, died 1853 in NY; Robert (my GGGF) , DOB 1820 in Belfast, died Nov 26 1851 Fox Lake Wisconsin
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