|Birth: ||Apr. 26, 1914|
|Death: ||May 3, 1997|
Ada Mae Cochran was the daughter of Levi Newton Cochran Jr. and Maudie Belle (Henderson) Cochran of San Marcos, Texas.
Ada Mae's sisters were Bessie Grace Vencak living in Middletown, PA., Jessie Joe (Defrain)Underkoffler of Harrisburg, PA, Dorothy Jane Truitt of San Marcos, Texas,Sadie Rae Ellis of San Marcos, Texas, Mary Lou White of Sunnyvale, CA., and Edith Ruth Cochran (Inf) who passed away in 1928.
Her brother's were Horace Berry Cochran of San Marcos, Texas, Walter Dixie Cochran of Kyle, Texas, Edgar Lee Cochran of Warner Robbins, GA, Orville "Kem" Cochran of San Marcos, Texas, and Elmer Richard Cochran of San Marcos, Texas.
Ada Mae married Roy James Teeler
Sylvia Joan Teeler
Roy Levi Teeler
Jimmie Ray Teeleer
Ada Mae was married to Jack Robison
Ada Mae Robison
Ada Mae Cochran Robison, a
Baptist and member of Eagles
Lodge and Hilltop Senior Citizens
Center, died May 3, 1997. She was 93.
Survivors include a sister, Grace Vencak
of Harrisburg, Pa.; a brother, Kim Cochran
of Uhland; eight grandchildren, and several
Services are private.
Sawyer-George Funeral Home.
(bio by: Terry Lee Cochran )
Levi Newton Cochran (1890 - 1975)
Maudie Belle Henderson Cochran (1893 - 1978)
Roy J Teeler (1907 - 1974)
Roy Levi Teeler (1931 - 1976)*
Jimmy Ray Teeler (1938 - 1983)*
Elmer Richard Cochran (1909 - 1945)*
Mary Lou Cochran White (1911 - 1995)*
Ada Mae Cochran Robison (1914 - 1997)
Horace Berry Cochran (1915 - 1977)*
Sadie Rae Cochran Ellis (1917 - 1990)*
Walter Dixie Cochran (1919 - 1991)*
Orville Neff Cochran (1921 - 2003)*
Edgar Lee Cochran (1924 - 1964)*
Bessie Grace Cochran Vencak (1926 - 2010)*
Edith Ruth Cochran (1928 - 1928)*
Dorothy Jane Cochran Truitt (1929 - 1986)*
Jessie Joe Cochran Underkoffler (1935 - 1995)*
Plot: Walter Dixie "Frezzel" Cochran plot
Created by: Terry Lee Cochran
Record added: Feb 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33515447
Added: Apr. 20, 2009
Added: Mar. 14, 2009
This is on a cemetery plaque at a cemetery in Alabama: "Linger awhile and walk with me into the shadowy mist that was yesterday. Stroll across the faded pages of history and from our hardships learn the ways of a better life. Pass me not for I am the...(Read more)|
Terry Lee Cochran
Added: Feb. 3, 2009