|Birth: ||Aug. 3, 1764|
|Death: ||Sep. 1, 1822|
Glass Amos Cochran was born on Aug. 3, 1764 in Hampshire County Massachusetts and he died on Sep. 1, 1825 in Knox County Indiana.
His parents were Glass Cochran, Sr., who was born in 1715 in Armaugh, Ulster, North Ireland and Sarah Hamilton, who was born about 1746 in Marblehead, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
Glass married Mehitable "Hitty" Fuller, on 13 Oct 1789, in Blandford, Hampshire, Massachusetts. She was born on 26 Jan 1767, in Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut. Her parents were Jacob Fuller and Lydia Royce. Mehitable died on 19 Apr 1843, in Newton, Newton County Texas.
Mehitable Fuller is dicended from a line that goes all the way back to most if not all of the royal houses in Europe. The links are Mehitable Fuller,Jacob Fuller, Jacob Fuller, David Fuller, Jonathan Fuller, Sarah Bowen ,Richard Bowen, Ellen Griffith, John Griffith, Jane Stradling, Thomas
Stradling, henry Stradlin, Jane Beaufort, Henry "Cardinal" Beaufort, John "Of Gaunt" Prince of England, Edward 111 King of England,
From Knox County History, published in 1988, by the Vincennes Historical and Antiquarian Society, Turner Publishing Co, Paducah, KY:
"Early in 1804, Glass Amos and his family moved to Franklin County, Ohio. He helped establish the first church in Worthington, Ohio. This St. John's Episcopal Church was founded 6 Feb 1804, and was the "Oldest Church West of the Alleghanies."
Glass Amos and two of his sons were soldiers in the War of 1812 and served from Franklin County, Ohio, Second Division, Fourth Brigade. Glass Amos was an Ensign and his sons were Privates. After the War, most of the family moved to Indiana. In 1820, Glass Amos and Mahitable, three sons and two daughters were in Knox County. Nathaniel and Harper were in Scott County, Indiana. Glass Amos died 01 Sep 1825, in Knox County,In. leaving his estate to his wife. Among his valuables was one Great Bible and other books. Some titles were: The Life of George Washington, Lewis and Clark's Travels, Confession of Faith, American Wars, and a two years' subscription to a magazine, plus more books on religion and devotions in the family. He is buried in Knox County, In.
Children of Glass Amos Cochran, Jr. and Mehitable Fuller :
Nathaniel Hamilton Cochran 09 Jul, 1790 – aft Sept 1870
Lydia Cochran 25 Nov,1791 – 06 Dec, 1791
Harper Cochran 07 Dec,1792 – 10 Apr,1875
John Alexander Cochran 16 Aug, 1794 – 03 Feb, 1866
James A Cochran 19 Oct, 1796 – abt 1879
Juliet Cochran 01 Dec,1798 – 26 Sept,1801
Charles Cochran 11 Dec, 1800 – 11 Jun, 1811
Henry COCHRAN 08 Apr 1808 – abt 1852
William A Cochran 05 Oct, 1802 – 11 Apr,1879
Joseph Sidney Cochran 11 Oct,1805 – aft 1869
Elizabeth Cochran, Bennington 18 Feb,1810 – abt 1880 married to Reuben Bennington.
Sarah COCHRAN, BARKER 27 Jul,1815 – 06 Apr,1890 married to Obediah T Barker.
Hareson Cochran 11 Nov,1812 – 15 Dec, 1814
Biography by: Terry Lee Cochran
Submitted by Terry Lee Cochran, gggg Grandson.
Glass Cochran (1715 - 1795)
Sarah Hamilton Cochran (1722 - 1779)
Nathaniel Hamilton Cochran (1790 - 1870)*
Harper Cochran (1792 - 1875)*
John Alexander Cochran (1794 - 1866)*
Juliet Cochran (1798 - 1801)*
William Alexander Cochran (1802 - 1879)*
Joseph Sidney Cochran (1805 - 1869)*
Henry C Cochran (1808 - 1850)*
Sarah Cochran Barker (1815 - 1890)*
Robert Cochran (1747 - 1825)*
John Cochran (1749 - 1805)*
Susanna Cochran Kirkland (1752 - 1832)*
Cornelius Cochran (1754 - 1831)*
Abner Cochran (1758 - 1819)*
Glass Amos Cochran (1764 - 1822)
Created by: Terry Lee Cochran
Record added: Sep 02, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58106906
L. A. (Terry)
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