South Carolina, USA
James Cockrell was eleven years old when his parents migrated with his Huey grandparents and extended family to northern Louisiana and settled in Quachita Parish. He is named in a settlement his mother made with her children of their father's estate.
1850 LOUISIANA CENSUS, Ouachita Parish, #218/#225 - COCKRELL, James, head, age 50, farmer, born SC; Polly, wife, age 45; William, son, age 22; Elishia, dau, age 17; Charles, son, age 14; Moses, son, age 13. #226 - COCKRELL, Thomas, head, age 24, farmer, born La; Elizabeth, wife, age 22. (Thomas son of James and Polly). Next residence widowed mother of James. #219#227- Elizabeth Dickerson, head, age 78, $3,000, born SC.
1860 LOUISIANA CENSUS, Ouachita Parish, Ward 10 - COCKRELL, J., head, age 60, farmer, born SC(James); P., wife, age 50 (Polly): C. M., (son?), age 18. Next residence James' nephew, Charles Collie, age 36 and family.
- Blanche Keating Collie
Spouse: Polly -
Thomas Cockrell (1770 - 1848)
Elizabeth Huey Cockrell-Dickerson (1772 - 1851)
Lear Cealia Cockrell Collie (1790 - 1864)*
Moses Cockrell (1794 - 1865)*
James Cockrell (1799 - 1869)
Sanford Cockrell (1801 - ____)*
Charles S. Cockrell (1811 - 1875)*
Created by: Blanche Keating Collie
Record added: Mar 13, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106667592
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