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James A. Cottingham
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Birth: Oct. 25, 1852
Bibb County
Alabama, USA
Death: Oct. 28, 1934
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  James Monroe Cottingham (1826 - 1910)
  Anna A Elizabeth Trucks Cottingham (1827 - 1913)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Greer Cottingham (1862 - 1948)*
 
 Children:
  Matthew Leonidas Cottingham (1880 - 1950)*
  Americus Stancil Cottingham (1882 - ____)*
  Grover Cleveland Cottingham (1884 - 1977)*
  Marvin Cottingham (1886 - 1889)*
  Irma Elizabeth Cottingham Patterson (1888 - 1967)*
  Nelms Key Cottingham (1892 - 1895)*
  Emma Estelle Cottingham Harrison (1895 - 1973)*
 
 Siblings:
  James A. Cottingham (1852 - 1934)
  George W Cottingham (1854 - 1888)*
  Elisha Newton Cottingham (1856 - 1927)*
  Charles L Cottingham (1857 - 1865)*
  Mary Abigail Cottingham Pratt (1859 - 1888)*
  Martha E Cottingham (1861 - 1889)*
  Emma Cottingham (1862 - 1945)*
  Fannie Cottingham Love (1866 - 1918)*
  Infant Daughter Cottingham (1867 - 1867)*
  Bettie Cottingham (1869 - 1917)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Kopperl Cemetery
Kopperl
Bosque County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Richard
Record added: Oct 02, 2006
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James A. Cottingham
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- GEORGE NELSON
 Added: Jun. 30, 2012
James A. Cottingham was born in Bibb County, Ala. He married Mary Greer on October 19, 1879 in Bosque Co, TX. He was the son of Elizabeth Trucks and James Monroe Cottingham.
-Anonymous
 Added: Jan. 28, 2010
 
 
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