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Researching Cowie (Scotland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania) and related families [Barber, De Wolf, Knox, Milne, Oliver, Ratchford, Spurr, Van Keuren]

Surnames: COWIE
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on 2004-05-27 18:41:04

cowiej , from San Jose, California, U.S.A., has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 1970. is researching the following names: COWIE, ALSPACH, OLIVER and 3 other(s).

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by rlm on 2006-02-24 20:14:00

I'm curious to learn a little more about what your research is. My maiden name is Cowie. My dad's line is from Aberdeen, Scotland from what I have collected. My maternal grandmother's mom was married twice, the second time to an Oliver. I know very little about the Oliver's, as I am a descendent from the first marriage to a Mus(s)elman(n), but the little I do know is that they were from Canada. I would be happy to share more, if you are interested. I don't know what you would want, so I look forward to hearing from you.

by ClarkeRA on 2007-07-09 05:34:12

Like wise, I am related to a William Ramsay Cowie born 28 Mar 1875, St Andrew, Dundee City.
His parents are:
COWIE John, b. 1849, Kirkden, Angus
MCNAUGHTON Margaret, b. 1839, Panbride, Angus
John Cowie's parents are:
COWIE George, b. 1807
MORUM Ann, b. 1815
Margaret McNaughton's parents are:
MCNAUGHTON William, b. 1801, Monkikie, Forfar
GORDON Isabella, b. 1802

William Ramsey Cowie married Lily Trevor in Ripon, York - they had several children of which Mary Trevor Cowie, b. 10 Jan 1913, Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire is my Granmother.
Is this of interest to you can you see a contection?
Clarke Ancestry

by mwilkie on 2011-02-24 11:35:59

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