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Alexander Cohick

Alexander Cohick

Male 1814 - 1892  (78 years)

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  • Name Alexander Cohick  [1
    Born 1814  Anthony Twp., Lycoming Co., Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 1892  [1
    Person ID I72296  Clan Moffat Genealogy
    Last Modified 5 February 2008 

    Family/Spouse Sarah A Moffett 
     1. George A Cohick
     2. Jane Cohick
     3. Matilda Cohick,   d. before 1892
     4. William Cohick
     5. Elizabeth Cohick
     6. Annie Cohick
     7. Wellman Cohick
    Family ID F50529  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ALEXANDER COHICK was born in Anthony township, Lycoming county, Pennsylvania, in 1814, and was a son of John Cohick, a native of England, who came Lycoming county about the beginning of the present century, and entered a tract of land in Lycoming township, containing some 400 acres. John Cohick was a shoemaker by trade, and died on his farm, which he had cleared and improved, in 1819. He married Elizabeth Carpenter, who survived him many years. Their children were as follows: John; George; Andrew; Alexander; William; Samuel; James; Daniel; Mary, who married Benjamin Shook, and Nancy, all of whom are dead except the last mentioned. The subject of this sketch received a very limited education, and learned the blacksmith trade, which he followed for ten years in Anthony township; he then began farming in the same township, and subsequently located on a farm in Woodward township, where he resided up to his death, in April, 1892. He married Sarah A., daughter of William Moffett, who bore him the following children: George A.; Jane, wife of George Kurtz; Matilda, deceased wife of John Potter; William; Elizabeth, wife of Edward Courson; Annie, wife of Samuel Seitzer, and Wellman. Mr. Cohick was a Republican, and both he and wife were members of the Christian church. His widow survives him. [1]

  • Sources 
    1. [S1550] Website titled “History of Lycoming County Pennsylvania edited by John F. Meginness; ©1892.

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