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Who was William Flemon Cowan’s wife?

QuestionCOWAN, William Flemon Cowan – Born May 5, 1808 Jackson Co. GA – Died: May 17, 1890 Mason Co, TX  –

Looking for his 1st wife, mother of his first 3 sons that were born 1831, 1832, 1833 in Limestone Co , AL – Thanks, [email protected]



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    Mary Ann Cowan (born Primm)
    1820 – 1897
    Birth: Nov 17 1820
    Tennessee, United States
    Marriage: Dec 2 1839
    Limestone, Alabama, United States
    Residence: Horsehead, Johnson, Arkansas, United States
    Residence: Precinct 1, Mason, Texas, United States
    Baptism (LDS): Sep 14 1994
    Endowment (LDS): Apr 7 1995
    Death: Feb 25 1897
    Kempner, Lampasas, Texas, United States
    Burial: 1897
    Kempner, Lampasas, Texas, United States

    The above info comes from a MyHeritage tree of a researcher who appears to have this family line down pat. Hopefully it will give enough clues to find your own resources to help prove what he has posted.

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