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Re: Cosmans in NY and Canada 1650-1900
Posted by: Alice Gross Date: December 19, 2001 at 19:06:08
In Reply to: Re: Cosmans in NY and Canada 1650-1900 by Robert W. Cosman of 88

Mr. Cosman--I'm sure your family dates back to the John Cosman who was the Loyalist. He and Catheine John had many children among them a John. My father moved to Mass. before WW1; I was the youngest of that family and I can remember visiting John Cosman cousins when I was a child. The original Cosmans came from N.Y. and there is still a large family there in Newburgh. Look at google .com and enter: Cosman-genealogy--there's alot of information there. Alice

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