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Re: James & Mandeville COSMAN
Posted by: Sandra Rodman (ID *****7948) Date: February 23, 2004 at 06:59:12
In Reply to: James & Mandeville COSMAN by Craig M. Hamilton of 88

Hi Craig,
Looking through some ld postings and found this one interesting. Been trying to find a connection for Sarah Spier,and now have it. Clarissa's deceased brother, Henry Rodman I think is John Henry. William C. was grandson of my husband's ggg grandfather (Thomas b. 1766, Co.Antrim, Ireland) Have you found anything more on this group? How are the Cosman nieces and nephews named in Clarissa's will her nieces and nephews? Wasn't her mother a Cosman? From reading the Notes on Rodman genealogy, I'm pretty sure this is the Scot-Irish group since the dates work. Just trying to figure out where the rest of Thomas(b. 1766) brothers went when they came to America. James (b 1751) was in Newburgh, is it possible the others went to Pa?
Any thoughts? Sandra
Sandra


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