2 edition of Cockburn family in Berwickshire and its descendants found in the catalog.
Cockburn family in Berwickshire and its descendants
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||CS71.C658 1992c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
|LC Control Number||97197618|
Is this your ancestor? Explore genealogy for James J. Cockburn born abt. Berwickshire, Scotland, died Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland, England including research + descendants + more in the free family tree community. The Cockburn's were one such family. It is almost certain that they took their name from the Cok Burn, a stream, in an area called the Merse which is in the county of Berwickshire. There are two theories as to their origin: One is that they arrived with the Saxons as hereditary priests or standard bearers of Irmin, war god of the Saxons.
The Cockburn family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cockburn families were found in the UK in In there were Cockburn families living in Northumberland. This was about 29% of all the recorded Cockburn. The Cockburn’s of the Borders-In the Scottish lowlands and borders there were many important families. The Cockburn's were one such family. It is almost certain that they took their name from the Cok Burn, a stream, in an area called the Merse which is in the county of Berwickshire.
Collection of papers, research notes and trees relating to the ancestors, family and descendants of Robert Burns, including families in the USA and Australia. Tree of the family in Polkemmet, WLN and one of a Kincardinshire family. BURNS 2 FIF. c T 2 pages. Message Boards > Surnames > Cockburn > COCKBURNS OF BERWICKSHIRE, SCOTLAND. Message Boards. Search for content in message boards. Names or keywords. (could be the same) I know the name is Scotch and my family has been in the US since at least the 's. n I have yet to get further back than North Carolina. I deal with many Aussies since we.
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A Cockburn Family in Berwickshire and Its Descendants - The Book: The author's Cockburn family history - mostly recent. 3 pages or more: Andrew Cockburn: Galashiels Murrays in New South Wales: Murrays first came to the fore in Eccles, follow them through generations.
There is also a very touching letter in the article. 2 pages or more. Cockburn / ˈ k oʊ b ər n / is a Scottish surname that originated in the Borders region of the Scottish the United States most branches of the same family have adopted the simplified spelling 'Coburn'; other branches have altered the name slightly to 'Cogburn'.
The French branch of the family uses the spelling 'de Cockborne', with the middle "ck" being Animal: Cockerel. Hogarth Family Tree: Notes on a tree relating to the Hogarth family and dating back to the 17th century donated to the Society: less than 1 page: A Cockburn Family in Berwickshire and Its Descendants - The Book: The author's Cockburn family history - mostly recent.
3 pages or more: Andrew Cockburn: Cranston-Pringle-Spark. Cockburnlaw, Duns, Berwickshire. A conical hill, North West of town. Cockburnspath Tower, Cockburnspath, Berwickshire. Once a strong fortress and supposed to be the "Ravenswood" featured in Sir Walter Scott's Bride of Lammermoor.
Skirling, Peeblesshire. Held by Cockburn family until Bonally Tower, Colinton, Edinburgh. The Cockburn family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cockburn families were found in the UK in In there were 8 Cockburn families living in Georgia.
This was about 35% of all the recorded Cockburn's in the USA. Georgia had the highest population of Cockburn families in The name Cockburn comes from the Boernician Scottish-English border region. The Cockburn family lived in Berwickshire named Cockburn.
The place name in turn, comes from the Old English cocc, meaning "rooster," and burna, meaning "a stream." As such, the surname is classed as a local, or habitational name, derived from a place where the original bearer lived or held land. The Cockburn family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cockburn families were found in the UK in In there were Cockburn families living in Ontario.
This was about 74% of all the recorded Cockburn's in Canada. Ontario had the highest population of Cockburn families in Cockburn family. My genealogy.
Other records sought are listed at the end 0. Piers de Cockburn (b. abt ) 1. ROBERT DE COCKBURN of that Ilk and Henderland (b.
abtpossibly Scotland), (knighted by King Alexander III) 2. PIERS (DE) COCKBURN (b. abtBerwickshire) 3. THOMAS COCKBURN (b. abtBerwickshire) 4. Family of Cockburn of that Ilk The published accounts of this family contain a variety of errors.
Among the points of confusion: Robert and Harry A. Cockburn (ref. 22) list an additional son of John Cockburn of that ilk, Patrick Cockburn, supposedly named in John's will (, ref. 26). This appears to be a misunderstanding of a clause in the will in which John directs his son.
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They have owned Cockburn’s since and are responsible for all its winemaking. With the Symington family, Cockburn’s has come back under the ownership of one family. As one of the most important families in Port and the largest owners of vineyards in the Douro region, Cockburn’s could not be in better hands.
Berwickshire was anciently part of the kingdom of Northumbria until the year when it was ceded to Malcolm II, King of Scotland, by the Earl of Northumberland. From its situation on the borders, the county was the scene of frequent hostilities and an object of continual dispute between the Scots and the English.
John Cockburn Dec Chirnside, Berwickshire, Scotland - aft managed by Erik Riswick last edited 18 Feb James Cockburn III 19 Sep Foulden, Berwickshire, Scotland - aft James Cockburn Jr Jan Duns, Berwickshire, Scotland.
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James W. Cockburn was born on February 13in Berwick-Upon-Tweed, England, to James Cockburn, Sr. and Sarah Cockburn. James had one sibling: Adam Cockburn. James married Isabella Susan Cockburn on December 14at age An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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James Cockburn of Langton1 M, # Last Edited=14 Jul James Cockburn of Langton is the son of Alexander Cockburn COCKBURN, a surname of old standing in Scotland, supposed to be a corruption of the Ragman Roll of those who swore fealty to Edward I.
inoccur the names of Piers de Cockburn and Thomas de Cockburn, great ancestors of the Cockburns of Langton, Ormiston, and Clerkington, very ancient vassals of the earls of March, from whom all the Cockburns in. History [edit | edit source]. COCKBURNSPATH, with Old Cambus, a parish, in the county of Berwick, 8 miles (N.
W.) from place was called anciently Colbrandspath, from Colbrand, a Danish chieftain who is said to have established himself in this part of the country, and subsequently Cockburnspath, from its having, at a very early period, been the baronial seat of the family of Cockburn.Upcoming Cockburn Family Reunions.
One key to a successful Cockburn reunion is preparation, and for the family researcher that means getting the word out in advance on what to bring (such as the family photo collection); arranging for the display of shared information; and planning activities conducive to sharing; and one of the best ways to get others to participate is .Migration of the Cockburn family to Ireland.
Some of the Cockburn family moved to Ireland, but this topic is not covered in this excerpt. Another 93 words (7 lines of text) about their life in Ireland is included in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.