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Cochran County, Texas

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My name is Mary Helen McKnight and I am the coordinator for this Cochran County TexasGenWeb page. If you have any questions, suggestions, or if you have information, biographies, family trees, stories, photographs, newspaper articles, obituaries or anything else you would like share concerning Cochran County, please contact me.

Cochran County was formed in 1876 and organized in 1924. The county was named in honor of Robert E. Cochran, a defender of the Alamo. Cochran County is home to the towns of Morton, Whiteface, Bledsoe, Lehman, and Griffith.

Sources:
The Handbook of Texas Online

Note from the Coordinator:

Beginning April 2014 I will be in the process of updating, making layout changes and adding several items, please check back with us often!

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Texas State Coordinator: Shirley Cullum
Assistant State Coordinators: Jane Keppler & Carla Clifton

Last update: Tuesday July 22, 2014