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Some descendants of Rev. Reuben Cottrell, Shelby and Daviess Counties, Kentucky

by M. J. Edgeworth, Owensboro, Kentucky
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968
on 1 microfilm reel

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Reuben Cottrell was born 4 April 1792 in Henrico County, Virginia, a son of Peter Cottrell (1760-1815) and Susannah Shepard Cottrell. He married in 1811, in Virginia, Sarah Homes Patmon (1794-ca. 1861), daughter of John Patmon and Elisabeth Smith Patmon. They had eleven children. In 1815, the family migrated from Henrico County, Virginia to Shelby County, Kentucky. In 1816, he was licensed as a Baptist Minister by the Rock Creek Church of Shelby County. He served as a missionary for the Long run and Goshen Associations from 1816 to 1833. In 1833, the family moved to Daviess County, Kentucky. He founded the First Baptist Church of Owensboro in May, 1835. He died in Daviess County in 1863. Most descendants lived in Kentucky.

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