Friday, June 1, 2012

Mrs. Carrie Cowan Endean

According to the June 10, 1972 issue of the Sandusky Register, Mrs. Carrie Cowan Endean passed away on June 1, 1972 in Carbondale, Illinois. Funeral services for Mrs. Endean were held in Sandusky on June 11, 1972, with the Rev. James Baldwin from the the First Presbyterian Church officiating. Mrs. Endean was buried at Oakland Cemetery. She was the mother of Mrs. William F. Burger, the wife of a longtime physician in Sandusky, Ohio. A marker from the Daughters of the American Revolution adorns the tombstone of Mrs. Carrie Cowan Endean.

By performing a search in the Descendants Database of the D.A.R. Genealogical Research System, I was able to learn a great deal of family history information related to Mrs. Endean. She was born on January 27, 1884 at Crawfordsville, Indiana. She married Frederick Endean on September 11, 1907. Mrs. Endean's Revolutionary ancestor was James Cowing, a native of Virgina. James Cowing furnished supplies to the American troops during the Revolutionary War, according to the VIRGINIA PUBLIC SERVICE CLAIMS INDEX.

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