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1. Re: [COUCH] Federal Census SC [1]
What year is this? ----- Original Message ----- From: "by way of "List Manager, Joe Harrington" " To: Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 9:15 PM Subject: [COUCH] Federal Census SC > Federal Census for SC > > Page Name Males over 16 Males under 16 Females > County > > 86 Benjamin Couch 01 03 > 01 Spartanburg Dist SC > 86 Benjamin Couch 01
2. Re: [COUCH] Death OF Mrs Mary COUCH Charleston SC 1818 [1]

3. [COUCH] Death OF Mrs Mary COUCH Charleston SC 1818 [1]
Friends and acquant. of MRS MARY COUCH are invited to attend the funeral at the home of her son ABRAHAM COUCH Charleston SC. Source: City Gazette Published Monday March 23 1818 The SC History and Gene. Mag. vol. 45 1944
4. Re: [COUCH] Death OF Mrs Mary COUCH Charleston SC 1818 [1]

5. Re: [COUCH] Federal Census SC [1]
What year was this census In a message dated 7/9/02 6:49:48 PM, connie1370@charter.net writes: << What year is this? ----- Original Message ----- From: "by way of "List Manager, Joe Harrington" " To: Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 9:15 PM Subject: [COUCH] Federal Census SC > Federal Census for SC > > Page Name Males over 16 Males under 16 Females > County > > 86 Benjamin Couc
6. Re: [COUCH] Federal Census SC [1]
Eva, Would you mind identifying the census year? Thanks for posting it. Maybe it will help me. "by way of List Manager, Joe Harrington " wrote: > Federal Census for SC > > Page Name Males over 16 Males under 16 Females > County > > 86 Benjamin Couch 01 03 > 01 Spartanburg Dist SC > 86 Benjamin Couch 01 01 > 01 Spartanburg Dist SC > 58 Elizabeth Couch 00
7. Re: [COUCH] Federal Census SC [1]
1790 SC sorry
8. [COUCH] Federal Census SC [1]
Federal Census for SC Page Name Males over 16 Males under 16 Females County 86 Benjamin Couch 01 03 01 Spartanburg Dist SC 86 Benjamin Couch 01 01 01 Spartanburg Dist SC 58 Elizabeth Couch 00 02 03 Abbeville Dist SC 86 Issac Couch 01 00 03 Spartanburg Dist SC 86 James Couch
9. Re: [COUCH] COUCH, GEORGE, ADAIR, MILAM, McSPADDEN [1]
Alfred, I also have John Mitchell Couch (b SC 1800) the husband of Mary "Polly" George b TN or SC June 22, 1804. d Italy Texas June 30, 1882. John Mitchell was b in Greenville, SC to Thomas Couch and Elvey Lynch. John M. Couch and his son Ezkiel Couch purchased land in Marion/Fsyette County in January 1839. Then John M. Couch went to Chickasaw with brother William Lynch Couch. John's youngest child was b in Chickasaw Co, MS in 1846. John later moved with his family to Texas. He was in Grimes Co, TX in
10. Re: [COUCH] COUCH, GEORGE, ADAIR, MILAM, McSPADDEN [1]
Nolene, Below is an email that I sent to a Couch and Moss researcher. Thought I'd just copy it and sent on to you in case you could connect to the Couch families listed below. Maybe there is something that might be familiar? Thanks, Paula My connection to the Couch and Moss surnames is distant; my Wilson/Willson great grandfather married into the Nesmith family of Morgan and Lawrence Co, AL. The Nesmith family was connected to the Woodall and Vest families thru marriage. They, in turn, connected by marri
11. Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family [1]
It is certainly possible that the name Couch was once spelled Crouch. I have seen evidence of one Thomas Crouch in Jamestown, VA as early as 1623. I have other evidence of the Thomas Crouch. Once uponn a time I saw this same gentleman reffered to as Thomas Couch. Yet, there is also a well established line spelled Crouch and one spelled Couch. I have never found any individual that was spelled one way and later changed to the other way of spelling. ---------- >From: BandB4951@aol.com >To: COUCH-L@rootsw
12. Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family [1]
so is Cowtch. Found this in the Soundex looking for Claxton. WindWalker wrote:another varition is Couche *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 7/29/02 at 11:41 PM Connie Epps Bond wrote: >When I first started my geneology, I thought the Crouch name was a mis >reading of the Couch name. But I now have both of those names in Georgia. > > >----- Original Message ----- >From: "Danny Couch" >To: >Sent: Monday, July 29, 2002 8:46 PM >Subject: Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family > > >> Hi Bellinda,
13. [COUCH] Cross CHECk any info from JP carefully ! [1]
Im sending this to a few of you.And cross posting to the Couch Board . So note that::: I asked for JP,s help again on qustion of my line Again he has copped a severe attitude problem as he has on the Couch boards Be advised no one is to question him on any subject. He info On my line is so far incorrect its funny.I know others that he has refused info to on the Couch line... I removed myself form the Couch rootsweb board, when he was the moderator as he was having extreme problems with other people and qu
14. Re: [COUCH] Cross CHECk any info from JP carefully ! [1]
Who or what is JP??? In a message dated 7/29/02 10:11:03 PM, MayorsLady1@aol.com writes: << In a message dated 7/29/02 7:36:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time, windwalker@fastmail.fm writes: > One of the major problems in lining out my line is everyone takes JP,s > filesas total > "law" > thereby messing up later research. I advise any one to fully CHECK and > question any files > he may present full or in part. > WindWalker; I totally agree with you on this. If I had taken Jp's word for my Hoskins line
15. [COUCH] Couch Perry Co info needed {dead end} [1]
With the release of the 1930 census I need ANY or all info on this family this was taken from Census 1930. The father of this W.M Couch is really needed or any info on this sarah. Note? it "could" be a typo on W.M it could be Wm Couch It was said to be of Noah Couch line , but it dont prove out Thanks Sam 225-225 Couch W. M. Head M W 39 M 19 Ky Ky Ky Laborer, Coal mine > 225-225 Couch Sarah Wife H. F W 30 M 14 Ky Ky Ky nee Couch > 225-225 Couch Victoria Dau F W 15 S Ky Ky Ky > 225-225 Couch Hiram So
16. Re: [COUCH] Cross CHECk any info from JP carefully ! [1]
so called Couch researcher Do you have any info on NOAH Couch Peggy Wells on down?? Thanks *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 7/31/02 at 9:51 PM KAYCOUCH@aol.com wrote: >Who or what is JP??? > >In a message dated 7/29/02 10:11:03 PM, MayorsLady1@aol.com writes: > ><< In a message dated 7/29/02 7:36:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time, >windwalker@fastmail.fm writes: > > >> One of the major problems in lining out my line is everyone takes JP,s >> filesas total >> "law" >> thereby messing up later resea
17. Re: [COUCH] COUCH, GEORGE, ADAIR, MILAM, McSPADDEN [1]
My Couch family came to Madison County, Al and were recorded there in the Mississippi Territorial Census of January 1809. I have heard of all of your folks but can not connect them readily. I shall check out my files to see if I can find a connection. I do believe we have corresponded before. Bob Couch ---------- >From: Etheln@aol.com >To: COUCH-L@rootsweb.com >Subject: Re: [COUCH] COUCH, GEORGE, ADAIR, MILAM, McSPADDEN >Date: Mon, Jul 29, 2002, 2:11 PM > >Bob: Glad to hear from a Couch researcher. I
18. Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family [1]
Alfred Fatica, I see from my book that you are the person who provided me with the information on T. Samuel Couch and Nancy Ellen Adair and their daughter Sarah Ellen Couch and Sara's son William Walker Milam. Thanks. For a bit I thought I had discoverd a brand new source of Couch information. Do you now have the children of Wlliam Walker Milam and Maude Irene McSpaddenr's two children? Bob Couch ---------- >From: "Alfred Fatica" >To: COUCH-L@rootsweb.com >Subject: [COUCH] A
19. Re: [COUCH] Federal Census SC [1]
sorry 1790
20. Re: [COUCH] COUCH, GEORGE, ADAIR, MILAM, McSPADDEN [1]
Alfred Fatica, A number of the Couch names you mention from SC and later Lawrence County, AL are also ancestors of mine. My projected line is as follows: I. Thomas & Elizabeth Couch who were in Brunswick Co, VA as early as 1720 II. Thomas Couch Jr who was b in Brunswick Co, VA in 1720 (1710?) and his wife Mary. They moved first to Orange County, NC and then were among the first families of Spartanburg County, SC along the banks of the Enoree river where Thomas died in 1784 and was buried on his farm th
21. Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family [1]
When I first started my geneology, I thought the Crouch name was a mis reading of the Couch name. But I now have both of those names in Georgia. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Danny Couch" To: Sent: Monday, July 29, 2002 8:46 PM Subject: Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family > Hi Bellinda, > > There are two theories on Couch/Crouch. The first is that there is a > connection based on illiteracy and phonetics. The Crouch's in northeastern > Tennesse
22. Re: [COUCH] Cross CHECk any info from JP carefully ! [1]
In a message dated 7/29/02 7:36:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time, windwalker@fastmail.fm writes: > One of the major problems in lining out my line is everyone takes JP,s > filesas total > "law" > thereby messing up later research. I advise any one to fully CHECK and > question any files > he may present full or in part. > WindWalker; I totally agree with you on this. If I had taken Jp's word for my Hoskins line, I wouldn't even exist and the sad thing is, he will not make any corrections to his informa
23. Re: [COUCH] COUCH, GEORGE, ADAIR, MILAM, McSPADDEN [1]
Bob: Glad to hear from a Couch researcher. I was about to think that list had closed down. The Couches in Ala are of interest to me since I am researching Jane Courch who married Rowland Blankenship in Knox County, Tn in 1815. They moved to Madison County, Al (where I llive) about 1818 and lived here until about 1828 when they moved to White County, Tn and lived there until thjey died. Census records show Jane born in NC with one exception and that one showed SC.I have wondered if perhaps she was
24. Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family [1]
Which confuses things (for me) even further, as that could well be a name of Frensh origin, whereas I've been told that COUCH is Cornish in origin (this from a Cornishman so I'm taking his word for it :0) As with a name connected to my COUCHs, GOSLEN/GOSLIN, I recently discovered that it may have originally been GOSSELIN. Has anyone run across unexpected French lines in their search? Incidentally, I have several connected names (Adair, Mitchell, etc) but they're on my paternal side, whereas COUCH is
25. Re: [COUCH] American Indian Couch family [1]
Hello, Regarding your messages below I have a couple of questions. Do you know if your COUCH family is ever thought to have been spelled with an R as in CROUCH? I descend from a Samuel CROUCH in Richmond County, North Carolina who was born in abt. 1780 and his 2 wives were named Sarah and Abigail through Sarah and Samuel CROUCH's daughter, Susan CROUCH, born: abt. 1815 in Richmond County, North Carolina, who married probably as the 2nd wife of John M. SLAUGHTER, born: abt. 1795 in Richmond County,

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