Cochran

I can find no evidence that John (1550) and William (c1550) were brothers.

Waldenus (Walter) de Cochrane (1240-1300)1
William de Cochrane (1285-1360)1
John de Cochran (1320-1380)1
Goseline de Cochran (1340-1400)1
William de Cochran (1365-1421)
first Baron Cochran m Margaret Salisbury1
Robert Cochrane (-) m Judith Walls1
Robert Cochran (-c1450)1
Allan Cochrane (1432-1484) m Marion Stuart1
Robert Cochrane (1471-1539) 1
John Cochran (-1538) m Elizabeth Semphill1
John Cochran (1510-1557) m Mary Lindsay1
John Cochran (1550-1613) m Agnes Rennie2
James Cochran (1580-1650)
m1 Elizabeth Ringan m2 Janet Burns2
James Cochran (1608-1647) m Elinor Simpson2
John Cochran (1628-1687) m Agnes Smith2
Deacon John Cochran (1662-1747) m Lily Kilgore2,3
James Cochran (1713-1794) m Janet Burns3
John Cofran / Cochran (1742-1806) m Joanna Gilman3,4
Colonel James Cofran (1782-1861) m Ruth Hersey4
John Langdon Cofran (1810-1862) m Eliza A Penn4
William Cochrane (c1550-1603) m Elizabeth Montgomery1
Elizabeth Cochrane m Alexander Blair
William Cochrane, 1st Earl Dundonald
(1605-1686) m Eupheme Scott
Sir John Cochrane (-1707+) m Margaret Strickland
William Cochrane (-1739+) m Lady Mary Bruce
Thomas Cochrane, 8th Earl of Dundonald m Jane Stuart
Archibald Cochrane, 9th Earl of Dundonald (1748-1831)


  1. Crawfurd, George. The Peerage of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1716.
  2. Cochran, Robert. A Genealogical Account of the Cochran Family. 1730.
  3. Cutter, William Richard. New England Families, Genealogial and Memorial. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1915.
  4. Cross, Lucy Rogers Hill. History of Northfield, New Hampshire, 1780-1905. Concord: Rumford Printing Co., 1905.