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William Dale COSNER5,128 was born on 17 May 1896 in Fairfax, Gregory Co., SD.5,128 He died on 18 Oct 1938 in Albuquerque, NM.5,128 He is reference number 4401. Parents: Levi Leonard COSNER and Marilla Finley HALSTEAD.


Elizabeth COSS4,5 was born about 1767.4,5 She is reference number HA9501s2.

Spouse: George YOUNG. George YOUNG and Elizabeth COSS were married on 7 Jun 1787.4,5


Florence Pearl COSS5,128 was born on 11 Apr 1893 in Springwater Twp., Rock Co., MN..5,128 She died on 1 Feb 1960 in San Antonio, TX.5,128 She is reference number 7980. Parents: Samual COSS and Mary BARCK.

Spouse: John Joseph SLATTERY. John Joseph SLATTERY and Florence Pearl COSS were married on 23 Aug 1931 in Yuma, Ariz..5 Children were: Living SLATTERY, Mary Coss SLATTERY.


Gladys COSS5,128 was born on 8 May 1909 in Luverene, Rock Co., MN..5,128 She died on 8 Aug 1995 in Rising Sun, Ohio Co., Indiana.5,128 She was buried on 31 Jul 1996 in Fairview Cemetery, Willmar, Min..5,128 Parents: Lewis Dr. Edgar COSS and Irena Josephine HILEMAN.

Spouse: Arthur Ferdinand LINDBERG. Arthur Ferdinand LINDBERG and Gladys COSS were married on 15 Sep 1935 in Willmar, Kandiohi Co., Min..5 Children were: Living LINDBERG, Living LINDBERG.


John COSS5,128 was born about 1832.5,128 He is reference number 7974.

Spouse: Colista RING. John COSS and Colista RING were married. Reference Number:30346 Children were: Samual COSS.


Lewis Dr. Edgar COSS5,128 was born on 28 Oct 1874 in Springwater Twp., Rock Co., MN..5,128 He died on 16 Sep 1947 in Willmar, Kandiohi Co., MN.5,128 He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Willmar, Min..5,128 He is reference number 7976. [master ged.FTW]

12. Dr. Lewis Edgar4 Coss (Mary3 Barck, Lewis Thomas2, Ton1Tonnson)10,11,12,13,14 was
born 28 October 1874 in Springwater Twp, Rock Co., Minnesota, and died16 September 1947 in
Wilmar, Kandiohi Co., Minnesota. He married Irena JosephineHileman15,16,17,18 02 December 1897
in Luverne, Rock Co., Minnesota, daughter of David Hileman and RachelHaxby. She was born 07
February 1878 in Arrowsmith, McLean Co., Illinois, and died 12 August1979 in Willmar, Kandiohi Co.,
Minnesota.

Notes for Dr. Lewis Edgar Coss:
Lewis E. Coss, President of the Luverne Concrete company and realestate dealer of Luverne, is a
native of Rock county, having been born in Springwater twp, October 28,1874.
He has spent his entire life in the county. Mr. Coss was educated inthe district school and in the Luverne
high school. With the exception of five years when he was a child heresided on the farm in Springwater
until he was eighteen years of age; during the five years, he lived inLuverne with his parents.
At the age of eighteen years Mr. Coss engaged in teaching school forthree or four years. In 189 he
opened an insurance office,in Luvrne which he conducted alone until1900. That year he formed a
partnership with W.L. Buck, and for the next two years the partnersconducted a real estate and insurance
office. Since that time Mr. Coss has been in the business alone, havingan office in the Arcade building.
Mr. Coss is connected with several enterprises in Luverne. He is amember of the Knights of Pythias and
Modern Wodmen lodges.
The parents of our subject, Samuel and Mary (Bark) Coss, were earlysettlers of Rock county and
were natives of New York and Ohio, respectively. The mother came to thecounty in the spring of 1872,
the father in the fall of the same year, and they were married here thefollowing spring. They took as a
homestead claim in 1873 the northwest quarter of section 34, Springwatertownship, land which they still
own. With the exception of five years during the eighties, when theylived in Luverne, Mr. and Mrs. Coss
resided on the homestead until 1900; they have since been residents ofLuverne. Louis is the eldest of a
family of five children.......
Louis E. Coss was married in Luverne in 1898 to Irena J. Hileman, anative of Illinois and a daughter
of David and Rachael Hileman, who moved to Rock county about 1890. Mr.Hileman died in Luverne;
Mrs. Hileman is now a resident of Ottawa, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Coss havethree children: Doretha,
Vernon H. and Gladys.



"Kandiyohi County received its first chiropractor in August of 1914,when Dr. Lewis E. Coss with his
family, Mrs. Coss and their three children, arrived in Willmar to maketheir home. They planned to stay
here but a short time, visiting relatives before moving to Montana whereDr. Coss had property and
expected to go into business. It was not his intention to practicechiropractics when coming here, taking it
up mainly for the benefit of his family and Mrs. Coss in particular, whohad suffered an injury to her spine
many years before. Her only relief had been through chiropractictreatments, and for this reason he had
taken it up.
"On occasion, he would give an adjustment to a relative andsometimes to a friend. The work soon
spread around of the benefits this new science afforded. Whilechiropractic was received with skepticism
by some, it wasn't long before people were calling constantly and askingfor treatments. Finally Dr. Coss
decided to open an office where people whould feel free to come fortreatments at their convenience. This
he did October 7, 1814, locating in the building known as the Loney Blockon Fifth Street West.
"Twice each week be make trips to Atwater to accommodate his manypatients in that area. One of
his Atwater patients, one George C. Mickelson, was so impressed with theresults he received from the
treatments that he and his wife, Josephine, decided to follow in Dr.Coss' footsteps, entering the Palmer
School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and graduating in the Spring of1916.
"By 1918, Dr. Coss' practice had grown to a point where he wasunable to handle it alone and it was
with a feeling of relief that he received Drs. George C. and JosephineMickelson as co-workers on April
10, 1918. Mrs. Mickelson, who devoted her services primarily to the careof women and children, worked
only part time so that she might have enough free time for their son.
"The chiropractic profession continued to flourish not only inWillmar, but throughout the state, and
the influx of chiropractors continued to grow and more and moreopposition from the medical profession
became apparent. Eventually the medical profession introduced a bill inthe legislature requiring all
doctors to be examined in the basic sciences, pathology, anatomy,hygiene, chemistry, physiology and
bacteriology, before they could be licensed by their own state board topractice in the State of Minnesota.
Since most of these sciences are not essential to the practice ofshiropractic, being primarily medical,
chiropractors were opposed to the passage of this bill and for a year ortwo were successful in blocking its
passage. However, the medics increased their pressure on legislators andlobbied continually for its
passage, and it was eventually passed. It proved to be a benefit tochiropractors, however, in that they
were hereby placed on the same level as the medical profession. Thechiropractic colleges soon added the
six basic sciences to their curriculum and chiropractors had littledifficulty making the Board.
"The Basic Science Board was made up of five members, Re.E. Scammon,P.H.D., S.H. Boyer, M.D.,
E.T.Bell, M.D., L.E. Coss, D.C., and A.E. Allen, D.D., all beingappointed by Governor Theodore
Christensen June 1, 1927. These five men worked together to formulatethe rules and regulations which
served to govern this body and to create more harmony and greaterunderstanding between the professions
through the years.
"Dr. Coss was held in high esteem by all who knew him and theShiropractic profession was fortunate
to have a man of Dr. Coss' caliber to serve their interests on this Boardin its beginning.. He was the long
term sppointee, serving on the Board for ten years. Because of this factand because of his supreme
intelligence, as well as his keen wit and humor, he accomplished much forchiropractic during this term
on this Board.
"Drs. Coss and Mickelson maintained offices in the Loney Block untilOctober 20, 1920 when they
moved to the Nelson-Hershey building of Fifth Street West and PacificAvenue. Their practice continued
to grow until larger quarters were again required and in February of 1923Dr. Mickelson moved his
offices to the Carlson Bros. Drug Building; Mrs. Mickelson going intosemi-retirement. It was about this
time that a second son was born to them and a few years later their elderson was stricken with ptomaine
poisoning and died.
"Dr. Coss remained in the Nelson-Hershey Building until October 27,1926 when he moved to the
Tribune Building where he practiced until ill health forced him intoretirement, death coming September
19, 1947
"Dr. Mickelson continued to practice in the Carlson Building up tothe time of his death, June 21,
1962.
"These two fine men served their profession honorably and extremelywell, all the years of their
professional lives."


More About Dr. Lewis Edgar Coss:
Burial: Fairview Cem, Willmar, MN
Cause of Death: Cancer of the prostate
Education: Graduated from Palmer Chiropracter School in Davinport, Iowa
Fact 1: see notes
Fact 2: Married by Rev T.E. Jones of Methodist Church at 9:00 P.M.

Notes for Irena Josephine Hileman:
The first meeting of Irena and Lewis took place at his grandmothers housein Luverne, Minnesota. Irena's
mother, Rachel, took her along when she went to visit her old friend fromArrowsmith, Illinois. While
they were there, Mrs. Barck's grandson who was staying with her whilegoing to High School, came in.
Irena said he had been ice skating and had the pinkest cheeks and bigblue eyes. There wedding made
both families very happy.

They were married 2 December, 1897 by M.E. Pastor - Rev. T.E. Jones athome. Irena's parents 49th
anniversary was the following day and all of her brothers and sisters andtheir families had come home to
celebrate the occasion. A family group picture was taken.[2098755.FTW]

12. Dr. Lewis Edgar4 Coss (Mary3 Barck, Lewis Thomas2, Ton1 Tonnson)10,11,12,13,14 was
born 28 October 1874 in Springwater Twp, Rock Co., Minnesota, and died 16 September 1947 in
Wilmar, Kandiohi Co., Minnesota. He married Irena Josephine Hileman15,16,17,18 02 December 1897
in Luverne, Rock Co., Minnesota, daughter of David Hileman and Rachel Haxby. She was born 07
February 1878 in Arrowsmith, McLean Co., Illinois, and died 12 August 1979 in Willmar, Kandiohi Co.,
Minnesota.

Notes for Dr. Lewis Edgar Coss:
Lewis E. Coss, President of the Luverne Concrete company and real estate dealer of Luverne, is a
native of Rock county, having been born in Springwater twp, October 28, 1874.
He has spent his entire life in the county. Mr. Coss was educated in the district school and in the Luverne
high school. With the exception of five years when he was a child he resided on the farm in Springwater
until he was eighteen years of age; during the five years, he lived in Luverne with his parents.
At the age of eighteen years Mr. Coss engaged in teaching school for three or four years. In 189 he
opened an insurance office,in Luvrne which he conducted alone until 1900. That year he formed a
partnership with W.L. Buck, and for the next two years the partners conducted a real estate and insurance
office. Since that time Mr. Coss has been in the business alone, having an office in the Arcade building.
Mr. Coss is connected with several enterprises in Luverne. He is a member of the Knights of Pythias and
Modern Wodmen lodges.
The parents of our subject, Samuel and Mary (Bark) Coss, were early settlers of Rock county and
were natives of New York and Ohio, respectively. The mother came to the county in the spring of 1872,
the father in the fall of the same year, and they were married here the following spring. They took as a
homestead claim in 1873 the northwest quarter of section 34, Springwater township, land which they still
own. With the exception of five years during the eighties, when they lived in Luverne, Mr. and Mrs. Coss
resided on the homestead until 1900; they have since been residents of Luverne. Louis is the eldest of a
family of five children.......
Louis E. Coss was married in Luverne in 1898 to Irena J. Hileman, a native of Illinois and a daughter
of David and Rachael Hileman, who moved to Rock county about 1890. Mr. Hileman died in Luverne;
Mrs. Hileman is now a resident of Ottawa, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Coss have three children: Doretha,
Vernon H. and Gladys.



"Kandiyohi County received its first chiropractor in August of 1914, when Dr. Lewis E. Coss with his
family, Mrs. Coss and their three children, arrived in Willmar to make their home. They planned to stay
here but a short time, visiting relatives before moving to Montana where Dr. Coss had property and
expected to go into business. It was not his intention to practice chiropractics when coming here, taking it
up mainly for the benefit of his family and Mrs. Coss in particular, who had suffered an injury to her spine
many years before. Her only relief had been through chiropractic treatments, and for this reason he had
taken it up.
"On occasion, he would give an adjustment to a relative and sometimes to a friend. The work soon
spread around of the benefits this new science afforded. While chiropractic was received with skepticism
by some, it wasn't long before people were calling constantly and asking for treatments. Finally Dr. Coss
decided to open an office where people whould feel free to come for treatments at their convenience. This
he did October 7, 1814, locating in the building known as the Loney Block on Fifth Street West.
"Twice each week be make trips to Atwater to accommodate his many patients in that area. One of
his Atwater patients, one George C. Mickelson, was so impressed with the results he received from the
treatments that he and his wife, Josephine, decided to follow in Dr. Coss' footsteps, entering the Palmer
School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and graduating in the Spring of 1916.
"By 1918, Dr. Coss' practice had grown to a point where he was unable to handle it alone and it was
with a feeling of relief that he received Drs. George C. and Josephine Mickelson as co-workers on April
10, 1918. Mrs. Mickelson, who devoted her services primarily to the care of women and children, worked
only part time so that she might have enough free time for their son.
"The chiropractic profession continued to flourish not only in Willmar, but throughout the state, and
the influx of chiropractors continued to grow and more and more opposition from the medical profession
became apparent. Eventually the medical profession introduced a bill in the legislature requiring all
doctors to be examined in the basic sciences, pathology, anatomy, hygiene, chemistry, physiology and
bacteriology, before they could be licensed by their own state board to practice in the State of Minnesota.
Since most of these sciences are not essential to the practice of shiropractic, being primarily medical,
chiropractors were opposed to the passage of this bill and for a year or two were successful in blocking its
passage. However, the medics increased their pressure on legislators and lobbied continually for its
passage, and it was eventually passed. It proved to be a benefit to chiropractors, however, in that they
were hereby placed on the same level as the medical profession. The chiropractic colleges soon added the
six basic sciences to their curriculum and chiropractors had little difficulty making the Board.
"The Basic Science Board was made up of five members, Re.E. Scammon, P.H.D., S.H. Boyer, M.D.,
E.T.Bell, M.D., L.E. Coss, D.C., and A.E. Allen, D.D., all being appointed by Governor Theodore
Christensen June 1, 1927. These five men worked together to formulate the rules and regulations which
served to govern this body and to create more harmony and greater understanding between the professions
through the years.
"Dr. Coss was held in high esteem by all who knew him and the Shiropractic profession was fortunate
to have a man of Dr. Coss' caliber to serve their interests on this Board in its beginning.. He was the long
term sppointee, serving on the Board for ten years. Because of this fact and because of his supreme
intelligence, as well as his keen wit and humor, he accomplished much for chiropractic during this term
on this Board.
"Drs. Coss and Mickelson maintained offices in the Loney Block until October 20, 1920 when they
moved to the Nelson-Hershey building of Fifth Street West and Pacific Avenue. Their practice continued
to grow until larger quarters were again required and in February of 1923 Dr. Mickelson moved his
offices to the Carlson Bros. Drug Building; Mrs. Mickelson going into semi-retirement. It was about this
time that a second son was born to them and a few years later their elder son was stricken with ptomaine
poisoning and died.
"Dr. Coss remained in the Nelson-Hershey Building until October 27, 1926 when he moved to the
Tribune Building where he practiced until ill health forced him into retirement, death coming September
19, 1947
"Dr. Mickelson continued to practice in the Carlson Building up to the time of his death, June 21,
1962.
"These two fine men served their profession honorably and extremely well, all the years of their
professional lives."


More About Dr. Lewis Edgar Coss:
Burial: Fairview Cem, Willmar, MN
Cause of Death: Cancer of the prostate
Education: Graduated from Palmer Chiropracter School in Davinport, Iowa
Fact 1: see notes
Fact 2: Married by Rev T.E. Jones of Methodist Church at 9:00 P.M.

Notes for Irena Josephine Hileman:
The first meeting of Irena and Lewis took place at his grandmothers house in Luverne, Minnesota. Irena's
mother, Rachel, took her along when she went to visit her old friend from Arrowsmith, Illinois. While
they were there, Mrs. Barck's grandson who was staying with her while going to High School, came in.
Irena said he had been ice skating and had the pinkest cheeks and big blue eyes. There wedding made
both families very happy.

They were married 2 December, 1897 by M.E. Pastor - Rev. T.E. Jones at home. Irena's parents 49th
anniversary was the following day and all of her brothers and sisters and their families had come home to
celebrate the occasion. A family group picture was taken. Parents: Samual COSS and Mary BARCK.

Spouse: Irena Josephine HILEMAN. Lewis Dr. Edgar COSS and Irena Josephine HILEMAN were married on 2 Dec 1897.5,128 Children were: Living COSS, Vernon Hileman COSS, Gladys COSS.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Lewis Dr. Edgar COSS and Irena Josephine HILEMAN.

Spouse: Schuyler Dr. Colfax JOYNER. Children were: Living JOYNER, Living JOYNER, Living JOYNER.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: William Earl COSS and Dot Eva MOTT.

Spouse: Living JUNIPER.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: William Earl COSS and Dot Eva MOTT.

Spouse: Living BATEMAN. Children were: Living BATEMAN.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: William Earl COSS and Dot Eva MOTT.

Children were: Living COSS.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Samuel Albert COSS and Jessie June BLANCO.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Samuel Albert COSS and Jessie June BLANCO.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Samuel Albert COSS and Jessie June BLANCO.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Vernon Hileman COSS and Viola Martha STRANBURG.

Spouse: Living NICHOLSON. Children were: Living NICHOLSON, Living NICHOLSON, Living NICHOLSON.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Vernon Hileman COSS and Viola Martha STRANBURG.

Spouse: Living BARNETTE. Children were: Living BARNETTE, Living BARNETTE, Living BARNETTE, Living BARNETTE, Living BARNETTE.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Vernon Hileman COSS and Viola Martha STRANBURG.

Spouse: Living JENSEN. Children were: Living COSS, Living COSS, Living COSS.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Vernon Hileman COSS and Viola Martha STRANBURG.

Spouse: Living SELE. Children were: Living SELE, Living SELE.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Living COSS.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Living COSS and Living JENSEN.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Living COSS and Living JENSEN.


Living COSS.5,128 Parents: Living COSS and Living JENSEN.


Luella Ethel COSS5,128 was born on 28 Jun 1884 in Springwater Twp., Rock Co., MN..5,128 She died in Spokane, WA..5,128 She is reference number 7979. Parents: Samual COSS and Mary BARCK.

Spouse: Robert Charles WOOLSON. Robert Charles WOOLSON and Luella Ethel COSS were married on 13 Apr 1911 in Corpus Christie, TX..5 Children were: Living WOOLSON.


Samual COSS5,128 was born on 16 Apr 1851 in Harrison Twp., Ross Co., Ohio.5,128 He died on 21 May 1921 in Great Falls Montana.5,128 He was buried in Great Falls Montana.5,128 He is reference number 7973. Parents: John COSS and Colista RING.

Spouse: Mary BARCK. Samual COSS and Mary BARCK were married on 15 Jun 1873.5 Reference Number:30345 Children were: Lewis Dr. Edgar COSS, William Earl COSS, Samuel Albert COSS, Luella Ethel COSS, Florence Pearl COSS.


Samuel Albert COSS5,128 was born on 5 Jul 1882 in Springwater Twp., Rock Co., MN..5,128 He was buried in 1919 in Maplewood Cemetery Rock Co., Min..5,128 He died on 8 Aug 1919 in St. Paul Min..5,128 He is reference number 7978. Parents: Samual COSS and Mary BARCK.

Spouse: Jessie June BLANCO. Children were: Living COSS, Living COSS, Living COSS.


Vernon Hileman COSS5,128 was born on 20 Feb 1906 in Luverene, Rock Co., MN..5,128 He died on 2 Dec 1986 in Willmar, Kandiohi Co., MN..5,128 He was buried on 6 Dec 1986 in Fairview Cemetery, Willmar, Min..5,128 Parents: Lewis Dr. Edgar COSS and Irena Josephine HILEMAN.

Spouse: Viola Martha STRANBURG. Vernon Hileman COSS and Viola Martha STRANBURG were married on 17 Jul 1932.5 Children were: Living COSS, Living COSS, Living COSS, Living COSS.


William Earl COSS5,128 was born on 26 Mar 1877 in Springwater Twp., Rock Co., MN..5,128 He was buried in Medford Or..5,128 He is reference number 7977. Parents: Samual COSS and Mary BARCK.

Spouse: Dot Eva MOTT. Children were: Living COSS, Living COSS, Living COSS.


Living COSSABOOM.3

Spouse: Living HARMON. Children were: Living COSSABOOM.


Living COSSABOOM.3 Parents: Living COSSABOOM and Living HARMON.


COSSAR3,1117 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 51159.

Spouse: Jessie Miller BOYD. COSSAR and Jessie Miller BOYD were married. Reference Number:892336


Living COSSAR.3

Spouse: Jessie Miller Boyd SYME. Children were: Living COSSAR, Living COSSAR, Living COSSAR.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Jessie Miller Boyd SYME.

Spouse: Living CROOKE. Children were: Living COSSAR, Living COSSAR, Living COSSAR.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Living CROOKE.

Spouse: Living CUNNINGHAM.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Living CROOKE.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Living CROOKE.

Spouse: Living THOMSON. Children were: Living THOMSON.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Jessie Miller Boyd SYME.

Spouse: Living MCCABE. Children were: Living MCCABE, Living MCCABE.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Jessie Miller Boyd SYME.

Spouse: Living MARSHALL. Children were: Living COSSAR, Living COSSAR, Living COSSAR.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Living MARSHALL.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Living MARSHALL.

Spouse: Living BENNET.


Living COSSAR.3 Parents: Living COSSAR and Living MARSHALL.


Living COST.3

Spouse: Living BROWN.


Living COSTANTINO.

Spouse: Living FOWLER.


Michael COSTILLO2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29796.

Spouse: Margaret E. KINCAID. Michael COSTILLO and Margaret E. KINCAID were married. Reference Number:558771


Living COSTLIOU.3

Spouse: Living EGGERS. Children were: Living COSTLIOU.


Living COSTLIOU.3 Parents: Living COSTLIOU and Living EGGERS.


Cora Lee COSTNER3,91 was born on 8 Sep 1897 in Thackersville, Love OK.3,91 She died about 1990 in NM.3,91 She is reference number 99414. Parents: Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER and Alice BELL.

Spouse: Archie Mack COVINGTON. Archie Mack COVINGTON and Cora Lee COSTNER were married on 22 Nov 1914 in Banner, Calhoun, MS.3,91 Reference Number:1588524 Children were: Living COVINGTON.


Edgar COSTNER3,91 was born about 1893 in OK.3,91 He died about 1893 in OK.3,91 He is reference number 99411. Parents: Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER and Alice BELL.


Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER3,91 was born on 19 Jan 1872 in Pontotoc, MS.3,91 He died on 15 Jun 1951 in Heavener, Laflour, OK.3,91 He is reference number 99408. Parents: John Andrew Jackson COSTNER and Nancy Ann STEWART.

Spouse: Alice BELL. Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER and Alice BELL were married on 13 Jan 1895 in Banner. Calhoun, MS.3,91 Reference Number:1588441 Children were: Ona COSTNER, Edgar COSTNER, Infant COSTNER, Infant COSTNER, Cora Lee COSTNER.


Infant COSTNER3,91 was born about 1895.3,91 He died about 1895.3,91 He is reference number 99412. Parents: Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER and Alice BELL.


Infant COSTNER3,91 was born in 1895.3,91 She died in 1895.3,91 She is reference number 99413. Parents: Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER and Alice BELL.


John Andrew Jackson COSTNER3,91 was born on 15 May 1832 in Union Dist., Union, SC.3,91 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 99407.

Spouse: Nancy Ann STEWART. John Andrew Jackson COSTNER and Nancy Ann STEWART were married in 1863 in MS.3,91 Reference Number:875840 Children were: Edgar Eugene Or Lugene COSTNER.

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