Theo Elam CochraneOn Sunday, July 9, 2017 Theo Elam Cochrane, of Westerville, Ohio, known to his friends and family as Ted, died peaceably at Columbus Colony in Westerville, Ohio.He is survived by his wife, Lana Drew Cochrane; son, Brian Cochrane; granddaughter, Tara Cochrane; sister, Carole Cochrane; and brother and sister-in-law, Bruce and Deborah Cochrane. Ted was preceded in death by his mother and father Wanda Duncan Cochrane and Theo “Sonny” Elam Cochrane, Jr.Born May 28, 1949 in Charlotte, Ted grew up in Lincolnton, where he graduated from Lincolnton High School. He was honorably discharged from the Army in 1969 after serving two tours of duty in Vietnam. He worked as a sales representative in Ohio for Cochrane Furniture and later with the Honda Corporation in Maryville, Ohio where he retired in 1998.Ted was an avid pilot and enjoyed instructing student pilots part time. He was an automobile aficionado and his knowledge of automobile technology was extraordinary.An accomplished cook, Ted enjoyed reading cookbooks and cooking magazines to help plan and enjoy elaborate recipes with his loving wife Lana. Both were Civil War historians who traveled to many Civil War historic sites and enjoyed many battlefield re-enactments.Memorials can be made to Christian Ministry of Lincolnton, PO Box 423, Lincolnton, NC 28093
Notes: Married Margaret Bodkin. Info from Morton's History of Highland Co.
Birthdate based on age 34 in 1850 census, next to parents.
Possible 1840 census entry in Pendleton co on p. 127, as James S. Guin.
1850 VA, Bath Co, #168
James Guin 34 farmer, whole family b. Bath Co
James (?) 9 male
-- previous house is James's parents and previous to that is brother David
1860 VA, Bath Co, #65-60
James Gwinn 44 m farmer, R=7,000, P=1,500
Mary A. 35 f
William E. 23 m laborer
Mary 19 f
James R. 18 m laborer
Thomas 16 m laborer
Melinda 14 f
Moses 10 m
Martha 8 f
Cynthia 6 f
Laura 4 f
Alexander 1/12 m
Moses Gwinn 25 m laborer
John Jack 80 m laborer, pauper
Henry Camden 54 m laborer, pauper
Mathew McCarty 6 m pauper
--apparently James ran the Poor House, as several pauper deaths were reported by him in the 1860s as overseer of the Poor House
1870 VA, Bath co, p.36-B, p.22 of Warm Springs Twp
James S. Gwin 54 farm laborer, pv=300, b. Aug
Margaret 49 housekeeper, b. Apl
Martha J. 17 insane
Laura 12 at home, b. Mch
David A. 11 b. May
--I wonder about the insane designation for Martha, as Cleek says she married 3 yrs later and had a bunch of kids...
1880 VA, Bath co, Warm Springs Twp, p.452d, #104-104
Gwin, James S. 66, farmer, all b. VA
Margaret A. 63, wife
Laura A. dau, 22
David A. son, 19, laborer
Montgomery County, PA history of the Civil War
Richard Steven PooleIRON STATION — Graveside service with military honors for Richard Steven Poole, 67, was held at 1 p.m. Friday, December 28, 2012, in Fort Jackson National Cemetery.Mr. Poole died Sunday, December 23, 2012. Born in Charlotte, he was a son of the late Lawrence Richard and Bobbie Bumgardner Poole. A U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War, he was employed by the N.C. Department of Transportation and was owner of a logging and timber company.Surviving are his children, Shane Poole (Jessica) of Stanley, Stephanie Phillips (Christopher) of Lincolnton, Sherry Taylor of Stanley, David Pope of Iron Station; five grandchildren, Matthew Poole, Gavin Phillips, Shelby Poole, Dillon Taylor, Natalie Pope; and a brother, Donald Poole (Linda) of Iron Station. He was predeceased by his wife, Blanche Dellinger Poole and a brother, Ronald Poole.Memorials may be made to Wounded Warrior Project, 4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300, Jacksonville FL 32256.Please sign the online guestbook at .Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, Columbia, S.C., assisted the family.