This public site contains limited information to prevent continued copying of entire narratives by individuals into their Ancestry databases. Please contact me if you believe any of the information displayed is incorrect. My private site is password protected and contains complete narratives, sources and photographs.
This site is a public site with limited information. My private and original document sites are password protected and limited to family members. If you are related to a person in this public site, and wish to exchange information and sources please contact me TC Cottrell.
Even though this site contains limited information the material is still subject to copyright. Facts, names, dates, and places cannot be copyrighted - you are free to use this information. However the short narratives are my creative work and are copyrighted. You may copy them for your personal use, but may not republish them as they are written in any form including copying them to your Ancestry tree (public or private) or elswhere unless you have obtained written permission from me.
I have published six books which are available for sale.
The first titled Cottrell-Brashear Family Linage traces his ancestral lines back through at least four generations and contains details on children and grandchildren when known. It includes original photographs and documents from his private collection which have not previously been made available to the public.
The second titled My Campbell Heritage traces the author's Campbell ancestors through at least seven generations to Perth in central Scotland and includes details on children and grandchildren when known. It also includes original photographs and documents from his private collection.
The third titled The Cottrell Story traces the author's Cottrell heritage from the early 1700s to the present with historical events woven into their lives.
The fourth titled My Lashbrook-Taylor Ancestors traces the author's Lashbrook ancestors through seven generations to Meeth in Devon, England and his Taylor ancestors to Ireland in the early 1700s and includes details on children and grandchildren when known as well as original photographs and documents from his private collection.
The fifth titled Kentucky Lyunchings discusses the recorded lynchings that occurred in four Kentucky counties where the author lived or where the majority of his ancestors were born and raised. Counties in Kentucky include Warren, Logn, Daviess, and Mason.
The sixth titled Our Ancestors Survival Through Epidemics and Disease provides a look at the major diseases and epidemics in our country that impacted our ancestors. In the last chapter the author focuses on malidies that other than communicable diseases and provides a personal look at some of his andestors as they traveled across our land, sometimes leaving the graves of their loved ones behind.
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