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Catharine Ogle Gobin
Posted by: Luke Davidson (ID *****9781) Date: September 27, 2010 at 22:20:01
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I am looking for more information on Catharine Ogle Gobin. I have found very little about her, and the more information I find, the more confused I get. Her father is possibly Charles Gobin, though her maiden name seems to be Ogle, and if Charles Gobin is her father, then she married her first cousin, Cornelius Mix Gobin, who was the son of Jacob Shoemaker Gobin, Charles Gobin's brother. Catharine was born May 26, 1834 and died March 7, 1908 in Plum Run, Fulton County, Pennsylvania. She is buried in Damascus Cemetery, Thompson Township, Fulton County, Pennsylvania next to her husband, Cornelius M. Gobin, her son, Charles W. Gobin, her father, Charles Gobin, her step-mother, Sarah S. Gobin, and her step-aunt, Susan Scott. A distant cousin of mine is researching the Gobin family, and she believes that Catharine's mother was Mary Jane Peters, but Mary Jane died early on, and so Charles Gobin remarried to Sarah Scott. Cornelius Mix Gobin and Catharine Ogle Gobin were the parents of Clarence Eugene Gobin, my great-great grandfather, though my cousin told me something about his last name possibly being Pitman. I've seen a Fulton County Census that said that Charles and Sarah Scott Gobin had a servant girl named Catharine, and she was the right age to be Catharine Ogle, which makes me think that she might not be the daughter of Charles Gobin at all. I'm really confused about Catharine and her son Clarence, and I would appreciate help with this family.

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