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Books about Colhoun:
The Poll, For The Election Of Two Representatives In Parliament For The Borough Of Bedford. ... Poll Began June... by Bedford (England) (Mar 3, 2012)
A Journey Through Time: Following Our Scotch-Irish Ancestral Lines (Lines of Calhoon, Colhoun, Colquhoun, MacFarlane... by Robert Foss Hansen (1996)
Edmund Ross Colhoun / Charles O'Neil : a Register of Their Papers In the Library of Congress (Naval Historical... by Edmund Ross; O'Neil, Charles Colhoun (1967)
Our Honoured Relation: John Ewing and Floride Colhoun and the Unification of South Carolina by James L Green (2009)
The Hunter family of Virginia and connections: Embracing portions of families of Alexander, Pearson, Chapman,... by Sidney Methiot Culbertson (1997)
TREATISE ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PHYSIC With Notes and Additions, Adapted to the Practice of the United... by George Gregory (1826)
800 (EIGHT HUNDRED) YEARS OF COLQUHOUN, COLHOUN, CALHOUN, AND CAHOON FAMILY HISTORY In Ireland, Scotland, England... by Orval O. CALHOUN (1976)
Wiki information Colhoun:
USS Colhoun was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and later redesignated APD-2 in World War II. She was the first Navy ship named for Edmund Colhoun. Launched in 1918, she remained on convoy duty for the final few...
Edmund Ross Colhoun was a rear admiral of the United States Navy who served during the Mexican War and the American Civil War.