A. P. LINEN COACHRAN, attorney, Springfield; is a native of Pennsylvania, born in Cumberland County June 27,
1836. He received his education at Princeton College, from which he graduated in 1856, and, in the following year
came to Springfield, where he entered the law office of Rodgers & Cochran, the latter being a brother; subsequently
graduated at the Cincinnati Law School, and in 1859 formed a partnership with his brother, David XL Cochran, which
partnership existed until the death of David M., in September, 1870, after which the subject continued practice
alone until the present partnership with Robert C. Rodgers was formed, in 1877, since which the firm name has been
Cochran & Rodgers; their office is located in the block on the southeast corner of Main and Limestone streets.
Mr. Cochran was a member of the 152d O. N. G.; is a Republican in politics, but has never taken an active part
in public matters, nor sought official distinction, preferring rather to pursue the regular line of his profession,
and has established a valuable reputation as a lawyer and citizen. He married, Sept. 17, 1868, Miss Pearle A. B.
Wilbur, of Cincinnati; this union has been blessed by four children, three of whom are living - two sons and one
thughter; his residence is 301 South Limestone street.
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