Ancestors of EastMill



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Humphrey Cook




Husband Humphrey Cook 1 2 3

           Born: 1485 - Westhrop, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1545 - Westhrop, Suffolk, England
         Buried: 


         Father: John Cook 2 3
         Mother: Elizabeth Belnap 2 3


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Matilda Matilda 2 3 - 1508 2 3

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Birth - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England




Wife

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Children
1 M John Cook 1 2 3

           Born: 1515 - Westhrop, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1565 - Westhrop, Suffolk, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alice Carter 1 2 3
           Marr: May 8, 1540 - Westhrop, Suffolk, England 1 2 3




General Notes: Husband - Humphrey Cook

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Notes: Marriage

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General Notes: Child - John Cook

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Dwight Colburn Dewing and Ida Emeline Cook




Husband Dwight Colburn Dewing

           Born: January 3, 1852 - Mendon, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 10, 1899 - South Milford, Mass
         Buried: 


         Father: Charles Dewing
         Mother: Angeline Aurilla Colburn


       Marriage: April 9, 1875




Wife Ida Emeline Cook

           Born: June 2, 1855 - Providnce, R. I.
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Living As Of 1930
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Hamlet Elisha Dewing

           Born: October 8, 1876 - Milford, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Florence C.
           Marr: According To 1930 Census



2 F Marion Eliza Dewing

           Born: October 11, 1879 - Milford, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Asa Augustus Westcott
           Marr: April 10, 1907



3 F Angeline Dewing

           Born: October 25, 1881 - Bellingham, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Dwight Colburn Dewing

           Born: December 5, 1884
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 F Hazel Ballou Dewing

           Born: July 18, 1886 - Milford, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 16, 1969 - Mont Vernon, Hillsborough Co., NH
         Buried: 



6 M Earl Dewing

           Born: August 5, 1888 - Milford, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 F Gertrude Louise Dewing

           Born: March 29, 1891 - Milford, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Dwight Colburn Dewing

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General Notes: Wife - Ida Emeline Cook

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Notes: Marriage

milford, and state records give Apr 9, 1876 as their marriage date family records say Apr 9, 1875


General Notes: Child - Hamlet Elisha Dewing

was a farmer in 1930


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General Notes: Child - Marion Eliza Dewing

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/r/o/Rebecca-L-Brown/ GENE15-0239.html?Welcome=997216328 this genealogy has her birth date as Oct 12 1880, it is also where i find the info about her husband and all the info pertaining to that http://members.tripod.com/~rlbrown/wescott/dat82.htm

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General Notes: Child - Angeline Dewing

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General Notes: Child - Dwight Colburn Dewing

died as an infant

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General Notes: Child - Hazel Ballou Dewing

single as of 1930, living with her mother. listed as being a stenographer HAZEL DEWING SSN 003-40-4591 Residence: 03057 Mont Vernon, Hillsborough, NH Born 18 Jul 1886 Last Benefit: Died 15 Mar 1969 Issued: NH (1966)

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General Notes: Child - Earl Dewing

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General Notes: Child - Gertrude Louise Dewing

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Isaac Cook and Elizabeth Waters




Husband Isaac Cook

           Born: 
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         Father: Samuel Cook
         Mother: Mary Small


       Marriage: 




Wife Elizabeth Waters

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Nathaniel Waters
         Mother: Elizabeth King





Children
1 F Lydia Cook

           Born: 1740
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 23, 1793 - Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Daniel Reed



2 F Hannah Cook

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Samuel Darby



3 F Abigail Cook

           Born: 
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Isaac Cook and Sarah Smith




Husband Isaac Cook

           Born: 1723 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Mary Houghton


       Marriage: 1770 - NC




Wife Sarah Smith

           Born: 1754 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William Smith
         Mother: Jean





Children
1 M William Cook

           Born: November 20, 1774 - Bush River Mm, South Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Hawkins
           Marr: 1805 - Cane Creek Mm, SC




General Notes: Husband - Isaac Cook

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993

had 7-children


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Smith

/Cook/

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993

had 7-children


General Notes: Child - William Cook

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993

had 10-children
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Isaac Cook and Mary Houghton




Husband Isaac Cook

           Born: October 18, 1702 - Tarvin, Cheshire, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Peter Cooke
         Mother: Elinor Norman


       Marriage: 1720 - NC




Wife Mary Houghton

           Born: 1704 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Houghton
         Mother: Ann Gregg





Children
1 M Isaac Cook

           Born: 1723 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Smith
           Marr: 1770 - NC




General Notes: Husband - Isaac Cook

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993


General Notes: Wife - Mary Houghton

/Cook/

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993


General Notes: Child - Isaac Cook

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993

had 7-children
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Thadius Constantine Davenport and Isabella Jane Cook




Husband Thadius Constantine Davenport

           Born: 1847 - Alabama, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: December 27, 1867 - Kirk's Grove, AL




Wife Isabella Jane Cook

           Born: September 22, 1844 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William C. Cook
         Mother: Amarintha Caroline Rayburn





Children
1 F Cora Linn Davenport

           Born: October 5, 1868 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Mary Alma Davenport

           Born: March 8, 1870 - Kirks Grove, AL
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Maud Adaline Davenport

           Born: January 25, 1872 - Kirks Grove, AL
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Annie Edna Davenport

           Born: 1876 - Kirks Grove, AL
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           Died: 
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5 F Willie Ethel Davenport

           Born: July 23, 1879 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M James Edward Cleveland Davenport

           Born: December 10, 1882 - Jacksonville, GA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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7 M Emmet Cook Davenport

           Born: January 8, 1886 - Jacksonville, GA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thadius Constantine Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Wife - Isabella Jane Cook

/Davenport/

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130 201


General Notes: Child - Cora Linn Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Child - Mary Alma Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Child - Maud Adaline Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Child - Annie Edna Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Child - Willie Ethel Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Child - James Edward Cleveland Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201


General Notes: Child - Emmet Cook Davenport

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 201
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Isabelle Belle Frances Cook




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Wife Isabelle Belle Frances Cook

            AKA: Belle, Belle
           Born: May 20, 1853 - Harrington, Washington Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 15, 1918
         Buried: 


         Father: Nathaniel Craft Cook
         Mother: Louisa Wass Colson





Children

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J. M. Cook and Emmeline Harmon




Husband J. M. Cook

           Born: 
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       Marriage: October 8, 1851




Wife Emmeline Harmon

           Born: June 29, 1832 - ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Abner Harmon
         Mother: Mary Harmon





Children

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James Cook and Mary Osgood




Husband James Cook

           Born: January 19, 1817 - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1882 - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
         Buried: 


         Father: John Cook
         Mother: Esther Abbott


       Marriage: 1835 - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada




Wife Mary Osgood

           Born: 1819 - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - James Cook

info-L.Nutbrown 1997


General Notes: Wife - Mary Osgood

/Cook/

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Capt. James Cook and Elizabeth Kennedy




Husband Capt. James Cook 4

           Born: April 9, 1814
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: David Cook
         Mother: Betsey Campbell 5


       Marriage: December 19, 1843

   Other Spouse: Pamela D. Mellus - March 5, 1857

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation - Sea Captian




Wife Elizabeth Kennedy 4

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Capt. Robert Kennedy 4
         Mother: Sarah Campbell 5





Children

General Notes: Husband - Capt. James Cook

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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Kennedy

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Capt. James Cook and Pamela D. Mellus




Husband Capt. James Cook 4

           Born: April 9, 1814
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: David Cook
         Mother: Betsey Campbell 5


       Marriage: March 5, 1857

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Kennedy 4 - December 19, 1843

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation - Sea Captian




Wife Pamela D. Mellus

           Born: 1827 - Lincoln, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1876
         Buried:  - Damariscotta, Lincoln, Maine

Noted events in her life were:
1. Residence - Buffalo



Children

General Notes: Husband - Capt. James Cook

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General Notes: Wife - Pamela D. Mellus

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James Monroe Cook and Emily W. Fifield




Husband James Monroe Cook 6

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       Marriage: August 30, 1837 7




Wife Emily W. Fifield 8

           Born: November 5, 1817 6
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 10, 1896 - Boston, Suffolk, MA 7
         Buried: 


         Father: Peter Fifield 9 10
         Mother: Mehitable Rowe 11





Children
1 F Emily Jane Cook 7

           Born: September 12, 1839 - Newton, Norfolk, MA 7
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alfred Bridges Tainter 7



2 M Charles Monroe Cook 7

           Born: August 28, 1841 - Boston, Suffolk, MA 7
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 16, 1930 - Boston, Suffolk, MA 7
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Harriet Abby Tainter 7
           Marr: October 17, 1863 7



3 F Henrietta Josephine Cook 7

            AKA: Etta Cook
           Born: May 20, 1847 - Boston, Suffolk, MA 7
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 16, 1918 7
         Buried: 
         Spouse: George W. States 7
           Marr: May 23, 1876 12




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Jeffery Cook and Pam Cook




Husband Jeffery Cook

           Born:  - Parkdale  P E I
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Edwin Chandler Cook
         Mother: Hazel Pearle Coffin


       Marriage: 




Wife Pam Cook

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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Children

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George W. Jay and Jenny Cook




Husband George W. Jay

           Born: 1885
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1965
         Buried: 


         Father: Samuel Jay
         Mother: Anne Jay


       Marriage: 




Wife Jenny Cook

           Born: 1886
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1968
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Myrtle Irene Jay

           Born: 1907
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Harold B. Jay



2 F Lillian Myrtle Jay

           Born: 1910
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Earle Macdonald




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Jerry Cook and Dianne Elene Waisner




Husband Jerry Cook

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       Marriage: 




Wife Dianne Elene Waisner

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Rolla Green Waisner
         Mother: Frances Hicks





Children
1 M Michael Gene Cook

           Born: 
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2 M Tony Cook

           Born: 
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3 M Jesse Cook

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Jim Cook and Linda




Husband Jim Cook

           Born: March 6, 1953
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 1999
         Buried:  - Hillsdale Cemetery, Petrolia, Ontario


         Father: Lloyd S. Cook
         Mother: Brown


       Marriage: 




Wife Linda

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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Children
1 F Cook

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Wright



2 F Cook

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Vanhooft



3 M Cook

           Born: 
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Job M. Cook and Susan Gardner




Husband Job M. Cook

           Born: 1823 - Prob. Raymand, Cumberland, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1880 - Auburn, Androscoggin, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Hezekiah Cook
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 1849 - East Weymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts




Wife Susan Gardner

           Born: December 16, 1829 - Hingham, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1880 - Prob. Auburn, Androscoggin, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Jacob Gardner
         Mother: Hannah Beal Bailey





Children
1 M Otis J. Cook

           Born: 1859 - New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Otis J. Cook

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John Cook and Thankful Goodwin




Husband John Cook

           Born: December 23, 1673 - Salem, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Elizabeth Buxton


       Marriage: January 22, 1761




Wife Thankful Goodwin

           Born:  - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William Goodwin
         Mother: Elizabeth Collier





Children
1 M James Cook

           Born: October 11, 1761
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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2 M John Cook

           Born: April 22, 1764
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 14, 1764
         Buried: 



3 M William Cook

           Born: April 22, 1764
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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4 F Elizabeth Cook

           Born: July 5, 1767
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           Died: 
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5 F Mary Cook

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6 M John Cook

           Born: March 3, 1777
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General Notes: Child - Mary Cook

Still Living.
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John Cook




Husband John Cook

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Wife

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Children
1 F Margaret Cook

           Born: August 3, 1741
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 14, 1810
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Seth Cobb
           Marr: October 21, 1765




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John Cook and Hannah Wadsworth




Husband John Cook

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Wife Hannah Wadsworth

           Born: July 8, 1714 - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
       Baptized: July 11, 1714 - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
           Died: November 6, 1743 - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
         Buried: 
            AFN:  R7VD-LP


         Father: Jonathan Wadsworth
         Mother: Hepzibah Marsh





Children

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John Barker Cook




Husband John Barker Cook

           Born: November 14, 1855 - Milbridge, Washington Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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         Father: Nathaniel Craft Cook
         Mother: Louisa Wass Colson


       Marriage: 




Wife

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Children

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John Craig Cook and Harriet Osgood




Husband John Craig Cook

           Born: May 15, 1811 - Eaton, Quebec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 16, 1882 - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
         Buried: 


         Father: John Cook
         Mother: Esther Abbott


       Marriage: 1830 - Eaton, Quebec, Canada




Wife Harriet Osgood

           Born: 1814 - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Cookshire, Quebec, Canada
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - John Craig Cook

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General Notes: Wife - Harriet Osgood

/Cook/

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John Harrison Cook and Jane Light




Husband John Harrison Cook

           Born: September 15, 1825
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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         Father: Reuben Cook
         Mother: Wealthy Huntley


       Marriage: 




Wife Jane Light

           Born: 
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Children

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Johnnie Jacob Cook and Rose Marie Miles Edwards




Husband Johnnie Jacob Cook

           Born: 1914
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: December 4, 1936 - Roosevelt, Duchesne, Utah, USA




Wife Rose Marie Miles Edwards

           Born: June 6, 1918
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 1, 2003 - Panguitch, Garfield, Utah, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Homer Percival Edwards
         Mother: Martha Jane Miles





Children
1 F Cook

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robbins



2 M Cook

           Born: 
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3 F Cook

           Born: 
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4 M Cook

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Johnnie Jacob Cook

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General Notes: Wife - Rose Marie Miles Edwards

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General Notes: Child - Cook

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General Notes: Child - Cook

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General Notes: Child - Cook

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General Notes: Child - Cook

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Joseph Cook and Lucretia Post




Husband Joseph Cook

           Born:  - Harwinton, Litchfield, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 5, 1821
         Buried: 


         Father: Aaron Cook
         Mother: Hannah Wadsworth


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Martha Griswold




Wife Lucretia Post

           Born: 
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         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Wife - Lucretia Post

Still Living.
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Joseph Cook and Martha Griswold




Husband Joseph Cook

           Born:  - Harwinton, Litchfield, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 5, 1821
         Buried: 


         Father: Aaron Cook
         Mother: Hannah Wadsworth


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Lucretia Post




Wife Martha Griswold

           Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Wife - Martha Griswold

Still Living.
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Joshua Cook




Husband Joshua Cook 13

           Born:  - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 31, 1737 13
         Buried: 


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 14 15
         Mother: Deborah Hopkins 13 16 17 18 19


       Marriage: 




Wife

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Children

Notes: Marriage

LAST FIVE CHILDREN FROM ASSOCIATION WITH OTHERS AND LAND RECORDS.
NOTICE CHILDRENS NAMES ARE COOK. THIS FAMILY MOVED TO CT AFTER ,, 1742.
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Josiah Cook and Mary Lufkin




Husband Josiah Cook

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       Marriage: April 25, 1745 - Suffolk, Boston MA




Wife Mary Lufkin

           Born: September 4, 1721 - Gloucester MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Jacob Lufkin
         Mother: Mary Davis





Children

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John Pudney and Judith Cook




Husband John Pudney

           Born: 
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           Died: 1712
         Buried: 
       Marriage: November 18, 1662




Wife Judith Cook

           Born: September 5, 1643 - Salem, New London, CT.
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Cook
         Mother: Judith Birdsall





Children
1 M Jonathan Pudney

           Born: 
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         Spouse: Martha Green




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James Lowell Little and Julia Augusta Cook




Husband James Lowell Little

           Born: April 4, 1810 - Marshfield, , MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 19, 1889
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1WRF-09W


         Father: Luther Little
         Mother: Hannah Lovell


       Marriage: October 18, 1843 - New York, New York




Wife Julia Augusta Cook

           Born: March 14, 1824 - Boston MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 14, 1883 - Blythswood" Swampscott MA
         Buried: 



Children
1 M James Lovell Little

           Born: November 1, 1845 - Brookline Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 20, 1914 - Brookline Mass
         Buried:  - Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Mass.
         Spouse: Mary Robbins Revere
           Marr: January 21, 1874 - Boston, MA



2 M Grace Atkinson Little

           Born: September 24, 1844 - Boston MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 21, 1899 - Marblehead MA
         Buried: 



3 M John Mason Little

           Born: January 14, 1848 - Boston MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 24, 1919 - Boston MA
         Buried: 



4 F Julia Wellington Little

           Born: September 15, 1849 - Lynn MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 11, 1852 - Boston MA
         Buried: 



5 M Arthur Little

           Born: November 9, 1852 - Boston MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1926
         Buried: 



6 M William Little

           Born: November 5, 1854 - Swampscott MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 7, 1856 - Boston MA
         Buried: 



7 M Philip Little

           Born: September 6, 1857 - Swampscott MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 31, 1942 - Salem MA
         Buried: 




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Richard McGlauflin and Katherine C. Cook




Husband Richard McGlauflin

           Born:  - South Portland, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: George E. McGlauflin
         Mother: Margaret G. Flaherty


       Marriage: April 10, 1947 - Rockport, Massachusetts




Wife Katherine C. Cook

           Born:  - Portland, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Miles and Keeney Tuka Cook




Husband Miles

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Keeney Tuka Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Cook
         Mother: Frances Ellen Rawls





Children

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Albert Patten and Laura Cook




Husband Albert Patten

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Edward Patten
         Mother: Harriett Marcellus


       Marriage: April 11, 1917




Wife Laura Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Lendon Charles Cook and Betty A. McCorquindale




Husband Lendon Charles Cook

           Born: July 14, 1933 - Waterville, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 2, 1992 - Burnham, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Ernest Fredrick Cook
         Mother: Gladys Irene Branch


       Marriage: October 12, 1953




Wife Betty A. McCorquindale

           Born: May 15, 1935 - Newport, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 1973 - Burnham, Maine
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - Lendon Charles Cook

http://www.familysearch.org - SSDI:
Lendon COOK
Birth Date: 14 Jul 1933
Death Date: 2 Jan 1992
Social Security Number: 046-24-1769
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Connecticut


General Notes: Wife - Betty A. McCorquindale

Cause of Death:<CAUS> Auto accident
http://www.familysearch.org - SSDI:
Betty COOK
Birth Date: 15 Mar 1935
Death Date: Sep 1973
Social Security Number: 047-28-0486
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Connecticut
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 04922
Localities: Burnham, Waldo, Maine
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Norman A. Macdonald and Leola I. Cook




Husband Norman A. Macdonald

           Born: January 4, 1940
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 4, 1999
         Buried: 
       Marriage: July 1959

Noted events in his life were:
1. Residence - Last Known : Albion, Maine




Wife Leola I. Cook

           Born: November 22, 1943 - Waterville, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 10, 2001 - Waterville, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Ernest Fredrick Cook
         Mother: Gladys Irene Branch





Children

General Notes: Husband - Norman A. Macdonald

http://www.familysearch.org - SSDI:
Norman MACDONALD
Birth Date: 4 Jan 1940
Death Date: 4 Oct 1999
Social Security Number: 004-40-5742
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Maine
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 04910
Localities: Albion, Kennebec, Maine
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Lizzie Crafts Cook




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Lizzie Crafts Cook

           Born: January 5, 1852 - Harrington, Washington Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 22, 1936 - Tewksbury, Middlesex Co, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Nathaniel Craft Cook
         Mother: Louisa Wass Colson





Children

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Henry C. Marden and Lucebe Cook




Husband Henry C. Marden

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry C. Marden
         Mother: Althea T. Jipson


       Marriage: August 29, 1869 - Monroe, Maine




Wife Lucebe Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Henry M. Marden

           Born: July 31, 1871
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Bessie L. Marden

           Born: March 21, 1876
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Daniel Reed and Lydia Cook




Husband Daniel Reed

           Born: 1740
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Reed
         Mother: Rebecca Burton


       Marriage: 




Wife Lydia Cook

           Born: 1740
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 23, 1793 - Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Elizabeth Waters





Children
1 M William Reed

           Born: November 3, 1775 - Danvers, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 28, 1848 - Norway, ME
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Cobb
           Marr: 1800 - Norway, ME



2 F Rebecca Reed

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Samuel Flint




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Horace Hersey and Lydia J. Cook




Husband Horace Hersey

           Born: March 8, 1846 - Hingham, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Cushing Hersey
         Mother: Lydia Allen Hersey


       Marriage: October 3, 1869 - Hingham, Massachusetts




Wife Lydia J. Cook

           Born: May 2, 1848 - Hull, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Warren Cushing Hersey

           Born: November 14, 1870 - Hingham, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Horace Hersey

           Born: October 14, 1872 - Hingham, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 15, 1872 - Hingham, Massachusetts
         Buried: 



3 F Mabel Wade Hersey

           Born: April 13, 1876 - Hingham, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 14, 1876 - Hingham, Massachusetts
         Buried: 



4 F Mabel Allen Hersey

           Born: July 24, 1877 - Hingham, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Isaac H. Ridlon and Marona Cook




Husband Isaac H. Ridlon

           Born: 1831 - Baldwin, Cumberland Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Ridlon
         Mother: Mercy  Massie Hancock


       Marriage: 




Wife Marona Cook

           Born:  - Baldwin, Cumberland Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Frederick Fred Murch Ridlon

            AKA: Fred
           Born: June 8, 1856 - Baldwin, Cumberland Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Franklin M. Ridlon

           Born: April 12, 1861 - Baldwin, Cumberland Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Child - Frederick Fred Murch Ridlon

Occupation: Farmer, Living in Limerick, ME in 1880 Census.
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Wright Stratton and Martha Cook




Husband Wright Stratton

           Born: March 3, 1822 - Northfield, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Harris Stratton
         Mother: Sophia Ruggles


       Marriage: April 10, 1845 - Northfield, MA

   Other Spouse: Cook




Wife Martha Cook

           Born: 1823 - Northfield, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 23, 1858 - Northfield, MA
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Wentworth Stratton

           Born: 1851 - Northfield, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1860 - Northfield, MA
         Buried: 




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Mary Cook




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: 1707 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 16, 1788 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: Samuel Cook
         Mother: Mary Small





Children

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Robert Moulton and Mary Cook




Husband Robert Moulton

           Born: 
       Baptized: June 23, 1644 - Salem, MA
           Died: 1730 - Salem, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Moulton
         Mother: Abigail Goade


       Marriage: July 17, 1672 - Salem, Essex, England




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: September 15, 1648 - Salem, New London, CT.
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Cook
         Mother: Judith Birdsall





Children
1 F Martha Moulton

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 18, 1735 - Brimfield, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Thomas Green
           Marr: Salem, MA



2 M Robert Moulton

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Hannah Moulton

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Stephen Flint




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William Johnson and Mary Cook




Husband William Johnson

           Born: September 29, 1662 - Woburn, Middlesex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 23, 1717 - Canterbury, Windham, CT
         Buried: 


         Father: John Johnson
         Mother: Bethia Reed


       Marriage:  - Cambridge, MA

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Birth - Canterbury, Kent, England

2. Alt. Death - Woburn, Middlesex, MA, USA




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: September 12, 1668 - Salem, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Elizabeth Buxton



   Other Spouse: Thomas Stevens


Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Alt. Marriage - Woburn Middlesex MA


Children
1 F Elizabeth Johnson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Ebenezer Johnson

           Born: March 29, 1691 - Woburn, Middlesex, MA, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Woburn, Middlesex, MA, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Winn



3 F Mary Johnson

           Born: 1692 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 4, 1766 - Pachaug, New London, Connecticut, USA
         Buried: 



4 F Susannah Johnson

           Born:  - Canterbury, Windham, CT, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1728 - Canterbury, Windham, CT, USA
         Buried: 



5 F Abigail Johnson

           Born: August 12, 1706 - Canterbury, Windham. CT
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1758 - Westerly, RI
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joseph Bundy
         Spouse: Cyprian Stevens
           Marr: May 1, 1723 - Plainfield, Windham, CT




General Notes: Wife - Mary Cook

Alias:<ALIA> Mary /Cooke/
Mary COOK
DEATH: 04 MAY 1766, Preston, CT [S75]
BIRTH: 1675, Stonington, CT [S75]
BIRTH: ABT 1676, Norwich, CT [S44]
REFN:1694
Father: Richard COOKE
Mother: Grace
Family 1: John CARTER
MARRIAGE: BEF 1706, Canterbury, Windham, CT [S10] [S18] [S75]
John CARTER
Bethiah CARTER
Family 2: James BUNDY
MARRIAGE: 12 APR 1731, First Griswold Church, Griswold, CT [S75]


General Notes: Child - Mary Johnson

Name
JOHNSON, MARY
Event/Date Fath
er Moth
er Location
MARY JOHNSON
" Married 1710 , , BUNDY, JAMES "
"
" Married 1711 , , BUNDY, JAMES "
" Married 1712 , , BUNDY, JAMES CT "
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Thomas Stevens and Mary Cook




Husband Thomas Stevens

           Born: April 14, 1665 - Sudbury, Middlesex, MA, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1730 - CT, USA
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: September 12, 1668 - Salem, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Elizabeth Buxton



   Other Spouse: William Johnson - Cambridge, MA



Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary Cook

Alias:<ALIA> Mary /Cooke/
Mary COOK
DEATH: 04 MAY 1766, Preston, CT [S75]
BIRTH: 1675, Stonington, CT [S75]
BIRTH: ABT 1676, Norwich, CT [S44]
REFN:1694
Father: Richard COOKE
Mother: Grace
Family 1: John CARTER
MARRIAGE: BEF 1706, Canterbury, Windham, CT [S10] [S18] [S75]
John CARTER
Bethiah CARTER
Family 2: James BUNDY
MARRIAGE: 12 APR 1731, First Griswold Church, Griswold, CT [S75]
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Thomas Cox and Mary Cook




Husband Thomas Cox

           Born: 1700 - PA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1722 - Londongrove, Chester Co, PA




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: 1706 - Norwich, Cheshire, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Peter Cooke
         Mother: Elinor Norman





Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Cox

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993


General Notes: Wife - Mary Cook

/Cox/

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993
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William Wadsworth and Mary Cook




Husband William Wadsworth

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 29, 1771
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Wadsworth
         Mother: Joanna Hovey


       Marriage: July 22, 1755




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M William Wadsworth

           Born: 1752
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1786
         Buried: 



2 M Roger Wadsworth

           Born: 1756
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1810
         Buried: 




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John Albert Peltier and Mary Cook




Husband John Albert Peltier

           Born: August 5, 1860 - Mt. Clemens, Michigan, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Jean Baptiste Peltier
         Mother: Marie Anne Rivard


       Marriage: October 24, 1892 - St. Paul Church, Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Gefery Fiske and Mary Cook




Husband Gefery Fiske

           Born: 1552 - St James, South Elham Co. England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1629 - Great Bently, Essexco., England
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Fiske
         Mother: Sybil Gold


       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 21, 1775
         Buried: 


         Father: Moses Cook
         Mother: Mary Barnard





Children
1 M David Fiske

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Smythe




General Notes: Husband - Gefery Fiske

Source Ancestry.com,World Connect
* Name: Geoffery FISKE
* Given Name: Geoffery
* Surname: Fiske
* Sex: M
* Birth: Abt 1552 in St James South ElmhamCo.England
* Death: Abt Jun 1629 in Great Bentley,Essex Co. England
* Note:

From NEHGS Register v.86,page 435"Genealogical Research in England"
The Will of Jeffery Fiske" in the towne" of Great Bently [Great Bently] Co. essex, yeoman, dated 11 May 1629. My soul to the Almighty God. To Samuel Fisk, my eldest son, living in Weybred[Weybread], co Suffolk, my best suit of apparel. To
Elizabeth Fisk, daughter of the said Samuel Fisk, 5s.,to be oaid at the end of her apprenticeship. I appoint David Fisk of Weley [Weeley,co Essex] and Martine Underwood of Bentleyexecutors, giving to them whatsoever remains at Bentley, they
paying all funeral expenses. [Signed] Jeffery Fysk.
[Witnesses:] John Locke, the mark of Helen Hayes. Proved at Colchester 23 July 1629.(Archdeaconry of Colchester [Somerset House, London], original will, No.8.)
"Yeoman of Great Bentley"
Will Dated May 11,1629, Will Proved 23 July 1629
Reside: Early-St. James, South Elmham Co., England
Later- Great Bentley, Essex Co., England


Father: Robert FISKE b: 1521
Mother: Sybil GOLD
Marriage 1 Mary COOKE
* Married: in Laxfield Suffolk Co. England


General Notes: Wife - Mary Cook

Name also reported as Sarah.
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John Gubbins and Mary Ann Cook




Husband John Gubbins

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Ann Cook

           Born: December 30, 1822
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Reuben Cook
         Mother: Wealthy Huntley





Children

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James Wesley Keller and Mary Ann Eliza Cook




Husband James Wesley Keller

           Born: September 16, 1833 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: David Keller
         Mother: Nancy Lomax


       Marriage: May 3, 1880 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA

   Other Spouse: Louisa Rebecca Wilson - July 24, 1866 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA

   Other Spouse: Susan Amanda Wilson - 1890 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA




Wife Mary Ann Eliza Cook

           Born: February 22, 1843 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 24, 1886 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: William C. Cook
         Mother: Amarintha Caroline Rayburn





Children
1 M James Edwin Keller

           Born: April 5, 1881 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 19, 1939
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - James Wesley Keller

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 76 131,132

MILI asst surgeon in Conf Army

OCCU medical doctor


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann Eliza Cook

/Keller/

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 132 201


General Notes: Child - James Edwin Keller

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 132
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Gerald Beedy Witham and Mary Dorothy Cook




Husband Gerald Beedy Witham

           Born:  - Kansas
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Ralph Howard Witham
         Mother: Jennie Thursa Beedy


       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
1. Census




Wife Mary Dorothy Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Witham

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Dahlke




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Dorastus B. Myers and Mary Ellen Cook




Husband Dorastus B. Myers

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Alexander Ellis Myers
         Mother: Caroline Frances Carnes


       Marriage: October 21, 1896




Wife Mary Ellen Cook

           Born: 1873 - Fox Township, Kendall County, IL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Conover Rezo Cook
         Mother: Arvilla L. Brown





Children

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Elmer Ernest Grant and Mildred Cook




Husband Elmer Ernest Grant

           Born: August 12, 1900 - Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1970 - Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: Frank Grant
         Mother: Jessie Freemont Boynton


       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
1. Soc Sec Num, 010-01-0911 MA

2. Census, 1910 - Patten, Penobscot County, Maine

3. Census, 1920 - Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts




Wife Mildred Cook

           Born: 1903
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1975
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - Elmer Ernest Grant

Rootsweb database of Victor Grant Hillard, Jr.
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Samuel Wadsworth and Millicent Cook




Husband Samuel Wadsworth

           Born: October 20, 1646 - Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
       Baptized: October 20, 1646 - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
           Died: September 17, 1682 - Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
         Buried: 
            AFN:  8KL5-VG


         Father: William Wadsworth
         Mother: Elizabeth Stone


       Marriage: 




Wife Millicent Cook

           Born: August 4, 1723
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Aaron Cook
         Mother: Hannah Wadsworth





Children

General Notes: Husband - Samuel Wadsworth

Still Living.
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Edgar J. Floyd Farrington and Minnie Cook




Husband Edgar J. Floyd Farrington

           Born: March 29, 1836 - Parkman, Geauga County, Ohio, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 21, 1904 - Parkman, Geauga County, Ohio, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Farrington
         Mother: Mary Louisa Goodsell


       Marriage: September 4, 1877 - Geauga County, Ohio, USA

   Other Spouse: Betsey Eliza Hopkins - February 22, 1866 - Albion, Noble County, Indiana, USA




Wife Minnie Cook

           Born: 1861 - Parkman, Geauga County, Ohio, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - Edgar J. Floyd Farrington

BURI: North Cemetery Parkman Geauga Co OH

BAPL SUBMITTED

ENDL SUBMITTED

SLGC SUBMITTED

REFN 209-C10h

was in info-B.Caris 1997

was a carrier with the US Post Office

served in 14th OH Light Arty during the Civil War.

D:\ROOTS\STORY\RN23484.TXT

was in info-R.Caris 1996


General Notes: Wife - Minnie Cook

/Farrington/

was in info-B.Caris 1997

was in IGI OH
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Morton Cook and Catharine Purchase Tinkham




Husband Morton Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: December 24, 1868 - Elkader, IA




Wife Catharine Purchase Tinkham

           Born: January 16, 1832 - Brighton, Monroe Co., NY
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 1, 1915 - Pierson, Woodbury Co., IA
         Buried: 


         Father: John Jr. Tinkham
         Mother: Mehitable Pottle



   Other Spouse: Martin Phillip Stearns - March 4, 1858 - Volga, IA



Children

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James Hubbard and Naomi Cook




Husband James Hubbard 20

           Born: 1578 - Mendelsham, Suffolk, Eng 20
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 26, 1655 - Essex, Eng 20
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Hubbard 20
         Mother: Elizabeth Ford 20


       Marriage: 1603 - Mendelsham, Suffolk, Eng 20

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation 20 - Tanner




Wife Naomi Cook 20

           Born: 1582 - Mendelsham, Suffolk, Eng 20
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Cocke 20
         Mother: 





Children
1 M James Hubbard

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1633
         Buried: 



2 F Sarah Hubbard

           Born: 1593
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Thomas Hubbard

           Born: 1604 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Benjamin Hubbard

           Born: 1608 - Mendlesham, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Samuel Hubbard

           Born: 1610 - Mendlesham, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 F Rachel Hubbard 20

           Born: 1611 - Mendlesham, Suffolk, England 20
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1648 - Fairfield, Fairfield Co., CT 20
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Anthony Wilson
           Marr: August 5, 1642 - Fairfield, CT
         Spouse: John Brundage 20
           Marr: 1629 - Belstead, Suffolk, England 20




General Notes: Husband - James Hubbard

[Darcy.FTW]

His and his wife's monuments are yet standing in the old Cambridge parish churchyard. This church was established in 1636. The monuments are of thick slate and have withstood time's elements remarkably well, the inscriptions being quite legible.
Source: "Hubbard History"


Notes: Marriage

_STATMARRIED


General Notes: Child - Rachel Hubbard

1 BIRT
2 DATE 1611
1 DEAT
2 DATE 1648
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Sanford Dewing and Neourly C. Cook




Husband Sanford Dewing

           Born: December 8, 1810
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 11, 1893 - Bridgeport, CT.
         Buried: 


         Father: Abijah Dewing
         Mother: Dorothy Dorthea Morse


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Abigail T. Bennett




Wife Neourly C. Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 25, 1878
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - Sanford Dewing

if you have any questions, comments, additions, or corrections, please contact me at adamdewing@mindless.com


Death Notes: Wife - Neourly C. Cook

age 59


General Notes: Wife - Neourly C. Cook

if you have any questions, comments, additions, or corrections, please contact me at adamdewing@mindless.com
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Jeffery Tootle and Norma Cook




Husband Jeffery Tootle

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Norma Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Norman Cook
         Mother: Cordelia York





Children
1 M Shawn Tootle

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Norman Cook and Cordelia York




Husband Norman Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Cordelia York

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Rodney York
         Mother: Hattie Odonal





Children
1 F Norma Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jeffery Tootle



2 F Rae Elaine Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Paul Batchelder



3 M Ernest Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Norman Earl Cook and Gertrude Elizabeth George




Husband Norman Earl Cook

           Born: 1896 - Cookville, Westmorland, New Brunswick
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 28, 1923 - Sunny Brae, Westmorland, New Brunswick




Wife Gertrude Elizabeth George

           Born: June 6, 1905
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Arthur Narrway George
         Mother: Annie Rebecca Wheaton





Children

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Isaac Goodale and Patience Cook




Husband Isaac Goodale

           Born: November 1633 - Dennington, Suffolk Co., England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1679 - Salem, Mass
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Goodale
         Mother: Catherine Valhan Killiam


       Marriage: November 29, 1668 - Salem, Mass




Wife Patience Cook

           Born: 1655 - Salem, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1708 - Salem, Mass
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Zachariah Goodale

           Born: May 15, 1675
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1747
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Cousins




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Peleg Cook and Mary Grinnell




Husband Peleg Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Grinnell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Grinnell
         Mother: Comfort Billings





Children

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Albert Orr and Philinda Cook




Husband Albert Orr

           Born: October 10, 1830 - Harpswell, Cumberland, Maine 21 22 23 24 25
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 7, 1900 - Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine 24 26
 Cause of Death: catarrhal pneumonia; septicaemia
         Buried:  - Pine Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine


         Father: Charles Orr Captain
         Mother: Nancy Curtis


       Marriage: April 22, 1860




Wife Philinda Cook

           Born: February 18, 1836 - Litchfield, Kennebec, Maine 25 27
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 29, 1917 - Stockton, San Joaquin, California 28
         Buried: January 5, 1918 - Pine Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine



Children
1 M Melvin M. Orr

           Born: April 3, 1861 - Stockton, San Joaquin, California 25
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Catherine Nancy Orr

           Born: June 9, 1867 - Massachusetts 25
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Grace Mary Orr

           Born: January 18, 1872 - Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine 25
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Rachel Cook




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Rachel Cook

           Born: September 25, 1645 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 10, 1740 - Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Cook
         Mother: Judith Birdsall



   Other Spouse: Elisha Kibee - December 12, 1667



Children

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Elisha Kibee and Rachel Cook




Husband Elisha Kibee

           Born: 1644
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1735
         Buried: 
       Marriage: December 12, 1667




Wife Rachel Cook

           Born: September 25, 1645 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 10, 1740 - Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Cook
         Mother: Judith Birdsall





Children

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Reuben Cook and Wealthy Huntley




Husband Reuben Cook

           Born: September 12, 1779 - Preston, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 6, 1866 - Preston, Connecticut
         Buried: 
       Marriage: April 27, 1806 - Preston, Connecticut




Wife Wealthy Huntley

           Born: July 15, 1789
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 6, 1879 - Preston, Connecticut
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Huntley
         Mother: Anna Pollard





Children
1 M Reuben Cook

           Born: May 21, 1807
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Abby Barnes



2 M Denison Palmer Cook

           Born: January 13, 1809
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Clarissa Story



3 M Albert Cook

           Born: May 18, 1811
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Susan Perigo



4 F Hannah Cook

           Born: July 27, 1813
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Strong



5 F Abby Jane Cook

           Born: August 27, 1815
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James L. Bassett



6 M James Monroe Cook

           Born: February 14, 1818
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 F Elizabeth Cook

           Born: June 27, 1820
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Simon Brewster



8 F Mary Ann Cook

           Born: December 30, 1822
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Gubbins



9 M John Harrison Cook

           Born: September 15, 1825
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jane Light



10 M Elisha Story Cook

           Born: December 11, 1827
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hannah S. Woodcock



11 M William Gates Cook

           Born: March 27, 1830
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Amos C. Lufkin and Rosella Cook




Husband Amos C. Lufkin

           Born:  - Bradford VT
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Bradford VT
         Buried: 


         Father: John Lufkin
         Mother: 


       Marriage: July 15, 1839 - Bradford VT

   Other Spouse: Hanna Aquilla - New Hampshire




Wife Rosella Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Hiram Cook Lufkin

           Born: June 30, 1850 - Bradford VT
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary L. Perkins



2 M Charles A. Lufkin

           Born: 1857
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 15, 1930 - Providence RI
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Ann Dallin
           Marr: March 26, 1876 - Warwick RI




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Abel Knight and Ruth Cook




Husband Abel Knight

           Born: January 30, 1772 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Knight
         Mother: Elizabeth Pitts


       Marriage: October 2, 1799 - New Gardens Mm, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA




Wife Ruth Cook

           Born: June 13, 1783 - Friendship Tsp, Guilford Co, NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Abraham Cook
         Mother: Phebe Mills





Children
1 M Abraham Knight

           Born: 1810 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Bird Byrd
           Marr: 1830 - NC
         Spouse: Mary Gilbert
           Marr: May 28, 1862 - Hamilton Co, IN



2 F Mary Knight

           Born: 1812 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Edward Kelly
           Marr: January 29, 1828 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA



3 F Lydia Knight

           Born: 1814 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Berry Byrd Bird
           Marr: June 19, 1830 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA



4 F Anna Knight

           Born: 1816 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Rayl
           Marr: August 16, 1836 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA




General Notes: Husband - Abel Knight

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General Notes: Wife - Ruth Cook

/Knight/

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General Notes: Child - Abraham Knight

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General Notes: Child - Mary Knight

/Kelly/

married out of unity,Deep River MM and disowned

1838,husb rec a deed from Joab Lambert near Deep River

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General Notes: Child - Lydia Knight

/Byrd\Bird/

mar out of unity, Deep River MM & disowned

1850 cen Washington Tsp, Hamilton, IN

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General Notes: Child - Anna Knight

/Rayl/

name on mar record was "Ann"

1850 cen Spiceland Tsp, Henry, IN

1860 cen Washington Tsp, Hamilton, IN

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George Wayman Hannah and Ruth Ann Cook




Husband George Wayman Hannah

           Born: 1904 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Ruth Ann Cook

           Born: 1908 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - George Wayman Hannah

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 245


General Notes: Wife - Ruth Ann Cook

/Hannah/

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 245
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Sylvester Grinnell and Sabrina Cook




Husband Sylvester Grinnell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Jonathan Grinnell
         Mother: Judith Waterhouse


       Marriage: 




Wife Sabrina Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Julielma Grinnell

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Mosher




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Samuel Cook and Sally Snowman




Husband Samuel Cook

           Born: 1830 - Georgetown, Lincoln, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: October 18, 1851 - Georgetown, Sagadahoc, Maine




Wife Sally Snowman

           Born: January 5, 1830 - Georgetown, Lincoln, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 22, 1896 - Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Rev. Oliver Snowman 29 30
         Mother: Charlotte Saddler





Children
1 F Albertine Cook

           Born: 1853 - Georgetown, Lincoln, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Edward Rowe 31 32
           Marr: 1873 - Georgetown, Sagadahoc, Maine




Death Notes: Husband - Samuel Cook

Y


General Notes: Husband - Samuel Cook

This info has been compiled from many sources, such as family bibles, birth & death certificates, obituaries, other family trees, and e-mails from many helpful family members.
Internet sources : Ancestry.com, 'LDS'FamilySearch.org, Rootsweb.com, Lineage.com, contacts from Genforum.com and many, many others. Books : "Descendants of William McIntyre" by Robert H. McIntire, 1984. There are many other sources too numerous to mention. I apologize in advance of any errors made in data entry. If you should find any information you feel is incorrect, please feel free to contact me via bob.wylie@gmail.com

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General Notes: Wife - Sally Snowman

This info has been compiled from many sources, such as family bibles, birth & death certificates, obituaries, other family trees, and e-mails from many helpful family members.
Internet sources : Ancestry.com, 'LDS'FamilySearch.org, Rootsweb.com, Lineage.com, contacts from Genforum.com and many, many others. Books : "Descendants of William McIntyre" by Robert H. McIntire, 1984. There are many other sources too numerous to mention. I apologize in advance of any errors made in data entry. If you should find any information you feel is incorrect, please feel free to contact me via bob.wylie@gmail.com

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Death Notes: Child - Albertine Cook

Y


General Notes: Child - Albertine Cook

This info has been compiled from many sources, such as family bibles, birth & death certificates, obituaries, other family trees, and e-mails from many helpful family members.
Internet sources : Ancestry.com, 'LDS'FamilySearch.org, Rootsweb.com, Lineage.com, contacts from Genforum.com and many, many others. Books : "Descendants of William McIntyre" by Robert H. McIntire, 1984. There are many other sources too numerous to mention. I apologize in advance of any errors made in data entry. If you should find any information you feel is incorrect, please feel free to contact me via bob.wylie@gmail.com

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Samuel Cook and Hannah Little




Husband Samuel Cook

           Born: March 15, 1776 - Tiverton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 21, 1849 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
         Buried:  - Adamsville Cem.
            AFN: 1RFT-R97
       Marriage: April 25, 1799 - Little Compton, Newport, RI




Wife Hannah Little

           Born: December 26, 1777 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 24, 1853 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
         Buried:  - Adamsville Cem.
            AFN: SCVX-FC


         Father: Joseph Little
         Mother: Mary Borden





Children
1 F Abigail Cook

           Born: January 13, 1802 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1RFT-R0C



2 F Betsy Cook

           Born: February 12, 1804 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1RFT-R1K



3 F Hannah Cook

           Born: February 24, 1806 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1RFT-R2R



4 M Joseph Cook

           Born: March 30, 1808 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1RFT-R30



5 M Samuel Cook

           Born: August 28, 1810 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1RFT-RBF



6 F Mary Cook

           Born: June 5, 1799 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 5, 1856 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
         Buried:  - Almy Cem., Windmill Hill, Little Compton, RI
            AFN: HQHZ-W7




Death Notes: Child - Abigail Cook

Y


Death Notes: Child - Betsy Cook

Y


Death Notes: Child - Hannah Cook

Y


Death Notes: Child - Joseph Cook

Y


Death Notes: Child - Samuel Cook

Y
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Samuel Cook and Hope Parker




Husband Samuel Cook

           Born: September 30, 1641 - Salem, New London, CT.
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1703
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Cook
         Mother: Judith Birdsall


       Marriage: May 2, 1667




Wife Hope Parker

           Born: 1650
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Wife - Hope Parker

--Invalid Dates

Death: Between 1681 & 1691
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Samuel Cook and Mary Small




Husband Samuel Cook

           Born: October 1, 1679 - Salem, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1718 - Salem, Essex, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Elizabeth Buxton




         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Elizabeth Buxton


       Marriage:  - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts




Wife Mary Small

           Born:  - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Small
         Mother: Hannah Sibley





Children
1 M Isaac Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Waters



2 F Mary Cook

           Born: 1707 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 16, 1788 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried: 




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Nathan Page and Sarah Cook




Husband Nathan Page

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: April 22, 1850




Wife Sarah Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: David Cook
         Mother: Betsey Campbell 5





Children

General Notes: Husband - Nathan Page

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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Cook

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Samuel R. Jepson and Sarah C. Cook




Husband Samuel R. Jepson

           Born: March 10, 1821 - China, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Abner Jepson
         Mother: Comfort Frye


       Marriage: June 2, 1842 - China, Maine

Noted events in his life were:
1. Census, China Kennebec Co., Maine, 1850

2. Obituary, Farmer




Wife Sarah C. Cook

           Born: December 29, 1815 - Vassalboro, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 1, 1874
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Elvin C. Jepson

           Born: 1844
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Arvilla A. Jepson

           Born: 1847
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Silas Frye Jepson and Sarah Jane Cook




Husband Silas Frye Jepson

           Born: May 16, 1824
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Abner Jepson
         Mother: Comfort Frye


       Marriage: October 26, 1848 - China, Maine

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Teacher, 1863




Wife Sarah Jane Cook

           Born: July 11, 1829
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Ellen Marie Jepson

           Born: July 8, 1850
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Clara Ann Jepson

           Born: June 11, 1854
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Charles Henry Jepson

           Born: June 11, 1854
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Eva A. Jepson

           Born: 1858
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 U Jepson

           Born: October 10, 1863
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried:  - Friend's Church Yard China, Maine




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David York and Susan Cook




Husband David York

           Born: 1810 - Brookfield, Madison Co. New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1891 - Pitcher, New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen York
         Mother: Rebecca Crandall


       Marriage: 




Wife Susan Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Josiah Sawyer and Susan Cook




Husband Josiah Sawyer

           Born: 1805 - Eaton, Quebec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1823 - Eaton, Quebec, Canada




Wife Susan Cook

           Born: February 15, 1807 - Eaton, Quebec, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Cook
         Mother: Esther Abbott





Children

General Notes: Husband - Josiah Sawyer

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General Notes: Wife - Susan Cook

/Sawyer/

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Thomas Cook and Mary Underwood




Husband Thomas Cook

           Born: August 29, 1704 - Tarvin, Cheshire, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - NC
         Buried: 


         Father: Peter Cooke
         Mother: Elinor Norman


       Marriage: 1730 - Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA




Wife Mary Underwood

           Born: 1712 - Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - NC
         Buried: 


         Father: Alexander Underwood
         Mother: Jane Harris





Children
1 M Thomas Cook

           Born: 1732 - PA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Abraham Cook

           Born: 1735 - PA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1793 - Friendship Tsp, Guilford Co, NC
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Phebe Mills
           Marr: 1756 - New Gardens Mm, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Cook

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General Notes: Wife - Mary Underwood

/Cook/

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General Notes: Child - Thomas Cook

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General Notes: Child - Abraham Cook

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Thomas Cook and Mary Mills




Husband Thomas Cook

           Born: 1735 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1755 - New Gardens Mm, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA




Wife Mary Mills

           Born: 1737 - NC
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Mills
         Mother: Sarah Beals





Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Cook

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General Notes: Wife - Mary Mills

/Cook/

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Thomas Cook Cooke and Elizabeth Malpas




Husband Thomas Cook Cooke 2 3

           Born: 1410 - Gildea Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1497 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 18HC-RQ5


         Father: Thomas Cooke
         Mother: Elizabeth Malpas


       Marriage: 1472 - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England 2 3




Wife Elizabeth Malpas 2 3

           Born: 1452 - Griffe, Warwick, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1517 - Gides Hall, Romford, Essex, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: FHLB-LS


         Father: Henry Belknap 1 2 3
         Mother: Margaret Knolles 1 2 3



Noted events in her life were:
1. Alt. Birth - Giddy Hall, Sussex, England

2. Alt. Death - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England



Children
1 M John Cook 2 3

           Born: 1454 - Gildea Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 10, 1516 - London, Middlesex, England
         Buried:  - London, Middlesex, England
            AFN: 9BC9-0C
         Spouse: Elizabeth Belnap 2 3
           Marr: 1500 - Sanbury, Surrey, England 2 3



2 F Beatrix Cooke

           Born: 1475 - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 14, 1554 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 18HC-Z73



3 M Richard Cooke

           Born: 1477 - Of Redden Court, , Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1517
         Buried: 
            AFN: 18HC-RZL



4 F Mary Cooke

           Born: 1479 - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1517 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 18HC-S0R



5 M Anthony Cooke

           Born: 1481 - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1517 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 18HC-S10




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Cook Cooke

1 _UID 1209D6A748BC664383D99583C89AD2F6E33D


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Malpas

1 _UID 6C4322F1E8AFD9468964CF7DAAA634A2D70E


Notes: Marriage

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General Notes: Child - John Cook

1 _UID 50944EB5D8D48A4E82824720D9BE0AE057F9
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Thomas Cook Cooke




Husband Thomas Cook Cooke 2 3

           Born: 1410 - Gildea Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1497 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 18HC-RQ5


         Father: Thomas Cooke
         Mother: Elizabeth Malpas


       Marriage: 1460

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Malpas 2 3 - 1472 - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England 2 3




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M John Cook 2 3

           Born: 1454 - Gildea Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 10, 1516 - London, Middlesex, England
         Buried:  - London, Middlesex, England
            AFN: 9BC9-0C
         Spouse: Elizabeth Belnap 2 3
           Marr: 1500 - Sanbury, Surrey, England 2 3




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Cook Cooke

1 _UID 1209D6A748BC664383D99583C89AD2F6E33D


General Notes: Child - John Cook

1 _UID 50944EB5D8D48A4E82824720D9BE0AE057F9
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William Cook and Sarah Hawkins




Husband William Cook

           Born: November 20, 1774 - Bush River Mm, South Carolina, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Cook
         Mother: Sarah Smith


       Marriage: 1805 - Cane Creek Mm, SC




Wife Sarah Hawkins

           Born: 1787 - Cane Creek, SC
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: John Hawkins
         Mother: Mary Molly Moore





Children
1 M William Cook

           Born: 1825 - Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Wayne County, Indiana, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jane Baldwin
           Marr: 1845 - Wayne County, Indiana, USA




General Notes: Husband - William Cook

fam hist-J.Beekman 1993

had 10-children


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Hawkins

/Cook/

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had 10-children


General Notes: Child - William Cook

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William Cook and Hannah Hinsdale




Husband William Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: April 26, 1730
           Died: 1824
         Buried: 


         Father: Aaron Cook
         Mother: Hannah Wadsworth


       Marriage: 




Wife Hannah Hinsdale

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Wife - Hannah Hinsdale

Still Living.
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William C. Cook and Amarintha Caroline Rayburn




Husband William C. Cook

           Born: 1819 - Alabama, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 12, 1839 - Alabama, USA




Wife Amarintha Caroline Rayburn

           Born: April 22, 1820 - Alabama, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 17, 1855
         Buried: 


         Father: David Rayburn
         Mother: Eliza Lomax





Children
1 F Mary Ann Eliza Cook

           Born: February 22, 1843 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 24, 1886 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James Wesley Keller
           Marr: May 3, 1880 - Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA



2 F Isabella Jane Cook

           Born: September 22, 1844 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Thadius Constantine Davenport
           Marr: December 27, 1867 - Kirk's Grove, AL



3 M James Henry Cook

           Born: October 7, 1846 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Sarah Amelia Cook

           Born: January 9, 1848 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M William David Atkins Cook

           Born: March 31, 1851 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Edward Augustus Cook

           Born: October 23, 1853 - Kirks Grove, AL
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William C. Cook

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130


General Notes: Wife - Amarintha Caroline Rayburn

/Cook/

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 66 130

lvd Kirk's Grove, AL

2d death date 17 Jun 1855


General Notes: Child - Mary Ann Eliza Cook

/Keller/

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 132 201


General Notes: Child - Isabella Jane Cook

/Davenport/

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130 201


General Notes: Child - James Henry Cook

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130


General Notes: Child - Sarah Amelia Cook

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130


General Notes: Child - William David Atkins Cook

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130


General Notes: Child - Edward Augustus Cook

SOUR "Wm Lomax and His Desc" p 130

OCCU physician
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Winfield Scott Cook and Elvira Lane




Husband Winfield Scott Cook

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Elvira Lane

           Born: April 3, 1888 - Calais, , Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 24, 1975 - Calais, , Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: Frederick A. Lane
         Mother: Nellie Carlow





Children

General Notes: Husband - Winfield Scott Cook

Source: Thomas Bentum.


General Notes: Wife - Elvira Lane

Source: Thomas Bentum.
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Aaron Cook (Cooke) and Mary Miriam Ford




Husband Aaron Cook (Cooke)

           Born: 1612 - Bridgeport, Dorsetshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 5, 1690 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1636 - Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut




Wife Mary Miriam Ford

           Born: 1612 - Bridgeport, Dorsetshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1645 - Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Capt. Captain Aaron Cook

           Born:  - Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
       Baptized: February 21, 1641 - Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
           Died: September 16, 1716 - Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Westwood
           Marr: May 20, 1661 - Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts




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Cooke and Rachel Varney




Husband Cooke 33

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Rachel Varney 33

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 15, 1707 - Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: William Varney 33
         Mother: Bridget Parsons 33



   Other Spouse: Joseph Langton 33

   Other Spouse: William Vinson 33 - June 10, 1661 - Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts 33



Children
1 M John Cooke 33

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Aaron Cooke and Mary Ford




Husband Aaron Cooke

           Born: 1614 - Bridport, Dor, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1690 - Westport, Mass
         Buried: 


         Father: Aaron Cooke
         Mother: Elizabeth Charde


       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Ford

           Born: August 18, 1612 - Eng
       Baptized: August 18, 1612 - Powerstock, Dorset, England
           Died: 1650
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Ford
         Mother: Joan Way





Children

General Notes: Husband - Aaron Cooke

CAME ON "MARY & JOHN" 1632 W/STEP-FATHER [aka f-i-l]; TO DORCHESTER; 1636
WINDSSOR, 1661 NORTHAMPTON, 1668 WESTPORT;
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Oscar Olson and Adelaide Cooke




Husband Oscar Olson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Adelaide Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Gilbert Olson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Adrienne Boulet
           Marr: August 26, 1941 - Debden, Saskatchewan, Canada



2 F Bertha Olson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 18, 1953 - Debden, Saskatchewan, Canada
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Rene Boulet
           Marr: September 28, 1936 - Debden, Saskatchewan, Canada




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Ann Cooke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Ann Cooke

           Born: 1533 - Gidea Hall, Gidea, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 1610 - England
         Buried: August 27, 1610 - Stmichael'schurc, St Albans, Herts, England
            AFN: FSJJ-0X


         Father: Richard Edward Cooke
         Mother: Ann Caunton Cawnton





Children

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Mark Snow and Anna Cooke




Husband Mark Snow 14 16 17 18 19 34 35 36 37

           Born: May 9, 1628 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts 16 17 18 19
         Buried:  - Orleans, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: 4JFD-LB


         Father: Nicholas Snow 14 16 17 18 19 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
         Mother: Constance Hopkins 13 16 17 18 19 35 37 38 49 50 51


       Marriage:  - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA

   Other Spouse: Jane Prence - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA

Noted events in his life were:
1. Will




Wife Anna Cooke 13

           Born: 1636 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 25, 1656 - Eastham, MA 13
         Buried: 
            AFN: CQ2Q-JV


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 15 52 53 54
         Mother: 




         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 15 52 53 54
         Mother: Elizabeth Ring 13 52





Children
1 F Anna Snow

           Born: July 7, 1656 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 7, 1714 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eldad Atwood 55 56
           Marr: Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA




Death Notes: Husband - Mark Snow

Will dated 23 Nov 1694, estate inventoried 9 Jan 1694/1695, probated 16 Jan 1694/5.


General Notes: Husband - Mark Snow

Source includes, but is not limited to:
"Ancestral File" and the "IGI", "International Genealogical Index", both resource systems developed and solely owned by The Church of JesusChrist of Latter Day Saints


Research Notes: Husband - Mark Snow

!See notes of wife. 'The Great Migration...' gives a list of the heirs of Thomas Prence who on 10 June 1676, through their attorney Josiah Winslow, sold to Constant Southworth, treasurer and agent of Plymouth Colony, 'all that our dwelling house, messuage or tenement' in Plymouth 'at a place commonly called Plain Dealing'. Among the names were Marke Snow and Jane his wife, daughter of Thomas Prence. [Plymouth Colony Land Records 4:124]
'Dawes-Gates...' and 'The Great Migration...' both say he was son of Nicholas.
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Anna Cooke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Anna Cooke 13

           Born: 1636 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 25, 1656 - Eastham, MA 13
         Buried: 
            AFN: CQ2Q-JV


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 15 52 53 54
         Mother: 




         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 15 52 53 54
         Mother: Elizabeth Ring 13 52



   Other Spouse: Mark Snow 14 16 17 18 19 34 35 36 37 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA



Children

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Anthony Cooke and Anne Fitzwilliam




Husband Anthony Cooke

           Born:  - Giddy Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 11, 1576 - Gides Hall, Romford, Essex, England
         Buried: June 21, 1576 - Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England
            AFN: 9G53-C3


         Father: John Cook 2 3
         Mother: Elizabeth Belnap 2 3


       Marriage: 1523 - Romford, Essex, England




Wife Anne Fitzwilliam

           Born: 1504 - Gildes Hall, Romford, Essexshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 5, 1588 - England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 9G53-D8


         Father: William Fitzwilliam Knight 1 2 3
         Mother: Ann Hawes





Children
1 F Elizabeth Cook

           Born: 1528 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 2, 1609 - Bisham, Berkshire, Eng
         Buried: June 2, 1609 - Bisham, Berkshire, England
            AFN: 9FV4-H1



2 M Richard Edward Cooke

           Born: 1553 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 26, 1583 - Gobrons, Essex, England
         Buried:  - Romford, Essex, England
            AFN: 8J4H-ZT
         Spouse: Ann Caunton Cawnton
           Marr: 1557 - Essex, England



3 F Mildred Cooke

           Born: August 24, 1524 - Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 5, 1589 - Burghley House, Strand, Middlesex, England
         Buried: April 21, 1589 - Abbey, Westminister, Middlesex, England
            AFN: 9G53-FF



4 F Katherine Cooke

           Born:  - Of, Gidea Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 23, 1609
         Buried: 
            AFN: 9G1W-Z3



5 F Margaret Cooke

           Born: 1532 - Of Giddy Hall, Romford, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 8, 1551
         Buried: December 8, 1551
            AFN: 18HC-ZQ6



6 M Anthony Cooke

           Born:  - Gidea Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: H0HM-N4



7 M William Cooke

           Born: 1537 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 14, 1589
         Buried: 
            AFN: H0HM-P9



8 M Edward Cooke

           Born: 1539 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1576
         Buried: 
            AFN: H0HM-QG



9 F Margaret Cooke

           Born: 1541 - Gidea Hall, Essex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: H0HM-RM



10 M Cooke

           Born: 1531 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Essex, England
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1C5M-N46




Death Notes: Child - Richard Edward Cooke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Margaret Cooke

Y
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Benjamin Cooke




Husband Benjamin Cooke 13

           Born: April 28, 1686 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 7, 1727 13
         Buried: 


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 14 15
         Mother: Deborah Hopkins 13 16 17 18 19


       Marriage: November 23, 1710 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Cooke



Married 2nd cousin once removed, Mercy Paine.

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Joseph Harding and Bethia Cooke




Husband Joseph Harding 52

           Born: 1629 - Somerset, Somersetshire, England 52
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1685 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA 52
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Harding 52
         Mother: Martha Doane 52


       Marriage: April 4, 1660 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA 52 57 58 59




Wife Bethia Cooke 52 58 59 60

           Born: 1640 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 52 57 58 59
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 17, 1673 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA 52
         Buried: 


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 15 52 53 54
         Mother: Elizabeth Ring 13 52





Children
1 F Martha Harding 52

           Born: December 13, 1662 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA 52
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1692 - Chatham, Monomoit, Barnstable Co., MA 52
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Samuel Brown 52
           Marr: Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA 52




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William Rand and Bridget Cooke




Husband William Rand

           Born:  - Charleston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 14, 1779 - Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: William Rand
         Mother: Persis Pierce


       Marriage: 1724 - Sunderland, Franklin, Massachusetts




Wife Bridget Cooke

           Born:  - Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 29, 1777 - Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts
         Buried: 


         Father: Westwood Cooke
         Mother: Sarah Coleman





Children
1 F Mary Rand

           Born: August 16, 1731 - Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 2, 1815 - Turner, Maine
         Buried:  - General Turner Hill Cemetery, Turner, Androscoggin, Maine
         Spouse: Rev. Charles Turner
           Marr: August 25, 1757 - Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts




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Caleb Cooke




Husband Caleb Cooke 13

           Born: November 15, 1676 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 14 15
         Mother: Deborah Hopkins 13 16 17 18 19


       Marriage: October 18, 1710 - Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Christopher Wood and Christopher Wood Cooke




Husband Christopher Wood 1 2 3

           Born: 1514 - Northumberland, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1614
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Christopher Wood Cooke

           Born: 1534 - Northumberland, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Anne Wood 1 2 3

           Born: 1558 - Guilford, Surry, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1658 - England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert Dudley 1 2 3
           Marr: 1570 - Gloucester, England 1 2 3




General Notes: Husband - Christopher Wood

1 _UID 2CB015EBB9DF044190FC6225D2625559AEB1


General Notes: Child - Anne Wood

Name Prefix:<NPFX> Lady
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Edmund Cooke and Elizabeth Nicholls




Husband Edmund Cooke

           Born: 1568 - DE Northclay, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1619 - North Kent, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Cooke
         Mother: Anne Goodere


       Marriage: 1614 - England




Wife Elizabeth Nicholls

           Born: 1573 - DE Northclay, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Salem, Essex, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: John Nicholls
         Mother: 




         Father: John Nicholls
         Mother: Cheuarian Thompson





Children
1 M Henry Cook

           Born: 1600 - Blythe, Co. York, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 25, 1661 - Salem, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Judith Birdsall
           Marr: June 1639 - Plymouth, Massachusetts




General Notes: Husband - Edmund Cooke

info-H.Smith 1997


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Nicholls

/Cook/

info-H.Smith 1997


General Notes: Child - Henry Cook

- GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF NEW ENGLAND SETTLERS VOL 1 lists Children wi
th their ages. Probably arrived in Salem MA from England in 1638. Henry a
nd his children are consistently listed as COOKE, not COOK in the Salem Vi
tal Records
Henry was the first Cook in America. He was at Salem, Mass. in 1638 and m
ost likely
arrived in US a short time before that. He is believed to be a descenda
nt of the Cooks of Kent or Hertsfordshire who migrated from Normandy in t
he 11th century. He came to New England as a Puritan. Sons, Samuel and Hen
ryJr. emigrated to Connecticut while the rest remained in Mass. The fami
ly also lived at Plymouth for a time. The farm was passed to the widow aft
er he died and it is unknown where it passed from there.
Oct. 10, 1649, Henry Cook of Salem, butcher, for ten pounds mortgaged h
is house, shop and one acre adjoining in Salem, to Henry Birdsall. Septemb
er, 1651, inventory of Henry Birdsall'sestate returned by Thomas Trusl
er and Edmund Batter. Estate 47 pounds, 19 shillings.
Henry married Judith BIRDSALL daughter of Henry BIRDSALL and Judithor Ag
ness KEMPE on 29 Jun 1639 in Salem, Mass. Judith was born on 2 Jun 16
11 in Norwich, England.. She died on 11 Sep 1689 in Salem, Mass. Some reco
rdsshow the name as Birdsall, Birdsale or Birsale.
Notes for Henry Cook:
THE PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS,
COOK, COOKE,
Henry, butcher, Salem, propr., 1638. Mortg. house and land in 164
9. He m. in June, 1639, Judith Birdsale. Ch. Isaac b. 3 (2) 1640, Samu
el b. 30 (7) 1641, Judith b. 15 (7) 1643, (m. John Pudney,) Rachel b. 25 (
7) 1645, (m. Elisha Kebed,) John b. 6 (7) 1647, Mary b. 15 (7) 1650, (m. R
obert Moulton,) Martha b. 15 (7) 1650, Henry b. 30 (10) 1652, Eliza b. a
nd d. 1654, Hannah b. in Sept. 1658, (m. Daniel Cannady). He d. 25 De
c. or 14 (11) 1661. Admin. 26 (4) 1662. Widow Judith d. about (9) 1689. I
nv of her est. taken Nov. 23, 1689.
More About Henry Cook:
Burial: 25 Dec 1661, Salem, Essex, MA
Occupation: Slaughterer
Religion: Puritan
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William Walton and Elizabeth Cooke




Husband William Walton

           Born:  - Seaton, Devonshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 6, 1668 - Marblehead, Essex County, MA
         Buried: November 24, 1668 - Wp Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts


         Father: Robert Walton
         Mother: Margaret Fitzwilliams


       Marriage: April 10, 1627 - Church Of The Holy Trinity, Dorchester, Dorset, England




Wife Elizabeth Cooke

           Born: 1605 - Seaton, Devonshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 29, 1674 - Marblehead, Essex County, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: William Cooke
         Mother: Martha White





Children
1 M John Walton

           Born: April 6, 1627 - Seaton, Devon, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1669
         Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth Walton

           Born: October 27, 1629 - Seaton, Devon, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 20, 1674 - Beverley, Essex County, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lot Conant
         Spouse: Andrew Mansfield



3 F Martha Walton

           Born: April 26, 1632 - Seaton
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Nathaniel Walton

           Born:  - Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1678 - Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried: 



5 M Samuel Walton

           Born: June 5, 1639 - Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: June 10, 1639 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Josiah Walton

           Born: December 20, 1641 - Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized:  - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
           Died: 
         Buried: November 27, 1673 - Wp Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts



7 F Mary Walton

           Born: May 14, 1644 - Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized: May 26, 1644 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Walton

Name Prefix:<NPFX> Rev.
!PROBATE: Essex County, Massachusetts, probates, volume 2, page 142-4, ESTATE OF WILLIAM WALTON OF MARBLEHEAD - (not copied yet)


Notes: Marriage

_UID0D5387539C41D7119A98B4584FF575352B82


General Notes: Child - John Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 540, WALTON, John, s. William and Elizabeth, at Seaton, Devon, Eng., Apr. 6, 1627. CT.F.


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 540, WALTON, Elizabeth, d. William and Elizabeth, at Seaton, Devon, Eng., Oct. 27, 1632. CT.F.; page 16, WALTON, Eizabeth, d. William and Elizabeth, at Seaton, Eng., Oct. 27, 1629. CT. F. Vol. 1, p. 69.


General Notes: Child - Martha Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 16, WALTON, Martha, d. William and Elizabeth, Apr. 26, 1832, CT.F, vol. 1, p. 69. [year is obvously wrong - 1632?]


General Notes: Child - Nathaniel Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 540, WALTON, Nathaniel, s. William and Elizabeth, at Hingham, Mar. 3, 1636. CT.F.


General Notes: Child - Samuel Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 540, WALTON, Samuel, s. William and Elizabeth, June 5, 1639. CT.F.

!CHRISTENING: Vital Records of Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, page 388, WALTON, Sam[ue]ll, s. _____, bp. -0 : 4 m : 1639. C.R.1.


General Notes: Child - Josiah Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 540, WALTON, Josiah, s. William and Elizabeth, Dec. 20, 1641. CT.F.

!CHRISTENING: Vital Records of Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, page 388, WALTON, Josiah, s. _____, bp.2 : 11 m : 1641. C.R.1.

!DEATH: Vital Records of Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, page 388, WALTON,

!PROBATE: Essex County, Massachusetts, probates, volume 2, page 384-5, ESTATE OF JOSIAH WALTON OF MARBLEHEAD - "We whose names are underwritte being present with Josah Walthom when he was brought in first from Sea after his wound by lightning on June 23, 1673, affirme & declare that upon the Companys motion to ye sd Josiah Waltom that he would setle his estate He yesd Josiah Waltom being of perfect memory and aprehensive of his dissolution, did declare that his Will was that hs Brother Nathaiell Waltom, and his sister Martha Munjoy should have his grey horse for their owne betwixt them, and his other estate he gave it to his Mother Waltom, for her use, & benefit during her naturall life, and after her decease to be disposed off by her,
(not copied yet


General Notes: Child - Mary Walton

!BIRTH: Vital Records of Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, page 540, WALTON, Mary, d. William and Elizabeth, May 14, 1644. CT.F.

!CHRISTENING: Vital Records of Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, page 388, WALTON, Mary, d. ____, bp. 26 : 3 m : 1644. C.R.1.
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Daniel Wilcox and Elizabeth Cooke




Husband Daniel Wilcox

           Born:  - Croft, Lincolnshire, England
       Baptized:  - Croft, Lincolnshire, England
           Died: July 2, 1702 - Tiverton, Massachusetts
         Buried: July 6, 1702 - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island
            AFN: 2THC-RS
       Marriage: November 28, 1661 - Portsmith, Newport County, Rhode Island




Wife Elizabeth Cooke

           Born: December 6, 1645 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 6, 1715 - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island
         Buried: December 1715 - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island


         Father: John Cooke
         Mother: Sarah Warren




Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Alt. Marriage, Alt. Marriage ?, 1656


Children
1 M Daniel Wilcox

           Born: 1656 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1692 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hannah Cooke
           Marr: 1681 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island



2 M Samuel Wilcox

           Born: 1659 - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 9, 1702 - Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Esther Cook
           Marr: 1682
         Spouse: Mary Wood
           Marr: 1682



3 F Mary Wilcox

           Born:  - Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1735 - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Earle
           Marr: 1686 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island



4 F Sarah Wilcox

           Born: 1664 - Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1751 - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Edward Briggs
           Marr: 1692 - Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts



5 M Stephen Wilcox

           Born: 1666 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 13, 1736 - Nantucket, Nantucket County, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Judith Coffin
           Marr: August 31, 1722 - Nantucket, Nantucket County, Massachusetts
         Spouse: Judith Bernard Briggs
         Spouse: Susannah Briggs
           Marr: Sandisfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts



6 M John Wilcox

           Born: 1670 - Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island
         Buried:  - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island
         Spouse: Rebecca Mosher
           Marr: 1698 - Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island



7 M Thomas Wilcox

           Born: 1672 - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1712 - Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island
         Buried: 



8 F Lydia Wilcox

           Born: 1675 - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1727 - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
            AFN: 8J6M-ZL
         Spouse: Thomas Sherman
           Marr: June 26, 1702 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Spouse: Thomas Potter
           Marr: December 8, 1720 - South Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island



9 M Edward Wilcox

           Born:  - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 19, 1718 - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Manchester
           Marr: 1699 - Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island



10 F Susannah Wilcox

           Born: 1680 - Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1748
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jonathan Head
           Marr: December 7, 1704 - Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island



11 M Job Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



12 F Judith Wilcox

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Elizabeth Cooke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Elizabeth Cooke 13

           Born: October 12, 1669 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 1670 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13
         Buried: 


         Father: Josiah Cooke 13 14 15
         Mother: Deborah Hopkins 13 16 17 18 19





Children

Notes: Marriage

THIS FAMILY WAS BABTISED ON 2 JUN 1717.
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John Doty and Elizabeth Cooke




Husband John Doty

           Born: May 14, 1639 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 8, 1701 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: May 12, 1701 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
            AFN: 1BQ1-50


         Father: Edward Doty
         Mother: Faith Clark


       Marriage: 1667 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

   Other Spouse: Sarah Jones - November 22, 1694 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts

   Other Spouse: Mary Churchill - Plymouth  Massachusetts




Wife Elizabeth Cooke 61

           Born:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 61
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 21, 1692 - Plymouth, MA 61
         Buried: 


         Father: Jacob Cooke 62
         Mother: Damaris Hopkins 13




         Father: Jacob Cooke 62
         Mother: 




         Father: 
         Mother: Damaris Hopkins



Noted events in her life were:
1. Alt. Birth - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

2. Alt. Death, November 21, 1692 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA



Children
1 M John Doty

           Born: August 24, 1668
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Edward Doty

           Born: June 28, 1671
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Jacob Doty

           Born: May 27, 1673
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Elizabeth Doty

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Isaac Doty

           Born: October 23, 1678
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Sanuel Doty

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 M Elisha Doty 63

           Born: July 13, 1686 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 63
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1753 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hannah Horton
           Marr: Marblehead, , Massachusetts, USA



8 M Josiah Doty

           Born: October 1689
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



9 F Martha Doty

           Born: October 1692
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Doty

REFN: HWS99267
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 1BQ1-50

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=bryantweb&id=I35295&style=TEXT
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John Lawrence and Elizabeth Cooke




Husband John Lawrence

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Elizabeth Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M John Lawrence

           Born: 1636 - Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1712
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Buckmaster
           Marr: 1674 - Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA




General Notes: Husband - John Lawrence

info-R.Amidor 1995


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Cooke

/Lawrence/


General Notes: Child - John Lawrence

was in info-R.Amidor 1995
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Gabriel Throckmorton and Frances Cooke




Husband Gabriel Throckmorton

           Born: 1690 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Ware Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1705 - Ware Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, USA




Wife Frances Cooke

           Born: 1689 - Ware Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Mordecai Cooke
         Mother: Frances Ironmonger





Children
1 M Robert Throckmorton

           Born: 1710 - Ware Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Ware Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Lewis
           Marr: August 14, 1730 - Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia, USA
         Spouse: Sarah Smith
           Marr: 1750 - Gloucester County, Virginia, USA




General Notes: Husband - Gabriel Throckmorton

was in Source: "Virginia Magazine of History" Vol VI pg 407

was in "Colonial Dames" by Nr 1234-56 was in Source: "William and Mary Quarterly" Vol III, IV ahd XI


General Notes: Wife - Frances Cooke

/Throckmorton/

was in info-A.Farrington 1993


General Notes: Child - Robert Throckmorton

was in info-Peter Pearre 1999

was in Source: "W&M Qtly" Vol 2 pg 227; Vol 3 pg 42

was in Source: Stannards "Col VA Reg" pg 44

was in Source: "Colonial Dames" by Nr 1234-56

lived at Hail Weston, Frederick County, Virginia
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Francis Cooke and Elizabeth Latham




Husband Francis Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Jacob Cooke 62
         Mother: Damaris Hopkins 13


       Marriage: August 2, 1687 - Plymouth, MA




Wife Elizabeth Latham

           Born: 1664
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Latham
         Mother: Susanna Winslow





Children

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Pilgrim Francis Cooke and Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger




Husband Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68

           Born:  - Blyth, , , Yorkshire, England 69 70
       Baptized:  - Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
           Died: April 7, 1663 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 69 70
         Buried:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: 7TSS-LT


         Father: Richard Edward Cooke
         Mother: Ann Caunton Cawnton


       Marriage: June 30, 1603 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 69 71 72

Noted events in his life were:
1. Fact2, Mayflower Pilgrim




Wife Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger

            AKA: Hester (Alj) (L) Mahieu, Esther Mahieu
           Born: 1579 - Dinant, Lille, France Or Leyden, Holland Or Canterbury, Kent, England
       Baptized: June 1, 1603 - Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
           Died: June 18, 1666 - Plymouth, MA 69
         Buried: 1666 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: 7TSS-M1


         Father: Jan Mahieu Le Mahieu
         Mother: Jenne Laman



Noted events in her life were:
1. , (ALJ) MEANS THIS PERSON ARRIVED IN PLYMOUTH IN 1623 ON THE SHIP "ANNE".

2. 2., (BCP) MEANS THIS PERSON IS AN ANCESTOR OF BRUCE COOLEY PUSCH.

3. 3, AKA MARIE OR ESTHER OR HESTER (ALJ) MAHIEU OR (L) MAYHIEU

4. 4, AKA HESTER (ALJ) MAHIEU OR (L) MAYHIEU



Children
1 M John Cooke

           Born: 1607 - Leyden, South Holland, Nederlands
       Baptized:  - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 73
           Died: November 9, 1694 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 74 75 76
         Buried: December 18, 1694 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: 8J6W-98
         Spouse: Sarah Warren
           Marr: March 28, 1634 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 74 75 76 77 78 79



2 M Henry Cooke

           Born: June 2, 1615 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized:  - Burford, , Shropshire, England
           Died: December 25, 1661 - Salem, Essex, MA
         Buried: December 25, 1661 - Salem, Essex, MA
            AFN: 55KH-41



3 M Cooke

           Born: 1608 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 20, 1608 - Leiden, , Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
         Buried: May 20, 1608 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands



4 M Josiah Cooke 13 15 52 53 54

            AKA: Josias Cooke
           Born: 1610 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 52
       Baptized: 1610 - Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
           Died: October 17, 1673 - Eastham Wellfleet, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA 52
         Buried: 
            AFN: B7XL-9G
         Spouse: Elizabeth Ring 13 52
           Marr: September 16, 1665 - Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts 13 52 78



5 M Josiah Josias Cooke

           Born: 1622 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.
       Baptized: 1622 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: May 21, 1714
         Buried: 
            AFN: LVT7-XR



6 F Elizabeth Cooke

           Born: December 26, 1611 - Leiden, South Holland, , Netherlands
       Baptized: December 26, 1611 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands
           Died: May 22, 1627 - Leyden, Netherlands Or Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: May 22, 1627 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: QRC1-SQ



7 F Jane Cooke Annejames Passenger

           Born: 1616 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 69 80
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1650 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 69
         Buried: June 8, 1666 - Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: MGCD-VV
         Spouse: Experience Mitchell
           Marr: June 1, 1627 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA



8 M Thomas Cooke

           Born: 1608 - Leyden, South Holland, Netherlands
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 20, 1608 - Leyden, South Holland, Netherlands
         Buried: 



9 F Susannah Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 6, 1766
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Gershom Cobb
           Marr: September 22, 1739



10 M Jacob Cooke 62

           Born: 1618 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 81
       Baptized:  - Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands
           Died: July 7, 1676 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 81 82
         Buried:  - Tyler Point Cemetery, Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island
            AFN: FQRX-JX
         Spouse: Damaris Hopkins 13
           Marr: June 10, 1646 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 13 81
         Spouse: Elizabeth Lettice



11 F Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger

           Born: 1622 - Plymouth, MA Or Leyden, Holland 83
       Baptized:  - Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
           Died: May 21, 1669 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
            AFN: FHWJ-0G
         Spouse: Richard Wright



12 F Mary Cooke

           Born:  - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 84
       Baptized: May 22, 1627
           Died: November 23, 1695 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 85
         Buried:  - Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
            AFN: 27ZR-98
         Spouse: John Tomson




General Notes: Husband - Pilgrim Francis Cooke

Residences: England; Leyden, Holland by 1603; Plymouth, Mass. 1620.

Francis was a woolcomber in England. He came to Plymouth on the "Mayflower" with his son John. His wife Hester, daughter Jane, and son Jacob came on the "Anne" in 1623.
Francis, b. England aft Aug 1583; d. 7 Apr 1663, Plymouth, MA, above 80; m. int. Leyden, Holland, 4 Jul 1603, Hester Mahieu. Bradford's 1651 account says, "Francis Cooke is still living, a very olde man, and hath seene his children's children have children; after his wife came over (with other of this children) he had 3 still livng by her, all maried and have 5 children so their increase is 8. And his sone John which came over with him, is maried and hath 4 children living." The will of Francis Cooke of Plymouth, dated 7 10th mo. 1659, exhibited 5 June 1663, names wife Hester and son John. His inventory is dated 1 May, 1663. An agreement made 8 June 1666 between John Cooke, Jacob Cooke, Hester Wright the wife of Richard Wright and Mary Tomson the wife of John Tompson disposed of the land of Francis Cooke. The agreement mentions Hester Cooke is still living. On the same date John Cooke confirmed to Richard Wright and Thomas Mitchell, in equal shares, sixty acres of upland, near Jones River Meadow formerly given them by Francis Cooke. On 5 July 1670 a court record mentions that land called "old Cookes Holes," lying at Jones River was given by Francis Cooke to Richard Wright and Thomas Mitchell and since his (Francis) decease confirmed unto Richard Wright and Thomas Mitchell by John Cooke. On 1 Aug. 1672 Thomas Mitchell of Duxbury sold to Richard Wright of Plymouth his share in the above grant and states it was given to him by his grandfather, Francis Cooke, b. England aft. Aug 1582; d. Plymouth 7 Apr 1663, above 80. He m. int. Leyden, Holland 4 Jul 1603 Hester Mahieu who d. aft 8 Jun 1666; dau. of Jennie le Mahieu of Canterbury, England. Bradford's 1651 account says "Francis Cooke is still living, a very olde man, and hath seene his children's children have children; after his wife came over (with other of his children) he hath 3 still living by her, all maried and have 5 children so their increase is 8. And his sone John which came over with him, is maried and hath 4 children living." The will of Francis Cooke of Plymouth, dated 7 10th mo. 1659, exhibited 5 Jun 1663, names wife Hester and son John. His inventory is dated 1 May 1663. An agreement made 8 Jun 1666 between John Cooke, Jacob Cooke, Hester Wright the wife of Richard Wright and Mary Tomson the wife of John Tomson disposed of the land of Francis Cooke. The agreement mentions Hester Cooke is still living. On the same date John Cooke confirmed to Richard Wright and Thomas Mitchell, in equal shares, sixty acres of upland, near Jones River Meadow formerly given them by Francis Cooke. On 5 Jul 1670 a court record mentions that land called "old Cookes Holes", lying at Jones River was given by Francis Cooke to Richard Wright and THomas Michell and since his (Francis Cooke ) decease confirmed unto Richard Wright and Thomas Michell by John Cooke.

A 1620 Mayflower passenger who married Hester Mayhieu at Leiden 30 June 1602, the records there describing him as a woolcomber, unmarried from England. Thus he was in Holland before the arrival of the Clyfton/Robinson Separatists. He appears frequently in Plymouth records on grand and trial juries, as a surveyor of the highways, on various ad hoc committees, and in a number of land transactions. He came to Plymouth with son John, and his wife and their daughter, Jane and son, Jacob arrived on the ship Anne in 1623. Two more children, Hester and Mary, were born at Plymouth. Francis died 7 April 1663.

Francis Cooke was born aft Aug 1583 (he is listed on the Aug. 1643 list of men between 16-60, so was no more than 60 years of age), England. He died 7 Apr 1663, "above 80", Plymouth. The date of his marriage to Hester Mahieu in Leyden, Holland has often been printed incorrectly (e.g., 30 Jun 1603). However, an article in "Mayflower Descendant" 27:145-55 (New Light on Francis Cooke and His Wife Hester Mahieu and Their Son John) goes to great pains to give an estimated date and states the the previous published date was incorrect. Marriage intentions were entered 4 Jul 1603 and 5 Jul 1603 which means the three banns were proclaimed 6 Jul, 13 Jul and 20 Jul (three successive Sundays); therefore, the marriage took place on or after 20 Jul 1603.

Francis, b. in or shortly after 1582; d. Plymouth, 7 Apr 1663; m . Leiden, Holland, 20 Jul 1604 or shortly thereafter, Hester Mahieu. Came to Plymouth in 1620 on the "Mayflower". On Plymouth list of freemen ahead of those admitted in 1 Jan 1632/3; in 7 Mar 1636/7 and 1639 lists of Plymouth freemen. In Plymouth section of list of freemen in 1658. In his accounting of the passengers on the "Mayflower", Bradford includes "Francis Cooke and his son John; but his wife and other children came afterwards"; in the summary of these families as of 1651, Bradford tells us that "Francis Cooke is still living, a very old man, and hath seen his children's children have children. After his wife came over with other of his children; he hath three still living by her, all married and have five children, so their increase is eight. And his son John which came over with him is married, and hath four children living." Frances Cooke signed the Mayflower Compact. On 24 Dec 1636 John Harmon contracted to become the apprentice of Francis Cooke for seven years. On 7 Mar 1636/7 Francis Cooke sued John Browne the elder and several others, and on 7 Jun 1637 Francis Cooke, having sued Mr. John Browne, was granted an execution against him. Offices - Committee to lay out the twenty-acre grants, 3 Jan 1627; committee to lay out land, 5 May 1640, 5 Oct 1640; committee to lay out highways , 1 Oct 1634, 2 May 1637, 1 Feb 1640/41, 10 Jun 1650. Plymouth petit jury,2 Jan 1637/8, 3 Sep 1639, 3 Dec 1639, 3 Mar 1639/40 , 2 Jun 1640, 7 Jun 1642, 7 Sep 1642, 7 Mar 1642/3; Plymouth grand jury, 5 Jun 1638, 2 Jun 1640, 7 Mar 1642/3, 6 Jun 1643. Surveyor of highways 1 Mar 1641/2, 7 Jun 1642, 4 Jun 1645. Coroner's jury, 22 Jul 1648, on the body of a four-year-old daughter of Richard and Allis Bishop. Arbitrator in land dispute between Thomas Pope and William Shurtleff, 2 Aug 1659. In Plymouth section on 1643 Plymouth list of men able to bear arms. Estate - Appears on diagram of "meersteads & garden plots of [those ] which came first laid out 1620," between Isaac Allerton and Ed ward Winslow. In 1623 Plymouth land division received two acres as passenger on "Mayflower", plus four acres for the rest of his family which came on the "Anne" in 1623; some of this land had apparently been sold to William Bradford by 1639. In the 162 7 Plymouth cattle division Francis Cooke, his wife Hester Cooke, John Cooke, Jacob Cooke, Jane Cooke, Hester Cooke, and Mary Cooke were the first seven persons in the first company. Assessed 18s. in the Plymouth tax list of 25 Mar 1633 and 9s. in the list of 27 Mar 1634. On 3 Dec 1638 a small parcel of land which had been previously granted to Francis Cooke was instead granted to Thomas Prence. On 4 Feb 1638/9 "a parcel of upland lying at the end of Goodman Shawe's land at Smilt River is granted to Francis Cooke". On 5 Oct 1640 Francis Cooke and John Cooke Jr. were granted a parcel of upland "provided it do not exceed two hundred acres of upland, and the meadow before it," along with a parcel of upland "containing about 10 or 12 acres". On 9 April 1650 Francis Cooke gave "his son Jacob Cook" all his right on one hundred acres at North River granted him 5 Oct 1640. On 17 Oct 1642 Francis Cooke was one of those who received six acres apiece "if it be there to be had" at North Meadow by Joanes River. He is on the list of Purchasers. In his will, dated 7 Dec 1659 and proved 5 Jun 1663, Francis Cooke bequeathed to "my dear and loving wife" all moveables and cattle and to "Hester my wife ... my lands both upland and meadow lands which at present I possess during her life"; "my dear wife and my son John Cooke" to be joint executors. The inventory of the estate of Francis Cooke, taken 1 May 1663, totalled =9C86 11s. 1d. "besides the housing and land", which was not included. The inventory included " 1 great Bible & 4 old boks" valued at 10s. On 3 Jun 1662 Francis Cooke was included in the list of those who might "look out some accommodations of land, as being the first born children of this government." On 1 Mar 1663/4, the court "taking notice of such evidence as hath been produced for the clearing of a controversy between John Tompson, plaintiff, and Richard Wright, in reference to a parcel of land at Namassakett, do allow an agreement between the said parties, which was ordered here to be entered, as followeth, viz: that the said parties shall have equal share of the land allotted to Francis Cooke at Namaskett [sic] afore said, provided that they be equal in bearing the charge about the said land." On 8 Jun 1666 John Cooke, Jacob Cooke, Hester Wri ght the wife of Richard Wright and Mary Tompson the wife of John Tompson, in order to prevent dispute over the intent of their father Francis Cooke in his will with regard to the land at Rocky Nook, agreed to divide it into five shares, with John Cooke as the eldest son getting two shares. On 5 Jul 1670 "Whereas it is evident to the Court, that a certain tract or parcel of land, called Old Cooke's Holes, lying at Jonses River meadow, was formerly granted unto Francis Cooke, of Plymouth, deceased, in the lieu of some land which is supposed would have fallen within his line at the Smelt Brooke, but is not fully settled on the said Cooke and his heirs and assigns, this Court doth by these presents fully and absolutely settle, ratify, assure and confirm the said grant of land or tract of land, being threescore acres ... unto the said Francis Cooke, his heirs and assigns forever, which said land was given by the said Francis Cooke unto Richard Wright and Thomas Michell, commonly called Old Cooke's Hole, and since his decease ratified and confirmed unto the said Richard Wright and Thomas Michell by John Cooke, the heir unto the said Francis Cooke."

Will of Francis Cooke:
The last Will and Testament of ffrancis Cooke of Plymouth late Deceased, exhibited before the Court held att Plymouth aforsaid the fifth day of June 1663 on the oathes of Mr John Aldin and Mr John howland;
The Last Will and Testament of Francis Cooke made this seventh of the tenth month 1659.
I being att prsent weake and Infeirme in body yett in prfect memory throw mercy Doe comitt my soule unto god that gave it and my body to the earthe; which my will is should bee Intered in a Decent and comly manner; As for such goods and lands as I stand posessed of I Doe will and bequeath as followeth;

1. My will is that Hester my Dear and loveing wife shall have all my moveable goods and all my Cattle of all kinds; viz: neat Cattle horsekind sheep and swine to be att her Dispose.
2. My will is that Hester my wife shall have and Injoy my lands both upland and meddow lands which att prsent I posesse During her life.
3. I Doe ordaine and appoint my Deare wife and my son John Cooke Joynt exequitors of this my said will.
ffrancis Cooke
Witnes
John Aldin
John howland
Francis Cooke died the seaventh of April, 1663, Plymouth.

Francis COOKE
of Plymouth
A Biographical Research Profile
by David Haas
Background
Francis Cooke came on the Mayflower with his eldest son John in 1620 and
as such was one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact. His wife,
Hester, soon followed on the Anne in 1623. She brought with her three
additional children: Jacob, Jane, and Hester. Another child, Mary, was
born in 1626.
Freemen
Francis Cooke was also listed on the original list of freemen for
Plymouth and was found on this list again in 1633, 1637 and 1658. As a
freemen he had several duties which were thrust upon him. He served
twice on the Grand Inquest, once in 1638 and a second time in 1640.
Cooke also served on numerous juries from the years 1638-48. His most
notable case was that of Allis Bishop. She admitted to murdering her
four year old daughter by slashing her throat and windpipe with a knife.
His major service to the community, however, seemed to come in the
highway realm. In 1937 he was appointed to the committee to lay out
highways. He followed this appointment with the job of surveyor of the
highways for Plymouth in 1641, 1642 and again in 1645. He even served on
a committee to find the best route for a new road.

Occupation
There is no record or what kind of work Cooke was engaged in. He did
have an apprentice, John Harmon, for seven years starting in 1636.
Francis Cooke was also on the 1643 Plymouth list of those who were able
to bear arms.

Estate
Francis Cooke was not as active in court as his jury duty. He won a
judgment against John Browne, the elder, for abusing his cattle . Along
with twelve others, he was given 4 black heifers and two shee goats in
the 1627 cattle division. Cooke appears to have been granted many
different parcels of land in and around Plymouth. Some of this land he
gave to his sons Jacob and John, which they sold portions of. Francis
even sold some land to William Bradford. His neighbors included Isaak
Allerton, Edward Winslow, and Thomas Prence as well as his 2 sons John
and Jacob.

The End
The will of Francis Cooke, dated 7 October 1659, leaves all his
possessions to his wife Hester with Hester and his son John as joint
executors of the will. John Aldin and John Howland were witnesses to the
will. Francis Cooke passed away on 7 April 1663 at the age of
approximately 80. An inventory was taken of his possessions by Ephraim
Tinkham and William Crow on 1 May 1663. His total net worth at that time
was 86 pounds, 11 shillings, and 1 pence.
Primary Source Reference
1620 No specific date PCR 12:5
Plots of those who came in 1620.
The northside The southside
Peeter Brown
John Goodman
Mr. Wm. Brewster
Highway
John Billington
Mr. Isaak Allerton
Francies Cooke
Edward Winslow
No specific date Davis 1883 I:340
Francis Cooke and son John came over on Mayflower.
1623 No specific date Davis 1883 I:340
Cooke's wife Hester came on Ann with children Jacob, Jane and Hester.
No specific date PCR 12:5
Cooke is granted land which "lye beyond the brook to Strawberie hill."
17 December 1623 PCR 11:5
Cooke helped write "Orders agreed on at several times for the General
good of the Colony and the Better government and preferration of the
fame."
1626 No specific date Davis 1883 I:340
Child, Mary born.
1627 No specific date PCR 12:9
Cooke and 12 others are allotted "4 black Heyfers....and two she goats
in" the 1627 cattle division.
1628 3 January 1627/8 PCR 12:14
Helped write "about deuision of lands" that was agreed in a full court
1629 January 1629 PCR 12:51
Mention that William Bradford bought s acres of land from "Francis
Cooke" and sold it to Georg Watson.
1633 No specific date PCR 1:3
Francis Cooke on list of "The Names of the Freeman of the Incorporation
of Plymouth in New England, An: 1633."
No specific date PCR 8:173
On Plymouth list of freemen in 1633.
7 January 1632/33 PCR 1:8
Cooke and Robert Heeks arbitrated a dispute between Samuell Tiller, the
elder, and Peter Browne.
25 March 1633 PCR 1:10
Taxed 18 shillings.
1634 27 March 1634 PCR 1:28
Taxed 9 shillings.
1 October 1634 PCR 1:31
Cooke appointed to lay out the highways.
1636 7 November 1636 PCR 1:46
John Harmon acknowledged himself as an apprentice to Cooke for 7 years
retroactive to 11 October 1636.
1637 7 March 1636/7 PCR 7:5
"Frauncis Cooke" complained against Thomas Lettus, James Walker , John
Browne, the younger and the elder, Thomas Teley, and Thomas Willet
because they abused his cattle which lost her calf, milk, and almost
died. The jury found for Cooke against the elder Browne for 3 pounds
damages and 13 shillings, 6 pence charges of the court.
27 March 1637 PCR 1:52
Cooke on "The Names of the Freeman."
2 May 1637 PCR 1:58
Appointed to the committee to lay out highways.
7 June 1637 PCR 1:60
Execution is granted against Mr. John Browne for the verdict recorded
against him regarding Francis Cooke.
1638 2 January 1637/8 PCR 1:74
Served on jury which found Edward Shaw guilty of "felonous takeing of xv
from the person of William Corvannell."
Served on jury which found Marke Mendlone guilty "as accessory to felony
committed by Edward Shaw."
2 January 1637/8 PCR 7:7
Served on jury which found John Davis not guilty for failing to deliver
Michall Turners goods from Weymouth to Sandwich and awarded Davis 50
shillings damages and "the charges of the court."
Served on jury which found John Holmes not guilty of trespass and
awarded him 5 shillings damages and "the charges of the court."
Served on jury which found for the defendants, the executors of Mr.
Thomas Prince's will against John and Elizabeth Willis over a plot of
land and awarded
7 shillings damages and "the charges of the court."
2 June 1638 PCR 1:87
Appointed to Grand Inquest.
8 November 1638 PCR 1:103
Small parcel of land, previously held by Francis Cooke, was granted to
Mr.Thomas Prence.
1639 4 February 1638/9 PCR 1:112
Granted a parcel of land lying at the end of Goodman Shaw's land at
Smilt River.
4 June 1639 PCR 12:44
Thomas Prence's land lies next to Cooke's land.
3 September 1639 PCR 7:13
Served on jury which found the defendant William Hatch guilty of
trespass and awarded the plaintiff, Joseph Meriam, 5 pounds, 14
shillings, and 2 pence damages and "the charges of the court."
Served on jury which found the defendant John Lewis guilty of trespass
and awarded the plaintiff, William Gibson, 5 pounds, 14 shillings, and 2
pence damages and "the charges of the court."
3 December 1639 PCR 7:14
Served on jury which found the plaintiff, John Atwood, in a tres pass
case against Robert Bartlet for "three pounds three shillings six pence
debt, forty shillings dam the charges of the court."
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Robert Waterman, in a
trespass case against Thomas Clarke for "thirty-five shillings, five
shillings dam the charges of the court."
1640 3 March 1639/40 PCR 7:16
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Samuell Chaundler, in a
trespass case against John Jenney and awarded seventeen pounds , 4
shilling damages and other charges.
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, John Barnes, for a debt
against John Holmes and awarded 8 pounds.
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, John Witcomb, 14 shillings
and 6 pence against John Stow for trespass.
6 May 1640 PCR 1:152
Appointed to committee to compute the number of acres of land in the
meadows of Edward Doteys.
2 June 1640 PCR 1:155
Appointed to Grand Inquest
5 October 1640 PCR 1:163
Francis and John Cooke granted land of not more than 200 acres, "between
Leiftennant Holmes land at the North Riuer and John Rodgers land .'
1641 1 February 1640/1 PCR 2:7
Appointed to the committee to layout highways.
1642 1 March 1641/2 PCR 2:34
Appointed surveyor of the highways for Plymouth.
7 June 1642 PCR 2:40
Appointed surveyor of the highways for Plymouth.
7 June 1642 PCR 7:30
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Thomas Byrd, in a trespass
case against James Cudworth for 40 shilling damages and "the charges of
the suite."
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, John Joyce, in a t respass
case against Walter Deuell, which awarded damages "and the costs and
charges of the suite."
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Samuell Hinkley, in a
trespass case against Mr. Joseph Hull, which awarded charges of the
defendant.
7 September 1642 PCR 7:31
Served on jury which in a trespass case between the plaintiff, Samuell
Hinkley, and Mr. Joseph Hull. "The action was agreed by mutuall
consent."
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Richard Church, in a
trespass case against Matthew Fuller for debt, damages and charges of
the suite.
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Mr. Willm Hanbury, in a
trespass against John Shaw, which awarded charges of the defendant
Served on jury which Willm Hiler admitted to a debt and promised to pay
it within 14 days.
17 October 1642 PCR 2:49
Court granted Cooke 60 acres at the "medow at the North Meddow by Joanes
Riuer if it be there to be had."
1643 7 March 1642/3 PCR 2:53
Appointed to the grand jury of the highways.
7 March 1642/3 PCR 7:33
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, Mr. Willm Hanbury against
Mr. Andrew Hellot for a debt. The court found for debt, damages and
cahrges of the suite.
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, John Coggen, in a trespass
case against Mr. Joseph Hull. The court awarded 2 steers until the
action is tried or the debt is paid.
Served on jury which found for the plaintiff, John Tompson, in a
trespass case against John Holmes, and awarded the debt, damages, and
charges of the suite.
6 June 1643 PCR 2:56
Appointed to the Grand Inquest.
August 1643 PCR 8:187
On list "of all the Males that are able to beare Armes."
1645 4 June 1645 PCR 2:84
Appointed surveyor of the highways for Plymouth.
1648 1 August 1648 PCR 2:132
On a coroner's jury "to make inquiry of the death of the child of Allis
Bishop, the wife of Richard Bishop." Jury found child of 4 years with
her throat and windpipe slashed and a knife lying next to her. Allis
confessed to the jury that "shee murdered the child with the said
knife."
1649 11 July 1649 PCR 12:175
Jacob Cooke bought land from Mr. Thomas Prence for 21 pounds and 10
shillings which adjoined the lands of Mr. Jon Combes and Francis Cooke.
1650 9 April 1650 PCR 12:185-6
"Ffrancis Cooke" gave an upland medow of 100 acres, which he was granted
on 5 October 1640, "lying att the North Riuer" to his son Jacob Cooke
"to have and to hold." Jacob then sold the land to Moris Truant for 16
pounds sterling.
10 June 1650 PCR 2:160
According to order, Cooke and rest of a committee "marked a new way from
Joaneses Riuer to Massachusetts Path through John Rodgers his ground" in
the best possible way.
2 October 1650 PCR 2:149
John Aldin and Miles Standish were ordered to "manifest what were there
intents about the bounds" of the land they laid out at the North River
for Francis and John Cooke and John Rodgers.
3 October 1650 PCR 12:196
John Cooke his portion of the land which was given to him and his
father, Francis Cooke, in 1640 on the medow at North River to Thomas
Tilden for 23 pounds.
3 October 1650 PCR 2:149
Pursuant to a 1640 court order John Aldin and Miles Standish were to lay
out lands for John and Francis Cooke and John Rodgers at the North Riue
which were to be sold to Thomas Tilden, Moris Truent, and William
Maycomber. It reports that the job was completed on 13 March 1650.
1651 No date specified PCR 2:177
Francis Cooke on "The Names of the Purchasers" test.
1658 No specific date PCR 8:197
On list of freemen for Plymouth in 1658
1659 2 August 1659 PCR 3:169
Court ordered Cooke, John Howland and John Dunham, Sr. to set the
boundaries of the lands of Thomas Pope and William Sherttife "at
Strawberry Hill, on the Reed Pond" in the township of Plymouth because
of the controversy between the 2.
7 October 1659 PCW&I 1996 II:373
Cooke makes last will and testament. Awards everything to wife Hester.
Appoints Hester and son John Cooke as joint executors. Witnessed by John
Aldin and John Howland
1662 3 June 1662 PCR 4:19
Court granted preferential treatment to Cooke and his first born son, to
buy land recently purchased by Major Winslow, Captain Southsworth, by virtue of being a Mayflower settler.
1663 7 April 1663 PCR 8:23
Cooke passed away.
1 May 1663 PCW&I 1996 II:374
Inventory of Cook's possessions taken by Ephraim Tinkham and William
Crow.
5 June 1663 PCW&I 1996 II:373
John Aldin and John Howland attested to the authenticity of the will.
Francis Cooke: Network of Connections
Aldin, John pursuant to a 1640 court order John Aldin and Miles Standish
were to lay out lands for John and Francis Cooke and John Rodgers at the
North Riuer which were to be sold to Thomas Tilden, Moris Truent, and
William Maycomber. It reports that the job was completed on 13 March
1650 witness to Cook's will 7 October 1659 attested to authenticity of Cooke's will 5 June 1663 Allerton, Issak land next to Cook's
Bradford, William bought 3 acres of land from Cooke in January 1629 and
sold it to Georg Watson
Browne, Peter Cooke and Robert Heeks arbitrated a dispute between Browne
and Samuell Tiller, the elder 7 January 1932/33
Execution is granted against Mr. John Browne for the verdict recorded
against him regarding Francis Cooke 7 June 1637
Crow, Willam appraiser of Cook's estate 1 May 1663
Doteys, Edward appointed to committee to compute the number of acres of
land in his meadows 6 May 1640
Dunham, John Sr. court ordered Cooke, John Howland and John Dunham, Sr.
to set the boundaries of the lands of Thomas Pope and William Sherttife
"att Strawberry Hill, on the Reed Pond" in the township of Plymouth
because of the controversy between the 2, 2 August 1659
Harmon, John Cook's apprentice for 7 years beginning on 11 October 1636
Heeks, Robert along with Cooke he arbitrated a dispute between Samuell
Tiller, the elder, and Peter Browne 7 January 1932/33
Holmes, Leiftennant Francis and John Cooke granted land of not more than
200 acres, "between Leiftennant Holmes land at the North Riuer and John
Rodgers land." 5 October 1640
Howland, John court ordered Cooke, John Howland and John Dunham, Sr. to
set the boundaries of the lands of Thomas Pope and William Sherttife
"att Strawberry Hill, on the Reed Pond" in the township of Plymouth
because of the controversy between the 2, 2 August 1659
attested to authenticity of Cooke's will 5 June 1663
witness to Cook's will 7 October 1659
Prence, Thomas granted land of Cook's on 8 November 1638
land lies next to Cook's land
Jacob Cooke bought land from him for 21 pounds and 10 shillings which
adjoined lands of Mr. Jon Combes and Francis Cooke
Rodgers, John Francis and John Cooke granted land of not more than 200
acres, "between Leiftennant Holmes land at the North Riuer and John
Rodgers land." 5 October 1640
pursuant to a 1640 court order John Aldin and Miles Standish were to lay
out lands for John and Francis Cooke and John Rodgers at the North Riuer
which were to be sold to Thomas Tilden, Moris Truent, and William
Maycomber. It reports that the job was completed on 13 March 1650
Captain Southsworth court granted preferential treatment to Cooke and
his first born son, to buy land recently purchased by Major Winslow,
Captain Southsworth, by virtue of being a Mayflower settler 3 June 1662
Tiller, Samuell Cooke and Robert Heeks arbitrated a dispute between
Tiller and Peter Browne 7 January 1932/33
Tinkham, Ephraim appraiser of Cooke's estate 1 May 1663
Major Winslow court granted preferential treatment to Cooke and his
first born son, to buy land recently purchased by Major Winslow, Captain
Southsworth, by virtue of being a Mayflower settler 3 June 1662
land next to Cook's

Francis Cooke was born, probably in England, and probably after August 1582, and died at Plymouth, MA on April 7, 1663, "above 80." He married (intention in Leyden, Holland, June 30, 1603 ) Hester Mahieu. Francis Cooke's youth is entirely unknown to us; he was a young man of about 20 when he first appeared in Leyden records in 1603, described as a woolcomber from England. It is not unlikely that he was new to Leyden at the time and had learned his trade in England, although whether in the Norwich area or not is unknown. Allowing for his youth and a period for courtship, perhaps he arrived in Leyden in 1602 aged 19 or so.

On April 25, 1603, Francis Cooke appeared as witness to the betrothal of Raphael Roelandt, a woolcomber who would be a witness at his own betrothal a few months later. In his own betrothal of June 30, 1603, "Francis Cooke" is identified as a bachelor from England, with the occupation "woolcomber" and Hester Mahieu is described as an unmarried young woman from Canterbury in England. Cooke was accompanied by two witnesses, Phillippe de Veau and Rapheal Roelandt, whose names do not indicate any particular family relationship to either party. Hester, on the other hand, was accompanied by her mother and her sister, both of whom were named Jenne/Jeanne Mahieu.
The bethrothal record is in the ecclesiastical bethothal register. The register listed couples whose weddings were to be solemn ized in the Dutch Reformed Church or the Walloon Reformed Church (or sometimes in the German and English Reformed Churches). It was not used for couples whose marriage vows were exchanged in any of the dissenting churches, which included the Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Remonstrant, Mennonite, and English Separatist or Pilgrim congregations.
Although the banns were read, as was customary, the marriage itself is not recorded in the records of these Dutch Reformed churches. The German and English Reformed congregations had not yet b een established in 1603. The marriage, therefore, was probably solemnized in the Leiden Walloon Reformed Church, whose marria ge records before September 1604 are, unfortunately, missing.
On November 6, 1603, Francis Cooke appeared as a baptismal witness for the ancestor of the Delano family, Philippe, son of Jan de Lannoy and Marie Mahieu. Philip Delano was one of the six single men associated with Francis Cooke's family in 1627. Quite possibly his mother Marie Mahieu was a sister of Hester (Mahieu ) Cooke.
Francis and Hester evidently left for Norwich on August 8, 1606, as a note in the Walloon Library of Leiden mentions their departure on that date with letters of transfer. Both the departure and the return to communion in Leiden with a similar letter indicate that Francis Cooke and his wife Hester were members of the Leiden Walloon congregation. The Cookes evidently returned briefly to Leiden between the quarterly dates of communion, which they missed, in order to have their son Jean (John) baptized within the Leiden Walloon congregation with family as godparents to raise him in case be became orphaned.
On New Year's Day 1608 among those admitted to communion by letter of transfer from another Walloon congregation were "Francois Cooke et Esther sa femme, de Norwich." This entry tells us that before 1608, Francis and Hester had lived in Norwich among the Walloon there.
On May 20, 1608, a Couck child, whose first name is not given, was buried in the Pieterskerk. The burial record indicates that at the time the father Franchoys Couck lived on the Levendaal, a canal on the southeast side of Leiden. A daughter, Elizabeth, was baptized on December 26, 1611. The Cookes' next child Jacob (and perhaps their daughter Mary, although it is more likely Mary was born at Plymouth) was presumably baptized in the Separatist congregation of Leiden, for which no records are preserved.
Francis Cooke and his son John embarked on the Speedwell at Delfshaven, Holland in Juy 1620, leaving behind Hester and the other children. At Southampton or Plymouth, England they were transferred to the Mayflower and in her set sail from Plymouth on Wednesday, September 6, 1620.
Francis Cooke was the 17th signer of the Mayflower Compact. On Friday, February 16, 1620/1, while Capt. Myles Standish and Francis Cooke were at work in the woods they were recalled by an alarm at the approach of Indians, who did not more damage than to carry off the tools left in the woods. The Indians returned the tools a month later.
After the common house had been completed, houses for the families were built. Since the winter had seen so many deaths, the Pilgrims were reduced to 19 families and each of these 19 received a parcel of land about fifty feet deep. Frontage was proportional to the number in the family, about eight feet per person. Lots were cast to decide each family's position in the "two rows of houses" which were to be built "for more safety." This allotment was for their use for only the year, to build houses and plant gardens, and they could not pass the land down to their heirs. Francis Cooke appears on a diagram of "meersteads & garden plots of [those] which came first laid out 1620" with his plot being on the south side of the street, with Isaac Allerton and Edward Winslow on his east and west.
In the late 1623 Plymouth Land Division, he received two acres as a passenger on the Mayflower with his son John, plus four acres for the rest of his family which came on the Anne in August 1623. Some of this land was apparently sold to William Bradford by 1639. In 1627, when personal ownership of land became a fact, Francis received 20 acres for each share held in the Plymouth Company, that is, for each member of his family.
The Division of Cattle made at Plymouth on May 22, 1627 assigned the first lot to Francis Cooke, wife Hester, sons John and Jacob, and daughters Jane, Hester, and Mary as the first seven persons in the first company, along with six unmarried men who were associated with Francis Cooke, viz: Moses Simonson, Phillip De lano, Experience Mitchell, John Faunce, Joshua Pratt and Phinihas Pratt. This is the earliest Plymouth Colony records found which names the wife and children of Francis. Not surprisingly, the six unmarried men associated with the family included friends and relations. Philip Delano, then 23, was probably Hester's nephew. Experience Mitchell was to marry Francis's daughter Jane shortly after this.
Francis Cooke was one of the "Purchasers" who in 1627 bought all the rights of the London "Adventurers." One month after the Division of Cattle he signe the agreement between the "Purchasers " and the "Undertakers" by which the latter were to have, for six years, the control of the entire trade of the plantation with the outside world.
Francis Cooke was on the 1633 Plymouth list of freemen ahead of those admitted January 1 1632/3 and also on the March 7, 1636/7 and 1639 lists of Plymouth freemen. He was also in the Plymouth section of the list of freemen of 1658.
In the tax list drawn up by order of the General Court held January 2, 1632/3, he was taxed eighteen shillings to be paid in corn at six shillings per bushel. One year lated, January 2, 1633/ 4, his tax was nine shillings and his son John was taxed nine shillings.
On January 7, 1632/3, Robert Hicks and Francis Cooke were appointed arbitrators to settle a diference between Dr. Samuel Fuller and Peter Brown.
James Hurst, Francis Cooke and John Doane took the inventory of Martha Harding's estate which was presented to the court October 28, 1633. James Hurst, Francis Cooke and Phineas Pratt took the inventory of Francis Eaton's estate on November 8, 1633.
On October 1, 634, John Jenney, Francis Cooke and five others were appointed to lay out highways for Plymouth.
A law was passed November 15, 1636 requiring every man to register his cattle marks. Francis Cooke's are recorded as follows : "Francis Cooke a hole in the left eare and a slit in he (* ) right eare downe the middest of the eare."
On December 24, 1636 John Harmon, son of Edmond of London, contracted to became the apprentice of Francis Cooke for seven years "from the first of Octbr, 1636, to the exiraon of the said terme, and then to be dowble apprelled" and to received twelve bush els of corn from him.
On March 7, 1636 Francis Cooke sued Mr. John Browne, the elder and Thomas Willet, together with several other men working for th em: Thomas Lettis, James Walter, John Browne the younger and Thomas Teley. The charge was that on November 9, 1636 they had caused in damages by abuse and injury to some of his cattle, viz: "vnreasonably abuse the cattle of the said Francis Cooke, insomuch that therevpon one cowe cast her calf, & hath lost her milk, & is in danger to be lost herself." The jury found in Franci s Cooke's favor against John Browne the elder "3=9C damnage, & 13s . 6d. charges of the suite." On June 7, 1637 Francis Cooke was granted an execution against John Browne.
Under an agreement recorded March 2, 1640/1 the Purchasers and Old Comers received grants of land in three areas near present-day Yarmouth, Dartmouth and Rehoboth, "the purchasers, or old comers, witnes two in especiall, thone beareing dated the third of March, 1639, thother in December ye first, 1640..."
Francis Cooke's name appears in two lists of the townsmen of Ply mouth. The first is dated December 10, 1646. The second is undated, but was probably made between 1648 and 1659. Francis Cooke's team is mentioned in a list of teams, with men assigned to each, for drawing wood; but part of the leaf is missing and the purpose is unclear. There is no date, but it was probably made between 1648 and 1652.
Francis Cooke was on several committees and held a number of offices as follows: Committee to lay out the twenty-acre grants January 3, 1627/8; committee to lay out land, May 5, 1640 and Octo ber 5, 1640; committee to lay out highways, October 1, 1634, Ma y 2, 1637, February 1, 1640/1, and June 10, 1650; Plymouth petit jury, January 2, 1637/8, September 3, 1639, December 3, 1639 , March 3, 1639/40, June 2, 1640, June 7, 1642, September 7, 1642, and March 7, 1642/3; Plymouth grand jury, June 5, 1638, June 2, 1640, March 7, 162/3, and June 6, 1643; surveyor of highways, March 1, 1641/2, June 7, 642 and June 4, 1645; Coroner's jury, July 22, 1648, on the body of a four-year old daughter of Richard and Allis Bishop; and arbitrator in land dispute between Thomas Pope and William Shurtleff, August 2, 1659. (continued Misc . Notes #3)


Francis Cooke was assessed 18s. in the Plymouth tax list of March 15, 1633 and 9s. in the list of March 27, 1634. On December 3, 1638 a small parcel of land which had been previously granted to Francis Cooke was instead granted to Thomas rince. On February 4, 1638/9 "a parcell of vpland lying at the end of Gooman Shawes land at Smilt River is graunted to Francis Cooke." On October 5, 1640 Francis Cooke and Jon Cooke, Jr. were granted a parcel of upland "puided it doe not exceede two hundred acres of uplandes and the meddow before yt" along with a parcel of upland "containing about 10 or 12 acres." On October 17, 1642 Francis Cooke was one of those who received six acres apiece "if it be there to be had" at North meadow by Joanes River. On April 9, 165 0 Francis Cooke gave "his sonne Jacob Cook" all his right in one hundred acres at North River granted him October 5, 1640. In March 1651 Francis and John Cooke are recorded as among the proprietors of the Plymouth lands at Punckateesett (now Little Compton, RI), and on April 1, 1663/4 they are shown as owners of the eighteeneth lot. Francis Cooke received a grant on January 4 , 1655/6 "...3 holes of meddow lying at the Hither end of the Greate meddow Caled Jons river." He is on the list of Purchasers.
The will of Francis Cooke was dated he 7th day of the 10th month (December) 1659, presented at Court on June 5, 1663 and attested by witnesses John Alden and John Howland. The inventory of the personal estate of Francis Cooke, amounting to over =9C86 was taken May 1, 1663 by Ephraim Tinkham and William Crow and presented at Plymouth on Jne 5, 1663.
Governor William Bradford, writing in early 1650/1, says, "Francis Cooke is still living, a very olde man, and hath seene his childrens children have children; after his wife came over (with other of his children), he hath 3 still living by her, all maried, and have 5 children; so their encrease is 8. And his sone John, which came over with him, is maried, and hath 4 children living." 86 87 88 89 90


Research Notes: Husband - Pilgrim Francis Cooke

The Pilgrims' History in a Nutshell

Leiden City of Refugees

Leiden is well known as the City of Refugees. The sojourn of the Pilgrim Fathers in Leiden has contributed to the city's reputation. In the first decades of the seventeenth century Queen Elisabeth I and her successor, King James I of England, persecuted the English Calvinists, especially those that wanted to separate from the Anglican Church of which the King was the head. These Calvinists were called Separatists. By fleeing to Holland they hoped to benefit from the relative religious freedom there. Between 1620 and 1629 some of these refugees emigrated to North America, the so-called Pilgrims. In the U.S. the Pilgrims are seen as the 'Founding Fathers' of that country. Some American presidents were direct descendants of the Pilgrims.

Pilgrims in Leiden

In 1608 a group of English Separatists from Nottinghamshire succeeded in leaving the country. They boarded a Dutch ship just off the English coast. The friends and relations they left behind got the government's permission, after a spell in jail, to join them in Holland. The group settled in Amsterdam. A considerable number of them left Amsterdam in 1609 to move to Leiden, the second city in Holland and home of its famous university.

The reverend John Robinson and about a hundred others sent a petition to the Leiden city council to ask for permission to settle in the city. Although strictly speaking permission to settle wasn't needed, the petition was answered by a letter, dated 12th of February 1609, which contained the following meaningful passage: 'No honest persons are refused free and liberal entry to the city...to make their home here.'
Pieterskerk in the 17th century
Pieterskerk as the Pilgrims must have seen it in the 17th century.

Robinson and his companions bought a piece of land near the Pieterskerk (St. Peter's church), called the Groene Poort (Green Close). They built 21 little houses, so that it became known as the English Alley. Later (1683) the houses were razed and the Jean Pesijn almshouses were built on this spot.

Pilgrims who were crucial to the history of the group, apart from John Robinson, are William Brewster and his adopted son William Bradford.

William Brewster was an elder of the church and the most important person behind the publishing activities of the Pilgrim Press (1617-1619).

He used to live in a side alley of the Pieterskerkkoorsteeg (St. Peter's Church Choir Alley) that has been renamed William Brewstersteeg (William Brewster Alley).William Bradford was, for many years, the governor of the Pilgrim colony in North America. His manuscript Of Plimouth Plantation is still the most important source of knowledge of the Pilgrims.

The Pilgrims left many traces in the Leiden archives. They lived and worked here, entered into contracts and made wills, studied at the university and were buried in the city.
Textileworks around 1600
Textileworks in Leiden around 1600.

Departure of the Pilgrims for North America

From 1620 and onwards some of the Pilgrims emigrated to North America, for different reasons. Some left because in the Netherlands too, freedom of religion was threatened and another threat, that of renewed warfare, loomed as the end of the
Mayflower
The Mayflower

Twelve Year Truce with Spain drew near. Others decided to risk the journey because they feared their children would adapt to the somewhat less strict morals of the people around them. Also, the prospect of sufficient material wealth in Leiden was doubtful.


The ships in which the Pilgrims made the journey have become famous: Mayflower (1620), Fortune (1621), Anne and Little James (1623) and the second Mayflower (1629).


1614 map of Leiden
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Map of Leiden at the time of the Pilgrims (1614).


Title page Brewster's book
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Detail of the map by Pieter Bast, 1600, of the neighbourhood of the Peter's Church, where John Robinson with many other Pilgrims lived in the "Green Close".

1609 granting dokument
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The 1609 document granting permission to reside in Leiden (February 12, 1609)

Robinson memorial
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Bronze memorial to Rev. John Robinson, on the wall of the Peter's Church.

Map settlement region 1620
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Map showing New
England with New
Plymouth and
Cape Cod, where
the Pilgrims settle

Source:
http://www.pilgrimarchives.nl/html/pilgrimarchives/tpa_eng.html


Burial Notes: Wife - Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger

Burial Hill


General Notes: Wife - Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger

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Notes: Marriage

According to "Mayflower Increasings: for three generations." - - Baltimore, Md. : Genealogical Publishing Co., c1989 ---- They were married in July of 1603.


General Notes: Child - John Cooke

!From 'Certain Comeoverers': ...'John Cooke .... became the foremost settler of the town of Dartmouth and its largest landed proprietor. .... he sailed with his father, Francis, on 'ye dauntless ship,' and came to Plymouth in 1620. ...... '(He) was the last male survivor of the Mayflower passengers, dying at his home in what is now Fairhaven, 1695.
In his long life, he had seen and felt more of the history of the Pilgrim Commonwealth than most of his contemporaries, not merely as an observer, but as an intensely active participator. ........
'That John Cooke as a lad acquired an education superior to that of most of his contemporaries was his own achievement and indicative of the strong and earnest character which distinguished him during his long life. Those early days of hardship and privation in the struggling settlement of Plymouth, when the most constant and exacting work yielded the barest sort of a subsistence, were not conducive to the acquirement by the young men of a liberal education. There were, indeed, several of the Mayflower's band who were men of no mean education but the next generation, for the most part, although they inherited some of the sterling qualities of their fathers, had little of their 'book-larning'.
'The most active period of John Cooke's life was spent in Plymouth. As a youth, he probably devoted himself somewhat to study, and possibly intended to fit himself for the ministry. If so, it would seem probable that his independence of thought precluded him from being accepted as a true disciple of the 'old lights.' Indeed, he went so far astray from orthodoxy that he was subsequently called an 'anabaptist' and as a lay preacher spread doctrines not acceptable to the 'standards.' That he never quite disassociated himself from allegiance to the true faith which the Pilgrims brought across the ocean to form the corner-stone of their commonwealth seems probable, but that he fell into errors and schisms and finally became an 'anabaptist preacher' would seem to be clear from the traditions which have come down to us. His earnest, straightforward, forceful nature seems to have compelled him 'to speak his mind', and to give forth to his friends and neighbors the convictions concerning religious matters which he had, himself, formed. It was not in any established church, however, either orthodox or Baptist, that he preached in Dartmouth. It was probably among his neighbors at their homes, and on occasions when they met together in social intercourse.
(Note by MDR: In regard to the foregoing paragraph, 'Mayflower Families...' shows that it is not sure which John Cooke was the one accused of 'anabaptist' activity as the records do not contain any designation other than the name. It is the opinion of the authors that it could, although, have been the younger John Cooke.)
'Not all his youth was devoted to study. At a very early age, he must have busily engaged in all the work necessary for the welfare of his father's family and for the settlement of Plymouth. With his father, he entered into several business ventures and in 1634, when he was about twenty-four years old, he was taxed equally with his father. It was in this year that on 28 Mar, he married Sarah Warren, the oldest of the daughters of Richard Warren, who had come over on the Ann with John's sisters. Mistress Warren, the mother of Sarah, and the widow of Richard Warren, in consideration of the marriage conveyed to John Cooke 'of Rocky Nook' certain land at Eel River, which in 1637, he exchanged for other land with his brother in law, Richard Bartlett.
'Three years after his marriage, he volunteered in Captain Prince's company for service in the Pequot War 'if provision could be made for his family.' Doubtless the provision was arranged and he went on the campaign. In 1643, he was serving in the military company of Plymouth, giving points, probably, to his young brother in law, Nathaniel Warren, who joined the company at the same time. His activities, however, were by no means confined to military affairs. He was engaged in many enterprises. He was one of the owners of the first vessel built in the Colony 'the forty ton leviathan of the deep, the pride and delight of Plymouth.' During his residence in Plymouth and afterwards in Dartmouth, he was a constant trader in land. His boundless energy and push compelled him to interest himself in many private enterprises, but did not divert him from generous service to the community.
'From 1638, when he served his first of many terms as Deputy for Plymouth to the General Court, until he moved to Dartmouth some twenty years or so later, he was prominently connected with the management of Plymouth affairs. Nearly every year he acted as 'rater,' generally serving with Manasses Kempton or Nathaniel Warren. He was repeatedly put on special committees at the town meetings to dispose of the town's lands, provide for the town's poor, etc. In Oct 1643, he was appointed by the General Court one of a committee 'for the Court and psons to be of the Counsel of Warr.' In 1649, the town appointed its first standing committee of 'seven men' of whom John Cooke was one. A few years later this committee was reduced in number and called the 'select men' and John Cooke was chosen a Selectman and served as such during several years. Perhaps no more striking example of John Cooke's ability exists than his carefully prepared report to the General Court of 1654, of which he was a member, in relation to the condition of affairs between the Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay Colonies.
'In 1650 ... a record that John Cooke and others 'have engaged to pay two coats a peece to be in reddyness in the hands and custodie of John Morton to pay any Indian that shall kill a wolfe.' The wolves proved to be much more serious enemies than the Indians in the early days of the colony. During one year seven wolves were killed by one settler who was rewarded as a distinguished public benefactor. The residents of Sandwich and Eastham and other places on the Cape at one time seriously considered the advisability of putting a fence across the neck where the Cape Cod Canal is now building to keep the wolves off the Cape.
'The references to John Cooke in the town records of Plymouth and in the notes relating to land allotments are very numerous. His father and himself appear to have owned much land in Plymouth, and even as late as 1695, the year in which John Cooke died, he had a meadow in Plymouth defined. His homestead in Plymouth was on North Street. He purchased it in Sep 1646, of Phineas Pratt, and sold it in 1653 to Thomas Lettice. At what date he removed to Dartmouth is not known. It was probably not long after the purchase of the Dartmouth territory and before the founding of the town, although for some years thereafter he still was actively concerned in the affairs of Plymouth.
'Certain inhabitants of the town of Plymouth had purchased some lands at 'Punckateeset over against Rhode Island,' a territory now known as Tiverton. This land was alloted to various persons, among whom were Francis and John Cooke. In May 1662, the town referred 'the business about our land att Punckateeset and places adjacent concerning the incroachment of some of Road Island upon some pt of said land unto the Deputies of our Town together with the messengers of the Towne now sent, viz John Cooke and Nathaniel Warren, to make our addresses to the Court in the Towne's behaf and otherwise to act concerning the same as they shall see cause.'
'This record does not necessarily indicate that John Cooke was living in Plymouth in 1662. For ten years or more he had been familiar with the territory between Sippican and Narragansett Bay. In 1652, he was one of the leading spirits in the purchase of Acushena (Dartmouth), and had doubtless gone over the ground as a 'viewer,' for the thirty-four land speculators who bought that large tract as well as for the puchasers of 'Punckateeset.' He was therefore well fitted to be one of the ambassadors in behalf of the town of Plymouth to the Rhode Island colonies with whom Plymouth was in a constant dispute about boundaries and jurisdictional rights.
'On 29 Nov 1652 Wesamequen, or Massasoit as he is more frequently called, and Wamsutta, his son, gave a deed to Mr. William Bradford, Captain Standish, Thomas Southworth, John Winslow, and John Cooke 'and their associates, the purchasers or old comers' of the large tract of land comprising what is now the towns of Fairhaven, Acushnet, Dartmouth, and Westport, and the city of New Bedford. This deed is signed only by Wamsutta on the one part and John Winslow and John Cooke of the other part. The actual purchase had evidently been made some months before
the deed was executed, since on 7 Mar 1652, there was a meeting in Plymouth of the proprietors, thirty four in number, Francis Cooke and John Cooke each being designated as owners of one whole share, equivalent, as the subsequent divisions indicated, to more than thirty-two hundred acres to a share. Later, in 1664, King Philip, 'Sagamore of Pokannockett', in early times more often called Metacomet, another son of Massasoit, definitely fixed the bounds of this purchase, and the township of Dartmouth was established as follows: '1664 June. At this Court all that tract of land commonly called and known by the name of Acushena, Ponagansett, and Coaksett is allowed by the court to be a township and the inhabitants thereof have liberty to make such orders as may conduce to their common good in town concernments and that the said town be henceforth called and known by the name of Dartmouth.'
'It was between 1653 and 1660 that John Cooke settled in Dartmouth. He took up holdings in the northerly part of Fairhaven in the district now known as Oxford. It was about this time when, owing to his unorthodox religious ideas, he was presented to the Court at Plymouth for breaking the Sabbath by unnecessary travelling thereon and fined ten shilllings. It is probable that his 'unnecessary' travelling was actually for the purpose of preaching what he considered to be God's word, but which his orthodox brethren evidently considered neither a work of charity nor necessity. He was certainly settled in Dartmouth before 1660. In 1667, he was authorized by the Court at Pymouth 'to make contracts of marriage, administer oaths, issue out warrants in His Majestie's name, bind over persons to appear at His Majestie's Courts, issue subpoenies, warn witnesses,' etc., etc. In 1670, he is named first in the list of the seven freemen of Dartmouth. In 1668, the Court at Plymouth ordered John Cooke to establish and maintain a ferry 'between Dartmouth and Rhode Island.' This designation was not geographically correct since Dartmouth never extended to Narragansett Bay. The ferry established by Cooke under this order may have been at 'Fogland' between Puncatest and the southerly part of the Island of Rhode Island, or possibly the ferry at what is now known as the Stone Bridge. Also, in 1668, he was appointed by the Court to take the testimony of all parties and establish the boundaries of the town in reference to a dispute with the Indians.
'In 1672 the town of Dartmouth gave John Cooke Ram Island, now known as Pope's Island, in recompense for his former services to the town 'and also eleven pounds for his services and three pounds for his damages and trouble which said fourteen pounds shall be paid to him in good merchantable pork, beef and corn in equal proportions.' Notwithstanding his anabaptist faith, he was chosen by the inhabitants of Dartmouth, who were mostly Quakers, to represent them at the General Court on many occasions. (1666-1668-1673-1675-1679-1686). Daniel Ricketson, in his History of New Bedford, describes the journeys which the early representatives of the people of Dartmouth made on foot by the old Indian paths to a somewhat hostile assembly in Plymouth: 'The journey in the winter season must have been a formidable affair, as the snow would be deep in the woods and render snow shoes necessary. We can imagine one of these sturdy yeomen, warmly wrapped up in his home-manufactured wool, perhaps with a friendly Indian as his guide, plodding his way through the narrow forest path, his mind possessed with the importance of his office and his mission.' John Cooke also served his fellow citizens of Dartmouth as Selectman in the years 1670, 1672, 1673, 1675, 1679, and 1683. There was, indeed, no public service and no public undertaking in which John Cooke was not a participator, and it would seem that in those earliest days he well deserves the designation of 'our most prominent citizen.'
'In 1675, a crushing blow came to the infant settlement of Dartmouth, dealt by the infuriated Philip, whose savage hordes devastated the town with torch and tomahawk. Nearly all the dwellings of the settlers, with their crops and livestock were destroyed and several men and women murdered. John Cooke, foreseeing the necessity, had converted his homestead into a 'garrison house'. The main structure stood north of what is now the Riverside Cemetery about six hundred feet west of Main Street. It was a building of sufficient size to shelter a considerable number of persons, and was surrounded by a stockade. To this haven of safety the inhabitants of that part of Dartmouth hastened on the first alarm of the Indian uprising in the early spring of 1676. At least four were tomahawked on their way, but most of them reached Cooke's Garrison House and there defended themselves against the attacks of the savages. Whether it was the garrison house itself, or a separate dwelling of John Cooke's, which was burned and sacked at this time is not clear. Captain Ben Church in July 1676 made a rendezvous at the 'ruins of John Cooke's home.'
'Increase Mather writes: 'Dartmouth did they burn with fire, and barbarously murdered both men and women; stripping the slain whether men or women and leaving them in the open field. Such, also, is their inhumanity as that they flay off the skin from their faces and heads of those they got into their hands, and go away with the hairy scalp of their enemies.' On 11 Aug 1676, Captain Benjamin Church, a nephew of John Cooke's wife, after a long and admirably fought campaign, captured King Philip, whose head was borne in triumph the next day to Captain Church's wife, and then sent to Plymouth where it remained set up on a pole for twenty years. One of his hands was sent to Boston as a trophy and the other given to Alderman the Indian who shot him at the last, who exhibited it for money. The Indians it seems, were not the only barbarians involved in the story.
'The suffering and devastation caused in Dartmouth by this overwhelming calamity can hardly be realized. That the people could again take heart to rebuild their homes and commence anew their occupations must have been due to the indomitable leadership of such men as John Cooke. It was he, perhaps, who obtained the orders from the Plymouth Court which gave relief by exemption of taxes and military aid, etc. The Court, however, could not refrain from hinting in its order that the indifference of the people of Dartmouth to listen to the word of God as proclaimed by his ministers 'had been a provocation of God thus to chastise their contempt of his gospell, which we earnestly desire the people of that place may seriously consider off, lay to hart, and be humbled for with a sollisitus indeavor after a reformation thereof by a vigorous putting forth to obtain an able faithful dispenser of the word of God amongst them.'
'The people of Dartmouth may have been grateful for the Court's clemency, but they certainly did not follow its advice about a minister, continuing even more stubbornly than before to assert their religious independence; and John Cooke, whom the Court certainly would not have certified as 'an able faithful dispenser of the word of God,' continued for many years to preach an unorthodox faith. He died at the age of about eighty-five years.
'At Poverty Point, Fairhaven, there is now a large boulder with a bronze inscription which reads as follows: 'Sacred to the Memory of John Cooke who was buried here in 1695. The last surviving male Pilgrim of those who came over on the Mayflower. First white settler of this town. The pioneer in its religious, moral and business life. A man of character and integrity, and the trusted agent for this part of the Commonwealth of the Old Colonial Civil Government of Plymouth.' Mr. Henry B. Worth, in a convincing presentment of facts to the Old Dartmouth Historical Society, has demonstrated that the 'old burial place' in which John Cooke was probably buried was not at Poverty Point where the memorial is erected, but a mile or more further up the shore of the Acushnet River.'
His will and inventory, from Bristol Co. Prob. Rec., vol. 1 pg 139, is given in 'Mayflower Families...', vol. 12, pg 41-42. His wife, Sarah, was named as executrix.
Residences: Leyden, Holland; Plymouth, Mass.; Dartmouth, Mass.

John Cooke was a passenger on the ship "Mayflower" to Plymouth, Mass. in 1620, with his father Francis. He was probably about the age of 13 when he arrived. He was a deacon of the church in the 1630s but was excommunicated about 1657 and probably became a Baptist. In many records of Plymouth he is referred to as John Cooke, Jr., to keep him separate from another referred to as John Cooke, Sr. 87 91 93 94 95 96 97


Research Notes: Child - John Cooke

!Initial source: Family group sheet from the FGRA collection of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, submitted by Theresa Snow Hill, 645 N. 8th E., Logan, Ut., with sources: 'Boston Transcript' 1936; B12 E9 (Bullard and Allied Families - FHL 929.273 B8723b); Am 28 (Signers of the Mayflower Compact - 974.4 D2h) pt 2 pg 7. A family group sheet compiled by Michel L. Call, 1983, (his sources: 'Families of the Pilgrims, 1956, pg 64-72, and revision by Eugene A. Stratton, 1981), had his birth 'abt. 1610', but a photocopy in 'The Mayflower Descendant' vol. 27, facing pg 151, shows Leyden record of his baptism (christening) is on a page which is of baptisms of the Walloon Church at Leyden from January to March 1607, no specific date for any of them (I'm wondering about the 'old calendar' significance in this date. MDR). There is an obvious mistake in the article on page 153 where it gives the translation of the record. It says his baptism was on an unnumbered page in the records of the Walloon Church. At the beginning of the paragraph it says the date on the page is 1607, and the record states that it is baptisms of January to March. But further on it says he was born between 1 Jan and 31 Mar 1603. Since the photocopy of the page from the records shows the year 1607, the mistake is obvious. The statement that he was 17 years at the time he came with his parents to Plymouth was calculated from the 1603 date, which the article shows is the probably the year of his parent's marriage, it is also obvious that he was about 13 years old in 1620. His marriage is in 'Plymouth Colony Records' 1:29, and death is in 'Vital Records of Dartmouth' 3:25. In some early records, he is called John Cooke, Junior, or John Cooke, the younger. It is explained in 'Mayflower Families....', that there was an older John Cooke who came in 1633. The term 'Junior' or 'the younger' was used to distinguish between them. LDS proxy baptism and endowment are from the FGRA sheet, which had proxy sealing of his marriage but an earlier date is in the LDS IGI. The proxy sealing to parents is from the FGRA sheet of his parents, which didn't give the temple. There is a note on the Call family group sheet: 'The archive sheet for this family claims two additional children, John and Susanna (married William Palmer). Scholars acknowledge that Susanna might possibly be a member of this family, but she is not included here because no acceptable evidence has yet been found to place her here.' For that reason, she is not included in this record (MDR) but LDS proxy temple ordinances for her are on the FGRA sheet, 8 Feb 1947, 18 Mar 1948, and 17 Nov 1943. The only temple given is Manti for the sealing to parents. Probably the reason for the inclusion of a son, John, is that there are several records of a 'John, Jr.' However, this is explained above. There is no son mentioned in the father's will.


Burial Notes: Child - Cooke

St. Peter's Church


General Notes: Child - Cooke

Child, bur. Leiden, 20 May 1608.
Unnamed child, b. probably in Leyden, Holland ca 1608; buried there 20 May 1608. 98 99


Death Notes: Child - Josiah Cooke

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General Notes: Child - Josiah Cooke

Mid-Atlantic Genealogies, 1340-1940

Josias Cook lived first at Plymouth, where on September
16, 1665 he married Elizabeth (Ring) Dean. Pratt's History of
Eastham states that he was one of the seven Plymouth Colony
to found the town of Nanset (Eastham), and later was one of
the Deputies to the old Colony Court, Plymouth for the years
1652 to 1666. He died October 17, 1673 and in the Mayflower
Descendants XV, page 34, can be found his will, dated September
22, 1673, he "being at that time about 63 years of age."

[End Page 38]

Their son, Josias Cook married Deborah Hopkins July 27,
1668. He died January 31, 1731-2.

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record
about Josiah Cooke
Name: Josiah Cooke
Year: 1644
Place: New England
Source Publication Code: 1936
Primary Immigrant: Cooke, Josiah
Annotation: Excellent directory of the first settlers of New England. Drake's additions and corrections (no. 1666) are found in the G.P.C. reprint and in no. 9151, Tepper, Passengers to America, pp. 468-470.
Source Bibliography: FARMER, JOHN. A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England; Containing an Alphabetical List of the Governours, Deputy-Governours, Assistants or Counsellors, and Ministers of the Gospel in the Several Colonies, from 1620 to 1692; Graduates of Harvard College to 1662; Members of the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company to 1662; Freemen Admitted to the Massachusetts Colony from 1630 to 1662; With Many Other of the Early Inhabitants of New-England and Long-I
Page: 68

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record
about Josiah Cook
Name: Josiah Cook
Year: 1633-1634
Place: Plymouth, Massachusetts
Source Publication Code: 9448
Primary Immigrant: Cook, Josiah
Annotation: In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A. Virkus edited seven volumes with the title, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, published in Chicago by the Institute of American Genealogy. Each volume has a section in the main body of the work, co
Source Bibliography: VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor. Immigrant Ancestors: A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1964. 75p. Repr. 1986.
Page: 22

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record
about Josiah Cook
Name: Josiah Cook
Year: 1634
Place: Plymouth, Massachusetts
Source Publication Code: 1262
Primary Immigrant: Cook, Josiah
Annotation: Date and place of settlement or date and place of arrival. Names not restricted to the Order of Founders and Patriots of America.
Source Bibliography: COLKET, MEREDITH B., JR. Founders of Early American Families: Emigrants from Europe, 1607-1657. Cleveland: General Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America, 1975. 366p.
Page: 74


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Cooke

Elizabeth, bp. 26 Dec 1611; no further record.
Elizabeth, bapt. 26 Dec 1611, Leyden, Holland; d. definitely prior to 22 May 1627 (when the Division of Cattle does not name her). If Elizabeth's younger sister Hester was born in Plymouth, then Elizabeth was the third, unnamed, Cooke child who came to Plymouth on the Anne in 1623; in this case Elizabeth died between the August 1623 arrival and the 22 May 1627 Division of Cattle. If instead Elizabeth's younger sister Hester was born in Leyden, then Elizabeth must have died in Leyden prior to the 1623 departure of the Anne, or on board ship prior to August 1623. 98 99


General Notes: Child - Jane Cooke Annejames Passenger

Residences: Holland; Plymouth, Mass.

She was probably a passenger on the ship "Mayflower" to Plymouth, Mass. in 1620.
Jane Cooke, b. Holland bef. 1613; d. Plymouth by 1650, probaby well before that date. She m. aft 22 May 1627 Experience Mitchell.
Jane Cooke, b. pre 1613, Holland, d. pre 1650, Plymouth; m. aft 22 May 1627, Plymouth Experience Mitchell, poss. son of Thomas Mitchell of Amsterdam.

Jane, b. say 1609; m. Plymouth in 1627 or soon after, Experience Mitchell.
Jane, b. probably in Leyden, Holland, probably in about 1604. 98 99 100 101


Research Notes: Child - Jane Cooke Annejames Passenger

No birth record or death record has been found for Jane Cooke. Given the date of her parents' marriage in 1603 and Jane's own marriage in approximately 1627, coupled with the known birth dates of her older siblings in 1606, 1608 and 1611, there are only two logical dates of birth for her, ca. 1604 or ca. 1609 Further, given the ages at marriage of her siblings: John at age 27; Jacob at about 28; Hester at about 20 (or less likely, at about 24); and Mary at age 19, it seems likely that Jane was born in 1604 and thus was aged 23 at marriage than that she was born in about 1610 and was aged 17 when married. Probably Jane was the eldest child and was named for her mother's mother.

Hester (Mahieu) Cooke, with three of her Cooke children, arrived at Plymouth in the "Anne" in August 1623. The late 1623 Land Division assigns 2 acres (for Francis and son John) to Francis Cooke as a Mayflower passenger. In addition 4 acres were assigned to Francis Cooke for Cooke family members arriving in the "Anne" These 4 acres account for Hester and three children. Assuming that the 22 May1627 Division of Cattle lists the boys in order of birth and then the girls in order of birth, Jane was probably born in Holland in about 1604.

Evidence for the latest possible death date of Jane (Cooke) Mitchell comes from Governor Bradford's "History". Speaking of Francis Cooke and wife, Bradford, writing in 1650/51, says, "...he hath 3 (children) still living by her..."It is known that Jacob Cooke, Hester (Cooke) Wright and Mary (Cooke)Thompson were living at that date, hence Jane must have been dead. However it is quite likely that Jane died in the mid to late 1630s.

An estimate for the marriage date for Jane Cooke and Experience Mitchell come from the 22 May 1627 Division of Land, where Jane appears as "Jane Cooke", in the family of Francis Cooke. Since Elizabeth Mitchell, their oldest child, married in December 1645, Elizabeth was probably born about 1628, and was 17 at marriage. Hence Jane and Experience probably married quite soon after 22 May 1627. 102


General Notes: Child - Jacob Cooke

Jacob, b. in Holland ca. 1618; d. at Plymouth, MA between 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inventory); m. (1) prob. at Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646, Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669, Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Damarise Jacob Cooke, b. Holland ca. 1 618; d. Plymouth bet. 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inv.) He m. (1) prob . Plymouth shortly aft 10 Jun 1646 Damaris Hopkins, dau. of Pilgrim Stephen and Elizabeth (--------) Hopkins of the Mayflower. He m . (2) Plymouth 18 Nov 1669 Elizabeth (Lettice Shurtleff, dau. of Thomas and Ann (------) Lettice. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Deamaris Hopkins was recorded whereby Francis Cooke would give them one hundred acres of land when they were married. On 14 July 1674 Jacob Cooke deposed he was "aged fifty six years or there about." The will of Jacob Cooke senior of Plymouth dated 11 Dec 1675 exhibited 8 March 1676 names wife Elizabeth Cooke; 3 youngest daughters; eldest son Caleb Cooke; son Jacob Cooke; brother John Tomson; brother Wright's land; son Franciss; six daughters viz. - Mary (worn) kah, cozen Daniell Wilcockes. On 8 March 1676/7 the lands of Jacob Cooke senior of New Plymouth were divided between his sons Caleb Cooke, Jacob Cooke and Francisc Cooke, inv. dated 18 Dec 1675.
Jacob Cooke, b. ca. 1618, Holland; d. bet. 11 Dec & 18 Dec 1675 , Plymouth; m. 1st aft 10 Jun 1646, Plymouth, Damaris Hopkins; m . 2nd Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, daug of Thomas & Ann.
Jacob, b. about 1618 (deposed 14 Jul 1674 "aged fifty-six year s or thereabout"); m. (1) Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646 (ma rriage contract), Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669 , Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff.
Jacob Coke, Senr, was marryed to Elizabeth Shirtliffe, widdow, the 18th of Nouember, 1669, Plymouth.
Jacob Cooke, Sr.
December 18, 1675
Plymouth Colony Wills 3(2):2-4 #P248
The Inventory of Jacob Cooke Senior
An Inventory of the Estate of Iacob Cooke senr of the Towne of New Plymouth deceased taken and apprised the 18th day of December 1675, by mr Thomas Cushman Leiftenant Ios[...MS torn...] and s erjeant Ephraim Tinkham; and exhibited to the Court of his Matie [...MS torn ...] (aforesaid the 8 of March Anno: domine 1575 , (76) on the oath of [...MS torn...]
Impr: 1 yoake of oxen
Item 4 cowes
Item 2 steers of 3 yeers and advantage
Item 1 heiffer of 2 yeers and vantage
Item the halfe of a Cow 20s and the hal[...MS torn...]
Item halfe of a heiffer 12s & halfe of [...MS torn...]
Item 1 yeerlyng heiffer
Item 3 Calues
Item a mare and Colt or else [...MS torn...] vallued att
Item 1 mare 15s and a yonge horse [...MS torn...]
Item 59 sheep and lambes att, six pou[...MS torn...]
Item 7 sowes att 6s apeece and 4 pigs [...MS torn...]
Takeing without dores
Item 1 winch for a grindstone
Item 1 cart and wheeles with theire Iron worke with [...MS torn. ..]
Item 1 Copp yeoke and one slinge yoake with theire [...MS torn.. .]
Item 1 plow share with a coulter and bee
Item 1 Cart Rope and halter
Item 1 draft Cheine 5s 1 logg Cheine in 2 peeces [...MS torn...]
Item a paire of hinges
Item 1 auger and hand saw
Item 1 dunge forke & 2 pitch [...MS torn...]
Item 2 hoe, 1 spade 1 axe
Item 1 hooke and 9 [eye?]; and [...MS torn...]
Item 1 hoop and a paire of pince [...MS torn...]
Item 1 old Cow bell and old Iron [...MS torn...]=20
Item 1 Gouge 6d and one [...MS torn...]
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Item 1 tramell 4s 1 tramell 3s 1 [hamer?] 1s 00 08 00
Item 1 Iron kettle 9s 1 Iron pott and pothookes 10s 00 19 00
Item 1 Iron pott 8s with the pothookes to it 00 08 00
Item 1 Great brasse kettle 12s 1 ditto lesser kettle 7s 00 19 00
Item 2 brasse kettles and 1 old peece of brasse 00 02 00
Item 1 fier slice 00 01 06
Item 1 pewter platte 6s one pewter platter 5s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 ditto 4s 1 ditto 3s 1 ditto 3s 00 10 00
Item 1 Cracked pewter dish 2s 1 qvart pott 3s 00 05 00
Item 1 pint pott 2s 1 pint pott 1 beaker 1 dram Cupp 00 03 00
Item halfe a dozen of spoones 3s halfe a dozen of spoones 2s 6 d 00 05 05
Item 1 frying pan and one peece of a gridiron 1 old peece of a p ewter bason 00 03 00
Item 1 bread Grater 1 shill 2 milk pan 8d 00 01 08
Item 1 longe fowling peece 01 10 00
Item 1 short Muskett 00 16 00
Item 1 Carbine 10s 1 Rapier 12s 01 02 00
Item 1 bake shouel 8s 1 spitt 3s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 smoothing box and heators 00 03 00
Item 1 loome 15s and the one halfe of 5 paire of Geers 15s 01 1 0 00
Item 2 pound of bulletts 2 hornes with powder 00 04 00
Item 1 Great Iron wedge 1s 6d 4 pailes 4s 00 05 06
Item 24 pound of woolen yearne 01 16 00
Item 12 pound of woolon yerne and 1 pound of Cotten yearne 01 0 4 00
Item 4 pound of [Fear?] yearne 00 10 00
Item 3 Chaires 4s one Cradle 1s 6d 00 05 06
Item 1 houer Glasse 9d 1 paire of sheep sheers 15d 00 02 00
Item 1 bible 4s 1 Psalme book 1s 6d 4 old books 2s 00 07 06
Item 1 Carbe bridle 3s 1 saddl 10s 1 pannell 8s 01 01 00
Item 1 sickle 1s 1 hamer 1s 00 02 00
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16 01 02
In the bed Chamber
Impr: 1 bed and a bolster 03 00 00
Item 1 Green Rugg and one White blankett 01 00 00
Item 4 paire of sheets att 16s apaire 03 04 00
Item 3 old Chests & a box 00 06 06
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Item 1 bed and bolster 02 15 00
Item 1 blankett 8s 1 Green Rugg 5s 00 13 00
[...MS torn...] Rugge 5s 1 blankett 6s 00 11 00
[...MS torn...] 02 15 00
[...MS torn...] bolster 1 pillow 5s 02 16 00
[...MS torn...] abouts of sheeps wool 13s 6d 00 17 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 06
[...MS torn...] 5s 00 08 00
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[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] seive 3s 6d 00 07 06
[...MS torn...]rrell 2s 6d 1 tubb 6d 00 04 06
[...MS torn...]mas lettices 0 0 07 06
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Item 1 pewter Chamber pott 00 03 00
Item 1 brake 3s 1 paire of Cards 1s 00 04 00
Item 1 Iron Sqvare 00 01 06
Item sererall particulars expended 00 08 00
Item the one third of 2 [weathers?] 01 00 06
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debts owing to the estate
Item from Caleb Cooke 01 05 00
From Francis [dout?] 00 08 00
From Samuell dunham son of Iohn dunham 00 03 00
From Iohn dotey 00 07 00
From Nathaniell Wood allies Attwood 00 03 00
From Iohn Bradford 00 03 00
From Iacob Cook 00 06 00
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The sum of the estate is 104 16 03
debts owing by the testator
Item To Willam Harlow 01 00 00
Do Thomas Lettice 00 04 00
Do Samuel [Iemidy?] 00 04 00
Do Ioseph Wadsworth 00 06 00
Do Captaine Matthew Fuller 01 00 00
Do dotter Daniell Fuller [indecipherable--probably 00 06 06]
Do the estate of Ester Cook deceased 02 12 04
Do Edward Gray 02 05 00
Do the estate of Willam Shurtliff deceased 00 10 08
Do George Watson 01 00 00
Do Iohn Thompson 01 03 01
Do Gorge [Bomun?] 00 05 00
Do Ioseph howland 00 03 06
Do Robertt Finney 00 03 06
Do Funeral Charges 02 06 06
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debts owing 13 10 01
The Estates debts deducted 091 00 02
Wee are Informed that the Testator died posessed of these lands as followeth.
Impr: 1 dwelling house with the out houses belonging therevnto standing and [...MS torn...] vpon his two lotts off land that lye th on the soath syde of the smelt brook [...MS torn...] the Towne of Plymouth with the additions thervnto belonging.
Alsoe 4 fift partes of a parsell of lands and meddow, that were Injoyed by his deere father Francis Cook, lying and being in Rockey nooke; in the said towne of P[...MS torn...] Sixty acres of Land lying at Woonponsett pond.
Forty fiue acrees of vpland lying att Winnelucksett Neare Richard Wright [...MS torn...]
Fifty acres of vpland lying att or neare the [...MS torn...]
Three acres of salt Marsh Meddow lying att Pyney point [...MS to rn...]
Thirty acrees of Meddow more or lesse in three lotts ly[...MS to rn...]
Twelve Acrees of meddow lying att Wimatuxett; by the [...MS torn ...]
Six acrees of Meddow with a smale parsell of vpland [...MS torn. ..] meddow lying at Wimatuksett.
Thirty Acrees of vpland lying on the North [...MS torn...] neare a place Called the woolfe trapp.
This Inventory was Attested [...MS torn...] Elizabeth Cook this 2 cond [appoars to have been altered to an 8...MS torn...] i n open Court as Attests [...MS torn...]
Jacob, b. in Leyden, Holland ca 1618 (based on 1674 deposition). 98 99 103 104 105 106


Research Notes: Child - Jacob Cooke

!See notes for his father. 'Mayflower Families...' says 'born in Leyden, Holland about 1618 [deposed 14 July 1674 'aged 56 or thereabout', ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:45-46, 3:95-107, 27:145-55.] died in Plymouth between 11 and 18 December 1675. ['Mayflower Descendant' 3:236-42.] ... married (1), probably in Plymouth and shortly after 10 June 1646 [date of marriage gift], Damaris Hopkins, ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28.] ... married (2) in Plymouth on 18 November 1669, to Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, ['Plymouth Colony Records' 8:32.]'
'The Great Migration...' says 'm. Plymouth shortly after 10 June 1646 (marriage contract)...' and gave sources, 'Plymouth Colony Records' 2:27; 'Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28, citing Plymouth Colony Land Records 2:1:35.' It gave the source of his second marriage as 'Plymouth Vital Records' 666.
LDS proxy temple ordinances are in the 1997 IGI from temple records. The LDS proxy sealing of his first marriage shown here is from the IGI and is the earlierst. However the date of marriage is just 1646 and the place is Shelter Island, Suffolk, N. Y. It is from the St. George sealing records. For his 2nd marriage again the proxy sealing shown is the earlierst one in the 1997 IGI. Both are from temple records.
From 'Mayflower Families...': 'The marriage date for Jacob Cooke and Damaris Hopkins is determined by a 'Deed of gift' dated 10 June 1646 in which Francis Cooke agreed to give the couple 100 acres of land at North River as well as one half of all future divisions of land acquired by his father's right as a sharehholder in the Plymouth Company upon their marriage. The deed also gave him one ox, one cow, one calf, and one colt; assistance in building a house at 'Rocky-nooke' and, after the death of both parents, 'the teame with all the furniture belonging thereunto. Hesther (Mahieu) Cooke signed this deed, making her mark; no other instance of her signaure has been found ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28; 'Dawes-Gates' 2:242.]. 11 Jul 1649, Thomas Prence sold to Jakob Cooke of Plymouth a parcel of upland of about 40 acres lying in 'Rocky noocke near Plymouth' for 21 pounds 10 shillings. ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175.] 9 Apr 1650, Francis Cooke acknowledged his deed of gift to Jacob and on the same day Jacob sold the hundred acres for L16 sterling to Moris Truant. 11 Jul 1649, Jacob bought of Thomas Prence, for L21-10-0, about forty acres in 'Rocky Noocke near Plymouth'. In May 1665 and in July 1672 he sold and exchanged land at Dartmouth which had come to him from his father ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175, 185].


General Notes: Child - Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger

Hester, b. prob. Leyden, Holland bef. 1620; d. prob. Plymouth aft 21 May 1669. She m. Plymouth 1644 Richard Wright.
Hester Cooke, b. ca 1620, prob. Leyden, Holland; d. prob. pre 7 Dec 1675; m. 21 Nov 1644, Plymouth, Richard Wright.
Hester, b. say 1620; m. Plymouth, 1644, Richard Wright.

Hester, b. either in Plymouth between May 1624 (i.e., nine months after her mother Hester arrived in Plymouth on the Anne) and 22 May 1627 (when Hester is specifically named in the Division of Cattle), or alternatively Hester may have been born in Leyden , Holland prior to April 1621 (since Hester's husband Francis Cooke set sail on the Mayflower in July 1620). Presuming at least a 15 month separation between the births of Hester and Mary, if Hester was born in Plymouth, then it is likely she was born in the latter part of 1624 or in the year 1625. See Francis Cooke's notes for discussion of why it seems more likely that Hester was born in Plymouth than in Leyden. If Hester was born in Plymouth, then her older sister Elizabeth must have been one of the three, unnamed, Cooke children who arrived in Plymouth with her mother on the Anne in 1623. 98 107 108 109


General Notes: Child - Mary Cooke

Mary Cooke, b. Plymouth bet. Mar 1624 & 22 May 1627; d. Middleboro 21 Mar 1714 in 88th yr. She m. Plymouth 26 Dec 1645 John Tomson.
Mary Cooke, b. ca 1627 (bet. Mar-May 1627), Plymouth; d. 21 Mar 1714, 88th year, Middleboro; m. 26 Dec 1645, Plymouth, John Tomson.
Mary, b. Plymouth, about 1625; m. Plymouth, 26 Dec 1645, John Thompson.
Mary, b. in Plymouth, MA between 22 Mar 1626 and 21 Mar 1627 (her age at death indicates Mary was born between 22 Mar 1626 and 21 Mar 1627 while her appearance on the 22 May 1627 land division proves that she was born prior to 22 May 1627). Mary definitely was born between May 1624 (i.e. nine months after her mother arrived in Plymouth on the Anne) and 22 May 1627 (since Mary is specifically named in the 22 May 1627 Division of Cattle), even if her age at death was inaccurate. If born about late 1626, her mother was then probably about 42. 98 110 111 112
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Hannah Cooke




Husband

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           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Hannah Cooke

           Born: 1659 - Portsmouth, Newport, R. I.
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1736 - Portsmouth, Newport, R. I.
         Buried: 
            AFN: 8J4L-NP

   Other Spouse: Daniel Wilcox - 1681 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island



Children

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Daniel Wilcox and Hannah Cooke




Husband Daniel Wilcox

           Born: 1656 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1692 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 


         Father: Daniel Wilcox
         Mother: Elizabeth Cooke


       Marriage: 1681 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island




Wife Hannah Cooke

           Born: 1659 - Portsmouth, Newport, R. I.
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1736 - Portsmouth, Newport, R. I.
         Buried: 
            AFN: 8J4L-NP



Children
1 M Daniel Wilcox

           Born: 1680 - Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah
           Marr: 1702 - Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts



2 F Mary Wilcox

           Born:  - Portsmith, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 6, 1747 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
         Buried: 
            AFN: 8J4L-PV
         Spouse: David Lake
           Marr: 1700 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island



3 F Hannah Wilcox

           Born: April 11, 1684 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Phillip Sherman
           Marr: 1705 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island



4 M Joseph Wilcox

           Born: October 28, 1687 - Portsmith, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah
           Marr: 1710 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island



5 F Eliphal Wilcox

           Born: 1689 - Portsmith, Newport County, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1721
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Israel Brayton
         Spouse: Sanford
           Marr: 1710 - Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island




Death Notes: Child - Hannah Wilcox

Y


Death Notes: Child - Joseph Wilcox

Y
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Henry Cooke




Husband Henry Cooke

           Born: June 2, 1615 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
       Baptized:  - Burford, , Shropshire, England
           Died: December 25, 1661 - Salem, Essex, MA
         Buried: December 25, 1661 - Salem, Essex, MA
            AFN: 55KH-41


         Father: Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68
         Mother: Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger


       Marriage: June 29, 1639 - Plymouth, Salem, Essex, Mass.




Wife

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Children

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Henry Cooke and Anne Goodere




Husband Henry Cooke

           Born:  - Sussex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
         Buried: 


         Father: John Cook 1 2 3
         Mother: Alice Carter 1 2 3


       Marriage: 1567 - DE Northclay, Kent, England




Wife Anne Goodere

           Born: 1544 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Goodere
         Mother: Jane Greene





Children
1 M Edmund Cooke

           Born: 1568 - DE Northclay, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1619 - North Kent, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Nicholls
           Marr: 1614 - England




General Notes: Husband - Henry Cooke

Alias:<ALIA> Henry /Cook/


General Notes: Wife - Anne Goodere

/Cook/

info-H.Smith 1997


General Notes: Child - Edmund Cooke

info-H.Smith 1997
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Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger

           Born: 1622 - Plymouth, MA Or Leyden, Holland 83
       Baptized:  - Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
           Died: May 21, 1669 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
            AFN: FHWJ-0G


         Father: Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68
         Mother: Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger



   Other Spouse: Richard Wright



Children

General Notes: Wife - Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger

Hester, b. prob. Leyden, Holland bef. 1620; d. prob. Plymouth aft 21 May 1669. She m. Plymouth 1644 Richard Wright.
Hester Cooke, b. ca 1620, prob. Leyden, Holland; d. prob. pre 7 Dec 1675; m. 21 Nov 1644, Plymouth, Richard Wright.
Hester, b. say 1620; m. Plymouth, 1644, Richard Wright.

Hester, b. either in Plymouth between May 1624 (i.e., nine months after her mother Hester arrived in Plymouth on the Anne) and 22 May 1627 (when Hester is specifically named in the Division of Cattle), or alternatively Hester may have been born in Leyden , Holland prior to April 1621 (since Hester's husband Francis Cooke set sail on the Mayflower in July 1620). Presuming at least a 15 month separation between the births of Hester and Mary, if Hester was born in Plymouth, then it is likely she was born in the latter part of 1624 or in the year 1625. See Francis Cooke's notes for discussion of why it seems more likely that Hester was born in Plymouth than in Leyden. If Hester was born in Plymouth, then her older sister Elizabeth must have been one of the three, unnamed, Cooke children who arrived in Plymouth with her mother on the Anne in 1623. 98 107 108 109
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Richard Wright and Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger




Husband Richard Wright

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger

           Born: 1622 - Plymouth, MA Or Leyden, Holland 83
       Baptized:  - Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
           Died: May 21, 1669 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
            AFN: FHWJ-0G


         Father: Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68
         Mother: Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger





Children
1 F Esther Wright

           Born: 1649 - Plymouth, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 28, 1717 - Middleboro, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ephraim Tinkham




General Notes: Wife - Hester Cooke Anne James Passenger

Hester, b. prob. Leyden, Holland bef. 1620; d. prob. Plymouth aft 21 May 1669. She m. Plymouth 1644 Richard Wright.
Hester Cooke, b. ca 1620, prob. Leyden, Holland; d. prob. pre 7 Dec 1675; m. 21 Nov 1644, Plymouth, Richard Wright.
Hester, b. say 1620; m. Plymouth, 1644, Richard Wright.

Hester, b. either in Plymouth between May 1624 (i.e., nine months after her mother Hester arrived in Plymouth on the Anne) and 22 May 1627 (when Hester is specifically named in the Division of Cattle), or alternatively Hester may have been born in Leyden , Holland prior to April 1621 (since Hester's husband Francis Cooke set sail on the Mayflower in July 1620). Presuming at least a 15 month separation between the births of Hester and Mary, if Hester was born in Plymouth, then it is likely she was born in the latter part of 1624 or in the year 1625. See Francis Cooke's notes for discussion of why it seems more likely that Hester was born in Plymouth than in Leyden. If Hester was born in Plymouth, then her older sister Elizabeth must have been one of the three, unnamed, Cooke children who arrived in Plymouth with her mother on the Anne in 1623. 98 107 108 109
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Jacob Cooke and Damaris Hopkins




Husband Jacob Cooke 62

           Born: 1618 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 81
       Baptized:  - Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands
           Died: July 7, 1676 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 81 82
         Buried:  - Tyler Point Cemetery, Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island
            AFN: FQRX-JX


         Father: Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68
         Mother: Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger


       Marriage: June 10, 1646 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 13 81

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Lettice

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Birth




Wife Damaris Hopkins 13

           Born: 1627 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 13
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 13
         Buried: 
            AFN: 4FJ8-82


         Father: Stephen Hopkins 1 2 3 13 16 17 18 19 38 50 51 66 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
         Mother: Elizabeth Fisher 16 17 18 19




         Father: 
         Mother: Elizabeth Fisher 16 17 18 19





Children
1 F Elizabeth Cooke 61

           Born:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 61
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 21, 1692 - Plymouth, MA 61
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Doty
           Marr: 1667 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA



2 M Caleb Cooke

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Jacob Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Mary Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 F Martha Cooke

           Born:  - Plymouth, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 17, 1722 - Plympton, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elkanah Cushman
           Marr: Plymouth, Mass.



6 M Francis Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Latham
           Marr: August 2, 1687 - Plymouth, MA



7 F Ruth Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Jacob Cooke

Jacob, b. in Holland ca. 1618; d. at Plymouth, MA between 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inventory); m. (1) prob. at Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646, Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669, Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Damarise Jacob Cooke, b. Holland ca. 1 618; d. Plymouth bet. 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inv.) He m. (1) prob . Plymouth shortly aft 10 Jun 1646 Damaris Hopkins, dau. of Pilgrim Stephen and Elizabeth (--------) Hopkins of the Mayflower. He m . (2) Plymouth 18 Nov 1669 Elizabeth (Lettice Shurtleff, dau. of Thomas and Ann (------) Lettice. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Deamaris Hopkins was recorded whereby Francis Cooke would give them one hundred acres of land when they were married. On 14 July 1674 Jacob Cooke deposed he was "aged fifty six years or there about." The will of Jacob Cooke senior of Plymouth dated 11 Dec 1675 exhibited 8 March 1676 names wife Elizabeth Cooke; 3 youngest daughters; eldest son Caleb Cooke; son Jacob Cooke; brother John Tomson; brother Wright's land; son Franciss; six daughters viz. - Mary (worn) kah, cozen Daniell Wilcockes. On 8 March 1676/7 the lands of Jacob Cooke senior of New Plymouth were divided between his sons Caleb Cooke, Jacob Cooke and Francisc Cooke, inv. dated 18 Dec 1675.
Jacob Cooke, b. ca. 1618, Holland; d. bet. 11 Dec & 18 Dec 1675 , Plymouth; m. 1st aft 10 Jun 1646, Plymouth, Damaris Hopkins; m . 2nd Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, daug of Thomas & Ann.
Jacob, b. about 1618 (deposed 14 Jul 1674 "aged fifty-six year s or thereabout"); m. (1) Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646 (ma rriage contract), Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669 , Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff.
Jacob Coke, Senr, was marryed to Elizabeth Shirtliffe, widdow, the 18th of Nouember, 1669, Plymouth.
Jacob Cooke, Sr.
December 18, 1675
Plymouth Colony Wills 3(2):2-4 #P248
The Inventory of Jacob Cooke Senior
An Inventory of the Estate of Iacob Cooke senr of the Towne of New Plymouth deceased taken and apprised the 18th day of December 1675, by mr Thomas Cushman Leiftenant Ios[...MS torn...] and s erjeant Ephraim Tinkham; and exhibited to the Court of his Matie [...MS torn ...] (aforesaid the 8 of March Anno: domine 1575 , (76) on the oath of [...MS torn...]
Impr: 1 yoake of oxen
Item 4 cowes
Item 2 steers of 3 yeers and advantage
Item 1 heiffer of 2 yeers and vantage
Item the halfe of a Cow 20s and the hal[...MS torn...]
Item halfe of a heiffer 12s & halfe of [...MS torn...]
Item 1 yeerlyng heiffer
Item 3 Calues
Item a mare and Colt or else [...MS torn...] vallued att
Item 1 mare 15s and a yonge horse [...MS torn...]
Item 59 sheep and lambes att, six pou[...MS torn...]
Item 7 sowes att 6s apeece and 4 pigs [...MS torn...]
Takeing without dores
Item 1 winch for a grindstone
Item 1 cart and wheeles with theire Iron worke with [...MS torn. ..]
Item 1 Copp yeoke and one slinge yoake with theire [...MS torn.. .]
Item 1 plow share with a coulter and bee
Item 1 Cart Rope and halter
Item 1 draft Cheine 5s 1 logg Cheine in 2 peeces [...MS torn...]
Item a paire of hinges
Item 1 auger and hand saw
Item 1 dunge forke & 2 pitch [...MS torn...]
Item 2 hoe, 1 spade 1 axe
Item 1 hooke and 9 [eye?]; and [...MS torn...]
Item 1 hoop and a paire of pince [...MS torn...]
Item 1 old Cow bell and old Iron [...MS torn...]=20
Item 1 Gouge 6d and one [...MS torn...]
[written in left hand margin]
Item 1 stocke of bees 8s - 1 agur 9d =3D 8s=3D9d
05 12 03
Item 1 tramell 4s 1 tramell 3s 1 [hamer?] 1s 00 08 00
Item 1 Iron kettle 9s 1 Iron pott and pothookes 10s 00 19 00
Item 1 Iron pott 8s with the pothookes to it 00 08 00
Item 1 Great brasse kettle 12s 1 ditto lesser kettle 7s 00 19 00
Item 2 brasse kettles and 1 old peece of brasse 00 02 00
Item 1 fier slice 00 01 06
Item 1 pewter platte 6s one pewter platter 5s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 ditto 4s 1 ditto 3s 1 ditto 3s 00 10 00
Item 1 Cracked pewter dish 2s 1 qvart pott 3s 00 05 00
Item 1 pint pott 2s 1 pint pott 1 beaker 1 dram Cupp 00 03 00
Item halfe a dozen of spoones 3s halfe a dozen of spoones 2s 6 d 00 05 05
Item 1 frying pan and one peece of a gridiron 1 old peece of a p ewter bason 00 03 00
Item 1 bread Grater 1 shill 2 milk pan 8d 00 01 08
Item 1 longe fowling peece 01 10 00
Item 1 short Muskett 00 16 00
Item 1 Carbine 10s 1 Rapier 12s 01 02 00
Item 1 bake shouel 8s 1 spitt 3s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 smoothing box and heators 00 03 00
Item 1 loome 15s and the one halfe of 5 paire of Geers 15s 01 1 0 00
Item 2 pound of bulletts 2 hornes with powder 00 04 00
Item 1 Great Iron wedge 1s 6d 4 pailes 4s 00 05 06
Item 24 pound of woolen yearne 01 16 00
Item 12 pound of woolon yerne and 1 pound of Cotten yearne 01 0 4 00
Item 4 pound of [Fear?] yearne 00 10 00
Item 3 Chaires 4s one Cradle 1s 6d 00 05 06
Item 1 houer Glasse 9d 1 paire of sheep sheers 15d 00 02 00
Item 1 bible 4s 1 Psalme book 1s 6d 4 old books 2s 00 07 06
Item 1 Carbe bridle 3s 1 saddl 10s 1 pannell 8s 01 01 00
Item 1 sickle 1s 1 hamer 1s 00 02 00
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16 01 02
In the bed Chamber
Impr: 1 bed and a bolster 03 00 00
Item 1 Green Rugg and one White blankett 01 00 00
Item 4 paire of sheets att 16s apaire 03 04 00
Item 3 old Chests & a box 00 06 06
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07 10 06
In the vper Chamber or loft
Item 1 bed and bolster 02 15 00
Item 1 blankett 8s 1 Green Rugg 5s 00 13 00
[...MS torn...] Rugge 5s 1 blankett 6s 00 11 00
[...MS torn...] 02 15 00
[...MS torn...] bolster 1 pillow 5s 02 16 00
[...MS torn...] abouts of sheeps wool 13s 6d 00 17 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 06
[...MS torn...] 5s 00 08 00
[...MS torn...] 3s 00 06 06
[...MS torn...]lowes 6s 00 07 06
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11 13 00
[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] seive 3s 6d 00 07 06
[...MS torn...]rrell 2s 6d 1 tubb 6d 00 04 06
[...MS torn...]mas lettices 0 0 07 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 00
[...MS torn...]ook att 9d per pound is 00 07 06
[...MS torn...] 00 02 00
[...MS torn...] 00 04 00
[...MS torn...] 10s 4 yard Cotton 9s 4d 00 12 04
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02 15 04
[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] 01 00 00
[...MS torn...] 00 12 00
[...MS torn...] one paire of
dro[indecipherable] 15s 01 05 00
[...MS torn...] 00 04 06
[...MS torn...] 00 08 00
[...MS torn...] 00 11 06
[...MS torn...] 00 04 00
[...MS torn...] 02 13 06
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06 18 06
Item 1 pewter Chamber pott 00 03 00
Item 1 brake 3s 1 paire of Cards 1s 00 04 00
Item 1 Iron Sqvare 00 01 06
Item sererall particulars expended 00 08 00
Item the one third of 2 [weathers?] 01 00 06
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debts owing to the estate
Item from Caleb Cooke 01 05 00
From Francis [dout?] 00 08 00
From Samuell dunham son of Iohn dunham 00 03 00
From Iohn dotey 00 07 00
From Nathaniell Wood allies Attwood 00 03 00
From Iohn Bradford 00 03 00
From Iacob Cook 00 06 00
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The sum of the estate is 104 16 03
debts owing by the testator
Item To Willam Harlow 01 00 00
Do Thomas Lettice 00 04 00
Do Samuel [Iemidy?] 00 04 00
Do Ioseph Wadsworth 00 06 00
Do Captaine Matthew Fuller 01 00 00
Do dotter Daniell Fuller [indecipherable--probably 00 06 06]
Do the estate of Ester Cook deceased 02 12 04
Do Edward Gray 02 05 00
Do the estate of Willam Shurtliff deceased 00 10 08
Do George Watson 01 00 00
Do Iohn Thompson 01 03 01
Do Gorge [Bomun?] 00 05 00
Do Ioseph howland 00 03 06
Do Robertt Finney 00 03 06
Do Funeral Charges 02 06 06
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debts owing 13 10 01
The Estates debts deducted 091 00 02
Wee are Informed that the Testator died posessed of these lands as followeth.
Impr: 1 dwelling house with the out houses belonging therevnto standing and [...MS torn...] vpon his two lotts off land that lye th on the soath syde of the smelt brook [...MS torn...] the Towne of Plymouth with the additions thervnto belonging.
Alsoe 4 fift partes of a parsell of lands and meddow, that were Injoyed by his deere father Francis Cook, lying and being in Rockey nooke; in the said towne of P[...MS torn...] Sixty acres of Land lying at Woonponsett pond.
Forty fiue acrees of vpland lying att Winnelucksett Neare Richard Wright [...MS torn...]
Fifty acres of vpland lying att or neare the [...MS torn...]
Three acres of salt Marsh Meddow lying att Pyney point [...MS to rn...]
Thirty acrees of Meddow more or lesse in three lotts ly[...MS to rn...]
Twelve Acrees of meddow lying att Wimatuxett; by the [...MS torn ...]
Six acrees of Meddow with a smale parsell of vpland [...MS torn. ..] meddow lying at Wimatuksett.
Thirty Acrees of vpland lying on the North [...MS torn...] neare a place Called the woolfe trapp.
This Inventory was Attested [...MS torn...] Elizabeth Cook this 2 cond [appoars to have been altered to an 8...MS torn...] i n open Court as Attests [...MS torn...]
Jacob, b. in Leyden, Holland ca 1618 (based on 1674 deposition). 98 99 103 104 105 106


Research Notes: Husband - Jacob Cooke

!See notes for his father. 'Mayflower Families...' says 'born in Leyden, Holland about 1618 [deposed 14 July 1674 'aged 56 or thereabout', ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:45-46, 3:95-107, 27:145-55.] died in Plymouth between 11 and 18 December 1675. ['Mayflower Descendant' 3:236-42.] ... married (1), probably in Plymouth and shortly after 10 June 1646 [date of marriage gift], Damaris Hopkins, ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28.] ... married (2) in Plymouth on 18 November 1669, to Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, ['Plymouth Colony Records' 8:32.]'
'The Great Migration...' says 'm. Plymouth shortly after 10 June 1646 (marriage contract)...' and gave sources, 'Plymouth Colony Records' 2:27; 'Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28, citing Plymouth Colony Land Records 2:1:35.' It gave the source of his second marriage as 'Plymouth Vital Records' 666.
LDS proxy temple ordinances are in the 1997 IGI from temple records. The LDS proxy sealing of his first marriage shown here is from the IGI and is the earlierst. However the date of marriage is just 1646 and the place is Shelter Island, Suffolk, N. Y. It is from the St. George sealing records. For his 2nd marriage again the proxy sealing shown is the earlierst one in the 1997 IGI. Both are from temple records.
From 'Mayflower Families...': 'The marriage date for Jacob Cooke and Damaris Hopkins is determined by a 'Deed of gift' dated 10 June 1646 in which Francis Cooke agreed to give the couple 100 acres of land at North River as well as one half of all future divisions of land acquired by his father's right as a sharehholder in the Plymouth Company upon their marriage. The deed also gave him one ox, one cow, one calf, and one colt; assistance in building a house at 'Rocky-nooke' and, after the death of both parents, 'the teame with all the furniture belonging thereunto. Hesther (Mahieu) Cooke signed this deed, making her mark; no other instance of her signaure has been found ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28; 'Dawes-Gates' 2:242.]. 11 Jul 1649, Thomas Prence sold to Jakob Cooke of Plymouth a parcel of upland of about 40 acres lying in 'Rocky noocke near Plymouth' for 21 pounds 10 shillings. ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175.] 9 Apr 1650, Francis Cooke acknowledged his deed of gift to Jacob and on the same day Jacob sold the hundred acres for L16 sterling to Moris Truant. 11 Jul 1649, Jacob bought of Thomas Prence, for L21-10-0, about forty acres in 'Rocky Noocke near Plymouth'. In May 1665 and in July 1672 he sold and exchanged land at Dartmouth which had come to him from his father ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175, 185].


General Notes: Wife - Damaris Hopkins



Came to America aboard Mayflower, probably died after 1644.

picture

Jacob Cooke




Husband Jacob Cooke 62

           Born: 1618 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 81
       Baptized:  - Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands
           Died: July 7, 1676 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 81 82
         Buried:  - Tyler Point Cemetery, Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island
            AFN: FQRX-JX


         Father: Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68
         Mother: Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger


       Marriage: November 18, 1669 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 81 82

   Other Spouse: Damaris Hopkins 13 - June 10, 1646 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 13 81

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Lettice

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Birth




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Elizabeth Cooke 61

           Born:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 61
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 21, 1692 - Plymouth, MA 61
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Doty
           Marr: 1667 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA




General Notes: Husband - Jacob Cooke

Jacob, b. in Holland ca. 1618; d. at Plymouth, MA between 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inventory); m. (1) prob. at Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646, Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669, Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Damarise Jacob Cooke, b. Holland ca. 1 618; d. Plymouth bet. 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inv.) He m. (1) prob . Plymouth shortly aft 10 Jun 1646 Damaris Hopkins, dau. of Pilgrim Stephen and Elizabeth (--------) Hopkins of the Mayflower. He m . (2) Plymouth 18 Nov 1669 Elizabeth (Lettice Shurtleff, dau. of Thomas and Ann (------) Lettice. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Deamaris Hopkins was recorded whereby Francis Cooke would give them one hundred acres of land when they were married. On 14 July 1674 Jacob Cooke deposed he was "aged fifty six years or there about." The will of Jacob Cooke senior of Plymouth dated 11 Dec 1675 exhibited 8 March 1676 names wife Elizabeth Cooke; 3 youngest daughters; eldest son Caleb Cooke; son Jacob Cooke; brother John Tomson; brother Wright's land; son Franciss; six daughters viz. - Mary (worn) kah, cozen Daniell Wilcockes. On 8 March 1676/7 the lands of Jacob Cooke senior of New Plymouth were divided between his sons Caleb Cooke, Jacob Cooke and Francisc Cooke, inv. dated 18 Dec 1675.
Jacob Cooke, b. ca. 1618, Holland; d. bet. 11 Dec & 18 Dec 1675 , Plymouth; m. 1st aft 10 Jun 1646, Plymouth, Damaris Hopkins; m . 2nd Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, daug of Thomas & Ann.
Jacob, b. about 1618 (deposed 14 Jul 1674 "aged fifty-six year s or thereabout"); m. (1) Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646 (ma rriage contract), Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669 , Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff.
Jacob Coke, Senr, was marryed to Elizabeth Shirtliffe, widdow, the 18th of Nouember, 1669, Plymouth.
Jacob Cooke, Sr.
December 18, 1675
Plymouth Colony Wills 3(2):2-4 #P248
The Inventory of Jacob Cooke Senior
An Inventory of the Estate of Iacob Cooke senr of the Towne of New Plymouth deceased taken and apprised the 18th day of December 1675, by mr Thomas Cushman Leiftenant Ios[...MS torn...] and s erjeant Ephraim Tinkham; and exhibited to the Court of his Matie [...MS torn ...] (aforesaid the 8 of March Anno: domine 1575 , (76) on the oath of [...MS torn...]
Impr: 1 yoake of oxen
Item 4 cowes
Item 2 steers of 3 yeers and advantage
Item 1 heiffer of 2 yeers and vantage
Item the halfe of a Cow 20s and the hal[...MS torn...]
Item halfe of a heiffer 12s & halfe of [...MS torn...]
Item 1 yeerlyng heiffer
Item 3 Calues
Item a mare and Colt or else [...MS torn...] vallued att
Item 1 mare 15s and a yonge horse [...MS torn...]
Item 59 sheep and lambes att, six pou[...MS torn...]
Item 7 sowes att 6s apeece and 4 pigs [...MS torn...]
Takeing without dores
Item 1 winch for a grindstone
Item 1 cart and wheeles with theire Iron worke with [...MS torn. ..]
Item 1 Copp yeoke and one slinge yoake with theire [...MS torn.. .]
Item 1 plow share with a coulter and bee
Item 1 Cart Rope and halter
Item 1 draft Cheine 5s 1 logg Cheine in 2 peeces [...MS torn...]
Item a paire of hinges
Item 1 auger and hand saw
Item 1 dunge forke & 2 pitch [...MS torn...]
Item 2 hoe, 1 spade 1 axe
Item 1 hooke and 9 [eye?]; and [...MS torn...]
Item 1 hoop and a paire of pince [...MS torn...]
Item 1 old Cow bell and old Iron [...MS torn...]=20
Item 1 Gouge 6d and one [...MS torn...]
[written in left hand margin]
Item 1 stocke of bees 8s - 1 agur 9d =3D 8s=3D9d
05 12 03
Item 1 tramell 4s 1 tramell 3s 1 [hamer?] 1s 00 08 00
Item 1 Iron kettle 9s 1 Iron pott and pothookes 10s 00 19 00
Item 1 Iron pott 8s with the pothookes to it 00 08 00
Item 1 Great brasse kettle 12s 1 ditto lesser kettle 7s 00 19 00
Item 2 brasse kettles and 1 old peece of brasse 00 02 00
Item 1 fier slice 00 01 06
Item 1 pewter platte 6s one pewter platter 5s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 ditto 4s 1 ditto 3s 1 ditto 3s 00 10 00
Item 1 Cracked pewter dish 2s 1 qvart pott 3s 00 05 00
Item 1 pint pott 2s 1 pint pott 1 beaker 1 dram Cupp 00 03 00
Item halfe a dozen of spoones 3s halfe a dozen of spoones 2s 6 d 00 05 05
Item 1 frying pan and one peece of a gridiron 1 old peece of a p ewter bason 00 03 00
Item 1 bread Grater 1 shill 2 milk pan 8d 00 01 08
Item 1 longe fowling peece 01 10 00
Item 1 short Muskett 00 16 00
Item 1 Carbine 10s 1 Rapier 12s 01 02 00
Item 1 bake shouel 8s 1 spitt 3s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 smoothing box and heators 00 03 00
Item 1 loome 15s and the one halfe of 5 paire of Geers 15s 01 1 0 00
Item 2 pound of bulletts 2 hornes with powder 00 04 00
Item 1 Great Iron wedge 1s 6d 4 pailes 4s 00 05 06
Item 24 pound of woolen yearne 01 16 00
Item 12 pound of woolon yerne and 1 pound of Cotten yearne 01 0 4 00
Item 4 pound of [Fear?] yearne 00 10 00
Item 3 Chaires 4s one Cradle 1s 6d 00 05 06
Item 1 houer Glasse 9d 1 paire of sheep sheers 15d 00 02 00
Item 1 bible 4s 1 Psalme book 1s 6d 4 old books 2s 00 07 06
Item 1 Carbe bridle 3s 1 saddl 10s 1 pannell 8s 01 01 00
Item 1 sickle 1s 1 hamer 1s 00 02 00
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16 01 02
In the bed Chamber
Impr: 1 bed and a bolster 03 00 00
Item 1 Green Rugg and one White blankett 01 00 00
Item 4 paire of sheets att 16s apaire 03 04 00
Item 3 old Chests & a box 00 06 06
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07 10 06
In the vper Chamber or loft
Item 1 bed and bolster 02 15 00
Item 1 blankett 8s 1 Green Rugg 5s 00 13 00
[...MS torn...] Rugge 5s 1 blankett 6s 00 11 00
[...MS torn...] 02 15 00
[...MS torn...] bolster 1 pillow 5s 02 16 00
[...MS torn...] abouts of sheeps wool 13s 6d 00 17 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 06
[...MS torn...] 5s 00 08 00
[...MS torn...] 3s 00 06 06
[...MS torn...]lowes 6s 00 07 06
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11 13 00
[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] seive 3s 6d 00 07 06
[...MS torn...]rrell 2s 6d 1 tubb 6d 00 04 06
[...MS torn...]mas lettices 0 0 07 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 00
[...MS torn...]ook att 9d per pound is 00 07 06
[...MS torn...] 00 02 00
[...MS torn...] 00 04 00
[...MS torn...] 10s 4 yard Cotton 9s 4d 00 12 04
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02 15 04
[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] 01 00 00
[...MS torn...] 00 12 00
[...MS torn...] one paire of
dro[indecipherable] 15s 01 05 00
[...MS torn...] 00 04 06
[...MS torn...] 00 08 00
[...MS torn...] 00 11 06
[...MS torn...] 00 04 00
[...MS torn...] 02 13 06
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06 18 06
Item 1 pewter Chamber pott 00 03 00
Item 1 brake 3s 1 paire of Cards 1s 00 04 00
Item 1 Iron Sqvare 00 01 06
Item sererall particulars expended 00 08 00
Item the one third of 2 [weathers?] 01 00 06
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debts owing to the estate
Item from Caleb Cooke 01 05 00
From Francis [dout?] 00 08 00
From Samuell dunham son of Iohn dunham 00 03 00
From Iohn dotey 00 07 00
From Nathaniell Wood allies Attwood 00 03 00
From Iohn Bradford 00 03 00
From Iacob Cook 00 06 00
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The sum of the estate is 104 16 03
debts owing by the testator
Item To Willam Harlow 01 00 00
Do Thomas Lettice 00 04 00
Do Samuel [Iemidy?] 00 04 00
Do Ioseph Wadsworth 00 06 00
Do Captaine Matthew Fuller 01 00 00
Do dotter Daniell Fuller [indecipherable--probably 00 06 06]
Do the estate of Ester Cook deceased 02 12 04
Do Edward Gray 02 05 00
Do the estate of Willam Shurtliff deceased 00 10 08
Do George Watson 01 00 00
Do Iohn Thompson 01 03 01
Do Gorge [Bomun?] 00 05 00
Do Ioseph howland 00 03 06
Do Robertt Finney 00 03 06
Do Funeral Charges 02 06 06
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debts owing 13 10 01
The Estates debts deducted 091 00 02
Wee are Informed that the Testator died posessed of these lands as followeth.
Impr: 1 dwelling house with the out houses belonging therevnto standing and [...MS torn...] vpon his two lotts off land that lye th on the soath syde of the smelt brook [...MS torn...] the Towne of Plymouth with the additions thervnto belonging.
Alsoe 4 fift partes of a parsell of lands and meddow, that were Injoyed by his deere father Francis Cook, lying and being in Rockey nooke; in the said towne of P[...MS torn...] Sixty acres of Land lying at Woonponsett pond.
Forty fiue acrees of vpland lying att Winnelucksett Neare Richard Wright [...MS torn...]
Fifty acres of vpland lying att or neare the [...MS torn...]
Three acres of salt Marsh Meddow lying att Pyney point [...MS to rn...]
Thirty acrees of Meddow more or lesse in three lotts ly[...MS to rn...]
Twelve Acrees of meddow lying att Wimatuxett; by the [...MS torn ...]
Six acrees of Meddow with a smale parsell of vpland [...MS torn. ..] meddow lying at Wimatuksett.
Thirty Acrees of vpland lying on the North [...MS torn...] neare a place Called the woolfe trapp.
This Inventory was Attested [...MS torn...] Elizabeth Cook this 2 cond [appoars to have been altered to an 8...MS torn...] i n open Court as Attests [...MS torn...]
Jacob, b. in Leyden, Holland ca 1618 (based on 1674 deposition). 98 99 103 104 105 106


Research Notes: Husband - Jacob Cooke

!See notes for his father. 'Mayflower Families...' says 'born in Leyden, Holland about 1618 [deposed 14 July 1674 'aged 56 or thereabout', ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:45-46, 3:95-107, 27:145-55.] died in Plymouth between 11 and 18 December 1675. ['Mayflower Descendant' 3:236-42.] ... married (1), probably in Plymouth and shortly after 10 June 1646 [date of marriage gift], Damaris Hopkins, ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28.] ... married (2) in Plymouth on 18 November 1669, to Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, ['Plymouth Colony Records' 8:32.]'
'The Great Migration...' says 'm. Plymouth shortly after 10 June 1646 (marriage contract)...' and gave sources, 'Plymouth Colony Records' 2:27; 'Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28, citing Plymouth Colony Land Records 2:1:35.' It gave the source of his second marriage as 'Plymouth Vital Records' 666.
LDS proxy temple ordinances are in the 1997 IGI from temple records. The LDS proxy sealing of his first marriage shown here is from the IGI and is the earlierst. However the date of marriage is just 1646 and the place is Shelter Island, Suffolk, N. Y. It is from the St. George sealing records. For his 2nd marriage again the proxy sealing shown is the earlierst one in the 1997 IGI. Both are from temple records.
From 'Mayflower Families...': 'The marriage date for Jacob Cooke and Damaris Hopkins is determined by a 'Deed of gift' dated 10 June 1646 in which Francis Cooke agreed to give the couple 100 acres of land at North River as well as one half of all future divisions of land acquired by his father's right as a sharehholder in the Plymouth Company upon their marriage. The deed also gave him one ox, one cow, one calf, and one colt; assistance in building a house at 'Rocky-nooke' and, after the death of both parents, 'the teame with all the furniture belonging thereunto. Hesther (Mahieu) Cooke signed this deed, making her mark; no other instance of her signaure has been found ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28; 'Dawes-Gates' 2:242.]. 11 Jul 1649, Thomas Prence sold to Jakob Cooke of Plymouth a parcel of upland of about 40 acres lying in 'Rocky noocke near Plymouth' for 21 pounds 10 shillings. ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175.] 9 Apr 1650, Francis Cooke acknowledged his deed of gift to Jacob and on the same day Jacob sold the hundred acres for L16 sterling to Moris Truant. 11 Jul 1649, Jacob bought of Thomas Prence, for L21-10-0, about forty acres in 'Rocky Noocke near Plymouth'. In May 1665 and in July 1672 he sold and exchanged land at Dartmouth which had come to him from his father ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175, 185].


Notes: Marriage

Children of this marriage were sealed to Elizabeth and her first husband, William Shurtleff
picture

Jacob Cooke and Elizabeth Lettice




Husband Jacob Cooke 62

           Born: 1618 - Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 81
       Baptized:  - Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands
           Died: July 7, 1676 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 81 82
         Buried:  - Tyler Point Cemetery, Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island
            AFN: FQRX-JX


         Father: Pilgrim Francis Cooke 64 65 66 67 68
         Mother: Hester Le Mahieu Annejames Passenger


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Damaris Hopkins 13 - June 10, 1646 - Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 13 81

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Birth




Wife Elizabeth Lettice

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 31, 1693 - Swansea, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Lettice
         Mother: 





Children
1 F Sarah Cooke

           Born: 1671
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Rebecca Cooke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Benjamin Samson




General Notes: Husband - Jacob Cooke

Jacob, b. in Holland ca. 1618; d. at Plymouth, MA between 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inventory); m. (1) prob. at Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646, Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669, Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Damarise Jacob Cooke, b. Holland ca. 1 618; d. Plymouth bet. 11 and 18 Dec 1675 (inv.) He m. (1) prob . Plymouth shortly aft 10 Jun 1646 Damaris Hopkins, dau. of Pilgrim Stephen and Elizabeth (--------) Hopkins of the Mayflower. He m . (2) Plymouth 18 Nov 1669 Elizabeth (Lettice Shurtleff, dau. of Thomas and Ann (------) Lettice. On 10 Jun 1646 a marriage contract between Jacob Cooke and Deamaris Hopkins was recorded whereby Francis Cooke would give them one hundred acres of land when they were married. On 14 July 1674 Jacob Cooke deposed he was "aged fifty six years or there about." The will of Jacob Cooke senior of Plymouth dated 11 Dec 1675 exhibited 8 March 1676 names wife Elizabeth Cooke; 3 youngest daughters; eldest son Caleb Cooke; son Jacob Cooke; brother John Tomson; brother Wright's land; son Franciss; six daughters viz. - Mary (worn) kah, cozen Daniell Wilcockes. On 8 March 1676/7 the lands of Jacob Cooke senior of New Plymouth were divided between his sons Caleb Cooke, Jacob Cooke and Francisc Cooke, inv. dated 18 Dec 1675.
Jacob Cooke, b. ca. 1618, Holland; d. bet. 11 Dec & 18 Dec 1675 , Plymouth; m. 1st aft 10 Jun 1646, Plymouth, Damaris Hopkins; m . 2nd Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, daug of Thomas & Ann.
Jacob, b. about 1618 (deposed 14 Jul 1674 "aged fifty-six year s or thereabout"); m. (1) Plymouth shortly after 10 Jun 1646 (ma rriage contract), Damaris Hopkins; m. (2) Plymouth, 18 Nov 1669 , Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff.
Jacob Coke, Senr, was marryed to Elizabeth Shirtliffe, widdow, the 18th of Nouember, 1669, Plymouth.
Jacob Cooke, Sr.
December 18, 1675
Plymouth Colony Wills 3(2):2-4 #P248
The Inventory of Jacob Cooke Senior
An Inventory of the Estate of Iacob Cooke senr of the Towne of New Plymouth deceased taken and apprised the 18th day of December 1675, by mr Thomas Cushman Leiftenant Ios[...MS torn...] and s erjeant Ephraim Tinkham; and exhibited to the Court of his Matie [...MS torn ...] (aforesaid the 8 of March Anno: domine 1575 , (76) on the oath of [...MS torn...]
Impr: 1 yoake of oxen
Item 4 cowes
Item 2 steers of 3 yeers and advantage
Item 1 heiffer of 2 yeers and vantage
Item the halfe of a Cow 20s and the hal[...MS torn...]
Item halfe of a heiffer 12s & halfe of [...MS torn...]
Item 1 yeerlyng heiffer
Item 3 Calues
Item a mare and Colt or else [...MS torn...] vallued att
Item 1 mare 15s and a yonge horse [...MS torn...]
Item 59 sheep and lambes att, six pou[...MS torn...]
Item 7 sowes att 6s apeece and 4 pigs [...MS torn...]
Takeing without dores
Item 1 winch for a grindstone
Item 1 cart and wheeles with theire Iron worke with [...MS torn. ..]
Item 1 Copp yeoke and one slinge yoake with theire [...MS torn.. .]
Item 1 plow share with a coulter and bee
Item 1 Cart Rope and halter
Item 1 draft Cheine 5s 1 logg Cheine in 2 peeces [...MS torn...]
Item a paire of hinges
Item 1 auger and hand saw
Item 1 dunge forke & 2 pitch [...MS torn...]
Item 2 hoe, 1 spade 1 axe
Item 1 hooke and 9 [eye?]; and [...MS torn...]
Item 1 hoop and a paire of pince [...MS torn...]
Item 1 old Cow bell and old Iron [...MS torn...]=20
Item 1 Gouge 6d and one [...MS torn...]
[written in left hand margin]
Item 1 stocke of bees 8s - 1 agur 9d =3D 8s=3D9d
05 12 03
Item 1 tramell 4s 1 tramell 3s 1 [hamer?] 1s 00 08 00
Item 1 Iron kettle 9s 1 Iron pott and pothookes 10s 00 19 00
Item 1 Iron pott 8s with the pothookes to it 00 08 00
Item 1 Great brasse kettle 12s 1 ditto lesser kettle 7s 00 19 00
Item 2 brasse kettles and 1 old peece of brasse 00 02 00
Item 1 fier slice 00 01 06
Item 1 pewter platte 6s one pewter platter 5s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 ditto 4s 1 ditto 3s 1 ditto 3s 00 10 00
Item 1 Cracked pewter dish 2s 1 qvart pott 3s 00 05 00
Item 1 pint pott 2s 1 pint pott 1 beaker 1 dram Cupp 00 03 00
Item halfe a dozen of spoones 3s halfe a dozen of spoones 2s 6 d 00 05 05
Item 1 frying pan and one peece of a gridiron 1 old peece of a p ewter bason 00 03 00
Item 1 bread Grater 1 shill 2 milk pan 8d 00 01 08
Item 1 longe fowling peece 01 10 00
Item 1 short Muskett 00 16 00
Item 1 Carbine 10s 1 Rapier 12s 01 02 00
Item 1 bake shouel 8s 1 spitt 3s 6d 00 11 06
Item 1 smoothing box and heators 00 03 00
Item 1 loome 15s and the one halfe of 5 paire of Geers 15s 01 1 0 00
Item 2 pound of bulletts 2 hornes with powder 00 04 00
Item 1 Great Iron wedge 1s 6d 4 pailes 4s 00 05 06
Item 24 pound of woolen yearne 01 16 00
Item 12 pound of woolon yerne and 1 pound of Cotten yearne 01 0 4 00
Item 4 pound of [Fear?] yearne 00 10 00
Item 3 Chaires 4s one Cradle 1s 6d 00 05 06
Item 1 houer Glasse 9d 1 paire of sheep sheers 15d 00 02 00
Item 1 bible 4s 1 Psalme book 1s 6d 4 old books 2s 00 07 06
Item 1 Carbe bridle 3s 1 saddl 10s 1 pannell 8s 01 01 00
Item 1 sickle 1s 1 hamer 1s 00 02 00
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16 01 02
In the bed Chamber
Impr: 1 bed and a bolster 03 00 00
Item 1 Green Rugg and one White blankett 01 00 00
Item 4 paire of sheets att 16s apaire 03 04 00
Item 3 old Chests & a box 00 06 06
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07 10 06
In the vper Chamber or loft
Item 1 bed and bolster 02 15 00
Item 1 blankett 8s 1 Green Rugg 5s 00 13 00
[...MS torn...] Rugge 5s 1 blankett 6s 00 11 00
[...MS torn...] 02 15 00
[...MS torn...] bolster 1 pillow 5s 02 16 00
[...MS torn...] abouts of sheeps wool 13s 6d 00 17 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 06
[...MS torn...] 5s 00 08 00
[...MS torn...] 3s 00 06 06
[...MS torn...]lowes 6s 00 07 06
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11 13 00
[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] seive 3s 6d 00 07 06
[...MS torn...]rrell 2s 6d 1 tubb 6d 00 04 06
[...MS torn...]mas lettices 0 0 07 06
[...MS torn...] 00 03 00
[...MS torn...]ook att 9d per pound is 00 07 06
[...MS torn...] 00 02 00
[...MS torn...] 00 04 00
[...MS torn...] 10s 4 yard Cotton 9s 4d 00 12 04
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02 15 04
[...MS torn...]
[...MS torn...] 01 00 00
[...MS torn...] 00 12 00
[...MS torn...] one paire of
dro[indecipherable] 15s 01 05 00
[...MS torn...] 00 04 06
[...MS torn...] 00 08 00
[...MS torn...] 00 11 06
[...MS torn...] 00 04 00
[...MS torn...] 02 13 06
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06 18 06
Item 1 pewter Chamber pott 00 03 00
Item 1 brake 3s 1 paire of Cards 1s 00 04 00
Item 1 Iron Sqvare 00 01 06
Item sererall particulars expended 00 08 00
Item the one third of 2 [weathers?] 01 00 06
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debts owing to the estate
Item from Caleb Cooke 01 05 00
From Francis [dout?] 00 08 00
From Samuell dunham son of Iohn dunham 00 03 00
From Iohn dotey 00 07 00
From Nathaniell Wood allies Attwood 00 03 00
From Iohn Bradford 00 03 00
From Iacob Cook 00 06 00
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The sum of the estate is 104 16 03
debts owing by the testator
Item To Willam Harlow 01 00 00
Do Thomas Lettice 00 04 00
Do Samuel [Iemidy?] 00 04 00
Do Ioseph Wadsworth 00 06 00
Do Captaine Matthew Fuller 01 00 00
Do dotter Daniell Fuller [indecipherable--probably 00 06 06]
Do the estate of Ester Cook deceased 02 12 04
Do Edward Gray 02 05 00
Do the estate of Willam Shurtliff deceased 00 10 08
Do George Watson 01 00 00
Do Iohn Thompson 01 03 01
Do Gorge [Bomun?] 00 05 00
Do Ioseph howland 00 03 06
Do Robertt Finney 00 03 06
Do Funeral Charges 02 06 06
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debts owing 13 10 01
The Estates debts deducted 091 00 02
Wee are Informed that the Testator died posessed of these lands as followeth.
Impr: 1 dwelling house with the out houses belonging therevnto standing and [...MS torn...] vpon his two lotts off land that lye th on the soath syde of the smelt brook [...MS torn...] the Towne of Plymouth with the additions thervnto belonging.
Alsoe 4 fift partes of a parsell of lands and meddow, that were Injoyed by his deere father Francis Cook, lying and being in Rockey nooke; in the said towne of P[...MS torn...] Sixty acres of Land lying at Woonponsett pond.
Forty fiue acrees of vpland lying att Winnelucksett Neare Richard Wright [...MS torn...]
Fifty acres of vpland lying att or neare the [...MS torn...]
Three acres of salt Marsh Meddow lying att Pyney point [...MS to rn...]
Thirty acrees of Meddow more or lesse in three lotts ly[...MS to rn...]
Twelve Acrees of meddow lying att Wimatuxett; by the [...MS torn ...]
Six acrees of Meddow with a smale parsell of vpland [...MS torn. ..] meddow lying at Wimatuksett.
Thirty Acrees of vpland lying on the North [...MS torn...] neare a place Called the woolfe trapp.
This Inventory was Attested [...MS torn...] Elizabeth Cook this 2 cond [appoars to have been altered to an 8...MS torn...] i n open Court as Attests [...MS torn...]
Jacob, b. in Leyden, Holland ca 1618 (based on 1674 deposition). 98 99 103 104 105 106


Research Notes: Husband - Jacob Cooke

!See notes for his father. 'Mayflower Families...' says 'born in Leyden, Holland about 1618 [deposed 14 July 1674 'aged 56 or thereabout', ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:45-46, 3:95-107, 27:145-55.] died in Plymouth between 11 and 18 December 1675. ['Mayflower Descendant' 3:236-42.] ... married (1), probably in Plymouth and shortly after 10 June 1646 [date of marriage gift], Damaris Hopkins, ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28.] ... married (2) in Plymouth on 18 November 1669, to Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, ['Plymouth Colony Records' 8:32.]'
'The Great Migration...' says 'm. Plymouth shortly after 10 June 1646 (marriage contract)...' and gave sources, 'Plymouth Colony Records' 2:27; 'Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28, citing Plymouth Colony Land Records 2:1:35.' It gave the source of his second marriage as 'Plymouth Vital Records' 666.
LDS proxy temple ordinances are in the 1997 IGI from temple records. The LDS proxy sealing of his first marriage shown here is from the IGI and is the earlierst. However the date of marriage is just 1646 and the place is Shelter Island, Suffolk, N. Y. It is from the St. George sealing records. For his 2nd marriage again the proxy sealing shown is the earlierst one in the 1997 IGI. Both are from temple records.
From 'Mayflower Families...': 'The marriage date for Jacob Cooke and Damaris Hopkins is determined by a 'Deed of gift' dated 10 June 1646 in which Francis Cooke agreed to give the couple 100 acres of land at North River as well as one half of all future divisions of land acquired by his father's right as a sharehholder in the Plymouth Company upon their marriage. The deed also gave him one ox, one cow, one calf, and one colt; assistance in building a house at 'Rocky-nooke' and, after the death of both parents, 'the teame with all the furniture belonging thereunto. Hesther (Mahieu) Cooke signed this deed, making her mark; no other instance of her signaure has been found ['Mayflower Descendant' 2:27-28; 'Dawes-Gates' 2:242.]. 11 Jul 1649, Thomas Prence sold to Jakob Cooke of Plymouth a parcel of upland of about 40 acres lying in 'Rocky noocke near Plymouth' for 21 pounds 10 shillings. ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175.] 9 Apr 1650, Francis Cooke acknowledged his deed of gift to Jacob and on the same day Jacob sold the hundred acres for L16 sterling to Moris Truant. 11 Jul 1649, Jacob bought of Thomas Prence, for L21-10-0, about forty acres in 'Rocky Noocke near Plymouth'. In May 1665 and in July 1672 he sold and exchanged land at Dartmouth which had come to him from his father ['Plymouth Colony Records' 12:175, 185].

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