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About Grace Cook
The following was collected from archives of Yorksgen list.
John PACE and Deborah BUTLER married 1695 at Stainton in Cleveland. They are said to be the parents of Grace and at least one more daughter. Alice Taylor
Cook's parents, James Cook (1694-1779) & Grace Pace (1702-1765), married at Stainton-in-Cleveland, Nth Yorkshire, on Oct 10 1725, and lived at Marton (then a small village, today a suburb of Middlesbrough) where James Cook was born in 1728, and then at Great Ayton, Nth Yorkshire.. They had 8 children altogether, but the only one to leave descendants beyond the next generation was Capt. Cook's younger sister, Margaret Cook, who married JAMES FLECK at Great Ayton on Sept 4 1764.
CAPTAIN James Cook and his wife Elizabeth Batts had six children, but none left descendants. Three of the children died young, one died as a teenager and two were tragically drowned at sea, attempting to follow in their father's footsteps. Roy Stockdill Editor, The Journal of One-Name Studies
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Grace Cook's Timeline
October 10, 1702
Thornaby-on-Tees, Yorkshire, England
October 27, 1728
Marton-In-Cleveland, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
January 31, 1730
July 20, 1742
Great Ayton, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
February 15, 1765
Great Ayton, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom