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Commander James Cook MP (1763 - 1794)

James Cook, Esq; Commander in the Royal Navy, who lost his Life on the 25th of January, 1794; in going from Pool, to the Spitfire Sloop of War, which he commanded; in the 31st Year of his Age. ...

Captain James Cook MP (1728 - 1779)

Captain James Cook FRS RN (7 November [O.S. 27 October] 1728 – 14 February 1779) was an English explorer, navigator and cartographer, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain in the Royal Navy. ...

Jasper Cook MP (1847 - 1932)

Jehu Cook MP (1806 - 1859)

Joan Cook (Denslow) MP (1625 - 1676)

alt. death location, lost in merge - Westfield, Massachusetts

Joanna Cook MP (deceased)

Joannah Cook MP (1704 - 1749)

Johanna Cook (Rockwood) MP (1669 - c.1710)

First wife of Nicholas Cook. She died about 1710. Her husband remarried in 1712. Daughter of John Rockwood and Joanna Ford Rockwood. Children: Josiah Cook, Nicholas Cook Jr, Johanna Cook, Mary Co...

John Cook MP (1618 - 1645)

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Captain John Cook MP (c.1652 - 1727)

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John E. Cook MP (c.1830 - 1859)

John E. Cook came to Harpers Ferry in 1858 to scout the area for John Brown, and spent the next year working as a schoolteacher, book agent, and a lock tender on the C&O Canal. While in the area, he ...

John Cook MP (deceased)

John Cook MP (1780 - d.)

John Cook MP (deceased)

John Cook MP (deceased)

John Cook MP (1668 - 1720)

John Cook was born February 11,1667/68 in Stepney, Middlesex, England. He emigrated to America in 1685. He married Mary Cook in Pennsylvania in 1688. He died December 3, 1720 in Duck Creek, Kent County...

Joseph Cook MP (1860 - 1947)

Sir Joseph Cook, GCMG (7 December 1860 – 30 July 1947) was an Australian politician and the sixth Prime Minister of Australia. He worked in the coal mines of Silverdale, Staffordshire during his...

Joseph Cook MP (1683 - 1764)

In 1743 he and his wife, Eleanor Johnson, moved some of their family to Goshen, Connecticut. Joseph COOK was counted among the most prominent men in the town of Goshen in Litchfield County, Connecticut...

Joseph Cook MP (1775 - 1854)

Birth: May 28, 1775 Guilford County North Carolina, USA Death: Sep. 15, 1854 West Grove Wayne County Indiana, USA Husband of Lydia Wickersham Son of Thomas Cook & Mary Mills Family links: S...

Dr. Joseph P. Cook MP (1828 - 1896)

Birth: Sep. 13, 1828 Richmond Wayne County Indiana, USA Death: Sep. 18, 1896 Palouse Whitman County Washington, USA Son of Zimri Cook and Lydia Pegg Cook. Married Sarah Jane Kelly 07 Aug 1851 at ...

Joseph Cook MP (1803 - 1844)

Josiah Cook MP (1707 - 1775)

Rev. Josiah Cook MP (1685 - 1774)

Children Abraham Cook Josiah Cook Jr. Joanna Ballou (Cook) (1722 - 1797) FAG #18205888 m. Rev. Ezehial Brown (1/5/1719-6/5/1789) Hezekiah Cook Mary Cass (Cook) Mehitable Ballou (Cook) (17...

Judith Cook (Birdsall) MP (1618 - 1689)

Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 435 Marriage listed in the Essex County, Massachusetts Depositions, 1636-86 "BIRDSALE, Judith Cook, Henry 1 June 1639 Plymouth, Mass. CO...

Julia Ann Cook (Bercier) MP (1828 - 1891)

Note: Wife of David S. Laughlin and Henry Freeman Cook.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jan 29 2016, 5:57:58 UTC

Katherine Terrell G. Cook (Parrish) MP (1889 - d.)

Katherine Augusta Cook (Shinar) MP (1869 - 1949)

Katherine Beach (Cook) MP (c.1612 - c.1653)

Catherine COOK was born in 1612 in Thorne, Devonshire, England. She died after 1653 in New Haven, CT. She married Andrew HULL about 1637.Andrew HULL was born in 1610 in Derby, England. He died in 164...

Katherine Gold (Cook) MP (c.1870 - d.)

Name: Mrs Katherine Gold (née Cook) Age: 42 years Marital Status: Married. Last Residence: in Southampton Hampshire England Occupation: Stewardess Victualling crew First Embarked: ...

Keziah Cook (Burch) MP (1751 - 1821)

Laura Cook (Mead) MP (1787 - 1857)

Lenora Matilda Cook (Godard) MP (1864 - 1937)

Lewis Cook MP (1801 - 1878)

Lucy Cook (Chapman) MP (1787 - 1857)

Lucy Clanton (Cook) MP (b. - 1810)

Lydia Cook (Tilden) MP (1700 - 1741)

Lydia Cook (Pegg) MP (deceased)

Lydia Cook (Wickersham) MP (1777 - 1834)

Birth: Mar. 4, 1777 Guilford County North Carolina, USA Death: Aug. 10, 1834 West Grove Wayne County Indiana, USA Wife of Joseph Cook Daughter of Jehu & Mary Kirk Wickersham Family links: P...

Mae Stricklin (Cook) MP (1894 - 1976)

Malinda Harmon (Cook) MP (1847 - 1927)

Mamie E. Cook MP (1877 - d.)

Margaret Cook (Parton) MP (b. - 1932)

Margaret Peggy Cook (Hawthorne) MP (c.1730 - c.1825)

Margaret Elizabeth Bilton (Cook) MP (c.1411 - 1433)

Maria Louisa Cook (Smith) MP (1862 - 1950)

Marlow Cook, U.S. Senator MP

Marlow Webster Cook, a Senator from Kentucky; born in Akron, Erie County, N.Y., on July 27, 1926; entered the United States Navy at seventeen and served in the submarine service in the Atlantic and Pac...

Martha Winslow (Cook) MP (1715 - d.)

Probably born in Newport, RI. Probably died in Putney, VT. Married Joseph Winslow in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusettts

Martha M Vestal (Cook) MP (1892 - d.)

Birth: 1892 Death: unknown Burial: Jacksonville City Cemetery Jacksonville Cherokee County Texas, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Cyndi Wiseman Record added: Dec 29, 2010 F...

Martha Welch (Cook) MP (1735 - 1776)

Martha Cook (Beale) MP (b. - 1717)

Christening: 24 May 1696 Dunstable, Essex, MA

Mary Ann Cook (Ellis) MP (1847 - 1888)

Mary Ralph (Cook) MP (c.1635 - 1682)

Mary "Pollie" Bennett (Cook) MP (1769 - 1847)

Mary Prior Dickens (Cook) MP (1803 - 1887)

Mary Elizabeth Holman (Cook) MP (1837 - 1913)

Mary Langford (Cook) MP (c.1646 - 1670)

Mary Langord’s will, dated 7 Nov 1670/1 Portsmouth, no proved date, wife of Thomas Lanford, mentions husband’s unnamed child, sister Sarah Parker, brother Thomas, and uncle John Cooke; Ob...

Mary Payson (Cook) MP (deceased)

Mary Grewell (Cook) MP (1690 - 1748)

Mary Cook is believed to be the daughter of John Cook and Mary Simcock. She was born c.1690 in Little Creek, Kent County, Delaware and died on April 13, 1748 in Little Creek, Kent County, Delaware. She...

Mary Green (Cook) MP (1649 - 1715)

Mary COOK (1649-1715), daughter of Richard + COOK (1608- ) & Frances + MOLTON (1608- ) Married Samuel Green of Malden; 10 children. 1 "MA Marriages 1633-1850" (Family History Library, Salt Lake...

Mary Paget (Cook) MP (1814 - 1901)

Mary Catherine Cook (Berry) MP (1819 - 1844)

Birth: 1819 Hancock County Georgia, USA Death: Nov. 4, 1844 Hancock County Georgia, USA Mary Catharine Berry, the 1st wife of my great grandfather, Abner Atkinson Cook (1811-1861) and the 4th of 7 ...

Mary Taft (Cook) MP (b. - 1816)

Mary Cook (Hall) MP (1654 - 1718)

Mary Parthena Dicken (Cook) MP (1769 - 1858)

It is not known for sure where Mary is buried. Mary married: 1) James Pleasant McCubbin, 29 Dec 1784, Rockingham Co NC. 13 children 2) After the death of James, Mary married John Dicken on Jan ...

Mary Cook (Staples) MP (1695 - 1766)

Children: Abraham Cook, Josiah Cook Jr, Joanna Cook Ballou, Hezekiah Cook, Mary Cook Cass, Mehitable Cook Ballou, Abner Cook, and Anne Cook Darling. Sources FindAGrave #18265839

Mary Williams (Cook) MP (1798 - 1879)

Birth: Nov. 30, 1798 Death: Aug. 20, 1879 Family links: Parents: Joseph Cook (1775 - 1854) Lydia Wickersham Cook (1777 - 1834) Siblings: Mary Cook Williams (1798 - 1879) Zimri Cook (1808 -...

Mary Clark (Cook) MP (1734 - 1821)

February 3, 1730/1, Jacob Cook of Provincetown & Marcy Young, of Eastham to proceed in marriage. February 18, 1730, Jacob Cook & Marcy Young were married by Mr. Samuel Orsbon, Barnstable, MA.

Mary Cox (Cook) MP (1709 - 1784)

Mary Cook (Havens) MP (c.1656 - 1754)

Mary Manchester (Cook) MP (1656 - 1716)

Link to grave Mary Cook Manchester Born: circa 1653/54, Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island Died: after July 1725, Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island Father: John Cooke, b. 30 March ...

Mary Talcott (Cook) MP (c.1661 - 1685)

Mary Cook (Underwood) MP (c.1711 - 1794)

Mary Chalker (Cook) MP (1786 - 1838)

From Kalamazoogenealogy.org: name, d/m/y of birth, d/m/y/place of death & burial (Traver Cemetery)

Mary Cook (Ford) MP (1612 - 1649)

Aaron Cook Jr served in King Philip's War. He commanded the garrison at Westfield in 1675. His first wife was Mary Ford Cook, daughter of Thomas Ford and Joane Waye Ford. Mary died in 1649 at Windsor...

Mary Moulton (Cook) MP (1649 - 1732)

Mary Adeline Veazey Cook (Davidson) MP (1873 - 1942)

Birth: Mar. 27, 1873 Wise County Texas, USA Death: Jun. 18, 1942 Canyon Randall County Texas, USA Family links: Parents: John Alexander Davidson (1838 - 1930) Jane Adaline Puckett Davidson (1...

Mary Cook (Pike) MP (1812 - 1862)

Mary Cook (Simcock) MP (1663 - 1698)

Mary Simcock was born in Ridley, Pennsylvania on May 29, 1663. She married John Cook in 1688 in Pennsylvania. She died in Bucks County, Pennsylvania in 1698. John Cook was born on February 11, 1667/68 ...

Mary Strong (Cook) MP (1686 - 1712)

Mary Nash (Cook) MP (1700 - 1775)

Mary Ann Couch (Cook) MP (1730 - 1796)

May Florence Cook (Thornton) MP (1882 - 1963)

Mehitable Cook (Hayward) MP (c.1670 - d.)

Connections between the Cook and Staples Families The ties between these two families became very convoluted around the time Mehitable Staples married her second husband Nicholas Cook. Two of Mehitab...

Mercy Higgins (Cook) MP (1755 - 1843)

Miranda Ratcliff (Cook) MP (1831 - 1867)

Miriam Webster (Cook) MP (1690 - 1765)

Miriam Leeds (Cook) MP (1643 - 1720)

Moses Cook MP (1645 - 1676)

Nathaniel Cook MP (c.1625 - 1688)

"Old History of Windsor CT" by Stiles found no connection between Nathaniel and Aaron Cooke.

Nathaniel Cook (Cooke) MP (1658 - 1724)

Midshipman Nathaniel Cook MP (1764 - 1780)

Midshipman Nathaniel Cook lost with the Thunderer Man of War, under Captain Boyle Walsingham, in a most dreadful Hurricane, in October, 1780 Goodman, Judith (Ed): ‘Coal & Calico, Lette...

Deacon Nicholas Cook MP (1687 - 1779)

Nicholas Cook was a deacon of the First Baptist Church of Bellingham, MA Sources New England families, genealogical and memorial: a record of the ..., Volume 4. edited by William Richard Cutter. ...

Nicholas Cook MP (1660 - 1730)

Nicholas Cook was born 9 Feb 1660, Weymouth, Norfolk County, MA and died 1 Dec 1730, Bellingham, Norfolk County, MA. He was buried in Dec 1730 in the Scott Cemetery, Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massach...

Oliver Cook MP (deceased)

Patience Durfee (Cook) MP (1779 - 1851)

Paul Cook, U.S. Congress MP

Paul Cook, a Representative from California; born in Meriden, New Haven County, Conn., March 3, 1943; B.S., Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Conn., 1966; M.P.A., California State Uni...

Phebe Barker (Cook) MP (1664 - 1732)

Each of Phebe's three husbands at some time was involved with keeping the ferry which ran between Jamestown and Newport, Rhode Island; it has been suggested that Phebe herself was the ferry keeper. T...

Phebe Allen (Cook) MP (1677 - 1717)

Phoebe Cook MP (1836 - 1900)

Phoebe married TWO DIFFERENT men named John Trowbridge: The first was born 1825 (s/o Silas); the second was John Calvin Trowbridge (s/o Isaac, the half-brother of her first husband). Please do not merg...

Polly Snell (Cook) MP (deceased)