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

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 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)

Merritt Cook MP (deceased)

Miranda Ratcliff (Cook) MP (1831 - 1867)

Miriam Webster (Cook) MP (1690 - 1765)

Miriam Leeds (Cook) MP (1643 - 1720)

Moses Cook MP (1645 - 1676)

Nancy Cook (Wilson) MP (c.1778 - 1828)

Nathaniel Cook MP (c.1625 - 1688)

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

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...

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...

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. ...

Deacon Noah Cook MP (1688 - 1773)

Noah Cook MP (1786 - d.)

[ ] 33 Cook, Josiah Labourer Upper Canada No Denomination 31 M 34 Cook, Delila Upper Canada No Denomination 28 F 35 Cook, Elisha Upper Canada No Denomination 9 M 36 Cook, Sophronia Upper Canada No Deno...

Pvt. Noah Cook MP (1762 - 1828)

Noah Cook MP (1657 - 1699)

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...

Peter Cooke (Cook) MP (c.1674 - 1713)

Peter Cook b., abt 1674, Tarvin, Cheshire, Eng., d. Between April and June 1713, at sea, prob. from small pox, parent’s unk. Peter married Elinor Norman, 10th mo. (Dec.) 7, 1695, Newton MH, (n...

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)

Quentin L. Cook, Apostle, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints MP (1940 - d.)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... Quentin LaMar Cook (born September 8, 1940) is a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church)..." ...

Rachael Leigh Cook MP

Rachael Leigh Cook (born October 4, 1979) is an American actress, model, voice artist, and producer, who is best known for her starring role in films She's All That (1999), Josie and the Pussycats (2...

Rachel Cook MP

Rachel Stewart (Cook) MP (deceased)

Rebecca Comber (Cook) MP (1700 - d.)

Rebecca Starbird (Cook) MP (1693 - 1734)

daug. of John Cook b. c1660 (son of ???) and Mary DOWNES b. c1660 from Re: info on John Drew & Rebecca Cook February 05, 2002 John DREW b. 1651 Black River, Dover, Strafford Co., NH, son of W...

Rebecca Rider (Cook) MP (1740 - 1793)

Rebecca Elizabeth Sanders (Cook) MP (deceased)

Rebekah Cook (Cowell) MP (1713 - 1788)

Rhoda Hitchcock (Cook) MP (1724 - 1808)

Rhoda Cook MP (c.1791 - 1820)

11 x. Rhoda Cook, born Abt. 1791 in Stamford Ont.; died August 20, 1820 in Stamford Ont..

Lt. Robert Cook MP (c.1739 - 1796)

Robert COOK, d. 2 Sep 1796 Niagara Falls, ON, & Martha SKINNER, m. 1760 ====================================== Cook, Robert On 31 Dec 1798 the Crown granted a patent to Robert Cook for all 10...

Capt. Robert Cook MP (1670 - 1756)

Ruth Cook (Shaw) MP (c.1660 - 1737)

Ruth Fish (Cook) MP (1682 - 1775)

Ruth Cook (Mode) MP (1747 - 1789)

Ruth Cook (Brearly) MP (deceased)

Ruth Marshall (Cook) MP (deceased)

Salina Catherine Holman (Cook) MP (1850 - 1886)

Salome Dyer (Cook) MP (1785 - 1867)

Samuel Cooke MP (1931 - 1964)

Sam Cooke (January 22, 1931 – December 11, 1964), born Samuel Cook, was an American recording artist and singer-songwriter, generally considered among the greatest of all time. He is commonly kn...

Samuel Cook MP (1774 - 1828)

Capt. Samuel Cook MP (1695 - 1745)

History of Wallingford, Conn. by Charles Henry Stanley Davis Genealogies - Part 1, pg. 673, 675, 676, 681 "Capt. Samuel Cook, son of Samuel and Hannah Ives Cook, married Hannah Lewis, daughter of Ebe...

Samuel Cook MP (1738 - 1800)

Birthdate changed from 12/15/1738 to reflect findagrave.com source - 12/19/13

Samuel Cook, Sr. MP (1641 - 1702)

History of Wallingford, Conn. by Charles Henry Stanley Davis Genealogies - Part 1, pg. 672, 673 "Samuel Cook came to New Haven in 1663, m Hope, daughter of Edward Parker of New Haven, May 2, 1667. ...

Sarah Rives (Cook) MP (c.1724 - 1772)

Sarah Cook Rives was the daughter of Henry "HC" Cook. His son, John Cook, was born after 29 Sept 1738, so his mother was most likely Mary Clarke, daughter of Samuel Clark and Elizabeth. Henry "HC" Co...

Sarah Cook MP (deceased)

Sarah Cook (Coleman) MP (1672 - 1758)

Sarah Ludlam (Cook) MP (1648 - 1733)

Sarah Catherine Cook (Hamilton) MP (1872 - 1945)

Sarah Cook MP (deceased)

Sarah Cook (Smith) MP (1741 - 1812)

Sarah Cook (Nash) MP (c.1658 - 1716)

Sarah Cook (Durham) MP (1777 - 1813)

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Sarah Ann Babb (Cook) MP (1818 - 1894)

Sarah Jane Cook (Kelly) MP (1832 - 1866)

Birth: 1832 Indiana, USA Death: 1866 Indiana, USA Sarah Jane Kelly was born the 29th of 12th mo 1832, the daughter of Samuel and Mary (Coate) Kelly. She married the 7th of 8th mo 1851 at Bloomfield...

Selena Cook (Rogers) MP (1890 - 1964)

Mrs Selena Cook (née Rogers) Born: Sunday 6th April 1890 Age: 22 years Married to Arthur Cook. 2nd Class passenger First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket N...

Pvt. Seth Cook MP (c.1787 - 1823)

Sidney Herbert Cook MP (c.1882 - d.)

Sina Cook (Lewis) MP (1815 - 1893)

Soloman Cook MP (1780 - 1855)

Solomon Cook MP (c.1708 - 1781)

  M ix Solomon COOKE 1, 2, 3 was christened 18 Nov 1711 in Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts. He died 21 Nov 1781 in Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts. --- from A MAYFLOWER LINE Hopk...

Sophronia Cook (Strobridge) MP (1813 - 1909)

Updated from MyHeritage Match via husband Henry Freeman Cook by SmartCopy : Sep 29 2014, 14:54:10 UTC

Deacon Stephen Cook MP (1647 - 1738)

Submit Cook (Weeks) MP (1671 - 1748)

Born 1671/2

Thankful Watkins (Cook) MP (1714 - 1811)

Christened 8 Aug 1714 in Weston, Middlesex, Mass.

Thomas Cook MP (deceased)

Capt. Thomas Cooke, II MP (1626 - 1670)

Thomas Cooke was not married to Mary Havens. She was married to Captain John Cook, his son. The descendants of Thomas Cook of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, should not depend too much on "Austin" for thei...

Thomas Cook MP (1704 - 1753)

Thomas Cook MP (1470 - d.)

Thomas R. Cook MP (1751 - 1805)

Thomas Cook MP (1726 - d.)

Thomas Uppadine Cook MP (1816 - 1897)

Thomas Uppadine Cook, frequently referred to as “The Father of Foxton” was born in Hammersmith, London on June 2nd 1816, the son of Thomas Cook, coal merchant and his wife Hannah. Thoma...

Thomas Cook MP (1810 - 1867)

Timothy Cook MP (c.1786 - 1815)

Tim Cook MP

Timothy Donald "Tim" Cook (born November 1, 1960) is an American business executive, industrial engineer and developer. Cook is the current and seventh Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc., previous...

Virginia Lee Cook Veasey (Martin) MP (1916 - 1998)

Birth: Dec. 7, 1916 Death: Aug. 14, 1998 Virginia Lee Martin Cook Veasey Roanoke Times, The (VA) - August 16, 1998 VEASEY, Virginia L., 81, of Roanoke, passed away Friday, August 14, 1998. She ha...

Walter Cook MP (c.1615 - 1696)

Walter was born between 1610 and 1620 Walter's daughter, Hannah COOKE Albee, was the 8th gr-grandmother of my husband, through her son, Benjamin, and his wife, Abiel WHEELOCK, then their son, Obediah...

Walter Cook MP (1657 - 1695)

Walter Cook MP (deceased)

Westwood Cook, Jr. MP (1703 - c.1748)

Westwood Cook, Sr. MP (1671 - 1744)

Wife of Noah Cook MP (deceased)

Wilbern Lynn Cook MP (1909 - 1978)

William Cook MP (1779 - d.)

William Cook MP (1790 - 1874)

Was said to have fought Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo before boarding an English whaling ship as third mate and landed in The Bay of Islands. Possible identification for the Battle of Waterloo. ...

William Cook MP (1780 - 1840)