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Capt. Aaron Cooke MP (1640 - 1716)

Aaron was a captain of the militia and took over command when his father died.

Aaron Cooke, Sr. MP (1585 - 1615)

Aaron COOKE 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 1585 in Thornecombe, Dorset, England. He died Dec 1615 in Bridport, Dorset, England and was buried 28 Dec 1615 in Bridport, Dorset, England. Aaron is buried in...

Abigail Parke (Cooke) MP (1726 - 1811)

Abigail Royce (Cooke) MP (1660 - 1720)

David Hoyt's widow endured all the horrors of captivity and returned to Deerfield. She afterwards married Dea. Nathaniel Rice and moved to Wallingford, Ct. ========== Abigail Cook was born around 1...

Adolphus A. Cooke MP (1843 - 1889)

Alexander Cooke MP (1765 - d.)

Alice Reade (Cooke) MP (b. - 1605)

Alice Cooke was born of Kent. She was buried on 6 March 1605/6 at Faccombe, Hampshire, England. Her parents are not known. Married: 1550, of Kent, England to Andrew Reade. b. 1556, Linkenholt, ...

Alice Cooke MP (1554 - d.)

Alice Clayton (Cooke) MP (1645 - 1690)

Alice Cooke Father   Thomas Cook1 b. 1616, d. 6 February 1676/77 Mother   Mary Havens b. 1626, d. July 1724 Alice was born circa 1645 at Portsmouth, Newport county, Rhode Island...

Alison Margaret Parsons (Cooke-Hurle) MP

Andrew Cooke MP (deceased)

Ann Pratt (Cooke) MP (deceased)

Anna Maria Ogle (Cooke) MP (1777 - d.)

Anna Cooke MP (1785 - 1826)

The Beauchamp–Sharp Tragedy (sometimes called the Kentucky Tragedy) was the murder of Kentucky legislator Solomon P. Sharp by Jereboam O. Beauchamp ( /dʒɛrəˈbo...

Anne Cooke (Caulton) MP (c.1548 - c.1617)

Richard Cooke (by 1530– 3 October 1579) was an English politician. He was the eldest surviving son of Sir Anthony Cooke of Gidea Hall, near Romford, Essex. He succeeded his father in 1576. H...

Anne Snow (Cooke) MP (1635 - 1656)

Anne E. Barnard (Cooke) MP (c.1578 - 1660)

Anne Knapp (Cooke) MP (1605 - d.)

Anne Cooke, Lady Bacon MP (c.1528 - 1606)

Anne Cooke, Lady Bacon is remembered as a classical scholar, a religious Purist, a devoted wife, and an overprotective mother. She was born in Gidea Hall, Essex, in 1528 to Sir Anthony Cooke and Anne F...

Anthony Cooke, Sir Knight of Gidea Hall, MP, Order of the Bath MP (c.1505 - 1576)

Family and Education b. c.1505, 1st s. of John Cooke of Gidea Hall by Alice, da. and coh. of William Saunders of Banbury, Oxon. educ. I. Temple 1523. m. Anne, da. of Sir William Fitzwilliam of Gains Pa...

Arthur Cooke MP (1645 - 1699)

Benjamin Cooke MP (1795 - d.)

Bethiah Cooke MP (c.1638 - 1687)

Bethia Sweetser (Cooke) MP (c.1608 - 1660)

Bethiah Cooke F, #69183, b. 6 December 1607, d. January 1660 Father George Cooke b. 27 Jun 1568 Mother Mary Eaton b. c 1575 Bethiah Cooke was christened on 6 December 1607 at Eaton Bray, Bedfor...

Bridge Rand (Cooke) MP (1701 - 1777)

Caleb Cooke MP (1676 - 1738)

Catherine Cooke Shannon (Stewart) MP (1784 - 1881)

Birth: 1784 Gills Giles County Virginia, USA Death: May 26, 1881 Hatcher Wyoming County West Virginia, USA Wife of William Cooke. They were married August 15, 1806 at Giles County, Virginia. They h...

Charlotte Cooke (Mead) MP (1797 - 1856)

Child Cooke MP (c.1608 - c.1608)

ii Child, bur. Leiden 20 May 1608 [NS] [ NEHGR 143:197]. Links

Christina Knowles (Cooke) MP (c.1690 - 1775)

Col. George Cooke MP (deceased)

Examining the records and authorities at Cambridge, Mass., one is struck immediately with the very probable relationship of SUSANNAH COOK to Col. George Cook(e), gent., Cambridge, freeman, March 3, 163...

Damaris Cooke (Hopkins) MP (c.1627 - 1669)

Find A Grave Memorial# 52415789 This profile is for the *second* Damaris Hopkins (b ca 1628) after her sister Damaris Hopkins died. Damaris Hopkins From Caleb Johnson's Mayflower History The 1s...

Damaris Delano (Cooke) MP (1703 - 1774)

Daniel Cooke MP (1691 - d.)

Deborah Cooke (Hopkins) MP (1648 - 1727)

Deborah Hopkins was born in Jun 1648 in Eastham, MA and died in Dec 1727 in Eastham MA Family parents: Giles Hopkins (1607-1689) & Catherine Whelden. Giles was a Mayflower Passenger. Married ...

Deliverance Cooke (Crowell) MP (1685 - 1738)

Desire Higgins (Cooke) MP (1694 - 1736)

Edee Cooke (Drake) MP (1697 - 1781)

Edward William Cooke MP (1811 - d.)

Edward William Cooke Date of Birth : 27/03/1811 Date of Death : 04/01/1880 Occupation: Artist and gardener Career : He was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy 03/11/1851 He was m...

Elinor Carter (Cooke) MP (1635 - 1673)

Elizabeth Gregg (Cooke) MP (1672 - 1748)

Elizabeth Cooke Gregg married John Gregg in the Concord Friend's Meeting on November 11, 1694. John had erected a two story stone house prior to their marriage. On August 17, 1702, John and Elizabeth b...

Elizabeth Cooke, Lady Russell MP (c.1528 - 1609)

Lady Elizabeth Hobbey, Lady Elizabeth Russell, Elizabeth Cooke Elizabeth Russell, Lady Russell, née Elizabeth Cooke, Elizabeth Hoby in her first marriage, (b. 1528 – d. 1609) was an Eng...

Elizabeth Cooke (Belknap) MP (c.1452 - 1517)

Elizabeth Cooke (Ring) MP (c.1609 - 1687)

Taken from: Stephen Deane was a Puritan who emigrated to Plymouth Colony in 1621 on the Fortune. He died in 1634 in Plymouth. He married Elizabeth RING, a daughter of the widow Mary Ring. That mu...

Elizabeth Newcombe (Cooke) MP (1674 - 1727)

149. Elizabeth Cooke (Deborah Hopkins , Giles , Stephen ) was born in Jun 1674 in Eastham, MA. She died after 7 Dec 1727 in prob. Eastham, MA. Family parents: Josiah Cooke (1645-1731) & Deborah H...

Elizabeth Aldrich (Cooke) MP (1729 - 1804)

Elizabeth Doty (Cooke) MP (1647 - 1692)

Elizabeth Cooke Birth: Jan 18 1647 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Death: Nov 21 1692 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Parents: Jacob Cooke, Damaris Hopkins Husband: John Doty Childr...

Elizabeth Cooke (Buxton) MP (1642 - 1713)

Elizabeth Wilcox (Cooke) MP (c.1645 - 1715)

"Mayflower Families..." says "A deed, dated 17 July 1673, by John Cooke, yeoman, of Dartmouth to Daniel Wilcocks '...and Elizabeth my Daughter now wife to the said Daniell Wilcockes...". From Plymouth ...

Elizabeth Cooke MP (1669 - 1670)

Elizabeth Walton (Cooke) MP (c.1602 - 1682)

Elizabeth Cooke was born about 1602 in Crediton, Devon, England to William & Martha (White) Cooke. Married Rev. William Walton 10 Apr 1627 in Dorchester, Dorset England. Died 1682 or 1683. They had...

Elizabeth Cooke (Sears) MP (1675 - 1725)

Elizabeth Benjamin (Cooke) MP (1678 - 1738)

Christened June 30, 1675 at the First Congr. Church, Stonington, CT.

Elizabeth Ann Wharton (Cooke) MP (1789 - 1827)

Elizabeth Cooke MP (c.1611 - c.1627)

iv ELIZABETH, bp. 26 December 1611 [NS] [ NEHGR 143:197]; no further record. Links

Elizabeth Peters (Cooke) MP (c.1578 - 1637)

Elizabeth COOKE  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 was born 1573 in Pebmarsh, Essex, England. She died 1637 in Salem, Essex, England. Parents:  Thomas COOKE,   b. 1541, Wickford, Essex, England...

Esther Hester Taber (Cooke) MP (1650 - 1671)

Eveline Crone (Cooke) MP (1818 - d.)

Experience Cooke (Holbrook?) MP (c.1628 - 1664)

Experience was born abt 1628, Somerset, England and died abt 1664, Weymouth, Norfolk County, MA Family parents: her surname is not known, but she may have been a Holbrook. Married abt 164...

Experience Adams (Cooke) MP (1662 - 1767)

Experience Aldrich (Cooke) MP (1682 - d.)

Peter Aldrich was born about 1679 in Bridgewater (Plymouth) Massachusetts, and died 1724 in Norton (Bristol) Massachusetts. He married Dec 1701 in Mendon (Worcester) Massachusetts, Expe...

Fannie Augusta Johnston (Cooke) MP (c.1883 - d.)

Father of Josiah Cooke MP (deceased)

Josiah Cooke of Cape Cod was not a son of Francis Cooke, Mayflower passenger. For known Francis Cooke children, please refer to:

Frances Cooke (Grey) MP (deceased)

Frances, da. of Lord John Grey of Pirgo, Essex, married William Cooke (d 1589) 4s. inc. William Cooke II 3da. His will, made 6 Mar. 1588 and proved 9 Dec. 1589, is that of a wealthy man. He left &#...

Frances Peyton (Cooke) MP (1722 - d.)

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Francis Cooke, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (c.1583 - 1663)

Francis Cooke (c 1583 – April 7, 1663) d. Plymouth, Massachusetts, was one of the 102 passengers on the Mayflower of 1621. [1] This early settler is one of the twenty-six male Pilgrims known to ...

Francis Cooke, Sr. MP (c.1662 - 1746)

Francis Cooke, Jr. MP (1696 - 1724)

Francis Cooke MP (c.1726 - 1762)

Freelove Cooke (Pierce) MP (1720 - d.)

George Cooke MP (c.1690 - c.1743)

Died after Feb. 1743.

Grace Clarkson (Cooke) MP (1765 - 1824)

Grace Cooke (Larabee) MP (1642 - d.)

Gregory Cooke MP (1621 - 1691)

Hannah Cooke (Ives) MP (1672 - 1715)

History of Wallingford, Conn. by Charles Henry Stanley Davis Genealogies - Part 1, pg. 673, 675 Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 910 History of Wallingford, Conn. by Charles...

Hannah Rogers (Cooke) MP (1699 - 1767)

From her Thomas Rogers Society page: Hannah Cook F, b. 25 January 1699/0, d. after 28 July 1767 Hannah Cook was born on 25 January 1699/0 at Eastham. She was the daughter of Richard Coo...

Hannah Cooke (Sabin) MP (1722 - 1792)

Hannah Cooke (Drake) MP (1694 - d.)

Hannah Greenman (Cooke) MP (1717 - 1808)

Hannah Cooke (Smith) MP (1678 - 1751)

Harold Cooke, I MP (1345 - 1420)

Harold Cooke, II MP (1364 - d.)

Henry Cooke MP (1584 - 1646)

Hester Wright (Cooke) MP (c.1620 - 1669)

vi HESTER, b. say 1620; m. Plymouth in 1644 Richard Wright [ PCR 2:79; see also TAG 59:165-70]. Hester Cooke was born bef bef Apr 1621 probably in Leyden, Holland and died in prob. Plymouth, Plymouth...

Hester "Walloon" Cooke (Mahieu) MP (c.1582 - 1666)

Hester Mahieu was born between 1582-1588 at Prob Canterbury, England and died after 8 June 1666 at Plymouth Plantation. She was the daughter of Jacques Mahieu and Jenne (?). Married: on 20 July 160...

Isaac Cooke MP (1672 - 1712)

Jacob Cooke MP (1708 - 1800)

Jacob Cooke, Jr. MP (1653 - 1747)

Volume 12: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower (Mayflower Families through Five Generations, Volume 12) Jacob, COOKE was born on 26 Mar 1653 in Plymouth, MA. (598) He died on 24 Apr 1747 in Kingston, MA. ...

Jacob Cooke, III MP (1691 - 1753)

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Jacob Cooke MP (c.1618 - 1675)

v JACOB, b. about 1618 (deposed 14 July 1674 "aged fifty-six years or thereabout" [ MD 2:45-46, citing PLR 1:81]); m. (1) Plymouth shortly after 10 June 1646 (marriage contract) Damaris Hopkins [ PCR 2...

Jane Woollard (Cooke) MP (1763 - 1833)

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Jane Mitchell (Cooke) MP (c.1609 - c.1641)

iii JANE, b. say 1609; m. Plymouth in 1627 or soon after EXPERIENCE MITCHELL [ NEHGR 127:94-95; TAG 59:28-31]. Jane did not come over on the Mayflower like her father. He left most of his family behi...

Jane Cooke (Weeden) MP (1692 - 1729)

Died between 1725 - 1729.

Jay Cooke MP (1821 - 1905)

Jay Cooke (August 10, 1821 – February 16, 1905) was an American financier. Cooke and his firm Jay Cooke & Company were most notable for their role in financing the Union's war effort during th...

Jedidiah COOKE MP (1761 - d.)

Historic homes and places and genealogical and personal memoirs ..., Volume 4 edited by William Richard Cutter Pg. 1653 born 1758 died November 16, 1806 Madbury, son of Hezekiah Cooke.

Joanna Cooke (de Netherbury) MP (1570 - 1626)

ID: I01444 Name: Joanna De Netherbury 1 Sex: F Birth: ABT 1570 in Netherbury, Dorset, England 1 Death: 1626 in Netherby, Dorset, England 1 Reference Number: 1444 Note: Joanna, believed to b...

Joanna Wolcott (Cooke) MP (c.1638 - 1657)

Per Windsor, CT V.R. (Barbour): Wolcott Simon, m. Joanna Cook, b. of Windsor, Mar. 19, 1656/7

Joanna Anna Burrow (Cooke) MP (1676 - c.1720)

Joan Cooke, MP (1500 - 1545)

Joanne Slocum (Cooke) MP (c.1622 - 1679)

She was excommunicated by the Baptist Church at Newport, having joined the Quakers. On 16 August 1673.[4] Giles and Joan had the following children: Joanna 3/1/1642 m. Jacob Mott. John, 3/26/16...