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Re: Obtaining COOKE will in Barbados
Posted by: jim cooke (ID *****5506) Date: December 04, 2012 at 06:51:30
In Reply to: Re: Obtaining COOKE will in Barbados by gerald cuke of 3698

Nothing on "Cuke". Have also seen spelling as "Coock(e)", even as late as 1750's (my family, records of Cumberland County, VA). My line = "Cooke". In one county in VA, within the last 15 years, I was asked "how do you spell that" when I told them my name was "Cooke". Why? In that county, "Cocke" was often pronounced "Cook". THAT surname is currently most often associated with Cox/Cocks.

Have you considered DNA testing? We would love to have a "Cuke" in the Project. We currently have Cook, Cooke, and Koch. Email me if you are interested (CookDNA[at]hotmail[dot]com)

As for the Will: is there an on-line request option?

Jim


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