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Cooks - 1800s
Posted by: Deanna Date: August 06, 2001 at 14:02:43
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Valentine Cook (my ggg-grandfather)is my brick wall. He married Isabella Frasier 10 May 1821 in Franklin Co, and is listed in Washington Co, MO 1830 census (only Isabella and children are on the 1850 cesus)-- Liberty Township. I know nothing of his parentage, birth date, or death date/burial location (my aunt believes they are buried in Franklin Co, but I have yet to find them in the listings).

Their children were David A., Angeline, Martha J., John F., James A., and Sarah M.

My gggrandmother's (Sarah Margaret Cook LeClere) tombstone is inscribed "Daughter of Valentine Cook," so it held importance to her.

Who was my Valentine Cook? Was he related (directly or otherwise) to the many other Valentine Cooks of VA, KY and TN?

I really hope someone can help me! Thanks in advance!

Deanna




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