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Re: COOK, Allen Houston/HILL, Helen
Posted by: linda shaw (ID *****2624) Date: February 13, 2009 at 18:36:21
In Reply to: COOK, Allen Houston/HILL, Helen by Leesa Stevens of 1914

see first response by patricia for 1900 census. do u have access? this is the correct family.also the 1920 census in ohio and 1930 census posted. do u have them?
1910 ogdensburg
Frank M Cook 31 married 10 yrs, 3 kids born, he is a policeman for the city.they rent on morrison st.
Elizabeth L Cook 29
Elizabeth H Cook 10 single in 1954 as per allen obit
Margaret P Cook 8 (wed moreau)
Clorison A Cook 5 this is c.allen, brother to houston
Syracuse Herald-Journal
Elizabeth Cook Miss Elizabeth H Cook 76 of Manlius formerly of Hickory Street died today in at local nursing home ter a long illness Mrs Cook was an employe of Foundry for 27 years retiring four years ago Surviving are two sisters Mrs Margaret Mereau of Manlius and Mrs Raymond Snyder of North Syracuse and a brother Houston M Cook of Elbridge Services will be at the convenience of the family at the Newell Funeral Home Manlius Burial will be in Fabius Evergreen Cemetery There are n

Saturday, November 13, 1976 Syracuse, New York



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