Ancestral Family Topic 492

 492   Mr. Cook
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We have yet to identify the Cook husband of Sylvania Raines, who may have lived in Dinwiddie County.
The only John Cook who bought and sold land in Amelia County before 1790 was the husband of Judith Woodson. 
Sylvia’s deeds of gift in confirm her children were certainly James the father of Frederick M. Cook, Henry Jones, Sarah, and Sylvia Cook,  undoubtedly Raines Cook, and very likely Thomas Cook. She may have been the female more than 45 years of age in the household of Susanna Cook, James’ widow, in 1810.

Descendants of Mr. Cook
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Names found in this topic include the following.
 Lt. James Cook (1750-1804),  
 Raines Cook (c.1750-1814),  
Elizabeth Williamson,  William Cross Craddock,   
Lucy Cook,  John Townes,  
 Thomas Cook (-1819),  
Thomas Mitchell,  Martha Vaughan,   Joel Motley,   Phillip Williams Jr.,   
Elizabeth Cook,  Edward Franklin,  
John Franklin,  Martha J. Anderson,  Elizabeth R. Hopkins,  Price Hopkins,  Frances G. Claytor,  
Martha Ann Franklin,  Daniel Dejarnatt,   
Thomas Franklin,  Judith E. Anderson,  
William Franklin,  
Mary Jane Franklin,  John Pettus,  
James Franklin,  Emeline J. Leftwich,  
Elizabeth Sarah Franklin,  Jarrell,  
Edward Franklin,  
Robert Vaughan Franklin,  
Aisley Motley Franklin,  
Thomas Cook,  Dorothea L. Brown,  
William Cook,  Elizabeth Hundley,  
Mary Cook,  John A. Adams,   
Martha Cook,  Samuel Wilkinson,  
Ann Cook,  William Davis,  
 Henry Jones Cook,  
 Sarah (Cook) Wilkinson (-1820),  
Stephen Wilkinson,  Tabitha Morgan,   
Frederick T. Wilkinson,  
Elizabeth Raines Wilkinson,  Burton,  
 Sylvia (Cook) Motley Sayre,  
Joel Motley,   
John Harper,  William Craddock,   Josiah Hundley,  
Matthew Robertson,   Daniel Sayre,  
George Baldwin,  
Nathaniel M. Motley,  
Sally R. Motley,  James H. Thurston,  George Baldwin,  
Paschal Motley,  

This family topic includes the following notable individuals.
Soldiers of colonial and American wars
Raines Cook - Revolutionary War Thomas Cook - Revolutionary War

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