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The ancestry of the Cook family of Hale, Bibb and Perry counties [Alabama]

The Ancestry of the Cook family of Hale, Bibb and Perry counties [Alabama]
compiled by Francis P. Gould
Gould, Francis P. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Stone Mountain, Georgia : F.P. Gould, 1994
140 leaves in various foliations : facsims., geneal. tables, maps.
Updated [ed.]

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Updated edition of original published in 1987.

Includes index.

Martin Cook was born ca. 1774 in Newberry County, South Carolina. His father was probably Jacob Cook (b. ca. 1746). Martin moved to Greene County, Alabama with his wife Elizabeth (1780-185-?) and their four sons and one daughter. Many direct line descendants of these four sons live in Hale, Bibb and Perry counties in Alabama. Martin died in 1846 in Greene County, Alabama. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and elsewhere.

Includes Cook, Key, Averette, Taylor, Arnold, Barnett, Clary, Clement, Gould, Hoggle, Langford, Locaby, Meggs, Payne, Richardson, Tidmore, Washburn, Wyatt and related families.

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