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Henry COOKE was born 2 June 1615 in England. Henry COOKE was the child of ? and ?
Henry was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1638.
Marriage(s) and Child(ren):
He married Judith BIRDSALL 29 June 1639 in Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony . The couple had (at least) 10 children. Judith BIRDSALL was born bef. 2 June 1611 in Norwich, Norfolk, England. She died 11 September 1689 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA.
Henry COOKE died 25 December 1661 in Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Possible parents: Edmund Cooke and Elizabeth Nicholls
Details of the family tree of Henry appear below.
FAMILIES OF ANCIENT NEW HAVEN. (ONLINE DATABASE NEWENGLANDANCESTORS.ORG. NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 2008.) ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AS NEW HAVEN GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE. VOLS. I-VIII. COMPILED BY DONALD LINES JACOBUS. 8 VOLS. ROME, NEW YORK: CLARENCE D. SMITH, 1923-1932. PAGE 435
The ancestors from whom most of the Cooks in New England trace their descent, came from Herefordshire and Kent, in England. The ancestral branch from whom those of the name trace their origin, now resident in various parts of the state, came from Kent, and were of the Puritan stock.
Henry Cook was at Plymouth, Mass., before 1640. He had sons, Isaac, John, Henry and Samuel. Isaac is supposed to have remained at Plymouth, and John to have...Read MORE...
- 1615 Birth
2 June 1615
, England (United Kingdom)
Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Immigration: 1638 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
- 1639 Marriage / Partner
Henry COOKE and Judith BIRDSALL 29 June 1639, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
- 1640 Birth of Child
Isaac COOKE was born 3 April 1640, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
- 1641 Birth of Child
Samuel COOKE was born 30 September 1641, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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