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Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 9 Oct 2007 4:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cooke, Mahieu, Mitchell, Washburn, Latham, Packard, Kingman, Leach, Perkins, Bothwell, Howe, Bemis, Miller
Here are two Francis (Mayflower) COOKE lines:

Francis Cooke -m- Hester Mahieu
-Jane Cooke -m- Experience Mitchell
--Elizabeth Mitchell -m- John Washburn
---Samuel Washburn -m- Deborah Packard
----Benjamin Washburn -m- Bethia Kingman
-----Ezra Washburn -m- Susanna Leach
------Hepsibah Washburn -m- Benjamin Perkins
-------Calvin Perkins -m- Catherine Bothwell
--------James Perkins -m- Eunice Howe
---------Fivilla Perkins -m- Leander Bemis
----------Arthur L. Bemis -m- Sarah Miller
-----------Artha Bemis -m- Frank Lester Hughes
------------Arthur Bemis Hughes -m- Living Evans
-------------Living Hughes -m- Living Clark

and:

Francis Cooke -m- Hester Mahieu
-Jane Cooke -m- Experience Mitchell
--Elizabeth Mitchell -m- John Washburn
---Joseph Washburn -m- Hannah Latham
----Hepzibah Washburn -m- Benjamin Leach
-----Susanna Leach -m- Ezra Washburn
------Hepsibah Washburn -m- Benjamin Perkins
-------Calvin Perkins -m- Catherine Bothwell
--------James Perkins -m- Eunice Howe
---------Fivilla Perkins -m- Leander Bemis
----------Arthur L. Bemis -m- Sarah Miller
-----------Artha Bemis -m- Frank Lester Hughes
------------Arthur Bemis Hughes -m- Living Evans
-------------Living Hughes -m- Living Clark

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Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 9 Sep 2008 5:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pinkney,Cooke,Ring and anything on Parfitt
Hi Rod??..I am originally from Barrington,Nova Scotia and have done extentive research on a number of my surnames...but have 'stalled' at about the mid 1700's. It was suggested to me that my line of Cooke links back to the Mayflower... Is it possible for you to confirm or deny this?? My line-Elijah Pinkney B.Aug.12,1802 D.Aug.7,1880,his mother was Louise Cooke who was married to John Pinkney...Louise's father was Ephriam Cooke...no dates but was married to Louise Ring

Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 9 Sep 2008 8:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pinkney,Cooke,Ring and anything on Parfitt
It might be appropriate to take a look at this database for potential guidance or "tips" in your research: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&d...

Can't vouch for the veracity, but one never knows!

Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 9 Sep 2008 10:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cooke, MacKinnon, Mood, Stephens, Ring
Hi,
The following was taken from "Mayflower Families Through five Generations,
Volume Twelve - Francis Cooke" pg. 449. Louisa Cook, d/o Ephraim and Louisa Ring, born 17 August 1768"

"Early Vital Records of the Township of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1762 - 1811" states the following:
Pg. 2 -2: "Tuesday, December 30th, 1794. This day Mr. William Larkins of Argyle and Mrs. Rebecca Pinkney (widow and daughter of Ephraim Cook and Loisa his wife) and of Yarmouth were married by the Rev. Jonathan Scott"
(Please note I copied Larkins and Loisa exactly as the book has it)

pg. 2 -70: "Elizabeth, daughter of John Pinkney (& Louisa his wife) born 6th December AD 1789)".

Do you have the names of all the siblings of John and Louisa?

Nothing of Parfitt.

Valeria Greenwood
(Originally from Shag Harbour)

Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 10 Sep 2008 12:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, I also have the Mayflower Book for Francis Cook, through 5 Generations. I noticed that Ephraim Cook married Louisa Ring, daughter of George and Lucy Chipman Ring and a descendant of Pilgrims, William Brewster and Stephen Hopkins.

I do have the Mayflower book for Stephen Hopkins through 5 Generations as well. I would be happy to gather the information from that as it is also a Mayflower line.

Perhaps someone else may have the Brewser line.
Brenda

Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 2 Dec 2008 8:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Jackson,Thayer,Clark, Smart, Bierce,Harlow, Everson, Taft.
Hi, I'm doing this for my husband. I have the lines but it may or may not related you. Ok, here it is; :)

Francis Cooke m: Hester Mahieu;

Jacob Cooke m: Damaris;

Francis Cooke m: Elizabeth Latham;

Robert Cooke m: Abigail Harlow;

Charles Cooke m: Sarah Everson;

Francis Cooke m: Ruth Bierce;

Francis Cook m. Catherine Taft;

Frinda Cook m: Willard Jackson;

Charles Jackson m: Sarah Thayer

Ernest J Jackson m: Almeda Clark

Emerson E. Jackson m. Bernice Smart

the other two more is still living. I'm protecting their privacy.

Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 2 Dec 2008 8:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Debbie, Jacob Cooke married Damaris Hopkins in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA 6 10 1646.

I have the same information as you after that down to Robert and Abigail Harlow who married in Plympton, Plymouth CO., MA Nov 29 1716. They had 5 children including Charles. I show that Charles married Sarah Tinkham Oct 5 1749 in Kingston, Plymouth CO., MA. Charles married 1st Hannah Faunce, daughter of John and Lydia Cooke, May 30 1738 in Kingston, MA.

I hope t his helps a bit.

Brenda, Cape Cod, Barnstable County, Massachusetts


Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 2 Dec 2008 9:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Oops..I forgot to put Damaris' last name. Thanks for putting there.

Re: Francis (Mayflower) Cooke lines

Posted: 2 Dec 2008 9:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Debbie,

I noticed that you have Pike's in your family. A close
friend of mine is also a Pike descendant and I am pretty sure that they (her ancestors) were originally from the Haverhill, MA area.

She lives in Maine and Haverhill is in Essex CO., MA, close to the New Hampshire border.

I am stuck on my Robert Cook line. He was born in Scituate in 1757 and married Judith Damon, also of Scituate, MA. I descend from them.
Brenda
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