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Cookseys of MD

Cookseys of MD

Posted: 26 Feb 2000 12:39PM GMT
Edited: 22 Sep 2002 1:40AM GMT
Are their any Cookseys from Charles County, MD?? Any info is greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
Melanie

Cooksey lineage in MD

Mary Salisbury (View posts)
Posted: 29 Sep 2000 1:12PM GMT
I have found a Cooksey lineage in Baltimore County, MD that are not related to me.
check there for a possibility abt 1700 or so. Mary

Cookseys in Maryland

Lisa Perry (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jan 2001 7:35AM GMT
Melanie, I've run across several researchers with links to Maryland. Please email me at lpperry@ix.netcom.com with more information on your line and I'll share researcher names and info if I can make a match.

What you know about Samuel d1708 CharlesMD

Posted: 17 Jan 2001 9:25PM GMT
Edited: 14 Oct 2004 6:35AM GMT
Please connect me to your Maryland Researchers. I have extrapolated connection back to Samuel, But am very confused about his wife/wives and lineage going back from him/them. I want to make sure I have the right descendancy before I publish to my immediate family, the history I've collected to date. THANKS.

lemaistre-cooksey?

marc (View posts)
Posted: 13 Feb 2001 5:40PM GMT
Hi. I'm descended from abraham lemaistre b1637/39,St Mary's,MD? married to Elizabeth ??b1639 St Mary's,MD and they lived in "Betty's Delight" (don't know if the place was named after her but no issue on her in the lemaster book.An Alice Cooksey b1639 and married abt 1658 to Abraham.Another source indicated Elizabeth Alice Cooksey. Are they one and the same person? I think so. Alice Cooksey is the mother of Sarah Lemaster married John or Justinian Tennison from England and had a daughter named Christian married first Samuel Cooksey.

Cooksey Connection

Lisa Perry (View posts)
Posted: 14 Feb 2001 5:02PM GMT
Marc, Recommend that you contact both Tim Thomas at TRTHOMAS@peoplepc.com and Carol Molen at bcmolen@juno.com. They have more information on the Lemaster Cooksey lines and are always willing to share. I'm not sure if they already have the Lemaistre-Lemaster connection but how interesting! Thanks for sharing!

Cooksey connection

marc (View posts)
Posted: 16 Feb 2001 9:52AM GMT
Thanks for your information.Good luck.

Re: What you know about Samuel d1708 CharlesMD

Kat (View posts)
Posted: 1 Aug 2001 6:50AM GMT
Surnames: Cooksey
I have replied to you before. Samuel is confusing but I'll give you what I have on him.
Samuel b. before 1653 d. 1708. 1st wife Christian Tennison date unk. b. and d. illegible on record I possess. They had 3 children: Ellizabeth b. 1694; Samuel b. 1700; and Mary b. 1702. There was a 2nd marriage(wife;s name unk.) and as best as I can tell There were 5 children from that marriage. They were:
John LeMaster b. ? d. after 1740; Justinian b. 1696; John 1701Priscilla and William 1702(twins???) . I do have ?'s concerning LeMaster. I can't quite tell the link there. THe notes I have say 2nd by his name and he isn't listed in the next branch of the tree as a child of Samuel. J.L. Cooksey has a better handle on this information than I as he has been researching this since the late 50's. His addy follows:

jcooksey@webtv.com

If you find out anything let me know.

Kat

Re: Cookseys of MD

Posted: 8 Sep 2001 12:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Mar 2004 6:17PM GMT
I have a Philip Cooksey from Charles Co.Maryland.

Re: Cookseys in Maryland

Posted: 1 Jan 2006 2:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Oct 2006 12:03PM GMT
Surnames: Cooksey
I am looking for Cooksey's in Aquasco, Hyattsville, and Surrattsville, Maryland. I believe all are in Prince George County. If you might have information, please email me and I'll send you the info I have. Thanks.
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