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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Sarah Jane Cook: Birth: 1828 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  2. Amelia Catherine Cook: Birth: 1830 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  3. Mary Pocahontas Cook: Birth: 09 NOV 1830 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  4. Lucinda Mitchell Cook: Birth: 1833 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  5. John T. Cook: Birth: 03 JUN 1836 in Franklin County, Alabama. Death: 19 AUG 1882 in Texarkana, Miller County, Arkansas

  6. James W. Cook: Birth: 1838 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  7. Martha Ann Cook: Birth: 1840 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  8. Joseph F. Cook: Birth: 1842 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  9. Minerva Adeline Cook: Birth: 1842 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  10. David W. Cook: Birth: 1844 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  11. Melvina Cook: Birth: 1846 in Franklin County, Alabama.

  12. Harvey C. Cook: Birth: 1847 in Hempstead County, Arkansas.

  13. William M. Cook: Birth: 15 JAN 1850 in Hempstead County, Arkansas. Death: 02 NOV 1884 in Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas

  14. Finis B. Cook: Birth: 1856 in Hempstead County, Arkansas.


Notes
a. Note:   Joseph Cook was a sheriff. He died in a "shoot out" in 1858 in Falcon, Arkansas. In 1860 his wife was living in Bastrop, Texas according to the 1860 Census. Her brother came with oxen drawn wagon to help her move to Uvalde, Texas. See story in Lucinda Bates' notes.
According to the family history written by William Stowt Bates in 1920, Joseph Thomas Cook served as sheriff of Franklin County, Alabama in the 1840's. "Serving one term made him a financial success. Soon after removed his family to Hemstid (Hempstead) County, Arkansas and later killed in an altercation with Col. Gant of that county, leaving his widow, several daughters and son Capt. John Cook, a Confederate soldier, who gave one arm to the lost cause."


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