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Text:"...588 JohnCook, Pioneer settler of Illinois, One of the Founders of the Town of Collinsville JohnCook, subject of this sketch, was born in Hesse-Homberg, Germany, January 1st, 1769. He came..."
Date:1916
Place:Illinois, USA
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Text:"... of their married life. The monuments erected to their memory are still standing. JohnCook and wife were Baptists, members of Bethel Church. JohnCook, though not a large land owner, was possessed of considerable..."
Date:1916
Place:Illinois, USA
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Text:"..., is now lying under sentence of death, in the gaol of Stafford, for the wilful murder of John Parsons Cook. ^Your petitioners hare carefnlly perused the evidence for and against the prisoner on the trial..."
Date:1856
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of JohnCook, a pioneer resident of Illinois and first settler of CoUinsville, as gleaned from the records handed down to his descendants, and which has not been published in full in any history of our..."
Date:1916
Place:Illinois, USA
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Text:"..., and thoroughly deserved the warm applause bestowed noon their efforts. They have evidently carefully trained together and the effect is one which is very well balanced and pleasing to the listener. Mr. JohnCook..."
Date:Nov 21 1902
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Palmer, the brother of Mr. William Palmer, who already stands committed on a charge of the wilful murder of Mr. John Parsons Cook, and who has also been convii:ted of the wilful murder of his wife..."
Date:Jan 14 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and papered and put in lirst-olass condition, and tho council has extended a vote of thanks to Messrs. Jaeobson Dl man for their kindness in complying with tho wishes of tho members. Good for JohnJ. Cook. Word..."
Date:June 24 1897
Publication:Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... SHENANDOAH -- Leonard ^ay evening at 7:30 at the United[the Kennedy bill. Section .should be the operation.’Va lifelong resident of Keezletown,i JohnCook, 82, a retired boiler-,''^ool Growers, R. (’ Cupp..."
Date:Jan 28 1959
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... of Mrs. JohnCook of Ridgewood, N.J. and the late Mr. Cook; and of Mrs. Willard H. Cummings of Skowhegan, Me., and New York and the late Mr. Cummings He is the godson of William H. Vanderbilt, former..."
Date:June 22 1970
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...; :or'state highway, purposes-in the town of Shandaken by a Republi- can Judge in 1938. His son; JohnCook, under a Republican Admin- istration. IS ft YprrfPtinn at'Block Kingston, N. Y. His daughter..."
Date:Sep 16 1940
Publication:Kingston, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Michael's Church in New Orleans. The bride's sister. Miss Mercedes Jackson, was maid of honor, and JohnCook, brother of the groom, was i best man. There were four bridesmaids, dressed in pastel shades..."
Date:Apr 16 1940
Publication:Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"... Mr Griffith will be graduated from Iowa State in May in me chanical engineering Suzanne Ellen Strand daugh ter of Mrand Mrs L R Strand of Manly will be married June 6 to Dave JohnCook son of Col..."
Date:May 6 1964
Publication:Mason City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... father the bride had Mrs Henry Lizotte as matron of honor Bridesmaids were the Misses Carolyn French and Rose Marie Bunker Arlene Cook the bridegrooms sister was flower girl JohnCook Jr was his brothers..."
Date:Sep 26 1960
Publication:Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... was.a'son of the late JohnCook, being.junior member of. the firm of J. W. Cook Son, Hereford dealera, until his father's death some years ago. He contin- ued the business under the same name..."
Date:Nov 1 1930
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Rfver Fort. Rouge .3855 aminations ments, _ Uncle Missing. A. J. Cook, of Delorame, Man., is seeking informa- tion about his uncle, JohnCook, who came from .KendaJ, Westmoreland, Eng. He was a son..."
Date:July 10 1917
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:".... Morris Run enjoyed an outmg daughter of Mrs. JohnJ. Cook chose a floor len^h gown of and children of Mansf^ld and at Jack Reid’s camp up the of LawrenceviUe and the late white mth a white flower pnnt. Mr..."
Date:May 9 1974
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of their daughter, Marguerite M., lo JohnJ. Cook, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. Cook of 51 Wcsl Fifth street. Miss Coyle is a graduate of Lowell high school and is a member of the Girl Officers alumnae. She..."
Date:July 7 1957
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., besides all the above mentioned, the parents of the.groom, Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Cook, Rev. and Mrs. John Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeFonw, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tait, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sandlge, Mr. and Mrs. Dolan..."
Date:June 18 1962
Publication:Scottsdale, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"...- of Judge John H. Baker. . THE SALEM BANK was organized in 1854 by JohnCook and Thomas G. "Harris, both of whom axe'^dec^ed. Wetness w^as then con- -William H. Ny Wm. Lehman Expired After a Illness. William..."
Date:Sep 4 1914
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...'clock. Interment at Vine-land, N. J. Friends may view the remains Sunday afternoon alter 3 o'clock. In this city, on the :'2d Inst.. JohnJ. Cook, hi the 6Jd The. relatives and friend-i of the family, nlso Masonic..."
Date:Dec 24 1909
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America