Persons with the Surname 'Cook'

The Cook Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'C000'

183 individuals have the surname 'Cook'.

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Hazel Whilamina Cook (8 May 1896—)
Mary Elizabeth Cook (16 Mar 1895—)
Pearl Ludella Cook (1 Apr 1894—before 1901)
Elizabeth Cook (about 1851—)
Sarah Elizabeth Cook (—)
? Cook (between 1790 and 1800—)
? Husbandofisabellamcmurphy Cook (—before 1861)
Abbey John Cook (about 1886—)
Abigail Cook (about 1868—)
Adah Frances Cook (about 1878—7 Dec 1881)
Albert A. Cook (about 1848—)
Albert George Cook (2 Jul 1880—)
Alceste Zatilda Cook (29 Dec 1852—)
Algina Cook (about 1851—)
Alice Cook (about 1861—)
Alson David Cook (about 1885—)
Ann Cook (28 Nov 1845—27 Dec 1913)
Ann Elizabeth Cook (about 1856—)
Anna Cook (about 1833—5 Dec 1869)
Anna Lena Cook (29 Apr 1879—6 Nov 1884)
Arthur Cook (3 Aug 1877—Private)
Arthur Cook (13 Apr 1883—1920)
Arthur Wellington Cook (5 Sep 1871—)
Arthur William Cook (about 1867—)
Beatrice Eveline Cook (8 Apr 1876—29 Jul 1933)
Beatrice Maude Cook (3 Oct 1892—)
Benjamin Cook (about 1878—)
Blanche Cook (Mar 1909—)
Burton Franklin Cook (11 Feb 1897—)
Caroline Elizabeth Cook (21 Apr 1860—)
Charity Matilda Cook (23 May 1863—26 Oct 1938)
Charles Cook (about 1862—)
Charles Spencer Cook (about 1853—)
Charlotte Cook (about 1878—)
Charlotte Ann Cook (about Jul 1845—7 Dec 1847)
Chester Willoughby Cook (5 Feb 1899—)
Cora M. Cook (20 Jul 1890—)
Cyrus W. Cook (about 1865—)
Daniel Cook (about 1824—between 1863 and 1870)
Edward Cook (Dec 1864—)
Eli Edwin Cook (12 Feb 1874—)
Elias Cook (—)
Eliza Cook (between 1824 and 1856—)
Eliza Alberta Cook (3 May 1862—)
Eliza Jane Cook (about 1832—)
Eliza Jane Cook (about 1859—)
Eliza Jane Cook (28 Feb 1872—)
Elizabeth Cook (—)
Elizabeth Cook (between 1777 and 1809—)
Elizabeth Cook (about 1822—between 1864 and 1870)
Elizabeth Alice Cook (19 Aug 1861—)
Elizabeth Jane Cook (11 Mar 1878—)
Ellen Catharine Cook (22 Nov 1902—)
Ellen Elizabeth Cook (7 Apr 1867—1933)
Eloise Cook (about 1890—)
Emerson Cook (about 1850—)
Emily Cook (about 1852—)
Emily A. Cook (6 Feb 1863—)
Emma Cook (14 Oct 1883—)
Ernest Carlton Cook (11 Sep 1895—)
Ernest Edwin Cook (22 Oct 1900—17 May 1904)
Ethel Cook (May 1897—)
Eva Selina Cook (14 Aug 1898—)
Florence Gwendolen Cook (25 Aug 1904—)
Francis Edward Cook (10 Dec 1865—)
Frederick Chester Cook (24 Aug 1880—)
Frederick John Cook (2 Feb 1895—Private)
Frederick William Cook (about 1863—)
George Cook (about 1830—)
George Cook (about 1883—)
Grace Cook (28 Oct 1891—)
Harvey Francis Cook (27 Jan 1889—)
Henry E. Cook (about 1851—)
Herbert Cook (about 1865—)
Hiram Albert "Bert" Cook (23 Mar 1880—Private)
Ila May Catherine Cook (31 Mar 1901—)
Infant Cook (14 Aug 1898—14 Aug 1898)
Isaac Alonzo Cook (11 Jan 1844—21 Jan 1913)
Jabez Cook (—)
James Cook (about Jul 1818—30 May 1855)
James Cook (12 May 1824—21 Jul 1902)
James Cook (1 Apr 1845—)
James F. Cook (about 1857—)
James Henry Cook (7 Jun 1857—1945)
James Luther Cook (17 Sep 1853—16 Nov 1897)
James William Cook (18 Feb 1868—1947)
Jane Cook (about 1829—12 Mar 1898)
Jane Cook (3 Feb 1847—12 Jan 1896)
Jane Cook (about 1847—)
Janneta Cook (13 Oct 1893—)
John Cook (about 1856—)
John Cook (about 1857—)
John Cook (19 Oct 1857—)
John Cook (about 1858—)
John Cook (20 Jul 1876—)
John F. Cook (3 Dec 1883—)
John H. Cook (about 1853—14 Jan 1881)
John Hiram Cook (about 1859—)
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