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John Cook, Sr., of Flat Run
m. bef. 1729
  1. John Cook, Sr., of Flat Run1729 - 1795
m. Sept. 1752
  1. Mary Cook1768 - 1862
  2. Isaac Cook, of Flat Run
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Name John Cook, Sr., of Flat Run
Gender Male
Birth? 1729 Chester County, Pennsylvania
Marriage Sept. 1752 to Margaret Blair
Residence[1] 1785 Bourbon, Kentucky, United StatesFlat Run
Death? 1795 Bourbon, Kentucky, United States
Other[1] abt 1811 Bourbon, Kentucky, United Statesnamed in court record
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Ardery, Julia Hoge Spencer. Kentucky records: early wills and marriages, copied from court house records by regents, historians and the state historian; old bible records and tombstone inscriptions; records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott, and Shelby counties. (Lexington, Kentucky: Keystone Printery, Inc., c1932)
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    RANDOM NOTES FROM SUITS FILED IN OFFICE OF CIRCUIT CLERK

    Adair-Wigginton Suit, Box 585-1823
    [No date, but filed with other papers dated 1811]

    Papers filed in suit:
    - Deposition of Robert Nesbit states he came to Ky. in the spring of 1785 and that John Cook, Sr., lived where his son Isaac Cook "now lives on Flat Run."
    - Henry Timberlake states he came to Ky., 1790 with his father's family.
    - George Redmon's will filed, named
    --- brother-in-law, William Bruce;
    --- wife, Nancy;
    --- sons, Thomas, Charles, George, William;
    --- daus., Elizabeth, Mary, Margaret, Sarah and John.
    --- Extrs.: wife and bro., William Redmon.
    - Written Dec. 31, 1789. Probated Nov. 1790. (Note: From will it seems his wife had daughters of their own).
    - Robert McClelland came to place whereon his brother, Elisha McClelland "now lives" with his father in 1784.
    - Robert Champ's deposition.
    - Benjamin Forsythe's will.
    - Deposition of Mary Timberlake, aged 71 yrs., states that her husband, Richard Timberlake, decd., was half-brother of Benjamin Forsythe and that in 1790 her husband removed his family from Hanover County to Ky.