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in England, Rev. John Quick of London; Mary, b. 15 Aug. 1646, m., in England, Samuel Annesley, Esq., of Westminster; both the last named daughters were living in 1697, when they were prosecuting a suit for the possession of property formerly belonging to their father. The dau. Mary was not born until after her father returned to England; and the County Court, 5 Oct. 1652, empowered Mr. Henry Dunster and Mr. Joseph Cooke to improve the estate of Col. George Cooke, deceased, for the good of Mary Cooke, the daughter of the said Col. George Cooke, deceased, as also to dispose of the said Mary Cooke for her education as they shall apprehend may be for her best good. Perhaps she was placed in the custody of John Fownell of Charlestown, millwright, as guardian or agent, who sold thirteen acres of land in 1655, describing it as the same which I recovered by law from the estate of George Cooke, Coronell, for the education of his daughter. (Mid. Deeds, i., 109). Col. Cooke probably resided on
in England, Rev. John Quick of London; Mary, b. 15 Aug. 1646, m., in England, Samuel Annesley, Esq., of Westminster; both the last named daughters were living in 1697, when they were prosecuting a suit for the possession of property formerly belonging to their father. The dau. Mary was not born until after her father returned to England; and the County Court, 5 Oct. 1652, empowered Mr. Henry Dunster and Mr. Joseph Cooke to improve the estate of Col. George Cooke, deceased, for the good of Mary Cooke, the daughter of the said Col. George Cooke, deceased, as also to dispose of the said Mary Cooke for her education as they shall apprehend may be for her best good. Perhaps she was placed in the custody of John Fownell of Charlestown, millwright, as guardian or agent, who sold thirteen acres of land in 1655, describing it as the same which I recovered by law from the estate of George Cooke, Coronell, for the education of his daughter. (Mid. Deeds, i., 109). Col. Cooke probably resided on
e empowered as administrators to improve the estate for the good and education of his daughter Mary Cooke.—County Court Records. The supposition is that she was placed in the custody of John Fownell, r, in 1669—married Samuel Annesley, Esq., of Westminster, England—she, Mary Annesley, formerly Mary Cooke, wrote letter to Edward Collins, that she had lately married a younger brother of her mother, here before 1732, and very few before 1736, the date of the earliest gravestones. 1669 Mary Cooke, of the Parish of Martin's-in-the-Fields (London, England), spinster, grants a letter of attoril 19, 1669 (Midd. Registry, III. 417). 1670. Edward Collins, of Medford, attorney of Miss Mary Cooke, of the Parish of Martins-in-the-Fields, to John Rolph (or Rolfe), of Nantucket Island in Nso the farm, containing 500 acres more or less. This was the property he bought in 1670 of Miss Mary Cooke. 1685 John Rolfe, of Cambridge, husbandman, to William Cutter, in consideration that <
oston), m. Wid. Rebecca Cutter, 29 Oct. 1797. Had Adeline, m. John Jarvis, 6 Jan. 1822; and others. See Cutter (par. 37). S Sanderson, Benjamin L., m. Mary Cooke, 26 Oct. 1823. Col. Benjamin L. d. 16 Aug. 1840, a. 39. Saunders, Widow, d. at Capt. Adams's, 19 Apr. 1763, a. 85. Lucy, m. Samuel Estabrook, 30 Apr. 1803. he Pct. 1787. At that time in that society were Ebenezer, Ebenezer, Jr., and Ebenezer, Senior, of this name. A beloved sister Swan (perhaps Swain), funeral (Rev. Mr. Cooke) 15 Aug. 1775. Walter, d. 6 June, 1797, a. 4 yrs. Mrs. Elizabeth. d. 24 Jan. 1799, a. 76. Miss Phebe, d. 17 June, 1802, a. 16. Mr. John, d. 8 Sept. 1802, a., and w. Rhoda, were adm. this ch. 6 Oct. 1805. (She was Rhoda Cutter, and they-both of Charlestown — were m. at Medford, 31 May, 1785. He had a former wife, Mary Cooke, in Medford. See Cutter Book, 116-17, 383, corrected in Wyman's Chas., 935, group 6.) He had Rhoda, m. Levi Pollard (both of Medford), and m. there 18 Nov. 180