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ocke), were also Precinct Clerks at different periods, the former holding the office five years, and the latter sixteen years. The authorities which have been consulted in obtaining dates and facts are specified in various portions of the work. The precinct and town records have, of course, been much relied upon, and information from them, as well as from gravestones, is given, as far as practicable, in the phraseology originally used. The church records have been found invaluable. Rev. Mr. Cooke, first minister of the Precinct (1739-1783), was an admirable recorder, whose specialty was the church records, and the Precinct births, baptisms, marriages and deaths. The records by Rev. Dr. Fiske cover forty years (1788-1828). Care has been taken to make proper reference in the text to two valuable recent publications—those of Rev. Dr. Paige and Thomas B. Wyman—from which important facts have been derived. Reference is also made to these works when further information on the subjec
ontain the statement that Capt. Cooke, or Mr. George Cooke, had imprimis, one dwelling-house, with m1639, of the little runnet that cometh from Capt. Cooke's mill.—Midd. Registry, i. 175. Cookery, i. 173, 4, 5, 6; II. l; &c. In 1643 Capt. George Cooke was one of the Commissioners—three in numajor in Cromwell's army, very probably in Colonel Cooke's regiment, and was represented in Mitchelhich he recovered by law from the estate of George Cooke, colonel, for the education of his daughterall the estate found in New England, of Colonel George Cooke, late in Ireland, deceased—names the dwthe ancient road to Woburn from Cambridge. Capt. Cooke and others were appointed by the General Coard Spy Pond. Edward Winship was attorney for Cooke, May 17, 1665.—Proprietors' Records. (See Paigate to Concord Road, is the mill-lane, once Capt. Cooke's, now known as Water street. William Cutteich mill, when it was in being, was called Captain Cooke's Mill. I, this deponent, also do know [21 more.