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came to New England in 1635, in the same vessel with Rev. Thomas Shepard, the minister of Cambridge. He was then twenty-five years of age, and he and his brother Joseph Cooke were registered as servants, as a disguise to enable them the more easily to leave England. Immediately on his arrival, he purchased, in connection with hen living in Ireland, where he probably died about 1673. In 1652 the inventory of the estate of Colonel George Cooke was accepted, and Mr. Henry Dunster and Mr. Joseph Cooke were empowered as administrators to improve the estate for the good and education of his daughter Mary Cooke.—County Court Records. The supposition is that sden had bought of Nathaniel Sparhawk's executors 289 acres, bounded S. on Fresh Pond and E. on Alewife River, in 1653 (Paige, 586). John Adams bought of Mr. Joseph Cooke (brother of Colonel George Cooke) of Stannaway, co. Essex, England, by deed in the seventeenth year of King Charles II., 1664, thirteen acres meadow and upla
t19944 John Dix84110 Geo. Lawrence's Heirs2105 Nathan Blodgett113474 John Whitney's h'rs2105 John Hutchinson119783 Joseph Willington13630 Samuel Bemis19265 George Willington19944 Seth Wyman7317 Samuel Winship6315 Josiah Parker18262 Joseph Cooke42011 Samuel Swan, Ch'n14732 Thomas Fessenden3108 Town of Medford5211 Capt. Francis Brown42011 Sermon, No. 1628, by Mr. Cooke, was on the Thanksgiving —Continental, after the Surrender of Cornwallis, appointed for Dec. 13, 1781. It begMr. Cooke, was on the Thanksgiving —Continental, after the Surrender of Cornwallis, appointed for Dec. 13, 1781. It begins: As God shall assist me, I shall improve, and apply to America on this very joyful occasion, the Song of David, the sweet Psalmist of Israel—as recorded in 124th Psalm—And I can recollect no words in the Bible, more adapted to our case—or better suited to the joyful solemnity of this day. The words are here given. He continues, The United States of America, with gratitude, may adopt the language of this Divine Song. While we rejoice in God, and in our religious assemblies * * * God gr