Epaphras Cook

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ChartsDescendants of Ellis Cook-6 Generations
Epaphras Cook, son of Ellis Cook and Mary Williams, was born 20 January 1738.1,2,3,4 He died at Livingston, Essex Co., New Jersey, 13 April 1809.2,3,4

Epaphras Cook, of Essex Co., died intestate. His inventory totaled $312.13, was taken by Jonathan Wade and Pell Teed, 17 April 1809, and sworn to by Peter Cook and Abraham Cook, and administrators, 18 Apr 1809.5

Epaphras married Sarah / Rebekah Smith, whose parents are unknown, at Hanover, Morris Co., New Jersey, 4 October 1762.6,1

Family

Sarah / Rebekah Smith
Children

Citations

  1. [S80] George H. Cook, Notes for a Genealogy of the Family of Ellis Cook, of Southampton, L.I., N. Y. (New Brunswick, New Jersey: p.p., [1886]), 14, further cited as Cook, Notes for Ellis Cook.
  2. [S975] William A. D. Eardeley, "Inscriptions from the Town Cemetery, Southampton, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, 1681-1885," Typescript (35 p.) at the Queens Borough Public Library, Jamaica, New York: (1913), microform copy: FHL Film #17924, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5, stone #60, age 71, further cited as "Southampton Cemetery Inscriptions."
  3. [S171] George Rogers Howell, The Early History of Southampton L.I., New York with Genealogies. Revised, Corrected and Enlarged. Albany, New York: Weed, Parsons and Co., 2nd ed., 1887, 216. CD-ROM reprint, Genealogy and History of the Town of Southampton, New York (http://genealogycds.com: genealogycds.com, 2007), further cited as History of Southampton.
  4. [S964] James W. Moore, Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and Some of His Descendants (Easton, Pennsylvania: Chemical Publishing, 1903), 369, further cited as Moore, Moore Genealogy.
  5. [S1998] William Nelson et al., editors, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 13 vols. ([various publishers], 1901-1949), 11:74 (File 10568G), further cited as Nelson et al., Calendar of New Jersey Wills.
  6. [S1325] Jacob Green, W. Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, Church Members, Marriages & Baptisms, at Hanover, Morris Co., N.J. During the Pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green, and to the Settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit: 1746-1796 (Morristown, New Jersey: The Jerseyman, 1893), 13, further cited as Green, Wheeler, and Halsey, Church Members, Marriages & Baptisms, at Hanover, Morris Co., N.J.
  7. [S964] Moore, Moore Genealogy, 374.
  8. [S1990] Charles Ethelbert Willis and Frances Caroline Willis, A History of the Willis Family of New England and New Jersey and Their Ancestors Comprising the Families of Farrand, Ball, Kitchell, Cook, Ward, Fairchild, Plume, Bruen, Smith, Treat, Pierson, Crane, Cooper, Sanford, Sheafe and Others To which is added a History of the Family of John Howard, Esq. of Richmond, Virginia and the Harris and Macleod Families of Georgia (Richmond, Virginia: William A. Garrett, 1916), 310, further cited as Willis and Willis, History of the Willis Family.
This person was last edited on19 Mar 2018