Mary Cory

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ChartsAncestors of Wilford Ervie Billings
Mary Cory, daughter of William Cory and Mary Earle, was born at Rhode Island, about 1666.1,2 She died at Rhode Island, after March 1744, when she made a deposition saying she was in her 77th year.1,2

Mary married Thomas Cook, son of John Cook "alias Butcher" and Mary Borden, about 1692.2

Family

Thomas Cook b. abt. 1666, d. 17 May 1726
Children
  • Deborah Cook3 b. say 1694, d. aft. 1747
  • Joseph Cook3 b. say 1697
  • Mary Cook3 b. say 1700, d. aft. 1727
  • Stephen Cook+2 b. 26 Mar 1703, d. 26 Mar 1803
  • Chaplin Cook3 b. say 1707
  • Amy Cook3 b. say 1712

Citations

  1. [S525] Al Bertus Cory, Corys of America: Ancestors and Descendants: Volume II, 2nd ed. (Jacksonville, Florida: p.p., 1994), 1-9, further cited as Cory, Corys of America: Vol II.
  2. [S1498] Jane Fletcher Fiske, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island: A Genealogy of Thomas Cooke alias Butcher of Netherbury, Dorsetshire, England, who came to Taunton, Massachusetts, in 1637 and settled in Portsmouth, Rhode Island in 1643, 2 vols. (Boxford, Massachusetts: p.p., 1987), 72, further cited as Fiske, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island.
  3. [S1498] Fiske, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island, 73.
This person was last edited on15 May 2020