Elizabeth Cook

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ChartsDescendants of Ellis Cook-6 Generations
Elizabeth Cook, daughter of Ellis Cook and Martha Cooper, was born say 1658. She died after 11 December 1701, when she was granted administration of her husband's estate.1

Elizabeth married Thomas Stephens, son of Thomas Stevenson and Maria (…), at Southampton, Suffolk Co., New York, 26 October 1675.2


Thomas Stephens b. bef. Jun 1645, d. 26 Nov 1700
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  1. [S1652] William S. Pelletreau, Early Long Island Wills of Suffolk County, 1691-1703: An Unabridged Copy of the Manuscript Volume Known as the "The Lester Will Book"; Being the Record of the Prerogative Court of the County of Suffolk, New York: With Genealogical and Historical Notes (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1897), 216, further cited as Pelletreau, Early Long Island Wills.
  2. [S968] Henry P. Hedges, William S. Pelletreau, Edward H. Foster, William J. Post and James A. Early, The First Book of Records of the Town of Southampton Long Island, N. Y., With Other Ancient Documents of Historic Value, Six Volumes (title varies). Southampton, New York: Town of Southampton, 1874-1915, 2:243. CD-ROM reprint, Genealogy and History of the Town of Southampton, New York (http://genealogycds.com: genealogycds.com, 2007), further cited as Hedges et al., STR.
  3. [S968] Hedges et al., STR, 2:294.
  4. [S968] Hedges et al., STR, 2:295.
  5. [S968] Hedges et al., STR, 2:301.
  6. [S1988] Henry B. Hoff and Harry Macy Jr., "Thomas Stephens of Southampton," Suffolk County Historical Society Register 21 (Spring 1996): 115-121, at 118-119, further cited as Hoff and Macy, "Thomas Stephens."