|Birth: ||Jun. 1, 1835|
|Death: ||Feb. 9, 1908|
Parents: Edmund Cook, Mary Ann O Brien
Spouse: Jennette Rebecca Owen
The following information is taken from the Church of Christ publication, The Gospel Advocate, published on March 26, 1908, page 204.
William Cook was born, in Virginia, in 1834, and died on February 9, 1908. He united with the church about the year 1872. He was content to believe the gospel without prefix or suffix. He will be missed from the church and the home circle, as he was devoted to both. He leaves a wife, two sons, four daughters, and a host of friends to mourn after him. We would say to the grief-stricken wife and children: Strive to live a better life and meet your companion and Father in the glory land, where the blood-washed ones have a right to the tree of life and will be permitted to enter in through the gates into the city. The lives of the good are the heritage of the ages. While they are with us, we look on their good acts with admiration and are prone to criticize their mistakes; when they leave us, we remember only their noble acts, while the things that are unseeming in them perish with their dust. The funeral services were conducted by the writer, at the home in McConnnell, Tenn., in the presence of a host of relatives and friends. The remains were carried to Fulton, Ky., and laid to rest in the City Cemetery; to await the resurrection morning.
(Information submitted by William Etheridge.)
Gospel Advocate, March 26, 1908, page 204.
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Record added: Oct 02, 2012
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Dear Greatgrand Dad I wish I could have meet you but I was not born to after you passed, I still love you Granddad talked about you allways good|
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