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John B. Cook
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Birth: 1841
Rush County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jul. 19, 1926
Decatur County
Indiana, USA

John B. Cook was the youngest child of Giles and Martha Brown Cook of Rush Co., Indiana.

Obit from the Knightstown Banner, Henry Co., Indiana:
"John Cook, aged 86 years, died at the Odd Fellows Home, Greensburg, Monday evening at 6 o'clock. He formerly lived at Ogden. Mr. Cook and his wife went to the Home seven years ago, and she died two years ago. In Mr. Cook's father's family there were six children, of whom the deceased was the youngest and last to pass away. One son, Charles Cook, of Whittier, Calif., survives.

Funeral services for Mr. Cook were held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 in the chapel at the Home, with burial in the Home cemetery beside his wife."

John was married first to Mary M. Stanley in 1867 and second to Eliza J. Cheek in 1877. He and Eliza had one son Emory E. John had a son Charles L. by his first wife Mary.
Family links: 
  Giles Cook (1812 - 1879)
  Martha Brown Cook (1812 - 1841)
  Eliza Jane Cheek Cook (1855 - 1924)*
  Allison Cook (1834 - 1902)*
  George Cook (1835 - 1895)*
  Phoebe Cook Trowbridge (1836 - 1900)*
  Elizabeth Anne Cook (1837 - ____)*
  Eliza Jane Cook Parkhurst-Coulter (1839 - 1909)*
  John B. Cook (1841 - 1926)
  William Cook (1842 - 1908)**
  Amanda Jane Cook Duffey (1850 - 1927)**
*Calculated relationship
South Park Cemetery
Decatur County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Lisa Wallen Logsdon
Record added: May 21, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52651678
John B. Cook
Added by: Lisa Wallen Logsdon
John B. Cook
Added by: Russell Wilhoit
John B. Cook
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Here is a small flower for your unmarked grave in the IOOF Section in South Park, hopefully you are buried next to your wife in this section, as she also lies in a unmarked grave,with no known location except this section.
- Russell Wilhoit
 Added: May. 23, 2010

- Lisa Wallen Logsdon
 Added: May. 21, 2010

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