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Agnes Bushey Cooke
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Birth: Apr. 14, 1879
Death: Jul. 9, 1920

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Mrs. O.W. Argo, 1706 South Ervay street, received news yesterday morning of the death of her sister, Mrs. John Esten Cooke, of Rockdale. The funeral will take place at Rockdale Monday morning. Mrs. Cooke was widely known and esteemed in Texas, particularly among the newspaper people, her husband being editor and proprietor of the Rockdale Reporter, also president of the Texas Press Association, having been elected to the latter position by the convention recently held at Houston. Dallas Morning News, July 11, 1920
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From her Texas certificate of death
Name: Mrs. Agness Cooke
Death Date: 09 Jul 1920
Death Place: Rockdale, Milam, Texas
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 14 Apr 1879
Birthplace: Detroit, Mich
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: Joseph Bushey
Father's Birthplace: Detroit, Mich
Mother's Name: Elizabeth
Occupation: Housewife
Cemetery: I.O.O.F. Cemetery
Informant: J.E. Cooke, Rockdale, Tex
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  John Esten Cooke (1873 - 1940)*
  Agnes Cooke Wallis (1900 - 1999)*
  Clara Esten Cooke Kohlenberg (1905 - 2000)*
  William Henderson Cooke (1907 - 1991)*
*Calculated relationship
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Milam County
Texas, USA
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Record added: Jun 04, 2011
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