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Lori Jarvis
RE: cook family
Thanks Patricia,

I don't have that book, but I will look into it for sure.

Yes and Aunt Betty was cremated and Tenny her husband took care of her ashes and may have had them buried near her mom and dad, not sure I cannot remember.
Tenny past away in Iberia Missouri where he went back to his family a few years after Aunt Betty passed away and is buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery, near Tuscumbia, Missouri.

I know Kenneth and Shirley also, they were close with my dad and mom.

Happy Researching,

Added by Lori Jarvis on Jan 08, 2012 10:37 PM
Lori Jarvis
Cook Line
Hello there fellow family,

Thank you Patricia, we contacted earlier about the Cook side of the family. I did not realize this was you here on this post.

My great grandparents are also John Henry Cook and Victoria Palmer Cook. My grandfather was David Aurnul Cook his father being John Henry Cook and Victoria Palmer Cook.

I grew up near my grandfather from age 9 when my family moved to Molalla, Oregon from Boise. My dad was Don Alan Cook. I also grew up with Uncle Que and Aunt Grace here in Molalla and we called them our aunt and uncle, also there daughter Aunt Betty Cook King, husband Uncle Tenny King.

I also know of Uncle Clifford according to my dad, I do have a young photo posted that dad had in some of his albums.

I believe Aunt Grace, Uncle Que and Aunt Betty are buried here in Molalla at Adams Cemetery. When it gets a bit dryer outside I will try to get up there and get photos for those who may be interested.

To all family, researching is a great way to know you will always have someone out there that still believes that family is precious, no matter what year they were born in or which generation.

Lori Cook Jarvis (My Dad-Don Alan Cook)
Added by Lori Jarvis on Jan 04, 2012 9:12 PM
Trisha Cook
Cook line
Hi Patricia! My name is also Trisha! I am 24 years old and my Dad (David Cook) is the son of James Clifford Cook. From the pics you uploaded I am guessing you are my common relative descending through my dad's "Uncle Cue"'s line. Perhaps your parent and my dad know each other? I hope this message gets to you!

I am just starting my research on the Cook line, and I realize we seem to be at a stand-still going up more than a generation from John Henry!

I was thrilled to type in his name and have pictures of the gravesites come up! Thank you for taking the pictures!

My Grandpa, James Clifford Cook is buried in Oregon. Though, I've never seen his gravesite, but remember him vividly from when he was alive.

I'd love to collaborate with you and see what we can get rolling on together. Shoot me a message back, or an email anytime!

Added by Trisha Cook on Feb 20, 2011 12:33 AM
Jennifer Palmer
I needed to go back a couple of generations to make a connection. I am Married to a Palmer and it is his line. I went back to George A Palmer and Phebe Draper. My husband goes through Zemira Palmer. You come through Zemira's brother William George Palmer. This is your line: William George Palmer > William George Palmer > David Moroni Palmer > Victoria Palmer > Olivie May Cook (1902-1973)
The sisters are Almira Alverda Cook (1909-1927) born: 17 March 1909 in Millard Co. and Clella Delaie Cook ( 1913-1919) I found that you listed Clella Delaie Cook on you need to enter her information into the
I am sorry, I don't think I can help you this summer. I am working on three to five Families. I am putting on a Palmer Reunion for my Husband Family and I am getting paid to work on the Kershaw Family on my side of the Family and John X. Smith's Booth for the 24th of July Booth. I am from Beaver, Utah and I can't get up to Idaho to do the research. I feel really bad that I can't help you right now. I don't know if this website will help you. but try it. I wish that i could be more help. sorry
Added by Jennifer Palmer on Jun 27, 2010 11:24 PM
Betsy Hansen
RE: Horton gravestone
No, we have no Cooks that I know of on this Hansen line and I have gone back to the 6th century (undocumented mostly from It was fun finding all the Hortons. I am not finished treking through the entire cemetery so I may find others that I will forward to you. The weather turned too cold and windy but we were up to the high 50s today so I hope to get back there soon.
Added by Betsy Hansen on Apr 07, 2010 7:20 PM
Penny Burgess Gough
RE: genealogy question
Dear Patricia,
I have looked around and I must say I'm not being of much help. I did find a Idaho Marriage Certificate @ and also the majority of people that have Almira Cook in there lines on also say she died in Firth Idaho. But I couldn't find any record or Headstone. Sorry i couldn't be of more help. and the baby boy I could not find anything on either.

Added by Penny Burgess Gough on Apr 07, 2010 10:30 AM
Penny Burgess Gough
RE: genealogy question
I do Geneaology as well yes. I will look into the information you have provided and see if I can dig anything up for you.

Added by Penny Burgess Gough on Apr 07, 2010 9:42 AM

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