Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together
When I set up the tree for George, I noticed some info on a George Washington Cook, so maybe that is the George W. you mentioned. Now that I know George's sons, I'll add them to the tree and maybe get some more hints.
Hello Kathryn. I am a nw member to Charlotte county New Brunswick genealogy also researching my Loyalist Cook families from 1710. Patriarch Jacob Cook. Included in the Loyalist line are other repeated surnames: Lambert, Greenlaw, Nickerson, Williams, Eye, and more. My grit grit grandfather was named MARINER COOK born 1837 in either Calais,Maine or St. Stephen, NB! Maine. Hospitals and doctors were in Maine, across the bridge. He married Esther Elizabeth Williams in 1860. His father was John Cook; mother was Eliza Richardson. Esther,s parents were John Williams and Sasha Nickerson, both from Dufferin area/ St Stephen. Would be willing to share about your Cook family? Valentines Day 2018, Karen
P.S.John Cook’s father was James Warren Cook, also a sea captain. Were,t most of them living near the sea and coast. Or perhaps they were lumber men.