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bullet John Yeoman COOKE was baptized in 1811 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. He was born on 21 Mar 1811 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. He was baptized on 12 Apr 1811 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. He died on 25 Feb 1870 in Levis, Levis Co., Quebec, Canada. He was buried in English Churchyard, Point Levi, Quebec. Parents: John Yeoman COOKE and Mary Ann GLANVILLE.

He was married to Mary McKillop .


bullet Mary Ann COOKE was born on 20 Sep 1817 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. She was baptized on 13 Oct 1824 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. She died on 7 Nov 1889 in Leeds, Quebec. She was buried in Baptist Chapel Cemetery, old Goff farm, Leeds, Quebec. Parents: John Yeoman COOKE and Mary Ann GLANVILLE.

She was married to Zechariah Goff about 1843 in Leeds, Quebec. Children were: Edwin Alfred Goff, Emma Glanville Goff, Henry Fred Goff, Arthur W. Goff, Caroline Goff, Frederick Goff, Glanville Goff.


bullet Minnie COOKE Parents: Frederick William COOKE and Jessie Jane Hargrave.


bullet Sarah COOKE was born about 1786 in England. Suspected, but not confirmed that Sarah was the sister of J. Y. Cooke. Parents: William COOKE and Sarah Stanbridge.

She was married to Charles Brocklesby on 3 May 1809 in All Hallows Church, Bread Street, Cheapside. Marriage witnessed by "Jno. Yeoman Cooke and E. Cooke" Children were: Mary Ann Brocklesby , Henry Alfred Brocklesby, Charles Morrice Brocklesby.


bullet Walter COOKE Parents: Frederick William COOKE and Jessie Jane Hargrave.


bullet William COOKE was baptized on 28 Feb 1752 in Effingham, Surrey, England. He was born about 27 Feb 1851/52 in Effingham?, Surrey, England. He died in London, England. William Cooke was probably the son of John Cooke (b. abt 1725 in Surrey, England) and Elizabeth ______ (b. abt 1727, Surrey) who were married abt 1749 in Surrey England).
This identification might be confused with another William Cook, baptized on October 27, 1754 at Epsom, Surrey, England, son of Richard Cook and Sarah Norman. Multiple siblings of Willaim exist in either family.

He was married to Sarah Stanbridge on 25 Mar 1781 in Mickleham, Surrey, England. Children were: John Yeoman COOKE , James COOKE, Sarah COOKE , George COOKE, Jane COOKE , William COOKE.


bullet William COOKE was born in Jul 1791 in London, England. He was baptized on 17 Jul 1791 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William COOKE and Sarah Stanbridge.


bullet Mary Cooper

She was married to Elias BEMIS in 1810 in Marshfield, Vermont.


bullet Mary CORBET Parents: Robert CORBET and Margaret Malory.

Children were: Richard CHARLTON .


bulletRobert CORBET.

Children were: Mary CORBET.


bulletAlfred W. Corbett was born on 14 Oct 1913 in Rhode Island. He died on 30 Dec 1999 in Gainesville, TX. A 1935 Rhode Island state census card for Providence RI lists an Alfred W. Corbett, restaurant laborer, at 117 Elmwood Av. Born Oct. 14, 1913 in Rhode Island.

A 1945 city directory of Providence, RI lists an Alfred W. Corbett, restaurant worker, and Mary L. Corbett at 19 Lena St.

A 1957 city directory of Providence, RI lists an Alfred W. Corbett, maintenance man for Elliot Buick, and Mary L. Corbett at 39 Bainbridge Ave. The same information is repeated in a 1964 directory, but with Mary L. Corbett employed at Beau-Craft Jewelry.

Ancestry.com public records index vol. 1 lists an Alfred W. Corbett born Oct. 14, 1913 residing at 46 Barton St., Providence, RI in 1985.

The Providence (RI) Journal for January 1, 2000, carried an obituary for Alfred W. Corbett, aged 86, born about 1914 in Providence, RI. Died in Gainesville, TX. about 1999.

Social Security death record for Alfred W. Corbett, born Oct 14, 1913. SSN issued in Rhode Island. Died Dec. 30, 1999 in Gainesville, TX Parents: Charles Henry Corbett and Signe E Nordstrom.

He was married to Mary L. D'Agostino on 8 May 1943 in Providence, Rhode Island. Children were: Alice L. Corbett.


bullet Alice L. Corbett was born about 1944. A 1964 city directory of Providence, RI lists George G Grounds and Alice L. Grounds Parents: Alfred W. Corbett and Mary L. D'Agostino.

She was married to George Gifford Grounds. Children were: Ginny Grounds, Deanna Grounds.


bullet Arnold G. Corbett was born on 21 Nov 1905 in Rhode Island. A Bronx, New York City marriage license exists for an Arnold G. Corbett and Elizabeth Higgins, February 2, 1932. Parents: George Corbett and Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN.


bullet Betsy J. Corbett Parents: Charles H. Corbett Jr..

She was married to Choate. Children were: Dylan Choate.


bullet Charles H. Corbett Jr. was born on 13 Sep 1926 in Warwick, Rhode Island. He died on 8 Jul 2001 in Milford, Massachusetts. A 1957 directory of Providence, RI lists two Charles H. Corbetts. One of them, manager of Cardox Corp, residing with wife Norma J. Corbett in Cranston.

A 1964 directory of Providence, RI lists only one Charles H. Corbett, retired, at 264 Gallatin St. Norma Corbett is listed at 166 Adelaide Ave.

Charles H. Corbett, Jr. b. 13 Sep 1926 Warwick, RI son of Charles H., Sr. and Signe (Nordstrum) Corbett; d. 08 Jul 2001 Milford, MA [Cert # 040235] [74y]. He m. Beverly Rose (Vassar) Taft.
He served in USMC, WW II
Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA) - Monday, July 9, 2001
UXBRIDGE -- Charles H. Corbett Jr., 74, of Carney Street, a World War II veteran and a retired sales representative, died Sunday, July 8, in Milford-Whitinsville Regional Hospital, Milford.
His wife, Beverly R. (Taft) Corbett, died last year. He leaves four daughters, Sharon L. Jones of Columbus, Ohio, Susan B. Desruisseaux of Uxbridge, Cheryl B. MacIndoe of Linwood and Betsy J. Choate of Douglas; a sister, Esther V. Hall of Smithfield, R.I.; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a niece. He was born in Warwick, R.I., son of Charles H. and Signe (Nordstrum) Corbett, and lived most of his life in Rhode Island before moving to Uxbridge in 1981. He graduated from Providence High School and was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II.
Mr. Corbett was a sales representative for 37 years for Chemetron Corp., Boston, retiring in 1991.
The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 12, in Buma Funeral Home, 101 North Main St. Burial will be in Prospect Hill Cemetery. A calling hour is 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday, July 12, in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to VNA Care Hospice Inc., 120 Thomas St., Worcester, MA 01608.
Edition: BLACKSTONE VALLEY
Page: B4
Copyright (c) 2001 Worcester Telegram & Gazette Corp. Parents: Charles Henry Corbett and Signe E Nordstrom.

Children were: Sharon L. Corbett, Susan B. Corbett, Cheryl B. Corbett, Betsy J. Corbett.


bulletCharles Henry Corbett was born on 3 Oct 1891 in Meriden, Connecticut. He died in Jul 1963 in Rhode Island. Social Security death record for Charles Corbett born Oct. 3, 1891. Last residence, Rhode Island. Charles' draft card dated June 5, 1917, Cranston, RI describes him as tall, slender, grey eyes, dark hair, lived at Oak Lawn, Cranston, born Meriden, CT, Oct. 3, 1891. Occupation farmer employed by Charles Rathburn. Cranston. Declared a wife and one child as dependent,

A 1925 census of Warwick Rhode Island lists Charles H. Corbett, 33, born Connecticut living on the Old Warwick Road with wife Signey E., 30, born Sweden, son Alfred W. 11, born Rhode Island, daugher Esther V., 6, born Rhode Island.

The 1930 federal census of Providence, RI lists a Charles Corbett, 39, born Connecticut of English born parents, landscape gardener living at 149 Lester St.. Married at age 22. Wife Signe, 35, married at the age of 18, born in Sweden of Swedish born parents, immigrated in 1903. Son Alfred, 16, born Rhode Island, daughter Esther, 11, born Rhode Island, son Charles, Jr., 3, born Rhode Island.

A 1935 census of Providence, RI lists Charles Corbett, truck driver, born Connecticut Oct. 3, 1891. at 415 S.Main St. Head of a family of one person.

A 1942 WWII draft registration card for Charles Henry Corbett lists his residence at 415 S. Main St. Providence, RI Aged 50. Born Meriden CT Oct 3, 1891, employed by John J. Aer & Sons, 425 S. Water St. Contact person: Alfred Corbett, 117 Elmwood Ave, Providence, RI.

A 1945 city directory of Providence, RI lists a Mrs. Signe E. Corbett at 117 Elmwood Ave. No listing for a Charles Corbett. At the same address is her daughter Esther V. Corbett, typist B&S.

A 1957 directory of Providence, RI lists a Charles H Corbett residing at 341 Potters Ave. Also a Charles H. Corbett, manager of Cardox Corp, and wife Norma J. Corbett residing in Cranston. Parents: George Corbett and Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN.

He was married to Signe E Nordstrom on 21 Dec 1916 in Rhode Island. Rhode Island marriage records referenced on Ancestry.com Children were: Alfred W. Corbett, Esther V. Corbett, Charles H. Corbett Jr..


bullet Cheryl B. Corbett Parents: Charles H. Corbett Jr..

She was married to MacIndoe. Children were: Christine MacIndoe, Steve MacIndoe, David MacIndoe.


bullet Esther V. Corbett was born about 1919 in Rhode Island. She died after 2001. Esther is listed as a survivor to her brother Charles in his obituary, 2001. Resided in Smithfield, RI at the time of her brother Charles' death in 2001. Parents: Charles Henry Corbett and Signe E Nordstrom.

She was married to Hall .


bullet George Corbett was born in Nov 1847 in Birmingham, England. He died between 1914 and 1920. George was a silversmith in Greenwich, RI in 1914, but his wife was a widow in 1920, living with her son Howard. At the time of his marriage George, 41, was a jeweller living in Wrentham, MA. Born in Birmingham the son of William Corbett and Eliza Cook.

The 1900 federal census of Cranston, RI lists George Corbett, 52, born England Nov. 1847 (of English born parents), Silversmith, immigrated 1881. In his household, his wife, Ellie J,, 33, born December 1866 in England of English born parents, immigrated 1881, married for 12 years, son, Louis G.W. Corbett, 12, born April 1888 in Massachusetts, son Howard, 10, born Jan 1890 in Rhode Island, son Charles H, 9, born October 1891 in Connecticut, daughter Mary A, 7, born June 1893 in Rhode Island.

The 1910 census of Cranston, RI lists George Corbett, 64, silversmith, living on Oaklawn Ave. Wife Elly, 46. Both immigrated 1886. Elly had given birth to 12 children, 6 of which were living. Son Charles, 18, born Connecticut, daughter Nettie, 16, born Rhode Island, daughter Nora, 6, born Rhode Island, son Arnold, 4, born Rhode Island.

A 1914 city directory of Warwick, RI lists George Corbett, silversmith, at 49 Harrington Ave. Living at the same address were Charles H. Corbett, teamster, Howard, H. Corbett, box worker, and Marie A Corbett, box worker.

He was married to Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN on 15 Sep 1887 in North Attleboro, MA. Children were: Louis Corbett, Howard Heilborn Corbett, Charles Henry Corbett, Mary A (Nettie) Corbett , Nora G. Corbett, Arnold G. Corbett.


bullet Howard Heilborn Corbett died on 13 Dec 1227 in Rhode Island. He was born on 29 Jan 1890 in Cranston, Rhode Island. The 1920 federal census of Scituate, RI lists Howard Corbett, 29 born Rhode Island, wood chopper for a water company, head of household, living with his mother, Elizabeth A. Corbett, widow, 53, born England, immigrated 1885, of German born parents, brother Arnold G. Corbett, 14, farm laborer, born Rhode Island.

Howard's draft registration card, dated June 5th 1917 describes him as 27 yrs, single, medium height, medium build, light brown eyes, dark brown hair, born Cranston, RI Jan 29, 1888 (seems likely this birth year is in error, as several census records indicate he was born in 1890. His brother Louis was born in 1888). Farmer and mill operator in the North Scituate Cotton Mills, Claimed his mother and brother as dependents Had previously served three years as a private in the field artillery.

Thereis a death record in Rhode Island for Howard Corbett, aged 38 years Dec. 13, 1927. Kin listed: George and Ellie Corbett. Parents: George Corbett and Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN .


bullet Louis Corbett was born on 7 Apr 1888 in Plainville, Massachusetts. At the time of the 1900 census, Louis was living with his grandmother, Antoinette Heilborn, and his uncle Franz J. Heilborn in a rented house in Wrentham. His mother was known to be living in 1903, as she was mentioned as a survivor to her brother Leopold.

Louis' draft registration card, dated June 5th, 1917 describes him as tall, slender, blue eyes, lt. brown hair. Resided at 136 Smith St., North Attleboro, MA. He was a jeweller working for G.C. Hudson, Co.

There is a death record for a Louis George Corbett in North Attleboro, MA for 1927. Parents: George Corbett and Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN.

He was married to Maud Clyburn on 21 Jul 1909 in North Attleboro, MA. The marriage record of Louis and Maud gives his occupation as jeweller and hers as boxmaker.


bullet Mary A (Nettie) Corbett was born on 13 Jun 1893 in Rhode Island. A 1914 city directory of Warwick, RI lists Mary, box worker, boarding with her father at 49 Harrington Ave. Her name in this directory is listed as Marie A. Corbett.

The 1910 census of Cranston, RI lists her in her parent's household as Nettie. Good chance she was named after her grandmother Marie Antoinette Knepeurinig Heilborn. Parents: George Corbett and Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN.


bullet Nora G. Corbett was born on 5 Jan 1904 in Rhode Island. The 1910 federal census of Providence, RI lists a Nora Corbett, 26, lodging at 118 Moore St. Single white female, houseworker for private families, born Rhode Island of English born parents. Parents: George Corbett and Elizabeth Josephine Alice HEILBORN.


bullet Sharon L. Corbett Parents: Charles H. Corbett Jr..

She was married to Jones. Children were: Cindy Jones, Jim Jones.


bullet Susan B. Corbett Parents: Charles H. Corbett Jr..

She was married to Desruisseaux.


bullet Helen Frances Corcoran was born on 22 Jun 1926 in Rhode Island. She died on 5 Jul 1997. Death date from Social Security record. Helen Frances was always called by both her names. She travelled some with Marjorie and Clotilde Dorman as a young lady. Clo remembers that during the 1950's Helen Frances was living in the same apartment building as Mary Hatch Heilborn at Bowen Street, Providence, RI. She was planning at that time to be married, but then the family lost track of her.

A 1944 city directory of Providence, RI lists a Helen F. Corcoran working as a saleswoman at Shepard's. Residing at Riverside. The same directory lists a Thos and Margt. Thos was a fireman with a house at 29 College Road.

A 1949 directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran, saleswoman residing at 44 Narragansett Ave., Riverside. The same directory lists a Thos. F. Corcoran, glazier, at the same address.

A 1953 directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran, saleswoman residing at 44 Narragansett Ave., Riverside. The same directory lists a Thos. F. Corcoran, glazier, at the same address.

A 1958 directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran and a Helen V. Corcoran both living at 125 Governor St. . No listing for a Thos. F. Helen's father Thomas Francis Corcoran had a sister named Helen. This directory listing might indicate the two Helens were living together following the death of Tom.

A 1959 directory of Providence lists H. Corcoran at 102 Bowen St.

A 1962 city directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran residing at 102 Bowen St.

A 1964 city directory of Providence lists Helen at 102 Bowen St, Apt. 4. The same directory lists Helen V. Corcoran, retired at R100 Broad St. Apt. 220.

According to Social Security records, Helen was listed in April, 1943 as Helen Frances Corcoran, in May 1973 as Helen Fra Millman, and on July 22, 1997 as Helen F. Millman. Parents: Thomas Francis Corcoran and Marguerite "Daisy" Dorman.

She was married to Carl M. Millman on 24 Aug 1971 in Groton, Connecticut. Marriage information from Connecticut Marriage Index 1959-2002.


bullet Thomas Francis Corcoran was born on 27 Jun 1883 in Central Falls, Rhode Island. He died after 1953. A 1953 directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran, saleswoman residing at 44 Narragansett Ave., Riverside. The same directory lists a Thos. F. Corcoran, glazier, at the same address.

A 1958 city directory of Providence lists two Helen Corcorans living together at 125 Governor St., but no listing for a Thos. F. Corcoran. The 1910 census of Portland Maine lists a Thomas F. Corcoran, 26 (born Rhode Island), lodging with William J. and Mary Wright on Free St. Mother born Rhode Island, father born Massachusetts. He worked as a glazier in a shop. Except for the father's birthplace, this is consistent with the following two census findings:

The 1910 census of Pawtucket, RI lists a Thomas Corcoran, Sr., 50 (born Ireland, immigrated 1860), iron worker in a horse shoe shop, whose household included his wife, Mary E, 48 (married for 28 yrs), daughters Mary E., 25, packer in a thread mill, and Helen, 15, and his sister-in-law, Catherine Burns, 38, "sitting up" for a jewelry shop. Thomas, Jr. is NOT a part of this household in 1910.

The 1920 census of Pawtucket, RI shows a Thomas Corcoran, 36, living in the home of his parents, Thomas, 59 (born Ireland), and Mary, 57 (born Rhode Island), with two sisters, Mary, aged 35, and Helen, aged 24. Thomas the elder was an iron heater at a horseshoe company. Thomas the younger was a glazier at a glass company. Mary was a clerk in a department store, Helen a clerk in an express office

A 1925 Rhode Island census of Pawtucket lists this same household, but with the addition of a Barbara M. Corcoran, aged 28, daughter of Thos, Sr. Also in this census, the younger Mary is listed as Minnie E. Corcoran.

Thomas F. Corcoran, 46, is listed in the 1930 census of Providence, RI. He rented his home for $40/month. His father was born in the Irish Free State, his mother in Rhode Island. Thomas was born in Rhode Island. His occupation was foreman, glazier at a lumberyard. Living in his household were Marguerite J. Corcoran, 42, Helen F. Corcoran, 3, and Mary A. Dorman, 77. Marriage ages are listed for Tom and Daisy of 42 and 37.

The 1940 census of East Providence shows Thomas F, Marguerite J., and Helen F., ages 56, 52, and 13 living on Narragansett Ave. Tom's occupation still foreman, glazier at a building supply company. Highest grades completed: 8, 8, and 7.

A 1942 draft registration card for Thomas Francis Corcoran lists the following informantion: Birth, June 27, 1883 at Central Falls, RI; Residence, 44 Narragansett Ave. Riverside, Providence, RI, Contact, Mrs. Marguerite J. Corcoran; Employer, J.C. Charpentier, Co., Mansville, Pawtucket, RI

A 1949 directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran, saleswoman residing at 44 Narragansett Ave., Riverside. The same directory lists a Thos. F. Corcoran, glazier, at the same address.

A 1953 directory of Providence lists a Helen Corcoran, saleswoman residing at 44 Narragansett Ave., Riverside. The same directory lists a Thos. F. Corcoran, glazier, at the same address.

He was married to Marguerite "Daisy" Dorman about 1925. Massachusetts marriage index shows a Thomas Francis Corcoran married in Harwich, MA in 1925. Children were: Helen Frances Corcoran.


bullet Leander Corliss

He was married to Lurania Tubbs on 14 May 1821 in Marshfield, Vermont.


bullet Joyce CORNISH was buried on 21 Apr 1621 in England. She died about 21 Apr 1621 in England.(9) She was born in England.

She was married to James OLMSTEAD on 26 Oct 1605 in Great Leighs, Essex, England. Children were: Nicholas OLMSTEAD [CAPT.].


bullet Eleanor Cornwall was born about 1430 in Burford, Shropshire, England. She died in 1520 in Croft Castle, Leominster, Herefordshire, England. Sir Hugh's widow, Eleanor, married Sir Richard Croft, of Croft Castle near Leominster. In 1461 he had played a major role in the Yorkist victory at Mortimer's Cross, two miles away. By Sir Richard Croft, Dame Eleanor had eight children. They, as did Sir Hugh's daughter Elizabeth, married so well that on her father's heart-tomb is written, "Dame Eleanor had such increase of children that seventeen score and odd people were descended from her body before she died". Two of her direct descendants were Sir Philip Sidney, the Elizabethan poet, and Robert, Earl of Leicester, the Queen's favourite.

Sir Richard Croft held a number of high offices including that of Governor or Ludlow Castle where Dame Eleanor became the "Lady Governess" to the two little Princes, Edward (later Edward V) and Richard, Duke of York, who were to be murdered in The Tower of London.

Dame Eleanor outlived both her children by Sir Hugh Mortimer. She died aged nearly 90 in 1520. She is buried in the church alongside Croft Castle in a double effigy with her second husband, who died in 1509.

She was married to Sir Hugh Mortimer in 1454. Children were: Elizabeth Mortimer.

She was married to Sir Richard Croft after 1460.


bullet Grace Cornwall R.H. Luse wrote to Sarah Blachly in September, 1871 that Amanda had a new babe 8 months old cutting teeth. Amanda called the baby Grace. Parents: Prof. Cornwall and Augusta (Amanda?) Luse.


bullet Nell Cornwall Parents: Prof. Cornwall and Augusta (Amanda?) Luse.


bullet Prof. Cornwall

He was married to Augusta (Amanda?) Luse . Children were: Nell Cornwall, Grace Cornwall.


bullet Mary Eliza Corwin was born on 17 Jan 1838. She died on 26 Feb 1868.

She was married to Josiah PITKIN on 2 Jan 1859. Children were: Henry E. PITKIN, Arthur PITKIN, George C. PITKIN.


bullet Dorothy Cotton was born about 1603. She died in 1694 in Hadley, Massachusetts.

Children were: Phillipa Smith, Mary Smith.


bulletAnna Coutts.

She was married to William Dawson Jamieson on 16 Aug 1930.


bullet Abigail Cowles was born on 3 Mar 1700. Parents: Dea. Timothy Cowles and Hannah PITKIN.


bullet Elizabeth Cowles was born in 1697. She died on 20 May 1782. Married Thaddeus Wells. She was great-grandmother of the Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. Parents: Dea. Timothy Cowles and Hannah PITKIN.


bullet Esther Cowles was born in 1730. She died on 3 Jan 1803.

She was married to Roger PITKIN in 1753. From A.P. Pitkin: "It is related in connection with this marriage that Mr. Pitkin, in passing the Cowles residence, was informed that Mrs. Cowles had been presented with a fine girl. His reply was, "I will wait for that girl," and he did wait for and marry her; the difference in ages being twenty-seven years." Children were: Esther PITKIN, Elizabeth PITKIN, Ruth PITKIN.


bullet Hannah Cowles was born in Feb 1644. She died on 4 Feb 1689 in Hartford, Connecticut. Parents: John Cowles and Hannah Varian.

She was married to Capt. Caleb Stanley in 1665. Children were: Hannah Stanley, Elizabeth Stanley, Caleb Stanley.


bullet Hannah Cowles Married _______ Hubbard. Parents: Dea. Timothy Cowles and Hannah PITKIN.


bullet John Cowles was born in 1598 in Wales. He died in 1675.

Children were: Hannah Cowles, Sarah Cowles.


bulletJoseph Cowles was born on 13 Jan 1695. Married mary Goodwin, daughter of Dea. John Goodwin. Parents: Dea. Timothy Cowles and Hannah PITKIN.


bullet Martha Cowles was born on 19 May 1704. Parents: Dea. Timothy Cowles and Hannah PITKIN.


bullet Sarah Cowles was born in 1646. She died on 8 May 1676. Parents: John Cowles and Hannah Varian.

She was married to Nathaniel GOODWIN about 1664. Children were: John GOODWIN.


bullet Dea. Timothy Cowles was born in 1666. He died on 30 Aug 1736.

He was married to Hannah PITKIN in 1689. Children were: Dea. William Cowles, Joseph Cowles, Elizabeth Cowles, Hannah Cowles, Abigail Cowles, Martha Cowles.


bullet Dea. William Cowles was born on 1 Sep 1690. He died on 12 Apr 1771. Married Elizabeth _______. Parents: Dea. Timothy Cowles and Hannah PITKIN.


bullet Jane Cowper Parents: John Cowper.

Children were: Richard Norton.


bulletJohn Cowper.

Children were: Jane Cowper.


bulletAnne Cox died on 9 Mar 1679 in Newbury, Massachusetts.

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