Matilda Cook

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ChartsDescendants of Ellis Cook-6 Generations
Matilda Cook, daughter of Colonel Ellis Cook and Margaret Griswold Cocker, was born say 1774. She died at Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey, 6 May 1853.1

Matilda married David Plumb, son of John Plumb and Susan Crane, at Hanover, Morris Co., New Jersey, 2 February 1794.2,3,4,5

Family

David Plumb b. say 1769, d. 27 Aug 1835
Children

Citations

  1. [S991] John J. Fagan Jr., A Fagan Genealogy (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Dorrance Publishing Co., 1996), further cited as Fagan, Fagan Genealogy.
  2. [S1325] Jacob Green, W. Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, Church Members, Marriages & Baptisms, at Hanover, Morris Co., N.J. During the Pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green, and to the Settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit: 1746-1796 (Morristown, New Jersey: The Jerseyman, 1893), 18, further cited as Green, Wheeler, and Halsey, Church Members, Marriages & Baptisms, at Hanover, Morris Co., N.J.
  3. [S1033] New Jersey, Record of wills in New Jersey, 1705-1804, 37:228, FHL microfilm 522732, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as New Jersey Wills.
  4. [S80] George H. Cook, Notes for a Genealogy of the Family of Ellis Cook, of Southampton, L.I., N. Y. (New Brunswick, New Jersey: p.p., [1886]), 8, further cited as Cook, Notes for Ellis Cook.
  5. [S981] Moses S. Beach, Rev. William Ely and Geo. B. Vanderpoel (ed.), The Ely Ancestry: Lineage of Richard Ely of Plymouth, England, who came to Boston, Mass., about 1655, & settled at Lyme, Conn, in 1660 (New York: The Calumet Press, 1902), 463, further cited as Beach, Ely, and Vanderpoel, The Ely Ancestry.
  6. [S1997] H. B. Plumb, The Plumbs: 1635 - 1800 (Peely, Pennsylvania: s.p., 1893), 47, further cited as Plumb, Plumbs.