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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


James Hawkins Neeley

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Information sent to T.Mason on 19 May 2004 by Jerri Stephenson

James Hawkins Neeley's will was signed June 21, 1880, recorded April 21, 1884 in Cumberland County Will Book H, pp 256-258, mentioned his wife Martha Jane; sons John and William: grandaughter Isabella Brown; Fannie, wife of son John; grandchildren Taylor, Clay and Mary _______, children of Ruth Neeley; he willed his ferry to his sons John and William. There was no mention of daughter Mary Ann Scott, nor of son Little Berry Winston Neeley or any heirs of his.


James Hawkins Neeley

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Information sent to T.Mason on 19 May 2004 by Jerri Stephenson

James Hawkins Neeley's will was signed June 21, 1880, recorded April 21, 1884 in Cumberland County Will Book H, pp 256-258, mentioned his wife Martha Jane; sons John and William: grandaughter Isabella Brown; Fannie, wife of son John; grandchildren Taylor, Clay and Mary _______, children of Ruth Neeley; he willed his ferry to his sons John and William. There was no mention of daughter Mary Ann Scott, nor of son Little Berry Winston Neeley or any heirs of his.


Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr.

RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 11 Oct 2005 by John Cameron Walker. "Son of Thomas Cooke, born 1628, married 1653, and had four sons, Thomas, Stephen, Ebenezer, Benjamin, and one daughter, Hannah. Of these, Thomas Cooke, 3rd, the oldest son, the first of the Cooke family to settle in New Jersey. He was born in 1654 and came to Shrewsbury in 1676. In that year he had warrents for land there issued to him. He added largely to his holdings and was a member of the House of Deputies of East New Jersey in 1693. In 1698 he resolved to visit England and was lost at sea. He left a widow and three children, William, Thomas 4th and Elizabeth."