Who was my great great grandfather Cook from Kentucky or Tennessee!

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I am not sure who was my great great grandfather Cook, who was probably born or lived in Kentucky around 1780 to 1790, I do not believe that it is George Bryant Cook as shown on WikiTree sites.
in Genealogy Help by John T. Cook G2G Rookie (160 points)
If you can provide the evidence of documents to prove that George is not your gggdfa, and discuss it with the profile manager (if any) that would a good thing
Susan, it is good to hear from you. No where is George Bryant Cook listed in the Cook family bibles. George's wife, Nancy Howell never listed my great grandfather Albert as one of her children and a couple of DNA matches from individuals that are direct descendants of Nancy do not show any match with me. However, I did get a weak match with a lady who is a descendant of Henry Blake Cook, who was born in 1740 in Maryland and died in 1822 in North Carolina. Maybe my great great grandfather Cook was from North Carolina.Thanks, JTC

laugh Eh, John T. good to know you are still with us ... but you'd still have to discuss detaching Alfred Albert ... the two co-managers are you and another person -- there's no one else but you two that can make that decision for however long a time ... nothing will change until you two agree on it laugh it's sort of like being married 

At this time, there is just not enough evidence to take George Bryant off the list. Thanks, John

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