In Knox Co., KY in 1810, William Cook is listed. He is bet. 25/44 and has a female who's age is within the same time frame. They have 3 sons under 10 and a daughter under 10.
Thomas Cook was born abt. 1799 and married 1st Patsy Coffelt 20 June 1822 in Knox Co., KY and married 2nd Ann Root 21 Dec 1827 in Clay Co., KY.
Joseph Cook was born abt. 1802 and married Eliza Yeager 9 Feb 1827 in Clay Co., KY.
Wesley Cook was born abt . 1802 and married Nancy Woodson 19 July 1821 in Knox Co., KY and later married Mary Peters. The marriage license of Nancy and Wesley states that her father was Henry Woodson of Knox Co. Blaggrove Hopper, minister, performed the marriage.
Hannah Cook was b. abt. 1801 and married Drury Grindstaff 10 Oct 1819 in Knox Co., KY.
I feel my Elizabeth Cook b. abt. 1829 who married Thomas Chick 1849/1850 is the daughter of one of these Cook men and his wife; but, I've been unable to discover which couple. I feel very strongly these are all children of William Cook. Would love to hear from someone who might have more info on these people.
November 12, 2013
In 1810 Census for Knox Co., KY are found Henry and Wade N. Woodson
Henry is between 26-45. Living in his household are a female also between 26-45, 2 males under 10, male 10-16, male 16-26, and 3 females under 10 years of age.
Wade N. Woodson is over 45. Living in his household are 2 males under 10, 1 male 10-16, 2 females under 10 and a female who is between 10-16. (Wade Netherland Woodson married 1st Alice Chick, sister of Silas Chick;
In 1820 Henry is found in Stinking Creek with wife and 4 children. Wade N. is at Creasy Creek with wife and 2 children.
The wife of Joseph Cook, Eliza Yeager, is the daughter of John (or Joseph) and Sarah (Chick) Yeager. Sarah is said to be the sister of my Silas Chick, both children of James A. Chick who is also found in Knox Co., KY.
In 1830, Knox Co., KY are found Wesley Cook 20/30, wife 20/30, a female 60/70, and 2 females under 5.
on same page is Joseph Cook 20/30, female 20/30, 2 females under 5.