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James Cook

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James F. Cook
Born 1950s.
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I have recently started family history research at the age of 63. I'm stumped on finding information on my 2nd great grandfather, John Cook. The only information I have for him comes from the 1860 census for Amboy, Lee, IL where it lists his age as 77 and birthplace as Connecticut. I have personal records on two children (John Henry Powell Cook, born 1824, Herkimer, NY died 1882 in Portage County, OH; and his brother, James Martin Cook, born 1826 near Albany, NY and died 1896 in Findlay, OH and buried in Portage Co, OH. Other family lines are Fulford, Stamm, Salter, Peterson (I have extensive research on Swedish Peterson ancestors).
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