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Keith Cook was a Connecticuter.
At birth, Keith Douglas Cook weighed 7lbs. and 2ounces
On June 29, 1969 Sven Laurin Laurin-14 baptized Keith at Springdale Methodist Church in Stamford, CT.
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- Floyd and Harrison are popular names in my Cook tree.
- Julia, Adelaide, George and John are popular names in my Grier tree.
- This is the Swedish side of my family; ancestors from Massachusetts, New Hampshire and I've found living relatives in Texas
- Originally of Scottish descent my natural grandmother Lindsay Doris May was born in Massachusetts.
- I have ancestors that served in the military and even some who opposed
- Vinal name study
- My 3rd Great Grandfather Lindsay John C. was born in May of 1800 in Madderty, Perthshire, Scotland
- My Great Grandfather Laurin Carl Gustav Herbert was born in Visby, Gotland, Sweden and my Great Grandmother Jonsson Hildur I. was from Klara, Stockholm, Sweden
- Many of my Van Vliet's lived in Goshen, N.Y.
- Are you connected to a Vinal? I've gone as far back as 1817 to Vinal William
- My first cousin, 2x removed Lt. Kenneth W. Lindsay fought and died in WWII
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