"Lidea Miller ... Borne in Yarmouth" ... May 18, 1661.
Lydia married 29 Dec 1681 at Plymouth Colony, Jacob Cook, the son of Jacob Cooke and Demaris Hopkins. Jacob was born 26 Mar 1653 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony. He died 24 Apr 1747 at Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, and was buried in Old Church Cemetery, Kingston.
"Jacob Cook and Lida Miller was married upon the 29th of Desember 1681 by Major Bradford at Plymouth."
Children of Jacob Cooke and Lydia Miller
Jacob and Lydia had four sons and four daughters. All children were named in Jacob Cooke's will.
Damaris [twin], b. 23 May 1703 in Plymouth, MA; d. after 16 Nov 1749; m. John Delano on 15 Nov 1749 in Kingston, MA; John was born on 11 Oct 1699 in Duxbury, MA, and died 16 Nov 1774 - 5 Aug 1766
Lydia Cooke died 1 Mar 1727/1728 at Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay.
"Cooke, Lydia, w. Jacob, Mar. 1, 1727-8, in 67th y." She is buried at The Old Burying Ground, Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
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