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From: "Candy" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] QUAKER-ROOTS-D Digest V03 #70
Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 11:46:54 -0500
Thanks so much for the information. My ancestry comes from Peter, Peter,
Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, James, William, Ernest Cook.
I am lost when it comes to James. I know he was in Indiana, Richmond but I
can find barely any records.
Nellie is Willams daughter. I do know William went from Indiana to Iowa and
died in 1909. Could you tell me if there is any Burton's in this book?
Williams wife was Minnie Bell Burton and her parents were William Blair
Burton and Louisa Eleanor Johnson. They are a road block also.
Thanks so much.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2003 5:23 PM
Subject: [Q-R] QUAKER-ROOTS-D Digest V03 #70
> Candy, in her mailing dated 02/13/2003, has responded to my mailing
> 02/12/2003 in which I was quoting from a book, HISTORY OF RANDOLPH COUNTY,
> INDIANA, by E. Tucker concerning a group of Quakers from the Clinton
> Ohio area who migrated to the Randolph County, Ind. area because of flaws
> the deeds to their military land grants in Ohio.------ Candy asks whether
> this book makes any reference to a Charles White who married Nellie
> The book is large and indexed in various patterns. In scanning the
> indexes and in referring to the description of White River Township, where
> the evicted Ohioans seem to have settled, I can find no references to
> White and Nellie Eunice Cook. It appears that there were few of the White
> Cook families who settled in Randolph County.
> In tracing the descendants of Isaac and Charity (Wright) Cook, to
> I am related, I have found that this family moved from the Bush River
> settlement in South Carolina to the Clinton County, Ohio area and then, by
> about 1810 to Union County, Indiana, south of Richmond, being members of
> Silver Creek Meeting for a time before they moved on, about 1830, to the
> vicinity near Plainfield, southwest of Indianapolis, with some going on to
> the Vermilion settlement across the Illinois line.
> >From her previous communications with Quaker-Roots, I gather that Candy
> seeking for descendants of Thomas Cook, a brother of my ancestor, Isaac
> - Herbert Standing.
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