Abraham Cooke (c1660 - 1720s) of Old Rappahannock, New Kent, and Hanover counties. This includes a discussion of the evidence for identifying his likely children. For a discussion of the identity of his wife see the McAllister paper below.
Benjamin Cook (1690s – 1759/60) a possible son of Abraham Cooke who lived in Hanover (later Louisa) County, Virginia and who had two known sons, William and Benjamin..
William Cook (c1730 – 1801) of Louisa and Charlotte County, Virginia and later of Surry County, North Carolina. This paper includes discussion of his eleven children and his wife Keziah Burch.
Samuel Cook (12 September 1774 – 13 July 1828) of Surry County, North Carolina and Jones County, Georgia including identification of his two wives, Elizabeth Hendrick and Sarah Jull, and his large family.
Asa Barrett Cook (28 January 1806 – c1848) of various Georgia counties and Titus County, Texas. For the details of his divorce from his wife Elizabeth W. Ivey, see paper below.
Andrew Barney Cook (3 April 1836 – 19
November 1902) of Titus County, Texas, founder of the town of Cookville, and
husband of Sarah Gray Rountree.
The Cook-McAllister Connection - a paper summarizing the possible nature of the connection between Abraham Cooke and his mother-in-law Hannah McAllister
David Cook's letters written in 1816 from Barren County, Kentucky to his mother and brother-in-law in Surry County, which briefly mention several of his siblings.
William Nichols Cook (c1730 - c1810): A paper on a neighbor and contemporary of William Cook in Surry County, North Carolina whose children have been widely confused with William Cook's children.
John Cook (c1755 - 1804) who may have been the eldest son of William Nichols Cook.
Some notes on several other William Cooks in 18th century Surry County
A list of all Cooks in the Surry County, North Carolina Tax Lists from 1767-1821
Cooks in the Surry County Censuses of 1786, 1790, 1800, and 1810.
Summaries of the statements and depositions in Asa B. Cook's divorce case in 1846, Upson County, Georgia Superior Court.