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|Julia Ann Elizabeth Cook Patton
Headline reads: Mrs Eliza Cook dies!
The Crittendon and Grandview communities were greatly bereaved Saturday morning, June 25 (1932) when it was learned that Mrs. Eliza Cook (Julia Ann Elizabeth Patton Cook) the beloved wife of Mr. A. J. Cook (James George Washington Cook) had passed away. She had been in poor health for several months, however long the illness, the passing is always a shock.
Mrs. Cook was born in Union Co. Georgia April 30, 1872 and was married to A.J. Cook in Georgia October 12, 1890. View Family Page
To this union 13 children were born, eleven of whom survive as follows, Henry, John, William C., Sam (Samuel Wilburn), Robert, Mrs. Dora Collins, Mrs. Minnie Brixey, Mrs. Della Cardinal and Miss Louella Cook. (Also Tennie and Luther Cook not shown in paper)
Mrs. Cook was happily converted when fourteen years of age and united with the Methodist Church in which communion she lived while she was called to her reward on last Saturday.
She was a devoted wife, a loving mother and a true friend.
Funeral services were held at Grandview Sunday afternoon by the Rev. T.O. Shanks, who has twice been her pastor assisted by Rev. Crow of Tahlequah and Rev. Cloud of Park Hill. Her body was laid away in the Grandview Cemetery to await the great day.
|James George Washington Cook - 7-05-1864 to 10/05/1941, West Plains Quill -
Funeral services for James Cook 78 retired farmer, who died Sunday afternoon at 4:20 at the home of a son, Emory Cook at 302 Missouri Avenue, were held yesterday afternoon at the Congreational Methodist Churach on East Cleveland Ave with the Rev. D.C. Willis, the pastor in charge.|
A trio composed of Leonard Manze, Emmett Burge and Miss Nita Mullins sang "Old Rugged Cross" and "Sometime"
Mr. Cook who was born in Cherokee County, NC on July 5, 1864 came to Howell county 38 years ago, locating on a farm in the Siloam Springs district where he made his home until about twenty six years ago when he moved to Oklahoma. His wife, the former Julie Ann Patton, whom he married in NC died nine years ago and three years later he came to West Plains to spend his years of retirement.
Besides the son (Emory) at whose home he died, there are ten other sons and daughters who are
Burial was in Oak Lawn Cemetery under direction of Paige Robertson of Robertson Mortuary
Emery Cook, Obit
|Dora Bertha Cook Collins Obit 7/25/83||Dora Bertha Cook Collins Obit 7/27/83|
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|Rose MaeCook Daugherty Obit|
Daughter of William Woodward Cook
and Jessie L. Raper Cook
| The Dalton Daily Citizen Sat Mar 10, 2012, 10:33 PM EST|
Rose Mae Daugherty, 93, of Dalton passed away Thursday, March 8, 2012, at her residence.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Wayne Daugherty; son, Larry Daugherty; her parents, Will and Jesse Raper Cook; sisters, Leona Elliott, Verna Thompson, Inez Anderson; brothers, Randall Cook, Parks Cook, and Arvil Cook.
She was a member of First Church of the Nazarene of Dalton.
She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Blaine and Betty Cook of Oakridge, Ore., numerous nieces and nephews, a special friend, Jimmy Gauldin and very caring neighbors, Mike and Kathy Whaley.
The funeral is Monday at 1 p.m. at the Pleasant Grove Chapel with the Rev. Gary Mimbs and the Rev. Mark Amspaugh officiating.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home today from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Burial will be at West Hill Cemetery.
Flowers will be accepted, or memorial contributions can be made to the First Nazarene Church of Dalton.
Julian Peeples Funeral Home, Pleasant Grove Chapel, Dalton, is in charge of funeral arrangements. For more information, call (706) 259-7455. 3/03/2012
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