Page: 1971 reading
Page: 1850 Elkland Twp., Tioga Co., PA
Page: 2007 reading
Note: Munsell's 1883 History of Tioga county Pennsylvania Deerfield Twp. Biographies JAMES COOK was born at Lindley, Steuben county, N.Y., in 1804. In 1806 he came with his parents to Tioga county. He married Miss Rachel Hazlett, of Nelson, Pa.; is a farmer, owning 120 acres in Nelson. His father, Captain Levi Cook, at an early day came from Long Island to Tioga county, thence removing to Lindley, N.Y., and returning in 1806 to the Cowanesque Valley, near the present village of Knoxville. His wife was Miss Elizabeth Caulkins, of Steuben county, N.Y. They had eight children, three of whom are living. Mr. Cook was captain of militia in the valley, and took his company to the frontier at the burning of Buffalo. He died at Lawrenceville, in 1847.
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