Pilgrim Francis Cooke1,2,3,4

M, #6150, b. after August 1582, d. 7 April 1663
Father*Richard Cooke b. 1531, d. 26 May 1583
Mother*Alice Caunton b. 1548, d. bt 1586 - 1643
Relationship10th great-grandfather of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceCOOKE0001

Names and TItles

Titled: Pilgrim in 1620.4
     Pilgrim Francis Cooke was born after August 1582 in England.4 He was the son of Richard Cooke and Alice Caunton. Pilgrim Francis Cooke married Hester Mahieu, daughter of Jacques Mahieu and Jeanne (?), after 30 June 1603 in Leyden, Holland.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke and Hester Mahieu were engaged on 30 June 1603 in Leyden, Holland.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke died on 7 April 1663 in Plymouth, (now Plymouth County), New Plymouth Colony.4
     He was a Woolcomber.4 Francis's father Richard Cooke died on 26 May 1583 in Gobrons, Essex, England.1 Pilgrim Francis Cooke became the father of Jane Cooke circa 1604.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke became the father of Pilgrim John Cooke circa 1606.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke became the father of child? Cooke circa 1608.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke became the father of Jacob Cooke circa 1618.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke emmigrated with Pilgrim John Cooke in 1620 from in Leyden, Holland, on the Ship 'Mayflower'.5 Pilgrim Francis Cooke immigrated with Pilgrim John Cooke in November 1620 to in Plymouth, Plymouth County, New Plymouth Colony, on the Ship 'Mayflower'.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke signed The Mayflower Compact on 11 November 1620 at Cape Cod. Pilgrim Francis Cooke became the father of Hester Cooke in May 1625.4 Pilgrim Francis Cooke became the father of Mary Cooke between 22 March 1626 and 21 March 1627.4 Francis's son was married at wedding of Pilgrim John Cooke and Sarah Warren on 28 March 1634 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.6 Francis's daughter was married at wedding of Hester Cooke and Richard Wright circa 1644 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.4 Francis's daughter was married at wedding of Mary Cooke and John Tompson on 26 December 1645 in Plymouth, (now Plymouth County), New Plymouth Colony.4

References

     Pilgrim Francis Cooke is described in The Great Migration Begins.8
Pilgrim Francis Cooke has ID 2054 in Taber Family Tree.3 Pilgrim Francis Cooke is mentioned in The Great Migration Begins under Philip Taber.8 Pilgrim Francis Cooke is mentioned in The Great Migration Begins under Pilgrim Richard Warren.8

Family

Hester Mahieu b. between 1582 and 1588, d. 8 June 1666
Children
ChartsPedigree of Robert Damon (Big) (#1)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big) (#2)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited) (#1)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited) (#2)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (paged) (#1)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (paged) (#2)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big) (#1)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big) (#2)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited) (#1)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited) (#2)
Descendant Chart for Francis Cooke
Indented Descendant Chart for Francis Cooke
Last Edited7 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S50] Brøderbund Software Inc., WFT Vol. E1, Tree 0783.
  2. [S49] Brøderbund Software Inc., WFT Vol. E1, Tree 0418.
  3. [S34] Barbara Wood Taber, Taber Family Tree, (Repository: Richard Smith Damon), (Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in).
  4. [S20] General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol 12, Francis Cooke(n.p.: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2000). Hereinafter cited as MFT5G 12 Francis Cooke.
  5. [S130] Caleb Johnson's Mayflower Web Pages, online http://members.aol.com/calebj/, contingents.html. Hereinafter cited as Mayflower Web Pages.
  6. [S21] General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol 18, Part 1, Richard Warren, Robert S. Wakefield F.A.S.G.(n.p.: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2000). Hereinafter cited as MFT5G 18-1 Richard Warren.
  7. [S143] The Division of Cattle, 1627.
  8. [S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol I-III, CD-ROM (n.p.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000). Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration Begins.