'Cooke07'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Cook of Aydon, Cooke of Bexley, Cooke of Mount Mascall, Cooke of North Cray, Cooke of Rustington, Cooke of Wickham
[We are not aware of any connection between the following families. They share the page for our convenience.]

                               
John Cooke of Broadwater, Sussex
1. Henry Cooke (2nd son)
  m. Ann Goodere (dau of Henry Goodere or Goodiere, alderman of London) ## see here ##
  A. Edmund Cooke 'of Mount Mascall' of North Cray (Northbery), Kent (d 1619)
  m. Elizabeth Nichols (dau/heir of John Nichols of London Bridge)
i. Lambert Cooke of Mount Mascall in Bexley, Kent
  m. Mary Wentworth (dau of John Wentworth of Lovingland)
  a.+ issue - John (b c1616, a 1619), Edmund (d infant)
  ii. George Cooke of Bexley
  m. Ann Lowe (b 1590, dau of Sir Timothy Lowe of Bromley)
  a. Richard Cooke (a 1619, dsp?)
  b. George Cooke of Mount Mascall in Bexley (a 1663)
  m. Rebecca St. George (dau of Sir Henry St. George (Garter King of Arms))
(1) Elizabeth Cooke (b 1651-6, d 03.09.1736)
  (2)+ other issue (a 1663) - St. George (b c1649), Thomas, Richard, Henry, Mary
  Berry does not mention theses children and describes their sister Elizabeth as "only da. and heir" so we presume that they all dsp quite young.
  iii. Godiere Cooke
  m. Peter Franklyn of the Isle of Ely
iv. Elizabeth Cooke
  m. Sir Milo Sandys of the Isle of Ely, Bart
  v. Christiana Cooke
  m. Sir Timothy Lowe
  vi. Theodora Cooke
  m1. Clement Bere (Beere) of Dartford
  m2. Sir Thomas Jocelyn of Torrells Hall
  vii.+ other issue - Thomas, others (dsp - William, John, Henry, Edmund)
  B. Richard Cooke (dsp)
  C. Mary Cooke
  m. William Strachi
2.+ other issue (dsp) - John, Thomas

 

 

Thomas Cooke of Wickham
m. Elianor Rokesley (dau/heir of Sir Thomas Rokesley by Eva Burford)
1. Thomas Cooke of Wickham
  A.+ issue - Richard, John, William
2. Richard or John Cooke of Rustington
  A. John Cooke of Rustington
  i. Elizabeth Cooke
  m. John Covert (d 1558)

 

 

Henry Cook of Aydon White-house (a 11.1582) possibly father, uncle or grandfather of ...
1. John Cook of Portgate, later of Aydon (bur 047.01.1679/80)
m. (c1638) Jane Chester (bur 28.12.1689, dau/heir of Christopher Chester of Aydon)
  A. John Cook of Aydon White House (bur 09.03.1711/2)
  m. (02.06.1664) Mary Winship (bur 20.08.1702, dau of Henry Winship of Aydon Hall)
  i. Henry Cook 'of Chelmsford' of Little Bardfield Hall, Essex (bpt 01.2.1676, cleric?)
  m. (c03.1703/4) Eleanor Bright (dau of Henry Bright of Essex, m2. Rev. Oliver Pocklington of Chelmsford)
  ii. Elizabeth Cook
  m. Robert Bailiffe of Newcastle
  iii. Isabel Cook (bpt 10.02.1669/70)
  m. (c04.1694) John Charlton of Acomb
  iv. Catherine Cook
  m. (14.11.1699) George Bates of Horsley
  v. Mary Cook (bpt 23.07.1674)
  m. (20.06.1706) Thomas Reed of the Crag in Corsenside
  vi.+ other issue - John (bpt 08.05.1679, d young), William (bpt 17.06.1682, bur 06.09.1682), Jane (bpt 27.03.1665, d unm bur 06.06.1706)
  B. Catherine Cook (bur 08.11.1699)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 14.04.17) : CountyGen (Kent, Berry, p472), Visitation (Kent, 1619, 'Cooke'), Visitation (Armytage (1906), Kent, 1663, 'Cook')
(2) For middle section (originally uploaded to a Temporary page on 28.04.10, moved here 26.07.19) : Visitation (Sussex, 1530 & 1633-4, 'Cooke-Covert')
(3) For lower section (uploaded 26.07.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 10, H.H.E. Craster, 1914, 'Cook of Aydon White-House', p376)
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