Nathaniel Cook

M, #10100, b. 25 March 1726, d. 27 November 1822
Father*Robert Cook1 b. 1670, d. 21 Apr 1746
Mother*(__________) (__________)
ChartsPedigree - mother Sarah Gertrude "Sally" Jones
Reference4G Grf
Note Note(s): Chenango Co. Revolutionary Soldiers - unknown if any of these connect
pg 209 Cook, David 1731-1816 of Norwich/Plymouth
pg 210 Cook, Gideon 1745-1813 of Norwich
pg 211 Cook, Joseph 1751- --- of No. Norwich
pg 212 Cook, Solomon 1761-1823 of Pitcher/Linicklaen
pg 213 Cook, Willam no dates of Greene. 
Birth*25 March 1726 Nathaniel Cook was born on 25 March 1726 at Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut.1 
Marriage*8 March 1754 He married Martha Scott on 8 March 1754 at Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut.1 
Military* Nathaniel Cook was in the military Cook Nathaniel: b 9-25-1735 CT d 11-27-1822 m Martha Scott Pvt CT - DAR Patriot Index Centennial Edition. 
Residence*1796  In 1796 Nathaniel Cook resided at Barbourville, Delaware Co., New York. The History of Delaware County, by Munsell - The Town of Tompkins http://www.dcnyhistory.org/books/muntom.html
     Barbourville is situated on the Astraguntira creek, six or seven miles northeast by north of Deposit. Three brothers, James I., William and John Barbour, came from Saratoga county about 1820, and settled in what was then called Cook's settlement, but was named after the Barbours came Barbourville.
     Nathaniel Cook, from Amenia, Dutchess county, N.Y., was the first settler of Barbourville, locating there in 1796, on the Bryant place. He had five sons, Nathaniel, Nathan, Simeon, Lot and Solomon, who all settled in the neighborhood. Their descendants are numerous.
     Have looked thru Ulster Co deed and can't find either Cook or Bryant (Delaware was Ulster in 1796)
     Nathaniel Cook Jr's wife's name is Betsey per when he sold land in 1841 bk 22 pg 453 1820 Tomkins 1101-1201
     Nathan Cook 1820 Tompkins (next door to Nathaniel) 12011-1101 Is the older male the father Nathaniel?
     Lot Cook will E pg 43 (haven't looked at) 1820 Masonville 0001-2001
     Mary Cook 1820 Tompkins 1111-1201 Who's she widow of? 
Death*27 November 1822 He died on 27 November 1822 at age 96. 
Note1826 Note(s): in 1826 at Cannonsville, Delaware Co., New York, Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church - http://www.dcnyhistory.org/books/muntom.html
The records of this society are lost. Missionaries occasionally visited the place in early times. Lewis, Brandon, Minshaw, Cook, Barnes, Herrick, Preston, Peck, Williams and Smith are names remembered, being those of members of the Oneida Conference. The New York Conference then sent Joseph Law for a short time, then Sanford Boughton, a zealous and faithful preacher, who died in the harness; many were converted under his ministry, and also under that of Alexander Calder, who succeeded him and organized the church in 1830 or 1831. The first class was formed in 1826. This church as a church edifice and parsonage. The trustees of the society reported are Perry Twitchel, W. W. Cleaver and L. H. Aldrich. 
Relationships4th great-grandfather of David Lee Bassett
2nd great-grandfather of Matthew Wilson Jones

Family

Martha Scott
Marriage*8 March 1754 He married Martha Scott on 8 March 1754 at Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut.1 
Children
Last Edited30 Dec 2012

Citations

  1. [S1781] Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) on Ancestry - more than birth, but that's the way the database is named, Farmington Vital Records 1645-1850, pg 192.