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Posted Dec 2003 by a free member
Vernham Dean, Hampshire

Cook. (on my mothers side)
I would like to hear from anyone who think they may be the decendents of the Cook family. Tom Cook who was my G/father was born in Vernham Dean in 1866 and died in 1959, I know also his father was born in Vernham as well and his name was Mordecai andwas born we think in 1831. His father was called John and may have been born in 1774, this is whare we are struggling. They were all born in Vernham Dean but from what we have found out so were many more Cooks as well. If anyone is trying to do thesame as me then I would like to hear from you please. Also is there anyone who may have any old photographs of Vernham that I may perhaps scan and put on my PC, I would of course be willing to pay for this service. My name is Adrian and I'm Tom Cooks grandson.

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