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Cooke County history, past and present

Cooke County history, past and present

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Published by Curtis Media Corp. in Dallas, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cooke County (Tex.)
    • Subjects:
    • Cooke County (Tex.) -- History.,
    • Cooke County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Cooke County (Tex.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementproject director, William F. Powell ; chairpersons, Jerre A. Pennington Dulock ... [et al.] ; the Cooke County History Book Committee.
      ContributionsPowell, William F. 1922-1992., Cooke County History Book Committee (Cooke County (Tex.))
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF392.C78 C66 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1487200M
      ISBN 100881072125
      LC Control Number93157678
      OCLC/WorldCa28710578

        "This paper is the result of a study of the oil industry in Cooke County Texas. Consideration was given to the following factors: the physiography and geology of Cooke County, the first oil developments, opening of various fields, the Tydal Refinery, and the benefits of the oil industry to the county in terms of employment, busines establishments, schools, and social : Amy T. Porter. The county was established in by an act of the Texas legislature and was named for William G. Cooke, a hero of the Texas Revolution. The boundaries of the original county encompassed its present area, along with land that later became Montague, Wise, Clay, and Jack counties. Cooke County assumed its present boundaries in

      according to "Cooke County(Texas)History Past and Present" page??? "Isaac settled in Maine where his youngest son, Stephen, was bom in Stephen was probably part of a large group of Maine citizens who migrated in to Dearborn County, Indiana, having what they called the "Ohio fever.". One source states his name was Frank Wesley Thompson. He and his sister May died during the Typhoid Fever Epidemic. He was the son of Stanley and Alvaretta Hendricks Thompson. He was buried by his gandmother Elizabeth Hendricks. Source the book Cooke County History: Past and Present.

      Jay Cooke Jr. was a Pacific Railroad contractor and the son of an investor in the Northern Pacific Railroad. He was promoting the promise of development and the much needed railroad to this mountain hamlet. As history records, the railroad never came. On Feb.1, the town was officially deemed Cooke City, Montana Territory in his honor. The history of white settlement in Wise County began with Sam Woody, who moved to Deep Creek (then in Cooke County) in His original log cabin remains as a historic site. Many other settlers, eager to take advantage of the state preemption grants of .


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Publications Concerning Cooke County. The following is a list of publications that have to do with the history and genealogy of Cooke County Texas. The list is by no means complete and will be added to from time to time. Cooke County history, past and present / project director, William F.

Powell. Buy Cooke County history, past and present by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Past and present book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Unknown Binding. Cooke County history, past and present Family History Library Early days in Cooke, Texas, Family History Library Periodical Source Index (index to million articles in historical and genealogical publications) FindMyPast.

The first years in Cooke County Family History Library. Cooke County was established by an act of the Texas legislature on Maand named for William G. Cooke, a hero of the Texas Revolution. The boundaries of the original county encompassed its present area, along with territory that became Montague, Clay, Wise, and Jack counties.

Cooke County assumed its present boundaries in 8 works Search for books with subject Cooke County (Tex.). Search. Not In Library. The first years in Cooke County Alex Morton Smith Cooke County history, past and present Not In Library.

Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis. Historical Marker Text Cooke County Courthouse Settlement of the area now known as Cooke County began in late The county was created by the State Legislature in and named for William G.

Cooke, Republic of Texas Quartermaster General and a participant in the Battle of San Jacinto. The Cooke County Historical Collection contains typed transcripts of all the articles, clippings, original interviews, chapter excerpts, correspondence, and handwritten research compiled by Lillian Gunter in preparation for the writing of a book recounting the history of Cooke County.

Cooke County History (from Texas Centennial Marker) COOKE COUNTY Created Ma Organized Ma Named in honor of William G. Cooke Return to Cooke TX Books Return to Homepage. Covering pioneer life from through in Cooke County, Texas, Early Days is insightful, touching and jammed with eyebrow-raising tales.

With everything from Indian battles to the Chisum Cattle Trail, family histories, wills, and the day Mr. Menasco was killed, this publication affords an intimate look at the people, events, and history that.

May 9thPatent [Cooke County, Texas Court Records Submitted and transcribed by TOTTY researcher Terry Dishman ] Patent- St. of Tx. to F.M. Totty acres No. Vol. 35, In the name of the State of Texas, To all to whom these presents shall come, know ye, I, T.R. Lubbock, Governor of the State aforesaid by virtue of the power vested in me by Law and in accordance with the.

Book For Sale $ Title: Capturing the Past for Keeps Each Volume is 60 pages of stories written by local authors Cooke County Historical On sale now at the Morton Museum, Gainesville, Texas Volume I.

Texas Death Certificates, includes Cooke County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, Cooke County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) United States Census (Mortality Schedule), Cooke County (Source: FamilySearch) Wiki.

With each generation of Cooke County, individuals have achieved success in a variety of areas, all contributing to “Cooke County’s Kaleidoscope Exhibit: The People, The Families.” opening February 3 atAuthor: Cathy Mounce. The Cooke County Antique Tractor and Farm Machinery Club was founded in We are dedicated to keeping the history of farming alive for past, present, and future generations.5/5.

Original book,softcover 6 x 9, pages in length. See photos for your own conditional analysis as this can be subjective. Best Wishes. Big Indian Oil Well, Callisburg, Texas - Courtesy of: Morton Museum of Cooke County Photograph of Old Woodman of the World in Callisburg built in early ’s reprinted from Cooke County History: Past and Present.

Old grist wheel, Callisburg Photo courtesy of Janie Hollandsworth.On occasion, however, during unfavorable weather, other Cooke County baptisteries have been used.

The above passage was taken from the History Cooke County Texas, Cooke County History Past and Present. See More.Cooke County is a county in the U.S. state of the census, its population The county seat is Gainesville.

The county was founded in and organized the next year. It is named for William Gordon Cooke, a soldier during the Texas is a part of the Texoma ssional district: 13th.