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201 This is a memorial marker. His remains are still unaccounted for. See his Personnel Profile on the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency website here: https://dpaa.secure.force.com/dpaaProfile?id=a0Jt000000RcjVREAZ
 
Cook, James David (I510)
 
202 This is the only census that he appears in. His name was likely Martin. Sarah is listed in the 1900 census as the mother of ten children with eight living. Martin and Carry are listed in the 1880 census as 5 and 4 years olds but not in the the family in the 1885 Florida state census. They are likely the two children who died. Henderson, Meartin (I433)
 
203 This is the only record that Martha has been found in. She likely died before 1860, as she would have been too young to marry. Martha and James David were most likely twins. They were the youngest children, both listed as 2 years old, in the 1850 census. Sister Mary was 3 years old. Mary was born 28 January 1847 and J. David was born 6 June 1848. Cook, Martha (I491)
 
204 Thomas is likely buried here although there is no marker. When Louisa died, he purchased Lot 370 which has 10 graves. Louisa and Benjamin Gail Byers are the only two markers in the lot. Benjamin was their young grandson. Latitude: 36° 32' 41.58" N Longitude: 95° 26' 8.112" W Sorrell, Thomas R. (I1090)
 
205 Tillman Earwood served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Earwood, Tillman Russell (I1559)
 
206 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I22)
 
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I693)
 
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I347)
 
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I692)
 
210 Twin of Earlie Kaye Earwood, Vernon Roy (I1048)
 
211 Twin of Harry. Cook, Harvey Wayne (I128)
 
212 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1045)
 
213 Twin of Sarah C. Rodgers, William James (I497)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I351)
 
215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1049)
 
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1044)
 
217 Twin to Bessie Cleo. Earwood, Jessie Theo (I851)
 
218 Twin to Betty June. Mullins, Bonnie Joan (I860)
 
219 Twin to Bonnie Joan. Mullins, Betty June (I859)
 
220 Twin to Earl. Cook, Pearl DeRussey (I511)
 
221 Twin to Geraldine Majors Majors, Imagene (I2148)
 
222 Twin to Imagene Majors Majors, Geraldine (I2149)
 
223 Twin to Isaac N. Folger, James T. (I1885)
 
224 Twin to James T. Folger, Isaac N. (I1886)
 
225 Twin to Jessie Theo. Earwood, Bessie Cleo (I855)
 
226 Twin to Martha.
J. David is listed in his parents household in 1850 and 1860. 
Cook, James David (I503)
 
227 Twin to Pearl. Cook, Earl Darrow (I508)
 
228 Two of their children name them on Social Security applications. Family F442
 
229 Ulan listed himself as born in Morgan County, Alabama on his World War II Draft Registration card. He was most likely born in Oklahoma, where the family was living in the 1910 census and he listed Oklahoma as his birth place on his marriage license application. Linderman, Uland Gordon (I1572)
 
230 Wesley Key Welch served as a Lieutenant in the U.S.Navy reserves during World War II. Welch, Wesley Key (I1416)
 
231 When George married in April 1878, his brother, Isaac, attested to him being at least 21 years of age. If he is 21, then he had to have been born c. 1856 since his birthday was in May or 1857 if they fudged a bit. The 1856 birth year matches the 1860 census where he is 4 years old. His estimated birth year is consistent in censuses until 1900. Folger, George W. (I1831)
 
232 Wilburn was a Seaman 1 Class in the U.S. Navy. He served on the USS Blessman. Hall, Wilburn Cornelius (I289)
 
233 William bought 181.5 acres on four promissory notes. They were paid in full on 1 November 1897. He sold the land on 13 April 1898.[1]

[1] Robertson County, Texas, Deeds, 35:602, Cook to Markham, 1898; County Clerk’s Office, Franklin. 
Cook, William S. (I467)
 
234 William Claude Earwood served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Earwood, William Claude (I1554)
 
235 William enlisted in 2d Co. H, 1 Confederate Reg’t. on 1 September 1862. He was captured on 5 April 1863 at Dauphin Island, Alabama:

“Privates Cook, Howard, Summerford and Williams having obtained permission to pass the picket line wandered too far down the Island and were cut off and captured by a party sent out from one of the enemy’s vessels stationed in Grant’s Pass.”

He was paroled on 9 May and exchanged on 10 May.[1]

William and his father, James, were at the Third Battle of Murfreesboro, also called the Cedars.[2] The Union Army referred to it as Stones River. This battle took place 5–7 December 1864 . They were both captured on 7 December. They were transferred to Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky, arriving 6 January 1865. On 9 January they left for Camp Chase, Ohio, where they were received on 11 January. William was no. 81 and his father no. 80 in Barracks No. 20. James was released on 11 June and William on 13 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.

[1] “Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations Raised Directly By The Confederate Government,” digital images, Fold3 (http://www.fold3.com : accessed 16 April 2015), Unit Information, First Confederate Infantry (First Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers); citing NARA microfilm M258, roll 52.
[2] John Allyn, “Minnesota Regiments at Nashville,” Battle of Nashville Preservation Society, Inc. (http://www.bonps.org : accessed 14 September 2014). 
Cook, William S. (I467)
 
236 William enlisted in Co. C, 18 Reg’t. Virginia Calvary, 2 September 1862, Hampshire County, with his brother Isaac. His father, James, made claim for settlement of deceased soldiers on 22 December 1863, for both sons.
 
Haines, William A. (I1942)
 
237 William likely moved his family to Texas between the 1880 census and the birth of daughter Laura who was born in 1882, Texas. He listed in his Confederate pension application that he was in Robertson County, Texas on 1 January 1880 but his family is listed in the Lowndes County, Alabama census. Cook, William S. (I467)
 
238 William served as a Private in Captain Hamilton Eaton's Independent Corps Infantry. Folger, William H. (I1841)
 

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