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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


John Cook I

Will in Surry, Virginia dated April 10, 1711 and probated June 20, 1711. Children mentioned in the will: John, Henry, and Joanna. The inventory of the estate of John Cooke is recorded in "Will and Deed Book 1709-1715" page 71. This estate totalled in 18,985 acres and was signed by Walton Lastley and Thomas Cotton.


Avis Killingsworth

John Cooke married second, the widow of William Killingsworth, Avis. Wm. Killingsworth's will was probated on March 10, 1709.


Champion Spivey

Lived in Chowan Precinct, North Carolina.
North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1760 - 1800
Will, proved 9-7-1797, listed wife, Sarah; son, John; daughters, Dorothy, Delileah, Rachel.

Research needed:
1840 U. S. Census has a Champion Spivey listed.
I don't have access to it.


Nathaniel Spivey

Will proved in Bertie County, North Carolina in 1759.

Death recorded: Odie Mae Spivey Dunagin, "Spivey Family and Allied Lines," p. 29. (Per Benjamin Kyle Cason)