• Welcome to Family History Forum 🔎

    Dive into a community where unraveling family history is a shared passion. Here, real people collaborate, offering advice, insights, and support in navigating the rich tapestry of genealogy. Engage in vibrant discussions, pose questions, or celebrate your latest findings on our active message boards.

    Whether you're piecing together ancestry or breaking through brick walls in your research, our forum is your essential resource 📚

    Join fellow family historians in this journey, where every story uncovered strengthens the bonds that connect us all 🔗

    Family History UK
  • Do you love Genealogy? Why not write for us? we're looking for volunteers to write articles for Family history. Please contact us for further information.

COOK & ?

DaveHam9

Loyal Member
Staff member
Moderator
Posts
84,464
Likes
1,366
Location
Sydney
#22
Thanks gibbo.

No birth for a Philip/Phillip Cook with mmn Tupper.

COOK, WALTER - TUPPER
GRO Reference: 1860 S Quarter in MALLING Volume 02A Page 356
 
Last edited:

gibbo

Loyal Member
Posts
23,596
Likes
1,100
Location
queensland
#23
Found this VIC bmd

Event: deaths
Registration number 15006 / 1886
Family name: COOK
Given name(s) Philip
Place of event: Austral, At Sea On Board " Austral ", Australia
Mother's name <Unknown Family Name>, Unknown
Mother's family name at birth UNKNOWN
Father's Name: <Unknown Family Name>, Unknown
Age at death 0
 

gibbo

Loyal Member
Posts
23,596
Likes
1,100
Location
queensland
#27
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957)
Thu 23 Dec 1886

There were two deaths during the voyage, and a
steerage passenger gave birth to a male infant The
first death was that of Philip Cook, third class passenger,
bound to Sydney, who died on November
30 from heart disease
The second was that of
Henry Petch, a second class passenger also bound
to Sydney who died on December 8, from presume
no. Fetch was 40 years of age Cook had relatives
on board with him


https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/11583905
.
 

DaveHam9

Loyal Member
Staff member
Moderator
Posts
84,464
Likes
1,366
Location
Sydney
#28
Thanks gibbo.


COOK, HARRY - HICKMOTT
GRO Reference: 1884 M Quarter in MALLING Volume 02A Page 624

COOK, EADA - HICKMOTT
GRO Reference: 1882 D Quarter in MALLING Volume 02A Page 596

COOK, MARGARET - HICKMOTT
GRO Reference: 1881 J Quarter in MALLING Volume 02A Page 570

??
Marriages Dec Qtr 1879
COOK Thomas Malling 2a 927
HICKMOTT MARY ANN Malling 2a 927
 

DaveHam9

Loyal Member
Staff member
Moderator
Posts
84,464
Likes
1,366
Location
Sydney
#30
COOK.-May 5, 1932, at her residence, Cook's-road, Plumpton, Mary Ann Cook, relict of the late T. Cook and beloved mother of Margaret, Eada, and Harry, aged 76 years.

Re post #28 Philip must have be born with reg as Thomas.

COOK, THOMAS - TUPPER
GRO Reference: 1855 D Quarter in MALLING Volume 02A Page 295
 

emeltee

Loyal Member
Posts
6,607
Likes
374
Location
Liverpool
#38
Marriage
Henry Cook/Alice McEvoy Sep 1886 Elham 2a 1469

Henry Cook, 31, Gardener, batchelor, married Alice McEvoy, spinster, 12 September 1886 at St John the Baptist Church, Folkestone. Witnesses were Walter and Ellen Cook. Henry's father was Philip Cook, a Brickayer and Alice's father William McEvoy no occupation given, not did it state 'Deceased'. However I cannot find anything on Alice - no birth ref., baptism or Census entry
 

Similar threads

Top