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1. John COOKE (Sir)
2. Beatrix COOKE m. Married 1: William COPLEY ABT 1501 Married
2: Nicholas RAWSON
3. Richard COOKE of Redden Court (b. 1477 - d. 1517)
4. Mary COOKE (b. 1479 - d. 1517)
5. Anthony COOKE (b. 1481 - d. 1525)
Elizabeth GROVES b: 1764 in Cumberland Co, PA
Jane GROVES b: AFT 1775
Mary GROVES b: AFT 1775
Robert GROVES b: AFT 1775
Samuel [Col] GROVES b: 24 AUG 1776
Isabella GROVES b: ABT 1790
Agnes Weakly "Nancy" GROVES b: 15 AUG 1792 in Wilkes (Now
Madison) Co, GA
CATHERINE5 MCGRAW (NATHAN4, DAVID3, SOLOMON2, AURTHER1) was born
January 12, 1803 in Tennessee, and died 1857 in Holmesville,
Pike County, Mississippi. She married (1) JACOB GIBSON January
18, 1819 in Amite County, Mississippi, She married (2) JESSE
THOMAS November 1842. He was born February 20, 1792, and died
December 17, 1867.
Children of CATHERINE MCGRAW and JACOB GIBSON are:
i. JESSE FORT6 GIBSON, b. January 12, 1825; d. Unknown.
203. ii. RALPH JONES GIBSON, SR., b. December 15, 1827, Pike
County, Mississippi; d. November 14, 1880, McComb, Pike County,
204. iii. MARY GIBSON, b. August 18, 1830; d. Unknown.
Dr. Edwin Timothy Rucker, of Richmond, was born in Amherst
county, Virginia, March 13, 1853. He grew up on the home farm,
obtaining a good preparatory education at Kenmore High School at
Amherst Court House. He then entered Randolph-Macon College,
later taking a medical course at Kentucky School of Medicine,
from which he graduated M. D. in 1876. He at once began
practice, locating at Pohick Church in Fairfax county, Virginia,
continuing there three years. He was then connected with the
college at Ashland until 1888. After two year's rest he located
in Richmond, Virginia, in 1890, and still continues in general
practice in that city, an honored physician of high repute. He
is city physician, has been chairman of the school board for
many years and is a director of the Manchester National Bank. He
is a member of the various professional societies and of the
Central Methodist Episcopal Church. In politics he is a
Dr. Rucker married, in New Glasgow, Amherst county, Virginia,
November 18, 1879, Annie Pendleton Pierce, born in King William
county, Virginia, daughter of Rev. Thomas Amos Pierce, of
Fauquier county, a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church.
He followed the same calling among the soldiers of the
Confederacy, death overtaking him shortly after the war ended.
Rev. Thomas Amos Pierce married Maria Claiborne Dabney, daughter
of Mordecai Booth and Mary Pendleton (Hoomes) Dabney,
granddaughter of Benjamin and Mary (Pendleton) Hoomes. Mary
Pendleton was a descendant of Philip Pendleton, who settled in
New Kent (now Caroline) county, Virginia, coming from England in
1674. Children of Dr. Edwin T. Rucker: Marvin Pierce and Annie
Claiborne, the latter born September 6, 1883, married James
Fleet Reyland in 1908, and resides in Manchester (Richmond).
"May 1, 1765. Edmund Waller of Spts. Co., Gent. and Mary, his
wife, of the first part, John Semple, surviving partner of Robt.
Baylor, Gent., Decd., of second part, and Robt. Wilkinson of
Spts. Co., Blacksmith, of third part. Sd. Edmund Waller and
Mary, his wife, for £50 15s. curr. convey to sd. Robt.
Wilkinson, 151 a. in Spts. Co., residue of a tract of land
whereon sd. Edmund Waller and several of his children now live
and in which sd. Edmund remains seized in fee simple of the
several parts allotted to each of his children that were
entitled by the will or settlement heretofore made thereof by
John Waller, Gent., Decd. (father to the sd. Edmund), in his
lifetime, etc. And the sd. tract having been mortgaged by
indenture Augt. 22, 1764 to the above named John Semple as
surviving partner of Robt. Baylor, Gent., Decd., in order to
secure payment due from sd. Edmund to sd. Semple, and as by
mutual agreement the land was sold, the sd. Semple entering in
this conveyance, etc. Witnesses, O. Towles, Jr.; Jno. Bevy. Roy,
W. Wood. Octr. 7, 1765." From Spotsylvania, Virginia County
Records, 1721-1800, online Ancestry.com.
"Edmund Waller, of Newport, Spotsylvania County,
Virginia, Second Clerk of Spotsylvania 1742-51; m. Mary
Pendleton, and had issue,..."