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Cook family

 Family

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Pennsylvania and West Virginia Genealogies

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1788
Overview Genealogy, family line forms, index, and a family chart of the Bear-Baer and allied families. Compiled by Earle E. Baer, Pittsburgh, PA. Several pages on the Swisher-Bush, and Smith Townsend families were compiled by L. Bush Swisher, Morgantown, and Townsend J. Smith, Tucson, AZ. Also includes the family lines of Bear-Baer, Boreman, Bush, Cook, Edwards, Jackson, Keller, Kurtz-Kurz, Newman, Pursglove, Sellers, Smith, Spencer, Stalnaker-Stelnaker, Steinaker, Watson, and Young-Jung.
Dates: 1944-1947, 1963

Roy Bird Cook (1886-1961), Collector, Tavenner Family Papers and Other Material

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0081
Overview Papers of Thomas Tavenner and the Tavenner family of western Virginia, including correspondence; memoirs; journals; financial and legal documents; pamphlets; newspapers; and other material. Much of the material in this collection regards the Civil War. The Tavenner family were Confederate sympathizers. The collection is organized into ten series, including: 1. Correspondence (1796-1955, undated); 2. Reminiscences (1861-1866, undated); 3. Journals (1840-1863); 4. Financial papers (1821-1901,...
Dates: 1772-1955; Majority of material found within 1855-1866

Roy Bird Cook, Collector, Tavenner Family Papers and Other Material

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0858
Overview Papers of the Tavenner family of western Virginia, including correspondence, newspaper clippings, maps, and other material. Much of the material in this collection regards the Civil War. The Tavenner family was sympathetic to the Confederate cause. One member of the family, William Cabell Tavenner, served in the Confederate army; his letters are part of the collection. This collection also contains material related to families allied to the Tavenner family by marriage, particularly the Withers...
Dates: 1778-1953; Majority of material found within 1819-1884