Thomas Cook

FatherJohn Cook (c 1779-)
MotherAnn Sackett (1779-1869)
Thomas Cook, son of John Cook and Ann Sackett, was born in Ash next Sandwich, KentG, in 1800 and baptized at St Nicholas, Ash next SandwichG, on 3 August 1800.1
     In 1861 Thomas was living in Ash next SandwichG and was recorded in the census as Thomas Cook, a farmer, head of household, single, aged 58. Living with him were his widowed mother Ann, 82, and his unmarried sister Charlotte, aged 38. There was also a female domestic servant in the household.2

 Notes & Citations

  1. Baptisms Register, St Nicholas, Ash next Sandwich, Kent (Findmypast image), "3 Aug 1800 Thos Cook son of John & Ann."
  2. 1861 England census, RG 9; Piece: 539; Folio: 50; Page: 6; GSU roll: 542658
    Ware, Ash next Sandwich, Kent
    Cook, Thomas, head, unm, 58, farmer of 50 acres, 1 man & boy, b. Ash
    Cook, Ann, mother, wid, 82, independent, b. Ramsgate
    Cook, Charlotte, sister, unm, 38, independent, b. Ash
    Hogbin, Mary Ann, servant, 29, house servant, b. Kent, Lyminge.
Sackett line6th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
Last Edited5 Oct 2019

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