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  Joseph Cook, LCPL, Marine Corps, Foxboro MA, 10May68 58E005 - The Virtual Wall®
Cook, 22, a member of the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines, was among those killed when a border observation camp was attacked and overrun near Ngok Tavak along the Laotian border in western South Vietnam.
When Cook died, at age 19 on May 10, 1968, his body was left behind in the midst of a chaotic and bloody firefight.
Cook's remains were found along with 12 others, five of whom have been identified through DNA testing, said Scott Thomas, 58, a Marine Corps veteran who served with Cook at Little Ngok Tavak Hill.
www.virtualwall.org /dc/CookJF01a.htm   (1553 words)

  
 Joseph Cook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Joseph Cook GCMG PC (7 December 1860 30 July 1947), Australian politician and sixth Prime Minister of Australia, was born in Silverdale, a small mining town near Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, England.
Cook was part of the Australian delegation at the Paris Peace Conference where he defended the White Australia Policy and supported Australia's annexation of German New Guinea.
Cook retired from parliament in 1921 and was appointed Australian High Commissioner in London, where he served until 1927.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Joseph_Cook   (687 words)

  
 John Joseph Cook Collection at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
John Joseph Cook, son of John Scott Cook and brother to Maria Cook Webb (mother of Lucy Webb Hayes) was born May 28, 1809, at Willow Branch, Union Township, Ross County, Ohio.
James Cook McKell [1837- ?] Son of Phebe Cook and William McKell, and therefore nephew of John Joseph Cook enlisted in the 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War, serving from October of 1861 to January of 1865.
Joseph Scott McKell [1846- ?] Son of Phebe Cook and William McKell and therefore nephew of John Joseph Cook.
www.rbhayes.org /mssfind/hayes_coll/jjcook.htm   (2055 words)

  
 JOSEPH COOK, JR. - AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS - (AMLN): 01-02-19
Cook is a founder and serves as Chairman of the Board of Microbia, Inc., a privately held biotechnology company.
Cook: Amylin was founded in 1987 following the discovery that a second hormone, amylin, is produced by the beta cells in the pancreas.
Cook: There are 3.7 million people in the US alone using multiple daily doses of insulin to treat their diabetes, and statistics indicate that a high percentage of these people still are not achieving adequate control with the existing therapies.
www.twst.com /ceos/amln2.html   (2637 words)

  
 Prime Minister - Sir Joseph Cook
Joseph Cook was born in Staffordshire in England on 7 December 1860 to William and Margaret (Fletcher) Cooke.
Joseph Cook was not an ardent federationist and voted against the first referendum in 1898, but campaigned throughout mining areas for the 'yes' vote in the 1899 referendum.
Cook was a key figure in establishing the organisational structure of the party and in shaping its 'anti-socialist' policies in opposing the Labor Party.
www.gavmag.com /austpm/pm_cook.htm   (1923 words)

  
 Joseph Cook
Cook served Reid well as a loyal and able administrator and, in 1901, won the federal seat of Parramatta which he was to hold for 20 years.
Cook allied his party with Deakin's and became deputy leader and Minister for Defence in what was generally known as the 'fusion' government.
Cook's later comment on their roles at the conference was that "I did a lot of the yarding but Hughes did all the barking.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/5557/cook.html   (1249 words)

  
 Nelson Cook
Cook's letters (alone) make reference to some portraits he did of his family, including several of brother Ransom, Ransom's wife, Rachel Ayres Cook (an original and a much later copy in the 1870s?), and his mother.
Cook also may have done at least two self-portraits, one as a young man in 1832 and, perhaps, one in 1856 -- this is an open question (you decide!).
In 1854 Cook negotiated with his brother for a loan with which to purchase a piano for his daughter, Marion, suggesting that Ransom take a mortgage for the instrument and promising not to build on his property in Saratoga until the debt was paid.
personal.atl.bellsouth.net /n/e/nelsoncook/bio.html   (2492 words)

  
 Elizabeth Cook Bible Records
Joseph Cook was Born Martch 6 - - - - - - 1800
On the inside of the front binder is written in fl ink, Elizabeth G Cooks, and underneath written in pencil is mrs Patten Died may the 3 and was buried may the 6 1896.
The death entries for James Cook died 1816, Silas Cook died 1817, and Green Cook died 1832 also appear to be in the earlier handwriting style.
home1.gte.net /chris.stillwell/roots/library/Cookbibl.htm   (741 words)

  
 Joseph T Cook (East Texas) History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Cook's Fort, three miles southeast of Rusk in Cherokee County, was built in late 1839 or early 1840 by a military company under the command of Capt. G.
The fort, named in honor of Joseph Thomas Cook, who owned the land and had the primitive fort and stockade built, became a gathering place for new settlers in the area and gave them a sense of security while they scouted for a location of their own.
Cook and his wife, Mary (Moore), had come from South Carolina through Alabama and Mississippi before they arrived in the San Augustine area in the early 1830s.
hometown.aol.com /mzdct/myhomepage/heritage.html   (639 words)

  
 Cook (1)
Francis Cook was possibly born in Oversly, Warwicks., sometime prior to 1775.
Joseph was baptised in Coughton in 1799, the son of Francis Cook and Mary.
Born in Coughton, Warwickshire, in 1830 she was the daughter of Joseph Cook and Phoebe.
familyhistory.ianstanley.org.uk /html/cook__1_.html   (262 words)

  
 Joseph Cook
Cook then studied three years at Andover, adding a fourth year for special study of advanced religious and philosophical thought.
Cook conducted a Boston Monday-noon lectureship and a New York Thursday-evening lectureship, besides filling a large number of engagements.
Cook's popularity arises from the fact that he attempts to show that science is in harmony with religion and the Bible.
www.famousamericans.net /josephcook   (657 words)

  
 Genealogy of a Cook Family
In records of Waterborough Town Meetings a Joseph COOK was chosen and sworn as a surveyor of highways on 24 Apr 1847.
The fact that Charles W. COOK is listed as a surveyor of highways for the general neighborhood of the Earle home at Waterboro Town Meetings for 1852, 1855, and 1857 (not to mention his future wife lived nearby), strongly suggests this entry also refers to him.
Cook completed 25 years of service for the company in 1949, he was presented with a gold watch and a certificate of distinguished service.
homepages.wmich.edu /~rudged/gen/cook.html   (5946 words)

  
 Australia's Prime Ministers - Meet a PM - Cook
Joseph Cook was 31 in 1891 when he became Labor member for Hartley in the New South Wales parliament.
Joseph Cook (second from left) and Mary Cook (right) meet the people of Parramatta, New South Wales on 2 November 1913, the 125th anniversary of its foundation.
Joseph Cook was Australia’s sixth Prime Minister, taking office in 1913 with a Liberal Party majority of only one seat in the House of Representatives.
primeministers.naa.gov.au /meetpm.asp?pmId=7   (240 words)

  
 Family Tree of George Cook
Joseph was wounded at Stone River, taken to a Union field hospital and later transferred to the Federal prison at Pine Bluff, Ark. He was released May 7, 1865 after signing the Oath of Allegiance of the U.S. He never fully recovered from his wounds.
They were buried across the road in a grove of trees from the cemetary that Joseph and Kate were buried in.
COOK (JOSEPH D.) was born Aug-28-1867 in Ark. Co.
users.txk.net /64fry64/cook.html   (414 words)

  
 Papers of Sir Joseph Cook - MS 762 & MS 2212
This collection was donated to the Library in 1953 by Mr R. Cecil Cook, son of Sir Joseph Cook.
25.Peter Cook, Pitboy to Prime Minister, 16 p., n.d.; John Murdoch, Sir Joe: A biographical sketch of Sir Joseph Cook, Stoke-on-Trent, 1979; James Jarvis, The beginnings of the settlement in the parish of Castle Hill, 36p., n.d.
The series includes photographs of a reception for Australian boy scouts in London, portraits of Sir Joseph, and Sir Joseph and Dame Mary laying the commemoration stone at the 125th anniversary of the erection of the first government house at Parramatta.
nla.gov.au /nla.ms-ms762   (2345 words)

  
 National Archives of Australia - Publications - Fact Sheet 72 - Joseph Cook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Joseph Cook entered the New South Wales Legislative Assembly as one of the first Labor members in the election of 1891.
Cook represented Australia at the Imperial War Conference (1918) and Versailles Peace Conference (1919) and acted as Prime Minister for five months in 1921.
Joseph Cook returned to Australia in 1927 at the conclusion of his term as High Commissioner.
www.naa.gov.au /Publications/fact_sheets/FS72.html   (816 words)

  
 Joseph Cook Genealogy Union and Webster County Kentucky   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Joseph Cook Genealogy Union and Webster County Kentucky
The Joseph COOK family of Union and Webster Counties
Cook b: 1871 in KY Melvin Cook b: 1873 in KY Joseph Cook b: 1876 in KY James Cook b: 1879 in KY Bill Cook  (K5LPS)          
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Estates/4375/cookjosephunioncoky.html   (98 words)

  
 Merlyn Joseph Cook Bio Genealogy
Merlyn J. Cook was member #429 of the VA-NC Piedmont Genealogical Society of Danville, VA. He submitted an article on the COOK Family that was in the Bulletin Of The VA-NC Piedmont Genealogical Society, Volume IV, August 1982, Number Three, page 110, 111.
COOK II and Margaret married into other families in the area, most of which were probably close neighbors.
COOK II and Margaret, they lost their 2 oldest sons, Jesse and Hosea, son-in-law Lewis MASTEN, husband of Margaret, and two grandsons, children of Wm.
www.ancestorstories.org /dad/cook/merlyn/index.cfm   (841 words)

  
 Joseph Cook Bunten
JOSEPH COOK BUNTEN, M. Since 1915 the medical profession at Douglass has been capably represented by Doctor Bunten, a young physician and surgeon of thorough training and capabilities and already well established in practice.
Daniel Cook Bunten, father of Doctor Bunten, was born in Kilmarnock, Scotland, June 30, 1864.
Joseph Cook Bunten spent most of his early life at Scranton.
skyways.lib.ks.us /genweb/archives/1918ks/biob/buntenjc.html   (614 words)

  
 Milton Joseph Cook
Milton Cook was very well educated for his day and considered a brilliant scholar, having earned two degress from Wabash College at Crowfordsville, Indiana.
Besides his daughter, the Cooks were the parents of twin boys who died at birth.
This is where his brother Norman W. Cook married Mary E. Green and lived thier with her family for a time.
homepage.mac.com /gmcgowan/genealogy/PS04/PS04_056.HTM   (514 words)

  
 MSB Mammal Division - Dr. Joseph Cook CV
Joseph Anthony Cook, Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Curator of Mammals
Cook, J. Hoberg, A. Koehler, S. MacDonald, H. Henttonen, L. Wickstrom, V. Haukisalmi, K. Galbreath, F. Chernyavski, N. Dokuchaev, A. Lahzuhtkin, A. Hope, E. Waltari, A. Runck, A. Veitch, R. Popko, E. Jenkins, S. Kutz, and R. Eckerlin.
Cook, J. MtDNA evidence for repeated pulses of speciation within arvicoline and murid rodents.
www.msb.unm.edu /mammals/Cook/cv.html   (1540 words)

  
 Cook Farm - Registered Holsteins, Jerseys and Flayvors Restaurant
Cook Farm was purchased in 1909 by Joseph Cook.
Cook Farm is proud to have won Premier Breeder for 18 consecutive years at the Massachusetts State Show.
Cook Farm: 1 E. Hadley Rd. Hadley, MA 01035
www.cookfarm.com   (211 words)

  
 Cook Family History
Story told was that our Cook line originally came from the Black Forest region of Germany.
John Cook born December 4, 1792 SC married Margaret Ditterline on August 20, 1814 in Caldwell County, KY. Bond was issued in Livingston County, KY. John died Sept 15, 1830 and is buried at the Cook Cemetery in Boydsville, KY.
Also a Joseph Cook is in the 1830 tax list at Bayou de Chien.
home.apex.net /~ritafitz   (1120 words)

  
 Jose   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Conroy, C. and Cook, J. MtDNA evidence for repeated pulses of speciation within arvicoline and murid rodents.
Halanych, K.M, Demboski, J.R., van Vuuren, B.J., Klein, D.R., and Cook, J.A. Cytochrome b phylogeny of North American hares and jackrabbits (Lepus, Lagomorpha) and the effects of mutational saturation in outgroup taxa.
Cook, J. Bidlack, C. Conroy, J. Demboski, M. Fleming, A.
www.isu.edu /~cookjose   (965 words)

  
 The Times West Virginian - Joseph Cook Sr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Joseph Allon Cook Sr., 69, of Akron, Ohio, formerly of Fairmont, died Sunday (May 21, 2006) at City Hospital in Akron, Ohio.
He was born Dec. 18, 1937, in Fairmont, the son of the late Elgin and Sarah Canzater Cook.
Cook attended the former Dunbar High School in Fairmont and was employed by the former Owens-Illinois Glass Plant in Fairmont with 16 years of service.
www.timeswv.com /obituaries/local_story_145204714.html   (399 words)

  
 My Cook Genealogical Database
Marriage: Joseph MILLER in Concord MM, Chester County, Pennsylvania
Marriage: Belinda COOK on 10 Aug 1836 in Ellwood MM, McKendree Twp, Vermilion County, Illinois
Marriage: Elizabeth COOKE on 11 Nov 1694 in Concord MM, Chester County, Pennsylvania
home.kc.rr.com /kenneal/cook/coo00012.htm   (560 words)

  
 Bun Cook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
September 18, 1903 in Kingston, Ontario - March 19, 1988) was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League and the Saskatoon Crescents in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association.
Bun was part of the Bread Line with his brother Bill Cook and Frank Boucher.
The line scored every Ranger goal in the Stanley Cup finals in 1928, leading the team to its first Cup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bun_Cook   (120 words)

  
 artwork by Beryl Cook from cca galleries
Other well-known artists featured are Beryl Cook, Jurgen Gorg, Phil Greenwood, Heidi Konig, Sir Peter Blake, Annora Spence and Richard Spare to mention a few.
All very impressive for an artist who is entirely self taught and remains very modest and somewhat surprised by her success.
Undoubtedly Beryl Cook will be remembered as a great social observer a recorder of what people wore and how they enjoyed themselves at the end of the twentieth century.
www.ccagalleries.co.uk /Beryl_Cook.html   (417 words)

  
 Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer - Illinois Accident Attorney - Cook County Medical Malpractice Lawyer
I assume you're visiting this site because you have been injured or a loved one has been injured or killed by the wrongful acts of others.
JOSEPH G. All Fees are Contingent Upon a Successful Outcome...
Diocese Named In Sex-Abuse Lawsuit A former altar boy at St. Mary's Church in Park Forest filed a lawsuit against the Diocese of Joliet on Monday alleging that a priest sexually molested him in 1980.
www.josephklest.com   (361 words)

  
 Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby
The Museum is in the 17th century house on Whitby’s harbour where the young James Cook lodged as apprentice.
It was here Captain Cook trained as a seaman, leading to his epic voyages of discovery
Learn about Cook's service in the Royal Navy and Canada...
www.cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk   (131 words)

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