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Some early landowners in southern Nottoway and northern Lunenburg counties, Virginia and the Cocke (Coke) family who once lived there

by Ben H. Coke
Coke, Ben H., 1936- (Main Author)
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English
[Athens, Georgia] : Iberian Pub. Co., c1997
vi, 138 p. : ill., maps

Notes

Richard Cocke was born in England in 1602, probably to John and Elizabeth Cocke. He was married twice. His first wife was probably Temperance Baley (born 1617). They had two children. His second wife was Mary Aston and they had 5 children. Richard died in 1665. Descendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and elsewhere.

Includes name and plat indexes.

Contains maps with tract codes and a list of landowners giving the names of grantor and grantee, tract code, year, number of acres, source, and other information. Includes a list of streams and other landmarks and the Cocke (Coke) family genealogy.

Includes the related families of Banister, Smith, May, Roberts, Batte, and others.

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