Patricia Mae “Patsy” (Linderman) Cooke

Glamour Shots – Patricia “Patsy” Mae (Linderman) Cooke, Houston, Harris County, Texas, c. 1995

Patricia Mae Patsy <i>Linderman</i> Cooke

Patricia “Patsy” Linderman Cooke, Matagorda, Texas, c. 1980’s

J.E. Cooke & Patricia “Patsy” (Linderman) Cooke, Matagorda, Texas, 1975, 3rd. time around

Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke, LVN, Matagorda, Texas

Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke, Matagorda, Matagorda, Texas

Brown State Park, Indiana, c. 1940’s (front row left to right) Yvonne Linderman, Dickie and Roy Nelson, Patsy Linderman, Jean Linderman, and Billie Linderman (on end). (back row) Eppie, Art, and Anita Ayala, Gladys, Edward, Harry, and Phyllis Linderman. 

Birth: May 12, 1929
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

Patsy Linderman, Phylis Palen Linderman, and Leo Palen, Dubuque, Iowa, Sept. 25, 1946, home of Edward Francis Linderman at 703 W. Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa.

Death: Jan. 27, 2000

Matagorda
Matagorda County
Texas, USA 

My maternal aunt. Daughter of Harry William “Billy” Linderman & Phylis Adele Eugenia (Palen) Linderman of Houston, Harris, Texas; formerly of Winona, Minnesota and Dubuque, Iowa.

“Billie” (Linderman) Jackson, sister of “Patsy” on left, and on right “Patsy” Patricia (Linderman) Cooke c. 1980’s, in Houston, Harris County, Texas

yvonne-levesque-jean-mancill-patricia-cooke-roy-nelson-and-billie-jackson-matagorda-texas

Yvonne Levesque, Jean Mancill, Patricia Cooke, Roy Nelson, Jr, and Billie Jackson, Matagorda, Texas

Survived by Sisters Yvonne Phyllis (Linderman) Burgess Levesque, and Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill, both of Houston, Harris, Texas.

Preceded in death by Sister, “Billie” Yvarra Irene (Linderman) Jackson of Houston, Harris, Texas.

Wife of J. E. John Elva “Jay” Cooke of Matagorda, Matagorda, Texas. John Elva Cooke survived his wife, Patsy.

Married: 3 Jun. 1949 in Liberty, Liberty County, Texas. Divorced. Remarried: 7 February 1971 and 1975 in Matagorda, Matagorda County, Texas.

Aunt Patsy died of Lung Cancer.
Mother of four children. One son, John Harry Cooke, preceded her in death in 1952 at one month of age, they called it “crib death” now called “sudden infant death syndrome”.

Patsy and J.E. Cooke, Thanksgiving, Matagorda, Matagorda, Texas

Survived by two Sons, Stephen Jay “Steve” Cooke of Matagorda, Texas, Matthew Adam Cooke of Houston, Harris, Texas; and daughter, “Becker” Rebecca Sue Cooke (Reeder)(Floyd) of Kingsbury, Texas.

Painting by Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke for her sister, my mother, Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill, it is a picture of 705 W. Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa, their grandfather, E. F. Linderman’s home. Harry and Phyl Linderman and their daughters resided there during the Depression in 1929.

She was an artist like her Mother, Phyllis Eugenia (Palen) Linderman.

Gayhill, Washington, Texas, 1957

[back row] Patricia Cooke, Phyllis Linderman, Harry Linderman, Jean Frederick, Kenneth Jackson, Billie Jackson, Gladys Nelson,
[front row] David and Jehu Jackson, Joe Frederick, Mike Jackson, Jenny Jackson, Steve Cooke, Phyllis Frederick, Rebecca Cooke, Sally Frederick, Gay Hill, Washington County, Texas, 1957.

The Cooke’s, Linderman’s, Jackson’s, and the Frederick’s all had a summer place together in Gayhill, Washington County, Texas. Phyl & Harry William “Billy” Linderman owned a tavern named “Saturday’s Tavern”, there in Gayhill, Washington, Texas in the 1950’s.

Phyl played the piano, Harry tended bar, Kenneth Jackson, Patsy Cooke, Jean Frederick, and Phyl Linderman sang in the tavern together. Grandma Linderman played the piano and Grandpa Linderman played the violin and organ.

Dogwood painting by “Patsy” Patricia (Linderman) Cooke, of Matagorda, Texas, c.1990.(held by Karl and Fran Frederick, Round Rock, Texas).

Family links: 
Parents:
Harry William Linderman (1903 – 1995)
Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman (1904 – 1963)

Spouse:
John Elva Cooke (1927 – 2010)

Children:
John Harry Cooke (1952 – 1952)

Siblings:
Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Levesque (1924 – 2010)
Yvarra Irene Linderman Jackson (1925 – 1985)
Jean Marie Linderman Mancill (1927 – 2012)

Burial: 
Matagorda Cemetery
Matagorda
Matagorda County
Texas, USA

 john-e-and-patricia-mae-cooke-headstone-matagorda-texas

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 26, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21179956

John Elva “J.E.” or “Jay” Cooke

 

cropped-john-elva-cooke1.jpg

JOHN ELVA “J.E.” COOKE, U.S. NAVY, WORLD WAR II, 1943-1945

John Elva J. E. Cooke

Birth: Feb. 28, 1927
Fort Worth
Tarrant County
Texas, USA

Death: Jul. 22, 2010
Kingsbury
Guadalupe County
Texas, USA 

J.E. COOKE, BOXING, U.S. NAVY, WORLD WAR II-1943-1945

My maternal uncle, a U.S. NAVY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II and on the BOXING TEAM.

PARENTS: JOHN CHESTNUT COOKE & ELVA AMANDA (TREADWELL) COOKE SULLIVAN WHITE.

Patsy Linderman Cooke, and John “J.E.” Cooke, Matagorda, Matagorda, Texas

J.E. COOKE & PATSY LINDERMAN COOKE, 1975, MATAGORDA, MATAGORDA COUNTY, TEXAS.

FIRST WIFE: PATRICIA MAE “PATSY” LINDERMAN. MARRIED: 3 JUNE 1949 IN LIBERTY, LIBERTY, TEXAS. DIVORCED. REMARRIED to PATRICIA “PATSY” MAE LINDERMAN WHATLEY on 7 February 1971 in MATAGORDA, TEXAS.

CHILDREN: JOHN HARRY, STEPHEN “Steve” JAY, REBECCA SUE “BECKER”, AND MATTHEW ADAM COOKE.

SECOND WIFE: BONNIE BROWNING. MARRIED: 1960 BAYCITY, TEXAS. DIVORCED.
CHILD: SHEILA COOKE.

J.E. Cooke, Sheila Cooke’s wedding

RESIDED MATAGORDA, TEXAS.
EMPLOYED BY: SHELL CHEMICAL, PASADENA, AND CELANESE CHEMICAL PLANT, BAYCITY, TEXAS.
Hobbies: fishing, travelling, and boxing.

J.E. & FRANK COOKE?

LEROY & JEAN (LINDERMAN)FREDERICK AND PATSY (LINDERMAN)& J.E. COOKE, C. 1947
 
Family links: 
Parents:
John Chestnut Cooke (1901 – 1977)
Elva Amanda Treadwell White (1911 – 1979)

Spouse:
Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke (1929 – 2000)

Children:
John Harry Cooke (1952 – 1952)

J.E., FRANK, and HASKELL COOKE Families

J.E. COOKE, MATAGORDA, MATAGORDA COUNTY, TEXAS.

J.E. COOKE, MATAGORDA, MATAGORDA, COUNTY, TEXAS

Siblings:
Frank Isaac Cooke (1929 – 2016)
Novell Cooke Baker (1931 – 1992)

Burial: 
Matagorda Cemetery
Matagorda
Matagorda County
Texas, USA 

john-e-and-patricia-mae-cooke-headstone-matagorda-texas

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jul 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55440883

My Maternal Uncle and Aunt, John Elva “J.E.”and Patricia “Patsy” Mae Cooke’s Home, Matagorda, Texas

John and Patsy Cooke, 44 River Bend Road, Matagorda, Texas

yvonne-levesque-jean-mancill-patricia-cooke-roy-nelson-and-billie-jackson-matagorda-texas

patsy-and-john-cooke-matagorda-texas

John and Patsy Cooke resided here from 1950’s to 2010. Patsy died of lung Cancer in 2000, and J.E. resided there up until 2010 when he passed away at the home of his daughter, Rebecca Sue Cooke Reeder Floyd in Kingsbury, Texas. They are both buried in the Matagorda Cemetery. 

Home of John and Patsy (Linderman) Cooke, July 3, 2015, 44 River Bend Road, Matagorda, Texas.    Children: Stephen Jay, Rebecca Sue (Reeder) (Floyd), and Matthew Adam Cooke.

https://i0.wp.com/www.rentmatagorda.com/images/top_3.jpghttps://i2.wp.com/www.matagorda.com/images/seaoats.jpg

Matagorda, Township in Texas

Matagorda is a township in Matagorda County, located near the mouth of the Colorado River on the Upper Texas coast in the United States. In 2010, the population was 503.  Wikipedia

https://i2.wp.com/www.usamls.net/matagordacounty/pa/Darlyne1.jpg

Save

Major Robert Fielding Cooke, Esqr.

Cooke Cemetery, White County, Tennessee, source: Amber Griggs

Birth: Mar. 28, 1752
Chaptico
St. Mary’s County
Maryland, USA

Death: Nov. 12, 1841
Cassville
White County
Tennessee, USA

Related image

AmericanRevolutionaryWarMon.jpg

The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also referred to as the American War of Independence and the Revolutionary War in the United States, was an armed conflict between Great Britain and thirteen of its North American colonies that after onset of the war declared independence as the United States of America.

American Revolutionary War Hero, fought under George Washington at Valley Forge in 1777. A Faithful Public Officer, A Social Companion, An Affectionate Husband, A Kind Neighbor, A Tender Parent, An Honest Man.

Family links:
Spouse:
Susannah Burch Watson Cooke (1760 – 1823)

Name Robert Cook
Spouse’s Name Susannah Watson
Event Date 07 Jan 1778
Event Place Saint Marys,Maryland
Citing this Record
“Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F4VQ-J92 : 12 December 2014), Robert Cook and Susannah Watson, 07 Jan 1778; citing Saint Marys,Maryland, reference ; FHL microfilm 13,148.

Children:

Mary Cooke Pirtle (1778 – 1830)
Richard Fielding Cooke (1787 – 1870)
Nancy Cooke Rhea (1797 – 1879)

William Henry Cooke (1784-1848)

Burial:
Cooke Cemetery
White County
Tennessee, USA

Created by: Amber Griggs
Record added: Mar 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 66835532

Cooke Cemetery

Robert Cooke, Revolutionary War Hero

photo courtesy: Richard

Susannah Burch Watson – Virginia

Image result for Culpeper,, Virginia, USA

Susannah Burch Watson

Daughter of James Charles Watson and Mary Jane Greene.

Wife of Major Robert Fielding Cooke.

Image result for Culpeper,, Virginia, USA

Birth: Apr. 18, 1760
Culpeper County
Virginia, USA

Image result for Culpeper,, Virginia, USA

Death: May 12, 1823
Sparta
White County
Tennessee, USA

Image result for Sparta White County Tennessee

Family links:
Parents:
James Charles Watson (1726 – 1795)
Mary Jane Greene Watson (1729 – ????)

Spouse:
Robert Fielding Cooke (1752 – 1841)

The county is named after The Virgin Mary. It was the “first county named in a colony intended to be a haven for Catholics.” The settlement of Lord Baltimore’s Maryland began with the arrival of passengers from England at St. Clement’s Island, on the Potomac River in what is now southwestern St. Mary’s County, on March 25, 1634 (celebrated annually ). The passengers arrived in two vessels, the Ark and the Dove, which had set sail from the Isle of Wight on November 22, 1633. The county is also home to the first Catholic Mass celebrated in the original thirteen colonies. source: Wikipedia

Married: 7 January 1778 in Saint Mary’s Parish, Charles, Maryland.

Children:
Mary Cooke Pirtle (1778 – 1830)
William Henry Cooke (1784 – 1848)
Richard Fielding Cooke (1787 – 1870)
Nancy Cooke Rhea (1797 – 1879)

Burial:

May 12, 1823
Cooke Cemetery
White County
Tennessee, USA 

Related image

Created by: Amber Griggs
Record added: Mar 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 66835927

 

John Cooke, Jr, Northleach, Gloucestershire, England

Northleach Parish Church - Northleach, Gloucestershire

Northleach Parish Church – Northleach, Gloucestershire, England

John Cooke (aka Cook), Jr, son of John Cooke, Sr. and Jane Thorpe.

Birth: 31 December 1659
Northleach, Gloucestershire, England

Christened: 21 January 1660

Northleach, Gloucestershire, England

Gloucestershire, English non-metropolitan county, Gloucestershire is a county in South West England. The county comprises part of the Cotswold Hills, part of the flat fertile valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean. Wikipedia 
COOKESTOWN, WESTMEATH, TYRONE, IRELAND
Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland 

Death: 1733
Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland 

Married: 1683 in Saintbury, Gloucestershire, England to Elizabeth Ross.

Children: Mary, Jane, Christine, Mary Foster, Robert E, and Margaret Cooke. 

COOKESTOWN, WESTMEATH, IRELAND

Cookstown is a town and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is the fourth largest town in the county and had a population of nearly 11,000 people in the 2001 Census. It is one of the main towns in the area of Mid-Ulster.

It was founded around 1620 when the townlands in the area were leased by an English ecclesiastical lawyer, Dr. Alan Cooke, from the Archbishop of Armagh, who had been granted the lands after the Flight of the Earls during the Plantation of Ulster.

It was one of the main centres of the linen industry West of the River Bann, and until 1956, the processes of flax spinning, weaving, bleaching and beetling were carried out in the town. Cookstown’s famous main street (laid out from c. 1735–c.1800), is 1.25 miles (2.01 km) long and 135 feet (41.15 m) wide, one of the longest, and widest in Ireland. source: Wikipedia

Killymoon Castle, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, on the north bank of the Ballinderry

Killymoon Castle, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

Cookstown, Ireland landscape

Burial: 
Saint Patrick Cemetery

Ballinderry Chapel

130 Ballinderry Bridge Rd
Cookstown
County Tyrone Northern Ireland
Postal Code: BT80 0AY

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Mar 16, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 159539610

Major Richard Fielding Cooke

MAJ Richard Fielding CookeMAJ Richard Fielding Cooke

Birth: Jul. 8, 1787
Culpeper County
Virginia, USA

Death: 1870
Cookeville
Putnam County
Tennessee, USA

Major in the War of 1812 for the United States

War of 1812 Military Conflict Start date: June 18, 1812
The War of 1812 was a military conflict, lasting for two and a half years, fought by the United States of America against the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, its North American colonies, and its North American Indian allies. Wikipedia  

Family links:
Parents:
Robert Fielding Cooke (1752 – 1841)
Susannah Burch Watson Cooke (1760 – 1823)

Spouse:
Margaret Cox Cooke (1791 – 1849)

Children:
Attaline Cooke Dowell (1814 – 1893)
Minerva Payne Cooke Balkman (1816 – 1883)

Siblings:
Mary Cooke Pirkle (1778 – 1830)
Nancy Cooke Rhea (1797 – 1879)

Burial:
Cooke Cemetery
Baxter
Putnam County
Tennessee, USA 

Created by: Amanda Canion
Record added: Sep 19, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29912996

Cooke Cemetery

 

Major Richard Fielding Cooke
For forty years a member of the Chrisham Church.
An affectionate Husband, an indulgent Father, and a kind Neighbor; he has gone to his just reward. Sleep on in your quite grave, until the resurrection of the just.
Photo taken and donated to me by Bobbie, 
Added by: Amanda Canion10/08/2008

Robert Lafayet Cooke

Robert Lafayet CookeRobert Lafayet Cooke

Image result for Cooke County, Texas

Birth: Feb. 18, 1876
Cooke County
Texas, USA
Death: Dec. 20, 1954
Goree
Knox County
Texas, USA 

Son of Robert Fielding Cooke and Nancy Jane “Nanny” Chestnut.

Army Veteran of World War I.
Husband of Louisa Lettitia “Lettie” (Haskins). Married on 27 July 1898 in Cooke County, Texas.
Children: Ruth, Mack, Robert Lynn, H. H., Samuel “Sam” Chestnut, James, and Fay Cooke (Griffith).

Family links:  
Parents:
Robert Fielding Cooke (1834 – 1898)
Nancy Jane (Chestnutt) Cooke (1836 – 1899)

Spouse:
Louisa Lettitia “Lettie” (Haskins) Cooke (1873 – 1946)

Siblings:
James H Cooke (1860 – 1947)
John Chestnutt Cooke (1862 – 1933)
William Dudley Cooke (1865 – 1946)

Burial: 
Brushy Cemetery
Haskell County
Texas, USA 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jan 06, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 156775840

Longhorns, 3G Ranch, Cooke County, Texas

 

Frank Isaac Cooke

 

ccc63-godsgarden

I found this poem on Frank’s memorial pamphlet.

Birth: Feb. 21, 1929
Fort Worth
Tarrant County
Texas, USA
Death: Jan. 6, 2016
Baytown
Harris County
Texas, USA 

Son of John Chestnutt Cooke and Elva Amanda (Treadwell) Cooke Sullivan White of Texas. A kind and honorable man of God.
Brother of John Elva Cooke, Novell Cooke (Bickley)(Baker), and Wayne Ray Sullivan.
Religion: Baptist, Baytown, Harris, Texas.

Occupation: Pharmacist in Baytown, Harris, Texas.

Memorial services were held on Friday, January 8, 2016 at South Park Cemetery, Pearland, Texas. Officiating: Rev. Bill Yowell. Preceded in death: Father-John Chestnutt Cooke and Mother – Elva Amanda (Treadwell) Cooke Sullivan White.

Family links: 
Parents:
John Chestnutt Cooke (1901 – 1977)
Elva Amanda (Treadwell) White (1911 – 1979)

Sibling:
John Elva “J. E.” Cooke (1927 – 2010)

Burial: 
South Park Cemetery
Pearland
Brazoria County
Texas, USA 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jan 07, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 156809374

Frank Isaac Cooke

James Wesley Griggs~ Era, Cooke County, Texas

Birth: Sep. 20, 1848
Wadesboro
Anson County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jan. 3, 1929
Fort Worth
Tarrant County
Texas, USA
Family links:
Spouse:
Missouri “Margaret” Felker Griggs (1852 – 1892)

Married on the 5 Oct. 1871 in Collin County, Texas

Children:
John Lee Griggs (1876 – 1945)

Burial:
Era Cemetery
Era
Cooke County
Texas, USA
Plot: Sec 1, Row 6, Aisle 12, Plot D

Created by: Linda Christensen
Record added: Jan 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47023235

Era is an unincorporated community in Cooke County, Texas, United States. It’s a small farming village in the southwest portion of the county. Era was founded in 1878, after Judge J.M. Lindsay donated 6 acres for a school. The town was named for Era Hargrave, the daughter of an early settler. Today, the community of Era has a school, post office, volunteer fire department, and a Subway.
About 7 miles west of Era, there is the Liberman Broadcasting Tower Era, one of earth’s tallest structures, and as of May 2007 was the tallest structure in Texas.[1] The tower is named for its proximity to Era, though it is much closer to Rosston and Leo.[2]
The Era Independent School District serves area students.