General Information
and List of References

    Pg 99
    The following information was sought for each member of the family:

    Name:________(Generation #):
    Born:_______(Date) in____.(Location)
    Died: ____(Date) from ____ and is buried in ____(Location)
    Education:____(Degree) from_____(School) in ___ (Year Graduated)
    Married:___(Name) on___(Date) in ___(Place)
    Born: _____(Date) in ___ (Location)
    Died: ____(Date) from ____ and buried in ____(Location)
    Education:_____(Degree) from __ in ___(Year Graduated).
    Notes: Children: __#___
    Name: ________
    Born: ____(Date) in ____(Location).
    Died: ____(Date) from ____ and buried in ____(Location)
    Education: _____(Degree) from _____(School) in ___ (Year Graduated).
    Married: _____ (Name) on ___ (Date) in ___ (Location).
    (Link to child's page)

    Reference documents from Adeline's Genealogy paper dtd 1973:

    Given to H.L.C. by Howard Dakin French at New England Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton Place, Boston Mass. in 1926.
  • "Colonial History of Hartford", by Love.
  • "Original Proprietors of Hartford" p. 265, Memorial History of Hartford County, 1886.
  • "List of Thomas Hooker Co." (60 members from Cambridge)
  • "Genealogical Gleanings in England" H. F. Waters.
  • 'The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy - First Families in America."
  • "New England Genealogical Register" (no index since 50th), Vol 64 for Wadsworth.
  • "Prominent Families in America," A. M. Burke.
  • "Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families, 1620-1700"
  • "Genalogical Dictionary of New England," Savage, 4 Vol (A collection of 30,000 names of Emigrants in Penn, 1727-1726.
  • "Cook," a genealogy principally in Mass. & Conn. `1665-1882, by James Cook, Lowell, Mass. Vox Populi Press, 1882.
  • "Wadsworth," C. C. Baldwin
  • "Two Hundred Fifty Years of the Wadsworth Family in America," by H. A. Wadsworth, 1883.
  • "Pedigree of Ames Family," Reginald Ames.
  • "Hindsale of England Genealogy," Alfred Holman, 1906.
  • Secured notes at Library of New England Genealogical Society, Boston, from:
    • "Landed Gentry" by Burke PG SHE - 52 - F 1883.
    • "Shepard Family" G. SHE - 58- 66
    • Descendants of Edward Shepard G SHE - 51 - GC00 MSND.
    • Memories of John H. Shepard G. SHE - 66.
  • Manuscript by J. S. D. Cook of Kansas City Mo. 1897.
  • "American Marriage Records before 1699" Clemens.
  • "How to Trace Your Own Ancestry" Sidney A. Meriden.
  • "Reg. of Officers of Continental Army" Frances B. Heitzmann.
  • U. S. Census. Heads of Families at First Census taken 1690. Cambridge, Mass. 12 vol.
  • Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England, 1860, 4 vol. Savage.
  • Original List of Persons of Quality, etc from Great Britain to American Plantations. Hotten.
  • Ancestral Charts by Howard Cook Raymond dtd 28 June 1937.

Link to Front Page & Individual Family Members' Names, pg 00
Link to Pedigree Reference pages pg, 99-a
Link to Reference to Adeline Bassett Cook's Pedigree, pg 99-b
Link to Shepard Family Heritage, pg 99-c
Link to Bassett Family Heritage, pg 99-d
Link to St Anne's Cook Family Cemetery Plot, pg 99-e
Link to Family Heritage Charts, pg 99-f