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Location: GOONS
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Latest Activity: Jul 19, 2009

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Descendants of Joshua Crooker, b.1755 d.1820

Started by Shaun Smith Jul 19, 2009.


My 2nd Great Grandfather Allen T Crooker

Allen Henry Trowbridge Crooker was born at North Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 14 October 1851, son of Allen Jay and Hannah (Millett) Crooker.  He died at Norway, Oxford County, Maine, 23 September 1919. In the Census enumerated in Paris, Oxford County, Maine on 16 June 1860, Allen T and his mother Hannah (Millett) Crooker are recorded. He [...]

My 3rd Great Grandfather Allen Jay Crooker

Allen Jay Crooker was born at Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 16 January 1823, son of Isaac Crooker and Irena (Coy) Crooker.  As an adult, he was 5 feet 81/4 inches tall with blue eyes and dark hair. He died at South Paris, Oxford County, Maine, 11 March 1897. He married first at Brockton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, [...]

Crooker Research

This is where I will be putting my notes on what research that I have done a weekly basis. Generally, I only do research on the weeked as a hobby. This past week I changed my personal website  to use The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding© (“TNG”). My father had shown me TNG a few months ago. TNG is very impressive. The [...]

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Comment by Shaun Smith on July 19, 2009 at 6:50pm
Hi Yvonne, Ora Madeline Crooker would be my 7th cousin 3x removed. :)
Comment by Yvonne Curry on July 19, 2009 at 10:43am
My grandmother, Ora Madeline Crooker (1899 - 1993), was born in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. She was the daughter of William Baldwin and Edna (Blakney) Crooker. William was born in Halton Co., Ontario, Canada. William was the son of Titus Cummins and Ada Katherine (Buck) Crooker. I have more information on this family.

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