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Cook, William Gregor  

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carolyn harvey OWC
(@carolyn-harvey-owc)
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My great great grandmothers adopted parents were William Gregor/Grigor and Sarah Ann Wright they lived some where in the Bay of Islands I believe not sure, they adopted Sarah Ann Cook in 1869, she was a Maori baby, the Cook Family were large and a lot are now some where around the Waipukurau area I believe can anyone help with information please

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Posted : 01 June, 2007 12:55 am
ngati_kuri@hotmail.com OWC
(@ngati_kurihotmail-com-owc)
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Search the family name Cook (Kuku) in the Search Tab above. There was a Cook reunion last year and there was a woman posting (name eludes me right now) is related to the two Cook family lines from Bay of Islands and Kaimaumau.

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Posted : 15 June, 2007 12:46 am
pono OWC
(@pono-owc)
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kia ora

I know two people they never meet their biological father. His name was Graham Cook describe as a tall person was living at south island.

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Posted : 15 June, 2007 2:08 am
Cookie-little OWC
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Now heres a howdy dodee. I just posted for the cook family. I know my father has family in the Hamilton area and Matamata. My name is Elizabeth Cook (Kuku).

My fathers name is "Richard Maynard Cook" who has siblings in the afore mentioned area. Uncle Ted - John - Mike, to name a few, and sisters which I can only recall as "lovey" and Lavina. At least I hop so.

My dad has passed on, and was living in the south Island. Invercargill. He married Betty Te Amohanga. Just wondering if we are related. I think we buried my grandmother in Rotorua. It was a long time ago, over 20 years.

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Posted : 18 March, 2008 12:26 pm
Cookie-little OWC
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Now heres a howdy dodee. I just posted for the cook family. I know my father has family in the Hamilton area and Matamata. My name is Elizabeth Cook (Kuku).

My fathers name is "Richard Maynard Cook" who has siblings in the afore mentioned area. Uncle Ted - John - Mike, to name a few, and sisters which I can only recall as "lovey" and Lavina. At least I hop so.

My dad has passed on, and was living in the south Island. Invercargill. He married Betty Te Amohanga. Just wondering if we are related. I think we buried my grandmother in Rotorua. It was a long time ago, over 20 years.

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Posted : 18 March, 2008 12:26 pm
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