Alice Elizabeth Cook1

F, #2352, b. 28 Oct 1868, d. before 3 Oct 1942
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FatherJames Cook2 b. 1842, d. before 23 Feb 1922
MotherSarah Hammond2 b. between 3 Apr 1846 and 1 Apr 1848, d. before 19 Dec 1928
     Alice Elizabeth Cook was born on 28 Oct 1868.3 She was the daughter of James Cook and Sarah Hammond.2 Her birth was registered in the Dec 1868 quarter in the Hoxne registration district.4 Alice Elizabeth Cook married Clipsey Willie Smith, son of Benjamin Smith and Louisa Aldous, on 20 Apr 1908 in St. Mary Magdalene, Debenham, Suffolk, England; Witnesses were Jane Elizabeth Rowe and James Cook.1 Alice Elizabeth Cook witnessed the marriage of Frederick Last and Rose Rachel Cook on 15 Nov 1914 in St. Mary Magdalene, Debenham, Suffolk, England.1 As of 15 Oct 1938, Alice Elizabeth Cook and Dennis Richard Smith lived at Church Row, Debenham, Suffolk, England.5 Alice Elizabeth Cook died before 3 Oct 1942.6 She was buried on 3 Oct 1942 in St. Mary Magdalene, Debenham, Suffolk, England.6

Children of Alice Elizabeth Cook

Children of Alice Elizabeth Cook and Clipsey Willie Smith

Census

DateHead of HouseholdHousehold
2 Apr 1871James CookAlice Elizabeth Cook was listed as a member of the household of James Cook in the 1871 census in Green, Saxtead, Suffolk, England. Other people in the household include Sarah Hammond and Mary Ann Cook.2
5 Apr 1891John CarverAlice Elizabeth Cook was listed as a Boarder in the household of John Carver in the 1891 census in 19 Row 31, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. In the 1891 Census, John Carver is shown as married, but his wife is not at home.7
31 Mar 1901Alice Elizabeth CookShe was listed as head of household in the 1901 census in District Union Workhouse & Infirmary, Shipmeadow, Suffolk, England. Other people in the household include John Carver and Edward Carver.8
2 Apr 1911Clipsey Willie SmithAlice Elizabeth Cook was listed as a member of the household of Clipsey Willie Smith in the 1911 census. Other people in the household include Beatrice Lilian Smith, John Carver, Dennis Richard Smith, George A Smith, Jane Sybil Smith and Edward Carver.9
29 Sep 1939Alice Elizabeth CookShe was listed as head of household in the 1939 Register in Church Row, Debenham, Suffolk, England.3

Occupation

DateOccupation
5 Apr 1891House Keeper7
Last Edited=10 Mar 2016

Citations

  1. [S35] Microfilm of the Marriages of St. Mary Magdalene, Debenham, 1754 to 1899 (Suffolk Record Office, unknown film number).
  2. [S15] Online image of the 1871 Census for England & Wales (1871 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG10; Piece: 1741; Folio: 39; Page: 12; GSU roll: 830775."
  3. [S624] Unknown record type for unknown location, 29th September, 1939 (The National Archives, RG 101) "unknown cd."
  4. [S11] General Record Office Indexes to Births, 1837 - 2005 (General Register Office) "Dec 1868 Hoxne 4a 556."
  5. [S229] Unknown record type for unknown location, 1938/39 (Suffolk Record Office, 170/114) "unknown cd."
  6. [S34] Microfilm of the Burials of St. Mary Magdalene, Debenham, 1754 to 1899 (Suffolk Record Office, unknown film number) "unknown cd."
  7. [S16] Online image of the 1891 Census for England & Wales (1891 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.com) "Class: RG12; Piece: 1501; Folio: 124; Page: 13; GSU roll: 6096611."
  8. [S3] Online image of the 1901 Census for England & Wales (1901 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG13; Piece: 1800; Folio: 95; Page: 2."
  9. [S2] Online image of the 1911 Census for England & Wales (1911 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG14; Piece: 10752; Schedule Number: 26."
  10. [S36] Microfilm of the Baptisms of St. Mary Magdalene, Debenham, 1754 to 1899 (Suffolk Record Office, unknown film number).