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Families of Johnny M. Cook
Cook
My Cook ancestors settled in Carroll County, Georgia sometime between 1840 and 1850 and remain there to this day. My information dates back to
Robert Cook, 1795.

Pyles
My mother's maiden name is Pyles. They too were from Carroll County and Heard County, Georgia. See "
My Brick Walls" for more information on John P. Pyles.

Chambley
My grandmother, on my father's side is
Clara Maggie Chambley. I don't have much information about this family. Also from Carroll County, Georgia

Gray


My grandmother on my mother's side is
Geneva Gray. This family was also of Carroll County, but some went into Alabama.

Holloway


My great-grandmother on my mother's side is
Arrana Holloway. Thanks to Patricia Wilson, of Levelland, Texas, and Elaine White I now have this line dated back to 1530 in England.

Cash


My great, great, great grandmother on my mother's side is
Jane M. Will Cash. She married Miles Solomon Holloway. Thanks to Donna Evans I now have this line dated back to Scotland in the 1600's.

Sticher


My great-grandmother on my father's side is
Ollie Sticher. Thanks to Maelene Cassel Powell, of Marietta, Georgia and Erlene Boyd, I now have this line dated back to 1793 in Frederick County, Maryland.

Phillips
My other great-grandmother, on my father's side, is
Hattie Lee Phillips. My Phillips line now goes back to 1813 in North Carolina.

Rooks


From what information I have been able to find the Rooks family and the Cook family pretty much migrated together out of North Carolina, down through Jackson County, Georgia and on to Carroll County. Several marriages between the two families have been found. In their early years in Carroll County they often lived in the same household.

Carroll
The Carroll surname exist on both my side and my wife's site. As of yet I haven't been able to link the two together, but am quite sure they do somewhere. Both were in Carroll County about the same time period. My connection to the Carroll family is through the marriage of
Minnie Bell Cook who married Samuel Andres Carroll.

 

Families of Angie Howard Cook
Howard
My wife's maiden name is Howard. Her great, grandparents are
Stweart Howard and Sarah Freeman of Cherokee County, Georgia.

Carrell

Carroll


Her mother's maiden name is Carroll. Thanks to
Kate Carroll Bowling, of Kentucky, I now have her Carroll/Carrell line dated back to James Hamilton Carroll, 1754 in Drumgoolan, County Louth, Ireland.

For more information on this Carroll/Carrell family click here.

Lyle
Her great, great, grandmother is
Dosha Lyle, married to Thomas Benjamin Carroll. Thanks to Kate Carroll Bowling I have this line dated back to Samuel Lyle of Ireland sometime around 1650.

McRae
Her great, grandmother is
Amanda McRae, married to James A. Carroll. Thanks again to Kate Carroll Bowling I have this line dated back to Malcolm McRae of Scotland sometime before 1757.

Pettett

Pettit


Her grandmother on her father's side is
Nancy Eulemma Pettett. Thanks to George Pettett and Harvey Bottoms I have this family dated back to England, 1572.

Tennyson
Her grandmother on her mother's side is
Verina Pearl Tennyson. She is the daughter of John P. Tennyson and Salethia Henrietta Sharp. They were in Columbus, Mississippi during the early 1920's.

Sharp

Leach


Her great grandparents on her mother's side are
James Henry Sharp and Salethie Ann Leach. Very little information on these families also.

 

My Brick Walls:

Robert Cook John P. Pyles

 

Some History and Stories of Carroll County, Georgia

Grand-daddy, the Fortune Teller, and The Ghost
The Clem Community Ephesus Christian Church
The Central of Georgia Railway Company Maple Street Mansion
Carroll County History City of Carrollton

The Pony Club 

 

Carroll County Information
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Who am I ? What is my name ?
This image and I; are we the same ?

This face I see; is it of me ?
Or could it be the face of we ?

These words I speak; are they of me?
Or should I seek the words of we?

Should this life I live be lived as me?
Or should my strives be centered on we?

And when the time shall come to die;
What shall become of we and I?

Johnny Cook
If you'd never been born, then what would you be?
You might be a fish or a toad or a tree.
You might be a doorknob or three baked potatoes.
Worse than all that, you might be a wasn't.
A wasn't just isn't. He just isn't present.
But you... You are you. Now isn't that pleasant?
Today you are you, and it's truer than true
That there's no one alive who is you-er than you.
Shout loud, "I am lucky to be what I am!
Thank goodness I'm not just a clam or a ham,
Or a dusty old jar of gooseberry jam.
I am what I am, and it's a great thing to be,
If I say so my self, happy birthday to me!"

Dr. Seuss

 

 

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