Re: Another "English descent" reference - PPS

From: David Johnson <paladin46077_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2011 14:10:17 -0700 (PDT)

You are all most welcome. ________________________________ From: Michael Cooley <michael_at_newsummer.com> To: John Cooley Mailing List <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> Sent: Tuesday, October 4, 2011 3:45 PM Subject: Re: Another "English descent" reference - PPS Thanks, Dave! I've uploaded it to my notes page for Scott at http://ancestraldata.com/Notes/index.cgi?1167836016+/ahnentafel/256/lineages/johncooley-desc.html . It's clickable to the full-size image. I'll also include your description. For those of you who may not know, Dave wrote The Mason County "Hoo Doo" War, 1874-1902." Scott Cooley was a principal character in that conflict. -Michael > Hi Guys, > > Here is one of the three pictures, which was the only one I could find at > the moment.  The man in the lower left is, I believe, Scott Cooley.  The > picture came from a granddaughter of James B. Gillett, Texas Ranger, and > you will note that lower left is much darker than the other Rangers.  > Gillett rode with Cooley. > > Still looking. > > Dave > > > > ________________________________ > From: Vickie Thomas <bobvickie200159_at_yahoo.com> > To: John Cooley Mailing List <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> > Sent: Monday, October 3, 2011 7:39 AM > Subject: Re: Another "English descent" reference - PPS > > > The other graves in our Cooley family plot re children of George Cooley > and Emma and maybe a son's child. > > From: David Johnson <paladin46077_at_yahoo.com> > To: John Cooley Mailing List <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> > Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 10:27 PM > Subject: Re: Another "English descent" reference - PPS > > > I also have the fake one of Scott plus one I think is him.  I will scan > all of them for you all. > > From: The Cooleys <lvcooley5_at_cox.net> > To: John Cooley Mailing List <list_at_johncooley.net> > Cc: David Johnson <paladin46077_at_yahoo.com>; John Cooley Mailing List > <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> > Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 10:20 PM > Subject: Re: Another "English descent" reference > > > > Yes, please. > > On 10/2/2011 6:22 PM, David Johnson wrote: > That I did know, about Pleasant.  By the by, I have a photo of Pleasant.  > If anyone wants it, I will scan same and send it along to everyone.  It > only takes one yes vote. >> >> >> >>From: Michael Cooley <michael_at_newsummer.com> >>To: John Cooley Mailing List <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> >>Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 8:40 PM >>Subject: Re: Another "English descent" reference >> >>BTW, Dave, you probably know that Scott's bother Pleasant >            died Feb. 5, >>1922 in Comanche co OK. There is an unnamed Cooley buried in >            the same >>cemetery plot section in 1899. I wonder if he was one of the >            brothers. I >>think a DNA test is in order. I'll bring the shovel! >> >>Birth: unknown >>Death: Jun. 10, 1899 >> >>Inscription: >>(no other info) >> >>Burial: >>Fairlawn Cemeteries >>Comanche >>Stephens County >>Oklahoma, USA >>Plot: Sec 2 >> >>Created by: Jean >>Record added: Jan 19, 2007 >>Find A Grave Memorial# 17565068 >> >> >>> Ah, yes. Important distinction! >>> >>>> We were not invading.  We were liberating the >            country. >>>> >>>> Dave >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> ________________________________ >>>> From: Michael Cooley <michael_at_newsummer.com> >>>> To: John Cooley Mailing List <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> >>>> Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 6:11 PM >>>> Subject: Re: Another "English descent" reference >>>> >>>> Jane, >>>> >>>> That's what happened in the 1740s when Prince >            Charles invaded England >>>> from >>>> Scotland. The end came at Culloden Moor, after >            which Scots were locked >>>> up >>>> in droves. Many of them were sent to America, as >            was Alexander McDonald, >>>> whose son John served with John Cooley in 1755. >            John Pedder, also on the >>>> 1755 list, had also been an indentured servant. I >            suspect there were >>>> others. Richard Goode was of the planter class, his >            family having been >>>> in >>>> Virginia for decades. I have often wondered if John >            had been bound out >>>> to >>>> the Goodes, but that's just mindless speculation. >            I've found nothing to >>>> support it. >>>> >>>> John Cooleys appear on various ship lists for >            reason of transportation. >>>> I >>>> have them listed at http://ancestraldata.com/ahnentafel/256/#imm >>>> >>>> -Michael >>>> >>>>> I have a Calhoun ancestor that was captured in >            Scotland about 1650 in a >>>>> war >>>>> with England, taken back to England and sold as >            an indentured servant >>>>> to >>>>> some brick company in Mass.  Anyone explored >            this possibility.  That >>>>> could >>>>> cause confusion about English or Scotch. >>>>> Jane >>>>> >>>>> ----- Original Message ----- >>>>> From: "Patrick Cooley" <dvrsyfyd7_at_yahoo.com> >>>>> To: "John Cooley Mailing List" >>>>> <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> >>>>> Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2011 3:33 PM >>>>> Subject: Re: Another "English descent" >            reference >>>>> >>>>> >>>>>> Something close to this has to fit. My >            grandfather was insistent that >>>>>> his >>>>>> father >>>>>> Daniel Boon Cooley (great grandson to >            Edward out of Stokes county) had >>>>>> passed >>>>>> down to him that our immigrant ancestors to >            this country were >>>>>> Scots-Irish >>>>>> and >>>>>> that one of them was a "hunchback" whatever >            that might mean. >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> There is a mountain range in Ireland known >            as the Cooley mountains. >>>>>> >>>>>> Patrick >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> ----- Original Message ---- >>>>>> From: Michael Cooley <michael_at_newsummer.com> >>>>>> To: John Cooley Mailing List <undisclosed.recipients_at_johncooley.net> >>>>>> Sent: Sun, October 2, 2011 3:33:30 PM >>>>>> Subject: Re: Another "English descent" >            reference >>>>>> >>>>>> BTW, brothers Thomas and Edward (Edward, >            John) went to Appanoose >>>>>> county >>>>>> IA >>>>>> by c1850, where Millard was born. Their >            nephew, David--from whom I >>>>>> descend, showed up there also, moving >            across the border to Putnam co >>>>>> MO. >>>>>> >>>>>> These Cooleys are well-documented in census >            records, etc. Millard's >>>>>> death >>>>>> certificate is a mess--and it says that his >            father was born in >>>>>> England, >>>>>> decidedly not true. But the strong >            tradition of English descent down >>>>>> the >>>>>> various lines is very telling and can't be >            ignored. >>>>>> >>>>>> A story passed down through a brother of >            Aaron's (James Armstrong >>>>>> Cooley) >>>>>> that the Cooleys were Jacobites, fighting >            for Bonny Prince Charlie, >>>>>> perhaps at Culloden Moor. The older Cooley >            brothers were sent to >>>>>> London >>>>>> and hanged and the younger ones transported >            to America. Apparently, >>>>>> Chuck's relatives in MO regularly went to >            kirkings. A piece of tartan >>>>>> passed down through the family and was >            buried with his father. I've >>>>>> studied Culloden Moor but could find no >            Cooleys. However, our DNA >>>>>> reveals >>>>>> a relationship to the Scottish Chieftain >            Somerled. His descendants, >>>>>> the >>>>>> McDonalds, were definitely there. The son >            of one of the McDonald >>>>>> transportees, John McDonald, served with >            Richard Goode and John Cooley >>>>>> in >>>>>> the Virginia Regiment, 1755. >>>>>> >>>>>> Very interesting story but I can't make it >            fit! >>>>>> >>>>>> -Michael >>>>>> >>>>>>> Was his father A.W. or S.E.? >>>>>>> >>>>>>> On 10/1/2011 9:35 PM, Michael Cooley >            wrote: >>>>>>>> Regarding Millard F Cooley (Aaron, >            Edward, Edward, John) >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> History of Fremont and Mills >            County, Iowa >>>>>>>> Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1901. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> I've copied it here: >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>http://ancestraldata.com/Notes/index.cgi?1171050809+/ahnentafel/256/lineages/johncooley-desc.html >>>>>>>>l >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>>>>>>> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ >            for list >>>>>>>> information. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> -- >>>>>> <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>>>>> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list >>>>>> information. >>>>>> >>>>>> -- >>>>>> <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>>>>> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list >>>>>> information. >>>>>> >>>>> >>>>> -- >>>>> <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>>>> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list >>>>> information. >>>>> >>>> >>>> -- >>>> <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>>> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list >>>> information. >>> >>> -- >>> <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list >>> information. >>> >> >>-- >><a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> >>See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list >> information. >> >> >> -- <a href="http://newsummer.com/distlist">distlist 0.9</a> See http://ancestraldata.com/listarchive/johncooleylist/ for list information.
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