Re: Did a Matthews m John Cooley?

From: Michael Cooley <>
Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2011 10:50:03 -0800

Hi Sandy,

I'm so sorry to hear about this! Yes, Plavix can be a problem in
situations like this. My best to him!

This Sarah was born in the 1730s or 40s, so she's of the right generation
to have been John's wife. The Matthews had been in Rowan county since
about 1753. Apparently, Stephen Matthews's autosomal test matches to
Cooleys, but he wasn't specific. I'm still waiting to hear from the author
of the book who says that Sarah (Matthews) Cooley was William Matthews
Cooley's mother. I'll let everyone know what she tells me as soon as I
hear. I've also ordered the book via Interlibrary Loan.

I hope Jim gets well soon. Keep us informed.


> Michael,
> Perrin Cooley was married to a Sarah.   Maybe this one?
> Jim just came home from the hospital on Sunday after taking him to the ER
> on 2
> Nov.  They found a blood clot on the brain and bleeding from a fall about
> three
> weeks earlier.  He had been having balance problems from an inner ear
> problem. 
> Because of taking Plavik they could not operate for 5 days.  He had more
> IVs in
> his arm that I like to think about.   Need to say I haven't done any
> computer
> work nor genealogy.
> Sandy
> ________________________________
> From: Michael Cooley <>
> To: John Cooley Mailing List <>
> Sent: Tue, November 22, 2011 5:36:37 PM
> Subject: Did a Matthews m John Cooley?
> There may not be anything to do this, but on the other hand...
> Son James Matthews married in Rowan co NC. His brother, William, may be
> the same of the name in Surry co NC. He's named in a 1786 will with
> Richard Goode. Look at who their sister Sarah married.
> I made a web page for formatting purposes:
> -Michael
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> <a href="">distlist 0.9</a>
> See for list
> information.
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