say 1615 - 1691
||Gregory Cook |
||cordwainer, or shoemaker |
||1 January 1690/1
||Watertown, MA 
- Gregory, of Cambridge, was a selectman of Mendon 1669. He owned a farm of 112 acres between Angier’s Corner and the Watertown Bridge, situated partly in Watertown and partly in Newton.
Gregory lived in that part of Watertown now Newton in 1672; next year was of Watertown, yet had some years been at Mendon, was there selectman 1669; of Watertown again, 1684, and at Cambridge was selectman 1678, and after. [1, 2]
||28 July 2009 |
||Mary [Cook], d. 17 August 1681, Newton, MA |
|>||1. Dea. Stephen Cook, b. about 1647, Watertown, MA , d. 27 July 1738, Newton, MA |
| ||2. Susanna Cook, b. say 1649, Watertown, MA , d. 13 November 1674|
||Family Group Sheet
- [S44] Henry Bond.
- [S9] Joseph Savage, (Originally published 1860).