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Too many Cooks.....at Pease Pottage
The Slaugham Archive
Too many Cooks.....at Pease Pottage

John Cook was gamekeeper on the Tilgate Estate and is shown here with his wife and nine children.
They lived in Keepers Cottage which was demolished long ago. Further details and a map can be seen at picture #378.
The years of birth have been added to the names.
From the left, back row: Robert Cook (1906), James Cook (1904), Joseph Cook (1900), Jack Cook (1911), Nelson Cook (1910).
Seated: Edith Cook (1903), John Cook (1873-1958), Margaret Waugh Cook (1875-1961), Phyllis Cook (1912).
Front row: Colin Cook (1917), Edward Cook (1914).
John and Margaret had clearly moved to Warninglid to work for the Nix family as Margaret’s probate documents stated that she lived at Free Chase when she died on 17th May 1961 aged 85 at Goffs Park Nursing Home, Crawley
Select Open Document to view the 1911 census which shows those family members born before that year.

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Picture added on 03 March 2018 at 17:19
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