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A. B. and Emilie Cook, Yuma

In 1880 Gibbon precinct, Buffalo County, Nebraska, Henry Cook is 54, Mary 52, Hattie B. 25, Frank H. 23, George F. 20, Fred S. 15, Ray R. 12, A.B. 10, and May E. 7.

In 1900 Gibbon precinct, Mary Cook is 72, with Hattie B. 47, Ray R. 32, Otto B. 30, and May E. 27, all three born in Wisconsin.

January 1901

1903 Erie Colorado " A. B. Cook of Gibbon was among the train passengers, bound for Boston, Mass., for a few weeks* visit." Gibbon (Neb.) Reporter.

1904 Erie "The graduates of the Erie high school will give a social banquet in honor of A. B. Cook at Odd Fellows hall Friday evening."
In 1905 he's teaching in Silver Plume, Colorado.

In 1906 "Prof. A. B. Cook has accepted the principulship of the schools at Fort Lupton, Colorado, which his friends will no doubt be pleased to learn."

1910 "A. B. Cook of Nebraska, the principal of the Yuma High School, arrived last Thusrday to take up the school work; school having begun Tuesday. Mr. Cook is a well learned man and of pleasant disposition and we have no doubt he will be greatly liked by the scholars."
December 2, 1910

December 3, 1912 In 1914 he's in Creede.

In 1915 and 1916 he's in Hugo.

March 15, 1918

In 1920 Denver, Otto is a school principal with Emilie 50 born in Illinois.

In 1923 he's in Eagle.

In 1930 Denver, Otto is 60, divorced, with brother Frank H. 73 born in Illinois. Atto B. Cook, son of Mary W. and Henry Cook, was born at Clinton, Wisconsin April 17, 1870 and passed away at Denver, Colorado November 13, 1936. At the age of 5 he came with his parents and for two years resided in Gibbon. In 1877 he took a homestead 4 miles southwest of town. After 5 years they moved to Gibbon and built the home that has remained in the family. At age 19 he taught school and was compelled to give up the profession because of ill health. For 20 years he has resided in Colorado. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother and sister. He leaves 1 sister and 1 brother: Hattie B. Cook; Gibbon, Nebraska Ray R. Cook: Gibbon, Nebraska Interment was in Riverside Cemetery, Gibbon. # 99613880

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