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COCKEY, John Baltimore August 15, 1681
Posted by: Mary K. Perry Date: January 29, 1999 at 05:23:07
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I am looking for information about John COCKEY (a son of William COCKEY)who was born in Maryland on August 15, 1681. He is often listed as "Captain". What was his service? Did he hold any positions in colonial govt?
Any documented citations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
The following is my COCKEY line:

Descendants of William Cockey
1 William Cockey b. 1638 d: 1683 in Ann Arundel, Maryland +Sarah (Underwood?) b: 1652 in Ann Arundel, Maryland m: 1674 d: May 07, 1698 in Ann Arundel, Maryland
2 John Cockey b: August 15, 1681 in Baltimore, Maryland d: August 15, 1746 in Baltimore, Maryland +Elizabeth Slade b: 1685 in Baltimore, Maryland m: January 17, 1713/14 d: August 05, 1780 in Baltimore, Maryland daughter of William Slade
3 Mary Cockey b: December 10, 1716 in Anne Arudel, Maryland d: December 10, 1768 in Baltimore, Maryland +Joshua Owings b: April 05, 1704 in Anne Arundel, Maryland m: March 09, 1734/35 in St. Pauls, Baltimore, Maryland d: April 11, 1785 in Baltimore, Maryland son of Rich Owings & Rachel Roberts Pugh
4 Rebecca Owings b: January 27, 1750/51 d: December 24, 1806
+Samuel Mummey b: 1740 in Germany d: November 14, 1818 Baltimore


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