Damaris (Hopkins) Cooke, mother to 2 children, was born in 1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Colony. She was born into the Hopkins family and married into the Cooke family. She married Jacob Cooke, and they gave birth to Caleb Cooke and Elizabeth Cooke Cook. Damaris died in 1665 at Plymouth, Plymouth, MA at 38 years old.
- Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Colony
Damaris Cooke (twin of John Cooke) was born 23 May 1703 at Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Jacob Cooke and Lydia Miller. Damaris married John Delano at Kingston, Plymouth on 15 Nov 1749. John was born 11 Oct 1699 at Duxbury, Massachusetts, and died between 16 Nov 1774 and 5 Aug 1766. Damaris died after 16 Nov 1749.
- May 23, 1703
- John Delano
- November 16, 1774
Damaris married Jacob Cooke on month day 1669, at age 42 at marriage place, Massachusetts. Jacob was born on May 20 1618, in Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. His occupations were MAYFLOWER and Francis Cook father came over on the mayflower.
A Damaris Hopkins is listed with the Hopkins family in the 1627 Division of Cattle, but it has been generally believed that the original Damaris died, and that another daughter, also named Damaris, was born at Plymouth about 1626 to Stephen and Elizabeth.
They had 8 children: Jacob Cooke, Elizabeth Doty, Caleb Cooke, Mary Rickard, Martha Cushman, Francis Cooke, Ruth Tinkham and Jacob Cooke. Damaris passed away on November 18 1669, at age 41 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, New England.
Apr 12, 2021 · Damaris was born in Plymouth sometime after 1627 (she was named for an older sister, the "Mayflower Damaris" who, it is believed, died before she was born). Jacob and Damaris had seven children: Elizabeth, Caleb, Jacob, Mary, Martha, Francis and Ruth. Damaris died sometime between 1666 and 1669.
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52. Damaris Hopkins, their daughter. [She married Jacob Cooke, of Plymouth, N.E.; and died there, between 1666 and 1669.â€”W. T. Davis.] 103. Oceanus Hopkins, their son, an infant He was born on board the Mayflower, at sea. [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1621.â€”W. T. Davis.] 53. Edward Dotey [Doty], a Man-servant.