Frederick Cool Notes

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Descendants of Frederick Cool

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. FREDERICK1 COOL was born Abt. 1770 in New Jersey, and died February 16, 1841 in PA. He married MARY COOL, daughter of PETER COOL and ALICE //. She was born Abt. 1779 in New Jersey, and died May 19, 1853 in PA.

 

Notes for FREDERICK COOL:

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Frederick Cool appears in five federal censuses: 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830 and 1840.

 

1800 census Washington County, Hanover Township. M32_44 page 795. Head of household: Frederick Cool. One male 0-10, 1 male 16-25, two males 26-45, two females 0-10, one female 26-45.

 

Hanover Township is in the northwest corner of Washington County. Frankfort, later Frankfort Springs, Beaver County, is just over the county line north of Hanover Township.

(N.B., you might see the 1800 census entry for Frederick indexed as Washington County, Finley Township. This is a mistaken index. The census taker finished Finley Township and began Hanover Township on the same page. Frederick was definitely in Hanover Township. Also note that the census taker used a rough alphabetical order, so order of visitation was lost.)

 

1810 census Washington County, Hanover Township, M252_57 page 43. Head of household: Frederick Cool, two males 16-26, one male 26-45, four females 0-10, two females 10-16, one female 26-45.

 

1820 Census PA Washington Co Hanover Twn im3_39 pg221:

Frederick Cool is included in the 1820 census (though one on-line census site has him indexed as improperly.) The columns, in order from left to right, are:

1: Free white males under 10 years

2. Free white males of ten and under 16 years

3. Free white males between 16 and 18.

4. Free white males of 16 and under 26 including heads of families

5. Free white males of 26 and under 45 including h.o.f.

6. Free white males of 45 and upwards including h.o.f.

7. Free white females under 10 years

8. Free white females of 10 and under 16

9. Free white females of 16 and under 26 including heads of families

10. Free white females of 26 and under 45 including h.o.f.

11. Free white females of 45 and upwards including h.o.f.

12. Foreigners not naturalized.

13. Numbers of persons engaged in Agriculture.

14. Numbers of persons engaged in Commerce.

15. Numbers of persons engaged in Manufactures.

Frederick Cool was counted: 3 - - - -1 then - 2 2 1- then -1- - or,

three males 0-10, one male over 45, two females 10-16, two females 16-26, one female 26-45, no foreigners, and one person engaged in agriculture.

 

1830 census, Washington County, Hanover Township. Frederick Cool. Two males 10-15, one male 15-20, one male 60-70, one female 5-10, one female 20-30, one female 60-70.

Indicates a birth year of 1760-1770.

 

1830 census, Beaver County, Hanover Township, head of household, Frederick Cool, with one male 5-10, two 10-15, one 30-40, one female <5, two females 10-15, one female 40-50.

Indicates a birth year for this Frederick Cool of between 1790 and 1800.

 

NB: the 1830 census indicates that there were TWO Frederick Cools in western PA: the older one, b. abt 1770, in Washington County, and the younger one, b. 1790 to 1800, in Beaver County. The age and residence of the older one are compatible with all the Frederick Cools of the censuses of 1800, 1810 and 1840. This new one in Beaver County, born between 1790 and 1800, is too young to be the other Fredericks, and much too old to be Frederick Cool b. 1840, who is the son of Abner Cool and grandson of Frederick Cool b. abt 1770.

 

It is possible that one is the father (1760-1770) and the other his son (1790-1800). Frederick's will, however, doesn't mention a son Frederick.

 

1840 census, Washington County, Hanover Township, Frederick Cool, with one male 20-30, one male 60-70, one female 15-20, two females 20-30, one female 50-60.

Note: this entry for Frederick may be seen as improperly indexed as a "Fraddick" Cool. A close examination of the image confirms clearly enough that the name is Frederick Cool.

 

The only year compatible with the ages given for Frederick in the above censuses is 1770. Census data therefore indicates a birth year of 1770.

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Abstracts of Washington Co., PA Wills (1832-1841) Will Book #5 (1832-1841) (page 514):

 

Cool, Frederick, Hanover Township, Washington County, PA, (page 635)

Dated 23 Jan 1841, probated 19 Feb 1841

Executor: Thomas Nicholson of Frankfort;

Witnesses: Thomas Anderson; Robert Smith;

Beneficiaries: Wife: Mary; Sons: John, Peter, Abner, William (received land purchased from Gilbert Cool south of Frankfort); Daughters: Elizabeth, Matilda (received house and lot in Frankfort purchased from David Craig), Alsy, Polly and Nancy. Grandson: Samuel Moore.

 

Will of Frederic Cool, Washington County, 1841.

 

Transcript of the Will of Frederic Cool. A copy of the will was provided by the Register of Wills, Washington County, 1 South Main Street, Suite 1002, Washington, PA, 15301, in July 2002. The will is documented in Washington County Will Book No. 5, page 635. The text of the will in Will Book No. 5 is typeset or typewritten. This transcript was produced by Thomas Cool and is submitted to the public domain; direct queries to tomcoolinmiami@yahoo.com.

Note: This Frederic Cool is also known as Frederick Cool. His marker in Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Beaver County, Pa., says, "Frederick Cool, Died February 16, 1841, in the 72nd year of his age."

 

Will of Frederic Cool: I Frederic Cool of Hanover township Washington County, Pa farmer do make ordain and establish this as my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void any former will or wills heretofore made by me. First I give and bequeath to my wife Mary the farm on which I now reside containging [sic] about one hundred and fifty acres more or less, during her life time 2nd I also give and bequeath to my said wife Mary all my household and kitchen furniture, beds, bedding, two horses one cow, all the hogs, fifteen sheep, all the grain in the ground and in the barn at my decease, all the meat and flour on hand at said time and two hundred dollars in money. 3rd I give and bequeath to each of my sons John Cool and Pete Cool the sum of two hundred dollars to be paid by my son Abner Cool as follows viz one hundred dollars to each of the said sons on the first day of April after my decease and fifty dollars to each of them one year thereafter and fifty dollars to each of them one year afterwards 4th I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth one cow and one hundred dollars in money. 5th I give and bequeath to my daughter Matilda the house and lot in Frankford [sic] which I purchased from David Craig also one cow and one hundred dollars in money. 6th I give and bequeath to my son William Cool all of the tract of land which I purchased from Gilbert Cool which is now cleared and all that part of it South of the Frankfort road and also fifty dollars in money to be paid by my son Abner cool in three years from my decease. 7th I give and bequeath to my son Abner cool the farm on which I now reside described as above from and after the death of his Mother provided he pays the sum above bequeathed to my sons John Peter and William I direct that if any money remain in the hands of my Executor after my debts and the above legacies are paid it shall be divided as follows viz to each of my daughters Alsy, Polly, & Nancy five dollars, the balance if any to be equally divided between my wife Mary my son William my daughters Elizabeth & Matilda & my grand son Samuel Moore. And I hereby nominate appoint and constitute Thomas Nicholson of Frankfort as executor of this my last will and testament. In whiteness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 23rd day of January A.D. 1841.

Frederic Cool (Seal)

Signed and sealed in presence of us, who at the request of said testator, have hereunto set our hands as witnesses.

Thomas Anderson

Robert Smith

Washington County ss. Be it remembered that on the 19th day of February 1841. Before me Geo Morrison Register for the probate of wills and granting letters of Administration in and for said county came Thomas Anderson and Robert Smith the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing last will and testament of Frederic Cool decd. who being duly sworn as the law directs depose and say that they were personally present and did hear the testator therein named acknowledge the above signature to his hand writing that they heard him publish pronounce and declare the same as and for his last will and testament, that at the time of his so doing he was of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding to the best of their knowledge observation and belief.

Thomas Anderson

Robert Smith

And sworn to and subscribed before me Geo. Morrison, Regr.

February 19th 1841. Letters Testamentary with copy of will and probate annexed issued to Thomas Nicholson within named who on same day was duly sworn.

Geo. Morrison, Regr.

Registered and compared with original Feby 19th 1841. Geo. Morrison, Regr.

 

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Washington County, PA, Deed Book volume 2D, pages 530 & 531:

Whereas the Commonwealth of Pa. by Patent dated 15 Sept. 1790 confirm unto a certain Samuel Moore a certain tract enrolled in the Rolls Office... Patent Book 16, page 401, and said Samuel Moore and wife by deed 25 Jan. 1794 sold to John Herr 40 acres 142 perches strict measure, on north side of said tract and part of same recorded in Washington Co. deedbook I-pages 889 & 890, and said John Kerr and wife sold it on 18 Mar. 1807 to Joseph Minesinger by deed T-756 & 757. This indenture now, 11 May 1818, Joseph Minesinger and wife Christinah, of Beaver Co., sold to Frederick Cool of Washington Co. for $309, all of the above described tract which John Kerr and wife sold to Joseph Minesinger, 41 acres 81 perches actual measure, lying on the waters of Kings Creek... by land of said Frederick Cool, land of heirs of Samuel Moore deceased, land of Thos. Cooper...

Witnesses: Jno. ?. Nedret, Wm. Witherspoon.

Recorded 27 Mar. 1820.

 

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Frederic Cool deed:

Source: Beaver County Deed Book Volume 020 Page 212.

Extract: Frederick Cool and wife Mary of Washington County, PA, sold

21+ acres of land near Frankfort, Beaver County, for $809.53, to James

Morrison and George W. Dungan. Deed dated January 13, 1841 and entered

December 9, 1841. Land was part of larger tract sold to Frederic Cool

by Josiah Stephens by deed dated April 2, 1834 in Book M, page 100.

Land borders lands of John Carothers and James Morrison, the Washington

Road and lands of James Dungan.

Note: I believe the Washington Road is the road to the town of

Washington; today this is route 18.

Acknowledgements: Thanks to Barbara Safreed of Beaver County

Genealogical Society (BCGS) for her look-up assistance.

Dissemination: This transcription is submitted to the public domain.

Full transcription:

Deed Frederick Cool and wife to Morrison & Dungan ent. 9 Dec 1841.

This indenture made the thirtieth day of January in the year of our Lord

one thousand eight hundred and forty one between Frederic Cool and Mary

his wife of Washington County, Pennsylvania, of the first part and

James Morrison and George W. Dungan of Frankfort, Beaver County, and state

aforesaid, of the other part. Witnesseth: that the said Frederic Cool

and Mary his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred

and nine dollars & fifty-three cents, lawful money of the United

States, to them in hand paid by the said James Morrison & George W. Dungan,

at or before the ensealing or delivery hereof, the receipt whereof is

hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enseossed?,

released and confirmed, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell,

alien, enseoff?, release and confirm unto the said James Morrison &

George W. Dungan their heirs and assigns, a certain piece of ground !

situate in Beaver County and state aforesaid, and adjoining the village

of Frankfort (being part of a larger tract or piece of ground conveyed

to the said Frederic Cool by Josiah Stephens by deed dated April 2d

A.D. 1834, and recorded in the office for recording deeds in and for said

County of Beaver, in Book M page 100.) bounded and described as

follows, viz: beginning at a post adjoining lands of James Dungan, then by

land of said Cool, North seven degrees east forty six and a half perches

to post, thence by land of John Carothers north seventy seven degrees

west ninety six and seven tenths perches to a post, thence by lot of

James Morrison, north eighty-eight and a half degrees west thirteen and a

third perches to a post on the Washington Road, thence by said road

south three degrees east seven and one tenth perches to a post, thence

south eight seven degrees east thirteen and one third perches to a post,

thence south three degrees east three perches to a post, thence sou!

th three degrees east fourteen and four tenth perches to a post, thence

south eighty-six degrees east three perches to a post, hence south

three degrees east five and eight tenth perches to a post, thence south

eighty and a half degrees east seventeen and six tenth perches to a post,

thence south four degrees east ten and one tenth perches to a post,

thence by land of James Dungan south sixty-seven degrees east sixty seven

and five tenths perches to a post the place of beginning. Containing

twenty-one acres two roods and fourteen perches, strict measure.

Together, with all and singular the buildings, improvements, woods, ways,

water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments? And

appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining; and the

revisions and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof; and also,

all the estate, right, title, interest, property, claim and demand,

whatsoever, of their the said Frederic Cool and Mary his wife, in l!

aw or equity, or otherwise, howsoever, of, in and to the same. To have

and to hold the said described piece of ground, hereditaments and

premises hereby granted, or mentioned, or intended to be, with the

appurtenances, unto the said James Morrison to and for the only proper use,

benefits and beproof? of them the said James Morrison and George W. Dungan,

their heirs and assigns forever. And the said Frederic Cool and Mary

his wife do covenant, promise and agree to and with the said James

Morrison and George W. Dungan, their heirs and assigns, by these presents,

that they the said Frederic Cool and Mary his wife, and their heirs, the

said described piece of ground hereby granted with the appurtenances,

unto the said James Morrison and George W. Dungan their heirs and

assigns, against the said Frederic Cool and Mary his wife, and their heirs,

and against all and every other person or persons whomsoever, lawfully

claiming, or to claim the same, or any part thereof, shall and w!

ill [end of page 213; copy of page 214 not on hand.]

 

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Source: Beaver County PA Deed Book Vol 015 Page 263:

Deed: Frederic Cool and Mary his wife of Hanover Township, Washington

County, PA, to Alexander Mossman of Frankfort, Hanover Township, Beaver

County, PA, entered June 8, 1837, dated July 31, 1835, for $14, one

quarter acre, located in Frankfort, Beaver County, next to land of

Frederick Cool and Alexander Mossman. Part of 180 acres, 16 perches called

Stephens Green assigned to Levi Stephens by PA patent on October

29, 1815, and granted to Nathan[iel?] Stephens by warrant dated August

29, 1786 [not 1756]. Nathaniel Stephens on October 20, 1804 conveyed the

land to Levi Stephens as per patent in PA Patent Book No. 56 page 93.

Levi Stephens and Elizabeth his wife conveyed 100 acres of the land to

Isaac Stephens. Isaac Stephens and Rachel his wife conveyed the land

to Joshua [not Josiah] Stephens, per deed of September 7, 1824 in Beaver

County Deed Book G page 229. Joshua Stephens and Elanor [not Elinor]

his wife conveyed to Frederic Cool 41 [not 61] acres,!

7 perches by deed in Beaver County in Deed Book dated “the AD 183”

in “Deed Book page [book number, page and date missing, seems

to be a problem with the original deed] Witnesses, Martha Cool, Benjamin

Bubbett, Justice of the Peace.

Notes: See the deed from Frederick to Daniel McConnel of the same date

(July 31, 1835), posted earlier. Comments in brackets above refer to

differences between this deed and that one.

Acknowledgements: Thanks to Barbara Safreed of Beaver County

Genealogical Society (BCGS) for her look-up assistance.

 

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Land Patent in Ohio:

Patentee: FREDERICK COOL

Survey

State: OHIO

Acres: 480

Metes/Bounds: No

Title Transfer

Issue Date: 8/10/1837

Land Office: Bucyrus

Cancelled: No

Mineral Reservations: No

Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Numbers

Document Nr.: 16873

Accession/Serial Nr.: OH1050__.263

BLM Serial Nr.: OH NO S/N

Aliquot

Parts Sec./

Block Township Range Fract.

Section Meridian State Counties Survey

Nr.

NW 10/ 2-S 11-E No 1st PM OH Hancock

N 17/ 2-S 11-E No 1st PM OH Hancock

Source: Land Patent Database at http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/

Note: Hancock County is in northwest Ohio, established between 1820 ands 1830.

 

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Page 19, "Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Frankfort Springs, Beaver County, Pennsylvania" by Emma Bryte Pollock, edited by Brenda McGuire Wallace, 2001, published by the Beaver County Geneological Society of Beaver County, PA, ISBN #2001087896:

 

"Child of William Cool

Interment #4, William Cool's child, November 1, 1857, in lot 18.

 

Elizabeth Cool

d. July 18, 1851, aged 44 years.

Elizabeth was a daughter of Frederick and Mary Cool.

Sources: J, Will Book 5, File 178, pages 635-336.

 

Frederick (Frederic) Cool, d. February 16, 1841 in the 72nd year of his age.

Interment #31, Frederick Cool, Februrary 17, 1841 in lot 16. Frederick Cool was a farmer of Hanover Township, Washington Co. PA. He married Mary. Frederick and Mary were the parents of John, Peter, William, Abner who married Sarah, Elizabeth, Matilda, Alsy, Polly, and Nancy Cool. Frederick was the grandfather of Samuel Moore. Frederick purchased from Joseph and wife Christina Minesinger, May 1818, land originally patented to Samuel Mook, Sept. 15, 1790, Washington Co. PA. He is probably related ot Gilbert Cool, near Frankfort Springs, Pennsylvania.

Sources: J, Will Book 5, pages 635-636, File 178; E, deeds; J, Deed Book 2-D, page 530.

 

Mary Cool.

d. May 19, 1853 in the 74th year of her age

Interment #161, Mary Cool, May 20, 1853 in lot 16. Mary was the wife of Frederick Cool.

 

Matilda Cool

d. October 14, 1858

daughter of Fredrick and Mary Cool. She was willed a house and lot in Frankfort that he purchased from David Craig in 1838."

 

page 118: According to Rev. Joseph H. Bausman's, "History of Beaver county," 1904, the first members of Frankfort Springs Pres. Ch. included Sarah Cool."

 

(end of Frankfort Springs Presybterian Church cemetery book.)

 

NB: The Frankfort Springs PC cemetery book uses Frederick's will as a source. The name of the wife, Mary, is confirmed by the burial. The year of birth for Fredrick in the cemetery book is compatible with the 1800, 1810, 1830 and 1840 census data. Sarah was possibly Frederick's mother.

 

http://www.savory.org/chartiers/cem-database/cems.phtml:

Cemetery Name Frankfort Presbyterian Cemetery

Location Rt. 19 (sic. prob meant Rte 18; there's no rt. 19 in Hanover) in Frankfort Springs, Hanover Twp., Beaver Co., PA. Cemetery is 200 ft. over the Washington Co. line.

Background Census Published in "Miscellaneous Cemeteries, Washington Co., PA", Vol. 1, 1937. Copies in genealogical collection at Citizens Library and Washington Law Library in Washington, PA.

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Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, compiled by Clara E. Duer, published by Closson Press, August 1986:

Saturday June 29, 1799

$4 Reward for sorrel mare and bay horse which strayed or were stolen. The above reward will be paid for taking up and securing said creatures so that the owner may get them again; and reasonable charges if brought home to the subscriber living within one mile and a half of WHITE's mill on Racoon creek. /s/ Frederick Cool, June 22.

 

NB: "History of Washington County, PA," by Boyd Crumrine, 1882, in the discussion of the settlement of Hanover Township, pg. 803, says, "One of the oldest grist-mills was the White Mill, mentioned in 1789 as a point in the boundary line of Beaver, Washington and Allegheny Counties. This is now at Murdochville, in the northeast corner of the township."

"Map Guide to the US Federal Censuses, 1790-1920, William Thorndale and William Dollarhide, Generalogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1987, pages 289-296, shows that the borders between the three counties was fixed by 1800 in their current locations.

In short, in 1799, Frederick must have lived within a mile and a half of the present-day corner of Beaver, Washington and Allegheny counties.

 

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More About FREDERICK COOL:

Burial: Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery

 

Notes for MARY COOL:

1850 Census PA Washington Co Hanover Twp pg 60:

visit 78, 78:

Mary Cool 70 F [no job shown] $6000 New Jersey

Elizabeth 39 F POB all others is PA

Matilda 26 F

visit 79, 79:

Abner Cool 34 M farmer

Sarah 34 F

Frederick 10 M

Margaret? 8 F

David? 7 M

Elizabeth 4 F

Thomas? 2 M

Mary Cool is marked for married within the year. Frederick, Margeret? and David? are marked having attended school within the year.

Note: POB conflicts with death record.

 

WILL: Washington County, PA, Will book Number 7, Page 305: Will of Mary Cool. August 3, 1853, Letters Testamentary with copy of Will. [The will is handwritten in a large, clear cursive.] I Mary Cool of Hanover Township Washington County, Pa, do hereby make ordain and establish this as my last Will and testament in manner and form as follows vis <paragraph> First I give and bequeath all of my personal property goods chattels rights and credits of every notice and kind whatsoever to my daughter Matilda Cool for her own use to be by her dispersed as she thinks proper. <paragraph> I hereby nominate and appoint Thomas Nicholson of Frankfort executor of this my last will and testament revoking all former wills made by me. <paragraph> Witness my hand and seal the second day of April AD 1853. Mary Cool [x] her mark [seal] Done in the Presence of us, [signed] Andrew Knox, David S. Nicholson.

 

DEATH RECORD: 1852-1854 Vital Statistics, Washington County, Pa. Deaths, 1853, #6: Mary Cool, white, female, 74 years, Father: Peter Cool, Mother: Alice Cool, occupation: gentlewoman, place of birth: St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, Pa., Name of issue living: Polly, Nancy, Alice, William, Abner, Matilda. Date of death: May 14, '53, 7 PM, Place of death: Hanover Twp, Wash. Co, Pa., Name and location of burial ground: Frankfort, Person returning certificate: J. M? Dungan, M.D., His residence: Frankfort Springs, Wash. Co., Pa., Date of certificate: May 21, '53, Date of registration: May 24, '53.

 

 

 

More About MARY COOL:

Burial: Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery

Children of FREDERICK COOL and MARY COOL are:

i. JOHN M.2 COOL.

 

Notes for JOHN M. COOL:

Washington County Deed Book

volume 2F, pages 446, 447 & 448:

Indenture 3 Aug. 1821.Patrick McKnight and wife Mary of Washington Co., sold to John M. Cool of Washington Co., for $200; piece of land, undivided half of the same. The same being part of a tract situate on the waters of Chartiers Creek in Washington Co., granted to James Gaut by Patent dated 23 Apr. 1794, enrolled in the rolls office in the City of Philadelphia, Patent Book 20, page 410... James Gaut by his last will dated 2 Apr. 1798 bequeathed his lands to sons William and James equally and the said William and wife Margaret and James conveyed it to Wm. Hays Esq. in trust for said James and John Porter by Indenture 2 Jan. 1803 [deedbook V-357, 358] recorded 21 Sept. 1808. James Porter and John Porter did convey the property to John M. Cool and Mary Hogan now Mary McKnight by Indenture 17 Apr. 1809 [deedbook U-726, 727] recorded 10 Nov. 1809.... by land of Robert Rowland, John Boyd, John Cannon's heirs, John Hegarty.... 40 acres strict measure

Witnesses: Wm. Berry, Samuel Caughey

Recorded 12 June 1822.

 

 

ii. MATILDA COOL, d. October 14, 1858.

 

Notes for MATILDA COOL:

"John A Dalles" <j3a1dal@juno.com>: The following information comes from p. 19 of a book called: "Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Frankfort Springs, Beaver County, Pennsylvania" by Emma Bryte Pollock, edited by Brenda McGuire Wallace, 2001, published by the Beaver County Geneological Society of Beaver County, PA, ISBN #2001087896.

 

Matilda Cool

d. October 14, 1858

daughter of Fredrick and Mary Cool. She was willed a house and lot in Frankfort that he purchased from David Craig in 1838.

 

Complete Index of Will Books Beaver County, PA, by Clear, Helen. pg. 31, Cool, Matilda, 1858, Will Book D, pg. 100, Reg. Docket 1 pg 190.

 

 

 

iii. NANCY COOL.

iv. PETER COOL.

v. POLLY COOL.

 

Notes for POLLY COOL:

Dismissions, Florence (Cross Roads) Presbyterian Church (Originally King's Creek), Washington County, PA,

Cool, Polly SM Sept 5, 1835

 

vi. ALSY COOL, b. Abt. 1806.

 

Notes for ALSY COOL:

1870 PA Washington Co Hanover Twp pg175:

several visits after William Joy Cool

Teel Peter MW84 Retired farmer $1500 $1500

Elsie B. FW64 Keeping house

Cool Thomas MW60 Lives at sisters insane

POB for all is PA.

Dunno who this Thomas Cool is. He's too old to be Gilbert Cool b. ca. 1798's son.

 

There's a Peter Teel counted in 1840 in PA Alleg Co Findley Twp pg200:

One male 10-15, one male 50-60;

one female 15-20, one female 40-50.

 

Is Elizabeth Cool AKA Alsy Cool or Elsie Cool?

 

vii. ELIZABETH COOL, b. Abt. 1807, PA; d. July 18, 1851.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH COOL:

1830 census, Washington County, Hanover Township. Head of household, Elizabeth Cool, with one female under 5 and one female 40-50, no men.

Note: Indicates Elizabeth was born 1780-1790. This could be a mistake or another Elizabeth. Beer's Bio of Washington County pg 1185 has an Elizabeth Cool born Jan 27, 1782 who married an Andrew Jackson. She had at least nine children, though, the last one born in 1827, so although the ages match, it would seem to be another Elizabeth from the one of the 1830 census, unless Andrew left and took most of the kids, or some other sort of separation.

 

See mother for 1850 census.

Note: There is an "Elsy Cool" who is not Elizabeth:

1850 Census PA Washington County Hanover Twp pg 55B has an Elsy Cool age 40 (b. ca. 1810) living in the household of Samuel Huffman, a farmer. No one else in household.

 

Elizabeth, the daughter of Frederick and Mary Cool (per Frederick's will) is buried in Frankfort Springs with a death date of 18 July 1851.

 

 

 

More About ELIZABETH COOL:

Burial: Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery

 

2. viii. WILLIAM JOY COOL, b. Abt. 1815, PA; d. Aft. 1880.

3. ix. ABNER COOL, b. Abt. 1816, PA.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. WILLIAM JOY2 COOL (FREDERICK1) was born Abt. 1815 in PA, and died Aft. 1880. He married MARY JANE BROOKS, daughter of JAMES BROOKS. She was born Abt. 1821 in PA.

 

Notes for WILLIAM JOY COOL:

Abstracts of Washington Co., PA Wills (1832-1841) Will Bk#5

Cool: Frederick, Hanover Twnship, Washington Co., PA P635

Dated 23 Jan 1841, Probated 19 Feb 1841

Executor: Thomas Nicholson of Frankfort;

Witnesses: Thomas Anderson; Robert Smith;

Beneficiaries: Wife: Mary; Sons: John, Peter, Abner, William (rec'd land purchased from Gilbert Cool south of Frankfort); Daughters: Elizabeth, Matilda (rec'd house and lot in Frankfort purchased from David Craig), Alsy, Polly and Nancy. Grandson: Samuel Moore.

 

1850 census, Washington County, Florence Hanover Township, page 78. Head of household is William J. Cool, age 36, tailor, with real estate of $1300 value. He has a Wife, Mary J., age 28, a son, Romulus B., age 12, and daughters Anna, age 8, Mary age 4 and Margaret, age 3. POB for all is PA.

Indicates a birthyear for Wm J. Cool of about 1814.

See notes on Romulus B. Cool under his entry.

 

1860 census, Washington County, Hanover Township, page 564. Head of household is William J. Cool, age 44, tailor, value of real estate 1500, value of personal estate is 800.

Wife, Mary J., age 39, daughters Anna A., age 18, Mary M., age 15, Margaret E., age 12, sons Atwood C, age 5, Yearword (name hard to read) Todd, age 3, Jennings M., age 5 months.

Indicates a birth year for Wm J. Cool of about 1816.

 

1870 census, Washington County, Hanover Township, visit 343/350.

Name Age Sex Occupation Real Estate Personal

Cool Wm. Joy 53 M Tailor 2000 520

Mary Jane 48 F Keeps House

Atwood C. 15 M

Jennings M. 10 M

Calvin M.C. 6 M

POB for all is PA.

 

1880 Census Ohio Stark Co Canton Twn ED#137 visit 91:

W. J. COOL Self MMW 63 PA Drug Store And Grocery NJ PA

Mary J. COOL Wife MFW 58 PA Keeping House PA PA

Atwood G. COOL Son SMW 23 PA Clerks Grocery PA PA

Jennings M. COOL Son SMW 18 PA Clerks In Drug Store PA PA

Calvin Mc S. COOL Son SMW 16 PA Clerks Grocery PA PA

Source Information:

Census Place 2nd Ward, Canton, Stark, Ohio

Family History Library Film 1255067

NA Film Number T9-1067

Page Number 362A

Note: This census is the evidence that Frederick Cool b. ca. 1770 was born in New Jersey.

 

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Washington County Deed Book

volume 3G, pages 561 & 562

Indenture 12 Jan. 1848. Mary Buchanan of Wash. Co., to William Joy Cool of same place, for $200; lot near Village of Florence, Wash. Co., adjoining lands of Mary Buchanan and William Jackson... 1 acre 125.58 perches strict measure, part of a lot conveyed to the said Mary Buchanan in 1844...

Witness: J. P. M. Buchanan

Recorded 3 Dec. 1849

 

volume 3M, pages 145, 146, 147 and 148

Know all men... we, William Rankin and wife Margaret of Wash. Co.; Enoch Miller and wife Ann of Harrison Co., --?--; William Murphy and wife Mary of Freeport, Tenn.; William McCabe and wife Harriet of Paris, Pa.; James D. Brooks and wife Mary of Paris, Pa.; and William J. Cool acting as voluntary Guardian of his minor son Romulus Cool, being lawful heirs of James Brooks Sr. deceased late of Burgettstown, Wash. Co., ...

Recorded 22 July 1853

[It sounds as if William J. Cool's wife Mary J. might have been a daughter of James Brooks. NB

 

volume 3T, pages 114, 115 & 116

Indenture dated 25 Nov. 1854. William M. Duncan and wife Harriet of Allegheny Co., Pa., to William J. Cool, tailor, of the town of Florence, Wash. Co., for $175, lot with the buildings erected thereon in the town of Florence...

 

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"History of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, with illustrations descriptive of its scenery, palatial residences, public buildings, fine blocks, and important manufactories," Durant, Samuel W. Philadelphia, L. H. Everts, 1876: map of Hanover County shows W.J. Cool household/land NW of Florence sold to J. Jackson, and W.J. Cool household next to the road NE of Florence.

 

(NB: There was another William J. Cool in the area, this one was the son of William Cool (1830-1870) and Agnes Hood. This Willy J. Cool was born 1870 and died March 08, 1892. He's buried next to his parents at Hopewell Hebron Cemetery.)

 

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Florence (Cross Roads) Presbyterian Church (Originally King's Creek), Washington County, PA, Enumeration of Gravestones, Revolutionary and other Veterans, Church and Other Records, 1834-1909, by Robert C. and Agnes D. Kreutzberg, 1986 (order additional copies from the editors, 253 Virginia Avenue, Chester W.Va., 26034)

[pg., 19 - 23] A history of the church written by James McFarren and William Joy Cool in 1859. Interesting history, but without any information on the Cool family, except that Wm. J. Cool became an elder on Dec 27, 1855.]

Extract:

Deaths:

Cool, William J. (Elder) died Sept 28, 1880 in Canton, Ohio

Admissions [E is by examination, C is by certificate from another church]

Cool, William J. April 5, 1839 E

Cool, William J. March 5, 1841 C

Cool, Mrs. Mary Dec 24, 1841 E

Cool, Mr. and Mrs. Abner (Sarah) Dec 29, 1848 C

Cool, Miss Anna A. March 19, 1857 E

Cool, C. Columbus June 26, 1868 E

Cool, Leonard T. Jan 10, 1874 E

Cool, Jennings Jan 8, 1878 E

Cool, Miss Effie Dora April 9, 1887 E

Cool, Miss Allie April 9, 1887

Notes: The William J. Cool entered by certificate is probably William Joy Cool. The other William Cool entered by examination is possibly William Cool (1830-1870), eldest son of Gilbert Cool (ca. 1798-1879). William Cool (1830-1870) had a son, William J. Cool, (1870-1892). Mrs. Mary Cool is possibly Mary Cool (ca. 1779 - 1853), the wife of Frederick Cool (1770-1841). Abner Cool is a son of Frederick Cool. Anna A. Cool (b. ca. 1842) is a daughter of William Joy Cool. Christopher Columbus Cool (1839-1913) is a son of Gilbert Cool. Leonard T. Cool is probably a grandson of William Joy Cool and son of Romulus Cool. Jennings Cool is a son of William Joy Cool. Effie Dora and Allie are daughters of C.C. Cool.

 

Dismissions [ SM means recorded in session minutes, AR means recorded in annual report. Note: "dismissions" in the Presbyterian church were not prejudicial. These certificates or letters of dismission indicated that the church member had properly separated from the congregation, usually due to moving to another area.]

Cool, Frederick SM Sep 5, 1835

Cool, Polly SM Sept 5, 1835

Cool, Betsy SM Sept 5, 1835

Cool, Abner SM Sept 5, 1835

Cool, Abner AR March 31, 1852

Cool, Mrs. Sarah March 31, 1852

Notes: Frederick is about 65 years of age in 1835. Since he, his wife, Mary, and his daughters, Matilda and Elizabeth, were buried in the Frankfort Springs Presbyterian Church, these dismissions probably represent Frederick's family transferring to that church. Betsy is probably Elizabeth Cool.

Children Baptised [BR means baptismal register]:

Cool, Ann Augusta SM April 4, 1842 Born Oct. 20, 1841, d/o Wm. J. and Mary

Cool, Mary SM Sept. 30, 1846 Born Oct. 7, 1845 d/o Wm. J. and Mary

Cool, Margaret Elisabeth SM Sept, 13, 1848 Born May 23, 1848 d/o Wm. J. and Mary Jane

Cool, ____ AR March 27, 1850 child of Abner & _____

Cool, Alexander Mitchell AR March 31, 1852 Born Jan. 8, 1851 s/o Wm. J. and Mary J.

Cool, William Richmond AR March 29, 1854 Born Feb. 2, 1853 s/o Wm. J. and Mary J.

Cool, Franklin A.C. AR March 29, 1856 Born Feb. 3, 1854 s/o Wm. J. and Mary J.

 

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History of Washington County, Hanover Township, by Crurmine, 1882, says that W.J. Cool was a postmaster of Florence, sometime before 1882. (Date not provided. Charles Calhoun was postmaster n 1838. 5 postmasters intervened. 2-11 years of incumbency. My guess -- sometime circa 1870.)

 

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Note: The middle name of Joy is interesting. It suggests a forebear with the surname of Joy. The following are two early Joys in the Washington County, PA:

 

1790 Census PA Washington Co Unknown Township:

Edward Joy counted 1 1 5

 

1820 Census PA Washington Co Hanover Twp:

James Joy counted 3 b b b 1 b 1 b 1 b b b 1 b b

 

Checked Historic Pittsburgh full text-search, also Family Trees and Joy message board at Ancestry.com; didn't find out anything about these two men. Ulster Historical Foundation on-line database of Matheson's 1890 Surname report showed 15 Joy births, mostly in County Waterford. It's possible that either of William Joy Cool's grandmothers had a maiden name of Joy (since we don't know their maiden names.) Consider also a possible name connection to William (J?) Cool 1830-170 and his son, William J. Cool.

Children of WILLIAM COOL and MARY BROOKS are:

4. i. ROMULUS B.3 COOL, b. Abt. 1838, PA.

ii. ANN AUGUSTA COOL, b. October 20, 1841, Hanover Township, Washington County, PA.

iii. MARY COOL, b. October 07, 1845.

iv. MARGARET ELIZABETH COOL, b. May 23, 1848; m. WILLIAM H. MALONEY, April 24, 1873, Hampshire, West Virginia.

 

Notes for MARGARET ELIZABETH COOL:

 

Ancestry.com's W VA Marriage records:

 

MALONEY, WILLIAM H.

Spouse: COOL, MARGARET E. Marriage Date: 24 Apr 1873

County: Hampshire State: WV

 

 

v. ALEXANDER MITCHELL COOL, b. January 08, 1851.

vi. WILLIAM RICHMOND COOL, b. February 02, 1853.

vii. FRANKLIN COOL, b. February 03, 1854.

viii. ATWOOD CLENDENING COOL, b. Abt. 1857, Florence, Washington Co., Pa; m. LUCY ELLEN ALEXANDER, August 01, 1881; b. Abt. 1862, Boardman, Ohio.

 

Notes for ATWOOD CLENDENING COOL:

Pittsburgh Marriage Returns:

Clendening Atwood Cool, born in Florence, Wash. Co., Pa.; res. Pittsburgh; age 23 [born thus ca 1858]; married 1 Aug 1881 to Lucy Ellen Alexander, born in Boardman, Ohio; res. Kentfield, Ohio; age 19; civil

ceremony

 

Note: Clendening is a surname. In 1850 census, the following Clenening were counted in western PA:

David Clendening, Smith Twp, Washington Co, PA

Joseph Clendening, Findlay Twp, Allegheny Co, PA

Joseph, Martha, Jno H., Wm, Sarah M., Easter Clendening, Findlay Twp, Allegheny Co, PA

Charles, Jane, William, James Clendening, West Deer Twp, Allegheny, PA

 

5. ix. JENNINGS M. COOL, b. Abt. 1860.

x. CALVIN M.C. COOL, b. Abt. 1863.

 

 

3. ABNER2 COOL (FREDERICK1) was born Abt. 1816 in PA. He married SARAH ANDERSON. She was born Abt. 1816 in PA.

 

Notes for ABNER COOL:

Deed, Abner Cool et. al. to Farmer Purdy, entered May 25, 1835 in Beaver County Deed Book Vol 34 page 71. Dated 28 August 1845, between Abner Cool and Sarah his wife, Hanover Township, Washington County, PA, and Farmer Purdy of Hanover Township, Beaver County, PA, for $2546, land in Beaver County. Page 72 of deed is not on hand.

 

1850 Census PA Washington Co Hanover Twp pg 60:

visit 78, 78:

Mary Cool 70 F [no job shown] 6000 New Jersey

Elizabeth 39 F POB all others is PA

Matilda 26 F

visit 79, 79:

Abner Cool 34 M farmer

Sarah 34 F

Frederick 10 M

Margaret? 8 F

David? 7 M

Elizabeth 4 F

Thomas? 2 M

Mary Cool is marked for married within the year. Frederick, Margeret? and David? are marked having attended school within the year.

 

Deed, Abner Cool & wife to W.H. Frazier, entered September 11, 1854, in Beaver County Deed Book Vol 33 page 186-188. Dated August 28, 1854, between Abner Cool and Sarah his wife of Hanover Township, Washington County, PA, and William H. Frazier, village of Frankfort, Hanover Township, Beaver County, PA, for $5739, 84 acres, part in Washington and part in Beaver County, by land of Russell Moore, McMillen? & Dungan, Webster & Crawford, Wm Carothers, and land conveyed by Abner Cool to Farmer Purdy [see deed above]. Part of land conveyed to Frederick Cool deceased by Joseph Minesinger and wife on May 11, 1818, recorded in Beaver County Deed Book E pages 315 and 316. Another part conveyed by same parties, same day, recorded in Washington County Book D, Vol 2, pages 530 and 531. Another part by Josiah [possibly Isiah] Stephens and wife to Frederick Cool on April 2, 1834, recorded in Beaver County Deed Book M, pages 1004?. Frederick Cool's will of January 23, 1841, gave the land to Abner. Signed, Abner Cool, Sarah Cool. Witnesses: John McConnel. John McCollough. John McCollough, Justice of Peace, Beaver County, witnessed signatures on August 28, 1854.

Notes: Abner Cool is the son of Frederick Cool (1770-1841) of Washington County. John McConnel may be John McConnell, who apprenticed Gilbert Cool (ca. 1798-1879) as a blacksmith and married Ellen Moore, the sister of Rebecca Moore, Gilbert's wife. Russell Moore was once counted as a neighbor of Gilbert Cool, and may be another child of Augustine Moore, the father of Ellen and Rebecca. This deed may contain the reference to the deed from Josiah Stephens missing in the deeds of Frederick Cool, posted earlier.

 

 

 

 

Notes for SARAH ANDERSON:

Following is from ernie_atwell@pccnm.com

 

1 Sarah ANDERSON

+ Abner COOL

2 Fredrick David COOL b: 3 FEB 1840 d: 26 DEC 1909

+ Anna ATWELL b: 24 AUG 1845 d: 20 JUL 1929

3 Levi S. COOL b: 1863

+ Anna B. TAYLOR b: ABT 1875

4 Sylvan COOL

4 Alvan COOL

4 Walter COOL

4 Harold S. COOL b: 1902

3 David Andrew COOL b: 5 JUN 1864 d: 25 MAY 1927

+ Nancy Cordelia GALYEAU b: 5 JAN 1873 d: 13 AUG 1954

4 Samuel Frederic COOL b: 3 SEP 1890

4 Lee Roy COOL b: 23 FEB 1893 d: 6 AUG 1964

+ Ruth Esther ELLIOT

4 George Elmer COOL b: 26 MAR 1895

4 Anna Cynthia COOL b: 1 SEP 1898 d: 29 JAN 1922

4 Edith May COOL b: 19 FEB 1900

4 Glenn Elder COOL b: 9 OCT 1904

4 Velma COOL b: 14 JUL 1910

4 Melvin Earl COOL b: 19 JUN 1913

3 Florence Topeka COOL b: APR 1876 d: SEP 1912

+ Nelson Francis BRUCE b: 31 OCT 1859 d: APR 1948

4 Unknown BRUCE

4 Ethel Mae BRUCE b: 26 MAY 1894 d: 22 MAY 1986

+ Leslie Cleveland ROWLETT b: 9 NOV 1891 d: 6 MAR 1966

+ Samuel BURTON

4 Esther Maude BRUCE b: 13 MAY 1898 d: 10 APR 1983

+ Archibald A. SNOW b: 4 NOV 1889 d: 1982

4 Rex BRUCE b: 13 SEP 1901 d: 4 JUL 1953

+ Vera SEELEY

3 Frederick COOL b: 1881

+ Emma E. UNKNOWN b: 1881

4 Mary A. COOL b: ABT 1904

3 George W. COOL b: ABT 1882

3 Orpha A. COOL

+ Unknown BROWN

Children of ABNER COOL and SARAH ANDERSON are:

6. i. FREDERICK3 COOL, b. Abt. January 1840, Washington Co., PA; d. December 26, 1909.

ii. MARGERET COOL, b. Abt. 1842.

iii. DAVID COOL, b. March 27, 1844, PA; d. November 02, 1909, Kearney, NE; m. FLORENCE A. MERRYMAN, March 26, 1874, Moline, IL.

 

Notes for DAVID COOL:

Ann Johnson: Yes, that is the David I have the Obit for. This was kept in the Frederick Cool family bible along with other obits. I was born in Nebraska and my gr. grandmother Florence Topeka Cool, daughter of Frederick, niece of your David Cool lived in Keyapaha Co., near Springfield, Nebr. Frederick Cool and Anna Atwell, went to Colorado and Idaho. The Fred Cool family says they have Cherokee blood..but I can't find the connection as yet...still working on it.

COOL, DAVID Obituary November 2,1909/Kearney NE

Author: Ann Johnson Date: 11 Sep 2001 12:57 PM GMT

Newspaper Obit/Kearney, NE 1909; David Cool Obituary

David COOL born in Pennsylvania on March 27, 1844, died at Kearney, NE Nov 2, 1909 aged 65 yrs, seven months, and six days. At an early age he went ot Indiana and at seventeen enlisted in the Army, serving as a volunteer for 3 years in the Fifth Indiana battery. He was a member of Sedwick post at the time of his death. On Mar 26, 1874 at Moline, IL, he was married to Florence A. Merryman. They moved from Illiniois to Buffalo County, NE where they have since made their home. A wife and six children survive the deceased, three infant children having passed before. For the past two yrs, he has been confined to his home but through all his weary hours has been a patient sufferer. The funeral was held at the home on Thursday afternoon, Rev. Frastus Smith, past department chaplain of the G.A.R. directing the same and delivering the eulogy. The G.A.R. assisted with the funeral.

 

 

iv. ELIZABETH COOL, b. Abt. 1846.

v. THOMAS COOL, b. Abt. 1848.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

4. ROMULUS B.3 COOL (WILLIAM JOY2, FREDERICK1) was born Abt. 1838 in PA. He married EMMA J. FISHER. She was born Abt. 1845 in PA.

 

Notes for ROMULUS B. COOL:

1860 Census PA Alleg Co Pittsburgh Wrd1 pg83 im83_106:

Romulus Cool age 28 male clerk born Penna.

NB: 1860 has Romulus Cool, grandson of Gilbert, still in Gilbert's household. So either this is Romulus B. Cool or a third Romulus Cool. There's a significant difference in ages, though.

 

1880 Census OH:

Romulus B. COOL Self MMW41 PA Druggist PA PA

Emma J. COOL Wife MFW35 PA Keeping House PA PA

Leonard B. COOL Son SMW12 PA At School PA PA

William F. COOL Son SMW10 OH At School PA PA

Etta FISHER SisterL SFW27 PA Pa PA ---

Edwin ORTT Other SMW16 OH Clerks Drug Store OH OH

Source Information:

Census Place 2nd Ward, Canton, Stark, Ohio

Family History Library Film 1255067

NA Film Number T9-1067

Page Number 363C

 

NB: Romulus B. Cool, William Joy Cool's son, was born circa 1838. Gilbert Cool's grandson, Romulus, was born circa 1852, 14 years later.

 

1910 census, Allegheny County, enumberation district 0039, has a Romulus B. Cool age 71 (born circa 1839) as a boarder, with head of household John A. Keefe.

This Romulus B. Cool is almost certainly William J. Cool's son, who left his father's household before the 1860 census.

 

Washington County, Pa., deed abstracts

volume 3M, pages 145, 146, 147 and 148

Know all men... we, William Rankin and wife Margaret of Wash. Co.; Enoch Miller and wife Ann of Harrison Co., --?--; William Murphy and wife Mary of Freeport, Tenn.; William McCabe and wife Harriet of Paris, Pa.; James D. Brooks and wife Mary of Paris, Pa.; and William J. Cool acting as voluntary Guardian of his minor son Romulus Cool, being lawful heirs of James Brooks Sr. deceased late of Burgettstown, Wash. Co., ...

Recorded 22 July 1853

 

[It sounds as if William J. Cool's wife Mary J. might have been a daughter of James Brooks. NB]

 

Children of ROMULUS COOL and EMMA FISHER are:

i. LEONARD B.4 COOL, b. Abt. 1868, PA.

ii. WILLIAM F. COOL, b. Abt. 1870, OH.

 

 

5. JENNINGS M.3 COOL (WILLIAM JOY2, FREDERICK1) was born Abt. 1860. He married MARY LNU2.

 

Notes for JENNINGS M. COOL:

See father for 1870, 1880 census data.

 

Florence (Cross Roads) Presbyterian Church (Originally King's Creek), Washington County, PA, Enumeration of Gravestones, Revolutionary and other Veterans, Church and Other Records, 1834-1909, by Robert C. and Agnes D. Kreutzberg, 1986 (order additional copies from the editors, 253 Virginia Avenue, Chester W.Va., 26034)

[pg., 19 - 23] A history of the church written by James McFarren and William Joy Cool in 1859. Interesting history, but without any information on the Cool family, except that Wm. J. Cool became an elder on Dec 27, 1855.]

Extract:

Admissions [E is by examination]

Cool, Jennings Jan 8, 1878 E

 

www.ancestry.com

Canton, Ohio Directories, 1888-92

Name Business Name Occupation Location Year

Jennings M. Cool Valley Ry. fireman 175 Housel, Canton, OH 1888, 1889

Jennings M. Cool Valley R. R. fireman 283 S. Plumb, Canton, OH 1889, 1890

Jennings M Cool Valley Ry engineer 235 Marion, Canton, OH 1891, 1892

Note: "Valley Railway Company" began operations in 1880 between Cleveland and Canton, Ohio, both as a passenger and a freight line. There is a lot of info about it on-line. Search "Valley Railway Company" and "canton and ohio" or go to the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad site at http://www.cvsr.com/buff.shtml

 

Canton, Stark County, Ohio Directory, 1913

City directory for Canton, Stark County, Ohio in 1913.

Cool, Jennings M.

Spouse: Mary

Occupation: engineer

St #: 720

Street: Patterson

 

1920 Census OH Canton Co Stark Twp Roll T625_1434 pg 6B ED 54 Patterson Avenue, visit 720 129 151:

Cool, Jennings M. Head MW59M PA PA PA Engineer Locomotive

Cool, Atwood Son MW24S OH PA OH Teacher Music

 

1930 Census OH Canton Co Stark Twp Roll T626_1870 pg 4A ED 32 Im 0055.

Cool, Jennings M. Boarder MW69 Wi? PA PA PA occupation: none

 

Child of JENNINGS COOL and MARY LNU2 is:

7. i. ATWOOD EDWARD4 COOL, b. December 05, 1895, Ohio; d. December 23, 1991.

 

 

6. FREDERICK3 COOL (ABNER2, FREDERICK1) was born Abt. January 1840 in Washington Co., PA, and died December 26, 1909. He married ANNA ATWELL.

 

Notes for FREDERICK COOL:

Frederick Cool Obit (son of Abner Cool) Fruita CO 12/31/1909

Author: Ann Johnson

Fruita, CO: Frederick COOL...Died Dec. 26, 1909. Frederick Cool..ill for only a few days...and the end was hastened by an attack of heart failure...Frederick Cool united in marriage nearly fifty years ago to Anna Atwell, Swan, Noble Co. Ind. For many years they resided in Springview, Nebr., removed to Fruita, CO in 1907...leaves six children: Levi S. Cool, Payette, ID; David Cool of Loma, ID; Mrs. Orpha A. Brown, Norfolk, NE; Mrs. Florence T. Bruce of Springview, NE; George Cool of Fruitland, ID and Frederick Cool of Council, ID...Frederick Cool was born near Pittsburg, Washington Co., PA and was 69 yrs, 11 mos at the time of his death...Funeral Service took place Dec 28, Baptist Church and interment in Elmwood Cem.

 

Re: Frederick Cool, NJ-1791

Posted by: Ann Johnson Date: April 27, 2001

In Reply to: Frederick Cool, NJ-1791 by David Cool of 485

Wondering if your Frederick Cool is the father of Frederick Cool who married Anna Atwell, Nobel, Indiana Jun 14, 1860. They had several children: Levi or Lee Cool married a Taylor moved to Idaho; and my gr. grandmother, Florence Topeka Cool who died in her 30's, she married Nelson Bruce and had 4 children: Ethel May; Esther; Rex and a male infant who died.

Frederick Cool was a Union Vet of the Civil War and died in Keyapaha Co., Nebraska and is buried in Springview, Nebraska.

Let me know if you think this is a descendant of your Frederick Cool. He could also have lived in Dodge Co., ID about 1860 as well.

Thanks,

Annie

 

 

 

More About FREDERICK COOL:

Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Fruta, CO

Children of FREDERICK COOL and ANNA ATWELL are:

i. FLORENCE T.4 COOL, m. // BRUCE.

ii. LEVI S. COOL.

iii. DAVID COOL.

iv. GEORGE COOL.

v. FREDERICK COOL.

vi. ORPHA A. COOL, m. // BROWN.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

7. ATWOOD EDWARD4 COOL (JENNINGS M.3, WILLIAM JOY2, FREDERICK1) was born December 05, 1895 in Ohio, and died December 23, 1991. He married MARY MAE MARGARET LIVINGSTON. She was born May 23, 1904 in Ohio.

 

Notes for ATWOOD EDWARD COOL:

Database: Canton, Stark County, Ohio Directory, 1913

Given Name: Atwood

Surname: Cool

MI: E

St #: 720

Street: Patterson

Bass, Cindy, comp. Canton, Stark County, Ohio Directory, 1913. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: Canton City Directory, 1913. Stark County, OH: Burch Directory Co., 1913.

 

1930 Census OH Canton Co Stark Twp Roll T626_1869 pg 5B ED 29 im 1087 Second Street SW

visit 2317 113 139

Cool, Atwood E. Head $3200 MW34M26 OH PA OH Salesman pianos

Mary M. Wife FW25M18 OH OH OH none

Atwood J. Jr. Son MW 1 11/12 S OH OH OH none

 

Database: Social Security Death Index

Name: ATWOOD E COOL

SSN: 286-30-6052

Born: 5 Dec 1895

Died: 23 Dec 1991

State (Year) SSN issued: OH (1951 And 1952 )

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Entries: 1133

Updated: Sat Aug 25 2001

Contact: Ronald Kittle

ID: I863

Name: Atwood Edward COOL

Sex: M

Birth: 5 DEC 1895

Death: 23 DEC 1991

Marriage 1 Mary Mae Margaret LIVINGSTON b: 23 MAY 1904

Married: 24 MAY 1922


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