PIONEER RESIDENT DIES AT HOME Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon for Jacob Cook, 78, pioneer Tarrant county resident who died at his home between Arlington and Handley, Monday.Services were conducted at the Handley Methodist Church, with Rev. Alva E. Miller officiating.Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery.
Pall bearers were A. E. Thomas, J. E. Conn, D. J. Wilkinson, J. B. Miller, Mead Reno and Ed Swackhamer.
Mr. Cook, who came to Texas in 1884 from Ripley County, Indiana, was familiarly known as Uncle Jake to the old time residents.He had lived 50 years on the stock farm he purchased when he moved to Texas.Many Arlington people attended the services Tuesday.
He is survived by his widow and three children, Squire T., Ft. Worth; Arvy B. Cook, Handley; and Mrs. Grace Faltz, Indianapolis and a grandchild, Jakey Calvin Cook, Handley.
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