Re: Spurgeons, From Norwich, Norfolk England
As you have so much "Spurgeon" information, you wouldn't happen to have any details of a feamle "Spurgeon" marrying a Mr Cook(e) approximtely 1800-1850 in the Norfolk area would you ?
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I do not know Mr Cook(e)'s first name, and there is some confusion as to whether he had an "e" on the end of Cook at this stage.
His brother was Samuel (died about 1870) and his sister was Sarah (may be his step-sister).
He was the son of Samuel Cook(e) who was a Yeoman (farmer who owned his land) in Norfolk who died in 1815. His mother was Ann.