33. COOK5 ALMY (John4, Job3-2, William1),b. Tiverton, RI, 24 Sep 1765; d. Little Compton, RI, 25 Feb 1861.
He. m.(1) Tiverton, RI, 22 Mar 1795, CHARLOTTE COOK, b. Tiverton, 12 Sep 1773, d. 23 Mar 1835, dau. of Captain Isaac and Lydia Cook. He m.(2) RUTH DENNIS, b. 1790, d. 12 Jul 1865, dau. of Job and Phebe Dennis.
Children, of Cook and Charlotte, born Tiverton, RI:
|i||ELIZABETH6, b. 22 Sep 1795; d. Little Compton, 22 Sep 1891.|
|ii||PATIENCE, b. 1796.|
|iii||CHARLOTTE, b. 1797.|
|iv||CLARINDA, b. 15 Jun 1798; d. Little Compton, RI, 22 Mar 1885.|
|75||v||SAMUEL ELAM, b. 18 Feb 1800; d. Tiverton, 18 Aug 1889; m. 24 Mar 1830, SUSAN BATEMAN, b. 18 Aug 1805; d. 15 Nov 1865; dau. of William and Susannah Bateman.|
|vi||DEBORAH, b. 18 May 1801; d. Little Compton, RI, 16 Mar 1887.|
|vii||JOHN, b. 22 Mar 1803; d. Tiverton, 15 Mar 1887; m. SUSAN ELIZA SPENCER, b. 27 Dec 1812, d. 26 Jun 1896.|
|viii||HANNAH, b. 3 May 1805; d. Tiverton, 25 Oct 1897; m. Tiverton, RI, 4 Dec 1842, WILLARD DAVIS. Children, b. RI: 1. John A. Davis, b. @1844; 2. Edmund C. Davis, b. @1848.|
|76||ix||WELCOME ARNOLD, b. 4 Jan 1807; m. New Bedford, MA, 13 Feb 1853, MARY CORY, b. RI @ 1812.|
|77||x||ISAAC COOK, b. 4 May 1813; d. Tiverton, 28 Sep 1868; m. Tiverton, 19 Jan 1834, ALICE BATEMAN, b. 9 Oct 1809; d. 26 Sep 1867; dau. of William and Susan (Spencer) Bateman.|
His will made 12 Dec 1854, proved 8 Apr 1861, lists him as yeoman, far advanced in years. "To my four sons, Samuel Elam Almy, John Almy, Welcome Arnold Almy, and Isaac Cook Almy, my homestead farm in Punkateest Neck in Tiverton, bounded north by the salt water and highway, east by the heirs of William Bateman and the line between Tiverton and Little Compton, Pukateest Creek, salt water, west by salt water, with all buildings, and I reserve the burial ground. To my four daughters, Eliza Almy, Clarinda Almy, Deborah Almy and Hannah Davis, my Wilbor lot and lot I bought of Job Seabury, my salt lot (Southworth lot) and my windmill nearly opposite my house on west side of highway in Little Compton on land of John E. Almy. To daughter Mary Almy my silver porringer. To granddaughter Charlotte Almy a silver cup marked C.A. To granddaughter Delia Almy my great Bible. To all my daughters my burying ground on my homestead farm. My four sons to be my executors..."
The Cook Almy households are in the Federal censuses in Little Compton, RI, as follows.
1850: Cook Almy 84, farmer; Ruth, 60; Clarinda 50; and Deborah 48.
1860: Cook Almy 94, farmer; Eliza Almy 64; Hannah Davis 55; John A. Davis 16; and Edmund C. Davis 12.
REFERENCES: LAWTON pp. 17, 104; LITTLE COMPTON FAMS p. 7; RepMenRI p. 659; RIFam Vol II, p. 602; RIVR, Tiverton.