1910 - 1995 (84 years)
||Nina Mabel Cook  |
||9 May 1910
||Bremen, German Township, Marshall County, Indiana, USA ( Recorded In Plymouth) [3, 4]
|Soc Sec Num
||308-34-5155  |
||South Bend Lathe  |
||Between 1972 and 1973 
|South Bend Lathe |
||2 Apr 1995
||Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, USA 
||Oak Hills Cemetery, Plymouth, Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, USA 
- Nina's name is pronounced "NINE ah".
I remember many times having family dinners at Grandma and Grandpa's house on Highway 6 in Walkerton. As we got older, Grandma started making chop suey and the family really liked it. We would often play lawn darts in the yard while the men would play horse shoes. When I was little, I remember Grandpa keeping bee hives out in the far portion of the back yard. In 1976, I moved to southeast Texas, Cleveland, northeast of Houston. My town was on the way to Rockport, TX, where Grandma and Grandpa would spend their winters, so they would call me when they came into town, and we would drive the 20 miles to meet them in Brookshire Brother's (grocery store) parking lot. My son, Andy was the only great-grandchild then (1975-1976), so they had to come to see him as well as my husband and me. We didn't get much time with them, but it was always nice to spend what time we did have. When they moved back to this area, they had a little house at 906 Walnut Street, in Plymouth, IN. We would plan every year on Labor Day to go to Grandma and Grandpa's to watch the Blueberry Festival Parade and have a cookout. Grandpa died in 1988 of Alzheimer's and Grandma died in 1995. As I look back, Grandpa always seemed to have a "grouchy" disposition, but Grandma always handed it right back to him. My parents seemed be the same way, but on the lighter side. I remember grandma being hunched over with curvature of the spine and I have a mild case of it myself. She also used to shake a lot as she got older. I don't remember Grandpa's job, but was told that he was a truck driver. I do remember Grandma working at South Bend Lathe on West Sample Street. She used to walk to our house on South Main, and wait for grandpa to pick her up. Uncle Merle and Aunt Shirley lived on the corner from us then (1971). Grandma retired soon after that time. psg 7-16-2004
1. Nina Mable Cook
2. Place of Birth- Bremen
5. Single Birth- 5th birth to mother
7. Father: Ed Cook, Resided in Bremen; White; Age 37; School Teacher.
8. Mother: Bertha Whitman, Resided in Bremen; age 33; Housewife.
9. O.E. Nusbaum, MD Bremen, IN
Doctors notes for Birth Cert.
Social Security Number: 308-34-5155 IN
||Glenn Cook Family
||29 Dec 2014 |
||James Edward Cook, b. 31 Aug 1872, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA , d. 24 Dec 1947, Plymouth, Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, USA (Age 75 years) |
||Bertha Elizabeth Whiteman, b. 23 Jun 1876, Seneca County, Ohio, USA , d. 9 Jan 1956, Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana, USA (Age 79 years) |
||8 Sep 1895
||Marshall County, Indiana, USA [9, 10]
||Cook-James Edward family w enhanced.jpg
Nina in front and Bessie in back Raymond and Rolland, not sure, but Rolland is the oldest
||James Edward and Bertha's grand children
In the Cook Gathering Pic:
Harold Cook, Willo Cook, Gordon Rothrock, Roland Cook, Raymond Cook, ?
Nina Cook?, Clarence Erskine?, Florence Weaver?, Grandpa Ed Cook, Grandma Bertha Cook, Bessie Cook
Paul Rothrock James Rothrock
||Clarence Erskine, b. 30 Sep 1906, Donaldson, Marshall County, Indiana, USA , d. 24 Mar 1988, Plymouth, Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, USA (Age 81 years) |
||2 Sep 1933
||Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, USA 
Norman, Merle, Bev, Ronnie, & Sandy taken at the Alumni Baquet for Tyner Higher School in 2004
||30 Nov 2006 |
- [S42] Julie Anne Lindquist Degenhardt, my Grandmother was Bertha Mae Cook. She was the daugther of William Albert Cook. Brother to Benjamin Franklin Cook.
- [S292] Pammala Garber nee Thomas.
- [S261] Birth Certificate.
- [S68] Ancestors and Decendants (sic) of Henry Parker Whiteman and Mary Minerva Burdge, Bessie M. Rothrock, Compiler, (Private Publication by John R. Kagel).
- [S310] Progeny's Social Security Death Index.
- [S95] Pamm Garber, Compiler, family interviews.
- [S109] Relative Interviews, Claudia Kerestes, Compiler.
- [S349] Pamm Garber, Personal visit to cemetery Aug 2003.
- [S221] Marriage Index: Indiana, 1851-1900, Family Tree Maker.
- [S118] Marshall County, IN Marriages 1889-1904, 257 BRIDES (Reliability: 3).