Elizabeth Ann Cook
ID # 580, (1854-1871)
|Father||Charles Cook (1808-1853)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Ann Russell (1826-1920)|
|Birth||Elizabeth Ann Cook was born on 18 August 1854 at Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England.|
|Death||She died on 8 March 1871 at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, at age 16.|
|Burial||She was buried on 12 March 1871 at Chesterton, Cambridgeshire.|
|Note||Per the General Register Office: Entry of Birth|
Registration District Chesterton Union
1854 Sub-District of Fulbourn, County of Cambridge
Nbr. 369 eighteenth August 1854 at Chesterton, Elizabeth Ann, girl. Name of father not entered. Mother shown as Elizabeth Ann Cook. Informant Elizabeth Ann Cook, mother, Chesterton, registered on thirtieth August, 1854.
The one census record we have for young Elizabeth Ann's short life appears at Chesterton in 1861. She is however shown as Elizabeth A. Russell, age 6, born Chesterton. She is with her mother, also shown as Elizabeth A. Russell, age 30, unmarried, seamstress, born Canada. They are shown as residing on Histon Road.
Per the GRO: Entry of Death
Registration District, Cambridge. 1871 Death in the Sub-District of St Mary the Great in the County of Cambridge
Nbr. 291 eighth March 1871, Addenbrookes Hospital. Elizabeth Ann Cook, female, age 17 years, daughter of Elizabeth Ann Cook, needlewoman. Cause of death dysentry 2 months, exhaustion. Informant Elizabeth Ann Cook, present at death, 15 Histon Road, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire. Registered 10th March, 1871.
(Note that the 1861 census records have been searched for the name Cook in Chesterton. We are on safe ground in saying that Elizabeth Ann Russell Cook gave the family name as Cook when she registered her daughter's birth and death, but, for reasons at which we may only guess, she gave her name as Russell in the 1861 and 1871 censuses.)
Familysearch.org has an index for Elizabeth Ann Cook (no image), showing that she was buried at Chesterton on March 12, 1871. The name of the cemetery is not shown, however her mother was shown as living on Histon Road in Chesterton and young Elizabeth Ann is probably buried in Histon Road Cemetery.
|Last Edited||4 Oct 2017|