1870s Daniel Bernard Cook, D.B Cook, CDV Photo, Sioux Falls, S Dakota
On front: "Your Uncle, D.B. Cook" is handwritten in old dip pen ink under his photo. Photo type: Original Antique Victorian CDV or Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1870's. Photographer: Jno. M. Munson, Artist, Phillips Avenue, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, D.T. Dakota Territory. (known to be photographer John M. Munson or John Munson, born 1849 in Ohio)
Note: This photo was taken before 1889, the date of South Dakota Statehood. Photographs before 1889 list the location as “Dakota Territory”.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Source: History of Southeastern Dakota, Its Settlement and Growth", Published in Sioux City Iowa: Western Publishing Company, 1881: "In June, 1872, a small frame building was erected, the lumber being brought by ox-teams from Worthington. Minn., which building stood where the residence o£ D.B. Cook now is, and was built by Messrs. Dunham and Wood, who first arrived at this point by stage from Worthington to Sioux Falls, passing through the future town of Valley Springs, May 24th, 1872. The Congregational Church of Valley Springs was organized in the summer of 1878, the first Trustees being J.R. Jackson, F.C. Bell and D.B. Cook. The Valley Springs Cemetery Association was organized May 2d, 1879, and is located on the southeast quarter of section three, town 102, range 47, containing ten acres. Its officers are: D. B. Cook, President; George Cassady, Sec'y; J. E. Hallett, Treasurer. The village plat was surveyed and completed by D.B. Cook in 1878. Sioux valley: Melvin Hovey, and Malissa J Woodruff were married Feb. 2, 1881 by D.B. Cook, Justice of the Peace"
HISTORY OF Southeastern Dakota, Its Settlement and Growth, Sioux City Iowa: Western, Publishing Company, 1881: "Daniel B. Cook, born in Otsego County, N.Y., 1847; when young moved with his parents to Delaware county; here he remained until about 21 years of age; thence to Ithaca, N.Y., for 8 years. Came to Valley Springs in May, 1876, and has since been engaged in farming and wheat buying. Married August 25, 1879, to Isabel A. Henton; one child, Mary C. Cook"
We also found a listing for D.B. Cook Grocery in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Daniel Bernard Cook 1847–1915 was born in Tompkins, Delaware County, New York and died in Washington State. In 1879 he married Isabell Henton Cook, age 19, born 1860. In 1880, about the time of this photo, he was living in Valley Springs, Minnehaha County, Dakota Territory. His father was James B. Cook 1816–1874, the son of Stephen Russell Cook 1783–1864 and Mary Black Cook 1782–1870, known as Polly Cook. The family originated in Plymouth, Litchfield County, Connecticut, onto Tompkins, Delaware County, New York. His mother was Ann Elizabeth Barnard 1821–1880, born in Otsego County, New York, and died in Masonville, Delaware County, New York.
His Siblings were: Emeline B Cook born 1842; Mercy M Cook 1844–1914 in 1877 she married Charles William Cook 1843–1915; Lois F Cook born 1850; Andrew S Cook born 1853; Ella R Cook 1856, married William H. Vanderhule born 1848. They had a son Garfield Arthur Vanderhule 1881–1915; Robert James Cook 1858–1914 married Cynthia Wilbur Johnson Cook 1859–1954 and had children: William James Cook born 1882, Zada Elizabeth Cook 1886–1968, Rose Ella Cook 1889–1936, Ralph Waldo Cook 1891–1947, Roy V. Cook born 1894 and Wilbur S. Cook born 1899.
Daniel B Cook in the Washington, Deaths, 1883-1960
Birth Date: abt 1847
Death Date: 3 Oct 1915
Age at Death: 68
Death Location: Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington State
Father: James B Cook
Mother: Ann Elizabeth Bernhard
Record Source: Washington State Death Records
This photo was found in Hamilton, Madison County, New York. DB Cook has nearby NY state roots to the area where found. This is a beautifully signed and clear portrait of a well known citizen of Sioux Falls, although not easily tracked in census records as he moved around much. Any help or correction appreciated, email Debra here.
Note: Hello from ~debra. I have spent years collecting over 10,000 ID’d lost family photos & paper from US flea markets & antique shops. I do the best gen research I can, but am always open to corrections. This is an original antique item, not a reprint. A new high quality rigid sleeve is included for extra protection, especially during shipping. You may buy a piece alone, or large intimate 300 dpi scans of the front and back sent immediately via email, or both. Please search carefully, as they are often found together and many may be related. I also invite you to join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. Thank you, enjoy! ~Debra Clifford (contact info on top bar)
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