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2 - COOK HOME
by John Cook, who was born in 1846 in Texas-bound wagon train; at 17 was in
Civil War; in 1866 married Frances Miller. Lived in rock house near this site.
With son, R.J., contributed
much to area cattle industry with fine registered H Herefords. House erected
1897 of select long-leaf pine placed to catch gulf breezes. Each room opens on
a porch. Has four fireplaces with mantels of mahogany, maple, oak. Architecture
is Victorian. Owned by William D. Dugat and family since 1941.
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