In the 1880 census of Wake Forest, Wake County, North Carolina: farmer Henderson Cook, 37; wife Mariah, 30; and children Livelina, 12, Lidia J., 9, Bryant, 7, Bettie A., 5, Willie, 3. and Laura A., one month.
In the 1910 census of New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina: at 176 George Street, pastor Alfred L. Weeks, 34; wife Annie, 34, a teacher; daughter Marie E., 4; and sister Bessie, 20.
Hill’s New Bern, N.C., City Directory (1911-1912).
In the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson township, Wilson County: Alfred Weeks, 44, a minister; wife Annie, 44; daughter Marie, 14, and sister Bessie, 26.
In the 1930 census of Elizabeth, Union County, New Jersey: at 233 West Grand Street, minister Alfred L. Weeks, 54; wife Annie, 54; and seven boarders.
Annie Elizabeth Cook Weeks, then a resident of Elizabeth, New Jersey, died while visiting Wilson on 19 April 1943. Her death certificate noted that she was born in Wake Forest, North Carolina, on 4 December 1875 to Henderson B. and Mariah D. Batchlor Cook of Wake County, and was a teacher. [Annie Weeks died at 916 East Green Street, the home of her brother Jerry L. Cook. He acted as informant on the death certificate.]
- Dr. A.L.E. Weeks
- Eleanor P. Reid — Eleanor P. Frederick Reid.
- Lucy Lewis — probably, Lucy Gay Lewis, daughter of Samuel and Alice Bryant Gay.
- Ethel Hines — Ethel Cornwell Hines (1894-1983), a native of Columbia, South Carolina, was married to William Hines.
- Celia Norwood — Cecilia Anna Hill Norwood (1879-1944), a teacher, was a native of Washington, North Carolina. She lived at 205 North Pender Street.
- Stattie Cannon
- Blanche Thomas — Stokes County native Sallie Blanche Hairston Thomas Baker (1879-1957) was a teacher. She was married first to Charles S. Thomas, then to William H. Baker.
- Mabel Ellis — Mabel Weaver Ellis (1902-1985) was a nurse.
- Norma Darden — Norma Duncan Darden.
- Camillus Darden