I don't follow the entire inquiry easily, vision's getting crummy.
Dolly Parker Cook wife of John Cook was one Delaware County doctor. Her father was a
physician and she was trained as a nurse in France. She'd found John injured on the
battlefield the morning after the battle at Monmouth NJ and taken him to her father's
home there. George Washington didn't think much of NYers even his own bodyguard John
I'm unsure what became of his first wife but John married Dolly and took her
"home" to where he'd been lumbering along the Delaware River. She's
related to Amasa Parker.
Yes as a doctor she traveled the area, one story is told of her having to overnight on the
ground going to or from a doctor visit, wolves attacked her tethered horse so she spent
the rest of the night up a tree.