THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Service Record Notes

COOKE, FRANK– 212418.

 
Short Service
(For the duration of the War, with the Colours, and in the Army Reserves)
Attestation of
No. 212418 – Frank Cooke – Royal Engineers
Name – Frank Cooke.
158 Union Road, Dover, Kent.
Age 34 years – 330 days.
Trade – Stoker.
 
Next of kin – Eleanor Frances Cooke, 158, Union Road, Dover.
 
Particulars as to marriage.
Eleanor Francis Kemp (spinster) 1, August 1903.  ????? 158, Union Road, Dover. 
 
Particulars of children.
Eva Flora – 30th June 1904 – Dover.
Leonard Frank – 2nd May 1907 – Dover.
Eleanor Violet – 23 March 1912 – Dover.
 
Sapper Frank Cooke – 429th Field Company - Royal Engineers.
 
Casualty Form – Active Service.
Died of wounds (gun shot wounds head) in 7th General Hospital 7-1-18.
 
Widow of soldier – Eleanor Frances Cooke – 158 Union Road, Dover.
 
Children of soldier
Eva Flora – June 30th 1904.
Leonard Frank – March 28th 1907.
Eleanor Violet Emma – March 28th 1912.
 
Father - none.
Mother – none
 
Brothers of soldier.
Joseph Cooke - age 44.
Arthur Cooke – age 36.
Albert Cooke – age 30.
 
Sisters of soldier.
Emma - age 34.
Alice Williams – age 31.
Helena Russell – age 28.


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