Nathaniel Augustus Cook1

M, #1292, b. Dec 1892, d. 31 Dec 1916
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FatherJames Cook2 b. 1842, d. before 23 Feb 1922
MotherSarah Hammond2 b. between 3 Apr 1846 and 1 Apr 1848, d. before 19 Dec 1928
     Nathaniel Augustus Cook was born between 3 Apr 1892 and 1 Apr 1894 in Occold, Suffolk, England.2 He was baptized on 20 Nov 1892 in St. Michael & All Angels, Occold, Suffolk, England.3 As of 20 Nov 1892, James Cook lived at Occold, Suffolk, England.3 His birth was registered in the Dec 1892 quarter in the Hartismere registration district.4 Nathaniel Augustus Cook was the son of James Cook and Sarah Hammond.2 Nathaniel Augustus Cook died on 31 Dec 1916 in Iraq; during WW1.5 He has no known burial place, and is commemorated on a Commonwealth War Memorial on The Basra Memorial, Baghdad, Iraq; Panel 4 and 61.6

Census

DateHead of HouseholdHousehold
31 Mar 1901James CookNathaniel Augustus Cook was listed as a member of the household of James Cook in the 1901 census in Romewood Green Lane, Debenham, Suffolk, England. Other people in the household include Sarah Hammond, Noah Stanley Cook, Mary Ann Cook, William Lewis Cook, Frederick Charles Cook and Rose Rachel Cook also staying are grandsons Alfred V Cook, Age 4 born Occold and Sidney C Cook, Age 1 born Debenham.7
2 Apr 1911James CookNathaniel Augustus Cook was listed as a member of the household of James Cook in the 1911 census in Chapel Cottage, Debenham, Suffolk, England. Other people in the household include Sarah Hammond, Noah Stanley Cook, James Edward Cook, Harry George Cook, Arthur Robert Cook and Frederick Charles Cook 15 children born alive, 15 still living.2

Military History

Occupation

DateOccupation
2 Apr 1911Farm Labourer on Farm2
Last Edited=22 Mar 2016

Citations

  1. [S120] Monumental inscription in the Church of (Churchyard of St. Mary Magdalene) "unknown cd."
  2. [S2] Online image of the 1911 Census for England & Wales (1911 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG14; Piece: 10752; Schedule Number: 107."
  3. [S671] Microfilm of the Baptisms of St. Michael & All Angels, Occold, 1754 to 1899 (Suffolk Record Office, unknown film number).
  4. [S11] General Record Office Indexes to Births, 1837 - 2005 (General Register Office) "Dec 1892 Hartismere 4a 733."
  5. [S120] Monumental inscription in the Church of (Churchyard of St. Mary Magdalene) "http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1656389/."
  6. [S19] Website Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http://www.cwgc.org) "http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1656389/."
  7. [S3] Online image of the 1901 Census for England & Wales (1901 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG13; Piece: 1768; Folio: 78; Page: 17."
  8. [S397] Medal Card of Nathaniel A Cook, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1914-1920 (The Western Front Association, WW1 Medal Index Cards) "Roll RGA/114B Page 1368."
  9. [S397] Medal Card of Nathaniel A Cook, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1914-1920 (The Western Front Association, WW1 Medal Index Cards) "Roll RGA/1B3 Pge 236."