Born: 6th September 1897, Ipswich.

Died: 22nd March 1941; age: 43; Died of Wounds at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, Plymouth, Devonshire..

Residence: 43, Tanner’s Lane, Ipswich.

Occupation: General Labourer.


Rank: Petty Officer Engineman Stoker; Service Number: LT/KX 100331.

Regiment: Royal Navy Patrol Service, H.M.Trawler ‘Seddon’


Grave Reference:


Ipswich Old Cemetery,



Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Alfred & Maud Mary Ann Cook, of Ipswich; husband of Constance Clarrissa Maud Cook, of Stoke, Ipswich.




1901   8, James Street, Ipswich.


George was 3 years old and living with his widowed mother and siblings.

Maud Mary Ann Cook (nee Parnell), 29, born Ipswich.

Alfred Robert Cook, 11, born Ipswich.

Eva Laura Cook, 10, born Ipswich.

Bertie Theodore Cook, 6, born Ipswich.

Lilian May Cook, 5, born Ipswich.


1911   55, Montague Street, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.


George was 13 years old and living with his aunt & uncle and their adopted daughter.

George Cross, 48, born Durham.

Laura Cross, 47, born Ipswich.

Maud Lilian Harwood, 9, born Grimsby, Lincolnshire.


George’s mother, Maud Mary Ann Biggs (re-married 1910), died 1938, Ipswich.


George’s father was Alfred Cook, born 1869, Ipswich – died 1898, Ipswich. A Shunter Railway.


In 1920, Ipswich, George married Constance Clarissa Maud Leek, born March 1902, Ipswich. They had 6 children. George and Constance later seperated.



George was a General Labourer, living at 43, Tanner’s Lane, Ipswich.


Constance was living at 1, Hawes Street, Ipswich with her daughter Vera Cook, a Brewery Bottle Labeller, her partner widower Walter H. Chamberlain, a Wharf Worker and their daughter Jean.

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