Isle of Wight War Service Reports

Surname:   Cooke
Initials:   A
Forename(s):   Arnold
Service details:   Private, 11892, "C" Coy. 1st Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment), British Army
Memorial:   Ryde All Saints Church War Memorial
Memorial link
War:   WW I
Status:   Died
Memorial entry:   ARNOLD COOKE
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
(CWGC) link
:   19830
The War Graves Photographic Project
(TWGPP) link
:   3405383
Lives of the First World War link:   937261
Cemetery / Memorial:   Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery
District / Country
(or Reporting Authority
for Civilian War Dead)
:   Pas de Calais, France
Newspaper entry:   COOKE - May 23, of wounds received in action in France, Arnold Cooke, 1st King's Liverpool Regiment, aged 19, son of ex-Colr.-Sergt. J.H. Cooke, 1st Hampshire Regiment, of Hill Close, Binstead, I.W.
Newspaper Source:   IW County Press, 29 May 1915
Father:   James Henry Cooke
(Maiden name shown)
:   Charlotte Costin
Birth Place:   Mooltany, Bengal India
Birth Date:   1896
Death Place:   France
Death Date:   23 May 1915
Buried / commemorated
or cremated at
:   Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery Pas de Calais, France I. A. 131.
Census 1901:   2, St John's Villa, Ryde
Census 1911:   Arnold Road, Binstead, Ryde