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WILLIAM COOK

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WILLIAM COOK (?-?)

Very little is known about this man, other than that he was a Moulder in Brass, Silver and Aluminium and lived in Muswell Hill. 83 more words

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EDWARD GIBBONS COOK

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Edward Gibbons COOK (1883-?)

Edward lived at 22 Bryanstone Road, Crouch End and was a Schoolteacher by profession.  114 more words

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DAVID COOK

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David COOK (1892-?)

David is one of those whom Cyril Pearce calls ‘Soldier COs’.   187 more words

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FREDERICK PLIMSOLL CLYMA

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Frederick Plimsoll Clyma (1884-1971)

Frederick was born in New Southgate in January 1884 and died in Poplar in 1971 aged 87. 250 more words

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THOMAS CLANCY

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Thomas CLANCY (1881-?)

Thomas was an Irish national, born in County Galway on 12th April 1881. 193 more words

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ALFRED CLARKE

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Alfred Clarke (1883-?)

Alfred was a Christadelphian whose place of worship was in Finsbury Park. 147 more words

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GEORGE HULBERT CHETTLE

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George Hulbert CHETTLE 1887-1960 

George was the younger son of Margaret and Henry Chettle; the latter being Headteacher of Stationers’ School from 1881 to 1913. 235 more words

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