Elizabeth Rose Cook grave monument in Municipal Cemetery, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England
Elizabeth Rose Cook grave monument: legible names and details
|1929||40||1889||first name on monument||b 1888 d 17/06/1929. Married first Edward Brazier, two children by this marriage, Ivy and Leonard. Ivy married Edgar Bussey in 1935, three children Alan, Pamela & Richard. Leonard married Eveline Sarah Hodge, two children Jacqueline & Janet. Elizabeth Rose was widowed and married Augustus Cook.|
|1959||73||1886||husband of Elizabeth Rose Cook||Full name Augustus Henry Stephen Cook dob 04/05/1884 d 1959. They had one son William Henry, born 13/02/1925 d 21/06/2012. Augustus had four brothers , Perce, Walter, William and Arthur plus a sister Gertrude. There father was aslo named William Henry Cook|
|1921||55||1866||relationship not given of Elizabeth Rose Cook||nee Pullen b 19/05/1865 d 14/02/1921. Daughter of David Pullen and Caroline Dundass. Married James Cobbett 1883. Two children Elizabeth Rose and William Henry.|
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