WW1 MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO WILLIAM COOK

gifted to the next of kin of WILLIAM EDWARD COOK. Two single names on the Commonwealth War Graves register, Seaman William Edward Cook of the Royal Naval Reserve, Died on 26th May 1917 and is remembered at the LOWESTOFT (Beccles Road) CEMETERY and Second Lieutenant William Edward Cook of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Died on 12th March 1917, and is remembered at the ROSIERES COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION. The plaque is in a good uncleaned condition with some previous polishing wear, 16 stamp between lions back legs, clear Woolwich stamp on reverse

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gifted to the next of kin of WILLIAM EDWARD COOK. Two single names on the Commonwealth War Graves register, Seaman William Edward Cook of the Royal Naval Reserve, Died on 26th May 1917 and is remembered at the LOWESTOFT (Beccles Road) CEMETERY and Second Lieutenant William Edward Cook of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Died on 12th March 1917, and is remembered at the ROSIERES COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION. The plaque is in a good uncleaned condition with some previous polishing wear, 16 stamp between lions back legs, clear Woolwich stamp on reverse