Henry Cook

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updated February 06, 2019
Henry Cook was born to Annie Rapsey Cook, with sibling Robert. We know that Henry Cook had been residing in Wangtta, Australia.

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Henry Cook

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Henry

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Wangtta, Australia

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Parents:

Annie Rapsey Cook
Wangtta, Australia

Siblings:

Robert Ernest Cook
1893 - 1953
Wangtta, Australia

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Henry Cook was born to Annie Rapsey Cook, with sibling Robert. We know that Henry Cook had been residing in Wangtta, Australia.
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Henry William Cook
around 1896 - Oct 12, 1916
Henry William Cook
around 1880 - Oct 8, 1918
Henry William Cook
around 1879 - Jun 13, 1916
Henry Warner Cook
around 1892 - Jul 7, 1918
Henry Warner Cook
around 1919 - May 22, 1941
Henry Walter Cook
around 1884 - Sep 30, 1940
Henry Walter Cook
around 1894 - Oct 28, 1918
Henry Vincent Cook
Died: Mar 21, 1918
Henry T. Cook
around 1894 - Oct 19, 1943
Henry Stephen Cook
Died: Apr 6, 1916
Henry Spencer Cook
around 1920 - Sep 24, 1944
Henry Rufus Cook
around 1885 - Sep 16, 1917
Henry Rodham Cook
around 1883 - Sep 7, 1917
Henry Philip Cook
around 1896 - Feb 10, 1918
Henry John Hugh Cook
around 1893 - Sep 15, 1916
Henry John Cook
around 1921 - Dec 24, 1945
Henry James Cook
Died: Dec 20, 1941
Henry James Cook
around 1889 - Oct 6, 1915

Other Cooks

Annie Rapsey Cook
Wangtta, Australia
Audrey Serena Feodore Cook
1880 - 1953
Bsdale, Australia
Palmer Alfred Cook
Bsdale, Australia
Elizabeth Fox Cook
Bsdale, Australia
George Richard Cook
1866 - 1953
Ballarat, Australia
George Cook
Ballarat, Australia
Agnes Donaldson Cook
Ballarat, Australia
Margaret Cook
1888 - 1953
Jeparit, Australia
Taylor Samuel Cook
Jeparit, Australia
Mary Lawson Cook
Jeparit, Australia
John Cook
1868 - 1953
Ringwood, Australia
George Cook
Ringwood, Australia
Harriet Russell Cook
Ringwood, Australia
John Cook
1866 - 1953
Ballarat, Australia
Robert Cook
Ballarat, Australia
Sabina Brothy Cook
Ballarat, Australia
Jennifer Cook
Died: 1953
Wychepf, Australia
Ronald Frederick Cook
Wychepf, Australia
Pauline Brice Kemp Cook
Wychepf, Australia
Jill Cook
Died: 1953
Wychepf, Australia

Other Bios

Annie Rapsey Cook
Wangtta, Australia
Jessie Hephzibah Montgomery
1911 - 1953
Watta, Australia
John Montgomery
Watta, Australia
Rosemary Hurst
1933 - 1953
Wangtta, Australia
Charles Hurst
Wangtta, Australia
Daisy Myrtle Mcintosh Hurst
Wangtta, Australia
Allan John Hurst
1935 - 1953
Wangtta, Australia
Charles Hurst
Wangtta, Australia
Daisy Myrtle Mcintosh Hurst
Wangtta, Australia
Albert Edward Plant
1910 - 1953
Eaglehawk, Australia
Thomas Plant
Eaglehawk, Australia
Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant
Eaglehawk, Australia
Catherine Johnston
1872 - 1953
Wangta, Australia
Bartley Michael Johnston
Wangta, Australia
Ann Johnston
Wangta, Australia
Keith Burness
1925 - 1953
Wangtta, Australia
Henry Burness
Wangtta, Australia
Rose Glassen Burness
Wangtta, Australia
Veronica Ann Lane
1894 - 1953
Wangtta, Australia
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