Cook family page
Percy Vivian Cooke
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Origins of surname
This is a surname of Scottish origin, derived from cook.
The name is found in Jersey church records as early as 1606.
- Descendants of Percy Vivian Cooke: Added in January 2019 to replace an earlier inaccurate tree
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Francis Cook (1884- ) Mercantile Marine
- Frederick Cook (St H) Private, RASC
- John Harry Cooke (1879- ) (St Luke) son of John William and Fanny Emma, Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery
- Sion Hall, St Clement
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