Private John Alfred Cooper

Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Died: Thursday 10 June 1915 (aged 20)

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Record:
COOPER, JOHN ALFRED
Additional information:
Son of Alfred and Lydia Cooper, of 9, Court, 3 House, Garrison St., Small Heath, Birmingham.
Cemetery:
LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
II. A. 50.
Country:
France

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Name recorded:
Cooper, John Alfred
Memorial:
St Peters Whinney Hill Conventional District (WMR 52931)
Location:
Thrybergh, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Cooper, John Alfred
Memorial:
Dalton Main Colliery Ltd Silverwood And Roundwood Collieries (WMR 52934)
Location:
Thrybergh, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
Thrybergh Parish Hall (WMR 52933)
Location:
Thrybergh, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
Manchester Post Office Telegraph Staff - WW1 (WMR 13119)
Location:
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
St John The Divine (WMR 28603)
Location:
Menston, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
Great North of Scotland Railway (WMR 74419)
Location:
Aberdeen, Grampian
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
St Saviours Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 25558)
Location:
Dartmouth, Devon
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
Inverurie and District (WMR 8589)
Location:
Inverurie, Grampian
Name recorded:
Cooper, J A
Memorial:
Tough (WMR 8636)
Location:
Tough, Grampian