Cock, Albert Edward: Lieutenant

Digitized Service Record

Source: Take on strength 18th Battalion August 1916. Mentioned in October 1916 War Diary.

Find-A-Grave

May have died on October 21, 1965.

Black and white photograph showing uniformed First World War soldier Ed Cock, posing in the doorway of a railway car, presumably at the time of his deployment for overseas service, possibly as part of the 91st Battalion, St. Thomas deployment on June 25, 1916. Cock was Elda Mae Horton Patterson’s uncle. The women shown posing with Cock are identified as Annie Cock, left, Cock‘s sister; and Cock‘s wife Winnie Kendall Cock, right. The only soldier identified in Library and Archives Canada’s database of Canadian Expeditionary Force attestation papers is Lieutenant Albert Edward Cock, 99th Battalion, born April 14, 1886: http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/military-heritage/first-world-war/first-world-war-1914-1918-cef/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=107594. Source: Elgin County Archives
The Border Cities Star. June 14, 1935. Page 3.
The Border Cities Star. June 14, 1935. Page 3.
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