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    Default Pilot Officer F.J Cooke

    Hoping someone can help.

    Looking for the circumstances surrounding the death of the above pilot on March 1st 1944.

    Any help most welcome.

    Cheers

    Steve
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    Hi Steve,

    His death is registed in Totnes.

    Failing any other info from the forum I would apply for a copy of his death certificate from the GRO.

    Cause of death will be listed and possibly unit.

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    Ross,

    Thanks, will look into this further.

    Regards

    Steve
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    Steve,

    I answered your thread yesterday 20th June on the other forum (TOCH). Advise: Always come up with the CWGC info. Just could find a Frederick John COOKE - 168830, buried Bexley Heath Cem., but happy his name was not JOHNSON or SMITH !!
    I've him as the pilot on Wellington X serial LN775 of 3 OADU crashed at South Brent, Devon.

    Henk.

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    Default Frederick John Cooke was my uncle

    Steve,
    I wrote en extensive reply yesterday but it seems to have disappeared. Rather than retype it all I will give you my contact details so if you wish you can get in touch
    Nigel Cooke, 07811 326326/01937 572746/nigel.cooke@btinternet.com
    Nigel

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Hoping someone can help.

    Looking for the circumstances surrounding the death of the above pilot on March 1st 1944.

    Any help most welcome.

    Cheers

    Steve

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