|was the son of David and Elizabeth
Cook of 42 Dacre Street, South Shields.
|He was born at South Shields and was
30 at the time of his death.
|At the time of he 1911 census James was
a marine engineer and was
living with his married sister, Annie J
Robertson, at 44 Sandhurst Street, Toxteth Park.
The Elder Dempster Roll of
Honours states that he was killed on
service at Archangel, Russia on the 30th
|According to 'Deaths at Sea' he
entered the Alexander II Hospital, Archangel
on the 29th April 1916 and died he following
day of Congestion of the brain.
|Probate of his estate was obtained
at Durham byhis father, David Cook, a
blacksmith on the 22nd August 1916. His effects were valued at £719
1d (£63,000 at