Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Biography:
Mary Ann Cook
d. 03/01/1947

Born approx. 29th May 1864 By 1911 she was married to Edward/Edwin Cook, bricklayer – but no record of the marriage has been found. By the time of the 1911 census they were living at 14 Highfield Road, Berkhamsted, with all the family at home: George Cook 27 (Bricklayer), Elizabeth 25 (Leather Factory worker), Florence 15 (Dressmaker), William 14 (School Grocers Errand Boy), Sarah Cook 42 (Boarder and Laundry Worker), together with Charles Baker 69, described as a visitor. By the time of the 1939 census, all the children had left home, so only Mary Ann and Edward/Edwin were listed. At the time of her death on 3rd January 1947 she was living at 49 Highfield Road Berkhamsted. Her effects of £280 11s were left to her husband Edwin, whose occupation was given as Builder.
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Born approx. 29th May 1864

By 1911 she was married to Edward/Edwin Cook, bricklayer – but no record of the marriage has been found.

By the time of the 1911 census they were living at 14 Highfield Road, Berkhamsted, with all the family at home: George Cook 27 (Bricklayer), Elizabeth 25 (Leather Factory worker), Florence 15 (Dressmaker), William 14 (School Grocers Errand Boy), Sarah Cook 42 (Boarder and Laundry Worker), together with Charles Baker 69, described as a visitor.

By the time of the 1939 census, all the children had left home, so only Mary Ann and Edward/Edwin were listed.

At the time of her death on 3rd January 1947 she was living at 49 Highfield Road Berkhamsted. Her effects of £280 11s were left to her husband Edwin, whose occupation was given as Builder.

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