Agnes Wybry Cook

Female, b. circa 1897
     Agnes Wybry Cook was born circa 1897. She married Thomas Henry Cooksey, son of George Philip Cooksey, on 12 July 1919 at St Peter, Battersea, London.1,2


  1. [S183] England, Marriages & Banns 1754-1921 London ( : accessed 7 March 2014). Original data: St Peter, Battersea, Register of Marriages, London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London. Ref. P70/PET, Item 015. Record of marriage of Thomas Henry Cooksey and Agnes Wybry Cook on 12 July 1919. [M0009].
    1919, Marriage solemnized at St Peter's Church in the Parish of Battersea in the County of London, July 12 1919, Thomas Henry Cooksey, 24, Bachelor, Ship Steward, 128 Lavender Road, s. of George Philip Cooksey (deceased), Decorator, and Agnes Wybry Cook, 27, Spinster, 1 Rinaldo Street, Balham, d. of George Henry Walter Cook, Employee L.C.C., in the presence of George Walter Henry Cook, Julia Wilcock.
  2. [S165] Marriage Index, 1916-2005 England & Wales ( : accessed 6 March 2014). Original data: England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office. GRO Index of marriages. [GROINDXM].
    1919, Sep Q, Cooksey, Thomas H., Cook, Agnes W., Wandsworth, Volume 1d, Page 1183.