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  COOK, Craymond

Rank:

Private First Class

 

 

Service Branch:

U.S. Army

Serial Number:

34011271

Division:

Engineers

Regiment:

 

Battalion:

 

Function:

Not available

Status:

Killed in Action

Date of death:

November 8, 1944

Place of death:

Not available

Age at death:

25

Awards:

Not available

Burial 1:

Burial 2:

Grave number:

 

Reburial:

Hulon Cemetery
November 1947

Born:

June 19, 1919
South Carolina

Hometown:

Latta, South Carolina

Family:

Parents:
David Cook 1885 - 1940
(first wife, name not yet known--vp)

Spouse:


Children:


Siblings:
Annie Cook Calder



Additional information:

Craymond completed five years of school, and prior to entering service worked as a farm laborer. He and his family are noted on the census as being "Indian" but I do not know if he was of the Pee Dee Tribe, Lumbee, or some other tribe altogether.

 


Research by: Victoria Proctor, genealogist

Sources: Dillon County War Memorial, NARA World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing (1946), 1940 Federal Census, tombstone, The Dillon Herald January 18, 1945 and November 13, 1947 issues

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