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    Default Joseph COCKER c1892 Oldham - WW1

    This man's records are mis-filed in the CLA section of the WW1 Service Records (WO 363):

    Joseph COCKER joined the RAMC in October 1915. Regt No: 71776.
    Declared age: 23y 4m.
    Discharged August 1916 - no longer medically fit (femur).

    Home address: Glodwick, Oldham
    Married LEAH CADMAN 1915 (Glodwick)
    Son SAMUEL HAROLD born 1915

    Some pages VERY damaged (wife's first name found on freebmd)
    Anc****y, CLA, pages 224507-224514 & 224519

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    Marriage: Apr 3rd 1915, Glodwick St Mark.
    Joseph Cocker, 23, labourer, 18, Wellfold, father Benjamin, a winder.
    Leah Cadman, 19, 107, Queens Rd, father Samuel deceased, an engineer.

    1911, 18, Wellfold Glodwick Oldham. RG14; Piece: 24468
    All born Oldham.
    Benjamin Cocker 44, cotton mule mender, spinner,
    Elizabeth Cocker 43
    Walter Cocker 21
    Joseph Cocker 19, piecer
    Alice Cocker 17
    Harold Cocker 15
    Ben Cocker 8
    Annie Cocker 5
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