|Death: ||Jun. 29, 1864|
Captain Co E 10th Michigan
From History of Livingston County Michigan, 1880, 1880 Township of Cohoctah Part B. Pages 445-452. "Jared L. Cook [father] ...Bradford was a gallant soldier in the Union army, and gave his life for his country. He was mustered into the service as second lieutenant of Company A, 10th Michigan Volunteer Infantry; he was promoted to a first lieutenantcy, and afterwards to the captaincy of Company E; he was wounded in the battle of Kenesaw Mountain, June 27, 1864, died from the effects of his wound on the 29th, and was buried on the field of battle. His remains were afterwards taken up and re-interred in a national cemetery."
Photo of Captain Cook in Archives of Michigan Digital Collection.
Marietta National Cemetery
Created by: Janet
Record added: Jun 03, 2006
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