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Brian Jackson (#46880583)
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Mr. Badger Hawkeye
RE: Transfer Management
Hi Brian,

I just took care of the transfer.

Yours Truly,
LeRoy A.
Added by Mr. Badger Hawkeye on Jun 26, 2013 7:56 AM
SMolland
#33284756 Luduskey Cooke
Could you please link her to her husband Samuel S. Cooke in the Cooke Cemetery near Gilmanton and Independence.

Thank you.
Added by SMolland on Mar 23, 2013 3:24 PM
SMolland
#33284756 Luduskey Cooke
Could you please link her to her husband Samuel S. Cooke in the Cooke Cemetery near Gilmanton and Independence.

Thank you.
Added by SMolland on Mar 23, 2013 3:24 PM
Rebecca Steagall
Please transfer this grave
Hello Brian:
I am a great-grandchild of George Dascher through his second wife, Katharina, and son Nicholas. I just put his picture on Find A Grave. I would like to add his obituary to the site as well. Would you please transfer the grave to me so I can do that?
Thank you,
Rebecca Steagall
Added by Rebecca Steagall on Aug 28, 2012 9:16 AM
flgrl
Chauncey Cooke.
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Cooke Cemetery
Memorial# 33284390

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Chauncy Cooke was the Son of Samuel Shattuck Cooke, a harness and saddlemaker, and Loduskey Gardner Cooke.

CW Record: 25th Reg. Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers

Chauncey H. Cook(Cooke)
Union Company G
Rank In & Out: Pvt.
Film Number M559 roll 6

Born at Columbus, Ohio, in May, 1846

When the Civil War broke out, Chauncey was living with his parents in the town of Dover,Buffalo County. Chauncey was eager to respond .when the "Call to Arms" rang out, he was barely 15 in the summer of 1861

September, 1862, at Camp Solomon in LaCrosse, Chauncey enrolled in Co. G/25th Infantry/Wisconsin Volunteers.

Sunday, May 1st, 1864

In a letter home Chauncey writes
......."that we were to join a large army that sherman was collecting at chattanooga and that we were to begin a hundred and fifty mile march toward chattanooga the next day...."

April 17th, 1864

Location: In Camp in the pine woods near Resaca, Georgia

"Dear parents i have something to tell you this time we have been in a big fight and lost near three hundred men killed wounded and prisoners........."

May, 1865, on his nineteenth birthday he was mustered out of the service after nearly three years' campaigning.

After the Civil War, Chauncey began his studies at Eau Claire Seminary. After graduation, he taught in Buffalo County briefly before teaching in Freedmen's Bureau schools in Texas for three years.


1870, Chauncey returned to Buffalo County, Wisconsin where he began farming in Dover Township.

September 27, 1882, Chauncey married Sarah Eliza Caves. They were the parents of: Warren W, Samuel, and Rodney Cooke.

Chauncey H. Cooke Served as "Commander of the local Grand Army of the Republic". He also served on the Buffalo County Commission


Chauncey H. Cooke's obituary was printed in the "Mondavi Herald" dated May 16, 1919.






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