COOPER, William Duncan Cecil – Driver – 2/A Battery – Died of wounds 27/9/1917

Driver 625522 William Duncan Cecil Cooper. 2/A Battery, Honourable Artillery Company.  Wounded and died of wounds 27th September 1917 in Ypres, aged 18. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery, Belgium.

  • Born in Barnes, Surrey
  • Enlisted at Kingston-on-Thames
  • Admitted in to the HAC on 12th December 1916
  • Went overseas 20th May 1917
  • Wounded and died of wounds 27th September 1917 in Ypres.
  • Aged 18
  • Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery, Belgium.
  • Grave ref. III.H.25.
  • Son of William Duncan Cooper and Minnie Cooper of the White House, Grove Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks.

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