The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

 Private A Hook


Home     




Private Albert HOOK, G/1696, 7th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 24th January 1918.

Born Northfleet, Kent, son of Arthur Henry W Hook.


1911 Census - 69 Station Road, Northfleet, Kent - Arthur Henry William Hook, head, age 57, married, cement labourer, worker, born Swanscombe, Kent; Jane Hook, wife, age 57, married 36 years, 9 children, 7 still alive, born Hungerford, Berkshire; Alfred Hook, son, age 24, single, paper, worker, born Northfleet, Kent; Florence Esther Hook, daughter, age 19, single, paper sorter, worker, born Northfleet, Kent; Albert Hook, son, age 14, shop assistant, worker, born Northfleet, Kent.

Other entries which have been crossed through - Arthur William Hook, son, age 35, married, cement labourer, born Northfleet, Kent; Fanny Maud Hook, daughter, age 30, married 9 years, born Northfleet, Kent; Richard Thomas Hook, son, age 33, dead, born Northfleet, Kent; Charles Hook, son, age 28, dead, cement labourer, worker, born Northfleet, Kent; Ethel Priscilla Hook, daughter, age 21, single, general servant domestic, worker, born Northfleet, Kent; Edith Hook, daughter, 1 month, dead, born Northfleet, Kent.


Enlisted Gravesend, Kent.

26th July 1915, posted BEF.

Buried at Poelcapelle British Cemetery, VIII. E. 8., Belgium.


This page was last updated on 16-Jan-2020.

Copyright © 2008 Janet & Richard Mason