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date: 20 February 2020

Cook, Arthur Jameslocked

  • Hywel Francis


Cook, Arthur James (1883–1931), trade unionist, was born on 22 November 1883 in Wookey, Somerset, the oldest of ten children of Thomas Cook, a soldier, and his wife, Selina. Selina's religious convictions were a formative influence on Cook's early life. At the age of twelve he began work near ...

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