Albert Edward Cockerell {Australian WW1 ANZAC + Australian WWII Soldier}

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Albert Edward Cockerell

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Campbellfield, VIC, Australia
Death: December 28, 1955 (58)
Swan, Victoria, Australia
Place of Burial: Swan Hill Cemetery, Victoria, Australia
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Charles Cockerell and Mary Priscilla Cockerell
Husband of Private and Edith Esther Cockerell
Father of Private and Private
Brother of Private; Private; John Robert Cockerell {Australian WW1 ANZAC}; Private; Private and 4 others
Half brother of Private; Private; Private and Private

ANZAC Australia World War I Service Number: 15521
Australia World War II Service Number: VX13284
Managed by: Beverley Dawn Melchior
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About Albert Edward Cockerell {Australian WW1 ANZAC + Australian WWII Soldier}

Birth: 1897 - Campbellfield Victoria Australia

Death: 1955 - Swan Hill Victoria Australia

Parents: Robert Cockerell, Mary Priscilla Cockerell (born Jolly)

Siblings: Edith May Hill (born Cockerell), Eliza May Phyland (born Cockerell), John Robert Cockerell, Charles Ernest Cockerell, George Leslie Cockerell, Leonard Lachlan Cockerell, Alphonse Edward Cockerell, <Private> Cockerell, <Private> Cockerell

Wife: Ethel May Cockerell (born Smith)

Wife: Edith Ester Cockerell (born Squires)

Children: M. Cockerell, <Private> Gillett (born Cockerell), <Private> Cockerell, <Private> Cockerell

Notes individuelles Birth Certificate 26427 joined the 1st and 2nd AIF WW1

Marriage Certificate 7770 to Ethel May SMITH in 1921

Marriage Certificate 12846 to Edith Esther SQUIRES Death Certificate 23618

age 58

Children Bob (Robert)

Max

Margaret

Marr (2) 2 Dec 1929 at Swan Hill, Victoria to Edith Esther SQUIRES.

Mick was in the AIF during World War I and served in France. He returned to work as a blacksmith and farrier in his father's business. He joined the AIF in May 1940 and sailed for England in that month. After a short period he was transferred to the Middle East and spent about 7 months in Tobruk while it was besieged. He then was returned to Australia and discharged from the AIF with the rank of Staff Sergeant in 1943. He worked for Pool Petroleum, and then the Shell Oil Co until his death in 1955 (ref Bob Cockerell 2000). Issue 3 children.

buried Swan Hill Cemetery.

http://gw.geneanet.org/breton29?lang=fr;pz=yves+andre+maurice;nz=mi...

  • Military enlistment: Enlisted into Australian Imperial Forces, Driver 2 nd Divisional Signal Company, 16th Reinforcements - Apr 10 1916 - Melbourne Australia
  • Military service: Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A30 Borda on 20 October 1916 - Oct 20 1916 - Melbourne Australia
  • Military discharge: Returned from the Western Front. - Oct 8 1919 - Melbourne Australia
  • Military enlistment: May 1940 - Joined the AIF at the start of WW2
  • Military service: He joined the AIF in May 1940 and sailed for England in that month. After a short period he was transferred to the Middle East and spent about 7 months in Tobruk while it was besieged. He then was returned to Australia and discharged from the AIF with the rank of Staff Sergeant in 1943 - 1941 - Tobruk, Libya
  • Military discharge: Discharged from AIF, rank of Staff Sergeant. - 1943
  • Military enlistment: Enlisted into Australian Imperial Forces, Driver 2 nd Divisional Signal Company, 16th Reinforcements - Apr 10 1916 - Melbourne Australia
  • Military service: Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A30 Borda on 20 October 1916 - Oct 20 1916 - Melbourne Australia
  • Military discharge: Returned from the Western Front. - Oct 8 1919 - Melbourne Australia
  • Military enlistment: May 1940 - Joined the AIF at the start of WW2
  • Military service: He joined the AIF in May 1940 and sailed for England in that month. After a short period he was transferred to the Middle East and spent about 7 months in Tobruk while it was besieged. He then was returned to Australia and discharged from the AIF with the rank of Staff Sergeant in 1943 - 1941 - Tobruk, Libya
  • Military discharge: Discharged from AIF, rank of Staff Sergeant. - 1943
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Albert Edward Cockerell {Australian WW1 ANZAC + Australian WWII Soldier}'s Timeline

1897
September 29, 1897
Campbellfield, VIC, Australia
1955
December 28, 1955
Age 58
Swan, Victoria, Australia
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Swan Hill Cemetery, Victoria, Australia