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John Cook
Bugler, United States Army
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Born at Hamilton County, Ohio, on August 16, 1847, he earned the Medal of Honor during the Civil War while serving with Battery B, 4th United States Artillery at Antietam, Maryland, on September 17, 1862. The Medal was actually issued on June 30, 1894. He had volunteered at the age of 15 to act as a cannoneer and as such served a gun under terrific fire of the enemy. 

He died on August 3, 1915 and was buried in Section 17, Grave 15513, of Arlington National Cemetery.


Master Sergeant Jari Villanueva sounds Taps at the grave of John Cook, bugler and Medal of Honor recipient. Cook received the Medal for his actions at Antietam, Maryland and is buried in section 17 of Arlington National Cemetery.
Photo courtesy of Sergeant Villanueva.



COOK, JOHN
BUG B 4TH USA
DATE OF DEATH: 08/03/1915
BURIED AT:   SECTION 17 SITE 15513
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

COOK, ISABELLA W/O JOHN
DATE OF DEATH: 03/16/1916
BURIED AT:   SITE 18613
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
WIFE OF JOHN COOK, BUGLER BATTY B 4TH US ARTY

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Updated: 15 March 2003 Updated: 22 October 2006
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 Photos By M. R. Patterson, April 2004