Clarence Edward Cook

1944

On November 12, 1944, Mr. C. E. Cook was listed in the newspaper article “Mrs. E. D. Hornsby.”

1960

C. E. Cook, 68, Dies at Home

Clarence Edward Cook, 68, retired building contractor, of 813 Huntington Ave., died at his residence this morning, September 1, 1960.

Mr. Cook was born in Blaney, a son of the late Sarah Long Cook and Decatur Cook.

He had made his home in Columbia for 30 years and was a member of the Rosewood Baptist Church where he was also a member of the Male Chorus.

Mr. Cook was a member of Carpenter’s Union, Local 1778.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Daisy Irene Hornsby Cook; two daughters, Mrs. Kiley May (Edna May), Columbia, and Mrs. Cordell Scott (Louise Scott), Honolulu; two sons, Edward A. Cook, Charlotte, and Barney A. Cook, Florence; a sister, Mrs. Laura Heath, Columbia; two brothers, M. A. Cook and R. T. Cook, both of Columbia; also 17 grandchildren.

A son Caldwell Cook, was lost at sea during World War II.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Dunbar Funeral Home is in charge.

September 1, 1960  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
Page 31
Located in Section F at Greenlawn Memorial Park
Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Charlotte Foster
Located in Section F at Greenlawn Memorial Park
Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Jim Hepler

2011

On September 5, 2011, Clarence Cook was listed as the deceased father in the obituary of Mrs. Louise Elizabeth Cook Scott.

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