Frank Henry Cooper, age 22 years, was the son of Andrew Henry Cooper and Mollie Jane Vest.
He was a member of the A.E.F., Company A, 305th engineer corps of the 80th or Blue Ridge division, died of broncho-pneumonia, Feb. 21, 1919 at a hospital in France.
Private Cooper volunteered in the spring of 1918 and had been in France about seven months. He was in some of the hardest fighting in September, October and November and was gassed in one attack.
Young Cooper was a graduate of Central High School, a member of the class of 1916. Before joining the army he worked for a short time as draftsman for Street Brothers Machine Works, later going with Loglin*-Jones Steel Company, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Private Cooper is buried at St. Mihiel American Cemetery in France, Plot A, Row 5, Grave 19.
- Rank: Private
- Date of birth: 26 August 1897
- Date of death: 21 February 1919
- County: Hamilton
- Hometown: Chattanooga
- Service Branch: Army
- Division/Assignment: 305th Engineer Regiment, 80th Infantry Division, Company A
- Theater: Europe
- Conflict: World War I
- Burial/Memorial Location: St. Mihiel American Cemetery, France
- Location In Memorial: Pillar III, Middle Panel
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