|Includes: Handwritten letter from Mrs. V.M. Cooper, widow of the casualty, to the IWGC regarding the erection of a private memorial on Captain Cooper’s grave, dated 9 January 1920; handwritten letter from Mrs. V.M. Cooper to the IWGC enquiring whether the Commission was willing to maintain the Captain Cooper’s grave after her death, and whether an inscription to her memory could be added to the headstone, dated 4 May 1956; letter from F. Watson, South Western Area Superintendent, to the Chief Administrative Officer, UK District, reporting on the condition of Captain Cooper’s grave and explaining that the Commission’s Works Team could only undertake the occasional washing of the memorial, dated 28 June 1956; letter from the IWGC Secretary to Mrs. V.M. Cooper explaining that the Commission could not assume responsibility for the grave, but would consider doing so if the memorial showed evidence of neglect in the future, dated 16 July 1956; handwritten letter from Mrs. V.M. Cooper to the IWGC clarifying that her son, Commander R.J. Cooper, would look after the grave following her death and that she did not expect the Commission to spend any money on her behalf, dated 17 July 1956; copy of Captain Cooper’s entry in Bath Abbey Cemetery Register.