F. John Peter Cooke (1818–1850)
Was born about 1818, was educated at S. Edmund’s, Ware, and at the English College, Rome, under the rectorship of Nicholas Wiseman. While at Rome, he was a member of the Little Oratory and used to visit the hospitals. Owing to his own poor health, he was for some years a professor at a college in France.
Newman described him in a chapter address of 1878: >