G. A. Cooke
George Albert Cooke (26 November 1865 – 9 September 1939) Anglican clergyman and academic. He held two senior chairs at the University of Oxford: Oriel Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture from 1908 to 1914, and Regius Professor of Hebrew from 1914 to 1936.
Cooke was born on 26 November 1865 in London, England, to George Isaac Foster Cooke, a barrister, and his wife Agnes Marian Cooke (née Mackenzie). The pioneer physician Sir Morell Mackenzie was his uncle on his mother's side was . He was educated at Merchant Taylors' School, then an all-boys public school in London.
- A text-book of north-Semitic inscriptions. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. 1903.
- The Book of Judges and the Book of Ruth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1913. (part of the Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges) 
- A critical and exegetical commentary on the Book of Ezekiel. Edinburgh: T&T Clark. 1936.
- The Prayer Book Psalter Revised. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. 1939.
- "Reverend George Albert Cooke Journals". Archives hub. University of Bristol. Retrieved 4 November 2014.
- "Rev. Dr. G. A. Cooke". The Times (48407). 11 September 1939. p. 11.
- Danby, Hope; Law, Gerald (2004). "Cooke, George Albert (1865–1939)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 4 November 2014.
- "Mr. G. I. F. Cooke". The Times (40235). 11 June 1913. p. 11.
- "Deaths". The Times (48407). 11 September 1939. p. 1.
- "University Intelligence". The Times (39550). 4 April 1911. p. 11.
- Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges: Judges and Ruth