COOPER

JOHN COOPER.
1753 7th of August Of Beetley Married REBECCA LAWS in Foulsham.
1787 10th June Burial in Beetley churchyard.

CHILDREN of John and Rebecca:

SARAH COOPER 1753 Baptised on the 7th of October in Beetley.
1772 20th February Married Edmund Mason at Stanfield.
Children: John Mason 1772, William Cooper Mason 1773, Charles Mason 1775, Edmund Mason 1776, Edmund Mason 1777, Elizabeth Mason 1778, Maria Mason 1779, Charles Mason 1781, Julia Mason 1783.

JOHN COOPER 1756 Baptised on the 17th September in Beetley.

MARY COOPER 1758 Baptised on the 17th August in Gressenhall.
1785 28th March Buried in Beetley churchyard.

ELIZABETH COOPER 1760 Baptised on the 24th April in Gressenhall.

WILLIAM COOPER 1762 Baptised on the 19th of September in Beetley.
1791 19th October Of Dillington. Married ELIZABETH NEAL at East Dereham.
1834 20th April Burial of wife in East Bilney churchyard.
1841 census East Bilney, agricultural labourer.
1847 1st July Burial in East Bilney churchyard.
Children: Mary Cooper 1792, Susanna Cooper 1794, Elizabeth Cooper 1796, Charlotta Cooper 1798, William Cooper 1800, George Cooper 1804, David Cooper 1806.

GEORGE COOPER 1765 Baptised on the 4th of March in Beetley.

PHEBE COOPER 1766 Baptised on the 21st of August in Beetley.

CHARLOTTA COOPER 1770 Baptised on the 9th of June in Beetley.

According to a surname project based at the University College in London the surname of Cooper comes from an English occupation and being an occupational surname makes Cooper fairly common name in Norfolk and in many other counties making it difficult to trace families.

No baptism has yet been found for John Cooper. There are four burials in Beetley registers that may be of interest. These were possibly all adults: Edmund Cooper 1763, Mary Cooper 1763, George Cooper 1764 and William Cooper 1796. There is a will left by the George Cooper dated 1764 and an administration bond for the Edmund Cooper dated 1763, both were of Beetley. These are still to be looked at. William Cooper, of Beetley, a farmer, was involved in a mortgage dated 1770. All papers should be at the Norwich Record Office.

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