Nancy Arnold

F
Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Nancy Arnold married John Cooper, son of David (Progenitor) Cooper and Elizabeth Wilder, in 1775 at Kentucky.

Family

John Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
Children

Charity Cooper

F, (circa 1775 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Charity Cooper married (?) Horsten. Charity Cooper was born circa 1775.

Family

(?) Horsten

(?) Logan

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     (?) Logan married an unknown person.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Cooper

F, (between 1777 and 1782 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Elizabeth "Betsy" Cooper married (?) Byers. Elizabeth "Betsy" Cooper was born between 1777 and 1782.

Family

(?) Byers

(?) Byers

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     (?) Byers married Elizabeth "Betsy" Cooper, daughter of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold.

Family

Elizabeth "Betsy" Cooper b. between 1777 and 1782

Sarah Cooper

F, (between 1784 and 1788 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Sarah Cooper married John Morgan. Sarah Cooper was born between 1784 and 1788.

Family

John Morgan

John Morgan

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     John Morgan married Sarah Cooper, daughter of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold.

Family

Sarah Cooper b. between 1784 and 1788

Winnefray Cooper

F, (circa 1789 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Winnefray Cooper married Robert Byers. Winnefray Cooper was born circa 1789.

Family

Robert Byers

Robert Byers

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     Robert Byers married Winnefray Cooper, daughter of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold.

Family

Winnefray Cooper b. circa 1789

Isaac Cooper

M, (circa 1791 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Isaac Cooper was born circa 1791 at South Carolina. He married Mary Valentine on May 21, 1810 at Mason County, Kentucky.

Marcum Cooper

M, (circa 1793 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Marcum Cooper was born circa 1793. He married Patsy Howerton on Oct 27, 1810 at Logan County, Kentucky.

Patsy Howerton

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     Patsy Howerton married Marcum Cooper, son of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold, on Oct 27, 1810 at Logan County, Kentucky.

Family

Marcum Cooper b. circa 1793

Thomas Cooper

M, (Mar 12, 1776 - Jun 1, 1850)
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Thomas Cooper married Rebecca (?) Thomas Cooper was born on Mar 12, 1776 at South Carolina. He died on Jun 1, 1850 at New Hope, Lowndes County, Mississippi, at age 74.

Zachariah Cooper

M, (1783 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Zachariah Cooper was born in 1783 at York County, South Carolina. He married Mary Ann Quinn, daughter of John Quinn and Betsy Morgan, in 1804 at South Carolina.
     The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Nov 21, 1850 District 39, St Claire, Alabama.

Family

Mary Ann Quinn b. Dec 25, 1785, d. Dec 13, 1857
Children

Mary Ann Quinn

F, (Dec 25, 1785 - Dec 13, 1857)
FatherJohn Quinn
MotherBetsy Morgan
     Mary Ann Quinn was born on Dec 25, 1785 at South Carolina. She married Zachariah Cooper, son of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold, in 1804 at South Carolina. Mary Ann Quinn died on Dec 13, 1857 at Morgan County, Alabama, at age 71.
     She or 1855 per ancestry.com lcmparts;
Children listed on ancestry.com for Mary Ann Quinn:

* Sarah Elizabeth Cooper (B: 1804)
* Noah Cooper (B: 1805)
* Margaret Ann Cooper (B: 1805)
* John B Cooper (B: 1806)
* William A Cooper (B: 1809)
* Lucinda R Cooper (B: 1810)
* Selina Cooper (B: 1812)
* Hugh Anderson Cooper (B: 1815)
* Margaret Ann Cooper (B: 1817)
* Nancy Cooper (B: 1819)
* Anthony Elliott Cooper (B: 1822)
* Betty C Cooper (B: 1822)
* Henry Pinckney Cooper (B: 1825)
* Oliver Cooper (B: 1826.)

Family

Zachariah Cooper b. 1783
Children

David Cooper

M, (1790 - )
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     David Cooper was born in 1790. He married Elizabeth Orr, daughter of Samuel Baxter Alexander, in 1810 at Christian County, Kentucky.

Elizabeth Alexander

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FatherSamuel Baxter Alexander
     Elizabeth Alexander married (?) Orr. Elizabeth Orr married David Cooper, son of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold, in 1810 at Christian County, Kentucky.

Family 1

(?) Orr

Family 2

David Cooper b. 1790

Abner C. Cooper

M, (circa 1792 - 1854)
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Abner C. Cooper was born circa 1792 at South Carolina. He married Rebecca McCoy, daughter of Willis McCoy and Holland Daugherty, on Oct 7, 1813 at Logan, Butler County, Kentucky. Abner C. Cooper died in 1854 at Clark County, Illinois.

Family

Rebecca McCoy b. Oct 11, 1796, d. Jun 24, 1879
Children

Rhoda "Rody" Cooper

F, (1795 - Aug 25, 1851)
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Rhoda "Rody" Cooper married Jorden Gibson. Rhoda "Rody" Cooper was born in 1795 at South Carolina. She married Allen Givens on Feb 22, 1816 at Berry's Lick, Butler County, Kentucky. Rhoda "Rody" Gibson died on Aug 25, 1851 at Butler County, Kentucky, and was buried at Givens Cemetery.

Family 1

Jorden Gibson

Family 2

Allen Givens b. Oct 28, 1760, d. Jul 6, 1856
Children

Eady Cooper

F, (Jan 23, 1799 - Apr 12, 1852)
FatherJohn Cooper b. 1758, d. before May 1, 1829
MotherNancy Arnold
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Eady Cooper was born on Jan 23, 1799 at South Carolina. She married James Givens, son of Allen Givens and Mary Forsythe, on Mar 30, 1821 at Berry's Lick, Butler County, Kentucky. Eady Givens died on Apr 12, 1852 at Coppiras Works, Butler County, Kentucky, at age 53 and was buried at Givens Cemetery.
     She father-in-law, Allen Givens, was married to Eady's sister, Rhoda.

Family

James Givens b. May 8, 1798, d. May 29, 1880
Children

(?) Horsten

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     (?) Horsten married Charity Cooper, daughter of John Cooper and Nancy Arnold.

Family

Charity Cooper b. circa 1775

David (Progenitor) Cooper

M, (1725 - before Apr 1, 1796)
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     David (Progenitor) Cooper was born in 1725. He married Elizabeth Wilder in 1747; [probably is Wilder but no definite proof, per Donald Cooper]. David (Progenitor) Cooper died before Apr 1, 1796 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, (DAR application states will proved April, 1796.)
     He was an ancestor of a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution Mary Frances Fewel Thompson, DAR # 372469. The 1790 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1790 Spartanburg, South Carolina; and one slave. Box 7, Packet 15: Will of David Cooper dated 17 Mar 1792, copied from Box 7, package 15 Spartanburg, South Carolina: IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I David Cooper of the state of South Carolina and County of Spartanburgh being old and well stricken in years and weak and sickly in person yet perfect and sound in mind and memory thanks be to God for His mercies. Calling to mind the mortality of the body and that it is appointed for man once to die and after that to Judgement I do hereby make and ordain this to be my last will and testament and first I yield my soul unto God that gave it me in hopes of a happy reception through the tender mercies of Jesus Christ and my body unto the dust from whence it came to be buried with Decent burial at the discretion of my executors in hopes of a happy resurrection from the dead and all my worldly goods and chattel that the lord has been pleased to bless me with I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Elisabeth Cooper one featherbed and furniture and lend unto her also one negro woman named Pol and one gray mare and colt and two cows and calves and household and kitchen furniture and if there is a right obtained for the land on which I now dwell to me or to my heirs that my wife shall have her dwelling on that all the days of her life and at her death all that remains of the lent property unto my wife shall be equally divided between my son Edward Cooper and my daughter Elizabeth Cooper and also I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rehab Fowler one featherbed and furniture and one white horse and two cows and calves and one heffer and one iron pot which I intrusted her with at her marriage and which she hath already in her hands and also I also give and bequeath unto my son Marcome Cooper three head of sheep which he hath already in his hands and also I give and bequeath unto my son William Cooper one featherbed and furniture, one gray mare and two cows and two cows and calves which he hath already in his hands and I also give and bequeath unto my son John Cooper one featherbed and furniture two cows and calves and a heffer and one bay mare which he hath already in his hands and I also give and bequeath unto my daughter Charity Wilmuth one featherbed and furniture and one cow which she hath already in her hands and I also give and bequeath unto my daughter Orpah Amos one featherbed and furniture and two cows and one calf which she hath already in her hands and I also give and bequeath unto my son Sion Cooper one bay horse bridle and saddle which he hath already in his hands and two cows and calves which he hath lately received an two heffers which he is to receive and also I give and bequeath unto my son Malleki one bay horse bridle and saddle and a rifel gun which he hath already in his hands and I also give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Cooper ane black mare and one featherbed and fruniture and two cows and calves and one flax wheel which is her present portion and I also give and bequeath unto my son Edward Cooper one featherbed and furniture and three young horses, two sorrels and one black and two cows and calves and 16-19 Virgene money which is in the hands of my son John Cooper and one rifle gun and I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Malleki Cooper as my executor of this my last will and testement I do also disavol and make void all other former wills and so I bequeaths by me whatsoever acknowledging this to be my last will and testament. Published pronounced ratified and confirmed signed sealed and acknowledged this seventeenth day of March in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and ninety two in the presents of Fred Trimmor, Obadiah Watson, Daniel Ledbetter. (Signed) David x Cooper. He was is listed in the Index to South Carolina Land Grants, document number 249, Volume 69, Class 02 in 1795 at South Carolina. He was land grant issued to David Cooper, 249, Volume 69, Class 02, LG1795 in 1795 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Elizabeth Cooper received 365 acres on Thickety Creek for 10s and "consideration of David Cooper assisting in finding and searching for the best beds of ore on the survey made on Thickety Cr for Daniel Bourdeaux, David Hopkins, John Vanderhorst, and Francis Bremar as by an agreement given David by Francis". On Jan 6, 1800 Elizabeth sold 148 acres for "$125 SC money on the waters of Thickety Cr; part of tract sold by Francis Bremar to Elizabeth Cooper" and in 1805 sold 217 ac on "main" Thickety Cr on May 20, 1797. David (Progenitor) Cooper survey of land. Was this our David? On Oct 11, 1802 at Christian County, Kentucky.

Family

Elizabeth Wilder b. 1726, d. after 1805
Children

Elizabeth Wilder

F, (1726 - after 1805)
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Elizabeth Wilder was born in 1726 at Edgecombe County, North Carolina. She married David (Progenitor) Cooper in 1747; [probably is Wilder but no definite proof, per Donald Cooper]. Elizabeth Cooper died after 1805 at Gafney, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.
     She and David (Progenitor) Cooper received 365 acres on Thickety Creek for 10s and "consideration of David Cooper assisting in finding and searching for the best beds of ore on the survey made on Thickety Cr for Daniel Bourdeaux, David Hopkins, John Vanderhorst, and Francis Bremar as by an agreement given David by Francis". On Jan 6, 1800 Elizabeth sold 148 acres for "$125 SC money on the waters of Thickety Cr; part of tract sold by Francis Bremar to Elizabeth Cooper" and in 1805 sold 217 ac on "main" Thickety Cr on May 20, 1797. Elizabeth Wilder bought land from Francis Bremar (Charleston, SC) in Thickety for 10s and 'consideration of David assisting in finding and searching for the best beds of ore on the survey made on Thickety Cr for Daniel Bourdeaux, David Hopkins, John Vanderhorst, and Francis Bremar as by an agreement given David by Francis sell to Elizabeth Cooper, widow of David, 365 ac; border: NE & NW-Obadiah Trimmier, NE-Mackley and other sides by survey for Daniel Bourdeaux, David Hopkins, John Vanderhorst, and Francis Bremar; Daniel Bourdeaux, David Hopkins, John Vanderhorst, and Francis Bremar reserve all iron ore, wood, or water for carrying on an Iron works for themselves;plat attached shows two adjoining tracts of 217 ac and 148 ac. Witness Vardry McBee and Wm Henderson. Signed F Bemar (at Pacolate). Wit. oath Aug 30, 1797 Vardry McBee to H McCray. Rec. Oct 13, 1797' on May 20, 1797 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The 1800 Federal Census enumerated her as head of household in 1800 Spartanburg, South Carolina; with one slave. She to John Arnold Jr (Spartanburg) for $150 sold 148 ac on waters of Thickety Cr; part of tract sold by Francis Bemar to Elizabeth Cooper; border: Obadiah Trimmier. Witness John Arendell sr and John Amos. Signed Elizabeth Cooper's mark. Wit. oath Jan 6, 1800 John Arendell Sr to H McCray. Rec. Jul 26, 1800 on Jan 6, 1800. She widow of David Cooper desc. to Daniel Amos (Spartanburgh); for $300 sold 217 ac on "main" Thickety Cr of Broad R: border: NE & NW-Champion, NE-Abm Markley, and others by survey for Daniel Burdeaux and Co; where Elizabeth Cooper lives. Witness William Amos and Sarah Amos. Signed Elizabeth Cooper's mark. Wit. oath Jul 6, 1805 William Amos to A Camp. Rec. Nov 11, 1805 in 1805 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Family

David (Progenitor) Cooper b. 1725, d. before Apr 1, 1796
Children

William Cooper

M, (1744 - after Aug 8, 1808)
FatherDavid (Progenitor) Cooper b. 1725, d. before Apr 1, 1796
MotherElizabeth Wilder b. 1726, d. after 1805
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     William Cooper was born in 1744 at South Carolina; possibly in Nash, NC. He married Lydia Clark. William Cooper married Frances (?); had 7 children. William Cooper died after Aug 8, 1808 at Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Family 2

Frances (?) b. 1752
Children

Rehab Cooper

F, (1748 - 1853)
FatherDavid (Progenitor) Cooper b. 1725, d. before Apr 1, 1796
MotherElizabeth Wilder b. 1726, d. after 1805
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Rehab Cooper was born in 1748 at Edgecombe, Nash County, North Carolina. She was born in 1748 at Wake County, North Carolina. She married Godfrey Fowler Sr., son of Joseph Fowler and Nancy Tucker, in 1765. Rehab Cooper died in 1853 at Hardeman County, Tennessee, in home of (her son) David Fowler.

Family

Godfrey Fowler Sr. b. 1746, d. Dec 2, 1796
Children

Godfrey Fowler Sr.

M, (1746 - Dec 2, 1796)
FatherJoseph Fowler
MotherNancy Tucker
     Godfrey Fowler Sr. was born in 1746 at Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. He married Rehab Cooper, daughter of David (Progenitor) Cooper and Elizabeth Wilder, in 1765. Godfrey Fowler Sr. died on Dec 2, 1796 at Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina.

Family

Rehab Cooper b. 1748, d. 1853
Children

Marcum Cooper

M, (1750 - 1811)
FatherDavid (Progenitor) Cooper b. 1725, d. before Apr 1, 1796
MotherElizabeth Wilder b. 1726, d. after 1805
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Marcum Cooper was born in 1750 at Edgecombe, Nash County, North Carolina; From: Timothy Rackley [mailto:trackley@triad.rr.com]
Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2009 1:53 PM
To: ajcooper@cybergal.com
Subject: RE: Malachi Cooper

Anita,

To my knowledge you are right about David’s wife being Elizabeth. Mary has to be in error.

Yes, Marcum purchased his first tract of land 22 October 1764, therefore he was born before the commonly accepted year of 1750. The deed is recorded in Edgecombe Deed Book C, page 305 with his named as Marcom Cooper. Tim Rackley. He married Sarah Juliette "Sally" Randolph circa 1767 at Edgecombe County, North Carolina. Marcum Cooper died in 1811 at Nash County, North Carolina.
     He was an ancestor of a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution Mary Frances Fewel Thompson (DAR # 372469 A-865)
Proof on DAR application lists: Will of David Cooper, dated 17 Mar 1792, proved April 1796 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Will Abstracts 1787-1840, Holcomb, p 90; Spartanburg County/District, South Carolina, Deed Abstracts, Books A-T, Pruitt, p 304 (deed signed by Elizabeth, 7-6-1805; Abstracts of Early Deeds of Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1772-1788, V2, p 54. He left a will bequeathed $200 to Vinson; $300 to Hardy; $100 to David; $300 and negro girl Ginny to Rhoda; 400 acres purchased from Brinkley Gandy and negro boy Ben to John; negro boy Eseex to Mary; land purchased from Sanuel Smith to George; rest of land and land I lend to wife Sarah Cooper to William (Billy); also $20 to Elizabeth Tucker (no relationship stated.) He served during Revolutionary War served as a Grand Juror and a Petit Juror for Nash County, North Carolina, between April 1778 and October 1784 (Nash County, North Carolina, Court Minutes, Volume I, 1778-1785, Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, pp 7, 14, 19, 20, 90)
DAR Ancestor # A201580. Early Tax List 1782 Nash County, North Carolina. The 1790 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1790 Nash County, North Carolina; is listed as head of household of 3 males over 16 (including hoh), 3 males under 16, 4 females, 0 other free persons, 4 slaves, total 14.

Family

Sarah Juliette "Sally" Randolph b. 1754, d. before Nov 1, 1831
Children

Charity Cooper

F, (1751 - )
FatherDavid (Progenitor) Cooper b. 1725, d. before Apr 1, 1796
MotherElizabeth Wilder b. 1726, d. after 1805
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Charity Cooper married (?) Wilmuth. Charity Cooper was born in 1751.

Family

(?) Wilmuth

Sion Cooper

M, (1760 - Mar 6, 1831)
FatherDavid (Progenitor) Cooper b. 1725, d. before Apr 1, 1796
MotherElizabeth Wilder b. 1726, d. after 1805
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Sion Cooper was born in 1760. He married Mary Brantley in 1777 at Virginia. Sion Cooper died on Mar 6, 1831 at Pickens County, South Carolina.
     He served during Revolutionary War.

Family

Mary Brantley b. 1760, d. Feb 8, 1852
Children

Mary Brantley

F, (1760 - Feb 8, 1852)
     Mary Brantley was born in 1760 at Virginia. She married Sion Cooper, son of David (Progenitor) Cooper and Elizabeth Wilder, in 1777 at Virginia. Mary Brantley died on Feb 8, 1852 at Pickens County, South Carolina.

Family

Sion Cooper b. 1760, d. Mar 6, 1831
Children