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Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges

M, (Nov 10, 1822 - Dec 4, 1904)
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
Daniel Hodges, per Kim Overton
     Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges was born on Nov 10, 1822 at Alabama; July, 1860 census has him as 36 yrs old. 1900 census, daughter Alice says father born in Florida; birth date from funeral notice. He married Mary Wheelace. Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges married Francis Caroline Wofford, daughter of John (4) Wofford and Mary "Polly" Smith, in 1866. Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges died on Dec 4, 1904 at Weesatche, Goliad County, Texas, at age 82 died of cerebral hemorhage and old age; Beck Funeral Home, Three Rivers, TX and was buried at Wofford Ranch Family Cemetery, DeWitt County. His estate was probated on Apr 10, 1905 at Goliad, Goliad County, Texas, inventory listed as: one horse, three cows with calves, $40.900; Other personal property, $50.00; The homestead place of 53 acres with improvements, $500.00.
     The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Nov 30, 1850 Woolsey, Escambia County, Florida; Hodges, Daniel, age 28, born Alabama; with Saul Hodges, age 23, born Alabama; Hugh Overstreet, 21, born Alabama; John Gully, 29, born Alabama; and Rich Hartsfield, 21, born North Carolina. D. W. Hodges paid poll tax of $.75, no land or personal property 1854 Goliad County, Texas. He was affiliated June 9, 1854 with the Murchison Masonic Lodge No. 80, dimitted Oct 22, 1855; signed a petition in 1856 as a Master Mason, along with 15 others including J. H. Hodges, to form a new lodge between 1854 and 1856 at Halletsville, Lavaca County, Texas. He was affiliated with the Alamita Masonic Lodge No. 200; offices served were Junior Deacon in 1857-58, Senior Deacon in 1860 and Treasurer in 1866 between 1856 and 1866 at Helena, Karnes County, Texas. Had personal property of 5 horses, 170 cattle and miscellaneous property totaling $1,420 between 1859 and 1860 Karnes County, Texas. The 1860 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jul 23, 1860 Karnes County, Texas; Hodges, Daniel, head, 36/m, farmer, personal estate value 3800, born Alabama. He was appointed as Sheriff on Nov 16, 1861, elected April 1862; re-elected Aug 1, 1864 and served until Sept 1, 1865. During his tenure in office he was known to be honest and a fearless lawman. However, by 1864 he was anxious to "git back to his farm." at Karnes County, Texas. He was on the Goliad County tax records in 1866, owned 17 horses and 200 head cattle valued at $200 and $1200. He served as Justice of the Peace in 1866 for Goliad County, Texas. The 1870 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jul 25, 1870 Goliad County, Texas. Hoges, Daniel, head, 45m/w/, farmer, born Alabama, personal estate value 2,120, Francis, 29, James, 3, Alice, 11, Elizabeth, 9. He sent beef up the trail with Bennett and Choate Traildrivers as he had so many times before. He was affiliated in 1873 with Middleton Masonic Lodge No. 391 in Weesatche. He served as C M in 1873, Secretary in 1874-75, and as a Tiler from 1875-1894 between 1873 and 1894 at Weesatche. The 1880 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jun 10, 1880 Goliad, Goliad County, Texas; Hodges, Daniel, head, 56, born Alabama, parents born Georgia, Francis, 41, Elizbeth, 18, Jas P., 12, F. Orbery, 9, Mary, 3, Martha, 4, Katie, 6/12. He purchased 53 acres from J. L. M. Barnett and his wife A. J. (her mark) Barnett, for $400.
Daniel bought this property back from J. L. M. Barnett & wife on April 19, 1904. This is recorded in Goliad County Court House Land Records, Volume 33, page 148-149.
Frances Hodges sold this property to C.C. Luedicke on Dec 31, 1906, Vol 343, page 477-478 on Feb 13, 1882 at Goliad, Texas. He was affiliated with the Goliad Masonic Lodge No. 94 from Nov 3, 1894 until his death.

-Deborah Cozart Kirsch has talked to people at Goliad Lodge #914 and received Widow's Certificate at Texas. The 1900 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jun 11, 1900 Weesatche, Goliad County, Texas; Hodges, Daniel, head, w/m/Nov 1822/77/m 34 years, born Alabama, father born South Carolina, mother born Georgia, Francis C., wife, w/f/Nov 1840, 57, 7 children, 5 living, born Texas, father born Mississippi, mother born Tennessee, Sam Cozart, son-in-law, w/m/???, 1880, 17, married 3/12, born Arkansas, father and mother born Mississippi, Mattie Cozart, daughter, w/f/Oct 1876, no children, born Texas, Alfred E. Barnett, son-in-law, w/m/Nov 1876, 23, married 2 years, born Texas, father born Arkansas, mother born Texas, Katherine Barnett, daughter, w/f/Dec 1877, 20, married 2 years, born Texas, John D. Barnett, grandson, w/m/Apr 1898, 1, born Texas. He left a will on Oct 31, 1902 at Goliad County, Texas; bequeath to his wife, Francis C. Hodges, all of estate during her life time, being able to sell property. Any property remaining at the death of his wife, one-half of said property shall go to his two daughers, Mrs. Alice Rice and Mrs. Elizabeth Young, of DeWitt County in equal shares. He name on cornerstone of Goliad County Courthouse in 1906 at Goliad, Goliad County.

Family 1

Mary Wheelace b. 1842
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Family 2

Francis Caroline Wofford b. Nov 20, 1840, d. Jan 23, 1934
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Mary Wheelace

F, (1842 - )
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Mary Wheelace was born in 1842 at Illinois. She married Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges. Mary Hodges died at Karnes County, Texas.
     She and Francis Caroline Wofford were good friends according to granddaughter, Bonnie Hodges Bannowsky.

Family

Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
Children

Nancy Elizabeth Hodges

F, (Dec 14, 1861 - May 10, 1925)
FatherDaniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
MotherMary Wheelace b. 1842
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Nancy Elizabeth Hodges was born on Dec 14, 1861 at Helena, Karnes County, Texas. She married Alfred Chesney. Nancy Elizabeth Hodges married J M Young. Nancy Elizabeth Hodges died on May 10, 1925 at Chatfield, Navarro County, at age 63 informant J. G (?) or T (?) Young, reported his/ her mother's maiden name as Wheelace. Nancy Elizabeth died of asthma, undertaker O. J. MCCanto and was buried.

Family 1

Alfred Chesney b. May 2, 1859, d. Aug 7, 1883
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Family 2

J M Young

Francis Caroline Wofford

F, (Nov 20, 1840 - Jan 23, 1934)
FatherJohn (4) Wofford b. Mar 2, 1801
MotherMary "Polly" Smith b. circa 1800
     Francis Caroline Wofford was born on Nov 20, 1840 at Jasper County, Texas. She married Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges in 1866. Francis Caroline Hodges died on Jan 23, 1934 at Three Rivers, Live Oak County, at age 93 [living with her daughter, Mary Neal, when she died of senility; informant Mrs Mattie Cozart, daughter] and was buried at Weesatche Cemetery, Goliad County; Beck Funeral Home, Three Rivers, TX. -Carolyn Burnett on findagrave.com says she is buried at Kirsch Family Ranch, Moore, Frio County, Texas. Deborah Cozart Kirsch home. Francis is not buried there.
     She sold 53 acres for $660.00 on Sep 22, 1906 at Goliad, Goliad County, Texas. She and Mary Hodges were good friends according to granddaughter, Bonnie Hodges Bannowsky.

Family

Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
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James Pinkney Hodges

M, (Jun 3, 1867 - Mar 12, 1932)
FatherDaniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
MotherFrancis Caroline Wofford b. Nov 20, 1840, d. Jan 23, 1934
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
James Pinkney Hodges
     James Pinkney Hodges married Pearl O'Harrow. James Pinkney Hodges was born on Jun 3, 1867 at Weesatche, Goliad County, Texas. He married Talitha Nora Rice, daughter of Thomas Richard Rice and Martha Ann Alexander, on Dec 13, 1889 at Stratton, DeWitt County, Texas. James Pinkney Hodges died on Mar 12, 1932 at Junction, Kimble County, Texas, at age 64.
     He resided at Schleicher County, Texas; per letter from Bonnie Hodges Bannowsky. He ancestor is Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, a member of the South Carolina Assembly and was a signer of the U. S. Constitution, commander in the Revolution, an aide to George Washington, wounded in the battle of Charleston, taken prisoner by the British. Pinckney rose to the rank of Brigadier General. In 1796, he was sent as minister to France; in 1800 he was the Federalist Party vice-presidential candidate; presidential candidate in 1804 and 1808; died in 1825 in South Carolina. The 1900 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jun 11, 1900 Precinct No. 5, Jackson County, Texas; J. P. head, T. N., Daniel, Lola Ann, Charles A., Bessie G., Alpha B.

Family 1

Pearl O'Harrow

Family 2

Talitha Nora Rice b. May 1, 1872, d. Jan 18, 1904
Children

Felix Orbra Hodges

M, (Sep 14, 1870 - Apr 20, 1920)
FatherDaniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
MotherFrancis Caroline Wofford b. Nov 20, 1840, d. Jan 23, 1934
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anita Jean Cooper
     Felix Orbra Hodges was born on Sep 14, 1870. He married Mary Ida Hagan. Felix Orbra Hodges died on Apr 20, 1920 at Beeville at age 49 [died of tuberculosis; informant Frances Hodges, mother]. He was buried at Beeville, Texas.
     The 1910 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1910 Houston, Harris County, Texas; Felix O. Hodges, m 39y. The 1920 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1920 Bee County, Texas; F. O. Hodges, m, 49y; Ary (Ida), f, 35y; Ervin, m, 15y; Ruby, f, 13y; Lucille, f, 6y; Francis, f, 79y. He was farmer.

Family

Mary Ida Hagan
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Mary E. "Tillie" Hodges

F, (May 8, 1873 - Oct 31, 1946)
FatherDaniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
MotherFrancis Caroline Wofford b. Nov 20, 1840, d. Jan 23, 1934
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
Mary E. "Tillie" (Hodges) Neal
     Mary E. "Tillie" Hodges was born on May 8, 1873 at Weesatche, Goliad County, Texas. She married William Neal. Mary E. "Tillie" Hodges married (?) Terry. Mary E. "Tillie" Terry died on Oct 31, 1946 at Three Rivers, Live Oak County, at age 73 [widowed, died of breast cancer; informant C. H. Terry] and was buried at Three Rivers Cemetery.

Family 1

William Neal

Family 2

(?) Terry

Martha "Mattie" Hodges

F, (Oct 20, 1876 - May 5, 1965)
FatherDaniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
MotherFrancis Caroline Wofford b. Nov 20, 1840, d. Jan 23, 1934
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
Martha Hodges Cozart
     Martha "Mattie" Hodges was born on Oct 20, 1876 at Goliad, Goliad County, Texas. She married Simeon "Sam" Cozart on Feb 22, 1900. Martha "Mattie" Cozart died on May 5, 1965 at Lubbock, Texas, at age 88. She was buried at FM Rd 884 East, Goliad County.

Family

Simeon "Sam" Cozart b. 1880
Children

Katherine Hodges

F, (Oct 1, 1879 - )
FatherDaniel (Progenitor) Hodges b. Nov 10, 1822, d. Dec 4, 1904
MotherFrancis Caroline Wofford b. Nov 20, 1840, d. Jan 23, 1934
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Anita Jean Cooper
     Katherine Hodges was born on Oct 1, 1879 at Weesatche, Goliad County, Texas. She married Alfred Gordon Barnett in 1898. Katherine Hodges was buried at Goliad County.

Family

Alfred Gordon Barnett
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Pearl O'Harrow

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     Pearl O'Harrow married James Pinkney Hodges, son of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Francis Caroline Wofford.

Family

James Pinkney Hodges b. Jun 3, 1867, d. Mar 12, 1932

Mary Ida Hagan

F
     Mary Ida Hagan married Felix Orbra Hodges, son of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Francis Caroline Wofford.

Family

Felix Orbra Hodges b. Sep 14, 1870, d. Apr 20, 1920
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William Neal

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     William Neal married Mary E. "Tillie" Hodges, daughter of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Francis Caroline Wofford.

Family

Mary E. "Tillie" Hodges b. May 8, 1873, d. Oct 31, 1946

Simeon "Sam" Cozart

M, (1880 - )
Simeon R. Cozart
     Simeon "Sam" Cozart was born in 1880. He married Martha "Mattie" Hodges, daughter of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Francis Caroline Wofford, on Feb 22, 1900.

Family

Martha "Mattie" Hodges b. Oct 20, 1876, d. May 5, 1965
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Alfred Gordon Barnett

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     Alfred Gordon Barnett married Katherine Hodges, daughter of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Francis Caroline Wofford, in 1898.

Family

Katherine Hodges b. Oct 1, 1879
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J M Young

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     J M Young married Nancy Elizabeth Hodges, daughter of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Mary Wheelace.

Family

Nancy Elizabeth Hodges b. Dec 14, 1861, d. May 10, 1925

Alfred Chesney

M, (May 2, 1859 - Aug 7, 1883)
     Alfred Chesney was born on May 2, 1859. He married Nancy Elizabeth Hodges, daughter of Daniel (Progenitor) Hodges and Mary Wheelace. Alfred Chesney died on Aug 7, 1883 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Weesatche, Goliad County, Texas, at age 24 Row 6, no. 2.

Family

Nancy Elizabeth Hodges b. Dec 14, 1861, d. May 10, 1925
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Truman Courtney

M, (1816 - between Aug 30, 1850 and Sep 5, 1851)
FatherJohn Courtney b. May 19, 1787, d. May 1, 1860
MotherRoxana Blinn b. 1788
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     Truman Courtney was born in 1816 at New York. He married Amanda Garey, daughter of Seymour Garey and Sarah "Sally " Carney, circa 1838 at Cortland County, New York. Truman Courtney died between Aug 30, 1850 and Sep 5, 1851 at Texas (Amanda married John Rustin on Sept 5, 1851.)
     The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Aug 30, 1850 Willett, Cortland County, New York; was enumerated on the U S Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 as in agriculture. The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Aug 30, 1850 Willett, Cortland County, New York; Courtney, Truman, head, 34/m, farmer, real estate value 800, born New York, Amanda, 31/f, born Pennsylvania, Adaline, 11/f, born New York, Charles, 9/m, born New York, Seamore, 7/m, born New York, Emaline, 5/f, born New York, William, 4/m, born New York, Orvis, 2/m, born New York, Harriette, 7/12/f, born New York.

Family

Amanda Garey b. between 1819 and 1821, d. after 1880
Children

Amanda Garey

F, (between 1819 and 1821 - after 1880)
FatherSeymour Garey b. Mar 16, 1792, d. 1874
MotherSarah "Sally " Carney b. 1800, d. Apr 6, 1825
Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Amanda Garey was born between 1819 and 1821 at Windham Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. She married Truman Courtney, son of John Courtney and Roxana Blinn, circa 1838 at Cortland County, New York. Amanda Garey married John Mac Ruston on Sep 10, 1851 at DeWitt County, Texas. Amanda Ruston died after 1880.
     John Ruston married Elizabeth and had three children, first born in 1874. In 1900, John Ruston was living with William Rice and family. (1880 census: John Rustin with wife Elizabeth and three children born 1874, 1876 and 1880; 1900 census: John Ruston living with William Rice and family) at DeWitt County, Texas. Tax assessment on Miscellaneous Property value $155 1873 Gonzales County. The 1880 Federal Census enumerated her as in the household of J H Bingham and family on Jun 1, 1880 Kerrville, Kerr County, listed as married and living with J. H. and Agnes Bingham and their 3 sons, Richard S 5, William F 3, and John H 1.
"In the Nov 3, 1877, issue of The Frontiersman, ad read: Liquid Refreshments - The Old Stand Saloon - the best for liquors, wines, beer and cigars always on hand. In Connection with the bar room there is a room suitable for parties desiring to transact private business - J. H. Bingham" from the book KERR COUNTY TEXAS 1856 1856, by Bob Bennett.

Family 1

Truman Courtney b. 1816, d. between Aug 30, 1850 and Sep 5, 1851
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Family 2

John Mac Ruston b. Aug 14, 1818, d. Jun 23, 1908
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John Mac Ruston

M, (Aug 14, 1818 - Jun 23, 1908)
     John Mac Ruston was born on Aug 14, 1818 at North Carolina; 1860 census says born 1823; 1900 census says 1817. He married Minerva M. Selkridge (Silcriggs), daughter of Joseph Newman and Rachel Rabb, on Oct 3, 1848 at DeWitt County, Texas. John Mac Ruston married Amanda Garey, daughter of Seymour Garey and Sarah "Sally " Carney, on Sep 10, 1851 at DeWitt County, Texas. John Mac Ruston married Mrs. Elizabeth A Davis on Feb 4, 1875 at Caldwell, Burleson, Texas; to Mrs. E. A. Davis. John Mac Ruston died on Jun 23, 1908 at DeWitt County, Texas, at age 89. He was buried at Alexander Cemetery. OBITUARY: (Yoakum Weekly Hearld) June 25,1908, Vol.12, No.44
John M.Suston (should be listed John M. Ruston):
An aged Man Died; Lacked one month and twenty-one days of being ninety years of age.
On Tuesday night at the home of Mr and Mrs. Wm Rice, which is within three miles of this city. Mr. John M. Suston [Ruston] died from Brights Disease.
This gentleman liked just one month and twenty-one days of having lived one score and ten years longer than the allotted life. Mr. Suston would have been had he lived to see the 14th of August, 90 years of age, and almost every year of that age, until recently, has been full of vigor and health.
Mr. Suston leaves three sons, Andy Suston residing near Austin, George Suston, residing near Wharton and John Suston who when last heard was in Florida. Of these three only George Suston will be in attendance upon the funeral.
Mr. Suston moved to Texas from Alabama in the good year 1836 and located in DeWitt County. From there he fought in the Mexican War, and then the Civil War and fought Indians for the fun of the thing. He has been engaged in almost every hard Indian fight to take place in this part of the state. His war records have all been clear and clean ones, and his readiness to fight for his home and country was never disputed.
Mr. Suston first located in DeWitt County. After which he moved to Bastrop County and then later on back here. He has been married three times, each of his wives, being died some years ago. Mr. Suston has been a constant user of chewing tobacco since a boy and used it until his very death. He drank some whiskey, occasionally drinking to excess but very seldom. The latter years of the old gentleman have been spend in the home of his step-grandson, Mr. Wm. Rice, at whose home the old gentleman breathed his last. The funeral took place today when his remains were buried at the Alexander Cemetery.
     He moved from Alabama to Texas in 1836. Rachel Newman Rabb (Minerva's mother) was granted guardianship of Minerva's children, Elizabeth Ann, Serena and Andrew. In 1856, John Ruston petitioned the court for guardianship of Andrew and it was granted. Andrew was 6 years old in 1851. He petitioned the court for guardianship of Andrew and it was granted. in 1856. The 1860 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Aug 6, 1860 DeWitt County, Texas; , farmer,37, b. Tennessee. The 1870 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Aug 1, 1870 Clinton, DeWitt County; Precinct 5, John M., 49, wagoner, born Tennessee. The 1880 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jun 1, 1880 DeWitt County, Texas; Precinct 15, John M. 58, born Tennessee.

Family 1

Minerva M. Newman b. 1814, d. Jun, 1850
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Family 2

Amanda Garey b. between 1819 and 1821, d. after 1880
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Family 3

Mrs. Elizabeth A Davis d. before 1900
Children

Frank Arthur Newman

M, (May 22, 1956 - Apr 1, 1981)
FatherVernon Harper Newman b. Mar 11, 1924, d. Aug 30, 1987
MotherMolly Armstrong b. Jan 27, 1924
Relationship4th cousin of Anita Jean Cooper
     Frank Arthur Newman was born on May 22, 1956. He died on Apr 1, 1981 at Luling, Texas, at age 24.
     He was in the Corps of Engineers.

Margaret Beth Wooden

F, (Feb 26, 1937 - Oct 20, 2016)
     Margaret Beth Wooden was born on Feb 26, 1937. She died on Oct 20, 2016 at Houston at age 79. Margaret Beth (Wooden) Cooper, born 26 February 1937, went to be with her Lord and Savior 20 October 2016. She was a loving wife, mom, and grandmom, a natural leader and public speaker, with a life filled with service to others.
Beth Cooper served the justice system as the first armed female in history selected to protect the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States (and sometimes the President) where she served as Police Officer/Special Deputy Federal Marshal ’75-’83. She also served on several juries, usually as foreman.
Her professional service also included: Traveling to many nations as Senior Manager of International Training with the American Heart Association Dallas TX after serving in their Regional Office Baltimore MD; Director of Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training with the National Institutes of Health Bethesda MD; Docent of Moody Mansion Galveston TX; Receptionist with YMCA League City TX.
Beth Cooper served as volunteer leader in many civic organizations including: Most recently as Board Member/Secretary/Director of Camp Wild with Galveston Bay Area Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists; Adult leader with: Cub Scouts Clearlake TX, Girl Scouts Bowie MD and Baton Rouge LA, Director of Bowiefests for City of Bowie MD, Director of large Girl Scout Camps in Prince George County MD and Baton Rouge LA.
Beth Cooper’s fine arts included: Music Coach and Contralto with regional champion Sweet Adelines chorus and lead with their quartet Elkridge MD; Contralto with Sweet Adelines choruses and lead with their quartet Bowie MD and Baton Rouge LA; Actress with Burn Brae Dinner Theatre Burtonsville MD .
Her education included: Graduate of Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Glynco GA, Completed 2 ½ years of Prince Georges Community College MD, Graduate of Milby High ’55 Houston TX.
She enjoyed: her many pets, Wildlife Rehab, sailing, hang gliding, sky diving, scuba diving, and traveling and living with her family during her husband’s engineering assignments of the United Nations in Israel and of the United States government in Spain and in 26 towns in 9 of the United States: AZ, KS, LA, MD, MS, OR, TX, VA, WA .
From birth to marriage in ‘56, she was with her late parents, Marion and Maude (Clopton) Wooden and with Magnolia Christian Church Houston TX.
Beth Cooper is survived by husband Norman Lee Cooper; daughter Dawn, her husband Robin Tarpley and their sons Tanner and Reid and Tanner’s wife Anna; daughter Holly Cooper, her husband Denton Wood and their son Dylan; daughter Heather, her husband Rob Callaway and their sons Ryan and Sean; and Beth’s brother Don Wooden and his daughters Terry and Brenda, Brenda’s sons Ian and Erin and Don’s son Doug and Doug’s wife and her children.
Beth Cooper is greatly missed by family, friends, and associates across this nation and around the world.
Please email your RSVP to rei@satx.rr.com so we can send you time and location of the Beth Cooper Memorial Service in Galveston County TX Saturday 3 December 2016 to honor her life.