William Cooper1,2

#629, b. 8 August 1856, d. 3 February 1920
Father*Archie Cooper3

Family: Sarah Christina Davis b. 18 Jan 1862, d. 11 Nov 1930

Census and Residence

Cens190022 June 1900, Marion, MI, USA4
Cens191011 May 1910, Marion Rd. W., Marion, MI, USA1
Cens192029 January 1920, Marion, MI, USA5
William and Sarah Cooper

Narrative

     William Cooper was born on 8 August 1856 at Ohio, United States of America.1,5,4,6,3 He was also reported to have been born on 8 August 1857 at Ohio.2 He married Sarah Christina Davis, daughter of Theodore Davis, circa 1878.1,5,4,2 He was a farmer on 10 July 1880 at Marion Township, Michigan, United States of America.6 He was a farmer on 22 June 1900 at Marion, MI, USA.4 He was a farmer on 11 May 1910 at Marion, MI, USA.1 He was a farmer on 29 January 1920 at Marion, MI, USA.5 He died on 3 February 1920 at Marion, MI, USA, at age 63.3,2 He was buried on 6 February 1920 at Greenwood Cemetery, Marion Township, Michigan, United States of America.3
Last Edited=28 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S60] 11 May 1910 U.S. Census, Provo, Utah, United States of America, population schedule, Marion Township, ED 196, SD 11, sheet 21A, dwelling 339, family 340.
  2. [S66] Phyllis Lee (Hoekwater), "Family of Mark and Lena Lee", p6.
  3. [S64] William Cooper, Death Certificate, William Cooper.
  4. [S62] 22 Jun 1900 United States Census, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, population schedule, Marion Township, Osceola County, Michigan, ED 151, SD 11, sheet 11, dwelling 226, family 235.
  5. [S61] 29 Jan 1920 United States Census, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, population schedule, Marion, Osceola County, Michigan, ED 292, SD 10, sheet 15B, dwelling 387, family 351.
  6. [S63] George A Cooper, Birth Register item 1 p 321 rn 34, Marion, Osceola, Michigan, Department (18 May 1881).
 

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