Last name: Cooper
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I don't really know much of my family history but i do know my great great grandfather was a Cooper but he came over here from Ireland married a Scottish woman but somehow ended up in the east midlands! I think its amazing that the Cooper name has such an incredibly diverse history!
who love their last name cooper!!!!! i do
I am related to James Fenmore Cooper. The man who wrote "last of the Mohicans"....anyone else?
About the Anglo-Saxon origin of the name Cooper, no doubt! I'm from the Saxon speaking part of the Netherlands, and we have people here with the surname "Koeper" which is pronounced "Cooper". In our dialect "Koep" or "Kuup" means a barrel. Barrel-maker was a very common profession from the roman period until as late as the mid 20th century. So it's not surprising this surname's rather common, just like other surnames deriving from common professions.
pauline ann nee cooper
I am the only daughter of the late ronald eric cooper died 1950 i have 2 brothers david and philip cooper we live in sheffield south yorkshire
My g-g-g- grandmother is Anna or Anne Cooper born approx.1812 and died 1890 in Johnstown, Cambria County PA She married Samuel Benson, he built the Somerset County Courthouse approx 1857. They had 5 children Can't find any family connections, does anyone know of her ?? Thanks
its always good to know where your come from and the meaning
I traced my Cooper heritage back to my gggggg grandfather David Cooper 1724-1760 his son Joseph Cooper 1760-1843 fought in the New Jersey Militia during the Revolutionary War. I believe David's father's name was William I'm not sure when he arrived in America if anyone has any information my email address is email@example.com
Stephen d. Cooper Jr.
Grandson of Eugene Cooper and his wife Roberta. Freedom pa.