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The Coopers of Coopers Hill Family Tree

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Note: this is not a complete family tree for this Cooper line, it just covers the period that my Bowles of Ballickmoyler were the Cooper's tenants
 
Thomas Cooper (lived Newtown, co. Carlow) (from family's naming patterns, father was probably a William)
He also had a brother who lived in Wexford who had a son John Cooper ('cousin' John Cooper mentioned in William Cooper's will of 1713)
 
1.  William Cooper d. Nov. 7, 1713 (lived Ballintrane, co. Carlow and in co. Kildare at time of his death)
(his Will proven Dec. 9, 1713 mentions his cousin Tom Wattson; the Will overseers were John Lackey of Staplestown and Samuel Wattson of Killconner)  ref.  Text of Will
 
2.  Edward Cooper (inherited father's Carlow property) b. Newtown, co. Carlow
m. Ann Inglefield (dau. of John Inglefield of Dublin) May 26, 1697
They lived at his father's property in Newtown when all but last child were born.  In 1713 when daughter Anne was born they were living at Shragh in Queen's county (near present day Ballickmoyler) which they later renamed Cooper's Hill.
2.1  Thomas Cooper b. Jan. 22, 1699 d. Feb. 16, 1699
2.2  Elizabeth Cooper b. Aug. 1, 1700 d. Mar. 12, 1702
2.3  Sarah Cooper b. Sept. 25, 1702
m. Abel Strettell of Dublin
Sarah d. Aug. 9, 1719
2.4  Thomas Cooper b. Sept. 29, 1703 d. July 17, 1711
2.5  Edward Cooper b. Apr. 3, 1705
2.6  John Cooper b. Aug. 6, 1706
2.7  William Cooper b. Aug. 7, 1709 (inherited father's Carlow and Queen's county property)
m. Experience Strettell (dau. of Abel Strettell of Dublin, merchant) Jan. 31, 1730
(after William’s death she moved to Dublin with her daughter Sarah in 1761 and attended Women’s Meetings there; d. 1773 Dublin; her Will dated 1769)
2.7.1  Edward Cooper b. May 1, 1733 Sragh, Queen's co.  (inherited)
m. Sarah Clibborn (dau. of Robert Clibborn of Whylam Grove, co. Kildare) May 23, 1754
(Sarah with son William and daughter Anne moved to Dublin by 1782, their certificate to the Dublin Meeting stated that ‘some of us have had near sympathy with the mother’; Sarah, son William and daughter Anne returned to Carlow Meeting in 1787, William had not regularly attended Meetings; Edward Cooper was granting leases as ‘of Coopershill’ in 1790 but William Cooper was by 1793)
2.7.1.1  Anne Cooper b. Oct. 14, 1755; d. unmarried 1834
2.7.1.2  William Cooper b. Feb. 7, 1757 (inherited)
m. Susan Cope (b. ~ 1762, dau. of William Cope of Dublin) Apr. 28, 1789
(this was possibly a second marriage as referenced in ‘Deaths. In Drogheda Street, the wife of Mr. William Cooper’ (Dublin Evening Post 22 Feb 1783) although that may be a different William Cooper)
2.7.1.2.1  Sarah (Sally) Cooper b. ~ 1791
Sally d. Dec. 23, 1823 bur. Castletown, co. Laois
2.7.1.2.2  Elizabeth Cooper b. ~ 1793
m. Joseph Fishbourne 1825
Bessie d. May 21, 1876 bur. Castletown, co. Laois
2.7.1.2.3  Susan Cooper b. 1794 d. Mar. 21, 1875 bur. Castletown, co. Laois
2.7.1.2.4  William Cope Cooper b. 1795 (inherited)
d. unm. Nov. 6, 1874 bur. Castletown, co. Laois
2.7.1.2.5  Anne Cooper b. 1798 d. unm. 1893
2.7.1.2.6  Edward Cooper b. 1800 d. unm. Dec. 1826 bur. Castletown, co. Laois
2.7.1.2.7  Robert Cooper b. Aug. 15, 1802 (Rev'd.; inherited from his brother)
m. Isabella Alicia Maria Le Hunte (dau. of William Augustus Le Hunte)
2.7.1.2.7.1  William Augustus Cooper b. Oct. 24, 1839 (inherited)
2.7.1.2.7.2  Edward George Cooper b. 1842 d. unm. March 1879
2.7.1.2.7.3  Robert Thomas Cooper b. 1845
m. Mary Beatrice Byng (dau. of General Byng)
2.7.1.2.7.3.1  Robert Montague Cooper
2.7.1.2.7.3.2  Edith Cooper
2.7.1.2.7.3.3  Gladys Cooper
2.7.1.2.7.4  Susan Cooper
2.7.1.2.7.5  Charles Hamlet Cooper b. 1854
The Rev'd. Robert Cooper d. 1879  memorial plaque
2.7.1.2.8  Henry Cooper b. 1809 (Col. in the 45th "Sherwood" Foresters)
m. Jane Boughton 1843
2.7.1.2.8.1  Henry Cooper b. 1845
2.7.1.2.8.2  Barbara Bessie Cooper d. Feb. 21, 1897
Henry Cooper d. 1878
2.7.1.2.9  Charlotte Cooper m. Rev. R. Hamilton d. 1882
2.7.1.2.10 Alicia d. unm. 1894
2.7.1.2.11 Maria Theresa Cooper d. unm. Mar. 14, 1897
William Cooper d. June 30, 1830 bur. Castletown, co. Laois
Susan Cope Cooper d. June 1826  bur. Castletown, co. Laois
Family Memorial at Castletown Church, co. Laois
2.7.1.3  Edward Cooper b. Mar. 13, 1767
(he was apprenticed to non-Friends John and Thomas Cooper of Birmingham in 1783 during which time the Birmingham Meeting expressed concern that he had started to neglect their meetings by the time he returned to Carlow in 1788)
Edward Cooper d. Feb. 17, 1797
2.7.2  Abel Cooper b. Oct. 17, 1734 d. bef. 1760 (not mentioned in father's Will)
2.7.3  Thomas Cooper b. Jan. 3, 1736 (lived Coopers Hill and Mullaghmast Castle, co. Kildare)
(he was in disunity with Friends in 1761 when he advised the Carlow meeting that he would attend the Established Church)
2.7.3.1  Juliana Cooper b. ~ 1771;
m.  Sir Richard Cavendish, 2nd Lord Waterpark
(b. July 13, 1765; Sir Henry, Sarah Bradshaw) Aug. 6, 1789
2.7.3.1.1  Henry Manners Cavendish, 3rd Lord Waterpark b. Nov. 8, 1793
2.7.3.1.2  Richard Cavendish of Thornton Hall b. Mar. 18, 1794
2.7.3.1.3  George John Cavendish, Vice Admiral, R.N. b. 1796
2.7.3.1.4  Augustus Cavendish, Rev.
2.7.3.1.5  Thomas Cavendish, Vicar of Doveridge
2.7.3.1.6  Sarah Georgiana Cavendish m. Sir George Richard Philips, Bart.
2.7.3.1.7  Juliana Cavendish m. Frederick Farmer Taylor of Chyknell House
2.7.3.1.8  Catherine Cavendish m. Thomas Musgrave, Archbishop of York
2.7.3.1.9  Frederick Cavendish, Capt. b. ~ 1800
2.7.3.1.10 Anne Emma b. ~ 1791
Sir Richard d. June 1, 1830
Juliana d. Oct. 11, 1847
2.7.4  Lydia Cooper b. April 3, 1731 Sragh, Queen's county (now Coopershill, co. Laois)
m. Joshua Clibborn (Robert Clibborn of Whylam Grove, co. Kildare)
2.7.5  Anne Cooper b. June 29, 1738
m. John Barclay (b. Sept. 17, 1723, Dublin; John, Anne Strettell) Mar. 13, 1761
2.7.5.1  Anne Barclay b. ~ 1763 bp. Apr, 20, 1769 (living in 1767)
2.7.5.2  Wilhelmina Barclay
2.7.5.3  John Barclay
2.7.5.4  Lucy Barclay
2.7.5.5  Elizabeth Barclay
John d. Oct. 18, 1768
2.7.6  Sarah Cooper b. July 14, 1739
(she moved to Dublin with her mother in 1761; her certificate was signed by a Sarah Cooper, probably her sister-in-law, but not by her brother Edward)
m. Barclay Clibborn (James, Experience Barclay) of Moate Castle, co. Westmeath
2.7.6.1  Ann Clibborn b. 1772, d. 2 I 1776, bur. 5 I 1776 Dublin
Barclay d. 3 I 1789
William Cooper d. Dec. 28, 1760 Sragh, Queen's co., Will dated Dec. 6, 1760
bur. Jan. 1, 1761 Friend's Burying Ground, New Garden, co. Carlow
Experience d. May 16, 1773 Sragh, Queen's co., Will dated Sept. 18, 1769, proved June 8, 1773,
bur. May 19, 1773 Friend's Burying Ground, New Garden, co. Carlow
Quaker Meeting record of the above family
 
2.8  Anne Cooper b. Sept. 7, 1713
m. John Penrose (son of William Penrose of Waterford, Margaret) Aug. 12, 1733
2.8.1  Cooper Penrose m. Elizabeth Dennis (John, Sarah Newenham of Cork)
2.8.2  William Penrose
2.8.3  Anne Penrose m. Richard Pike of Cork
 
Edward Cooper's Will dated Oct. 29, 1739 left his land to his youngest son
 
3.  Ann Cooper
 
4.  Mary Cooper
m. Joseph Butler
Mary d. by 1713
 
Thomas Cooper d. June 23, 1714, bur. New Garden, co. Carlow
 
 

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