All GPR entries for the surname, maiden and family name COOPER

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1701Jack Cooper 1995 relationship not given of Theodore CooperOld MunicipalWick
Caithness
Scotland
1702Jack Cooper1912197462St EdmundAssington
Suffolk
England
1703Jack Alfred Cooper1927200073St Michael and St Mary MagdaleneEasthampstead
Berkshire
England
1704Jack Andrew Cooper1917200588husband of Sylvia Mary CooperSt GeorgeSaham Toney
Norfolk
England
1705Jack Peter Cooper 1992 St OswaldEast Harsley
Yorkshire
England
1706Jacob Bradley Cooper1786186074St AugustineHarleston
Suffolk
England
1707James Cooper191519161son of John CooperQueensferry MunicipalSouth Queensferry
West Lothian
Scotland
1708James Cooper father of Sarah Emily Plumer CooperSt JamesCallow End
Worcestershire
England
1709James Cooper1870191141Queensferry MunicipalSouth Queensferry
West Lothian
Scotland
1710James Cooper1829189263St Mary the VirginCockfield
Durham
England
1711James Cooper1724178662St AndrewHasketon
Suffolk
England
1712James Cooper1903197673Queensferry MunicipalSouth Queensferry
West Lothian
Scotland
1713James Cooper1863193673Durham Road H1Stockton-on-Tees
Durham
England
1714James Cooper1862193977Section GCleethorpes
Lincolnshire
England
1715James Cooper1809183728St MichaelRushmere
Suffolk
England
1716James Cooper1776184064St MaryPainswick
Gloucestershire
England
1717James Cooper relationship not given of Martha CooperSt DeiniolHawarden
Flintshire
Wales
1718James Cooper1830189868St HybaldScawby
Lincolnshire
England
1719James Cooper1843192178St NicholasBradwell
Norfolk
England
1720James Cooper1728181789St Peter and St PaulCromer
Norfolk
England
1721James Cooper father of George CooperSt Peter and St PaulCromer
Norfolk
England
1722James Cooper1802184240All SaintsUpper Sheringham
Norfolk
England
1723James Cooper1849188031All SaintsUpper Sheringham
Norfolk
England
1724James Cooper1842187028grand son of Cavine DawsonSt John and St Cuthbert (joint)Edinburgh
Lothian
Scotland
1725James Cooper1775185479husband of Ann CooperSt MaryScarborough
Yorkshire
England
1726James Cooper1798186062St MaryBurgh St Peter
Norfolk
England
1727James Cooper relationship not given of William CooperSt DeiniolHawarden
Flintshire
Wales
1728James Cooper1933199562husband of Dorothy CooperSt NicholasSnitterby
Lincolnshire
England
1729James Cooper1860193777relationship not given of Ann HarrisHoly TrinityIlfracombe
Devon
England
1730James Cooper husband of Mary Ann CooperSt JamesCallow End
Worcestershire
England
1731James Cooper husband of Mary CooperSt StephenGuide Bridge
Lancashire
England
1732James Cooper relationship not given of Mary Ann CooperSt JamesCallow End
Worcestershire
England
1733James Cooper1874192248St AndrewBurnt Yates
Yorkshire
England
1734James Cooper1826188862MunicipalYeadon
Yorkshire
England
1735James Cooper St MaryHartfield
Sussex
England
1736James Cooper1867194477St Mary the VirginLindsell
Essex
England
1737James Cooper BayStronsay
Orkney
Scotland
1738James Cooper1885195974Scartho Road (145-147 152-154)Grimsby
Lincolnshire
England
1739James Cooper1813190592husband of Eliza CooperSt Peter and St PaulLingfield
Surrey
England
1740James Cooper1810186959Campbells Hill (Anglican)Maitland
New South Wales
Australia
1741James Cooper1861192968son of Susanna CooperDean 2iEdinburgh
Lothian
Scotland
1742James Cooper 1801 St Michael and All AngelsLedbury
Herefordshire
England
1743James Cooper1868195284husband of Clara CooperSt Edmund King and MartyrSutton St Edmund
Lincolnshire
England
1744James Cooper1834189561Holy CrossGilling East
Yorkshire
England
1745James Cooper husband of Emma Jane CooperSt MaryEast Bradenham
Norfolk
England
1746James Cooper father of Catherine RiggsSt Peter and St PaulAldeburgh
Suffolk
England
1747James Cooper1758183173husband of Ann CooperSt GeorgeShimpling
Norfolk
England
1748James Cooper1857192467St CuthbertMarley Hill
Durham
England
1749James Cooper1843191370husband of Temperance CooperB3 MunicipalLinthorpe
Yorkshire
England
1750James Cooper1807187265husband of Emm CooperSt Peter and St PaulAldeburgh
Suffolk
England
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1751James Cooper son of Phillis CooperSt MildredTenterden
Kent
England
1752James Cooper1804189793relationship not known of Thomas Hazlewood MakehamSt JohnSaxmundham
Suffolk
England
1753James Cooper husband of Mary Anne CooperSt PeterPowick
Worcestershire
England
1754James Cooper1807186962All SaintsBotley
Hampshire
England
1755James Cooper husband of Harriet CooperMunicipalBarrow upon Humber
Lincolnshire
England
1756James Cooper1902196765St MaryFarnham
Suffolk
England
1757James Cooper1826188559Lady Kirk PierowallWestray
Orkney
Scotland
1758James Cooper1856193680St John the BaptistReedham
Norfolk
England
1759James Cooper1862190341MethodistHopton
Suffolk
England
1760James Cooper1786185973St Mary the VirginWhitby
Yorkshire
England
1761James Cooper husband of Martha CooperSt GilesCropwell Bishop
Nottinghamshire
England
1762James Cooper husband of Hannah CooperSt Mary the VirginHuntingfield
Suffolk
England
1763James Cooper father of Charles CooperSt Mary the VirginHuntingfield
Suffolk
England
1764James Cooper relationship not given of Hannah CooperSt Mary the VirginHuntingfield
Suffolk
England
1765James Cooper husband of Mary Ann CooperAll SaintsBesthorpe
Norfolk
England
1766James Cooper1899198283husband of Barbara W CooperBurness KirkyardSanday
Orkney Islands
Scotland
1767James Cooper1845192277St PeterWymondham
Leicestershire
England
1768James A Y Cooper1846186519son of John CooperTemplars Kirkyard PeterculterMaryculter
Grampian
Scotland
1769James A Y Cooper1846186519son of John CooperMunicipalMaryculter
Aberdeen
Scotland
1770James Alexander Cooper1869193768Municipal (Methodist section)East Maitland
New South Wales
Australia
1771James Alfred Cooper1939199556St LeonardMalinslee
Shropshire
England
1772James B Cooper1832187442Holy TrinityBlythburgh
Suffolk
England
1773James David Cooper 1936 BayStronsay
Orkney
Scotland
1774James Donald Cooper1917199881GeneralNarooma
New South Wales
Australia
1775James Edward Cooper 1899 GrangetownSunderland
Durham
England
1776James Edward Cooper1911198473Roman Catholic SectionRaymond Terrace
New South Wales
Australia
1777James Frederick Cooper1907199689London Road (section L)Thetford
Norfolk
England
1778James Grinling Cooper father of Emma CooperHoly TrinityBlythburgh
Suffolk
England
1779James Grinling Cooper1799185960Holy TrinityBlythburgh
Suffolk
England
1780James Grinling Cooper father of Agnes CooperHoly TrinityBlythburgh
Suffolk
England
1781James Henry Cooper War MemorialAshton-under-Lyne
Lancashire
England
1782James Henry Cooper1846192983relationship not given of Mary Jane CooperTuenaTuena
New South Wales
Australia
1783James Henry Cooper1924199268relationship not given of Johanna CooperLongcross (part 2)Dartmouth
Devon
England
1784James John Cooper189118943relationship not given of William CooperSt DeiniolHawarden
Flintshire
Wales
1785James Mervyn Cooper1931196635St PeterPriorslee
Shropshire
England
1786James Norman Cooper1859193273Section ECleethorpes
Lincolnshire
England
1787James Robert Cooper 1897 husband of Emma CooperSt AndrewGatton
Surrey
England
1788James S Cooper 1954 husband of Margaret A CooperBayStronsay
Orkney
Scotland
1789James William Cooper 1967 father of James David CooperBayStronsay
Orkney
Scotland
1790James Wilson Cooper1872195886St Mary the VirginWheatley
Oxfordshire
England
1791Jan Michelle Cooper196319663MunicipalGayndah
Queensland
Australia
1792Jane Cooper1822189977wife of John Edward CooperBrookland (part 2)Sale
Cheshire
England
1793Jane Cooper1840192484wife of John CooperSt JamesCallow End
Worcestershire
England
1794Jane Cooper1836191882wife of James BinnieDean 2dEdinburgh
Lothian
Scotland
1795Jane Cooper184618493daughter of John CooperAll SaintsKirk Deighton
Yorkshire
England
1796Jane Cooper wife of James CooperDurham Road H1Stockton-on-Tees
Durham
England
1797Jane Cooper mother of George CooperSt John the BaptistHunsingore
Yorkshire
England
1798Jane Cooper nee Burgess1868194173daughter of Sarah BurgessSt MaryActon
Cheshire
England
1799Jane Cooper relationship not given of John CooperAll SaintsKirk Deighton
Yorkshire
England
1800Jane Cooper1834190975St GeorgeTelford
Shropshire
England

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The above results include all the surnames, maiden names and family names for the name COOPER that are held within the GPR database.

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This page contains a list of all the entries for the surname, maiden and family name COOPER that are held within the Gravestone Photographic Resource online database. It is quite likely that there are also entries available for alternative spellings of this name. It is very easy for you to check to see if there are any alternative spellings: you just need to look at the page that shows all the names listed under the starting letter (C in this case) of the surname you are interested in.

The COOPER name may also be found within either maiden or family names stored within the GPR.

If you click on a particular name or GPR reference number below you will see details of what information is held for that particular grave monument. If there is an image available then you will be able to order a free copy of it.

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You should treat the calculated dates of birth with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate. The dates and ages on many monuments are also often hard to read. It is therefore important to use the dates as guides as they may be incorrect.

The same person may appear many times in the above list. This is because a person can easily be listed on many different monuments. For instance, a person could be listed on their own grave as well as on the gravestone monuments of their children and their spouse. Occasionally names will be duplicated because the monument has in error been photographed and indexed twice.

Where a relationship is shown as unknown, this usually means that parts of the monument are illegible and relationship cannot be read.

Where no relationship is given this means that this is normally the first name on the monument. All the relationships on any particular monument relate to this first named individual.


All comment /feedback /help requests within the Gravestone Photographic Resource for the name COOPER

Thank you

Thank you!
entry submitted by Michelle Myers on: 27/01/2019 05:01 GMT ........ contact this person

Thank you

Speedy response to my request. Thank you. Great resource
entry submitted by SPT on: 29/12/2018 04:55 GMT ........ contact this person

Great resource

Thank you Charles for the work that you do with this website. I have made many interesting discoveries for my family tree and it is wonderful to find out the final resting places of my relations
entry submitted by Lynne Barrett on: 31/10/2018 06:51 GMT ........ contact this person

Fabulous Help

Thank you so much for the lovely photograph of my Great Grand Uncle Alfred Cooper's Grave.
entry submitted by Marion Mull on: 09/09/2018 04:16 GMT ........ contact this person

Harriot Cooper

Dear Charles, thank you for your prompt response to my photo request. Unfortunately it did not produce the link I was looking for, but may prove useful. Being in London it is not easy to get to rural Norfolk by public transport, in order to view graves.
entry submitted by robert watts on: 08/08/2018 09:43 GMT ........ contact this person

Excellent resource - ANTHONY COOPER

Thank you so much for the gravestone photo of my great, great, great grandfather. It has helped my family history research and your website is a tremendous resource.
entry submitted by Jennifer Stephenson on: 27/04/2018 12:44 GMT ........ contact this person

Wonderful generosity

Many thanks for this prompt and excellent service.
entry submitted by Sue R on: 30/08/2017 01:46 GMT ........ contact this person

Fantastic quality photograph!

This really helped read the detail of the inscriptions - thank you so much! Your kindness appreciated.
entry submitted by SMT on: 30/07/2017 04:50 GMT ........ contact this person

Trimley St. Mary - Churchyard update review

Many thanks Charles for enabling the use of such a valuable resource - it is much appreciated, in particular as I am updating some historic information / helping with enquiries regarding the churchyards of St. Martin's, & St. Mary's - Trimley, Suffolk Kind regards Andrew King - Churchwarden
entry submitted by Andrew King on: 16/05/2017 07:23 GMT ........ contact this person

Thomas Cooper and Annie Cooper nee Robinson

Thank you for the photograph of their grave, I have added it to their appropriate records on my database.
entry submitted by Karen on: 07/04/2017 04:32 GMT ........ contact this person

Thank you!

Thank you Charles for your almost immediate response. And.. the quality of the photo was excellent. This service is greatly appreciated.
entry submitted by B Smalley on: 09/02/2017 07:49 GMT ........ contact this person

Thank you

Very much appreciate the very rapid responce to my request for a photo of the grave of William Stanley Cooper. Another branch added to the tree.
entry submitted by Julia on: 09/01/2017 10:45 GMT ........ contact this person

Information on Cooper and Nooth families, Kew, Surrey.

I want to express my very real gratitude to the individuals and organisation involved in making this resource available. Your information and images add a rich extra dimension to family research. Many, many thanks.
entry submitted by N.J.Cooper on: 09/01/2017 08:52 GMT ........ contact this person

Thank You

Thank you for a quick response and a very professional website
entry submitted by Lindsay on: 22/07/2016 05:46 GMT ........ contact this person

I was pleased to have a new website to search for headstones

I was pleased to have a new website to search for headstones. Plus the response was quick and helpful. THANKS!
entry submitted by Gayle on: 30/06/2016 11:30 GMT ........ contact this person

Cooper Family

Thank you, once again, Charles for such a swift response - fantastic as usual.
entry submitted by JH on: 14/10/2013 05:19 GMT ........ contact this person

COOPER/NEWMAN/SIMMONS/HOLLAND

Thanks for allowing quick access to several requested images. No one knows how long digital images will survive but having visited many cemeteries where monumental inscriptions have long since eroded away to leave blank headstones, it is vital that more and more photographs are taken to record the inscriptions now and show the current condition of headstones for future generations, especially as cemeteries fill up and controversially local authority councils in the U.K. are drawing up plans for plots to be reused.
entry submitted by Martin Kane on: 13/10/2013 10:46 GMT ........ contact this person

Extra information about the grave, and its whereabouts.

Thank you so much for your help the photograph is wonderful.not on the epitaph is that my grand mother was interred also, which is a shame, So i have my grand parents and great grand parent in the one grave, which my mother couldn't find on a recent visit and wondered if you had any idea where too? kind regards Jenny.
entry submitted by Jennifer Roper on: 01/04/2013 10:52 GMT ........ contact this person

Excellent Service

Charles, thank you once again for supplying the photographs requested. As so many have already said I would not be able to do this myself and therefore I am very grateful.
entry submitted by J Higgins on: 06/02/2013 07:20 GMT ........ contact this person

Thank You

Really appreciate the prompt attention to my request and it was very helpful in filling in gaps in my family tree.
entry submitted by Sally-Ann Golding on: 18/05/2011 06:58 GMT ........ contact this person

cooper of Blythburgh

Thank you very much for sending me the images in my quest for a relic of "The James and Eleanor". This is an excellent service!
entry submitted by Valerie Glass on: 07/01/2011 10:06 GMT ........ contact this person

Thank you

Thank you very much for your prompt response to my request for an image of my 4xggrandparents gravestone. It is greatly appreciated and its lead to bringing down a few "brickwalls" in my tree.
entry submitted by Ann Wetton on: 17/07/2010 12:38 GMT ........ contact this person

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