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Sketches of John Purley Cooper and wife Ethel Mae Bethea : with notes on their ancestry, descendants, some kindred and random recollections

by John Purley Cooper
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Ruxton, Maryland : J.P. Cooper, c1989
v, 184 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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John Purley Cooper, Sr. (1881-1963) was a son of Noah Bryant Cooper and Lucinda Jenerette of Mullins, South Carolina. He married Ethel Mae Bethea (1884-1947), a daughter of Dr. John Franklin and Hannah Jane Bethea of Dillon, SC in 1908. They were the parents of five children. Family members are descended from John Cooper (an Englishman from Dorsetshire), who came to Virginia in the early 1700's and his son Ezekiel (1761-1828) of Cool Spring, Kingston (later Horry) County, SC. Several generations of descendants are given.

Includes Bethea, McLeod, Langlois, Jenerette, Flack, Thompson and other related families.

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