THE COOPER (Tipperary) (CHADWICK) FAMILY
Issue Date: 14/8/2010
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Transcript from Burkes Irish Family Records.
With additions (for which I am grateful!) supplied by Richard Austin Cooper:
Butterhill and Beyond: Illustrated History of the Cooper Family of Byfleet, Killenure Castle, Co. Tipperary, and Abbeville House, Co. Dublin.
and by Mary Cooper[i] who distilled her line from the above.
Lineage The known records of this family (see Genealogical Notes on the (Austin) Cooper Family in Ireland 1660-1960, by Richard A. Cooper, FRSAI, in The Irish Genealogist) begin with Samuel Cooper at the end of this paper.
Arms-Sa, a chevron wavy erm between three lions rampant or.
Crest-On a chapeau gu turned up erm a bull passant ppr collared' and hoofed or. Motto: Love, serve.
Seat Killenure Castle, Dundrum, co Tipperary; Abbeville, co Dublin; Drumnigh House, co Dublin; Ballinard House, Emly, co Tipperary.
with Southern Nat Bus Co, Yeovil, late RAF (Starlight,
Charlton Adam, Somerton, Somerset),
b 17 Jan 1935, m 3 Oct 1959, Audrey May Grace, eldest dau of Felix Jubilee Bennett, of Charlton Marshall, Blandford, Dorset,
and has issue,
1/1. Trevor Cooper-Chadwick, b 2 Nov 1960, educ Elmhurst Grm Sch,
and Crispin Comp School, Street.
1/2. Linda Cooper-Chadwick, b 15 March 1963.
1/3. Wendy Cooper-Chadwick, b 12 April 1969.
Elder Son of William Cooper – 1772
of Killenure Castle, co Tipperary, JP, sometime commn'd 2nd (Queen's) Regt, b 21 April 1800, m. March 1829, Louise Salisbury, dau of Col Richard Long, of Longfield, co Tipperary, by his wife Charity More, and d 9 Jan 1861, leaving issue,
[ii]CHARITY MOORE is my Gt-Gt-Gt-Gt-Grandmother. She was born in 1760 at Barne Park, Clonmel, Tipperary, the 5th surviving daughter of Richard Moore (d 1771), of Barne, Clonmel, Tipperary, by his wife Henrietta Taylor (d 1783), daughter of Sir Thomas Taylor, 2nd Baronet, of Headfort, Kells, Meath, Ireland, by his wife, Sarah Graham of Platten Hall, Drogheda, Meath. On March 8th, 1790, at the Dublin residence of her uncle, Sir Thomas Taylor, the 1st Earl of Bective, Charity Moore married COLONEL RICHARD HUTCHINSON LONG [younger son of Edward Long, of Lacken & Cahir Abbey, Tipperary, by his wife, Elizabeth Mauzee] (b 1740, Lacken, Ardfinnan, Tipperary; d July 4, 1814, at Longfield House), of Longfield House, Ardmayle, Cashel, Tipperary; & they had issue: Richard Long II, b ca 1791-95, d 1860, m. Ellen Maher; 2. Edward Thomas Long, b 1799, d 1875, m. 1822, Mary Crozier Clarke (daur of Rev Marshal Clarke of Abbey, Tipperary); 3. Harriet Long, b 1792, d 1889, m. 1821, Capt James Denis O'Kelly (son of Count John James O'Kelly of Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France; 4. Charity Maria Long, b 1796, d 1874, m. 1821, William Jacob Pennefather of Lakefield, Fethard, Tipperary; 5. Caroline Anna Long, b 1797, d 1875, m. 1823, Samuel Phillips of Gaile, Holycross, Tipperary; & 6. Louisa Salisbury Long, b 1800, d 1892, m. 1829, Samuel Cooper of Killenure Castle, Tipperary. I am descended from the 2nd son, Edward Thomas Long.
Richard Long & Charity Moore were married March 8, 1790, in the Dublin residence of Charity's maternal uncle, Sir Thomas Taylour [or Taylor], 1st Earl of Bective (1724-1795), who married Jane Rowley in 1754
The Taylor connection appears under Hercules Langford Rowley & Elizabeth Ormsby Upton.
1/1. Samuel Cooper, of Killenure Castle, co Tipperary, JP,
sometime 44th Regt, served in Eastern Expdn 1854, b 1829; dunm 21 July 1877.
Emly, co Tipperary, assumed addl
surname and arms of Chadwick
By R Sign Manual 15 Jan 1855, b 15 Dec 1831, educ R Sch, Armagh, m. 1st 6 Feb 1855, Katherine (d 12 Dec 1855), eldest dau of William Chadwick, of Ballinard, co Tipperary (see that family, 1912 Edn), and had issue,
2/1. William, of Ballinard House, Emly, co Tipperary, Col in
the Army, b. 14 Nov 1855, educ R
Sch Armagh, m. Anna (d 24 Nov 1895) dau of John Langley, of Knockanure, Co Tipperary,
and had issue,
3/1. Frances Violet, m. 10 July 1910, as his 1st wife,
Allen Baker, MRCVS, of Lismacue, Co Tipperary, and d 10 June 1922, leaving issue (see that family). He d 19 Dec 1969.
3/2. a dau.
Mr R. A. Cooper-Chadwick m. 2ndly
Aug 1863, Charlotte Sophia (d 6 Oct 1912), only dau of John Bourchier, BA, JP,
of Baggotstown, Co Limerick (see that family, 1958 Edn), and d 19 Jan 1892,
having by her had issue, his mother's family were, amongst others, the Wilkinsons,
well researched by others.
2/2. John Cooper-Chadwick, of Ballinard House, Co Tipperary,
served with Sir Charles Warren's
Expdn in S Africa 1878-81, with Bechuanaland Border Police 1885, and with
Rhode's Pioneers in Mashonaland 1888, author of "Three Years with
Lobengula" (which he wrote with a pen tied to his elbow joints as a result
of losing his forearms in a shooting accident), b 13 May 1864, in 17 Oct 1896,
Wilhelmina (Ina) (d 20 Feb 1929), 2nd dau of Samuel Heuston, JP, of
Barrowstown, Co Tipperary, and d 5 June 1948, leaving issue,
3/1. John Lionel Cooper-Chadwick, of Broad Acres, Charlton
Adam, Somerset, 2nd Lieut
unattached 1917, Lieut IA 1918, served on Afghan Frontier 1919, and in World
War II (wounded), b 16 Feb 1899, educ R Sch Armagh, m. 8 Aug 1931, Beatrix (d
12 April 1965), yst dau of Capt William Robert Penrose, of Seaville, Tramore,
Co Waterford, and d 2 May 1968, leaving issue,
4/1. Robert John Cooper-Chadwick, of whom we treat.
3/2. Samuel Victor Cooper-Chadwick, b 1 Nov 1902, m. 10
March 1931, Eileen Mann, and has
4/1. Stephanie Ina Mary Cooper-Chadwick, b 14 March 1941.
2/3. Richard Austin Cooper-Chadwick,
b 23 Dec 1866; d 6/9/1934.
2/4. Austin Samuel Cooper-Chadwick, b 25 May 1871,
m. 30 March 1910, Florence Banks, dau of Joseph Harris, of Richmond, Surrey, and d 6 Sept 1934.
2/5. Kate Louise Cooper-Chadwick, dunm. 1 March 1947
2/6. Elizabeth Sarah Cooper-Chadwick, dunm 16 Aug 1956.
2/7. Charlotte Sophia Cooper-Chadwick, dunm. 6 Feb 1959.
2/8. Frances Anna Cooper-Chadwick, m. 12 April 1898, Sutherland Matterson, eldest son of Joseph Matterson, of Castle Troy, Co Limerick, and d 19 April 1942.
2/9. Ada Mary Cooper-Chadwick, m. 2l July 1908, Major Ambrose Grattan Power, R Munster Fus of Glencairn Abbey, Lismore, only son of Ambrose William Bushe Power, DL, JP, of Barrettstown, co Tipperary, and d 16 Nov 1967, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, Power, Bt of Kilfane) He d 7 Dec 1926.
GG Grandfather of Charlotte Sophie Bourchier:
(From the internet)
1. Thomas Wilkinson, b. 1720 in Corballis, Meath, (son of James Wilkinson and Mary Magdalen Myre) occupation Minister of Religion. He married Marguerit Susanne Maret de la Rive, married c 1745 in Dublin, b. 2 Oct 1726 in Dublin, (daughter of John Maret de la Rive and Anne Collot D'Escury) d. 1809. Thomas died 29 April 1831.
2/1. Anne Magdalene Wilkinson, b. 1747 in Castle Comer.
She married Roger Garraway. Anne died 16Dec. 1818 in Birmingham, England.
2/2. (Sir) Henry Wilkinson b.
2/3. William Cumberland Wilkinson, b. 1752 in Corballis, Meath.
He married (1) Sarah Donaldson, married 31 Dec. 1781 to Belfast, Antrim., b. c 1767 in County Down, (daughter of
Hugh Donaldson) d. 24 Jun 1798. He married (2) Eliza Netterville, married 1799 in Cruisebath, Meath. William died 6 Jan.1802.
G/grandfather of Charlotte Sophia Bourchier
2/4. John Wilkinson, b. 1754 in Madras, India.
He married Anne Carleton, married c 1780 in New York. John died in In India.
1/3. William Cooper, m and d in Australia, leaving issue.
1/4. Edward Cooper, Capt Mercantile Marine, d at sea.
1/5. Austin Samuel, of Killenure Castle, Co Tipperary ,DL, JP
High Sheriff 1893, Lieut RNR,
Capt Mercantile Marine, Master of S.S. Carlisle Castle, b 1835, m. 1st Sept
1868, Anne Wilhelmina (d Nov 1870), dau of Very Rev Ogle William Moore, Dean of
Clogher and formerly of Cashel, and had issue,
Rebecca Moore[iii], 22/6/2008
Charleville, Queensland, Australia
I have just come across your website while undertaking some of my own family tree research. I was searching using ‘George Ogle Moore’ and came across this section of your site;
I believe the Rev Ogle William Moore you mentioned, may be one of the sons of George Ogle Moore. Another son, John emigrated to Australia and is my g/g/great grandfather. George himself was MP for Dublin 1826-1831. He married Elizabeth Armstrong. Does this sound like your Rev Ogle Moore?
2/1. Austin Samuel Cooper, of Killenure Castle, Co Tipperary,
JP, served in S African War with
22nd Cheshire Regt, joined 3rd Bn Cheshire Regr 1905, served as Major in World
War I, 8 Nov 1870, educ Charterhouse, m. 16 Jan 1907, Evelyn Ethel (d 16 June
1974), eldest dau of John Leahy, of South Hill Killarney, and Pasadena,
California, USA, and d 4 Oct 1926:
3/1. Austin Francis Cooper, of Killenure Castle, co Tipperary
(sold to Irish Land Commn 1963),
served in World War II with 4th KOR Regt (Lancaster), Cav Regt Transjordan
Frontier Force, 9th Army, Provost Branch 8th Army, Actg Supt Agric to HM Govt
of Cyprus 1944, Capt 1945, Chm of Cashel Branch and Vice-Chm of Tipperary
Branch, Brit Legion Ireland (S) Area, author of "Eritrean Livestock
Survey", b 20 Jan 1909, educ Shrewsbury, m. 1st 5 Aug 1937, Isabel Gloria
(d 22 Aug 1939), only dau of Col. Jose Manuel Delgado, of Cuba and New York,
and had issue,
4/1. Anthony Austin Cooper (Coachman's Cottage, Stanwell, Staines,
Middx), b 20 May 1938, educ St
Columba's, m. 24 Aug 1970, Patricia Melanie, only dau of Alan Robert Jones,
MRCVS, of Lengraigne, Prior Park Road, Clonmel, Co Tipperary, by his wife
(Aileen) Dorothy, only dau of Freeman Crofts Wills Gason (see that family), and
5/1. David Austin Cooper, b 16 May 1971.
5/2. Richard Anthony Cooper, b 28 April 1972.
4/2. Deirdre Isabel Cooper, b 20 May 1938 (twin with her brother),
m. 17 Oct 1962, Revell Nott de
Valda (727 Remuera Road, Auckland 5, NZ), son of Frederick F. de Valda, of
Bournemouth, and has issue,
5/1. Peter Revell de Valda, b 22 July 1966.
5/2. Wendy Ruth de Valda, b 15 May 1964.
Capt A. F. Cooper m 2ndly 9 June 1949, Violet Jessica (Atlantic House, Myrtleville, Crosshaven, co Cork), eldest dau of Thomas William Priestley, of Clonmel, co Tipperary, and Mallow, co Cork, and d 2 April 1972.
3/2. Astley John, AFC (1943), 22nd Cheshire Regt 1930, served in World
War II with Glider Pilot Regt, 1st Airborne Divn, b 25 Sept 1911, educ Nautical Coll. Pangbourne, and RMC Sandhurst, ka at Catania, Sicily 14 July 1943.
3/3. Doreen Eleanora Anna Cooper, served in World War II as Subaltern
ATS, b 4 Nov 1908, m 1st 1 Sept
1926 (m diss by div 1940), Simon Francis Low, of Kilahane, co Tipperary, only
son of Francis Simon Low, DL, of Kilahane, co Tipperary (see that family, 1912
Edn), and has issue,
4/1. Francis Anthony Low, Mgr Purnell Pubg Co, Johannesburg,
S Africa, b 20 April 1931, educ Bradfield, m. Roseanna Mary Stevens, and has issue, two sons and one dau.
4/2. Sheila Anne Low, b 1 July 1927, m 1948, Edward Parkinson (RR2,
The Coldstream, Vernon, BC, Canada), and has issue, one son and three daus. Mrs Low m. 2ndly 21 Aug 1942, Lt-Col Cyril Harrison-Cooper, MC, Northumberland Fus. (25 Beam-leigh Mansions, Stellenberg Avenue, Kenilworth, Cape Town, S Africa). Capt A. S. Cooper m. 2ndly l4 Aug 1878, Emma Harriet (d 19 Nov 1941), 2nd dau of Major-Gen William Armstrong, 22nd Cheshire Regt, and d 7 June 1897.
1/6. Astley Cooper, Cmdr RN, b 31 July 1843; dunm 1872.
1/7. Charity Cooper, b 1830, m 1854, John Battersby, of Bobsville, co Meath.
1/8. Maria Louise Cooper, b 1837, m. 12 Sept 1866, Edward Rotheram,
of Sallymount, co Weatmeath, and d 26 Aug 1919, leaving issue (see that family). He d 4 June 1909.
of Killenure Castle, co Tipperary, JP, b 19 July 1772, m. 27
April 1798, Rebecca (d 23 April 1859), dau of Rev Richard Chadwick, of
Perryville, co Tipperary, and d 9 April 1850, having had issue,
1/1. Samuel Cooper, of whom presently.
1/2. Austin Cooper, of Camas, Cashel, co Tipperary, b 1802,
educ Trin Coll. Dublin (BA 1824,
MA 1832), m. Jane Armstrong, and was murdered 5 April 1838, leaving issue,
2/1. Elizabeth Cooper, m. 2 Dec 1857, Col Alfred Wright,
and dsp 13 March 1902.
2/2. Rebecca Wilhelmina, m.
Sydney Darling, and dsp.
2/3. Margaret Cooper, b 1828, m. 3 July 1866, Col Daniel James Mansergh,
JP, of Grallagh Castle, Thurles, co Tipperary, elder son of Rev James Wentworth Mansergh, Rector of Kilmore (see that family), and d 9 Nov 1911. He d 27 April 1907.
2/4. Jane Cooper, m. her cousin, John Lane, son of Major Ambrose Lane,
by his wife Margaret, eldest dau of William Cooper, JP, of Killenure Castle (see below), and d 23 Nov 1924.
1/3. Margaret Cooper, m. Major Ambrose Lane, and had issue,
1/4. Anne Cooper, m. Rev Edward G. Carr, Incumbent of St Helen's, co Wexford,
and had issue, one son and two daus.
1/5. Rosetta Louise Cooper, m. 17 Jan 1845, Very Rev John Sisson Cooper,
Dean of Ferns, son of Jonathan Cooper of Barn Hall, co Kildare, and had issue (see above). He d 18 Feb 1898.
1/6. Margaret Cooper, dunm.
1/7. Elizabeth Cooper, d dunm.
1/8. Caroline Damer, dunm.
1/9. Eleanor Wilhelmina Cooper, m. Richard Ralph William Sadleir, JP,
of Sadleir's Wells, co Tipperary,
and had issue (see TRENCH). He d 1906. Ref Colin Salter, 16/10/2002:
2/1. Eleanor Wilhelmina Cooper, M Richard Ralph William Sadlier, JP
3/1. Eleanor Wilhelmina Sadlier M. William Henry Castle
4/1. Eleanor May Castle M. Frederick Gurney Salter, the Gurney
connection being the inventor of a
system of shorthand.
5/1. Charles Henry Salter M. Moira Scott Tough.6/1. Colin
Salter (b abt 1958) (a touring stage manager 10/2002 from Glasgow, living Cumbria)
1/10. Alicia Cooper, dunm.
1/11. Frances Cooper, m. 1835, Rev Alfred Thomas Armstrong,
of Ashton-on-Ribble, Lancs, Rector of Aston, Manchester, yst son of Rev William Carew Armstrong, of Mealiffe, co Tipperary, and had issue (see KEMMIS). He d 1887.
of Killenure Castle, co Tipperary, b 14 June 1750, educ Drogheda
Sch, m. 1st 1769, Frances, dau of David Butler, of Garranleagh, co Tipperary;
and 2ndly, Elizabeth Chadwick, and d 3 April 1831, having by her had issue,
1/1. William Cooper, of Killenure Castle, co Tipperary, JP,
b 19 July 1772, m. 27 April 1798, See above
of Killenure Castle, Dundrum, co Tipperary (purchased from Coppinger family, 1746), Dioc Registrar to Archbp Price at Cashel 1745-46, b 1721, m May 1747, Jane (d 9 Sept 1780), dau of Henry Wayland, of Kilmore House, co Tipperary, and d 15 Nov 1769, having had issue,
1/1. SAMUEL Cooper (1750), of whom presently.
1/2. John Cooper, b 14 Sept 1756; d 30 Aug 1759.
1/3. Austin Cooper, FSA (1830), MRIA, of Merrion Square, Dublin,
Abbeville House (purchased from
Rt Hon J.C. Beresford 1815) and Kinsaley, co Dublin, entd Treas Office, Dublin
1774, Paymr Pensions on Civil and Mil Estabs, Dep Constable Dublin Castle
1796-1830, sometime land agent, a devoted antiquarian, his sketches, notes and
diaries were published under title "An Eighteenth Century Antiquary
1759-1830" (1939), b 26 Feb 1759, educ Cashel, m 17 July 1786, Sarah
Mauvillieu (d 7 June 1830), 2nd dau of Timothy Turner, of 6 Clare Street,
Dublin, by his wife Catherine Sisson (sister of Hannah, who m John Cooper, of Barn
Hall - see above), and d as the result of a carriage a Accident 30 Aug 1830
(bur in family vault in ruins of St Nicholas's Church, Kinsaley, co Dublin),
2/1. William John, of Abbeville and Kinsaley, co Dublin, and of Merrion
Square, Dublin, Lieut Donegal Militia, b 25 Jan 1791, m 1st, - Foy; and 2ndly, - Twiney, and d 2 June 1861, having had issue, four sons.
2/2. John Turner Cooper, mem of Dublin Soc 1818, b20 Nov 1793,
educ Trin Coil Dublin (BA 1814), dunm 31 March 1860.
2/3. Samuel Cooper, of Merrion Square, Dublin, and Kinsaley, Co
Dublin, lived in Brussels until
1857, b 19 Jan 1802, m 1st, Lydia (dsp), dau of Laurence Clutterbuck, by his
wife Dorothea, 4th dau of William George Cooper, of Killenure Castle, Co
Tipperary (see below); and 2ndly, Frances Ann (nee Armstrong), widow of Dr
Thomas Arthure, and by her had issue,
3/1. Austin Cooper, of Kinasley, Rly Mgr at Roscommon,
b. 1825, m Mary (d. 1849), dau of
Anthony Irwin, of Cummeston, Co Westmeath, and d 11 July 1874, leaving issue.
4/1. Austin Irwin Cooper, b 1849, a 2nd Lieut. in the Royal City of
Dublin Infantry (inherited part of N. Kinsaley). d. 10 Apr 1891
Mr. Austin Cooper m 2ndly
Elizabeth Gibson, 1851, having by her had issue:
4/1. Henry Cooper, b. 12 April 1852 d. 1883.
4/2. Alexander Sisson Cooper, b. 1854, m 1875 Laura Jane Boyd
(daughter of William Boyd. of
Scotland), in Dublin and died in New York, 27 Mar, 1927 and had issue:
5/1. Laura Jane Cooper, b. 29 Jan 1876, N. Dublin,
m. Alexander Dawes of Ireland in New York 1908, having two sons.
5/2. Elizabeth Cooper, b. 4 Apr
5/3. Austin Sisson Cooper, b. 27 Apr 1879, Dublin.
5/4. John Carrick Cooper, b. 5 Nov 1886, Dublin,
m. 1916 Sophie Pina in New
York, d. 15 July 1969.Emigrated to US 1906.
6/1. Stanley Gibson Cooper
7/1. Mary Cooper, who supplied this information.
5/5. Edwin Irwin Cooper, b. 1888, m. Bertha Raiso and having
issue. 2ndly m. Edith Richter 13 Apr 1917, in New York, and d. 1935 in California.
5/6. Alexander Sisson Cooper, Jr., (Alec) b. 1890,
m. May Harvey in New York, no issue and d. 1933.
4/3. Arthur Lincoln Cooper, b. 20
4/4. Edwin Ashley Cooper, b. 22 Mar. 1860.
4/5. Samuel Cooper, b. 2 May 1861.
4/6. John Turner Cooper, b. 8 Oct. 1862.
4/7. Walter Ernest Cooper,
b. 13/8/1866 at Moate, co Westmeath
4/8. Ashley Joseph Cooper, b. 22
Aug. 1868 at Roscommon.
4/9. James Austin Cooper, b. 10 May 1870 and
d. 13 May 1872, Sligo.
4/10. Mary Elizabeth Cooper, b.
1854, d. 1885.
4/11. Elizabeth (Bessie) Cooper, b. 31 May 1857,
m. John David Pearson and d. Wittington, Manchester 1937.
4/12. Jane Mauvillian Cooper, b.
Oct. 9, 1864.
4/13. Marion Frances Cooper, b. 6 Nov. 1871.
4/14. Jenny Cooper.
Mr Samuel Cooper m. 3rdly,
Henrietta, dau of Capt Thomas Barnewall, Longford Militia, who claimed the
title of Viscount Kingsland (see BURKE'S Dormant and Extinct Peerages), and d
11 July 1874, having by her had issue,
3/2. William Samuel Cooper, of Peckham, chemical mfr, b 1833,
m Amelia Elizabeth Gill (d 10
April 1894), and d 31 March 1885, leaving issue,
4/1. William Samuel Cooper, b 1865.
4/2. Clementine Emily Cooper.
3/3. John Thomas Adolphus Cooper, of Constantinople,
Ch Telegraph Engr and Surveyor to
HIM Sultan Abdul Hamid of Turkey, responsible for irrigation of whole of Asia
Minor s of Konya, Imp Commr Roumelian Rlvs, with E India Telegraph Co, had
Turkish Order of the Medjidie. b 15 Jan 1836, m 8 Aug l864, Adelaide (d at
Smyrna), dau of Marius Lombardo, and d at Adrianople l4 Novl897, leaving issue,
4/1. Arthur Augustus Cooper, of Chios,
proprietor of citrus fruit
export business and Actg Brit Consul Messina, Sicily, b 3 July 1866, m 1st 25
Jan 1895 (m diss by div), Eugenie Eleonore Lacandella, and had issue,
5/l. Wilfred Jerome Delmaine (assumed surname in lieu of his
patronymic), estate agent, b 23 Feb 1897; d 15 March 1958.
5/2. Adolphus Richard Cooper, joined French Foreign
Legion at age of 15 (first
Legionnaire to win Croix de Guerre), served in French, Italian and British
Armies, served in World War II as Capt SOE (pow, escaped), Sr Civil Servant
with Brit Continental Telephone Exchange, lectr and broadcaster, author of
"The Man who Liked Hell, Adventures of a Secret Agent, Born to Fight,
March or Bust", and other works (Special Forces Club),b 28 Feb 1899, educ
Salesian Coll. Istanbul, Monkhams Coll. Lond, and Xaverian Coll. Brighton, m
1931, Doris Wallen, and has issue,
6/1. Richard Arthur AUSTIN-COOPER, hon LLD
Extracted from Debretts on line
served RA 1950-52 and TAVR in the RA, Intelligence Corps, 21 SAS Regt (Artists' Rifles), Essex ACF 1952-69 and the Hon Artillery Co 1978-79 (cmmnd 2 Lt TAVR 1968), OC ACF Canvey Island; with Barclays Bank 1948-60; head cashier: Bank of Baroda 1960-63, Lloyd's Bank 1963-69; dep head Stocks & Shares Dept Banque de Paris et des Pays Bas 1969-74, asst mangr Banking Div Brook St Bureau of Mayfair Ltd 1974-75, chief custodian and London registrar Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and registrar in London for Angostura Bitters Ltd 1975-78, personnel offr Deutsche Bank AG London Branch 1978-85, sr mangr and head of HR Deutsche Bank Capital Markets Ltd 1985-90, ptnr Charsby Associates recruitment conslts London 1989-91, ret; memb London Banks Personnel Mgmnt Gp 1989-90; fndr fell Inst of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies; memb Ct of Common Cncl City of London for Cripplegate Ward 1978-81; memb Bd of Mgmnt: Barbican YMCA, City of London Central Markets (Leadenhall Market, Billingsgate Market); memb: City of London TAVR Assoc, Coal Corn and Rates Ctee, Mgmnt Ctee Barbican Sch of Music and Drama (and mature student (tenor)), Irish Peers Assoc 1964-; govr: City of London Sch for Girls 1979-80, Lansbury Adult Educn Inst 1979-82, City of London Freemen's Sch 1980-81; life govr Sheriffs' and Recorder's Fund at the Old Bailey 1979-; represented the City of London Corp on the Gtr London Arts Cncl 1979-80, final tstee City of London Imperial Vols 1980-81; parish cncllr Wansford 1989-90; chm: Stamford Arthritis Care 1994-95, Eastbourne Branch Br Cardiac Patients Assoc 2003-07; vice-chm and tstee Friends of Eastbourne Hosps 2003-07, hosp visitor Royal Br Legion Eastbourne 2007-; pres Royal Artillery Assoc Eastbourne 2006-; govr American Coll in Oxford 1965-68; prizes for: athletics (including winning Barclays Bank Cross-Country Championships), operatic singing (tenor); Freeman City of London 1964; Hon LLD, Hon MA (USA); FHG 1965, FRSA 1974, FRSAIre 1980, FCIB 1987
assumed addl surname of AUSTIN by Deed Poll 1963 (Shetlocks Farm, Matching Tye, Harlow, Essex; Special Forces Club), b 21 Feb 1932, educ Wellingborough and Tottenham Grm Schs, m lst 28 March 1953 (m diss by div 1963), Anne Shirley Berringer. He m 2ndly 28 Sept 1963, Valerie Georgina, dau of Henry Drage, of Tottenham, London, and by her has iss:
7/1. Matthew Richard b 10 May 1969.
7/3. Samantha Jane, b 2 Jan 1967.
6/2. Patricia Anne Cooper, b 11 April 1938,
m John James Hews, and has
7/1. Scott Jonathan Hews, b 20 Oct 1966.
7/2. Todd Damian Hews , b 20 June 1969.
7/3. Lori Daniella Hews, b 21 July 1963.
5/3. Daisy Adeline Cooper, b 7 Dec 1895, m lst 22 Nov 1918,
Raoul Devaurieux. He d 17 Feb 1937. She m 2ndly, Fernand Diou. He d 1972.
Mr A. A. Cooper m 2ndly, Marie Varteliti, of Messina, Sicily (d 1962), and d at Messina 13 Oct 1929.
4/2. Richard Henry Cooper, b 1868.
4/3. Alfred Cooper, b 1875; d as a pow in Turkey.
4/4. William Cooper, b 4 April 1886; dunm 17 May 1941.
4/5. Henrietta Cooper, m Giovanni Flaccommio, of Messina,
Sicily. He d 16 May 1964.
4/6. Kathleen Cooper.
4/7. Ida Cooper.
2/4. Austin Cooper (Rev), Curate of Pallasgreen, co Limerick 1829-35,
of Rathdrum 1835-40, of Rathgar
1840-44, and of Kilbixy, co Westmeath from 1844, b 18 Fe 1804, educ Trin Coll.
Dublin (BA 1826, MA 1832), m 10 Sept 1829, Margaret (d 3 Dec 1861), dau of
James Armstrong, Solicitor, and niece of Rt Hon John Hatchell, and d 3 Dec
1871, having had issue,
3/1. Austin Damer Cooper, of Drumnigh House, co Dublin, JP, Commr
of Peace co Dublin, b 2 Jan 1831
educ Trin Coll. Dublin (matric 1848), m 1st 17 Jan 1853: Caroline Anne Maria (d
30 Sept 1884), dau of Rev Mark Bloxham, of Glenmore Glebe, co Antrim, and
grand-dau of Mark Bloxham, JP, Lord Mayor of Dublin, and had issue,
4/l. Austin Nathaniel Cooper, MD, Burg Gt S Rlys, b 9 Dec 1853,
educ R Coll. of Surgs Dublin, m 6 Oct 1893, Mary Thorn, of Tamworth, and d 11 July 1898, having had issue, a dau, d an inf 20 Nov 1895.
4/2. Mark Bloxham Cooper, KC, of Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin,
Barrister-at-law, King's Inns
1885, apptd Jr Counsel for Crown Nenagh 1897, and Clonmel 1903, mem Leinster
Circuit 1890-l9I9, Crown Counsel Winter Assizes 1900, 1904, 1913 and 1915,
Senior Crown Counsel, Wexford 1916, Counsel to Attorney-Gen 1918, apptd Divnl
Justice, Dublin 1919, S to Ch Magistracy on apptment as Justice of Dist Court
l924, b 18 Sept 1855, m 3 April 1888, Susan Westropp (d 1929), dau of Major
Matthew Pennefather Lloyd, 59th Regt, and d 4 Nov 1929, leaving issue,
5/1. Matthew Pennefather Lloyd Cooper, of Drumnigh House,
co Dublin, and Breckland House,
Garboldisham, Norfolk, served in World War I in Flanders with R Inniskilling
Fus, Garrison Adjt Colchester 1932-37 (ret as Capt), re-empd in World War II as
Major (Staff), Bursar Dauntsey's Sch 1937-58, b 19 March 1892, educ Wesley
Coll. Dublin, m 22 Jan 1916, Katherine Mary (Breckland House, Garboldisham,
Diss, Norfolk), eldest dau of John Burtteas, of Finnoe House, Borrisokane, co
Tipperary, and d 2 June 1969, leaving issue,
6/1. Austin Eric Lloyd Cooper, Major E Surrey Regt (ret),
served in World War II with 4th
Divn and IA, Staff Capt Rhine Army, personnel mgr (The Old Vicarage, Hayton, Nr
Retford, Notts), b 1918, educ ISC, and RMC Sandhurst, m Margaret J. C. French,
and has issue,
7/l. John Godfrey Cooper, b 1951.
7/2. Robert Sebastian Cooper, b 1962.
7/3. Celia Margaret Cooper, b 1947.
7/4. Catherine Sophia Cooper, b 1948.
7/5. Lucy Mary Clare Cooper, b 1953.
6/2. Anthony Matthew Cooper, Lt-Col RA (ret 1968), Corporate
Engr, served in World War II
with Combined Ops in Algeria, Middle East and Sicily, served with Regt in
Malaya and Singapore 1948- 50, Hong Kong 1956-57, Ordnance Bd 1963-66, joined
Rolls-Royce Ltd, Internat Computers Ltd 1971, Gov Letchworth Coll. of
Technology from 1974 (Summerfield House, Station Road, Whittlesford, Cambs), b
1 Feb 1921, educ Framlingham, RMA Woolwich, and RMC of Sc, m. 4 April 1945,
Tatiana Margaret, dau of Major Thomas Pollok-Shields, of Park Mount,
Pollokshields, Glasgow, and has issue,
7/1. Helen Sheila Cooper, b 24 March 1946.
7/2. Cathryn Julia Cooper, b 24 March 1946
(twin with sister Helen Sheila).
7/3. Anna Mary Cooper, b 3 Oct 1956.
5/2. Austin Owen Cooper,
served in World War I as Capt MGC
(wounded, pow), and in World War II with RAPC, W Cmd 1940-49, salaried official
Lond Stock Exchange (11 Southwood Court, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London NW11),
b 1 May 1894, educ Wesley Coll. Dublin, and Cleobury Mortimer Coll., m 25 Aug 1920,
Mary Ita, yr dau of Frederick A. England, Ch Cashier Hibernian Bank Ltd,
Dublin, and has issue,
6/1. Austin Ashley Cooper, b 11 June 1923,
educ De la Salle Sch, Cardiff.
6/2. Frederick Owen Cooper, served with RAF in
India and Burma, Communications Technician for
News Internat (381 Pinner Rood, Harrow, Middx),
b 8 June 1926, educ St Iltyd's Cardiff, m 1959,
Barbara Davis, and has issue,
7/l. Christine Lilly Cooper, b 5 Oct 1960.
7/2. Mary Alice Cooper, b 27 July 1962.
7/3. Frances Patricia Cooper, b. 12 March 1965.
6/3. Joan Maureen Cooper, b26 May1921, m 4 Jan
1943, S/Ldr Eric Cawdery, RAF, and has issue,
two sons and two daus.
5/3. Mark Cyril Cooper, b 1896, educ Wesley Coll.
Dublin, m Olive, yr dau of John Burgess, of Finnoe
House, Borrisoksne, co Tipperary, and has issue,
6/1. Pamela Cooper.
5/4. Anna Hickman Susie Cooper, b 10 April 1898; d 2
5/5. Caroline Anne Cooper, m. Frank Round, of
4/3. William Reginald Cooper, FRCSI, b July 1857, m.
1888, Cherry Jane, dau of Rev - Champion, and had
5/1. William Cherry Cooper, b 1890; drowned at sea
4/4. John Anthony Ashley Cooper, of Cooper Hill (which he
inherited from his aunts Sophia and Clamina), JP
Kimberley, S Africa, b 22 April 1860, m. 1885, Lettie
Caroline van Breda de Jongh (dl4Sept 1938),dau of H.
C. van Breda, of Cape Town, S Africa, and d 1936,
5/l. Austin Henry Ashley-Cooper, of Cape Town, S
Africa, b 21 Oct 1892, m. Helena Sampson, and had
5/2. Cecil Charles Cooper, b 20 July 1896.
5/3. Eileen Edith Adelaide Cooper, b 23 March 1889, m.
William Hawley, and had issue.
4/5. Alfred James Sisson Cooper, MD, of Birkenhead,
Cheshire, b 3 Sept 1866, m. Marion Glynn, and d May
1909, leaving issue, one dau.
4/6. Albert Damer Cooper, of Drumnigh House, Kinsaley, co
Dublin, left funds for publn of diaries of Austin
Cooper, FSA (see above), b 27 March 1868; d 10 Dec
4/7. Margaret Sarah Cooper, b 1 May 1862; d 4 Jan 1864.
4/8. Caroline Anne Cooper, b 11 Sept 1864, m. John
Haines, and d 1958.
4/8. Marcia Sarah Cooper, b 12 Feb 1874, m. Major Edward
Neville Townsend, DSO (see TOWNSHEND), and dsp.
Mr. A.D. Cooper m 2ndly 29 April 1886, Jane Adelaide, yr
dau of Francis Massy, of Suir Castle, co Tipperary (see
BURKE'S Peerage, MASSY, B), and d 2 Jan 1900.
3/2. James Sisson Cooper, of Pallasgreen, co Limerick,
sometime Ensign R North Lincoln Militia, served in Crimean War and Indian Mutiny, b 17 Oct 1832, m. Ann Parks, and d 5 April 1898, having had issue,
4/1. James Sisson Ashley Cooper, b 20 May 1874; lost at
4/2. Austin Damer Cooper, b 21 June 1878.
4/3. Charles John Cooper, b 10 Nov 1881.
4/4. Annie Margaret Kathleen Cooper, b 5 Sept 1875.
4/4. Mary Amelia Josephine Cooper, b 5 March 1877.
4/3. Annita Victoria Cooper, b 14 April 1879, m. 1909, C.
D. Jenkin, and had issue, one son.
4/4. Evelyn Frances Armstrong Cooper, b 12 Dec 1883.
3/3. John Hatchell Cooper, b 13 Jan 1836, m. Adelaide (d 24
July) dau of Rev William Henry Stanford, of Rincurran,
co Cork, and had issue,
4/1. Henry Samuel Austin Cooper, b 27 Aug 1875, m. Edith
Mary, dau of Edward Clarke, of Kingstown.
3/4. George William Cooper, of Clonskeagh, co Dublin, b 18
Feb 1839, m. 1st 30 July 1862, Emily Esther, dau of Rev
Mathew Daniel Peter, of Janeville, and had issue,
4/1. Austin Edwin Cooper, m. Mary Hunter.
Mr G. W. Cooper m. 2ndly, -, and d 1889.
3/5. Samuel Cooper, b 28 June 1844, m. Virginia Stanford,
and d 20 March 1892.
3/6. Sarah Josephine Cooper, b 18 Jan 1834; dunm 10 May
3/7. Margaret Jane Amelia Cooper, b 30 Aug 1840, m. 28 Nov
1872, Charles William Baylee, of Mount Baylee, co Clare,
and had issue, one dau.
2/5. Jane Rebecca Cooper, b 28 Nov 1789; dunm.18 June 1813.
2/6. Catherine Clements Cooper, b 11 July 1792, m. Bernard
Shaw, and d 1874.
2/7. Elizabeth Cooper, b 19 March 1795; d 27 Jan 1801.
2/8. Sarah Cooper, b 29 Aug 1799, m. William Shaw, of St
Doughlough's House (now Rodhomer), co Dublin, and d 21 Oct
1869, leaving issue, one son.
1/4. Jane Cooper, b 30 April 1748, d young
1/5. Jane Cooper, b 29 June 1749, d young.
1/6. Anne Cooper, b 28 June 1751; d 7 Feb l828.
1/7. Dorothea Cooper, b 28 Oct 1752, m. 20 Nov 1776, Laurence
Clutterbuck, and had issue.
1/8. Elizabeth Cooper, b 26 Jan 1754; dunm.
1/9. Jane Cooper, b 9 Jan 1755, m. Thomas Dixon, Councillor-at-
1/10. Susanna Cooper, b 10 Sept 1757; dunm. 1832.
1/11. Sarah Cooper, b 16 Sept 1761, m. Thomas Haffield, and d
1/12. Martha Cooper, b 13 June 1762, m. Edward Purdue.
1/12. Rebecca Cooper, b 15 Jan 1763.
of Beamore and Calligatown, co Meath, and Butterhill, co
Wicklow, b 1686, m Dorothea (d 12 April 1750), dau of William Harrison, of
Carlisle, and d 26 Dec 1761, having had issue,
1/1. John Cooper, of Cooper Hill, co Meath, Ch Clerk to Dep Vice- Treas
1742-93 (where he was s. by his
nephew Austin - see below), known as "John of the Treasury", b 12 Oct
1719, educ Custom House, Drogheda, m 18 Sept 1753, Mary Anne (d 14 July 1777),
dau and co-heiress of Thomas Paget, and d 1808, having had issue,
2/1. Thomas Cooper, b 13 Aug 1754; d Dec 1754.
2/2. John Cooper, b 20 April 1758; d 24 April 1759.
2/3. Nathaniel Cooper, of Cooper Hill, Capt 68th Regt, b 1761,
m 24 April 1795, Elizabeth, 2nd
dau of Hugh Montgomery Lyons (see Lyons-Montgomery), and d 3 April 1818,
3/1. Nathaniel Cooper, of Cooper Hill, b 1802, m Anne,
dau of Col Jones William Irwin,
of Streamstown, co Sligo, by his wife Georgina, eldest dau of Hugh Montgomery
Lyons (see LYONS-MONTGOMERY), and d 1852, having had issue,
4/l. Hugh Cooper, bapt 19 July 1829; k in an accident.
4/2. Henry Alexander Cooper, of Cooper Hill, JP co Meath,
dunm 2 Jan 1896.
4/3. Nathaniel Cooper.
4/4. Georgina Cooper, dunm.
4/5. Anne Cooper, dunm.
3/2. Hugh Cooper, m Catherine, dau of Col Jones William Irwin,
of Streamstown, co Sligo, by his
wife Georgina, eldest dau of Hugh Montgomery Lyons (see LYONS-MONTGOMERY), and
d 1844, having had issue,
4/l. John Cooper, MD, went to America.
4/2. Hugh Cooper.
4/3. Elizabeth Cooper, dunm.
4/4. Sophia Cooper, m - Smith, and d 1918.
4/5. Clamina Cooper, dunm 1907.
3/3. Alexander Cooper.
3/4. John Cooper, d of cholera 1849, unm.
3/5. William Cooper, dunm.
3/6. Bess Cooper, dunm.
3/7. Kate Cooper, dunm.
2/4. Mary Anne Cooper, b 9 Jan 1757, m 12 June 1779, Capt John Greene,
of Millbrook, co Kildare, and 11 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin, and d 20 July 1819, leaving issue (see that family).
2/5. Elizabeth Cooper, b 6 Sept 1760, m Alexander Marsden, MRIA.
1/2. Thomas Cooper, d an inf.
1/3. William George Cooper, of whom presently.
1/4. Thomas Cooper, d an inf.
1/5. Samuel Cooper, of Beamore, Co Meath, b May 1729, m 18 July 1766,
Elizabeth Nugent, and d 15 May 1797, having had issue, with one dau, 2/1. Samuel Cooper, b 25 April 1771, m, and d of spotted fever
3 Nov 1797, leaving issue,
3/1. John Cooper, of Beamore, and Mount Granville,
co Meath, dunm 1 Aug 1895.
3/2. John Cooper.
1/6. Austin Cooper, of Brittam Street, Dublin, and Rockbellew, Co Meath,
m Sarah (d 2 Nov 1771), dau of
Ald Ogle, of Drogheda,and d 28 Oct 1771, leaving issue,
2/1. William Cooper, b 5 March 1760; d a lunatic 7 June 1808.
of Beamore, nr Drogheda, co Meath (1709), and Butterhill, co
Wicklow, b at Hampton Court 1653, m 15 July 1683, Susanna, dau of Ephraim
Rainsford, of. Butterhill, co Wicklow, and d 17 Oct 1743 (bur with his wife at
St Mary's Church, Drogheda), having had issue,
1/1. Samuel Cooper, of whom presently.
1/2. John Cooper, will pr 22 May 1747.
1/3. Joseph Cooper, of Barn Hall, Castletown, co Kildare,
bapt 4 May 1702, m 29 March 1748,
Hannah, dau of Sir Henry Delamain, of Dublin, and d 2 July 1786, having had
2/1. John Cooper, of Barn Hall, b 4 Sept 1749,
m 12 Aug 1775, Hannah, dau of
Jonathan Sisson, of Milltown and Lucan, and d 24 Dec 1785, having had issue,
3/1. Joseph Cooper, of 9 Clare Street, Dublin, Solicitor,
b 14 May 1776, m 3 June 1799,
Sarah Battersby, and d 2 April 1814, having had issue,
4/l. John Cooper, dunm 1809.
4/2. William Cooper, of 9 Clare Street, Dublin,
m 1828, Anna James, of Ballychnatal, co Wesford, and d 1889, leaving issue, two sons and three daus.
4/3. Penelope Cooper.
4/4. Anne Cooper.
4/5. Sarah Cooper.
4/6. Kate Cooper.
3/2. Jonathan Cooper, of Barn Hall, b 5 July 1777,
m 13 July 1799, Anna Maria, dau
of Francis Kirchhoffer, by his wife Sarah Brooke, and d 18 Nov 1850, having had
issue (with ten other children),
4/l. John Joseph Cooper.
4/2. Jonathan Sisson Cooper (Very Rev), of Barn Hall,
Dean of Ferns, b 1820, educ Trin
Coll. Dublin (BA 1841, MA 1891), m 17 Jan 1845, Rosetta Louise, 3rd dau of
William Cooper, JP, of Killenure (see below), and d 18 Feb 1898, having had
5/l. Frederick Douglas Cooper, of Barn Hall, m, and
d ca 1931, leaving issue,
6/1. Sisson Douglas Beresford Cooper, of Barn Hall,
Gen Mgr Cape Argus Gp of
Newspapers, Cape Town, S Africa, b 24 April 1888, m 1925, Muriel Whiley, and
7/1. Jonathan Sisson Cooper
(Killane, Queens Road,
Bryanstown, Transvaal, S Africa), b 27 Jan 1927, m, and has issue,
8/1.Jonathan Sisson Cooper.
8/2. Robert Cooper.
8/3. Clare Cooper.
7/2. Anne Virginia Cooper, b 16 Dec1931,
m Mr Bell, and has issue, three sons and one dau.
6/2. Austin Clare Cooper,
poster and abstract artist,
served in World War I with Canadian Black Watch, b 6 March 1890, m, and d Aug
1964, leaving issue,
7/1. Jonathan Austin Litchfield Cooper,
printing offr with HMSO and FO
(267 Norcot Road, Tilehurst, Reading, Berks), b 9 Feb 1926, m 5 Dec 1959, Mary
Home, and has issue,
8/1. Nicholas Cooper, b 14 March 1965.
7/1. Chloe Cooper, b 21 May1923, m Geoffrey Salter
(33 Bark Place, Bayswater, London W2), and has issue, one dau.
6/3. Honoria Fairbridge Cooper, b 24 Sept 1883,
m William Gouinlock Benson, and d 1955, leaving issue, two sons and two daus.
6/4. Dorothea Lucinda Cooper, b 20 April 1885;
dunm 4 July 1939.
5/2. Henry Massey Cooper.
5/3. Alfred William Cooper (Ven), Archdeacon of Calgary,
b 28 March 1848; d 14 Nov 1920.
5/4. Jonathan Sisson Cooper (Rev), Rector of Coolock,
Co Dublin, b Sept 1851, educ
Rathmines Sch, m Lina Nainee, authoress of "Charity Moore, We Wives, The
Cathedral Cave", etc, dau of Major Charles Edward Orman, 29th Bengal NI,
and d 5 Feb 1896, leaving issue,
6/l. John Sisson Orman Cooper, b 6 Dec 1885;
dunm 26 July 1922.
6/2. Nora Cooper, d young.
6/3. Theodora Cooper, b 7 July 1895,
m 19 Dec 1916, Major Charles Ernest Farran, JP, MICE, MIWE (20 South Parade, Doncaster, Yorks), and has issue, three sons (see BURKE'S LG, 1952 Edn).
5/5. Eleanor Violet Cooper.
5/6. Rosamund Rebecca Cooper.
5/7. Anna Maria Lucinda Cooper.
4/3. Frances Agnes Cooper,
m 1827, Lt-Gen Sir Thomas Simson Pratt, KCB, of Camden Crescent, Bath, son of Capt James Pratt, and had issue, 4 sons and one dau.
4/4. Sarah Honoria Cooper, m 29 Jan 1828, Capt William
Hurt Sitwell, of Barmoor Castle, Northumberland, and d 13 April 1892, having had issue (see BURKE'S LGiii). He d 17 Jan 1865.
4/5. Lucinda Brooke Cooper, dunm.
4/6. Elizabeth Frances Cooper,
m. Brooke Francis Norris, and had issue, one son.
3/3. John Cooper, b 1780; d
3/4. Robert Cooper, m, and had issue,
4/1. Austin Cooper.
4/2. Robert Cooper.
3/5. Hannah Cooper.
3/6. Sarah Cooper, b 1778, m 1805,
Daniel Simmonds, of Collinstown, co Kildare, and d 1863. He d 1860.
3/7. Catherine Cooper, b 1779,
m Edward Simmonds, Solicitor, and d 1806, leaving issue, one son and one dau.
3/8. Maria Cooper.
3/9. Jane Cooper.
2/2. Joseph Cooper, b 24 Se Pt
1750; d an inf.
2/3. George Cooper, b 27 aug 1752,
m 18 July 1787, Caroline Symmonds,
and d 19 Feb 1818.
A possible son:
George Cooper b1791 in county Kildare (we believe), m Emily Buck. George left Ireland and went to New South Wales, Australia, thence to New Zealand where he held the position of the first Treasurer of New Zealand, returned to Australia and dying in Victoria 17Apr1867.[iv]
2/4. Henry Cooper, b 27 Dec 1753;
d 17 Nov 1773.
2/5. Michael Cooper, b 16 Sept 1757.
2/6. William Cooper.
2/7. Thomas Cooper.
2/8. Sarah Cooper, dumn
2/9. Susanna dunm.
2/10. Catherine Cooper, dunm
1/4 Mary Cooper, died youg.
1/5. Sarah Cooper, b. 1703, m William Rainsford, and d Feb 1764.
1/6. Susanna Cooper, dunm.
1/7. Esther Cooper , dunm
1/8. Rebecca Cooper, m - Gordon, had issue, one son and one dau.
(whose father held an apptment at Court of King Charles I),
inherited paternal ppty at Byfleet, Surrey, and there purchased lands from Col
Thomas Hammond, a Cromwellian soldier (see Close Rolls ref C54/3712 1653), but,
although Royalist, was obliged to forfeit them, whereupon he sold all his possessions
in England for £1,500 and went to Blessington, co Wicklow, in 1661 before the
passing of the Act of Oblivion and was empd by Primate Boyle in laying out the
gardens there ("These gardens were laid down by an English gentleman who
abandoned his estate at Byfleet, Sussex (sic) to escape the persecution of
Cromwell" - Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, by Joseph Cooper
Walker). "Austin the Settler", famed for his feats of strength
("taking two men, one in each hand, slapping them together and throwing
them on a dunghill") was b ca 1620, m at Hampton Court, Mary, dau of Henry
Dodson, of Kingston-on-Thames, and niece of Erasmus Smith (who left large
estates for the endowment of schs in Ireland), and d ante l690,
having had issue,
1/1. Thomas Cooper, of Aughfarrell, co Wicklow,
bapt 26 Feb 1651/2, m -, dau of
Brettridge Badham, of Cork, and had issue,
2/1. John Cooper.
2/2. Rebecca Cooper,
m Thomas Walker, of Coventry, and had issue.
2/3 a dau.
2/4. Martha Cooper.
1/2. George Cooper, dunm in England.
1/3. John Dodson Cooper, bur 30 Oct 1661.
1/4. John Cooper, dunm at Ballykinlar, Lecale, co Down 1702.
1/5. Austin Cooper, of whom presently.
1/6. William Cooper, d as the result of a fall from his horse.
1/7. Joseph Cooper, Keeper of New Park (Richmond Park), b 1674,
m Elizabeth Slade ("lived 50
years in the Park-was married to the keeper, and was prior to her marriage Lord
Rochester's dairy-maid", at7l years appeared as a prosecution witness in
the Richmond Park trial), and d 7 Feb 1735 (bur with his wife at Petersham),
2/1. Augustine Cooper, of East Sheen, and Claygate, Surrey,
bapt 15 Oct 1712; d 5 July 1775.
2/2. Susan Cooper.
2/3 Mary Cooper, m - Cairncross, and had issue, two sons.
2/4 Sarah Cooper, m - Neill, and had issue, two daus.
2/5. Elizabeth Cooper.
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