b. 07 May 1901, The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon;
d. January 1988.
|5-59||ii.||;||GLENN ROWE COOPER,
b. 03 October 1903, The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon;
d. 08 December 1983,The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon.
b. 05 August 1905, The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon;
d. 05 September 1993,The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon.
|5-63||iv.||RALPH GEORGE COOPER,
b. 15 April 1908, The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon;
d. 12 November 1991.
6-28 ANNIE JANE COOPER1 daughter of Robert and Mary (Craig) Cooper was born 26 April 18701 8 in The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon and died in 9 Jul 1964 in Wasco County, Oregon6 and is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon. She married Robert Rusell Cooper 15 February 1893 in Roseburg, Douglas Co., Oregon1, son of JAMES COOPER and HARRIET DIMMICK.He was born 21 February 1869 in Douglas Co, Oregon1,and died 30 May 1932 in Milton Freewater, Oregon11. Annie is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon.
Annie is listed in the 1880 US Census living with her parents in The Dalles, age 108.
Robert is listed in the 1880 US Census living with his parents in Wilbur, Douglas County, Oregon, age 11, attending school.
Children of ANNA
COOPER and ROBERT COOPER
6-30 HARRIET ELLA COOPER1 daughter of Robert and Mary (Craig) Cooper was born 27 April 18728 in The Dalles, Wasco Co., Oregon, and died 23 August 1974 in Riverside, Riverside County, California2.She married JOHN A TAYLOR son of William H. and Mary E. Wigle Taylor 1900 in San Francisco,California. He was born 19 December 1868 in Harrisburg, Linn Co., Oregon ,and died 14 December 1933 in Riverside, California16.
Harriet is listed in the 1880 US Census living with her parents in The Dalles,age 88.
John is listed in the 1880 US Census livig with his parents and Grandmother Catherine Wigle all born in Illinois; in Dalles Precinct, Wasco County,Oregon, age 13 the eldest child with two brothers and two sisters all born in Oregon12.
Harriet and John with their children Floyd and Mary were living in Riverside, Riverside County,California in 1910 and 192013 14.
Children of John and Harriet are:
|5-73||i.||FLOYD WILBUR TAYLOR, b. 20 March 1902, Riverside, California d. 24 August 1951, Plandome, New York.|
|ii.||Mary Taylor1 ,b. 05 August 1906, Riverside, California
13 14 15
d. 02 November 1976, Santa Barbra, California15,
m. Norton B. Moore, 13 November 1936, New York, New York; 16b. 29 December 190916, d. 11 December 1958, Santa Barbra, California16.
|1.||Title: The Coopers Of New Pitsligo July 1988 Author: Wilbur D. Cooper Media Type: Book|
|2.||Title: The COOPERS of New Pitsligo Rev July 17 2000 Media Type: Booklet|
|3.||Title: Find A Grave Media Type: Electronic PageSource Text: George Cooper : 25 March 1868-28 February 1959 Confidence: 3|
|4.||IBID Page Source Text: ETTA ROWE COOPER JAN. 5, 1873 OCT. 2, 1959 Confidence: 3|
|6.||IBIDPage Source Text: 1870 MOTHER 1964 ANNIE JANE COOPER Confidence: 3|
|7.||1870 United States Census East Dalles Precicnt, Wasco County, Oregon 2 July 1870||-||-|
|Name||Age||Place of Birth||Ocupation||Fathers POB||Mothers POB|
|---- Mary||21||Scot||Keeping House||Scot||Scot|
|8.||1880 United States Census East Dalles Precicnt, Wasco County, Oregon|
|Name||Age||Pob||Ocupation||Dad POB||Mom POB|
|Mary Cooper||41||Scot||Keeping House||Scot||Scot|
|Catherine Cooper||18||Oregon||Teaching School||Scot||Scot|
|Mary Cooper||15||Oregon||At Home||Scot||Scot|
|Anna E Cooper||10||Oregon||At Home||Scot||Scot|
|Harriet Cooper||8||Oregon||At Home||Scot||Scot|
|John C Cooper||4||Oregon||Scot||Scot|
|Laura M Cooper||1||Oregon||Scot||Scot|
|9.||1900 United States Census East Dalles Precicnt, Wasco County, Oregon 16 July 1900|
|Name||Age||DOB||Years married||POB||Occupation||Father POB||Mother POB|
|Cooper, George||32||May 1868||2||Oregon||Farmer||Scotland||Scotland|
|10.||Title: Geurge Cooper Bio Text: An Illustrated History of Central Oregon, Western Historical Publishing Company, Spokane, WA. 1905, pages 365-366 GEORGE COOPER, one of Wasco county's popular and rising young men who has shown marked thrift and industry in his labors, which presage a bright future for him, resides about a mile south from The Dalles and has spent his entire life in this section. He was born in The Dalles, on March 25, 1868. His father, Robert Cooper, was a native of Aberdeenshire, Scotland and came to Canada when nineteen years of age. After six years' residence there, he came to Douglas county, Oregon in 1860 and two years later, removed to The Dalles and engaged in teaming. In 1870, he filed on a homestead just south from The Dalles, where he now lives. He married a native Scotch girl who is still living with him. The high schools of The Dalles and a business college of Portland completed the education of our subject, then he took up commercial work for a short time. After that, he bought forty acres of land from the Marshall Hill estate and is devoting the same almost entirely to orchard. He also raises melons and other vegetables and has a very beautiful and valuable place. On June 15, 1898, at The Dalles, Mr. Cooper married Miss Frances E. Rowe, who was born in that part of Wasco county which now forms Wheeler county. Her father, Joseph K. Rowe, was a native of Baltimore, Maryland, and his father, of England. He came to the United States with his parents when an infant, and served in the Civil War, confederate army, Fortieth Missouri Infantry, under Captain George B. Clark. During the latter part of the war, he was engaged in the repair shops and in 1866, came to Oregon. He settled in the John Day country, which was then almost uninhabited, and there remained until 1881, then moved to The Dalles and took a position in the Oregon Railroad and Navigation shops and later, went to Portland. In June, 1903, at St. Vincent hospital, Portland, he was called away by death. He was a member of the Congregational church, the A.F. & A.M. and a highly respected citizen. The mother of Mrs. Cooper was Martha V. (Dedman) Rowe, a native of Tennessee and descended from an old and prominent southern family. Her father had extensive machine shops and foundries at Camden, Arkansas when the Civil War broke out. They were confiscated by the confederate army and he was pressed into service. After the war, he secured three thousand dollars for his entire property for which he had been offered thirty thousand dollars previously. His death occurred in Idaho, on July 13, 1902 and he was a Mason of sixty-two years' standing. After the war, he settled in Texas, traveling later to Oregon. Mr. Cooper has one brother, John Cooper and three sisters, Ella Taylor, Annie, Katie and Lura. Mrs. Cooper has one brother, Walter C., and two sisters, Nona, wife of Henry Readel, in The Dalles, and Lulu C. Mr. Cooper is a member of the I.O.O.F., the Artisans and the Methodist church. Mrs. Cooper is a member of the Congregational church. They have two children, Helen, born May 7, 1901 and Glen R., born October 3, 1903. Mr. Cooper is a Republican, has attended the conventions but is not very active in this work although stanch.|
|11.||Title: Oregon Death Index Source Text: Cooper, Robert Russell May 30, 1922 Umatilla 116|
|12.||Title:Family Search Record Search Source Text: Name: John A. Taylor Residence: Dalles, Wasco, Oregon Birthdate: 1867 Birthplace: Oregon, United States Relationship to Head: Son Father's Name: W. H. Taylor Father's Birthplace: Illinois, United States Mother's Name: Mary E. Taylor Mother's Birthplace: Illinois, United States Race or Color (Expanded): White Ethnicity (Standardized): American Gender: Male Martial Status: Single Age (Expanded): 13 years Occupation: NARA Film Number: T9-1084 Page: 248 Page Character: D Entry Number: 821 Film number: 1255084 Collection: United States Census, 1880 Confidence: 2|
|13.||1910 United States Census - Ward 3, Riverside, Riverside Co0unty, California|
|John A. Taylor|
|Ella C. Taylor|
|Floyd W. Taylor||8||California||son||single|
|14.||1920 United States Census - Precinct 12, Riverside City, Riverside County, California.|
|John A. Taylor|
|Ella C. Taylor|
|Floyd W. Taylor||17||California||son||single|
|15.||Title: The Coopers Of New Pitsligo July 1994 Author: Elva L. Madden Media Type: Booklet Source Text: b 5 August 1906 d 2 November1976 Confidence: 2|
|16.||IBID Source Text: Norton B. Moore b 29 Sep 1909 m 13 nov 1936 d11 dec 1958Confidence: 2|
|17.||Title: Oregon State Archives Source Text: Case# 140 - Name Cooper, John Craig - Date 3/3/1876 - Record Type - Delayed Birth - County Wasco - Source Health Confidence: 2|
|Last Name||First Name||Middle||Birth Date||Mother Maiden||Father Last||Sex||Birth Place||Death Place||Death Date||Age|