Carole, Mr. Turner who posted a query below yours wrote to me and advised me my response postings were not recorded. I did post a response, but apparently yours didnot record either.
I looked in my book and found several Cooper entries, but only one Cotton, three Holmes listed..I will list them below: Cooper:
Cooper, Ann Caroline, Section A, 1818-1828, Upright granite slab Ann Caroline Daughter of Ephrium and Lidia Cooper, Died on the 1st of Setember 1828 Aged 10 years and nine months.
Cooper, Sarah Jane, Section D 1817-1839, Flat slab. Sacred to the memory of Sarah Jane, The beloved Wide of Peter G. Cooper of this city Who Departed This Life Auguse 26th 1839, In the Twenty second year of her age, A Native of Baltimore MD, But a Resident Of Savannah From Her Infancy. This Frail Tribute to Her Worth is Erected By Her Affectionate Husband Oh What On Earth Is Now For Me, My Beacon Light Has Fled! Yet Why Repine? She Dwell With Thee Such Angles Are Not Dead! Oh No! For Now Her Spirit Sings, A Hymn Of Praise Above While Holy Ninstrels Tune The Strings In Lays Of Heavenly Love!
Cooper, Capt. Jonathan, Section B 1768-1838, Slab on Ground, In Memory of Capt. Jonathan Cooper, Born in Wexford Ireland But For a Number of Years A Resident of This Place Who Died On 13th March 1838; Aged 70 Years-----Here Lies The Best of Fathers---A Sincere Friend---An Honest Man.
Cooper, Thomas M. Section B 1810-1839, Large White Marble Slab On Ground. Sacred To The Memory Of Thomas M. Cooper Who Departed This Life On The 12th February 1839, Aged 29 years and 6 Months.
Cooper Julia Ann, (also) Cooper, William, Section B. 1794-1819, Slab on ground, In Memory Of Julia Ann Cooper, Consort Of Captain J. Cooper, Who Died On The 23rd. November 1819 In The 25th Year Of Her Age. Also Of William Cooper Aged One Year and 6 Months The Just Are Happy.
CottonJames W. Section A 1792-1820, Small Marble Slab; Set In Brick Coping. Sacred To The Memory Of Doctor James W. Cotton, A Native of New York Who Departed This Life On The 26th.Sept.1820 Aged 28 Years.
These are all (above) from the Colonial Cemetery
From St.Paul's Chruchyard Cemetery:
CooperLewis, Head Stone 177501817, In Veneration Of His Characther & As A Tribute Of Respect To His Memory This Stone Is Erected By His Disconsolate Widow And Surviving Children To Mark The Spot Where Lie The Remains Of Lewis Cooper Native of New Ark, New Jersey Who Died Sept.28th, 1817 Aged 32 Years.
Cooper, Bridget Head Stone 1743-1813 Sacred To The Memory of Bridget Cooper Who Departed This Life The 15th Jan.1813 Aged 70 Years.
Holmes. Sanford, 1801-1801, Sanford Holmes the son of Dr. Liberty and Mrs. Susannah Holmes, Died Nov.10,1801 Aged X Months The Cradle Rocks Us Nearer To The Tomb Our Birth Is Nothing But Our Death Begun.
Hope some of these are your people..if you should find they are I will be happy to scan and send direct the cemetery histories that are included in the book, plus the pages names are found. Jane
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