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Re: james edwin cooper
Posted by: Jerri Strombeck (ID *****8880) Date: November 26, 2008 at 07:18:21
In Reply to: james edwin cooper by kimberly lawing of 121

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
about James Edwin Cooper
Name: James Edwin Cooper
Date of Birth: 27 Feb 1924
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth County: Scotland
Parent1 Name: George Cooper
Parent2 Name: Annie Rodgers Cooper
Roll Number: B_C088_66001
Volume: 9
Page: 3

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
about Milicent Genette Cooper
Name: Milicent Genette Cooper
Date of Birth: 16 Nov 1932
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth County: Scotland
Parent1 Name: George Cooper
Parent2 Name: Lydia Hardee Cooper
Roll Number: B_C088_66001
Volume: 18
Page: 34
I don't know if this is the same George Cooper, but if so, it would explain why Annie didn't want to talk about him.

I can't find anything else on George (it's too common of a name). I would contact the Scotland Cty Courthouse (Google it) and see if there's a marriage license for them that may have George's birth date, place of birth, and parents. There are probably divorce papers between 1930-1940, too. Once you get that, contact me again and I'll work on it some more.


1930 census, Stewartsville, Scotland, North Carolina
George Cooper 25 SC m 6 yrs
Annie Cooper 26
James Cooper 5
Glena Rogers 31 roomer
Gib Colson 58 roomer
They lived on Church St in a mill house provided free by the mill
George, Glena, and Gib all were laborers in a cotton mill




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