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Re: Soper family from Canada
Posted by: Jack Nancy Soper (ID *****1062) Date: February 09, 2008 at 12:19:50
In Reply to: Re: Soper family from Canada by scott harwick of 1877

Hello Scott,
I am going to send you some of the information from the 'New Soper Compendium' that Dawn and her late husband, Dr. Earl F. Soper compiled. I'll be just highlighting some of the information. It's a book of about 382 pages. If you see errors, we would appreciate you sending any corrections to us at jsoper@cablespeed.com we are hoping to update the NSC one day and also adding any descendants that are not currently in the book. If you wouldn't mind sharing your information, we would like that too. If we can help further, just let us know. We hope this helps.
Jack & Nancy Soper

Briefly

Henry Soper [the immigrant] & Sarah Wattles
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John Soper & Mary Mills
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John Soper & Phebe Moore
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Joel Soper and wife Olive (maiden name unknown)
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Augustus Soper & Polly (Maiden name unknown)
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Augustus Soper (1811-1895), a farmer, was born, we believe, in Oneida County, New York, and died in Marlette, Michigan. In 1830, in Norwichville, now Norwich, Ontario, Canada, he married Charlotte {Veeder} and she was adopted by Dr. Towne (1813-1909), who was born in Herkimer County, New York, and died in Croswell, Michigan. They had some thirteen children, two of whom died young. Others included: Sarah (Tompkins) (1832- ); Adeline (Russell) (1833- ); Harriet (Jeneroux)(1834- ), Irene (M1 Zimmerman, M2 Dorland) (1837-1903/4); George Towne(1839- ); William (1843- ); Abraham Swarthout (1847-1926); Lyman White(1847-1918); Augustus (1852-c1928); Jeneroux Delos (1857-1950); and Laurel Soper (1859-1871). In the late 1870's Augustus moved his family to Michigan.

Dr. Abraham Swartout Soper (1847-1926), a physician, grocer, and inventor, was born in Dereham Center, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, and died in Detroit, Michigan. In 1869, in Tillsonburg, Ontario, he married Ruth Oliva Whittaker (1849-1942), who was born in the Town of North Dorchester, Middlesex County, Ontario, and died in Windsor, Ontario. Their children included:Harry Fitzroy (1871-1916); Roy Lamont (1873-1937); Charlotte Veder(1878- ); Francis Lorenzo (1879- ); Howard Winfield (1882-1978); Harold Abram (1888-1941); and Mabel Lillian (Lewis)(1891-. In 1873, the family moved to Michigan, but returned to London, Ontario, in 1877, only to return to Saginaw, Michigan, in 1881. Abraham was the inventor of the Soper Stove Cabinet. He was one of the founders of the Soper Sanitary Kitchen Company.


Roy Lamont Soper (1873-1937), son of Dr. Abraham Swartout Soper (1847-1926), an electrician, was born in Tillsonburg, Ontario, and died in Flint, Michigan. He married Kathleen Senoria. Their children included: Jerme Elizabeth (Blacklock) (1893-1932); Ruth Gertrude (Field) (1895- ); Herbert Preston (1896- ); Florence Alice (Laurie) (1899-1968); Russell Lamont (1902- ); and Ester Irene (Nieman) (1902- ).




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