Person:Abraham Cooper (4)

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Name Abraham Cooper
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Person:Benjamin Cooper (14)
Person:Francis Cooper (12)
Person:Christopher Cooper (2)

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person: (2)[[User:]]person: (12)
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person: (4)[[User:]]person: (14)
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*Active---Acquired and in Use; Deleted---Acquired, but deleted; Inactive---Acquired, but empty**;  Empty---Never Acquired
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