Person:John Cooper (78)

m. 18 OCT 1618
  1. Anne Cooper1619 - 1687
  2. Mary Cooper1621 - 1686/87
  3. John Cooper, III1624/5 - 1676/77
  4. Thomas Cooper1626/7 - ABT 1657/58
  5. Martha Cooper1629 - AFT 1689/90
  6. Daughter CooperABT 1634 -
  • HJohn Cooper, III1624/5 - 1676/77
  • WSarah Mew1629 - 1687/88
m. ABT 1648/49
  1. Samuel Cooper
  2. James Cooper, I1653/54 - 1722
Facts and Events
Name John Cooper, III
Gender Male
Christening[2] 1 Mar 1624/5 Olney, Buckinghamshire, England
Immigration[1] 1635
Marriage ABT 1648/49 Southhampton, Long Island, Suffolk, New Yorkto Sarah Mew
Death? 8 JUL 1676/77 Southampton (town), Suffolk, New York, United States

John came to America from England with his parents in 1635 on the ship "Hopewell". John was 10 years old at the time. They settled in Lynn, Mass where they remained until about 1638. At this time they moved to New York where John was one of the purchasers of the land that is now Southhampton, Long Island, NY. This land was purchased from the Indians. They remained there until the early 1700s at which time they moved to Piscataway, Middelsex county, New Jersey.

  1. Mayflower Families Hopewell, Secondary quality.
  2. John Cooper, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011).

    Son of John Cooper and Wilbroe Griggs, m. Sarah Mew.