COOPER, WILLIAM HENRY  - Barry County, Missouri | WILLIAM HENRY  COOPER - Missouri Gravestone Photos

William Henry COOPER

Quaker Cemetery
Barry County,
Missouri

September 10, 1849 Camden, Carroll County, IN
February 2, 1912 Barry County, MO
Son of Thomas and Winfred Elizabeth (Cornell) Cooper
Married Mattie Cooper November 21, 1878 Miami County, KS

(His death certificate reads that he was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, and his obituary reads that he is buried in Quaker).

Cassville Republican - February 8, 1912
Obituary 1 - Suburban News: William Henry Cooper died at his home 5 1/2 miles northeast of Cassville, Friday morning at 4 o’clock after being sick a large portion of the time the last 3 or 4 years. Mr. Cooper was a painter by trade and this county loses a highly respected citizen.
Mr. Cooper leaves a wife, and four children to mourn his death, two sons, James and Paul, and two daughters, Mrs. M. Perkins, and a daughter Mrs. Bertie (Frank) Elrond in Kansas. All the children were present. The funeral services were conducted by Bro. Crouch Sunday after which the remains were laid to rest in Quaker Cemetery. The family have our sympathy.

Cassville Repulican - February 15, 1912
Obituary 2 - W. H. Cooper, east of Cassville died Friday morning of consumption after a lingering illness of many months. He was a painter and followed his trade about Cassville for a number of years. He was a skilled workman and a good citizen. He leaves a widow and four children. His body was buried at the Quaker Cemetery Saturday.

Contributed on 3/25/19

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Record #: 818414

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Submitted: 3/25/19 • Approved: 3/25/19 • Last Updated: 3/28/19 • R818414-G0-S3

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