Thomas Cooper

Thomas Cooper
June 19, 1839 – May 14, 1910

1860 Residence: Owensville, Sampson County, NC

Military Record
March 12, 1862 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
46th North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
September 14, 1862 – Captured at Fredericksburg, VA
Confined at Fort Delaware, DE
October 2, 1862 – Paroled and transferred to
Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA
November 10, 1862 – Exchanged
January-February, 1863 – Returned to Duty
July 25, 1864 – Sent to hospital at Fayetteville, NC
November 6, 1864 – Furloughed for sixty days
March 31, 1865 – Captured at Hatcher’s Run, VA
Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 26, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Dixon Cooper 1799 – 1887
Mary Crumpler 1809 – 1886

Siblings
Sarah Ann Cooper 1834
James Cooper 1838 – 1862        20th NC Co F
Elizabeth Cooper 1838
Margaret Cooper 1840 – 1919
Martha Jane Cooper 1842
Adolphus Cooper 1844 – 1895
Erastus R. Cooper 1845 – 1935     2nd Bat NC Local Def, Co B
Alman F. Cooper 1850 – 1935
Mary Elmyra Cooper 1851 – 1931
Leonidas Cooper 1857 – 1943
Algenon Cooper 1858

Wife
Sarah Judson Autry 1844 – 1927

Children
Georgia Cooper 1876 – 1975
Juanita W. Cooper 1879
Flora McDonald Cooper 1883 – 1961

Burial
Green Hill Cemetery
Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Thomas Cooper Grave

Thomas Cooper Grave