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Joseph Augustus Cooper

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Joseph Augustus Cooper (1878- ) of Morris and Cooper

1878 January 16th. Born in Birmingham the son of George Randle Cooper, Ironmonger, and his wife Sophia Hannah

1901 Living at 11 Frenchay Road, Oxford: Sophia H. Cooper (age 53 born Birmingham), Widow. With her four children; Joseph A. Cooper (age 23 born Birmingham), Cycle maker - Own Account; Gertrude S. Cooper (age 21 born Oxford); George F. Cooper (age 19 born Oxford), Assistant Hardware Stores; and Arthur B. Cooper (age 18 born Oxford), Compositor's Apprentice. One servant.[1]

1911 Living at 31 Bainton Road, Oxford: Joseph Augustus Cooper (age 33 born Birmingham), Motor Car Mechanic. With his wife Amy Cooper (age 30 born Fulham).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census