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Items associated with name 'Cooper Family'

Caleb Calvin Cooper Family History collection

by Cooper, Caleb Calvin (1916 – 1961)

2 folders (0.02 linear feet)

The Caleb Calvin Cooper Family History Collection contains two items relating to the Cooper family. Included are a class photograph of Oakland School in 1916 and a journal written by Caleb Calvin Cooper when he was 87, recollecting his family's history in and around Surry, Virginia. Several people in the photograph are identified by a note card on the back of the mat board: Philip Cooper, William Cooper, Caleb Cooper, Joshua Cooper, teacher Mae Reddish and Charlotte Cooper.

Associated Subjects: Cooper Family
Identifier: 2007.110
Repository: Local History Archives
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Phillips, Cooper, Roberts Families collection

by Unknown (1634 – 1992)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

The Phillips, Cooper, Roberts Family History Collection contains photographs and genealogical information on the Phillips, Cooper, and Roberts families. Included are three pictures of the Cooper family with corresponding birth and death dates. The collection also contains family reunion pamphlets, an invitation and picture of Aunt Blossom's 95th birthday party, a marriage certificate, and postcards. There is also genealogical biographies for the three families.

Associated Subjects: Cooper Family • Phillips Family • Roberts Family • Genealogy
Identifier: 2011.026
Repository: Local History Archives
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Samuel Dawson family papers

by Dawson, Samuel (1783 – 1920)

1 box (0.5 linear feet)

The Samuel Dawson family papers document the activities of Dawson of Virginia and his descendants before, during and after the Civil War from 1783-1920 with the bulk of the material dating from 1861-1868. Materials include legal judgment and the estate inventory of Samuel Dawson, a receipt for horses sold to the Confederacy by Samuel A. Dawson, a diary written by Charles G. Dawson documenting his experience in the Gettysburg campaign, a record of family slaves, a handwritten cookbook and a travel account from Philadelphia to Fauquier, Va. by Henrietta Horner Wyeth during the 1860s as well as Dawson and Cooper family histories. Also included is a handwritten constitution for the Society of the Cincinnati and an abstracts of correspondence from General Thomas Jesup from his campaigns in Florida during the Seminole Wars.

Identifier: 2013.093
Repository: Local History Archives
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