|Birth: ||Feb. 27, 1811|
|Death: ||Dec. 29, 1858|
He served in the Black Hawk War.
He was a son of George Washington Cooper and Elizabeth Douglass. He married Eleanor Goodin on April 30, 1835 in Martinsburg Township, Pike County, Illinois.
Asa D. Cooper, was born in Kentucky and was a son of George W. Cooper, who removed from Tennessee to Kentucky and afterward to Illinois, settling in Pike county. He took up his abode here at a very early day, probably about 1832. It was in this county that Asa D. Cooper was married to Miss Eleanor Gooden, whose birth occurred in Saline county, Missouri, and who was a daughter of Robert Gooden, one of the early settlers of Pike county, who removed from Tennessee to Missouri and afterward to Illinois. Following his marriage Asa Cooper located on a farm in Martinsburg township, opening up a new tract of land. Later he sold that property and developed another farm, whereon he reared his family and spent his last years, his death occurring December 29, 1858. His wife passed away March 29, 1854.
Eleanor Goodin Cooper (1818 - 1854)
John Henry Cooper (1836 - 1914)*
Mary Elizabeth Cooper Butler (1839 - 1906)*
Susan Cooper Roberts (1840 - 1925)*
George William Cooper (1845 - 1853)*
James Miller Cooper (1850 - 1942)*
Created by: Kathy Robinson
Record added: Oct 08, 2011
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