|Death: ||May 25, 1933|
Willows Journal, Friday, 26 May 1933, Page 1:
Mrs. Martha Cooper, 71, Pioneer of County Dead
Mrs. Martha Cooper, 71, who in point of residence is one of Glenn County's oldest residents, died last night at the county hospital.
A native of Chrome, Mrs. Cooper had resided in Willows for the past 23 years, and was widely known throughout the county.
Besides her husband, J.O. Cooper of Chrome, she is survived by four children, L. E. Cooper of Chrome, Frank Cooper of Weed, Mrs. A. J. Zumwalt of Berkeley and George Cooper of Willows, and two brothers George Cooper of Orland and James Cooper of San Francisco.
The body is at the Sweet funeral home. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Millsaps cemetery near Chrome by Rev. H. S. Saxby of the Christian church here.
Mrs. Cooper was a member of the Native Daughters and Rebekahs.
Glenn Transcript, Thursday, 1 June 1933:
Mrs. Martha Cooper Has Passed Away
Mrs. Martha Cooper, 71, passed away last Thursday night at the county hospital. She was a native of Chrome and resided in Willows for the past 23 years.
Surviving are her husband J. O. Cooper of Chrome, and four children: L. E. Cooper of Chrome, Frank Cooper of Weed, Mrs. A. J. Zumwalt of Berkeley and George Cooper of Willows.
Funeral services were held at the Sweet funeral home last Saturday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. H. S. Saxby. Interment was in the Millsaps cemetery. – Transcribed by E.
George Washington Millsaps (1822 - 1905)
Elizabeth Dunn Millsaps (1826 - 1884)
James Oliver Cooper (1857 - 1936)*
s/w J.O. Cooper ~~ Parental links provided by Contributor #47224652.
Note: Martha Ann Millsaps married James Oliver Cooper in 1878. (Ancestry.com US and Internationl Marriage records 1560-1900)
Created by: A Canon
Record added: Feb 23, 2007
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