Anne <I>Clarke</I> Hooper


Anne Clarke Hooper

Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, USA
Death 30 May 1795 (aged 52)
Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina, USA
Burial Burial Details Unknown
Memorial ID 201803657 View Source
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Date & place of birth not verified from family data.

Name: Anne Clark
Gender: Female
Birth Place: NC
Birth Year: 1744
Spouse Name: William Hooper
Birth Place: MA
Spouse Birth Year: 1742
Year: 1767
Marriage State: NC
Number Pages: 1
(U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900)

Name: Ann Clarke
Gender: Female
Spouse: William Cooper
Marriage Date: 16 Aug 1767
City: Boston
County: Suffolk
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0818093-0818095.
(Massachusetts, Compiled Marriages, 1633-1850)

Name: Anne Clark
Spouse: William Hooper
Parents: Thomas Clark, Barbara Murray
Birth Place: New Hanover, Wilmington, NC
Birth Date: 1744
Death Place: Orange, NC
Death Date: 1795
(Family Data Collection, Individual Records)

Date & place of death not verified from family data.

Name: Anne Hooper
Probate Date: 1795
Probate Place: Orange, North Carolina
Inferred Death Year: Abt 1795
Inferred Death Place: North Carolina
Item Description: Original Wills 1663-1978 Cate, Barnard - Latta, Joseph
Table of Contents 4 images
Cover Page 1
Will Papers 2–3
Cover Page 4
(North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998)

(transcribed with difficulty)

I Anne Hooper of the State of North Carolina inhabitant
of Hillsborough in the County of Orange. Being sound in mind do
write this my last Will with my own hand hoping that whatever unaccu-
vicies my Children may find n it. It will not lead them into disputes
but settle amicably any little errors that my ignorance may lead me into

First I give & bequest to my beloved son William Hooper a third
part of my lauded property his Fathers ...& book Care a boy called Julius
a Mulatto. another names July son of Tom & Tom son of Lavinia to his his
& four salt cellars.

To my dearest daughter Elizabeth Walters I give & bequest one
third part of my lauded property et mulatto Woman named Peggy & her
son Frank a Punch Ladle my dressing Table a Chair & Screen of my own
working et Feather Bed & Vallenses to her .... Heris & assigns. Excepting
Peggy & France whom at her decease. I desire may be given to my dear grand
son Henry Walters.

To my dear Son Thomas Hooper I leave the other third part
of my lauded property, et Negro Woman named Hannah a boy name Sam
& a girl called Betsie. Son & daughter of Lavinia. Twelve large spoons
twelve tea spoons a soup ladle sugar tongs & tea strainer. my Desk a Feather
Bed & Valliasses to him hie Heirs & assignes.

To Lavinia at my death I bequest her Freedom with a cow & calf.

The remainder of the household furniture stock Negros
& Horses my Children will divide among as best suits their conveniences
without quarrels.

Written with my own Hand the thirty first day of March in
the year one thousand seven hundred & ninety three at Hyon ham
Anne Hooper

I appoint my Sons William & Thomas Hooper Executive &
Daughter Elizabeth Walters Executive April fifth one thousand
hundred & ninety three.
Anne Hooper

Children of William & Anne Hooper:
Obadiah Hooper (1760-1803)
Absalom Hooper (1764-1845)
Richard Hooper (1765-1804)
William Hooper, Jr. (Aug 31, 1768-1804)
Elizabeth Hooper (1770-1844)
Clemmons S. Hooper (1770-1878)
Thomas Hooper (1772-1804)
Andrew Hooper (1772- )

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  • Added: 4 Aug 2019
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