Hampton Harmon Cosper

Hampton Harmon Cosper

Death 2 Dec 1903 (aged 85)
Burial Fort Chadbourne, Coke County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID 30776141 · View Source
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Hampton Harmon Cosper migrated to Collin Co., Texas in 1854 by wagon. He served in Captain John R. Brisco's Company, 16th Regiment, Texas Calvary. during the Civil War.

Information Contributed by LoRetta Hughes.

Hampton Harmon was a son of George Henry Cosper and Martha Elizabeth Knapp Cosper. He and his first wife, Eliza Carolina Smith Cosper, moved to Texas from Randolph Co., Alabama circa 1854. They had fifteen children during their marriage. After Eliza's death, he married a young widow, Anna Pandora "Dora" Trammel Worley, who had one child from her prior marriage. They had five children during their marriage.

Link to the memorials for two of Hampton and Dora's daughters, which are managed by other Find A Grave volunteers:

Dora Minerva Cosper Dunbar

Dophina Waliska Cosper Beavers

Information Contributed by Sarah Joyce Gibbs Johnson.


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  • Maintained by: Sarah Johnson
  • Originally Created by: LoRetta Hughes
  • Added: 22 Oct 2008
  • Find A Grave Memorial 30776141
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  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Hampton Harmon Cosper (11 May 1818–2 Dec 1903), Find A Grave Memorial no. 30776141, citing Fort Chadbourne Cemetery, Fort Chadbourne, Coke County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Sarah Johnson (contributor 47287914) .