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  • ID: I10737
  • Name: Charner Pinkney Cooper
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1830 in South Carolina
  • Death: 1871 in Montgomery AL, Civil War Soldier
  • Burial: They are found in 1860 Chambers County Alabama
  • Note:
    Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
    about Sarah Lee
    Name: Sarah Lee
    Spouse: Charner Cooper
    Marriage Date: 18 Dec 1845
    County: Chambers
    State: Alabama
    Performed By Title: Justice of the Peace
    Performed by Name: Jas Humpsy
    Comments: Handwritten note used
    Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

    moved to Montgomery county between 1860 and 1863. 1 Aug 1863 enlisted in N. H. Clayton's Battery Light Arty

    1870 United States Federal Census
    Name: C P Cooper
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1825
    Age in 1870: 45
    Birthplace: South Carolina
    Home in 1870: Township 14 Range 17, Montgomery, Alabama
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Value of real estate:
    View Image Alabama Civil War Service Database
    Last Name: Cooper
    Date of Birth:
    Birth Information:
    Date of Death:
    Death Information:
    Discharge Date:
    Discharge Information:
    Branch: Artillery
    Regimental Unit: Clanton's Battery
    Authority: Hospital Register of the General Hospital, Selma, Ala. Hospital Register No. 3866.
    First Name: Charner MI: P
    Enlistment Information: Private.
    Remarks: Complaint: Febris Intermittens. Date admitted: 1864/04/21
    Date returned to duty: 1864/05/06.
    *This command was organized at Pine Level, in Montgomery, June 1863, and composed of men from that and adjoining counties. Attached to Gen. Clanton's brigade, the battery was at Pollard and Mobile for some time, then in northeast Alabama and north Georgia. One section was engaged in a fight at Rome, and the battery fought at Girard, where the guns were captured. The surrender of the men soon followed.

    Captains-- N. H. Clanton of Macon.

    Lieutenants -- R. J. Swearingen of Macon. Henry Goldthwaite of Montgomery. Charles Howard of Macon.


    1870
    Post Office: Montgomery
    Household Members: Name Age
    C P Cooper 45
    Elvyra Cooper 27
    J H Cooper 33
    L V Cooper 19
    L S Cooper 17
    P C Cooper 8

    http://www.archives.state.al.us/civilwar/soldier.cfm?id=39772




    Father: Andrew Cooper b: 1782 in Found in 1830 census Fairfield SC next to George and Adam Cooper
    Mother: Alsey b: ABT 1785 in she is head of household 1840 Chambers AL census

    Marriage 1 Sara F Lee b: 1830 in Green County Georgia
    • Married: 1845 in Chambers County
    Children
    1. Has Children John Henry Cooper b: 1847
    2. Has Children Savilla Annie Cooper b: 1852
    3. Has Children Levi Benjamin Cooper b: 1859 in Chambers Alabama
    4. Has Children Pinkney Cunningham Cooper b: 1862
    5. Has Children Irvon Elmore Cooper b: 1884

    Marriage 2 Elveria Thornton b: 1843 in GA
    • Married: 1868 in Montgomery Alabama
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