J Hooper

(3 March 1727/28 - )
     J Hooper was christened on 3 March 1727/28 in Sprouston, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Henry or Harry Hooper and Elspeth Malcolm.

Jack Hooper

(1892 - 1961)
     Jack Hooper was born in 1892 in Deniliquin, New South Wales. He was the son of Charles Henry Hooper and Margaret Dickson.
     Jack Hooper was mentioned in the will of Jack Hooper dated between 3 May 1940 and 13 December 1940. He was mentioned in a letter from Sydney Benjamin Hooper dated 5 December 1958. Sydney B Hooper asks his nephew Ashby Hooper to send a Christmas cheque and any light cast off clothing for Jack Hooper who is "living a dull, restricted existence associated with his lady friends".
     Jack died in 1961 in Brisbane, Queensland.

James Hooper

(21 July 1771 - 19 March 1832)
     James Hooper was born on 21 July 1771 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of John Hooper and Mary Fawler. James Hooper was christened on 1 September 1771 in St Marylebone, Westminster. He was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, on 25 May 1802. James Hooper son of John Hooper, Citizen and Founder of London was made free by patrimony... copy 1766, born 1771.
     James Hooper was mentioned in the will of John Benjamin Hooper dated 22 June 1807. James was on the stock exchange, in London.
     Administration of the estate of John Hooper was granted to James Hooper, on 10 February 1820 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury John Hooper Esquire, £3000. On the tenth day of February Admon of the goods chattels and credits of John Hooper late of Bentinck Street Manchester Square in the parish of St Marylebone in the county of Middlesex Esq. widower deceased was granted to James Hooper one of the natural and lawful children of the said deceased having been first sworn duly to administer.
     Conveyance (Lease & Release) of freehold properties, with covenant to levy a fine, and covenant to surrender copyhold properties, for £1,500 . 1,2 Nov. 1820
(a) James Hooper of Bentinck Street, St. Marylebone (co. Midd.), esq. (nephew and heir at law of Thomas Fawler, as in Add Mss 5302, decd.), Robert Hooper of Saville Street, Westminster [co. Midd.], doctor of physic, and w. Elizabeth Ann, William Hooper of Finchley (co. Midd.), esq., and w. Mary, George Henry Hooper of Bloomsbury Square (co. Midd.), esq. (also nephew and heir according to the custom of the borough and manor of New Shoreham of said Thomas Fawler), and w. Margaret Brewse (which said James Hooper, Robert Hooper, William Hooper, and George Henry Hooper, together with Rev. Thomas Poole Hooper of Sompting, clerk, who alone became entitled under the will of Thomas Poole of New Shoreham, esq., decd., and John Benjamin Hooper, decd., were the only children of Mary Hooper, decd., w. of John Hooper late of New Shoreham, esq., and before of Oxford Street [in St. Marylebone (co. Midd.)], linen draper, decd., only sister and heiress at law of said Thomas Fawler), (b) said Thomas Poole Hooper, (c) said George Henry Hooper, (d) Nicholas Roberts of New Shoreham, gent. (a trustee appointed by (c))
I. Five freehold messuages in a street called Rope Walk Lane in the several tenures or occupations of George Hamilton, Thomas King, William Wingfield, James Bungard and George Munn, with the yard or garden behind the same; three freehold messuages called Sussex Place, lately built, at the back or W. part of and adjoining to the messuages before described, in the several tenures or occupations of William Stace, John Parsons and George Bay, clerk, with the yard or court in front, and which properties before described abut to the said street called Rope Walk Lane on E., to a piece of copyhold land formerly called the Lord's Garden on S., and to a freehold field called the Bayfield on W. and N., and are the first messuage and the piece of land called the Garden listed in Add Mss 5308; freehold croft or piece of land called the Bayfield in the tenure or occupation of John Gates, butcher, abutting partly to the said Lord's Garden, partly to the said messuages before described and partly to the said street called the Rope Walk Lane on E., to the carpenter's yard, hereinafter described, on S., to the high road leading from the town of New Shoreham to Shoreham Bridge on W., and to copyhold field or piece of land called Dukes Croft on N., and freehold carpenter's yard in the tenure or occupation of Richard Puttick and abutting partly to a garden belonging to Joseph Tillston and partly to the garden hereinafter described and in occ. of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown on E., to the said land called the Bayfield on N., and to the said high road on W., and which field called the Bayfield the carpenter's shop are the property described as the Bayfield in Add Mss 5308; three messuages with the garden behind the same in the said street called Rope Walk Lane in the several tenures or occupations of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown, abutting to the said street on E. to [blank] on S., to the said piece of land called the Lord's Garden on N., and to the said carpenter's yard on w., and is the property described as the messuage in the possession of Clement Freeman in Add Mss 5308; messuage with the yard, backside, garden, orchard, stable and coach house in Saint John's Street in the tenure or occupation of (c), abutting to the street or lane called [blank] on E., to a garden belonging to (c), and lately belonging to Miss Hannah Roberts and [blank] Jones 'respectively' on N., partly toa messuage and garden belonging to Benjamin Tillston in occ. of John Davis and partly to [blank] on S., and to the said street called Saint John's Street on W., and which property formerly consisted of three messuages with the backside and garden, and is the property described as messuage in the possession of Walter Sawyers, and two messuages and croft called Swancroft, in Add Mss 5308; messuage and carpenter's shop with the deal yard behind, on S. side of the High Street in the tenure or occupation of George Tate, abutting to messuage and yard also in occ. of said George Tate on E., to the said High Street on N., to the harbour of New Shoreham on S., and to a lane leading from said High Street to the harbour on W., and is the property described as the messuage with the workshop adjoining in Add Mss 5308: all in New Shoreham. (Some properties are particularly described as in the borough of New Shoreham)
Two messuages or cottages and gardens in Old Shoreham in the tenure or occupation of Stow Stent and William Patching, abutting to a garden belonging to Harry Bridger, esq., in occ. of John Ratcliff, on W. and S., partly to a house and garden belonging to James Churcher, in occ. of John Ratcliff, and partly to a field belonging to said Harry Bridger, on E., and partly to the high road and partly to a garden also belonging to said Harry Bridger on N., and which is the property described as in Old Shoreham in Add Mss 5308
Messuage and lands, etc., in Cowfold, as in Add Mss 5308 (but now called Peacocks and in the tenure or occupation of Charles White, esq.)
II. Three undivided fourth parts of field or piece of land (2a.) called the Rope Tackle Field, is occ. of Thomas Tidey, abutting to a garden belonging to Messrs. Ward and occupied by William Ratcliff on S., by [sic] piece of land called the Rope Tackle on W., and the high road leading from the town of New Shoreham to Shoreham Bridge on E. and N., and held by the annual rent of 3s. 0d; of field or piece of land (2a.) called the Dukes Croft in occ. of John Gates, butcher, abutting to the lane or walk called the Rope Walk on E., to the high road on N. and W., and to the piece of freehold land called the Bayfield, hereinbefore described, on S., and held by the annual rent of 4s. 0d; of piece of land called the Lord's Garden, now enclosed with, and lying on E. side of, the said piece of freehold land called the Bayfield, running in a direct line from S.W. corner of the freehold yard or court in front of the three messuages hereinbefore described to be in the several tenures or occupations of William Stace, John Parsons and George Bay to N.W. corner of the freehold garden hereinbefore described to be in the several tenures or occupations of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown, and abutting to the said street called the Rope Walk Lane on E., to said messuages and gardens in occ. of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown on S., to said court or yard in front of the three messuages in occs. of William Stace, John Parsons and George Bay on N., and to said field called Bayfield on W., and held by the annual rent of 3s. 4d; piece of land (2a.) formerly called the Upper Rope Tackle Field, in occ. of John Ratcliff, and held by the annual rent of 2s. 0d., and piece of land, formerly part of the waste, but now enclosed with and forming part of the said Upper Rope Tackle Field, and held by the annual rent of 2d., which said piece of land called the Rope Tackle Field abuts to piece of land called the Flow Mead lately belonging to John Rice on W., to field belonging to Messrs. Ward and in occ. of John Tillstone on N., and to the high road on E. and S.: all held of the borough and manor of New Shoreham, and formerly the estate of said Thomas Fawler, decd., being the properties to which he was admitted at a court baron held on 17 Mar. 1779
Conveyance of the properties in I, being freehold, from said James Hooper, Robert Hooper, William Hooper and (b), according to their respective interests, and by direction of (c), and from (c), to (d), to the use of such persons [and] for such estates as (c) shall appoint, and in default of such appointment to the use of (c) for life, and then to the use of his heirs and assigns; the fine to be levied from (a) to (d): and quitclaim by (b) to said James Hooper, Robert Hooper, William Hooper and (c), of the properties in II, being copyhold, and covenant by said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper to surrender these properties to (c). The consideration paid by (c) to said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper
Recites: (i) that by virtue of Add Mss 5308 - 5310, the properties in I above were conveyed to the use of such persons and for such estate as said Thomas Fawler should appoint; (ii) that said Thomas Fawler was seised of an estate of inheritance in the properties in II above: (iii) the will of said Thomas Fawler Add Mss 5302; (iv) the death of said Thomas Fawler leaving said Mary Hooper his only sister and heiress at law, and the proving of his will in P.C.C. Add Mss 5302; (v) that said Anna Fawler died on 7 June 1786; (vi) the deaths of said Mary Hooper on 13 Nov. 1802 and of said John Hooper on 1 Jan.1820; (vi) that there was issue of the marriage of said John and Mary Hooper six children, viz. said James Hooper (the eldest son and heir at law), Robert Hooper, William Hooper, (c), (b), and said John Benjamin Hooper, decd; (vii) that said Thomas Poole Hooper became entitled to freehold estates under the will of Thomas Poole, esq., decd. Add Mss 5376; (viii) that said John Benjamin Hooper died on 16 June 1808, having attained the age of 21, intestate, leaving said James Hooper his eldest brother and heir at law, and (c) his youngest brother and customary heir according to the custom of the borough and manor of New Shoreham; (ix) that said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper lately contracted with (c) for the sale of their shares of the above properties for £1,500, viz. the freehold for £1,180 and the copyhold for £320; (x) that, in order that the entirety of the freehold properties may be assured to the above uses, (c) has determined to concur in conveying them to (d), as above, and (b) has agreed to become a party thereto
Signatures and seals of all parties
Witnesses, to the signatures of (a) and (c) - Thomas Prance, W. Watts [both of] 24 Bedford Row; to that of (b) - Charles Marshall, Thomas B. Baker, [both of] Steyning; to that of (c) - Robert Upperton, solicitor, Steyning
[The Release Add Mss 5313) is enclosed with memorandum about the sale of the lands at Cowfold, as endorsed on Add Mss 5309]
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     Lease of property at 14 Bentinck Street, St Marylebone, from James Hooper to Henry Russell.
      Final Concord (counterparts) Hilary Term 1822: Nicholas Roberts, plt. v. James Hooper, Robert Hooper and w. Elizabeth Ann, William Hooper and w. Mary, and George Henry Hooper and w. Margaret Brewse, defs
Seventeen messuages, three stables, two coach houses, two workshops, two warehouses, fourteen curtilages, six orchards, six gardens, and 20a. land in New Shoreham, Old Shoreham and Cowfold
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     James Hooper made a will dated 27 May 1829 in St Marylebone, Westminster . This is the last will and testament of me James Hooper of no.13 Bentinck St Marylebone, late of the Stock Exchange Gentleman I give and bequeath unto my brother Thomas Poole Hooper £300 I give and bequeath unto each of my nephews and nieces £50 also £50 unto each of my sisters in law I give and bequeath unto Sophia Ball wife of William Ball (my cousin) £20 I give and bequeath unto my servant Caroline Eaton ... my brothers Robert Hooper, William Hooper and George Henry Hooper my executors ... dated 27 May 1829 ... with codicil dated 10 March 1832.
     He presumably sold the Shoreham property. See http://www.shorehambysea.com/shoreham-guide/history/1786-john-butlers-shoreham-sketch-examined.htmlfor a description and drawings of the old Poole mansion house which was demolished for the new Customs House which later became the town hall. The site links to a sketch & maps of Shoreham in 1786 &1789. He added a codicil to his will on 10 March 1832. .
     James died on 19 March 1832 in Bentinck St, St Marylebone, Westminster, aged 60. He was buried on 27 March 1832 in the side chapel of St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham, Sussex.
     His will was proved on 22 May 1832 at PCC.

James Hooper

(14 June 1739 - 15 December 1813)
     James Hooper was christened on 14 June 1739 in Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland. James, son of Robert Hopper & Mergery Dauson. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Margery Dawson. James was a mercer in 48 & 149 New Bond St, London, England. Atwick & Hooper were mercers at Coventry Cross in New Bond St, from 1763, being succeeded in 1788 by James Hooper at the Coventry Cross, no. 149 New Bond St. [Signboards of old London shops by Sir Ambrose Heal, 1947]. He was a mercer at 48 New Bond St from 1776 to 1788, and at 149 New Bond St from 1789-1804 (10?), his business being called The Coventry Cross. The 1790 Universal British Directory lists him as mercer, 149 New Bond St. He and John Elphick Fawler witnessed John Hooper and Mary Fawler's wedding on 27 February 1769 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, England.
     James Hooper married Katherine Saxon, daughter of John Saxon and Katherine Kidwell, on 23 December 1775 in St George, Hanover Square, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
     James Hooper made a will dated 27 March 1811.
     James died on 15 December 1813 in Soho, Westminster, England, aged 74. 15 Dec. Full of years, and rich in good works, like a shock of corn in due season, calm, gentle and resigned, of an inveterate pulmonary complaint, James Hooper, esq. For many years, this gentleman conducted a large business as a mercer in Bond St., with great reputation and profit; latterly, he had retired to his house in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea; but he died at a friend's residence in the vicinity of his own antient dwelling. He lived with the general regard of all who knew him: his decease has converted the fondness of familiar esteem into the veneration of heartfelt regret. His good name will flourish among his valuable and numerous descendants.
     His will was proved on 31 December 1813 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of James Hooper and Katherine Saxon

James Hooper

(8 January 1779 - )
     James Hooper was christened on 8 January 1779 in Ednam, Roxburghshire. Robert Hooper, tenant in Edinmouth & Elisabeth Archbald his spouse had a son baptised named James. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Elisabeth Archbald.

James Hooper

(8 July 1782 - 20 November 1861)
     James Hooper was born on 8 July 1782 in London, England. He was the son of James Hooper and Katherine Saxon. James Hooper was christened on 29 August 1782 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster.
     James Hooper married Sophia Richman before 1813. James was a merchant, residing in Peckham, Camberwell, in 1822.
     James Hooper and Sophia Richman appeared on the 1841 census in Deptford Lane, Peckham, Camberwell, St Giles, Surrey. James Hooper, 58, merchant, Sophia Hooper 57, Katherine 28, Henry 20, Frances 15, Ellen 15, Alfred 15, John 14, parents not born in county but the children were.
     James Hooper lived at Bath Place, Peckham, Surrey, from 1845.
     James Hooper and Sophia Richman were recorded on the 1851 census in 'Acorn House', Queens Rd, Peckham, Surrey, England. James Hooper, head, married, 68, retired general merchant, born St George Hanover Sq. Mdx; Sophia R Hooper, wife, 67, born St Albans, Herts; Frances 28, Ellen 28, unmarried daughters, born Camberwell, Surrey, Alfred D son unmarried 27, insurance broker's clerk, do; John R son unmarried 24, clerk out of employment, do; Ann Eades, servant unmarried 28 cook, b. Hailly Row, Hunts; Sarah Marshall do. 25 housemaid, born Uckfield Ssx.
     James Hooper made a will dated 15 May 1854 in Peckham, Surrey. His will with codicils mentions his wife Sophia Richman Hooper, 2 freehold messuages or tenements in Bath Place in Peckham, parish of St Giles, Camberwll (where I now reside), also leasehold etc no. 20 Conduit St, in the parish of St George Hanover Square Middlesex held unto a lease from the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London ... my sons Henry Hooper now residing in Lyndhurst Rd in the parish of Camberwell and Alfred Dawson Hooper now residing at Bromley in Kent ... divided among my children James Hooper now or lately residing in Shanghai in China, William Hooper now or lately residing the Republic of Mexico, said Henry and Alfred and John Rossi Hooper now or lately residing at Port Philip in Australia, Katherine the wife of George Scott Keys and Frances & Ellen Hooper now residing with me ... my niece Harriot Hooper daughter of my deceased brother Charles, niece Clara Anna Hooper daughter of my deceased brother Robert Saxon Hooper ... He was an executor of Nathaniel Hooper's estate on 1 April 1858 in the Principal Probate Registry, London. James Hooper added a codicil to his will on 9 November 1858. Dated 9 Nov 1858 & 12 Sep 1860 notes that his wife died 13 Oct last and his daughter Katherine, the wife of George Scott Keys died 4 Oct 1857 ... to my niece Louisa Cann ... 7 pictures given to him by his late aunt Mrs Susannah Saxon.
     James Hooper appeared on the 1861 census in 14 Bath Place, Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey. James Hooper head, widower, aged 78, retired merchant, born London; Frances Hooper, daughter, unmarried, 38, born Peckham; Ellen 38, ditto, Alfred D Hooper, son married 37, merchant, born Peckham; Elizabeth Matthews, nurse, unmarried, born Devon; and a cook and housemaid. He added a codicil to his will on 20 June 1861. Stating his son John Rossi Hooper had lately returned to England from China and now residing with me ....
     James died on 20 November 1861 in Bath Place, St George, Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey, aged 79.
     His will was proved on 18 December 1861 at PPR. His will with 3 codicils (effects under £30,000) was proved by Alfred Dawson Hooper of Bromley, Kent and John Rossi Hooper of 5 Bushey Hill Tce Camberwell, Sry, gents, sons, executors.
     In the list of Gt Western Railway shareholders: Exhibited: Proprietor: James Hooper, late of Peckham Surrey, date of decease; Nov 20 1861, probate 16 Dec 1861. Executors: Alfred Dawson Hooper & John Rossi Hooper, of 40 Old Broad Street, with reservation to Hy Hooper, a son of deceased.

Children of James Hooper and Sophia Richman

James Hooper

(before 1820 - after 1861)
     James Hooper was born before 1820 in England. A James Hooper, son of James & Sophia was baptised on both 16 September 1832 and 20 June 1841 at Epsom, Surrey. He is not listed with the family in the June 1841 census. He was the son of James Hooper and Sophia Richman.
     James Hooper lived at Shanghai, China, 1854.
     James died after 1861.

James Hooper

(29 April 1732 - )
     James Hooper was christened on 29 April 1732 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Alexander Hooper and Isabel Watson.

James Hooper

(29 March 1758 - )
     James Hooper was christened on 29 March 1758 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Janet Ker.

James Hooper

(before 1680 - )
     James Hooper was born before 1680.
     James Hooper married Margaret Frazer on 18 November 1699 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire, Scotland.

Children of James Hooper and Margaret Frazer

James Hooper

(1 August 1653 - )
     James Hooper was christened on 1 August 1653 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Henry Hooper and Margaret Donaldson.

James Hooper

(1797 - 26 June 1841)
     James Hooper was born 1792-1800. He died after 1840.
He is assumed to be the second of the three sons, because he was named after eldest child William in the 1812 will of their uncle Gavin Alves (1812). Death date is set after 1828, the publication date ofBiography of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, by John Sanderson and Robert Waln, 2nd ed. pp 109-130 of vol. 5. Biography says "there are still living three children of his eldest son William; viz, William ..; Thomas, a lawyer; and James; a merchant; the two last, residents of Fayetteville." James Hooper was not named in the 1817 will of his stepfather Joseph Caldwell. James H. Hooper is listed on the Cumberland County 1830 and 1840 censuses, living at Fayetteville. James was a merchant. He was born in 1797 in USA. He was the son of William Hooper and Helen Hogg.
     James Hooper married Margaret Broadfoot in Fayetteville, Cumberland county, North Carolina, USA. They had no issue..
     James died on 26 June 1841 in Fayetteville, NC, USA.

James Hooper

(5 August 1847 - )
     James Hooper was born on 5 August 1847 in 28 St John's Street, Clerkenwell, London. He was the son of John James Hooper and Sarah Elizabeth Horder. James Hooper was christened on 21 September 1847 in St James, Clerkenwell, London. James and Robinah were listed as the children of John James Hooper in the 1851 census in St John Street, Brewhouse Yard, Clerkenwell, London, Middlesex. James, Robinah, Sarah, Walter, Emily, Frank and Charles were listed as the children of John James Hooper in the 1861 census in 2 Hill-Martin Villas West, Islington.

James Hooper

(before April 1864 - )
     James Hooper was born before April 1864 in Hoxton, London. He was the son of John James Hooper and Sarah Elizabeth Horder. James Hooper was listed as Walter Henry Hooper's brother in the 1881 census in 8 Rawstone Street, Clerkenwell, London.

James Brereton Hooper

(24 September 1869 - 10 April 1913)
     James Brereton Hooper was born on 24 September 1869 in Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of Rev Robert Poole Hooper and Harriet Brereton. James Brereton Hooper was christened on 28 October 1869 in St Nicholas, Brighton. George, Harriet, Augusta, Margaret, Herbert, Helen, William and James were listed as the children of Rev Robert Poole Hooper in the 1871 census in 29 Cambridge Rd, Hove, Sussex. Harriet, Margaret, Helen, Herbert, William and James were listed as the children of Rev Robert Poole Hooper in the 1881 census in 31 Cambridge Road, Hove, Sussex. James Brereton Hooper were listed as Rev Robert Poole Hooper's adult children in the 1901 census in 31 Cambridge Rd, Hove.
     James Brereton Hooper and Rev Robert Poole Hooper appeared on the 1911 census in Hove, Sussex. Robert Poole Hooper, head, 84, widower, clergyman C/E, born Bloomsbury London; son James B Hooper, 42. single born Hove, Margaret Ross Hooper, daugahter, 53. single, born Langham ... Norfolk, with 3 servants.
     James Brereton Hooper and Harriet Anna Hooper, Augusta Maude Hooper, Margaret Ross Hooper, Helen Elizabeth Hooper, Henry Brereton Hooper, William Barwick Hooper, Capt Herbert Ross Hooper and Lt Robert Poole Hooper were mentioned on 30 March 1912.
     James died on 10 April 1913 in Sussex, aged 43. He was buried in New Shoreham, Sussex, England. He was mentioned with his father in the memorial in the side chapel at St Mary le Haura.

James Havelock Hooper

(13 March 1858 - )
     James Havelock Hooper was born on 13 March 1858. He was the son of Dr William Wilberforce Hooper and Mary Jane Kearny.
     James Havelock Hooper married Frances Daughtry on 23 February 1880?.

Child of James Havelock Hooper and Frances Daughtry

James S Hooper

     James S Hooper was the son of Thomas Clark Hooper and Mary Elizabeth Stevenson.
     James S Hooper lived at Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina, USA, 1905.

Jan Hooper

(16 December 1682 - )
     Jan Hooper was christened on 16 December 1682 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Alexander Hooper and Margaret Houiston or Hallast.

Jane Anna Maria Hooper

(circa 1840 - )
     Jane Anna Maria Hooper was born circa 1840 in Devon, England.
     The marriage of Jane Anna Maria Hooper and Richard Leonard Hawkins was registered in Kingston RD, in the March 1872 quarter.
     Jane Anna Maria Hooper and Richard Leonard Hawkins appeared on the 1881 census in Hillside, Hastings, Sussex. Richard L Hawkins 33, coachbuilder employing 60 men, born Kensington; his wife Jane A Hawkins 40, born Stoke, Devon; Sarah Thomas 25 servant.

Janet Hooper

(3 August 1753 - )
     Janet Hooper was christened on 3 August 1753 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. She was the daughter of Robert Hooper and Janet Ker.

Janet Hooper

(7 October 1760 - )
     Janet Hooper was christened on 7 October 1760 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Hooper and Ann Roger.

Jean Hooper

(2 February 1781 - )
     Jean Hooper was born on 2 February 1781 in Ednam, Roxburghshire. She was the daughter of Robert Hooper and Elisabeth Archbald. Jean Hooper was christened on 8 February 1781 in Ednam.

Jessie Hooper

(7 August 1853 - )
     Jessie Hooper was born on 7 August 1853 in Lyndhurst Rd, Camberwell, Surrey. She was the daughter of Henry Hooper and Susannah Sanderson. Jessie Hooper was christened on 31 August 1853 in St Giles, Camberwell, Surrey. Sophia, Arthur, Mary, Jessie, Katherine and Frances were listed as the children of Henry Hooper in the 1861 census in Penshurst Place, St Giles parish, Camberwell, Surrey. Mary, Jessie, Katherine and Frances were listed as the children of Susannah Sanderson in the 1871 census in 2 Lyndhurst Place, Camberwell, Surrey.
     The marriage of Jessie Hooper and John Usher Davison was registered in Camberwell RD, Surrey, in the September 1875 quarter.
     Jessie Hooper and John Usher Davison appeared on the 1881 census in Seven Sisters Rd, Stanley House, Stoke Newington, St Mary, Middlesex. J U Davison 33 , provision merchant, born Limehouse, Mdx: his wife Jessie Davison 27, born Peckham; children Jessie Davison 4 ,John H Davison 2, Sydney H Davison 1, all born Hornsey, Mdx; Katherine Hooper 25, unmarried, sister in law, born Peckham; and two servants Frances Thurrell 20, Elizabeth A Miller 21.
     Jessie Hooper and John Usher Davison appeared on the 1891 census in Stoke Newington, Middlesex. John U Davison 43, provision merchant, born Stepney, wife Jessie Davison 37, born Peckham, Jessie M Davison 14, John H Davison 11, both born Hornsey, Hilda Davison, 8 , Lorna Davison 6, Reynold Davison 3, all 3 born Stoke Newington. Elizabeth Scott 34, Annie E Houghton 28, Florence Long 20, servants.

Children of Jessie Hooper and John Usher Davison

John Hooper

(6 December 1744 - 1 January 1820)
     John Hooper was christened on 6 December 1744 in Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland. John, son of Robert Hopper & Marjory Dawson, tenant in Edenmouth. The use of Jeffrey and Dawson as middle names support this. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Margery Dawson. John Hooper was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, on 4 February 1766. Tuesday the 4th day of February 1766 and in the sixth year of the reign of King George the Third...
This day Mr Chamberlain having presented unto this Court John Hooper to be made free of this City as the forty second of fifty granted unto him by this Court the 16th day of July 1765 to be applied towards the Discharge of the publick Debts of this City. It is ordered that the said John Hooper be admitted into the Freedom of this City by Redemption in the Company of Founders paying unto Mr Chamberlain for this City's Use the Sum of Forty six Shillings and eight pence.
At the side, son of Robt Hooper of Kelso in Scotland, farmer. John was a linen draper in 1768, London, England. From 1768-1772 he is described as a haberdasher at 150 Fleet Street, London in Kent's directories, Baldwins, Lowndes (1773), London & Payne's directories.
From 1774 to 1784 he was a linen draper at 140/149 Oxford St. Between 1775 and 1784 there was another John, linen draper at 17 Ludgate St, although this may have been a second shop.
1779 John Hooper, Linen draper, 149 Oxford St & " " linen draper, 17 Ludgate St & James H. mercer.
1780 (Kents) John Hooper, linen draper, 149 Oxford St; John Hooper, linen draper, 17 Ludgate St; James Hooper, mercer, 48 New Bond St.
In 1781 only the Ludgate St entry was listed in Bailey's Northern directory.
1782 (Loundes) James Hooper, mercer, 48 New Bond St.
1784 (Bailey's) John Hooper, linen draper, 149 Oxford St (this is his last entry in the commercial section); James Hooper, mercer 48 New Bond St, also a John Hooker, linen draper, 23 Cheapside & Ben Hooker, surgeon & apothecary, 7 Pimlico. He was listed in a directory dated from 1769 to 1771 as a haberdasher at 150 Fleet Street, London. There is also a John Hooker of 32 Cheapside in 1769-70. There was also a Samuel Hooper bookseller of Newchurch Strand 1770-72. Sam the bookseller moves to 25 Ludgate Hill and another Sam appears as a linen draper at 92 Newgate St in 1773.
     John Hooper married Mary Fawler, daughter of Capt John Fawler and Mary Poole, on 27 February 1769 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, England.
     John Hooper was mentioned in the will of Thomas Poole dated 28 October 1778.
John Hooper was declared bankrupt in June 1781. BANKRUPTS John Hooper, of Ludgate-Street, in the City of London, Linen-Draper. To appear June 12, 2.3, and July 10, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Lowten, Lamb's Buildings, Temple. He was listed in a directory dated 1782 as James Hooper, mercer at 48 New Bond St, London. Also John Hooker, linen draper, 23 Cheapside.
     Pursuant to a decreee of the High Court of Chancery in a cause Hooper against Hooper, the creditors of Thomas Fawler, late of Clapham, Surrye, esq., are forthwith ... to come and prove their debts... was published in the London gazette on 22 Dec 1789 and 6 July 1790.
     In 1791 John Hooper Esq, Bentinck St, was a subscriber to the "History of Georgina Neville, or, the Disinterested orphan, a novel". He was widowed on 13 November 1802 on the death of his wife Mary Fawler. John Hooper was listed in a directory dated from 1805 to 1808 as John Hooper Esquire at 13 Bentinck St, Manchester Square, St Marylebone. He appears in the court pages as of 13 Bentinck St, Manchester Square, and Shoreham Sussex.
     John died on 1 January 1820 in 13 Bentinck St, Manchester Square, St Marylebone, Westminster, aged 75. He was buried on 11 January 1820 in New Shoreham, Sussex. There is a memorial in the side chapel of St Mary le Haura.
     The administration of his estate was granted to James Hooper on 10 February 1820 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. John Hooper Esquire, £3000. On the tenth day of February Admon of the goods chattels and credits of John Hooper late of Bentinck Street Manchester Square in the parish of St Marylebone in the county of Middlesex Esq. widower deceased was granted to James Hooper one of the natural and lawful children of the said deceased having been first sworn duly to administer.
     John's grandson, the Rev Robert Poole Hooper was the author correspondence to a genealogist whose notes are held in the Society of Genealogists library. He makes the comment that the family came from Ednam and that they went to Scotland from Somerset as a result of the Monmouth rebellion. Rev R P Hooper claimed they were a branch of the Boveridge Hoopers but was unsuccessful at finding the link.

Children of John Hooper and Mary Fawler

John Hooper

(1 July 1777 - )
     John Hooper was christened on 1 July 1777 in Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Elisabeth Archbald.
     John Hooper married Helen Smith.

Children of John Hooper and Helen Smith

John Hooper

(2 April 1693 - )
     John Hooper was christened on 2 April 1693 in Stichill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Alexander Hooper and Isabel Hoggart.

John Hooper

(22 July 1676 - )
     John Hooper was christened on 22 July 1676 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire, Scotland. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Beatrice Trotter or Potter.
     John Hooper was mentioned on 28 May 1698.

John Hooper

(21 November 1703 - )
     John Hooper was christened on 21 November 1703 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire, Scotland. He was the son of James Hooper and Margaret Frazer.

John Hooper

(7 July 1706 - )
     John Hooper was christened on 7 July 1706 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire, Scotland. He was the son of James Hooper and Margaret Frazer.

John Hooper

(16 December 1720 - )
     John Hooper was christened on 16 December 1720 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Joseph Hooper and Janet Row.