Rev William Hooper

(5 March 1704 - 14 April 1767)
     Family Connections and Life of James Hooper Paper by Elizabeth Boyle in Filing Case A at the Maryland Historical Society online states: Mr. [James] Hooper was a great grandson of Reverend William Hooper whose history is as follows: William Hooper born in the neighborhood of Kelso an old and considerable town of south of Scotland and seems to have been of a family quite independent in character and connections. At the village of Edanham or Edenmouth about two miles from Kelso this William was born in the year 1702. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh immediately on his becoming (of) age and soon after emigrated to America. In Boston when he fixed his residence he married Miss Mary Dennie. Their engagement was recorded October 18, 1739 (Boston Marriages book 28 page 233). One history tells us she was the twin sister of John Dennie and another history records her as the daughter of John Dennie a prominent merchant of Boston. She was therefore the great granddaughter of James Dennie who died May 7, 1691 (born about 1641 and who was the same ancestor of James and Mary Dennie of Boston to whom a daughter was also born in 1666 named Mary. They were grandparents to John Dennie.“Spragues” Annals of the American Pulpit Vol. Page 123 gives the following history of William Hooper born in Scotland in 1702.
William Hooper came to this country a short time before his settlement here in the ministry. The West (Congregational) Church Boston was gathered on the third of June

1737 and on the same day Mr. Hooper was unanimously chosen its Pastor. He accepted the call and was ordained on the 18th day of May following. The sermon on the occasion was preached by himself. It is stated all the parts in the solemnities of the occasion were assigned by the church except one, that the minister and delegates claimed a right in the election of a person to give the right hand of fellowship.
Mr. Hooper continued in the exercise of his ministerial functions with great acceptance until the autumn of 1746 when without having given any previous intimation of his intentions he made a sudden transition to the Episcopal Church. The fact thus recorded by the Boston Evening Post of November 24 of that year: “Wednesday last the proprietors of Trinity Church in this town made choice of Reverend William Hooper (then settled Pastor of the church in west part of town) for their minister in the room of the Reverend Mr. Addington Davenport, deceased. Mr. Hooper immediately accepted the call and is going home for Orders in the Chester Man-of-War which we hear is to sail today or tomorrow. This event is the more surprising as Mr. Hooper had never signified his intention to any of his hearers nor was there the least difference between him and them and it is generally thought no minister was ever better respected and supported by his people than Mr. Hooper.

The ship in which Mr. Hooper embarked for England is said to have sailed on Sunday and it was natural that this circumstance should have been to his disadvantage especially by those who had no sympathy in the object contemplated by his voyage.” After receiving Episcopal ordination from Bishop Benson in 1747, He returned to Boston and was inducted to the Rectorship of Trinity Church on the 28th of August of that year. The first deacon of the West Church Mr. James Gouch accompanied his minister to his new ecclesiastical and died it is believed in the Communion of the Episcopal Church in 1786 at the age of ninety three. Mr. Hooper seems to have had an acceptable ministry in Trinity Church as he had previously had in the West Church and the agitation produced by his change of relations was not of long duration. His later pastoral connections continued for twenty years lacking four months. He dropped dead in his garden without any previous illness on Tuesday the 14th of April 1767. His funeral was attended on the Friday following and a sermon preached on that occasion by the Reverend William Walters from Rev. XIX, 13.. Rev William Hooper was christened on 5 March 1704 in Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland. Robert Hopper's son William baptised. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Mary Japhray.
     William matriculated at Edinburgh University, before 1723. He graduated 26 March 1723, MA.
     William Hooper was born in Scotland, in the year 1702, and soon after leaving the university of Edinburgh emigrated to America. He settled in Boston, where he became connected in marriage with the daughter of Mr John Dennie, a respectable merchant. Not long after his emigration, he was elected pastor of Trinity Church, in Boston, in which office, such were his fidelity and affectionate intercourse with the people of his charge, that long after his death he was remembered by them with peculiar veneration and regard . William was minister of the West Church at Boston, Massachusetts, USA, in 1737. He served as paster of a Congregational church and later as the second rector of Trinity Episcopal church in Boston from 1747-67.
See: http://www.hoopercompass.com/pubs/HC2_2011.pdf.
     Rev William Hooper married Mary Dennie on 18 October 1739 in Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts, USA.
     Rev William Hooper travelled in 1746 per the "The Hoopercompass website states: ... late in 1746, William Hooper set sail for England. The Boston Evening Post commented "It is generally thought no minister in the county was ever better respected and supported by his people."(11)
Hooper carried with him to London several testimonials about his character. One of the testimonials had been written by the royal governor. Unbeknownst to Hooper, his wardens, and vestry, another Boston churchman had tried to subvert the ordination. When word of the opposition in England reached Boston, the wardens and vestry held an emergency meeting on 21 May 1747: Several letters being read informing that Mr. Hooper who this Church hath presented to the Bishop of The vestry and wardens were incensed. They wrote to the Bishop in London insisting on the selection of Mr. Hooper, stating that they "found no cause to alter their said Choice." They likewise wrote to Mr. Hooper, promising to stand by him. They even enlisted the assistance of other churches. The letter
written by the King's Chapel Anglicans reveals the admiration Mr. Hooper commanded in Boston:
Boston N. E. June 5, 1747
May it please Your Lordship
Our Bretheren of Trinity Church being under great Dificultys & Discouragements by reason of Mr. William Hoopers Ordination being put off on account as we heare of some representations made of Him to your Lordship as a person whome Common Fame reports to be of bad Morals & Haveing desired Us to acquaint your Lordship of Mr. Hoopers Character so farr as we are able Since His first Setelment in Boston to his Departure last Fall We the Church Wardens & vestry of the Kings Chapell do Solemnly declare that we know not of any Imoralitys he has been charged with since he had been a Dissenting Teacher in this Town but that he has Maintained a very fair Character here, and from His constantly taking his Turn with the rest of the Teachers in this Town in the Weekly Lecture and the Great Love
& Esteem His people had for Him till he left them must be of the oppinion that He is a Gentelman of Good Morals …(12)
Long before the letters could reach England, Edmund Lord Bishop of London ordered Martyn, Lord Bishop of Gloucester, to ordain William Hooper into priestly orders. Then on 10 Jun 1747, the Bishop of London
licensed Reverend Hooper to preach and officiate in New England. Reverend Hooper immediately sought a return passage to Boston. The Trinity Church records note on 24 August 1747:
The Revd. Mr. William Hooper arrived in Health & Safety from England. Blessed be God.
Only four days later, the church's proprietors inducted Reverend Hooper. Although it was a Friday, there were
many other members of the congregation present. They saw Reverend Hooper perform his first "Divine Service according to the Rubrick & Liturgy of the Church of England" as Incumbent Minister of Trinity Church.(13) He continued his ministry in that church until his death. When Reverend Hooper went to England, his wife Mary remained in Boston. She was expecting another child and gave birth in the spring of 1747. So, the third son George Hooper was christened at Trinity Church on 15 May 1747, while his father was absent in England.
Not quite nine months after Reverend Hooper returned, he celebrated the birth of a daughter whom he named Mary. On 15 May 1748, he officiated at her christening. Youngest son Thomas was baptized on 7 April 1751.(14)
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Rev William Hooper emigrated on 7 July 1747 to New England, USA. Dobson quotes The Scots overseas, London 1966 and 'List of emigrant ministers to America 1690-1811. G Fothergill, London, 1904' in his books Directory of Scottish settlers in North America 1625-1825. This date contradicts his claim that he was minister in Boston in 1737 - hhowever this date is 'sh' and I'm not sure of its meaning.. William was the second rector of Trinity Episcopal church at Boston.
     William died The Reverend William Hooper had been pastor of the West Congregational Church since it was formed in 1737. Suddenly in 1747 he became an Episcopalian. He had been beloved and honored and everybody was taken by surprise. At once the proprietors of Trinity Church chose him to be their Rector and he went to England for orders. He retainedhis parish for twenty years and then died suddenly while walking in his garden. He changed partly because of the argument for Episcopacy, but mainly because of the more liberal theology. It does not seem strange to us that our second Rector was the father of one of the signers of the Declaration.”The Boston Evening Post of November 24, 1746 reported “Wednesday last, the proprietors of Trinity Church in this town made choice of Reverend William Hooper (then settled pastor of the Church in the west part of town) for their minister, in the room of the Reverend Mr. Addington Davenport, deceased. Mr. Hooper immediately accepted the call and is going home for Orders in the Chester Man of War, whichwe hear is to sail today or tomorrow. This event is the more surprising as Mr. Hooper had never signified his intention to any of his hearers, nor was there the least difference between him and them and it is generally thought no minister was ever better respected and supported by his people than Mr. Hooper.” William received Episcopal Ordination from the Bishop Benson of London. His Orders dated June 1747 existed thru 1894 much mutilated in this form:By or of these presents. We Martin by Divine po Glocester known unto all men that on of June (being Tuesday in Whitsunweek) in the year of Ou(r Lord) and seven hundred and forty seven, we the Bishop before in administering Holy Orders under the protection of the Alm of Chapel of St. James in Westminster did awarding eremonics of the Church of England admit Our beloved m Hooper, M.A. of Boston in New England to the H ests he being well recommended to us by our Right Rev Edmund Lord Bishop of London who certified to us his exam probation of the said William Hooper in regard to his age ng and Title and Having first before us taken the Oaths the Articles which are in this case by Laws required to b and subscribed – and that We did then and there duly and nominally ordain him Priest. In Testimony whereof We have used Our Episcopal Seal to be here unto affixed. Dated the Day and Year aforesaid, and in the thirteenth Year of our Consecration. M. (seal) GlocesterThis document may still be in the possession of William Hooper’s descendants at Wilmington, North Carolina.Reverend Hooper returned to Boston from London to begin service at Trinity Church on August 28, 1747. He had served there for 19 years and 8 months when he dropped dead in his garden (see above) without previous illness on Tuesday, April 14, 1767. The Reverend William Walters preached the sermon at his funeral the following Friday. on 14 April 1767 in Boston, Massachusetts, aged 63. He was buried in Trinity Church, Boston.

Children of Rev William Hooper and Mary Dennie

William Albert Hooper

(1879 - )
     William Albert Hooper was born in 1879 in Moor..., Victoria. He was the son of Thomas Hooper and Georgianna Grigg.

William Barwick Hooper

(before 17 April 1868 - September 1948)
     William Barwick Hooper's birth was registered in the quarter ending before 17 April 1868 in Hove, Sussex. Ann Womerlsey wrote: He was most likely born in Shoreham whose births are registered at Steyning(2b 245) a few miles inland. He was christened on 17 April 1868 in St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of Rev Robert Poole Hooper and Harriet Brereton. 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. Augusta, Margaret, Helen and William were listed as the children of Rev Robert Poole Hooper in the 1891 census in 31 Cambridge Rd, Hove.
     The marriage of William Barwick Hooper and Helen Lucy Jones was registered in Steyning RD, Sussex, in the December 1894 quarter.
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     Ann Womersely wrote; He lived at Southwick, the next small village to the east of Shoreham. These places are today joined together as part of the 'suburbs' of Brighton on it's west side. He seems to have lived in the 'Manor'but as yet I have not been able to identify this property if it still exists. He and his wife, Helen Lucy Jones, appear to have had no children, but his name will go downto local posterity as being the beneficiary in his will of a 'huge' legacy which paid for the building of a large, rather ugly, red brick Catholic Church in north Southwick. .
     William Barwick Hooper and Harriet Anna Hooper, Augusta Maude Hooper, Margaret Ross Hooper, Helen Elizabeth Hooper, Henry Brereton Hooper, Capt Herbert Ross Hooper, James Brereton Hooper and Lt Robert Poole Hooper were mentioned on 30 March 1912.
     William's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1948 in Hove, Sussex.

William Benjamin Hooper

(6 August 1808 - 13 February 1871)
     William Benjamin Hooper was born on 6 August 1808 in London, England. He was the son of William Hooper and Mary [Darby] Bickley. William Benjamin Hooper was christened on 3 February 1809 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London.
     William Benjamin Hooper and Mary Ann Trull obtained a marriage licence on 21 July 1831 in London.
     William Benjamin Hooper married Mary Ann Trull, daughter of George Trull and Martha Copperwheat, on 8 September 1831 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex.
     Lease for 21 years from 25 March 1839: 1. William Benjmain Hooper of Manchester Terrace, Liverpool Road (parish of St Mary Islington?), and John James Hooper of Brew House Yard, St John St (parish of St James Clerkenwell), esqs. administrators of the estate of William Hooper later of Finchley esq. deceased.
     Administration of the estate of William Hooper was granted to William Benjamin Hooper, on 12 January 1841 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Admon of the goods chattels and credits of William Hooper late of Brewhouse Yard Saint John's Street and of Finchley in the county of Middlesex Annatto and Blue manufacturer widower deceased was granted to William Benjamin Hooper and John James Hooper two of the natural and lawful children of the said deceased having been first sworn duly to adminster. Estate £9000, Resworn in December 1841 at under £10,000 and additional security given. Admon of goods unadministered passed at the Principal Registry May 1881.
     William Benjamin Hooper and Martha Gambell appeared on the 1841 census in Manchester Terrace, Islington. Martha Gamble, 60, independent, not born in county; Wm Hooper 30, blue manufacturer, yes; Mary Ann Hooper, 30, yes; William, 6, yes; George 4, yes; Mary Ann 11 months, yes; with two female servants'. A Charles Copperwheat aged 42 with his family resided at Britannia Row, Islington in 1841 who may be related to Martha. William Benjamin Hooper was listed in a directory dated 1844 as Hooper Bros. Annatto, Blue, etc. makers and drysalt-makers at Brewhouse Yard, St John Steet, Clerkenwell, London.
     William Benjamin Hooper lived at 2 Albion Villas, Liverpool Rd, Islington, London, 1846.
     William Benjamin Hooper was recorded on the 1851 census in Oxford Arms Hotel, Kington, Herefordshire. William B Hooper aged 44, born London was a visitor at a hotel and a merchant in annatto.
     His son George were not with the rest of the family at Albion Villas in the 1851 census nor with his father visiting Herefordshire. He was listed in a directory dated between 1853 and 1858 as Hooper Brothers at 28 St John Street, Clerkenwell, London, Middlesex, England. Annatto & Blue Manufacturers, Drug & Black Lead Grinders and Importers and Merchants. They were not listed in 1866. In 1853 he was still living at 2 Albion Villa (also known as Stanmore Villa), Liverpool Road..
     William Benjamin Hooper and Mary Ann Trull appeared on the 1861 census in Mimms Village, South Mimms. William B Hooper, head, 57, retired London merchant, born London; Mary Ann wife 57 born Highgate; George, son, unmarried 23, hair jeweller, born Islington; Mary Ann, daughter unmarried, 20, born Islington; Eliza Green, house servant.
     William Benjamin Hooper made a will dated 16 May 1861 in South Mimms, Middlesex. I William Benjamin Hooper of Cedar Cottage, Sth Mimms, co. Middlesex do hereby bequeath to my wife Mary Ann Hooper all ...
     William was registered as #8101 James Hooper, 4 Claremont Villa, Tollington Park, Hornsey Rd: freehoold house, No. 3 Claremont-villas, Tollington Park, Hornsey Rd
#8102 William Benjmain Hooper, of South Mims, Mdx, freehold, 6-10 Cambridge Tce, Gerrard St, near St Peter's church. Registered in the Kings Cross Polling district, pariish of Saint Mary Islington
at Islington, Middlesex, on the 1863 electoral roll. William was awarded a claret jug which is now held by John Ashby Hooper for enabling a bridge to be built An act of gratitude: A bridge has lately been erected over the river at Colney Heath, in the stead of the one which was placed there by the late Lady Caledon, but which was soon after washed down. The new bridge has been erected by subscriptions, obtained by W B Hooper, Esq. Many of the labourers at Colney Heath had been forced to ford the river every day, on their way to and from work, and to mark their sense of gratitude to Mr Hooper, for his kindness in getting a new bridge built for them, they presented him with a silver claret jug, bearing the inscription "Presented to W B Hooper, to commemorate the restoration of the bridge at Colney Heath, and as a token of gratitude by 54 of the peasantry, 1865" on 25 November 1865 in Colney Heath, Hertfordshire.
     William died of erysipelas on 13 February 1871 in 342 Liverpool Rd, Islington, London, aged 62. He was described as a drug merchant. He was buried in Highgate cemetery, London. The family grave at Highgate cemetery reads: Sacred to the memory of William Benjn Hooper, died 13 February 1871 in the 63rd year of his age. However the base stone reads: The family grave of William A Hooper of Albion Villas, Holoway. The cemetery records do not list his interment there.
     His will was proved on 14 March 1871 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. He was described as a retired merchant of Stanmore Villa, Liverpool Rd, Islington (formerly of Cedar Cottage, South Mimms).

Children of William Benjamin Hooper and Mary Ann Trull

William De Berniere Hooper

( - 1875)
     William De Berniere Hooper was the son of Johnson Jones Hooper and Mary Mildred Brantley.
     William was in the Confederate Army, and after the war studied and practiced law at Aberdeen, Mississippi. He was a young man of the highest character and brilliant promise.
     William died in 1875 in Aberdeen, Missouri, USA. He was shot down in the court-house at Aberdeen in 1875, and was survived by a widow, two sons and a daughter..

William Denis Hooper

(19 January 1937 - 19 January 2016)
     William Denis Hooper was commonly known as Bill. He was born on 19 January 1937 in New South Wales. He was the son of Charles William Hooper and Clare Ryan.
     William Denis Hooper lived at New South Wales, 1954.
     William died on 19 January 2016 in Ebenezer, New South Wales, aged 79.

William Edward Hooper

(9 December 1846 - 9 January 1926)
     William Edward Hooper was born on 9 December 1846. He was the son of Dr Edward Jones Hooper and Amelia Massy.
     William Edward Hooper married Martha Philips Meriwether in 1869. They had 6 children..
     William died on 9 January 1926 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, aged 79.

William George Hooper

(1865 - 4 February 1867)
     William George Hooper was born in 1865 in Deniliquin, New South Wales. He was the son of William Henry Hooper and Sarah Sophia Halliday.
     William died on 4 February 1867 in Deniliquin, New South Wales. On 8 February 1867 the Pastoral times reported his death: On the 4th instant, at Cressy Street, South Deniliquin, of convulsions, William George, younger son of William Henry & Sophie Hooper, aged seventeen months and three days.

William Henry Hooper

(9 October 1834 - 8 May 1906)
     William Henry Hooper was born on 9 October 1834 in Claremont Row, Islington, London, England. He was the son of William Benjamin Hooper and Mary Ann Trull. William Henry Hooper was christened on 26 December 1834 in St Mary, Islington.
     William Henry Hooper appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Martha Gambell and William Benjamin Hooper in Manchester Terrace, Islington. William, Robert, Mary and Frederick were listed as the children of Mary Ann Trull in the 1851 census in 2 Albion Villas, Liverpool Rd, Islington, London.
     William Henry Hooper arrived per "Marco Polo" on 1 December 1856 at Victoria, Australia. The ship departed Liverpool on September 5, 1856 - the original ticket (cost £50) and advertisement are held by Jim Hooper, along with a signed copy of a testimonial to Captain Clark dated 1 Dec 1856 on the Marco Polo: Dear Sir, At the conclusion of this our prosperous voyage, during which you have evidenced the highest qualities of a Gentleman and a Sailor, we beg leave to present you with the accompanying token of our respect and esteem. The signatories were J Robinson, R O'Hara Burke, James Currie, A G Phelps Dodge, J McMurray, John Elliott, E Beck, W H Hooper, John Lindsay, W Drummond, Jas McEvoy and Dr Christoph. Schafer, On the back the following women have signed: Emily Bainbridge, Agnes Mason?, E Bainbridge, M A Robinson, E P Bainbridge, E Sanders, E Sheppard, H Smith. Eliza Drummond, Jessie Grant.
     William Henry Hooper married Sarah Sophia Halliday, daughter of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers, on 25 March 1862 in 30 Hotham St, East Melbourne, Victoria. They married at the residence the Rev Joseph Beer, of the Independent Church He was a bachelor, born Islington, London, Post Office clerk, aged 27 of Deniliquin, son of William Benjamin Hooper, gentleman, and Mary Ann (Trull); she was described as Sarah Sophia Halliday, spinster, born Brompton, Kent, 27, of Melbourne, daughter of Thomas Edward Halliday, ship builder & Sarah Sophia (Spires).      
William Henry Hooper moved to Deniliquin, New South Wales, circa 1863. However an article on the Deniliquin Post Office states that in August 1862 W H Hooper had been assistant for the past 18 months. A petition asking that Hooper be appointed postmaster of the proposed new post and telegraph office. Nothing came of the petition but he remained a resident for many years as a book-keeper or accountant. He was listed in directories dated between 1866 and 1867 as Wm Henry Hooper, book-keeper, Deniliquin, New South Wales. William was an auctioneer and accountant between 1865 and 1893, in Deniliquin. He advertised in the Pastoral times from 1869. William was the Registrar of births, deaths and marriages from 1874, in Deniliquin. He was listed in a directory dated between 1875 and 1877 as W H Hooper, accountant at Deniliquin.
     William Henry Hooper lived at George St, Deniliquin, from 1880 to 1900. It was a brick house. He also paid rates on a office in Wellington Street, owned by Alex Landale from 1894 to 1900. From 1882 to 1895, William was the owner of brick and weatherboard cottages in Cressy Street in Deniliquin. From 1895 to 1900, William was the occupier of a weatherboard cottage in Harfleur St, Deniliquin.
     William died of acute bronchitis (5 days) on 8 May 1906 in Deniliquin, New South Wales, aged 71. In his obituary published 12 May 1906 [paper not quoted]: Born London 1834, 72 years of age. First arrived at Deniliquin 1863, when he was first employed by J N Alexander, later Mort & Watson's store. Alexander had applied for the Post Office, but Hooper was appointed the Post Master for some unknown reason. He was employed by Mort & Watson as accountant for some 30 years. During this time he was treasurer of the hospital, later with the Deniliquin & Moama Railway Company and the Riverina Brewery Company. Also held some position with Deniliquin Municipal Council. Was a widower with four sons. In June 1892 he left Mort & Watson, after 29 years, and started as accountant on his own next to Sinclair's Coffee Palace, later the Australian Club Hotel (was Tattersalls when demolished in 1963).
     The Pastoral times newspaper of 12 May reported: William Henry Hooper: After an illness of only a few days' duration a very old and respected townsman, Mr. William Henry Hooper, passed away on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Hooper, though not looking well, at the end of last week completed, with Mr R H Turnbull, the audit of the Municipal Council's books, and on Saturday became ill with an attack of bronchitis. He suffered acutely for the next three days, and succumbed to the attack on Tuesday afternoon. The fact that he was seriously ill was not known to many of his friends, so that the announcement of his death was quite unexpected.
The late Mr. Hooper was born in London in 1834, so that at the time of his death he was 72 years of age. He left England for Victoria at the time of the early gold rushes in the adjoining State, and he first arrived in Deniliquin about 1863. From that date until his death - a period of 43 years - he was a resident of the town. Like the majority of those who may be rightly termed pioneers of the town, Mr. Hooper was one who took an active interest in the welfare of Deniliquin and district, and for many years he was an energetic worker in connection with local public bodies, chief among which may be mentioned his services on behalf of the Hospital. He was a member of the committee for a number of years, he fulfilled the duties of president for a term, and he acted as treasurer for a long period. His advance in years caused his retirement from active participation in public work several years ago.
For a period of over 30 years Mr. Hooper was with the firm of Mort and Watson as accountant, and in later years after leaving the firm his services as auditor were availed on by the Deniliquin and Moama Railway Co., the Riverina Brewery Co. and the Municipal Council, while in an honorary capacity he acted as auditor for several local bodies. He was held in high esteem by a very large circle of friends, and his death has removed a familiar figure in the community, and one very closer associated with the everyday affairs of the town.
Deceased leaves a widow, four sons, and a daughter, viz. Mr Arthur Hooper manager of the wool department of Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Melbourne; Charles Hooper, of Brawarrina; Mr Sidney Hooper, Union Bank inspector; Murray Hooper, teller at the Bank of New South Wales, Ararat, and Mrs J Jeremy of Wagga. The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon, the remains were interred in the local cemetery in the presence of a representative gathering townsmen, The burial service was read by Rev. R Smee
. He was buried on 10 May 1906 in Deniliquin. He was widowed on 17 June 1915 on the death of his wife Sarah Sophia Halliday.

Children of William Henry Hooper and Sarah Sophia Halliday

William Lawrence Hooper

(19 November 1867 - 28 June 1942)
     William Lawrence Hooper was born on 19 November 1867 in London, England. He was the son of John Rossi Hooper and Elizabeth Glover.
     William Lawrence Hooper married Ellen Sidon on 9 July 1912 in New Zealand. They had no children..
     William died He married the great-aunt of Alister Robinson - Nellie, but they had no children on 28 June 1942 in New Zealand aged 74.

Dr William Wilberforce Hooper

(January 1816 - 25 November 1864)
     William was a doctor. He was born in January 1816. He was the son of William Hooper and Frances Pollack Jones.
     Dr William Wilberforce Hooper married Mary Jane Kearny on 23 December 1852.
     William died on 25 November 1864 aged 48.

Children of Dr William Wilberforce Hooper and Mary Jane Kearny

John Frances Hope

     John Frances Hope married Frances Anne Lascelles, daughter of Henry Lascelles 2nd Earl of Harewood and Henrietta Saunders Sebright, on 2 March 1835 in Harewood, Yorkshire.

Margaret Hopey

(circa 1700? - 7 February 1724/25)
     Margaret Hopey was born circa 1700? In Devon, England.
     Margaret Hopey married William Ruby, son of William Ruby and Mary Unknown, on 31 December 1721 in Ashburton, Devon. William Ruby of Withecombe & Margerit Hopey were married.
     Margaret was buried on 7 February 1724/25 in Widecombe, Devon. Margarett Rubie, wife of William.

Mary Hopkin

(before 1770? - )
     Mary Hopkin was born before 1770?.
     Mary Hopkin married William Rich on 15 January 1788 in Laxton, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Mary Hopkin and William Rich

Fanny Hopkins

(before April 1848 - )
     Fanny Hopkins was born before April 1848 in Duncton, Sussex.
     Fanny Hopkins married Joseph Dempster, son of Charles Dempster and Jane Russell, on 31 May 1866 in Woolavington, Sussex, England.
     Fanny Hopkins appeared on the 1881 census in North Street, Midhurst. Fanny Dempster, head, aged 33, nurseryman's wife, born Duncton, Sussex; with her children Joseph aged 12, born Brighton, Charles J aged 10 born Horsham, Harry aged 6, born Gumshall, Robert aged 3, born Rye, Katherine A, aged 1 born Midhurst. Alice Knight was their general servant.
     Fanny Hopkins appeared on the 1891 census in Midhurst.

Children of Fanny Hopkins and Joseph Dempster

Jessica Hopkins

(31 October 1993 - )
     Jessica Hopkins was stillborn on 31 October 1993.

Lily Eliza Hopkins

(circa 1881 - 21 December 1955)
     Lily Eliza Hopkins was born circa 1881. She was the daughter of Joseph Hopkins.
     Lily Eliza Hopkins married John Manning Colbert, son of John Colbert and Elizabeth Manning, on 4 November 1908 in St Aiden, Marden, South Australia.
     Lily died on 21 December 1955 in Payneham, South Australia. She was buried in Payneham.

Children of Lily Eliza Hopkins and John Manning Colbert

Mary Hopkins

     Mary Hopkins was born in Kildare, Ireland.
     Mary Hopkins married William Culbert Colbert before 1817.

Child of Mary Hopkins and William Culbert Colbert

Mary Hopkins

(circa 1840? - )
     Mary Hopkins was born circa 1840? In Ireland.
     Mary Hopkins married William Handy, son of Stray Handy, before 1872.

Children of Mary Hopkins and William Handy

Susanna Hopkins

(circa 1755 - before 22 January 1816)
     Susanna Hopkins was born circa 1755.
     Susanna Hopkins married John Bowker on 1 March 1789 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey.
     Susanna died before 22 January 1816 in St Johns Hill, Battersea, Surrey. She was buried on 22 January 1816 in St Mary's, Battersea.

Child of Susanna Hopkins and John Bowker

Annie Hopner

( - 1935?)
     Annie Hopner married John Zachariah Cocksedge, son of Thomas Henry Cocksedge and Ellen Halpin, in 1908 in Balmain South, New South Wales.
     Annie died in 1935? In Waverley district, New South Wales.

Children of Annie Hopner and John Zachariah Cocksedge

Elizabeth Horden

(6 February 1815? - 21 February 1843)
     Elizabeth Horden was born on 6 February 1815? In St Mary, Stamford, Lincolnshire.
     Elizabeth Horden married William Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker and Elizabeth McClean, before July 1837 in Stamford, St Mary, Lincolnshire.
     Elizabeth Horden and William Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in St Mary's Hill, Stamford, St Mary, Lincolnshire. William Bowker 30, born Scotland, currier, Elizth Bowker 25, born in the county, Elizth Bowker 50, born Scotland, William BowkerJr 3, born in the county. Frances Todd was a female servant in the same building.
     Elizabeth died on 21 February 1843 in Stamford, Lincolnshire, aged 28.

Child of Elizabeth Horden and William Bowker

Children of Elizabeth Horden and William T Bowker

Sarah Elizabeth Horder

(18 June 1826 - )
     Sarah Elizabeth Horder was christened on 18 June 1826 in St Olave, Hart St, London. She was the daughter of Henry & Elizabeth, dancing master.
     Sarah Elizabeth Horder married John James Hooper, son of William Hooper and Mary [Darby] Bickley, on 26 February 1846 in St Matthew's, Brixton, Surrey.
     Sarah Elizabeth Horder and John James Hooper were recorded on the 1851 census in St John Street, Brewhouse Yard, Clerkenwell, London, Middlesex. John James Hooper, head, 41, annatto manufacturer, born Lothbury, London; Sarah his wfe, 25, born Whitechapel, children James 3, Robinah 1, both born Clerkenwell, Annie Wakefield, visitor, unmarried aged 23, born Leicester and two servants.
     Sarah Elizabeth Horder and John James Hooper appeared on the 1861 census in 2 Hill-Martin Villas West, Islington. John J Hooper, 54 [51?], auctioneer; Sarah E wife, 34, James son, 13 scholar; Robinah J daughter 11; Sarah A daughter 9; Walter H, son 8, Emily A daughter 6, Frank A son 2; all born city of London; Charles E son 11 months born Islington, Mdx; with a nurse and housemaid.

Children of Sarah Elizabeth Horder and John James Hooper

Elizabeth Horn

(circa 1850 - )
     Elizabeth Horn was born circa 1850 in Meldon, Devon.
     The marriage of Elizabeth Horn and John Ruby, son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Dustan, was registered in Okehampton, Devon, in the December 1881 quarter.
     Elizabeth Horn appeared on the 1891 census in Okehampton. Elizabeth Ruby 30, widow, charwoman, born Okehampton, children Elizabeth A Ruby 9, Mary A Ruby 7, John Ruby 6, all scholars born Exbourne.
     Elizabeth Horn married William Bevan in March 1897 in Okehampton RD.
     Elizabeth Horn appeared on the 1901 census in Okehampton. William Bevan 39 blacksmith, his wife Elizabeth Bevan 39, born Meldon, daughters Mary Bevan 8, Ellen Bevan 7, John Ruby 16, stepson, machinist apprentice, born Exbourne, Henry Bevan 26, nephew, John Matthews 63 lodger.

Children of Elizabeth Horn and John Ruby

Isabella Horne

( - 2 June 1876)
     Isabella Horne married Alexander Forbes on 12 September 1820 in Inveravon, Banffshire.
     Isabella died on 2 June 1876 in Eddington, Victoria. She was aged 83 and buried at Eddington in the Presbyterian Section, allotment 220, along with another Isabella Forbes on 30 May 1900.

Children of Isabella Horne and Alexander Forbes

Elizabeth Hornidge

     Elizabeth Hornidge married Francis Berry Fetherstonhaugh, son of William Fetherstonhaugh and Alicia Berry.

Child of Elizabeth Hornidge and Francis Berry Fetherstonhaugh

Joanna Hornsley

     Joanna Hornsley married William Grimwade, son of John Grimwade and Mary Bridges, on 19 July 1773 in Norton, Near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. By banns.

Children of Joanna Hornsley and William Grimwade

Elizabeth Jane Inglis Horsburgh

(23 November 1915 - 15 March 2003)
     Elizabeth Jane Inglis Horsburgh was born on 23 November 1915 Her father Hugh Horsburgh was shown as a Chauffeur serving for the 341 Gunner Royal Horse Artillary Mother Agnes Paterson Horsburgh M.S. Wilson D.O.M. 10th January 1912 in Inverness. Informant of birth was W. J. Wilson (Uncle) residing @ 7 Greig Street Inverness in 1 Ardross Place, Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland.
     Elizabeth Jane Inglis Horsburgh married Alexander Holm MacKenzie, son of James MacKenzie and Justina Melville (MacKenzie), on 10 June 1940.
     Elizabeth died on 15 March 2003 aged 87.

Joshua Horsfield

     Joshua Horsfield married Ann Rich, daughter of Amor Rich and Mary Unknown (Wilkinson), on 15 February 1802 in Barnsley, Yorkshire.

Amy Bruce Horsley

(December 1881 - )
     Amy Bruce Horsley's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1881 in Tynemouth RD. She was the daughter of William Horsley and Elizabeth Jane Thompson.
     Amy Bruce Horsley and Elizabeth Jane Thompson appeared on the 1901 census in Trout St, Preston?, Tynemouth, Northumberland. Elizabeth J Horsley, 58, born London, widow, living on own means, Amy B Horsley 19, plus servant.