Thomas Hooper

(13 April 1651 - )
     Thomas Hooper was christened on 13 April 1651 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Margaret Wilson.

Thomas Hooper

     Thomas Hooper married Isabell Lourie.

Child of Thomas Hooper and Isabell Lourie

Thomas Hooper

(20 January 1722/23 - )
     Thomas Hooper was christened on 20 January 1722/23 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Joseph Hooper and Janet Row.

Thomas Hooper

(7 October 1760 - )
     Thomas Hooper was christened on 7 October 1760 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Joseph Hooper and Ann Roger.

Thomas Hooper

(3 May 1833 - 1874)
     Thomas Hooper was christened on 3 May 1833 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Peter Hooper and Margaret Scott. Joseph and Thomas were listed as the children of Peter Hooper in the 1851 census in Roxburgh St, Kelso, Roxburghshire.
     Thomas died in 1874 in Australia. MI: Erected in memory of Robert Hooper son of Peter Hooper ironmonger in Kelso who died 6 July 1833 aged 11 years ...also his son George who died at Rothesay 11 April 1849 aged 22 years also Margaret Scott wife of the above Peter Hooper who died 21 April 1859 aged 64 years. Also the above Peter Hoopepr who died 23 Jan 1873 aged 72 years. Also his son Thomas died in Australia in 1874.

Thomas Hooper

(1843 - 1920)
     Thomas Hooper was born in 1843 in Trevoal, Cornwall, England. He was the son of Thomas & Johanna (May)..
     Thomas Hooper married Georgianna Grigg, daughter of William Grigg and Hannah Hobbs, in 1868.
     Thomas died in 1920 in Launcestorn, Tasmania, Australia.

Children of Thomas Hooper and Georgianna Grigg

Thomas Hooper

(7 April 1751 - 1 August 1798)
     Family Connections and Life of James Hooper Paper by Elizabeth Boyle in Filing Case A at the Maryland Historical Society [online] states: John Hooper’s brother Thomas married a lady of large estate in London, England where he afterwards lived.
     Hooper, Thomas (ca. 1746-ca. 1821), Wilmington and Charleston merchant, and alleged Loyalist, was born in Boston, Mass., the son of Mary Dennie and the Reverend William Hooper, who became rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in 1747. He was the younger brother of William, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and George. Thomas received his preparatory education at the Boston Latin School but unlike his older brother William, who studied law, he went into service in a mercantile house with his brother George. After William was admitted to the bar in Boston in 1764, Thomas and his two brothers went to Wilmington, N.C., where they were welcomed by the planters, merchants, and lawyers of the town. The Hooper brothers were said to be handsome, with charm, grace of manner, and cultivated minds but tempered with aristocratic reserve. Thomas and George established a mercantile partnership in the lower Cape Fear and later Thomas opened a branch of their firm in Charleston, where he rapidly accumulated a great fortune.
During the American Revolution, Thomas became suspect as a British merchant and some of his goods were seized by Patriot committees. On 21 Jan. 1779 he petitioned the House of Commons of the General Assembly to be admitted as a citizen of the state but he was rejected. In 1780 Hooper was one of several signers of an address to General Sir Henry Clinton in Charleston, but his large mercantile business still prospered. His wife became W and went to England in 1782; Hooper followed and they soon traveled to France, returning to Wilmington in July 1785.
In July 1786, Governor William Moultrie of South Carolina wrote to Governor Richard Caswell of North Carolina asking that he intervene with the commissioner of confiscated property to restore Hooper's property to him. Moultrie advised Caswell that Hooper had become a citizen of South Carolina on 10 Oct. 1783. Caswell submitted 'he letter to the General Assembly and implied that the state should honor another state's request. By the winter of 1786-87 with the ratification of the Definitive Treaty between the former colonies and Britain, Thomas and his brother George were free from threat of banishment and their property was restored to them.
While he lived in Wilmington or visited there, he attended St. James Episcopal Church. He died in Charleston, S.C.
SEE: Walter Clark, ed., State Records of North Carolina, vols. 13, (1896), 15 (1898), 16, 17 (1899), 18 (1900); DAB, vol. 9; D. R. Lennon and 1. B. Kellam, eds., The Wilmington Town Book, 1743-1778 (1973); L. H. McEachern and Isabel M. Williams, eds., Wilmington-New Hanover Safety Committee Minutes, 1774-1776 (1974). VERNON 0. STUMPF4. Thomas Hooper was buried in Stateburg, South Carolina, USA. He was born on 7 April 1751 in Trinity church, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Rev William Hooper and Mary Dennie.
     Thomas was educated at the Latin School, Boston, Massachusetts.
     Thomas Hooper married Mary Heron in December 1778 in North Carolina, USA. Mary was the daughter of the Honorable Benjamin and Mary Howe Heron of Bertie County. Benjamin was deputy surveyor and auditor of His Majesty's revenue, clerk of the Crown, naval officer, and member of the North Carolina royal governor's Council in 1763; he died in England in 1770. Mary's brother, Edward Heron, remained loyal to the state of North Carolina, although in 1782 he asked for permission to visit his sister when she was ill and on her way to England. It is not dear whether Hooper had any children who survived to adulthood..
     Thomas died on 1 August 1798 in Charleston, South Carolina, USA, aged 47. He was a successful merchant and left no issue..

Thomas Hooper

(September 1794 - November 1828)
     Thomas Hooper was born 1794-1800. He died after 1828. He is assumed the third son since he was last child listed in his uncle Gavin Alves 1812 will. His stepfather Joseph Caldwell failed to list Thomas in his (Caldwell's) 1817 will, whereas eldest brother William was so listed. Thomas was a lawyer. He was born in September 1794 in Hillsborough, Orange county, North Carolina, USA. He was the son of William Hooper and Helen Hogg.
     Thomas Hooper married Eliza Donaldson on 25 May 1825. They had no issue..
     Thomas died in November 1828 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, aged 34.

Thomas Clark Hooper

(15 November 1827 - 27 October 1884)
     Thomas was a teacher. He was born on 15 November 1827 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. He was the son of William Hooper and Frances Pollack Jones.
     Thomas Clark Hooper married Mary Elizabeth Stevenson on 26 November 1849 in Craven, North Carolina, USA.
     Thomas died on 27 October 1884 in Blackville, Barnwell, South Carolina, USA, aged 56.

Children of Thomas Clark Hooper and Mary Elizabeth Stevenson

Thomas Hogg Hooper

(circa 1772 - 1806)
     Thomas Hogg Hooper was born circa 1772 in USA. He was the son of William Hooper and Anne Clarke.
     Thomas Hogg Hooper made a will dated 12 January 1804. See A Goodwin's website at: www.fscompass.com/wills/THooper1804.html for a transcript of his will and further information on this line.
     Thomas died in 1806 in North Carolina, USA. He died unmarried, probably in Brunswick county, where owned considerable property and most likely resided..

Rev Thomas Poole Hooper

(14 May 1774 - 29 January 1837)
     Rev Thomas Poole Hooper was born on 14 May 1774 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of John Hooper and Mary Fawler. Rev Thomas Poole Hooper was christened on 26 September 1774 in St Marylebone, Westminster.
     In Thomas Poole's will dated 28 October 1778 in New Shoreham, Rev Thomas Poole Hooper was named as heir; New Shoreham, Ssx: I Thomas Poole Esquire ... I give & bequeath to my sister Susanna wife of that most infamous and great scoundrel James O'Hara Esquire bastard of that most accomplished and great General Baron Tyrawley ... £3000 in stock, my freehold estate situate on the Common near Portsmouth, lands and tenements in the parish of Old Shoreham ... £100 yearly, freehold estate in the parish of Cowfold with timber to the value of 1000 guineas, all freehold estate in the parish of Beeding alias Seale in the co of Sussex £120 yearly, freehold and copyhold estates in New Shoreham ... to Susanna during her lifetime then to her husband for his lifetime then unto the son of my nephew Thomas Fawler surgeon at Clapham, Surrey but if the said Thomas Fawler has no son then I give & bequeath the several estates afsd unto Thomas Poole Hooper son of John Hooper linen draper in Oxford St, Mdx under the guardianship of the Vicar of New Shoreham ... and to send the son of Thos Fawler or Thomas Poole Hooper to Trinity College Cambridge at the age of 12 years there to be instructed in mathematical learning till he attains the age of 15 years under a professor of geometry after which time he is at Liberty to take the degrees of Doctor of Divinity Canon and Civil Laws or Physic ... allows £100 annually to be paid by the vicar or churchwardens of New Shoreham to the said professor of geometry, and 50 guineas annually as pocket money to the son of Thomas Fawler or Thomas Poole Hooper to be given occasionally at the discretion of the professor of geometry; bequeaths to 'the said Geometrical professor' 20 guineas annually, giving him full power to draw on the vicar or churchwardens of New Shoreham quarterly.
     Thomas matriculated at Oxford University, between 1791 and 1797. Thomas was supervisor in the will of Rev Thomas Poole Hooper dated 21 May 1801. Thomas was a clergyman at Sussex, from 1801. He was Vicar of Shoreham 1801-1815, Rector of Kingston by the Sea, Sussex 1809 until his death, and Vicar of Sompting, Sussex 1815 until his death. In July 1784 the death of Mrs Hooper, sister of Rev Griffith, wife of Rev Hooper, vicar of Shoreham, Sussex in the Gentleman's magazine. This man is too young to be that vicar.
     Rev Thomas Poole Hooper was mentioned in the will of John Benjamin Hooper dated 22 June 1807. He christened Emily Augusta Hooper on 8 June 1814 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London.
     Rev Thomas Poole Hooper and Dr Robert Hooper, William Hooper, George Henry Hooper and John Benjamin Hooper were mentioned as deceased on 2 November 1820. Rev. Thomas Poole Hooper of Sompting, clerk, who 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).
     Rev Thomas Poole Hooper made a will dated 10 October 1836. He appointed his brother George Henry Hooper esq of Bloomsbury Square and of Stanmore, merchant, sole executor. He mentions his nephews and nieces, the children of my brother William Hooper esq of the North Bank, Regents Park and George Henry Hooper. £50 each to the Church Missionary Society and the SPCK. The residue to be divided between the two brothers and if George Henry wishes to purchase my estate at Buding, Sussex it is my desire he should have it.
     Thomas died on 29 January 1837 in Sompting, Sussex, aged 62. 29 Jan. At Sompting, in his 63rd year, the Rev. Thomas Poole Hooper, Rector of Kingston by the Sea and Vicar of Sompting, Sussex. F.L.S. He was born in London, the son of John Hooper Esq., matriculated of Pembroke College Oxford 12 Dec 1791 (aged 17), graduated B.A. 1797, M.A. 1800; was presented to the Vicarage of Shoreham Sussex in 1801, by Magdalene College Oxford; to Kingston in 1809 by William Gorringe, Esq; and to Sompting in 1815 by E Barker, Esq. and therupon resigned Shoreham. He was buried on 4 February 1837 in the side chapel of St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham, Sussex.
     His will was proved on 23 February 1837 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Thomas Reginald Hooper

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

unnamed Hooper

(11 September 1805 - )
     Unnamed Hooper was christened on 11 September 1805 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of John Hooper and Helen Smith.

unnamed Hooper

(8 June 1729 - )
     Unnamed Hooper was christened on 8 June 1729 in Sprouston, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Henry or Harry Hooper and Elspeth Malcolm.

unnamed Hooper

(22 April 1734 - )
     Unnamed Hooper was christened on 22 April 1734 in Sprouston, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Henry or Harry Hooper and Elspeth Malcolm.

unnamed Hooper

(1 November 1641 - )
     Unnamed Hooper was christened on 1 November 1641 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Henry Hooper and Margaret Donaldson.

unnamed Hooper

(8 January 1760 - )
     Unnamed Hooper was christened on 8 January 1760 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. She was the daughter of Robert Hooper and Janet Ker.

Valentine Hooper

(1925 - 1925)
     Valentine died in 1925. He was about six weeks old. He was born in 1925. He was the son of Walter Henry Hooper and Julia Carter.

Walter Edmund Hooper

(19 December 1876 - 1937)
     Walter Edmund Hooper was born on 19 December 1876 in Philip Street, Hoxton, London. He was the son of Walter Henry Hooper and Maria Ann Colston. Ellen, Walter, George and Maria were listed as the children of Walter Henry Hooper in the 1881 census in 8 Rawstone Street, Clerkenwell, London. Ellen, Walter, Georgina and Henry were listed as the children of Walter Henry Hooper in the 1891 census in Clerkenwell, London .
     Walter Edmund Hooper married Annie Jaconda Styles before 30 September 1899 in Shoreditch RD.
     Walter Edmund Hooper and Annie Jaconda Styles appeared on the 1901 census in 34 Lloyds Row, Clerkenwell, London. Walter Hooper, 24, general dealer shop, hs wife Anie 25, and son Walter 6 months, all born in London.
     Walter died in 1937. He killed himself after moving from house to flat.

Children of Walter Edmund Hooper and Annie Jaconda Styles

Walter H Hooper

(circa 1853 - )
     Walter H Hooper was born circa 1853 in London. He was the son of John James Hooper and Sarah Elizabeth Horder. 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.

Walter Henry Hooper

(March 1853 - March 1892?)
     Walter Henry Hooper's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1853 in Clerkenwell, London.
     Walter Henry Hooper married Maria Ann Colston on 25 December 1875 in St John the Baptist, Hoxton, Shoreditch RD, Middlesex. He was an artificial florist and they were both of 30 Philip St, He was the son of William Hooper, shoemaker.
     Walter Henry Hooper was employed was an artificial florist.
     Walter Henry Hooper and Maria Ann Colston appeared on the 1881 census in 8 Rawstone Street, Clerkenwell, London. Walter Hooper, head,26, artificial florist, born Clerkenwell; his wife Maria 25, born Middlesex; children Nelly 5, born Middlesex, Walter 4, born Clerkenwell, George 2, born Hoxton, James Hooper, brother unmarried 17, artificial florist, born Hoxton; Walter Wilson, lodger, unmarried 17, born Hackney, Maria Hooper 3, daughter, born Clerkenwell.
     Walter Henry Hooper and Maria Ann Colston appeared on the 1891 census in Clerkenwell, London . Walter Hooper, head, 38, artificial florist, born London, Shoreditch; his wife Maria 33?, born London, Cripplegate; children Ellen Elizabeth aged 16, born Clerkenwell, Walter Edmund 15, lead finisher born Hoxton, Georgina Maud 6 & Henry Edward 3, born at Clerkenwell.
     Walter's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1892?.

Children of Walter Henry Hooper and Maria Ann Colston

Walter Henry Hooper

(circa September 1900 - )
     Walter Henry Hooper was born circa September 1900 in Hackney. He was the son of Walter Edmund Hooper and Annie Jaconda Styles. Walter Henry Hooper was listed as Walter Edmund Hooper's son in the 1901 census in 34 Lloyds Row, Clerkenwell, London.
     Walter Henry Hooper married Julia Carter.

Children of Walter Henry Hooper and Julia Carter

Wesley Trull Hooper

(1 February 1911 - 3 November 1997)
     Wesley Trull Hooper was born on 1 February 1911 in Lansell Rd, Toorak, Victoria. He was the son of Arthur Frederick Hooper and Jean Hamlin Lusk. Wesley Trull Hooper was christened on 20 March 1911 in St John's, Toorak. He was educated from 1918 to 1921 in Glamorgan School in Toorak. This followed his first term at "Grange" in Domain Road, South Yarra.
     Wesley was educated from 1922 at Waitaki, New Zealand.
     Wesley was educated from in first term 1923 at Geelong College, Victoria. He was educated from 1923 to 1927 in Melbourne Grammar School in South Yarra, Victoria. He settled at Melbourne Grammar School 1923-27, in Bromby House, from where he matriculated. Wesley was an accountant from 1928 to 1976. He was employed by Australian Mercantile Land & Finance Co. Ltd 1928-30; then had sheep station experience at "Willandra" and other stations from a jackeroo to overseer between 1931-35; then worked for Goldsbrough Mort & Co Ltd (Hay NSW - new office first under Melbourne control) from Jan 1 1936, Melbourne, Adelaide, Camperdown, Melbourne Adelaide, appointed accountant at Melbourne 3 Oct 1959, accountant Adelaide Dec 1960, and finally retired 28 Feb 1976.
     Wesley held the "Trull" silver cruet, soup ladle, sauce ladle... spoon, & table spoon; also a pastel drawing of Martha Trull and a miniature of her which are mentioned in the family wills.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 2/45 Talbot Crescent, Kooyong, Victoria, from 1940 to 1941. Which he rented.
     Wesley Trull Hooper was engaged on 6 August 1940. The engagement is announced of Margaret Swinburne Jolly, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jolly, of Benwell, Brougham place, North Adelaide, to Wesley Hooper, son of Mrs. A. F. Hooper and Mrs. Hooper, of Toorak.
     Wesley Trull Hooper married Margaret Swinburne Jolly on 18 October 1940 in Christ Church, North Adelaide.
     He served in the Royal Australian Air Force from 1941 to June 1945. He was an E.A.T.S. Pilot, obtaining his "wings" in Alberta, Canada, then became a flying instructor in the UK & Australia as a Flight Lieutenant..
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 15/287 Melbourne Street, Adelaide, South Australia, from 1941 to 1945. Which he rented.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 24 Balwyn Road, Canterbury, Victoria, 1945. Which he rented.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 5 Daphne Street, Canterbury, Victoria, between 1950 and 1955. Which he designed and built.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 8 Jacques Street, Hawthorn East, Victoria, between 1955 and 1960.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 10 Elderslie Avenue, Fitzroy, South Australia, between 1960 and 1971.
     Wesley Trull Hooper married secondly Rosemary Phyllis Brooks on 11 April 1969 in Adelaide, South Australia. She married firstly Kenneth Read Horn April 1942, issue John Brooks b. 6 Jan 1943, deceased; Geoffrey Kenneth Brooks b. 21 Dec 1944; Christopher Brooks b. 24 Jul 1951. She was divorced in 1962. She married secondly George Reginald Lunn in 1965 NSW who died 1968. Chris is living in Darwin.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 18 Gawler Terrace, Walkerville, South Australia, between 1971 and 1980.
     Wesley Trull Hooper lived at 24 Warwick Street, Walkerville, South Australia, from 1980.
     Wesley died on 3 November 1997 in the Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia, aged 86. He was cremated on 6 November 1997 after a service at the Eastchapel, Memorial Park in Enfield.

William Hooper

(22 August 1775 - 27 December 1840)
William Hooper 1774-1840
     William Hooper was born on 22 August 1775 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of John Hooper and Mary Fawler. William Hooper was christened on 13 September 1775 in St Mary, St Marylebone.
     William was an annatto manufacturer and merchant in London.
     William Hooper married Mary [Darby] Bickley, daughter of George Darby and Martha Bickley, on 1 May 1804 in St Mary, Islington, London. William Hooper, bachelor of this parish & Mary Bickley, spinster of this parish, were married by banns, by Thomas Poole Hooper, AM, vicar of New Shoreham, Sussex. Both signed in the presence of John Hooper & John Parker.
     William Hooper lived at Coleman St Buildings, London, 1805.
     William Hooper was mentioned in the will of John Benjamin Hooper dated 22 June 1807. William Hooper was listed in a directory dated between 1808 and 1820 as Blue & Annatto maker at 1 Nun's Court. Coleman St, London. He was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, on 9 February 1809. William Hooper son of John Hooper, Citizen and Founder of London was made free by patrimony... copy 1766, born 1781?
     On 6 Oct 1814 William Hooper, annatto and blue manufacturer and drug grinder and merchant insured his property with the Sun Fire Office.
     William Hooper of Finchley and St John Street, Clerkenwell, blue and arnotta [sic] manufacturer - lease for 19 3/4 years from 29 Sep 1820. He was listed in a directory dated between 1820 and 1830 as William Hooper at Brewhouse Yard, St John's Street, Clerkenwell, London. In the front of the 1820 directory, a list received too late for insertion, he is at Brewhouse Yard, St John's St, Clerkenwell. His business remained at this address at least until 1827 (in that year he was called William H).
     On 17 May 1829 William Hooper, Brewhouse Yard, St John St, Clerkenwell, drug grinder, insured with the Sun Fire Office.
     William Hooper and Dr Robert Hooper, George Henry Hooper, Rev Thomas Poole Hooper and John Benjamin Hooper were mentioned on 2 November 1820.
      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
. William Hooper was listed in a directory dated 1835 as William Hooper at 37 North Bank, Regent's Park, Middlesex.
     Assignment of lease for remainder of term dated 1839 William Hooper of Finchley and St John Street, Clerkenwell, blue and arnatta [sic] manufacturer.
     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.
     William died of urinary disease on 27 December 1840 in Finchley, London, England, aged 65.
     The administration of his estate was granted to John James Hooper and William Benjamin Hooper on 12 January 1841 at 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.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Mary Ann Trull on 23 May 1881 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Personal estate under £1000. Administration of the personal estate of William Hooper late of Brewhouse Yard St John Street and Finchley, both in the co. of Middlesex, Annatto and Blue manufacturer, a widower, who died 27 December 1840 at Finchley afsd left unadministered by William Benjamin Hooper and John James Hooper the sons and two of the next of kin was granted at the Prinicipal Probate Registry to Mary Ann Hooper of 342 Liverpool Road in the parish of St Mary Islington in the said county, widow, the administrator (with will) of the personal estate of the said William Benjamin Hooper. Former grant PCC January 1841.

Children of William Hooper and Mary [Darby] Bickley

William Hooper

(2 February 1741 - 1768)
     William Hooper was also known as Hopper in records. He was christened on 2 February 1741 in Ednam, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Margery Dawson.
The proclamation of the intended marriage of William Hooper and Janet Dickson was published on 1 June 1760 in Stitchill & Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland. William Hopper & Janet Dickson.
     William died in 1768 in Stitchell, Roxburghshire. William was a servant to Robt Hooper.

Children of William Hooper and Janet Dickson

William Hooper

(23 July 1699 - before 10 March 1700)
     William Hooper was christened on 23 July 1699 in Ednam, Roxburghshire. Robert Hopper's son William baptised. He was the son of Robert Hooper and Mary Japhray.
     William died before 10 March 1700 in Ednam, Roxburghshire. He was buried on 10 March 1700 in Ednam. 5/- paid for the mortcloth for Robt Hopper child.

William Hooper

(18 June 1785 - 12 October 1807)
     William Hooper was born on 18 June 1785 in Middlesex, England. He was the son of James Hooper and Katherine Saxon. William Hooper was christened on 14 July 1785 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster.
     William died on 12 October 1807 in Bond Street, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England, aged 22. Gentleman's magazine, October 1807 reported: - 12 October. After a very short illness, at his father's house in Bond St, Mr William Hooper; a young man of unimpeached and unimpeachable integrity; a son, a brother, a friend, a citizen, exemplary in the discharge of every relative and social duty, connected with his sphere of life; a warm lover of his kind, and humble adorer of his God. His life was short, but useful; he lived innocent; he died resigned; His remains were interred on Monday Oct. 19.. He was buried on 19 October 1807.

William Hooper

(before 1822 - )
     William Hooper was born before 1822 in England. He was the son of James Hooper and Sophia Richman.
     William Hooper lived at Mexico, 1854.

William Hooper

(6 July 1719 - )
     William Hooper was christened on 6 July 1719 in Kelso, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Joseph Hooper and Janet Row.

William Hooper

(11 May 1651 - )
     William Hooper was christened on 11 May 1651 in Stitchill, Roxburghshire. He was the son of Henry Hooper and Margaret Donaldson.