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Francis Edward Cooper

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Francis Edward Cooper (1860- ) civil engineer at the City Engineer's Office, Liverpool

1860 Born in Liverpool the son of John Bolingbroke Cooper

1887 Married at Liverpool to Ethel Macleod

1911 Living at 13 Norma Road, Waterloo, Liverpool: Francis Edward Cooper (age 51 born Liverpool), Civil Engineer - Liverpool Corporation. With his wife Ethel Cooper (age 44 born Kilmuir, Rosshire) and their three daughters; Isabel Mary Cooper (age 21 born Seaforth); Muriel Lily Cooper (age 18 born Seaforth); and Ethel May Cooper (age 16 born Seaforth). One servant.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census