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[COOP611] Michael Cooper of Bolton, married (at Felixkirk, 15th November 1699) [BURT612] Sarah Burton (born 1671, see BURTON), of Thirlby. They had three children, born at Thirlby and baptised at Felixkirk as follows:
Jane (baptised 1st September 1700);
[COOP621] Francis (baptised 1st January 1701-02), married Lucy Wildon, see later;
Ann (baptised 26th April 1709), died (age 8) at Sutton (buried at Felixkirk, 30th September 1717).
Michael presumably died at Sutton (buried at Felixkirk, 24th June 1717), and Sarah died at Sutton (buried at Felixkirk, 10th July 1746)
[COOP621] Francis Cooper (born 1702) married (at Coxwold, 3rd April 1722) [WILD622] Lucy Wildon (see WILDON). They had three children, born at Wildon and baptised at Coxwold as follows:
Mary (baptised 17th January 1722-23);
George (baptised 6th October 1724);
[COOP631] Francis (born c.1726). May be the Francis "son of Dorothy Buttery or Cooper", baptised at Bedale, 20th August 1726, in which case the WILDON connection is not applicable. Dorothy was probably the illegt. daughter of Margaret Buttry, (baptised at Bedale, 21st September 1707).
Francis married Mary Rose, see later
Francis, a farmer, died at Wildon (probably before the birth of his son Francis, buried at Coxwold, 12th July 1725).
[COOP631] Francis Cooper (born c.1726) married (at Felixkirk, 21st March 1747-48) [ROSE632] Mary Rose (see ROSE), both of Sutton under Whitestone Cliff. They had four children, born at Sutton and baptised at Felixkirk as follows:
[COOP642] Sarah (baptised 3rd August 1749), married (at Bagby, 29th October 1771) [BARK641] John Barker (born 1747, see BARKER);
Francis (baptised 27th March 1752);
Thomas (baptised 3rd August 1754), died (age 26) at Sutton (buried at Felixkirk, 3rd August 1778);
Michael (baptised 12th May 1763).
Francis, variously recorded as farmer or yeoman, died at Sutton (buried at Felixkirk, 8th January 1786), and Mary died at Sutton also (buried at Felixkirk, 2nd August 1800).