Funeral Henry Cooper

Former Foreman at Brewery.

Funeral of Mr.H.Cooper of East Stoke.


photo scan of a  news clipping from the 'Newark Advertiser'.

"The funeral took place at East Stoke yesterday week, of Henry Cooper, who passed away on the Saturday, after a short illness, at the age of 71. He retired from the position of foreman at Messrs. Warwicks and Richardsons on November 1st, 1937, after nearly 49 years' service.

The service was conducted by the Rev. S.C. Bulley, of Newark Parish Church, and the mourners were: Mrs. Cooper (widow) Mr and Mrs. C.P. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E.Cooper, Mr. and Mrs C. Cooper ( sons and daughters-in-law), Mr. A and Eric Cooper (sons), Misses Ethel, May and Eva Cooper ( daughters), Mrs Doncaster (sister), Mr. T. and E. Cooper (brothers) Mrs. C. Cooper, Mrs Goodall, Mrs. Larkin, Mrs Littlewood, Mrs Padgett, (sisters in-law) Mr. R. Cottam (Brother in law) Mrs Allot (Sheffield) Mrs Watson (Sheffield) ( neices) Mr. Doncaster (nephew).

The bearers were workmates: Messrs E. Horton, H. Henton, H. Pilgrim,and T. Ingleton....."




photo : The Cooper family, of East Stoke.

Eric, Father (Henry), Eva, Mother(Julia), baby (Ivy), Lily May.


Note: This is Henry Hallam's second marriage. His first wife died, and his childred had all left home. I understand that his father, Richard Cooper died as a result of an heart attack, while helping with the haymaking, falling off the stack. He is buried in East Stoke churchyard.


The first Cooper family -half brothers & sisters of Lily May Cooper

photo : Father  Henry Cooper 's first  family, the half-brothers and sister of Lily May, Eva and Ivy Cooper.