James Cooper

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James Cooper
Born in Virginiamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
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Died after in Washington County, NCmap
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Categories: American Revolution Veterans | Washington District.

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Daughters of the American Revolution

COOPER, JAMES
Service: NORTH CAROLINA
Rank: SOLDIER
Birth: 1732 VIRGINIA
Death: Aft 1776 WATAUGA SETTLEMENT NORTH CAROLINA
Service Description: 1) UNDER SEVIER
Residence: WATAUGA SETTLEMENT,NORTH CAROLINA
Spouse: PATIENCE COBB
SIGNED WATAUGA PETITION

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James was born in 1732. James Cooper ... He passed away after 1776. [1]

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  1. Entered by Kari Lemons, Jun 19, 2013

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On April 5, 2014 M. Gaulden wrote:

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has asked that we not use or link to their proprietary information without prior written approval. This includes:
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   their public database. 

Please delete all references to this proprietary information from your WikiTree profiles and do not use the former DAR template. We ask that you respect this and add ancestors to the 1776 Project without reference to this proprietary information. If your ancestor has military service, please use (Template:1776) . If your ancestor has civil or patriotic service, please use (Template:1776) . Thank you.

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On February 8, 2014 Debbie Roman wrote:

James died on 21 July 1776. James & a young boy, Samuel Moore, went outside the fort at Watagua searching for wood to cover a hut. They were near the mouth of Gap Creek and were attacked by Cherokee Indians. James tried to escape by jumping in the river, but was caught, killed & scalped.

Source: Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth Century (1853)[Ramsey's Annals Home] - Chapter II: Watauga--Its Settlement and Government - Page 158


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