Cooper, Adam (June 19, 1871 - October 18, 1938)

Adam Cooper, Former Resident, is

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Douglas Enterprise - October 25, 1938

Adam Cooper, old-time sheepman of central Wyoming and a building tradesman in Casper for many years, died last Tuesday night in Casper after an illness of about a year. He was a former resident of Douglas, and was 67 when he died.

Born in Rock Springs, Wyo., June 19, 1871, he moved when at the age of 12 to Inex, with his parents. Later the family moved to Douglas.

Nearly a half century ago he entered the sheep business. He disposed of his interests in the sheep industry and was a carpenter in Casper the last 35 years.

He was initiated into the Douglas Odd Fellow lodge in 1899, and transferred to the Casper lodge in 1911. He is survived by his widow; four sons, Theodore, Thomas and Joy, all of Casper, and Robert of San Diego, Calif.; two brothers and four sisters. One brother, Johnny Cooper, is a resident of Douglas and well-known in this community.

Funeral services were held in Casper Saturday afternoon, by the Rev. Charles S. Bream, pastor of the Grace English Lutheran church.

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