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"COOPER, COUPAR, COUPER, COWPEH. This surname occurs in one form or another in nearly every county of Scotland. The name was in most cases derived from Cupar in Fife, but the occupation of 'cooper' has also contributed to its origin. The earliest record of the name is territorial, when dominus Salomone de Cupir appears as a charter witness in 1245 (RPSA., p. 44, 282). The name, also, is common in early Fife records from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century, additional evidence of its local origin. An instance pointing to the occupation as the source of the name occurs in 1329 when payment to "Alanus cuparius" (i.e. the "cooper' ) is recorded (ER., I, p. 221). John Cupar held land in Aberdeen, 1281 (REA., n, p. 278). Christian Cowper who held lands in Ravenysden near Berwick in 1275 (Dryburgh) may have been a relative of Symon Coupare of Berwickshire who rendered homage in 1296 (Bain, n, p. 207). Michael Couper was tenant in vill de Butyll, 1376 (RHM., n, p. k), and William Coupare had a tenement in Irvine, 1426 (Irvine, i, p. 130). Thomas de Cupro, canon of the church of St. Andrews, 1406 (RPSA., p. 10). Patrick Culpar (the I is silent), witness in Aberdeen, 1468, appears in 1477 as Cowlpar and his wife as Cowlper (REA., i, p. 300, 212). Finla Couper in Belnakeill, Atholl, was fined for resetting outlawed Macgregors, 1613 (RFC., x, p. 151), Patrick Cowper in Tilliemad, 1634 (SCM., m, p. 134), and Helen Copper in Keltie, 1672 (Dunblane). William Cowper, the poet, writing to Mrs. Courtenay, one of his friends says: "While Pitcaime whistles for his family estate in Fifeshire, he will do well if he will sound a few notes for me. I am originally of the same shire, and a family of my name is still there" (New statistical account, rx, p. 344). Coupar 1479, Couppar 1662, Cowpar 1500, Cowpare 1512, Cuper 1286. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)


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Wikipedia Richard Cooper was a British actor who starred in twenty eight films between 1930 and 1941.
Wikipedia Adam Cooper is an English dancer, choreographer and theatre director who has worked in many fields of dance.
Wikipedia Alisa Cooper (born June 5 1952) is an American Democratic Party politician.
Wikipedia John Cooper born 1958 in Toronto, Ontario, is a Canadian author and corporate communications specialist.
Wikipedia Ben Cooper (born September 30, 1933) is a retired American actor of film and television who won a Golden Boot award in 2005 for his work in westerns.
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Wikipedia James Cooper (1874?1931) was a prohibition figure who gained prosperity through the prohibition era.
Wikipedia Joseph Alexander Cooper (November 25, 1823 ? May 20, 1910) was an American farmer, soldier, and civil servant.
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Wikipedia Stan Cooper (born September 21, 1940) is a State Senator in Wyoming.
Wikipedia Justin Cooper (born July 7, 1982, in Red Deer, Alberta) is a professional Canadian football player currently playing defensive end for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League.
Wikipedia John Cooper is the head men's basketball coach at Tennessee State University.
Wikipedia Kim Cooper (born October 26, 1965 in Parramatta) was a softball player from Australia, who won a bronze medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Wikipedia Arthur Cooper (born 16 March 1921) is an English former footballer.
Wikipedia Jon Cooper (born October 1, 1986, in Fort Collins, Colorado) is an American football player.
Wikipedia John Cooper (born 1898) was an English footballer who had a brief professional career with Southampton in the 1920s.
Wikipedia Ben Cooper is a singer/songwriter from Jacksonville, Florida.
Wikipedia Lettice Ulpha Cooper, (1897?1994), was an English writer.
Wikipedia Donna Cooper is Pennsylvania Secretary of Planning and Policy and is a member of the cabinet of Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.
Wikipedia Samuel Cooper (March 28, 1725 ? December 29, 1783) was a Congregational minister in Boston, Massachusetts, affiliated with the Brattle Street Church.
Wikipedia Dr Justin D Cooper was the President of Redeemer University College from 1994-2009.