This page collects information about people with surname Cooper who were known or believed to have lived in Massachusetts.

The Cooper family was a prominent family of the United States from the late 17th through the early 20th centuries. Based in eastern Massachusetts

First Families[]

Notable first families to arrive in Massachusetts:

Notable Individuals[]

  • Samuel Cooper (1725-1783): clergyman - Noted Clergyman of the American Revolution -Pastor of Brattle Street Church - Co-Founder of American Academy of Arts & Sciences - Chaplain of the General Court (1758-1770 / 1777-1783)
  • Samuel D. Cooper, Jr. (1750–1824): revolutionary
  • Samuel D. Cooper III (1778–1853): trade merchant

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Cooper by County[]