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Judges

There are sixteen Judges called Cooper.

  • Robert Cooper Grier

    Robert Cooper Grier is a Judge... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Robert Cooper Grier)

  • William Cooper (judge)

    Judge William Cooper (December 2, 1754 – December 22, 1809) was the founder of Cooperstown, New York and father of writer James Fenimore Cooper, who apparently used his father as the pattern for the Judge Marmaduke Temple character in his book The Pioneers.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on William Cooper (judge))

  • Thomas Cooper (US politician)

    Thomas Cooper (October 22, 1759 – May 11, 1839) was an American academic, college president and political philosopher. Though Cooper is virtually unknown in today's historical world, his ideas were taken very seriously in his own time.... ( from the wikipedia article on Thomas Cooper (US politician))

  • Thomas Cooper, 1st Baron Cooper of Culross

    Thomas Mackay Cooper, 1st Baron Cooper of Culross, KC (24 September 1892 – 15 July 1955) was a Scottish politician, Judge and historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Thomas Cooper, 1st Baron Cooper of Culross)

  • Clarence Cooper (judge)

    Clarence Cooper (born May 5, 1942) is a U.S.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Clarence Cooper (judge))

  • Robert Archer Cooper

    Robert Archer Cooper (June 12, 1874 August 7, 1953) was the 93rd Governor of South Carolina from January 21, 1919 to May 20, 1922.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Robert Archer Cooper)

  • Pope Alexander Cooper

    Pope Alexander Cooper is a Judge... ( from the wikipedia article on Pope Alexander Cooper)

  • Charles Cooper (judge)

    Sir Charles Cooper (1795 – 24 May 1887) was a politician and the first Chief Justice of South Australia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Cooper (judge))

  • Cooper K. Watson

    Cooper Kinderdine Watson (June 18, 1810–May 20, 1880, age 69) was a U.S.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Cooper K. Watson)

  • Charles D. Cooper

    Charles DeKay Cooper (1769 Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York - January 30, 1831) was an American physician, lawyer and Democratic-Republican politician.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles D. Cooper)

  • John Cooper (New Jersey)

    John Cooper (February 5, 1729 – April 1, 1785) was a public official from New Jersey during the American Revolution.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cooper (New Jersey))

  • Frank Cooper (judge)

    Frank Cooper (October 1, 1869 – July 16, 1946) was a United States federal judge.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Frank Cooper (judge))

  • Charles Cooper Nott

    Charles Cooper Nott (1827, Schenectady, N. Y.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles Cooper Nott)

  • Florence-Marie Cooper

    Florence-Marie Cooper (February 9, 1940–January 15, 2010) was a United States federal judge.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Florence-Marie Cooper)

  • Mary Little Cooper

    Mary Little Cooper (born 1946) is a United States federal judge.... ( from the wikipedia article on Mary Little Cooper)

  • John Cooper Godbold

    John Cooper Godbold (March 24, 1920 – December 22, 2009) was a United States federal judge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cooper Godbold)

Cooper

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Barrel maker

Origin: English

Lucky Number: Five

Popularity: Position 113 in 2006, currently increasing

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