George Hooper (1849–1908) &
Emily Lock (1859–1912)
George Hooper
Born: 1 September 1849 at Stratford Subcastle, Wiltshire,...
Stratford-sub-Castle in Wiltshire, England
is within the current city boundaries. Inside the
modern Stratford-sub-castle t...
Liverpool to Boston on the Cymric (8 Mar 1906)
PASSENGER LIST Hooper, George Hooper, Emily
George Hooper
Age 56 Gender M M...
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George Hooper and Emily Lock

  1. 1. George Hooper (1849–1908) & Emily Lock (1859–1912) George Hooper Born: 1 September 1849 at Stratford Subcastle, Wiltshire, England Died: 24 December 1908 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. MARRIED Aug. 16, 1885 Winchester, Hampshire, England Emily Lock Hooper Born: 21 November 1859 Longparish, Hampshire, England Died: 4 June 1912 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. CHILDREN Eliza Lock Hopper Birth 22 August 1875 Winchester, Hants, Eng Death Deceased Eliza Lock Hooper Birth 22 August 1885 Winchester, Wiltshire, England Death September 1885 Lillian Beatrice Hooper Birth 7 Feb 1888 Salisbury, Wiltshire, England Death30 Jul 1970 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah George Hooper Birth 22 Nov 1890 Alderbury, Wiltshire, England Death 22 Nov 1890 Alderbury, Wiltshire, England
  2. 2. Stratford-sub-Castle in Wiltshire, England is within the current city boundaries. Inside the modern Stratford-sub-castle there is a primary school, the church, and of course some houses. The nearest secondary school to the village is South Wilts Grammar School for Girls, situated a five- minute walk away. The oldest building in the area is the Church of St Lawrence. Dating back to the 13th century, it was restored by Thomas Pitt in 1711 and is still used as a church today. Before his conversion to Roman Catholicism, the hymnist Edward Caswall served as its curate. LINK http://www.horseshoes.demon.co.uk/ Longparish, Hampshire, England Is a small village in Hampshire, England. It lies on the western bank of the River Test. IMMIGRATION https://www.google.com/search?q=ss+Cymric&hl=en&tbo=u&rlz=1T4NNVC_enUS491US491&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ei= -KfUUJDnKYGe2wWll4CIBw&ved=0CD0QsAQ&biw=995&bih=636
  3. 3. Liverpool to Boston on the Cymric (8 Mar 1906) PASSENGER LIST Hooper, George Hooper, Emily George Hooper Age 56 Gender M Marital Status M, Booking Point Salt Lake; Destination Salt Lake Passenger Type English Emily Hooper Age 45 Gender F Marital Status M, Passenger Type English Emigration Ship Name Cymric Departure 8 Mar 1906 from Liverpool Arrival Unknown Date at Boston Travel by train from Boston, MA TO Salt Lake City, UT Source British Mission Register. Film Number 25694. Book/Volume: 1826-1828. Notes: The dates on this are between 1903 and 1914. British Mission Manuscript History Voyage Entry “S.S. Cymric” “Thursday, Mar. 8 . . . Departures - -The following missionaries sailed from Liverpool for Boston, March 8, 1906 per s.s. ‘Cymric’: From Great Britain - - John A Booth, Edward A Cottrell, Warren W McCarty, George D Reeder, Aaron Call. From Switzerland and Germany - - William F Gerns, Samuel W Oleson, Harmon Gubler. From Scandinavia- -Daniel Jensen, Gustav A Johanson, Claudie D Michaelsen, Oscar Anderson, Peter William Knudsen, Hans B Nielsen, Eric Henricksen, J Nephi Hansen, Andrew J Andreason. From the Netherlands - - Heber J Webb, Charles H Dudley, Jans Tingen, Orson H Willie. Fifty-one Latter-day Saint passengers sailed on the same boat. Elder Cottrell had charge of the company. (Mill.Star, 68:170).” [BMMH, 1906]. Find A Grave George Hooper - Memorial# 115761812 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=115761812 Emily Lock Hooper - Memorial# 115762639 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=115762639

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