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Early pioneers of Loup county Neb. county history.
Charles Cooper Sr. and his wife, Mary Ann Trindle, were early settlers in the West End Community. Their homestead was located on land that is now also a part of the Copsey place. They were parents of several children. Charley O. Copper, Jr., married Catherine Clark, a daughter of George Clark ; George Copper married Lena Fricke; Mattie Copper married William Jackson, a son of William and Lottie (Shephers) Jackson; and Cora Copper married Lafayette Woods, son of A. R. and Eliza (Wooster) Woods. Charley Jr. and Catherine Cooper were the parents of Leo, Alfred, Louise, and
Ethel (Mrs. Harold Clay) and they lived in the area many years.