Submitted by Dori Hooper

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Louisa "Joicy" Hooper (b. c. 1826), and husband, Harvey Mize. 
Louisa was the youngest child of James and Jemima Bankson Hooper. 

She is noted on the Scott County, AR, 1850 census, living in the home
of her father, James Hooper, 74 years old.
Claiborn Rhodes Hooper (Third son of James and Jemima Bankson Hooper),
Mary Ann Story Hooper, and children, are living in the same home.

Joseph F. Hooper, born 12/26/1826 

Joseph F. Hooper was the first born child of William (b. 1805)
and Jeroushia Crocker Hooper (b. 1808)

Joseph is the grandson of James (b. 1776)
and Jemima Bankson Hooper (b. 1785)

Marriage Certificate for
Claiborn Rhodes and Polly Ann Story Hooper

Charles R. Hooper, b. 1842
Youngest child of William and Jeroushia Crocker Hooper 
Charles being the youngest brother of Joseph F. Hooper

Marriage document for Judah Hooper,
daughter of James and Jemima Bankson Hooper

Note that the marriage was performed by Eli Hooper
Eli was the brother of Judah Hooper Thomas
Eli Hooper, born 1807, son of James and Jemima Bankson Hooper

(It is important to note that Eli signed as a JP, not as a MG
Eli Hooper, son of James and Jemima Bankson Hooper, was a Justice of the Peace
I also have other information, on marriages, performed by Eli Hooper, after the year 1850
This causes confusion, as many researchers assume that Eli, son of James,
was the Eli Hooper who died in Scott County, AR, 1850)

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