Samuel Cooper was an American 18th Century minister well known in New England during his lifetime.
|Full Name||Samuel Cooper|
|Birth Date||March 28, 1725|
|Death Date||December 29, 1783|
|Born||Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Died||Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Cause of Death||unknown|
|Mother||Judith Sewall Cooper|
|Spouse||Judith Bulfinch Cooper|
As an influential minister of one of the leading churches in Boston, Cooper was the pastor of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Joseph Warren, John Adams, and more.
John Singleton Copley painted a portrait of Cooper.
Cooper was asked to preach a sermon in an audience for Spencer Phipps in 1756.
Cooper was asked to preach a sermon for Thomas Pownall in 1759.
Boston, Massachusetts, USA - Born here in 1725, lived here for nearly his entire life.
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA - Attended university here, 1739 - 1743.
How Added - Found through Albert Gallatin.