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William Hooper (1757-1831)

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William Hooper (c1757-1831)

1805 For sale. New brick built house situate at Hooper's Buildings on the Heavitree Road. (Dimensions and detailed description including seven bedrooms). Apply William Hooper, Builder and Patent Mangle maker, Paris Street.[1].

1809 To be let. Long Path Field situate under Northernhay, on the west side of the field, in front of the gaol, occupied by William Hooper, a builder.[2]

1815 To let. Pasture land called Nine Acres in front of Hooper's Buildings in the parish of St. Sidwell. late occupied by James Wake but now by William Hooper. Intended to be divided in to two fields of four and a half acres.[3]

1819 For sale. Dwelling house, with a bake house, linhay,, situate in Paris Street. Late in possession of James Hooper. Apply William Hooper, builder, opposite the house.[4]

1831 Died at Heavitree, age 74, Builder.

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter Flying Post - Thursday 15 August 1805
  2. Exeter Flying Post - Thursday 04 May 1809
  3. Exeter Flying Post - Thursday 23 February 1815
  4. Exeter Flying Post - Thursday 28 January 1819