Elizabeth Hacker (nee Crompton) also Mrs Coape
6 August 1678 and christened 24 August 1678 and died November 1757.
Daughter of: Abraham Crompton (1649?-1724) and Elizabeth Bourne (1653-1690).
Sister of :
1. Samuel Crompton (1679-1757) who married Ann Rodes and then Martha Rich.
2. Mary Crompton (1680-1728) who married Henry Seal and then John Heslop.
3. John Crompton (1682-1750) who married Hannah Mather and then Margaret Rigby (1731?-?).
4. Abraham Crompton (1690-1766).
1st. 6 September 1703, in Brailsford near Derby, Henry Coape (16??-1707).
2nd. 4 April 1711, Samuel Hacker (16??-1724).
Elizabeth and Henry had issue:
1. Henry Coape (1704-1778), of Duffield, Derby. Sheriff of Derbyshire in 1703.
2. Abraham Coape (1705-????).
3. Samuel Coape (1706-1718).
Elizabeth and Samuel had issue:
3. Hannah Hacker (1713-1752?).
Elizabeth Hacker: An Overview
My knowledge of Elizabeth comes from:
1. Information supplied to me by Sheila Howells who has researched this from many sources including the Crompton Papers in the Derby Local History Library.
2. A 1747 Almanack owned by Hannah Stamford (nee Crompton, 1720-1788).
3. An entry in the Linley Wood list of 1925 stating that a pair of large portraits of Mrs & Mrs Hacker were hanging at Linley Wood in 1925.
4. A notebook of dates written by Elizabeth.
5. A letter to Elizabeth from her brother Abraham.
To Mrs Hacker
14th February 1745
I received you
kind letter by sister and one since with ye account of ye Rebels proceedings at