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Austin ARMSTRONG
Rebecca CUPP
Husband:  Austin ARMSTRONG
Birth:  bef. 1835
Death probably:  1857-60
Marriage:  16 Apr 1857, Huntington Co., IN
Wife:  Rebecca CUPP
Birth:  1834/5, Thorn Twp., Perry Co., OH
Father:  Daniel CUPP
Mother:  Mary RADABAUGH
Children:
1.  Austin ARMSTRONG, Jr., b. 1857/8, Huntington Co., IN
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Indiana, Ohio

Sources:

1.  Marriage Index:  Indiana, 1851-1900 (Broderbund CD-243):
Cupp, Rebecca Armstrong, Austin Apr 16, 1857 Huntington Co.

2.  Census Records, Indiana, 1860 (Broderbund CD-304):  Huntington P.O., Rock Creek Twp., Huntington Co., IN, p. 150, 1026/1033:
32A Mcmullen, William M 55 W Farmer $3000 $737 Ohio
33A Mcmullen, Rebecca F 39 W       Pennsylvania
34A Mcmullen, David M 16 W       Ohio
35A Mcmullen, Charles M 14 W       Ohio
36A Mcmullen, Naomi F 12 W       Ohio
37A Mcmullen, Sarah F  8 W       Ohio
38A Mcmullen, Louisa F  6 W       Indiana
39A Armstrong, Rebecca M(sic) 25 W       Ohio
40A Armstrong, Austin M  2 W       Indiana
Rebecca appears to be either widowed, divorced, or deserted.

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