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George Washington CUPP
Nettie I. COOK
Jessie M. __?__
Wife:  George Washington CUPP
Birth:  15 Aug 1857, Bloom Twp., Wood Co., OH
Death:  30 Aug 1932, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH
Occupations:  school teacher; school superintendent; editor, Mansfield News; proprietor, Palace Hotel, Mansfield, OH
Father:  Jackson CUPP
Mother:  Permelia JACKSON
Marriage-1:  2 Aug 1883, Seneca Co., OH
Wife-1:  Nettie I. COOK
Birth:  31 Jan 1863, Bascom, Seneca Co., OH
Death:  20 Apr 1919
Occupation:  homemaker
Parents:  born in OH
Marriage-2:  1910-1930
Wife-2:  Jessie M. __?__
Birth:  1870/1, NY
Occupation:  homemaker
Other Spouse:  m1. 1903/4, Mr. __?__
Father:  born in NY
Mother:  born in SC
Children with Nettie I. COOK:
1.  Pearl J. CUPP, b. 17 Jun 1884, Wood Co., OH
2.  Fred A. CUPP, b. 27 Sep 1887, OH 
3.  Lola M. CUPP, b. Aug 1891 or 1889/90, OH
4.  Donald "Don" CUPP, b. Dec 1892, OH; living as of 1 Aug 1932
Children with Jessie:
none


Sources:

1.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1998.  Marriage Index: Ohio, 1851-1900.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-236):
Cupp, G.W. Cook Nettie 2 Aug 1883 Seneca Co.

2.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Husband: George Cupp
Birth: 15 Aug 1857, Wood, Ohio
Wife: Nettie Cook
Birth: 31 Jan 1863, Bascom, Seneca, Ohio
Pearl <CUPP>
Gender: Female; Birth: 17 Jun 1884, Wood, Ohio
Father: G.W. CUPP; Mother: Nettie COOK
Source: Vital Records: Birth Records, 1867-1909. Ohio. Probate Court (Wood County)

3.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

4.  1900 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #15 of 37):  237 North Mulberry Street, Mansfield City (Ward 4), Madison Twp., Richland Co., OH, Roll 1316 (Book 2), p. 163A, SN 8A, SD 13, ED 121, enumerated 7 Jun 1900, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1900 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤•
1900:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27
* 237 167 180 Kupp/SCupp George W Head W M Aug 1857 42 M 17     OH OH OH     Land Lord 0   Y Y Y R H
      ____ Nettie I Wife W F Jan 1853 37 M 17 5 4 OH OH OH           Y Y Y    
      ____ Pearl J Dau W F Jun 1884 15 S       OH OH OH     Laboror 3 3          
      ____ Fred A Son W M Oct 1888 11 S       OH OH OH     Laboror 3 3 Y Y Y    
      ____ Loloa? Dau W F Aug 1881  8 S       OH OH OH                    
      ____ Don Son W M Dec 1882  7 S       OH OH OH                    
      Carrel Nora W Servant W F Jan 1881 19 S       OH PA OH     Servant 7   Y Y Y    
      Zigler Rosa Servant W F Jun 1880 20 S       OH PA       Servant 0   Y Y Y    
      Cupp Cordon C Boarder W M J?n 1857 ? ?       OH OH OH     Laboror 3   Y Y Y    
      ____ Thomas J Boarder W M May 1873 27 S       OH OH OH     Brass Polisher 0   Y Y Y    
      Wolf Chas A Boarder W M Jul 1848 51 S       OH OH OH     Carpenter 4   Y Y Y    
      Blackley? Siggit?/Leggit? Boarder W F Dec 1849 50 S       Ger Ger Ger 1869 31       Y Y Y    
      Shearer Emaniel C Boarder W M Jan 1869 31 M       OH PA OH     Laboror 0   Y Y Y    
      Prudhorn? William Boarder W M Mch 1863 37 S       NY NY Ire     Laboror 0   Y Y Y    
      Wright Allen Boarder W M Sep 1879 20 S       OH OH OH     Boiler maker 4   Y Y Y    
      Holland Harry Boarder W M Apr 1876 24 S       OH OH OH     Station??? E?? 0   Y Y Y    
*North Mulberry Street
This record was difficult to read, not only because of poor handwriting and a blurred image, but because there was considerable "marking over" done later.  For George, his age looked like "342," as if someone had written 42 over 32, or vice versa.  Nettie is 37, but she was born in 1863, not 1853.  For Pearl, the enumerator had put "Daughter" and "F," then someone had written over it "Son," and "M."  If Pearl was female, she shouldn't have been given an occupation, but was her occupation a mis-alignment from Fred's row, when the enumerator was copying his field notes to the census forms?  The children's ages were initially written as 16, 12, 9, and 8, respectively; then someone wrote over those ages with 15, 11, 8, and 7, respectively.  If Loloa? was 8 years old, she was born in 1891, not 1881; similarly, if Don was 7 years old, he was born in 1892, not 1882.  Cordon C. CUPP and Thomas J. CUPP are George's brothers and should have been enumerated as such.  Also, Cordon CUPP was born in 1867, not 1857; his age was first written 32, then was overwritten with 33; and it appears his status was first written "S," then overwritten with something, possibly "Wd."

5.  1910 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #62 of 136; online at Ancestry.com, Image #2 of 28):  387 Spring Mill Street, Mansfield City (Ward 2), Madison Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 136B, SN 1B, SD 13, ED 181, enumerated 15 Apr 1910, official enumeration date 15 Apr 1910 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤•
1910:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28
* 387 19 22 Cupp George W Head M W 51 M1 26     OH OH OH Eng Real Estate   OA     Y Y   R H
      ____ Nettie I Wife F W 47 M1 26 5 3 OH PA OH Eng None         Y Y      
      ____ Fred A Son M W 22 M1  1     OH OH OH Eng Salesman Retail Dry goods W N 0 Y Y      
      ____ Grace Dau in Law F W 21 M1  1 1 1 OH OH OH Eng None         Y Y      
      ____ Pearl May Grandchild F W 5/12 S       OH OH OH   None                  
      ____ Don Son M W 18 S       OH OH OH Eng None         Y Y Y    
*Spring Mill Street

6.  1920

7.  1930 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #27 of 38 — indexed "Arpp"):  719 Locust St., Toledo City (Ward 2, Block 37), Lucas Co., OH, p. 21B, SN 13B, ED 48-13, SD 2, enumerated 10 Apr 1930, official enumeration date 1 Apr 1930 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1930:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 28 30
* 719 220 254 Cupp George W Head R 30.00 R N M M 72 M 26 N Y OH OH OH Y ???? Salesman Real estate E Y N
      ____ Jessie M Wife         F M 59 M 33 N Y NY NY SC Y None        
      Palmer Mabel Roomer         F M 45 O   N Y OH OH OH Y None        
*Locust St.
Jessie and Mabel may have been mulattos, but George wasn't.

8.  Elmer McCullough & Lynette McCullough, eds.  1988. The History of the Bloomdale, Ohio, Area Families.  Whipperwill Publ., Evansville, IN (not seen by me; quote courtesy of Bill Oliver).  On p. 269, there is a photo of the "District #6, Eagleville School" and an article (newspaper?) dated 16 Apr 1953, which includes this text:
"... Prof George W. Cupp was superintendent of the Eagleville [Wood Co., OH] school from 1879 to 1896.  He moved to Mansfield [Richland Co., OH] where he was editor of the Mansfield News for a number of years and later engaged in the real estate business..." 

9.  Anon.  Friday, 28 Mar 1902.  "Local Brevities." The Mansfield News, Mansfield, OH (online at Ancestry.com).  On p. 5:
HOTEL REPAIRED—Extensive repairs are being made by George W. Cupp, proprietor of the Palace hotel at the corner of North Mulberry and West Sixth streets.  New flooring is being laid in the kitchen, dining room and office.  The walls are ceilings of the rooms are being papered and the property is to be overhauled in general.
Other items still to be extracted.

.  Anon.  Monday, 1 Aug 1932.  "Deaths and Funerals." The Mansfield News, Mansfield, OH (online at Ancestry.com).  On p. 11:


George W. Cupp


Former Mansfield Business Man
Dies at Toledo Saturday

George W. Cupp, 74, former Mansfield resident, died Saturday at his home in Toledo after an illness of over two years.  He was a resident of Mansfield for more than 26 years and moved to Toledo about 11 years ago.

Mr. Cupp is survived by his widow; two sons, Fred A. Cupp and Donald Cupp; one daughter, Mrs. Lola Marth, all of Mansfield.  Nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive.

Burial services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Fostoria cemetery.

Mr. Cupp while a resident of Mansfield was engaged in the real estate business.

Obit repeated in the Tuesday paper.

.  Messages in the CUPP Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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