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Hiram H. CUPP
Frances McCLELLAND
Husband:  Hiram H. CUPP
Birth:  11 Mar 1841, Carroll Co., OH
Migration:  4 Oct 1842, settled DeKalb Co., IN
Military Service:  Civil War:  1861-65, Pvt., Co. E, 11th Rgmt., Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Occupation:  farmer
Father:  Jacob CUPP
Mother:  Elizabeth HOOVER
Marriage:
Wife:  Frances "Fanny" McCLELLAND
Birth:  4 Feb 1847, DeKalb Co., IN
Occupation:  homemaker
Father:  John McCLELLAND
Mother:  Mary HOWMAN
Children:
1.  Mary CUPP
2.  Matilda CUPP, d. by 1898
3.  Catherine CUPP, d. by 1898
4.  John CUPP
5.  Della CUPP
6.  Arthur CUPP
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Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  Anon.  1898.  Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen...  H.H. Hardesty Publ., New York, Toledo, and Chicago (online at the DeKalb County INGenWeb site as part of the Indiana Biographies Project; transcribed and submitted by Arlene Goodwin).  On p. 586 of Vol. II:
Hiram H. Cupp

Was born March 11th, 1841, in Carroll county, O., and settled in DeKalb county, Ind., Oct. 4, 1842; he is the son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Hoover) Cupp, both now deceased; Dec. 24, 1865, he was married to Fanny McClelland, born Feb. 4, 1847, in DeKalb county, Ind.; their children are Mary, Matilda, dec., Catherine, dec., John, Della and Arthur; the parents of Mrs. Cupp are John and Mary (Howman) McClelland, both dead; Mr. Cupp was working at the carpenter trade, when at the age of 20, he enlisted at Indianapolis, Ind., July 18, 1861, as a private in Co. E, 11th Ind. V.I. 1st Brig., 2d Div. 13th A.C.  May 16, 1863, he was wounded at the battle of Champion Hills, and afterward at the battle of Winchester; he was in the regimental hospital at that place for 22 days for first wound, and from the second wound was confined to the Patterson Park hospital; he was granted a furlough for forty days, in 1864, rejoining his command at Baltimore, Md.  At the battles of Champion Hills, he was captured, but escaped the same might; his battle list includes Fort Donelson, Fort Henry, Port Hineman, Pittsburg Landing, Corinth, Little Rock, Helena, Milligun's Bend, Grand Gulf, Port Gibson, Raymond, Champion Hill, Vicksburg, Jackson, Harper's Ferry, Boliver Heights, Winchester and many minor engagements; his honorable discharges was granted him at Patterson Park hospital, Baltimore, Md., in March, 1865; Mr. Cupp draws a pension, is a member of DeLong Post, No. 67, and is an officer in the same; he is a farmer, and his address is Auburn, DeKalb county, Ind.

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