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James R. DORAN
Amanda CUPP
Husand:  James R. DORAN
Birth:  31 Jul 1854, Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA
Death:  aft. 1889
Occupations:  carpenter, warehouseman, expressman, liveryman
Fraternal Organizations:  Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, and Haptasophs.
Father:  William DORAN  (1819-    )
Mother:  Louisa HYDE  (1824-1884), d/o Edward HYDE of Birmingham, England
Marriage:  1875
Wife:  Amanda CUPP
Birth:  6 Sep 1851, Somerset or Fayette Co., PA
Death:  aft. 1889
Occupation:  homemaker
Father:  Frederick CUPP
Mother:  Hila / Hilah WILKINS
Children:
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1.  John M. Gresham, ed., & Samuel T. Wiley, compiler.  1889.  Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania.  John M. Gresham & Co., Chicago, IL (online in the USGenWeb Archives, contributed by Marta Burns).  On p. 160:
JAMES R DORAN, a popular liveryman and proprietor of the Keystone livery stable of Uniontown, is a son of William Doran and Louisa Hyde Doran, and was born at Uniontown, Fayette county, Penna, July 31, 1854.

William Doran is a carpenter, and was born near Uniontown in 1819.  He has been engaged at his trade for nearly fifty years in Uniontown and has served as councilman.  He is a republican and married Miss Louisa Hyde, born in 1824, and her death occurred in 1884.  Mrs Doran's father, Edward Hyde, was a native of Birmingham, England, emigrated in early life to
Uniontown, was a bricklayer and contractor on brickwork.

James R Doran attended Uniontown public schools until fifteen years of age.  He learned the trade of carpenter with his father, pursued it for twelve years, and then engaged as warehouseman at the Baltimore & Ohio depot for some time.  In 1883 he bought a few teams and engaged in the express business, which he followed for two years.  In November, 1885, he engaged in his present livery business.

In 1875 he was married to Miss Amanda Cupp, daughter of Frederick Cupp. They have five living children: Charlie Cupp, Nellie Cupp, Jessie Cupp, Helen Cupp and Ollie Cupp.

James R Doran is a member of the Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, and Haptasophs.  His Keystone livery stables are substantially constructed and advantageously located near the Southwest depot.  He has a splendidly selected assortment of handsome carriages and buggies and a large stock of excellent and carefully chosen saddle and harness horses.  Mr Doran gives careful attention to the wants of his numerous patrons, is a popular liveryman and a man of good business ability.

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