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Jacob STROUP, Jr.
Elizabeth Jane BURGET
Margaret DE FORD
Husband:  Jacob STROUP, Jr.
Birth:  9 Jan 1839, Madison Co., OH
Death:  14 Nov 1922
Occupation:  farmer
Politics:  Republican, Progressive
Military Service:  Civil War:  Co. C, 58th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Father:  Jacob STROUP, Sr.
Mother:  Naomi DEBINGTON
Marriage-1:  20 Apr 1858, Clinton Co., IN
Wife-1:  Elizabeth Jane BURGET
Birth:  1841/2, IN
Death:  Jul 1863
Religion:  Methodist
Father:  William BURGET
Mother:  Lydia KEEFER
Marriage-2:  Sep 1869
Wife-2:  Margaret J. DE FORD / DEFORD / DEDFORD
Birth:  1853-56, IN
Father:  Edgar DE FORD
Mother:  Julia RANSIPHER / RANCIPHER
Child with Elizabeth Jane BURGET born in Johnson Twp., Clinton Co., IN:
1.  Harriet STROUP, b. Dec 1859; d. by 1870
2.  Margaret C. STROUP, b. 1861/63
Children with Margaret J. DE FORD born in Johnson Twp., Clinton Co., IN:
3.  Oliver Martin STROUP, b. 23 Aug 1870 
4.  Alta "Oltie" STROUP, b. 1873/4; m. Mr. BOULDEN
5.  Ora STROUP, b. 1874/5; m. Mr. LONG
6.  Bertha STROUP, b. 1876/7; m. Mr. GOODNIGHT
7.  Orpha Bell STROUP; m. Mr. EATON
8.  James [C. or B.] STROUP; m. Rachel WHITE
9.  John O. STROUP, b. Feb 1883
10.  Zona/Zonia D. "Zonie" STROUP, b. 10 Jun 1886/7
11.  Chloe STROUP, b. Aug 1890; m. Mr. ORR
12.  A.J. STROUP [male], b. Nov 1892
13.  Garnett STROUP
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Sources:

1.  Marriage Index:  Indiana, 1851-1900 (Broderbund CD-243):
Stroup, Jacob Burget, Elizabeth 20 Apr 1858 Clinton Co.

2.  1860 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com; Image #36 of 37):  Michigantown P.O., Johnson Twp., Clinton Co., IN, Roll 250 (Book 1), p. 292, 564/555, enumerated 26 Jun 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Jacob Stroup Jr 22 M   Farmer   100 Ohio
June 18 F         Ind
Harriet 5/12 F         "

3.  1870 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #34 of 44):  Burget's Corner P.O., Johnson Twp., Clinton Co., IN, Roll 305 (Book 1), p. 315B, PN 34, enumerated 29 Jun 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1870:  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
257 257 Stroup Jacob Jr 30 M W Farmer 1000 400 Ohio       Sep         /  
    ______ Margaret J 16 F W Keeping House     Indiana       Sep            
    ______ Margaret C  9 F W       Indiana         /          

4.  1880 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #13 of 23):  Johnson Twp., Clinton Co., IN, p. 120A, PN 13, SD 4, ED 9, enumerated 9 Jun 1880, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1880 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1880:  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 8 9 10 13 21 24 25 26
110 110 Stroup Jacob W M 41     / Farmer   OH OH VA
       "   Margaret W F 24 Wife   / Keeping House   IN    
       "   Oliver W M  9 Son /   at School / IN OH IN
       "   Alta W F  6 Dau /   at School / IN OH IN
       "   Ora W F  5 Dau /   at School / IN OH IN
       "   Bertha W F  3 Dau /   at Home   IN OH IN
       "   Margaret W F 17 Dau /   Keeping house   IN OH IN
    Ride/Rude George W M 21 Laborer /   Laborer   IN IN IN
The younger Margaret is Jacob's daughter from his first marriage.

5.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

6.  1900 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #45-46 of 60):  Johnson Twp., Clinton Co., IN, pp. 133A-133B, SN 5-6, SD 68, ED 48, enumerated 13 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 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
158 160 Stroup Jacob Head W M Jan 1840 60 M 30     OH OH OH Farmer 0   Y Y Y O F F 95
    ______ Margaret J Wife W F Feb 1854 46 M 30 9 8 IN OH OH       Y Y Y        
    ______ John O Son W M Feb 1883 17 S       IN OH IN Farm laborer 4 6 Y Y Y        
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    ______ Jorria? D Dau W F Jun 1886 13 S       IN OH IN     6 Y Y Y        
    ______ Cloe Dau W F Aug 1890  9 S       IN OH IN     6 Y Y Y        
    ______ Atadth? Son W M Nov 1895  4 S       IN OH IN       Y Y Y        

7.  1910

8.  1920 

9.  Anon.  1895.  A Portrait and Biographical Record of Boone and Clinton Counties, Ind  A.W. Bowen & Co., Chicago, IL (online at the Clinton County, Indiana, USGenWeb site; transcribed by "Connie").  Biographical sketch of our subject on pp. 872-873. 

10.  Joseph Claybaugh.  1913.  History of Clinton County, Indiana  A.W. Bowen & Co., Indianapolis, IN, pp. 929-930 (online at the Clinton County, Indiana, USGenWeb site; transcribed by "Connie"; boldface added by DGM).  
STROUP, Jacob

One of the owners of extensive farming interests in Clinton county is the gentleman whose name initiates this sketch.  His valuable property has been acquired through persistent effort and directness of purpose and the prosperity which is the inevitable result of such methods is today his.  In his daily life he manifests a kind regard for his fellows and a tendency to aid in any undertaking which will benefit the community of which he is an honored members.  Mr. Stroup is a pioneer of the best type, and as such his life record will go down on these pages in order that future generations may be familiar with the records of their forefathers.

Jacob Stroup was born January 9, 1839, in Madison county, Ohio, and was the son of Jacob and Naoma (Debington) Stroup.  The worthy father lived a very useful life.  He was a Republican in politics and had the honor of holding a friendship with Abraham Lincoln.

Jacob Stroup had the advantage of a common school education in his youth in the schools of his native county.  Tipton county, Indiana, was the scene of his next location and he lived there for a period of five years.  Then he removed to Johnson township, Clinton county, and lived prosperously and happily in this place until March, 1913, when he retired and with his family moved to Kempton, Indiana, in preparation to spend the rest of his days in peace and quiet.

In the Civil War Mr. Stroup bore a part, although he did not enlist until February, 1865.  The end of the war at that time was very near, but the country did not see it; hostilities appeared to be reaching a crisis instead of the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, and fresh enlistments were being sent to the front from all the Union states.  Mr. Stroup was a member of one of these.  He recruited in Company C, Fifty-eighth Indiana Volunteer Infantry, under Captain Milburn.  Mr. Stroup participated in several skirmishes during his service, many of them in and around Bentonville, North Carolina.  He was mustered out on July 25, 1865, but not discharged until August 5 of that year.  According to his comrades, Mr. Stroup ever proved a valiant and faithful soldier.

On September 19, 1869, Mr. Stroup was married to Margaret J. Eford, who was born in Clinton county, the daughter of Edward and Julia (Rancipher) Eford, natives of Ohio.  Her father was a farmer and later in life was a merchant and stock shipper.  Twelve children were born to our subject and wife, namely: Margaret, Oliver, Mrs. Oltie Boulden, Mrs. Ora Long, Mrs. Bertha Goodnight, Mrs. Orphie Bell Eaton, James B., John B., and married Rachel White; Zona, born June 10, 1887; Mrs. Chloe Orr, A.J., and Garnett.

All of his life Mr. Stroup has followed farming.  He owns three hundred and sixty acres here in Clinton county, all of which is tillable with the exception of about twenty-five acres.  The land is well tiled and fenced.  Once Mr. Stroup raised Short Horn cattle, and Poland China and Chester White hogs, he now devotes his time to the Duroc brand of swine.  Mr. Stroup owns a fine home in the little town of Kempton, where he is now living.

Naturally, Mr. Stroup is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic and he takes an active part in the running of the same. Politically, he is a Progressive.

Notes:  Most sources show Margaret's name as DEFORD, not EFORD.  Some show it as De FORD.  Daughter Margaret is the daughter of Jacob's first wife, Elizabeth BURGET.

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

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