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Daniel M. STROUP
Willie T. BROWN
Husband:  Daniel "Dan" M. STROUPE / STROUP
Birth:  30 May 1857
Death:  10 Apr 1943
Disposition:  buried Grand Junction Cemetery, Hardeman Co., TN
Father:  Ephraim STROUP
Mother:  Nancy Elizabeth QUEEN
Marriage:
Wife:  Willie T. BROWN
Birth:  27 Mar 1864
Death:  25 Dec 1891, Ashland, Benton Co., MS
Disposition:  buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Benton Co., MO
Children born in Benton Co., MS:
1.  Leona Mae STROUP, b. 11 Jun 1885
2.  Nannie B. STROUP, b. 8 Mar 1890
3.  Willie Brown STROUP, b. 17 Jan 1892
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Tennessee

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1.  Marriage Record:

-.  Hardeman County, TN, Cemeteries:  [Index to] Grand Junction Cemetery (online at the Hardeman County TNGenWeb site; contributed by Charlotte Holloway and Rose D. Greene; these readings have obviously been edited and interpreted by the compilers, so consider this a secondary source in need of verification):
Stroupe, Dan M. 30 May 1857 - 10 Apr 1943 h/o Willie Brown Stroupe
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