Schupp-Shupp-Shopp Family Tree

Descendants of John Ulrich SCHUPP

Notes


11. John SCHOPF

Information taken from the book "Early German American Schupp/Shupp/Shup
Families and their Descendants from the 1600's to the Present" by Atwood James
Shupp and Katherine F. Shupp.

1850, 1860 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census, p. 152.

Death: Death Affidavits of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania (Docket A-1, p. 154)


Veronica (Fanny) HABECKER

1850, 1860 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census, p. 152.


12. Anna SCHOPF

1850, 1860 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.


Henry LINDEMAN

1850, 1860 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.


44. Henry LINDEMAN

1850 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.


46. Fanny S. LINDEMAN

1850, 1860, 1870, 1900, 1920 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.

The obituary of Fanny S. Lindeman was published in the Gospel Herald, June 1918.

Fanny was never married.


13. Henry SCHOPF Jr.

Information taken from the book "Early German American Schupp/Shupp/Shup
Families and their Descendants from the 1600's to the Present" by Atwood James Shupp and Katherine F. Shupp.

Henry received from his father 2 tracts on north side of Charlestown Road
including family cemetery (Will Q-1-96, Lancaster

1850 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census


Elizabeth K. KAUFFMAN

1850 Manor twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census


14. Abraham SCHOPF

Trinity Luthern Marriage Record - Lancaster Co., Penn.

Information taken from the book "Mennonites of Washington Co., Maryland."

Information taken from the book "Early German American Schupp/Shupp/Shup
Families and their Descendants from the 1600's to the Present" by Atwood James
Shupp and Katherine F. Shupp.

1860, 1870 Clear Springs, Washington Co., Maryland Census

Birth & Death Dates: Clear Spring Mennonite Church Graveyard Records


Nancy COFFMAN

Trinity Luthern Marriage Record - Lancaster Co., Penn.

Information taken from the book "Mennonites of Washington Co., Maryland."

1860 Clear Spring, Washington Co., Maryland Census.

Information taken from the book "Early German American Schupp/Shupp/Shup
Families and their Descendants from the 1600's to the Present" by Atwood James
Shupp and Katherine F. Shupp.

Birth & Death Dates: Clear Spring Mennonite Church Graveyard Records


15. Maria SCHOPF

1850 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.


Jacob SCHMELTZ

Jacob is not listed with his family in the 1850 census so we are assuming that
he has died.


63. Henry SCHMELTZ

1850 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.


64. Mary SCHMELTZ

1850, 1860 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.


16. Susannah SCHOPF

1850 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.
Susannah does not appear on the 1860 census with the rest of her family so it
is believed that she has died by this time.


David MELLINGER

1850, 1860 Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Census.

David was a physician.


18. Abraham WITMER

Abraham was a Mennonite bishop. He was ordained to the ministry in the early
decades of the 1800's and later became bishop for the district.

Abraham obtained land from his father in Chapman Twp., Snyder Co.,
Pennsylvania (Deed H-397, Uniion Co. Courthouse, Lewisburg, Pennslyvania)
across the Mahantango Creek from his father's house, where he built a stone
house that is still standing (1988).


77. Barbara WITMER

In 1850, Jacob Forrey was dead and Barbara Forrey was living as a widow with
her four children in Fermanagh Twp. It is believed that Barbara and Jacob
settled in Illinois.


79. Susanna WITMER

In 1850 Adam and Susan were living in Susquehanna Twp., Dauphin Co.,
Pennsylvania. By 1860 they had moved to Barree Twp., Huntindon Co.,
Pennsylvania. In 1870 Susan was a widow living Petersburg, Huntingdon Co.,
Pennsylvania. In 1900 she was living in Altoona.


Magdalena (Wolf) RISSER

Magdalena had at least two Risser children when she married Abraham. After
Abraham died, she married Michael Bashore who had a number of children be fore
he married Magdalena. The Witmer, Risser, and Bashore children were all raised
together in Abraham Witmer's house in Snyder Co., Pennsylvania.


19. Anna WITMER

Ann was mentioned in the will of her sister Elizabeth Bishop in 1858 but she
died before payment was made. George Leiter received $100 from the Bishop
estate and signed a release (Miscellaneous Book A, p. 500, Mifflintown) in
1861.


George LEITER

George Leiter (John A Leiter, "History and Genealogy of the Leiter Families,
including Lighter, Liter, Lyter") Mennonite bishop in the Juniata district,
purchased 75 acres in 1830 in dLiverpool Twp., Perry Co., Pennsylvania from his
father.

George Leiter was ordained to the ministry in 1829 and later became bishop.


81. Catharine LEITER

Catharine is listed in the 1850 census of Liverpool with her parents.


85. George LEITER

Parents: IGI Film 1903946


86. Joseph LEITER

Joseph is listed in the 1850 census of Liverpool, Pennsylvania.


87. Jacob Witmer LEITER

Jacob also went with the spelling of his surname as Leyder.

Jacob and family were living on a farm in Delaware Twp., Juniata Co.,
Pennsylvania, in 1880. By 1900 they were living in Thompsontown, Pennsylvania.
In 1910 Susan was living with her son Simon.

Marriage: IGI Film 1903868


20. Barbara WITMER

Barbara and John Leiter lived on a farm in Chapman Twp., Snyder Co.,
Pennsylvania. Barbara received a share of the estate of her sister Elizabeth
Bishop. John wrote a will shortly before he died, nameing his brother George
executor.


John LEITER III

Parents: IGI Film 1903955


91. Barbara LEITER

In 1844 Joseph and Barbara purchased a farm in Liverpool Twp., Perry Co.,
Penn. from George Leiter (Deed T-2-326, Perry Co. Courthouse, New Bloomfield,
Penn.). The farm was located just west of Barner's Church. Joseph and Barbara
lived there until their deaths.

Marriage: IGI Film 1903868


92. John LEITER

In 1845 John and Sarah moved to Fulton Co., Indiana, where he became the
founder of the town of Leiter's Ford.

Marriage: IGI Film 1903868


96. Anna LEITER

In 1830 Samuel and Anna and their children were living on a farm in Fermanagh
Twp., Juniata Co., Penn.

Marriage: IGI Film 1903868

Martha and Anna are twins.


23. Jacob WITMER

In 1829 Jacob Witmer received 133 acres in Greenwood Twp., Juniata Co., Penn,
and Chapman Twp., Snyder Co., Penn., from the estate of his father. He died in
possession of this land and it passed to his son Abrahm (Miscellaneous Book A,
p. 135, Mifflintown, Penn.).


100. Henry WITMER

Henry Whitmer was living in Fayette Twp., Juniata co., Penn., when he wrote
his will devising his property to his brothers and sisters (Will B-197,
Mivvlintown, Penn.).

1850, 1860 Juniata Co., Pennsylvania Census


27. Fannie WITMER

An inventory was filed on their estate on June 4, 1831, in Juniata Co., Penn.,
just after her husbands death. Papers were filed Aug 28, 1837, appointing
George Leiter and Joseph Page guardians of there children.


106. Joseph LEITER

1880 Millerstown, Perry Co., Pennsylvania Census


Elizabeth

1880 Millerstown, Perry Co., Pennsylvania Census


107. Elizabeth LEITER

Elizabeth and Peter were living in Liverpool Twp., Perry Co., Penn., in 1850.
In the spring of 1866 they moved to Elkhart Co., Indiana.

Marriage: IGI Film 1903869


Peter G. MARTIN

After Elizabeth died, Peter married for a second time and had five more
children.


29. Elizabeth SHOPP

Elizabeth and her husband Michael Coover brought their family from
Pennsylvania to Vandalia, Montgomery Co., Ohio in 1829. Her brother,
Christian, and his family also came with them to Ohio.

Information was taken from a newspaper article printed on June 18, 1871, in
Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania.

Information was taken from "Shopp's Station" by Nora B. Thompson.

Additional Dates: IGI Film 1904000

1850, 1860 Butler Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio Census


Michael COOVER (Rev.)

Birth & Death: Book - Shopp's Station

Information was obtained in a visit to the Montgomery Co., Ohio, Historical
Society and the Montgomery Co., Ohio Library.

In 1829 Michael moved his family from Pennsylvania to Montgomery, Ohio. His farm then contained 120 acres, which he cleared from the woods, with the exception of a small portion. He was a prosperous man, and bought more land, until at length he owned 234 acre, and became a very wealthy and substantial farmer. He was one of the earliest of the United Brethren ministers in Butler township, and rode a circut for many years, becoming well known for many miles around.


112. Michael COOVER

"Centennial Port.," Canover -p. 1181; 1267

Information was taken from the book "History of Dayton and
Montgomery Co., Ohio"

Information was obtained in a visit to the Montgomery Co., Ohio, Historical
Society and the Montgomery Co., Ohio Library.

1850, 1860, 1870 Butler Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio Census
In the 1870 Census it states that Michael is a dwarf.


115. David COOVER

Information was taken from the book "History of Dayton and
Montgomery Co., Ohio"

Information was obtained in a visit to the Montgomery Co., Ohio, Historical
Society and the Montgomery Co., Ohio Library.

1850, 1860 Butler Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio Census

David was a Dwarf. He grew to only 30" tall.


117. William H. COOVER

"Centennial Port.," Canover -p. 1181; 1267
"History of the City", Drury - p. 2; 882

Information was taken from the book "History of Dayton and
Montgomery Co., Ohio"

Information was obtained in a visit to the Montgomery Co., Ohio, Historical
Society and the Montgomery Co., Ohio Library.

William was a Physician.


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