I am decended from Nicholas Rupe on my Mother's side. I have gathered the information below and would like to contact anyone with additional information or who would like to have the information I have. Jim McKnight
Descendants of Nicholas Rupe
Generation No. 1
1. NICHOLAS2 RUPE (BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1742 in Pennsylvania, and died 1798 in Botourt County VA. He married MARIA MAGDELENA MUELLER April 21, 1761 in Philadelphia PA.
Notes for NICHOLAS RUPE:
Naturalized 9/24/1764 in Blockley Township, Philadelphia PA
11/23/1778, The courts offered 25# paid to Mary Rupe, wife of Nicholas Rupe, a soldier in the Continental Army, to relieve the distress of herself and seven children. (Listed in the "History of Rockingham County VA" By Dr John W. Wayland, pg 81
Children of NICHOLAS RUPE and MARIA MUELLER are:
2. i. BARNETT3 RUPE, b. May 31, 1762, Philadelphia PA; d. 1835, Green KY.
3. ii. NICHOLAS JR RUPE, b. 1767, PA; d. 1855, Franklin Co Kentucky.
4. iii. HANNAH RUPE, b. 1770, Augusta Co VA; d. September 06, 1841, Lafayette Co MO.
5. iv. GILEAD KILLIAN RUPE, b. 1772, Philadelphia PA; d. September 03, 1847, Lexington MO.
Generation No. 2
2. BARNETT3 RUPE (NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born May 31, 1762 in Philadelphia PA, and died 1835 in Green KY. He married SARAH CRAVEN March 16, 1789 in Rockbridge County VA, daughter of MICHAEL CRAVEN.
Notes for BARNETT RUPE:
Barnett Rupe served in the Revolutionary war under a Capt Hanley from Botecourt Co VA from 1784-85 to 86. Private under Capt Alex Scott's Fifth Co, Fourth Battalion, Lancaster PA Militia. Petition of Barnett Rupe to be placed on pension list roll, under act of Congress of 6-7-1832 and filed his declaration for that purpose
27 Oct 1835 Will of Barnett Rupe: I want my land and property sold on a credit of 12 or 18 months and proceeds to be divided as follows: Cintha Sidebottom, grandchild to have $20 and Sally Wright, my granchild to have $20: My wife Mary A. Roupe, to have the property of every description that she brought here when I married her and $100 out the proceeds during her lifetime or widowhood, when to be returned to my children Levy Wright, my son-in-law and William H. Rupe, who I wish to have equally all the balance: Exec., Levy Wright and William H. Rupe: wit: Frederick Moss, Moses Parker(X): produced 16 Nov 1835: proven by Frederick Moss and Moses Parker; Recorded 18 Nov 1835.
Children of BARNETT RUPE and SARAH CRAVEN are:
6. i. WILLIAM HENDERSON4 RUPE, b. June 04, 1803, Lincoln County Kentucky; d. February 26, 1862, Warrensburg, Johnson County MO.
7. ii. LUCY RUPE.
8. iii. MATILDA RUPE, b. October 11, 1800, Lincoln County, Kentucky; d. 1894, Breckinridge MO.
iv. NICHOLAS RUPE, d. Kentucky.
3. NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE (NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1767 in PA, and died 1855 in Franklin Co Kentucky. He married MARY MCGINNIS August 26, 1785 in Philadelphia PA. She was born 1773 in Virginia.
Children of NICHOLAS RUPE and MARY MCGINNIS are:
9. i. JOHN4 ROUPE, b. 1811.
10. ii. WESTERN ROUPE, d. Bef. 1850.
iii. MALINDA ROUPE, m. CHARLES SHEETS.
iv. ELIZABETH ROUPE, m. WILLIAM N. CRUTCHER, December 21, 1827, Franklin Co Ky.
11. v. MAHALA ROUPE, b. 1816.
4. HANNAH3 RUPE (NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1770 in Augusta Co VA, and died September 06, 1841 in Lafayette Co MO. She married JONATHAN HICKLIN January 12, 1784 in Boteourt County VA, son of HUGH HICKLIN and ELIZABETH. He was born 1757 in Augusta Co VA, and died January 1824 in Lafayette Co MO.
Notes for JONATHAN HICKLIN:
Forth child and oldest son of hugh and Elizabeth Hicklin. First record of him is receiving a bounty for wolf hidesin Augusta Co Va in 1778. Saw service in Revolutionary war and was stationed for a time in South Carolina. Moved there after his marriage to Hannah on January 12, 1784. they own 100 acres in Camden District of South Carolina (now Greenville Co) His sister Ann and family also lived there. Then moved to Knox/Blount Co Tennessee sometime between 1790 and 1792 when he is listed on 1792 jury list of Knox County. Two of his daughters married edmunsons in 1814 and 1816. Follewed wife's brother Gilead to Missouri in 1809 with son James to select location for family in Lexington County. Returned the following year with family in tow. He also convinced the John Ish family to move to Missouri as well.He also convinced married daughters: Betsy Helm and Husband John from Maury County and the daughters that married Edmusdsons to join the family in Missouri.
Children of HANNAH RUPE and JONATHAN HICKLIN are:
i. MARY POLLY4 HICKLIN, b. 1784; d. Aft. 1861, Jackson County Mo; m. WILLIAM CONNER; b. Abt. 1805, Tennessee.
ii. RUTH HICKLIN, b. 1786; d. December 07, 1852, Jackson County Mo; m. REDDIN CRISP, Abt. 1807, Tennessee.
iii. BARNETT HICKLIN, b. 1787, Greenville SC; d. March 07, 1849; m. MARTHA BULLARD, Abt. 1818.
iv. RICHLAND HICKLIN, b. 1790, Greenville SC.
12. v. LEAH HICKLIN, b. Abt. 1792, Greenville SC; d. Abt. 1848.
vi. ELIZABETH HICKLIN, b. Abt. 1792, Greenville SC; d. Bef. 1850; m. LINEA D. HELM, December 21, 1815, Maury Co TN.
vii. JONATHAN HICKLIN, b. November 11, 1793, Blount Co TN; d. April 17, 1852, Lafayette Co MO; m. (1) MARY MONGOMERY, October 08, 1817, Knox Co TN; m. (2) MALINDA YOUNG, April 06, 1825, Lafayette Co Mo.
13. viii. JAMES HICKLIN, b. January 07, 1796, Tennessee; d. June 04, 1875, Lafayette Co MO.
ix. CELIA HICKLIN, b. Abt. 1799, Blount County TN; d. Bef. 1859; m. (1) FREDRICK EDMUNDSON, April 23, 1817, Blount Co TN; d. December 1827; m. (2) DANIEL GRAHAM, Abt. 1828.
x. JOHN JR HICKLIN, b. 1800, Tennessee; d. February 1848, Jackson County Mo; m. MARY F. GLEAVES, September 16, 1824, Lafayette Co Mo.
xi. MARTHA HICKLIN, b. Abt. 1804; d. Aft. 1850; m. WILLIAM ISH, June 07, 1819, Cooper county Mo.
xii. ANN HICKLIN, b. Abt. 1808; m. MICHAEL T. MCCLELLAN, March 23, 1826, Lafayette Co Mo.
5. GILEAD KILLIAN3 RUPE (NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1772 in Philadelphia PA, and died September 03, 1847 in Lexington MO. He married (1) SUSAN. He married (2) JANE MAXWELL December 31, 1826 in Lexington, Lafayette Co, Missouri.
Notes for GILEAD KILLIAN RUPE:
EARLY SETTLEMENT OF THE COUNTY.
Around the early settlement of any given community lingers many a hallowed memory. To have been a pioneer in Lafayette County was to be numbered among the early van-guard in this section of the "vast, ilimitable and ever changing West." The settlement of Lafayette county dates back of the admission of Missouri into the Union as a state by half a decade and more. In the passing of almost a century the transformation has been great. The fertile, virgin soil of this county had not been touched by the plow-share of white men up to about 1815, when the first few settlers came to the domain now known as Lexington township. It seems quite well established that the first man to locate here was Gilead Rupe. He settled about two and a half miles to the southwest of where the city of Lexington now stands-the date being during the year 1815 (probably in the summer of that year), which makes it ninety-five years ago.
Gilead Rupe, the first settler of this county, just named above, was a Virginian by birth and his wife ,was a German lady. They had twelve children. He emigrated west and settled first in Howard county, Missouri, and operated a ferryboat at Boonvi1le. Among his children was a son Richard, next to the youngest, and from the latter son, W. A.. Rupe, now of Rockport Missouri, it" is learned that the grandfather's family records was burned by the Indians, who drove the , white settlers to the old fort in Howard county, and it was while there that their property was all destroyed. The grandson from whom these facts are obtained \vas born in 1851, his parents having been married near Napoleon, this county, and had three children, W. A. being the youngest, and now the only survivor of the Rupe line in this country.
The nearest neighbor of pioneer Rupe , was Jesse Cox, who about the same date settled in Arrow Rock, sixty-five miles distant. Indians were then troublesome here and Doctor Smith, a good authority on early incidents, says that a party of them surrounded the house of Mr. Rupe and besieged his family about four days. Two of his sons succeeded in getting out and went to Boonville, where alarm was given and rescuers sent back and the savages were driven away. This was about 1819.
By 1800 Gilead Rupe had gone to Kentucky, as the Kentucky tax list of 1800 shows Gilead rupe in Clark County, probably at or near Boonesboro, but without any of his family. He would have been 28 years of age at the time. 1811 he was operating a ferry at Boonesville settlement Missouri. in 1812 he built a cabin at the mouth of Rupe's branch of a stream at Boonesville station. In 1815 he was the first white settler in Lafayette County Missouri. (then known as Lillard County) and prior to the organization of that county. He extablished his home immediately south of the present city of Lexington Missouri. (Lexington was founded in 1822). In early 1815, a war party of indians attacked the Gilead Rupe homestead located at the junction of Rupe's Branch and the river. He established the first commerical ferry across the Missouri river in 1819 at what now is Lexington MO.
The family did not attempt to rebuild at that location after the raid, but relocated two and a half miles south of what is now Lexington in Lillard county now known as Lafyette County.
Notes for SUSAN:
Newspaper lists Gilead's first wife as Susan. His wife Susan was one of the organizers of the little Snida Bar Baptist Church that was extablished in July 1825, but which many years ago was changed to the first Bapist Church of Lexington
Children of GILEAD RUPE and SUSAN are:
14. i. JOHN4 RUPE, b. 1793; d. 1847.
15. ii. ELIZABETH RUPE, b. 1796, Kentucky.
16. iii. WILLIAM RUPE, b. 1798, Kentucky; d. January 12, 1851, Liberty MO.
iv. DELILAH RUPE, b. 1800.
v. DAVID C. RUPE, b. 1803; m. PHEBE DEMASTERS, March 27, 1825, Lexington, Lafayette Co, Missouri.
vi. JAMES RUPE, b. 1805.
vii. SARAH RUPE, b. 1807.
viii. SUSAN RUPE, b. 1810.
ix. RICHARD RUPE, b. 1811.
x. POLLY RUPE, b. 1815.
xi. HANNAH A. RUPE, b. 1816.
xii. ASA RUPE, b. 1820.
Generation No. 3
6. WILLIAM HENDERSON4 RUPE (BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born June 04, 1803 in Lincoln County Kentucky, and died February 26, 1862 in Warrensburg, Johnson County MO. He married ELEANOR MCCUBBIN February 09, 1822 in Green County, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES MCCUBBIN and MARY COOK. She was born October 26, 1802 in Wolf Island Creek, Rockingham County NC, and died 1864 in Breckenridge MO.
Notes for WILLIAM HENDERSON RUPE:
Research by James L. McCubbin, Rt.1, Box 351K, Lawson, Missouri 64062-9751
on William Henderson Rupe, Sr., Eleanor McCubbin, and their children and their families.
"Kennard, King, Knight, Hardin, Goodin Their Ancestors & Descendants" 1988
by Alta Kennard Patterson Chapter VI page 169-190
Research on William Henderson and Eleanor (McCubbin) Rupe and their children
by: James L. McCubbin, Rt.1, Box 351K, Lawson, Missouri 64062 1991
Marriage Notes for WILLIAM RUPE and ELEANOR MCCUBBIN:
Green County, Greensburg, Kentucky Marriage Records Book B, Marriage Bond
Listed as William Roope and Elinor McCubbin
Children of WILLIAM RUPE and ELEANOR MCCUBBIN are:
17. i. WESLEY PLEASANT5 RUPE, b. November 01, 1824, Green County, Kentucky; d. March 14, 1888, Montrose, Montrose County, Colorado.
ii. JOSEPH RUPE, b. 1826, Green KY.
iii. HENDERSON W. RUPE, b. 1827; d. Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri; m. EMILY MCCUBBIN.
iv. FRANCES RUPE, b. 1829.
v. PLEASANT RUPE, b. 1831.
18. vi. SAPHRONIA RUPE, b. December 30, 1832, Kentucky; d. June 17, 1920.
vii. MARY RUPE, b. Abt. 1835, Kentucky.
viii. ELIZABETH A. RUPE, b. Abt. 1837, Kentucky; m. (1) FRANCIS TAMLIN, November 14, 1854; m. (2) FRANCIS N. TOMLIN, November 14, 1854, Johnson County, Missouri.
ix. AMERICA RUPE, b. Abt. 1841, Missouri; m. UNKNOWN POTTS.
x. SARAH F. RUPE, b. Abt. 1843, Missouri; m. (1) POTTS; m. (2) C. D. CAMPBELL, November 03, 1868; b. June 07, 1830.
xi. WILLIAM HENDERSON JR RUPE, b. Abt. 1846.
7. LUCY4 RUPE (BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) She married UNKNOWN WRIGHT.
Child of LUCY RUPE and UNKNOWN WRIGHT is:
i. SALLY5 WRIGHT.
8. MATILDA4 RUPE (BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born October 11, 1800 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, and died 1894 in Breckinridge MO. She married PLEASANT MCCUBBIN July 17, 1824 in Green County, Kentucky, son of JAMES MCCUBBIN and MARY COOK. He was born September 17, 1804 in Rockingham County, North Carolina, and died October 07, 1863 in Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri.
Notes for PLEASANT MCCUBBIN:
Research on Pleasant and Matilda (Rupe) McCubbin, and their children by:
James L. McCubbin, Rt.1, Box 351K, Lawson, Missouri 64062 1991
Children of MATILDA RUPE and PLEASANT MCCUBBIN are:
i. THOMAS ASHBERRY5 MCCUBBIN, b. 1825, Kentucky; d. February 01, 1874, Marysville, Yuba County, California; m. MARGARET PHILLIPS.
ii. JAMES ADDISON MCCUBBIN, b. 1827, Kentucky.
Notes for JAMES ADDISON MCCUBBIN:
19. iii. JOHN JEFFERSON MCCUBBIN, b. 1828, Kentucky; d. February 24, 1889, Cameron, Missouri.
iv. WILLIAM FRANKLIN MCCUBBIN, b. 1831; d. Marysville, Yuba County, California.
Notes for WILLIAM FRANKLIN MCCUBBIN:
v. CASSANDRA ELIZABETH MCCUBBIN, b. 1831, Kentucky; d. March 06, 1906, Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri; m. (1) MICHAEL MAHAN, ,,Missouri; m. (2) HENRY GREGORY, July 29, 1851.
vi. MARY ELLEN MCCUBBIN, b. February 08, 1838, Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri; d. November 07, 1920, Howard County, Missouri; m. (1) DAVID B. WOOD, November 19, 1856, Johnson County, Missouri; m. (2) GARLAND HURT ROBBINS, January 22, 1861.
vii. ELIZABETH VIRGINIA MCCUBBIN, b. 1842, Missouri; m. (1) WILLIAM SIMMONS; m. (2) GEORGE MOORE.
viii. SAMUEL PLEASANT MCCUBBIN, b. 1842.
ix. M. SARAH MCCUBBIN, b. 1845; m. JACK BASH.
20. x. BARNETT MONROE MCCUBBIN, b. January 08, 1836, Hancock County, Illinois; d. April 12, 1929, Breckenridge, Caldwell County, Missouri.
xi. BYRD MCCUBBIN, b. 1835; d. Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri.
Notes for BYRD MCCUBBIN:
xii. GRANVILLE R. MCCUBBIN, b. 1826, Kentucky; d. Levenworth Kansas.
Notes for GRANVILLE R. MCCUBBIN:
Served Union Army during the Civil War[Rupe.ged]
Died in Soldiers Home in Leavenworth, Kansas
xiii. KERN MCCUBBIN, b. 1824, Kentucky; d. April 16, 1872, Warsaw MO.
9. JOHN4 ROUPE (NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1811. He married (1) ORPHA N. MAYHALL January 23, 1835 in Shelby Co Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM MAYHALL and JANE WARD. She was born 1814, and died 1849. He married (2) NANCY Abt. 1849 in Franklin Co Ky. She was born Abt. 1831.
Children of JOHN ROUPE and ORPHA MAYHALL are:
21. i. SUSAN RUSSELL5 ROUPE, b. 1837.
22. ii. WILLIAM H. ROUPE, b. 1839.
iii. MARY JANE ROUPE, b. 1841.
23. iv. MARTHA ROUPE, b. 1843.
24. v. ORPHA ANN ROUPE, b. 1844; d. Aft. 1873.
vi. JOHN T. ROUPE, b. 1847.
Children of JOHN ROUPE and NANCY are:
vii. HELEN5 ROUPE, b. 1858.
25. viii. JAMES ROUPE, b. 1859.
ix. ESTILLA ROUPE, b. 1860.
x. WALTER ROUPE, b. 1867.
xi. LAURA ROUPE, b. 1869.
10. WESTERN4 ROUPE (NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) died Bef. 1850. He married MARY ANN FINNELL September 21, 1825 in Franklin Co Ky.
Children of WESTERN ROUPE and MARY FINNELL are:
i. MARY G.5 ROUPE, b. 1833.
ii. JOHN W. ROUPE, b. 1835.
iii. JAMES W. ROUPE, b. 1837.
iv. FRANCIS M. ROUPE, b. 1840.
11. MAHALA4 ROUPE (NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1816. She married JOHN POLSGROVE. He was born 1819.
Children of MAHALA ROUPE and JOHN POLSGROVE are:
i. SALMON G.5 POLSGROVE, b. 1847.
ii. LUTHER C. POLSGROVE, b. 1848.
iii. JAMES W. POLSGROVE, b. 1852.
iv. THEODORE POLSGROVE, b. 1854.
v. MARY ELIZABETH POLSGROVE, b. 1856.
vi. NANCY POLSGROVE, b. 1859.
12. LEAH4 HICKLIN (HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born Abt. 1792 in Greenville SC, and died Abt. 1848. She married (1) RICHARD EDMUNSON April 06, 1814 in Blount Co TN. She married (2) WILLIAM CRAWFORD March 03, 1830 in Jackson Co Mo.
Child of LEAH HICKLIN and RICHARD EDMUNSON is:
26. i. R. C.5 EDMUNSON.
13. JAMES4 HICKLIN (HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born January 07, 1796 in Tennessee, and died June 04, 1875 in Lafayette Co MO. He married (1) ELEANOR TURNER. She was born January 13, 1798, and died February 04, 1838. He married (2) AGNES REBECCA CROPP September 27, 1838. She was born October 17, 1809, and died September 25, 1843. He married (3) NANCY PATTERSON BEASON December 19, 1843 in Howard County MO. She was born April 22, 1817, and died July 1900.
Notes for JAMES HICKLIN:
Nov 1 1825 received Deed to properity in Lexington, Mo. Orginal deed was written on sheepskin and signed by John Quency Adams, 5th President of the united States. In 1829 he bought 3320 acres of land situated in Section 25, Township 51, Range 27 about 7 miles east of Lexington on the Santa Fe Trail. He purchased this land for $3.50 per acre from William robinson and Pick Hudson who had entered it in 1819. Build Hickland Hearthstone house in Lexington Mo.
Nephew to Gilead Rupe and apparently followed Uncle Gilead to Missouri with father Jonathan, at the age of 24 from Tennessee.
From all accounts he possed a keen intellict and business ability, and he was considered something of an eccentric. He always wore a blanket with a hole cut in the center and slipped over his head for a winter wrap. He wore his hair long, carried a cane and wore tiny gold rimmed spectacles.
Children of JAMES HICKLIN and ELEANOR TURNER are:
i. JOHN5 HICKLIN, b. December 14, 1821; m. CATHERINE TRAVILLIAN, August 03, 1843.
ii. WADE HICKLIN, b. September 12, 1823.
iii. JULIAN HICKLIN, b. March 27, 1825.
iv. JOSEPHUS HICKLIN, b. February 25, 1827.
27. v. EDWARD HICKLIN, b. June 10, 1829; d. April 21, 1915, Pomona CA.
Children of JAMES HICKLIN and AGNES CROPP are:
vi. PARTHENA5 HICKLIN, b. August 08, 1839; m. OBEDIAH BOUNDS, April 06, 1854.
28. vii. ELIZABETH ADRANNA HICKLIN, b. March 05, 1841; d. February 22, 1927, Longwood Mo.
29. viii. YOUNG EWING HICKLIN, b. June 29, 1842; d. June 12, 1912.
Children of JAMES HICKLIN and NANCY BEASON are:
ix. MARY5 HICKLIN, b. August 25, 1844; d. 1925.
x. LOUISE HICKLIN, b. October 04, 1846; d. 1880.
30. xi. WADE HICKLIN, b. August 22, 1848; d. 1922.
xii. JAMES HICKLIN, b. January 13, 1851; d. January 03, 1913.
31. xiii. WILLIAM HICKLIN, b. February 04, 1853.
32. xiv. TOLBERT HICKLIN, b. July 23, 1855; d. 1929.
33. xv. ROBERT A. HICKLIN, b. January 15, 1859; d. December 26, 1909.
14. JOHN4 RUPE (GILEAD KILLIAN3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1793, and died 1847. He married KATHERINE KELLY April 08, 1824 in Lexington, Lafayette Co, Missouri. She was born 1795.
Children of JOHN RUPE and KATHERINE KELLY are:
i. SUSAN5 RUPE, b. 1825; d. 1861.
ii. JAMES RUPE, b. 1833.
15. ELIZABETH4 RUPE (GILEAD KILLIAN3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1796 in Kentucky. She married JAMES TURNER. He was born 1781 in North Carolina, and died 1890.
Children of ELIZABETH RUPE and JAMES TURNER are:
i. MARY E.5 TURNER, b. 1832.
ii. ANN TURNER, b. 1835.
iii. MILDRED TURNER, b. 1838.
iv. JAMES J. TURNER, b. 1839.
v. MARNET M. TURNER, b. 1840.
34. vi. BARNETT C. TURNER, b. Howard County Mo.
16. WILLIAM4 RUPE (GILEAD KILLIAN3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1798 in Kentucky, and died January 12, 1851 in Liberty MO. He married SARAH HORN August 01, 1822 in Lexington, Lafayette Co, Missouri. She was born June 24, 1805 in Tennessee, and died January 28, 1868.
Notes for SARAH HORN:
Feb 1865 Sarah banished from clay County Mo for treason during Civil War. April back in Clay County Mo when two sons died
Children of WILLIAM RUPE and SARAH HORN are:
i. SAMUEL H.5 RUPE, b. 1823.
ii. DAVID C. RUPE, b. 1825.
iii. SUSAN E. RUPE, b. 1827.
iv. DELILAH JANE RUPE, b. 1829.
v. RICHARD A. RUPE, b. 1832.
vi. HARVEY O. RUPE, b. 1835.
vii. SILVA ANN RUPE, b. 1837.
viii. MARY M. RUPE, b. 1837.
ix. ANDREW JACKSON RUPE, b. 1841.
x. FRANCIS M. RUPE, b. 1842.
xi. ASA T. RUPE, b. 1845.
Generation No. 4
17. WESLEY PLEASANT5 RUPE (WILLIAM HENDERSON4, BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born November 01, 1824 in Green County, Kentucky, and died March 14, 1888 in Montrose, Montrose County, Colorado. He married (1) PERMILIA ANN BELL. She was born December 09, 1822 in Virginia, and died March 14, 1871 in Breckenridge Missouri. He married (2) MARGARETTE GIDDINGS December 08, 1872 in Caldwell County, Missouri.
Notes for WESLEY PLEASANT RUPE:
Kennard, King, Knight, Hardin, Goodin Their Ancestors & Descendants, 1988
by Alta Kennard Patterson Chapter VI page 169-190
Marriage Notes for WESLEY RUPE and MARGARETTE GIDDINGS:
Caldwell County, Kingston, Missouri Marriage Records Book B, page 19
Listed as Wesley P. Rupe and Mrs. Margaret Giddings
Children of WESLEY RUPE and PERMILIA BELL are:
i. WILLIAM HENDERSON6 RUPE, b. August 30, 1851, Lexington, Ray County MO; d. January 05, 1938, Polo MO; m. (1) MISSOURI ANN LUCAS, November 27, 1872, Breckenridge MO; b. December 27, 1855, Breckenridge, Caldwell County, Missouri; d. August 12, 1894, Polo, Caldwell County, Missouri; m. (2) MARY JANE RAINWATER, November 05, 1895, Caldwell County, Missouri; b. October 09, 1854, Ray County, Missouri; d. March 21, 1910, Caldwell County, Missouri; m. (3) ELSIE FLORENCE GREEN, February 20, 1919, Polo, Caldwell County MO; b. October 01, 1888, Ray County, Missouri; d. May 18, 1964, Kerney, Clinton County Mo.
Notes for MISSOURI ANN LUCAS:
Headstone reads Anna L. Rupe 1855-1894
Notes for MARY JANE RAINWATER:
Mary Jane Rainwater Clark Rupe also reared two homeless boys. Bill
Creason and Robert Smith. Robert Smith married Nettie Griggs.
Bailey Funeral Home Records, Polo, Missouri
Missouri Death Certificate
Farmers Advocate, Hamilton, Missouri March 24, 1910
Mrs. Wm. Roup, who has been sick since last fall died Monday morning from tuberculosis.
Mrs. Wm. Rupe died at her home in South Polo on Monday March 21st after a long illness o f consumption.
Mary J. Rainwater was born in Ray county, Mo. Oct. 9, 1854 and was married to J.M. Clar k March 14, 1869. To this union 13 children were born 10 of whom are living. Mr. Clark died June 3, 1893 and in November 1895 she was united in marriage to Wm. Rupe. Three children were born to this union and one survives.
Mrs. Rupe joined the Baptist church at the age of 19 years. She suffered much; but bore her suffering with a christian spirit and never complained that her burdens were to hard to bear. She was a kind loving mother, a thoughtful neighbor and a friend that could be relied upon.
Funeral services were conducted Tuesday by Rev. H. Barlow, of Liberty,
after which the remains were laid to rest in Baker graveyard south-east of town.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank those who were so kind to us during the sickness and
death of our wife and mother, and assure all that the kindness was appreciated.
Wm. Rupe and Family.
Notes for ELSIE FLORENCE GREEN:
Bailey Funeral Home Records, Polo, Missouri
Hamilton Advocate, Hamilton, Missouri May 20, 1964
Mrs. Elsie F. Rupe, 75, died Monday night at a rest home in Turney. She
formerly resided in Polo before moving to Lathrop 14 years ago.
Survivors include one son, Ralph Rupe, Lathrop; one sister, Mrs. Opal
Berry, Denver, Colo., three brothers, Clarence Green, Camden, Roy Green,
Placerville, Calif., and Barber Green, residing in South Missouri; and two
The funeral was at 2 p.m. today at the Alspaugh-Cowley Chapel in Polo with the Rev. Raym ond Wake officiating. Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery, south of Polo.-St. Joseph Gazette
ii. JOSEPHINE ALLISON RUPE, b. March 05, 1854, Lexington , Ray County MO; d. October 05, 1941; m. UNKNOWN ALLISON.
iii. ZENOPHIA RUPE, b. Abt. 1855, Lexington , Ray County MO.
iv. THEODORE RUPE, b. Abt. 1856, Lexington , Ray County MO.
v. ALICE CLINTONA RUPE, b. 1857, Missouri.
Children of WESLEY RUPE and MARGARETTE GIDDINGS are:
vi. JENNIE6 RUPE.
vii. GEORGE RUPE.
18. SAPHRONIA5 RUPE (WILLIAM HENDERSON4, BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born December 30, 1832 in Kentucky, and died June 17, 1920. She married (1) JOHN ANGLIN. He was born Abt. 1831 in Tennessee. She married (2) ALEXANDER GOODIN BRUMMETT, son of JOHN BRUMMETT and MARY GOODIN. He was born April 06, 1822 in Tennessee, and died October 27, 1899 in Jane Mo. She married (3) BENJAMIN FRANKLIN INGHYRAM December 25, 1853.
Children of SAPHRONIA RUPE and JOHN ANGLIN are:
i. JAMES WESLEY6 ANGLIN, b. 1855.
ii. SARAH FRANCES ANGLIN, b. 1856.
iii. WILLIAM A. ANGLIN, b. 1858.
iv. ISSAC NEWTON ANGLIN, b. 1860; m. MARY LARGENT; b. Virginia.
v. LEORA ANGLIN, b. January 30, 1862; m. DAVID CLARK.
Child of SAPHRONIA RUPE and ALEXANDER BRUMMETT is:
vi. SAPHRONIA GOODIN6 BRUMMETT, m. JOHN BRUCE KENNARD.
19. JOHN JEFFERSON5 MCCUBBIN (MATILDA4 RUPE, BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1828 in Kentucky, and died February 24, 1889 in Cameron, Missouri. He married POLLY TUCKER.
Notes for JOHN JEFFERSON MCCUBBIN:
Information on John Jefferson McCubbin, his wife, and his children from:
Debbie Morrison, Lawson, Missouri Jessdebb@Concentric.net
Children of JOHN MCCUBBIN and POLLY TUCKER are:
i. FRANK6 MCCUBBIN.
ii. NORA MCCUBBIN.
iii. GRANDVILLE MCCUBBIN.
iv. IDA MCCUBBIN.
v. JAMES MCCUBBIN.
vi. THOMAS JEFFERSON MCCUBBIN, b. 1859, Indiana; m. SAMANTHA LUCAS, November 26, 1878, Caldwell County, Missouri; b. 1859, Missouri; d. June 03, 1917.
Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON MCCUBBIN:
1880 Caldwell County, Missouri Census
McCubbin, Thomas 21 Indiana
Smsantha 20 Missouri
Notes for SAMANTHA LUCAS:
Caldwell County, Kingston, Missouri Probate Records File #2339
Marriage Notes for THOMAS MCCUBBIN and SAMANTHA LUCAS:
Caldwell County, Kingston, Missouri Marriage Records Book B, page 207
vii. LEE ROY MCCUBBIN, b. August 16, 1870, Caldwell County, Missouri; d. June 17, 1944, Hamilton, Caldwell County, Missouri; m. MARGUERITE "MAGGIE" WRIGHT, March 25, 1897, Mooresville, Missouri; b. December 22, 1877; d. January 31, 1950, Caldwell County, Missouri.
Notes for LEE ROY MCCUBBIN:
Bram Funeral Home Records, Hamilton, Missouri
1900 Caldwell County, Missouri Census
McCubbin, Lee 37
Information on Lee Roy McCubbin, his wife, and their family from:
Debbie Morrison, 125 Santa Fe, Lawson, MO 64062 816 580-7600 August 1998
Notes for MARGUERITE "MAGGIE" WRIGHT:
Bram Funeral Home Records, Hamilton, Missouri
Advocate-Hamiltonian, Hamilton, Missouri February 2, 1950
MRS. LEE McCUBBIN DIES TUESDAY AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Mrs. Lee McCubbin, 72, who has been ill for several years, passed away
Tuesday morning at the home of her son, Ernest McCubbin, where she had resided for some time.
Mrs. McCubbin is survived by four children, George McCubbin Fullerton,
Calif., Wayne and Ernest McCubbin of Hamilton and Mrs. Hester Hilton of Denver.
Mrms. George McCubbin of Fullerton are expected here today and Mrs. Hester Hilton, the former Dorothy McCubbin and Mr. Hilton arrived here Wednesday for the funeral service.
The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the
Bram Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. M. Burgund.
Interment will be made in Highland Cemetery.
Advocate-Hamiltonian, Hamilton, Missouri February 9, 1950
OBITUARY OF MRS. LEE McCUBBIN
The funeral service for Mrs. Lee McCubbin, whose death was reported in last week's issue of the Advocate-Hamiltonian, was held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the Bram Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. M. Burgund, Paster of the Assembly of God Church. Interment was made in Highland Cemetery.
The following obituary was read at the service.
Margaret McCubbin, daughter of Thomas and Della Wright of Mooresville was born Dec. 22 , 1877, and departed this life Jan. 31, 1950, at the age of 72 years, 1 month and 9 days.
She was married to Lee Roy McCubbin in 1898 and to this union were born
five children: George McCubbin of Fullerton, Calif., Lee Roy McCubbin, who
passed away in infancy, Ernest and Wayne McCubbin, Hamilton, and Dorothy Hilton of Denver, Colo.
She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. W.C. Johnson of Flint, Mich., and two brothers , Fred Wright, Denver, Colo., and Charles Wright, Wapello, Iowa, and 5 grandchildren.
Except for a few years of her early life she has always lived in and near Hamilton. She was a charter member of the Assembly of God Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, who passed away June 18, 1944.
20. BARNETT MONROE5 MCCUBBIN (MATILDA4 RUPE, BARNETT3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born January 08, 1836 in Hancock County, Illinois, and died April 12, 1929 in Breckenridge, Caldwell County, Missouri. He married (1) SUSANNAH G. MCCUBBIN September 01, 1861, daughter of THOMAS MCCUBBIN and MALINDA GUM. She was born November 28, 1836 in Hancock County, Illinois, and died April 06, 1906 in Breckenridge, Caldwell County, Missouri. He married (2) LAURA MESERVIE 1908.
Notes for BARNETT MONROE MCCUBBIN:
Hamilton Advocate Hamiltonian, Hamilton, Missouri April 18, 1929
Barnett Monroe McCubbin, son of Pleasant and Matilda McCubbin, was born in Hancock county, Illinois, January 8th, 1836, and died at his home in Breckenridge, Mo., April 12, 1929, aged 93 years, 2 months and 4 days.
He was brought by his parents when about six months old to Benton county, Missouri, nea r Warsaw, where he lived until about 18 years old and then crossed the plains with an emigrant train to California. He drove an ox team part of the time and was the hunter for the train most of the time, was captured by the Indians once but was rescued by men of the train after he had given up hope of ever seeing them again. He resided in California for over three years, returning to Missouri by the way of the Panama Isthmus, Cuba and New Orleans to his old home in Warsaw. The following year he came to Caldwell County and has resided almost continuously near Breckenridge.
He was married Sept. 1, 1861, to Susannah G. McCubbin, to whom were born eight children, Annie M., William M., Charles A., Lula, Rolla, Samuel M., Effie and Lizzie all of whom survive except Annie M. Brooks, who died in 1918, Lula in 1904 and Charles A. who died in infancy. Susannah, his wife preceded him to their eternal rest in 1908.
In 1908 he was married to Laura Meservie who together with the surviving children, twenty five grandchildren, five great grandchildren and many other relatives and a host of friends are left to mourn his passing to his eternal home.
He was converted when fifty years old and joined the Breckenridge, Mo., Baptist church and remained a devoted member until called by the Master.
He was a member of the Enrolled Missouri Militia during part of the Civil War.
His was a long and eventful life, being engaged in the manufacturing and contracting business in addition to operating his farm near Breckenridge, until a few years ago when he retired to live in his recent home.
Written by Bertha Booth
This collection of 150 interviews is the gift of Major Molly Chapter
D.A.R. of Hamilton, Missouri to the Missouri State D.A.R. The Chapter is also making a duplicate gift of these interviews to the Historical department of the Hamilton Library, which it is hoped, will be a growing collection with new interviews to be added as found.
In a few cases, there will be found to be two interviews from the same narrator under different divisions. In this way, subject matter has been more easily codified. The total number of persons interviewed has been 145, the total number of interviews 150.
To this work, the interviewer has devoted months. Often a whole afternoon has been given to getting an important interview; for the minds of the old can not be hurried else mental confusion will result. In a few cases, important data necessarily had to be given by the second generation.
Most of the collection is given to interviews concerning early Caldwell
County history; a few concern the early history of our citizens who pioneered
In other Missouri counties or other states. A group of three interviews came
From pioneers in Miller County, Missouri, where the interviewer taught in the
It has been a continuous aim to reproduce the spirit and the words of
Narrators and to get true facts as far as it lay.
THE McCUBBIN FAMILY AS PIONEERS NEAR BRECKENRIDGE.
Narrator: M.R. McCubbin of Breckenridge, Mo.
The following will give some of the historical facts concerning the
Earlier part of Barnett Monroe McCubbin and his wife Susannah who lived as
Pioneers in Caldwell County.
Barnett M. McCubbin was born in Hancock County, Illinois January 8, 1836. His father Pl easant McCubbin was the son of James McCubbin of North Carolina and later of Kentucky. James was a soldier in the war of the Revolution and served under Washington at Valley Forge. His wife was Polly Cook of Virginia and tradition has it that she was the one chosen for the partner in the grand promenade, at the close of the Revolutionary War, when Washington with many of the patriots was celebrating the close of the Revolution and the surrender of the English. Pleasant was a veteran of the Black Hawk War and moved with his family to Missouri near what is Warsaw now and the head of the Lake of the Ozarks, in September of 1836. Barnett was only about eight months old at this time. It was here that he grew up to about seventeen years and in the spring of 1853 crossed the plains to California with the ox trains of Howsers and Hood. They started the first part of April and reached Hang Town, California on the thirteenth day of October, being on the road over six months. He served with the train as driver part of the time and as the hunter for supplies of wild game much of the time. He was captured by the Indians on one occasion and was rescued by the rear guard of the train who had remained longer than usual to allow the stock to feed on the grass as much as possible. He remained in California about three and a half years and returned home by way of the isthmus of Panama by steamer and crossed the isthmus on the make shift railroad that was there at that time, stopping at Havana Cuba, from there to New Orleans, St.
Louis and to Jefferson City and by stage to his old home at Warsaw, Missouri.
He came to Caldwell County soon after and began his trade, that of brick
Making which he learned while in California. The first brick building in
Breckenridge on the corner where Ollie McWilliams first ran a store was built
Then, he putting up the brickwork from brick made and hauled from a place two miles south and about a quarter mile west of the Finley corner. Many of the early brick buildings were built by him, as contractor.
In religion he was a Baptist, and politically he was always for all progressive matters that would be for the betterment of the common people, while much ridicule was offered to these things they have in many instances been enacted into law and many other things more radical are being put into being today. He died in Breckenridge, Missouri April 12, 1929.
Susannah G. his wife was born in Miller County, Missouri November 30, 1836 near Versailes, and later while yet a young woman moved to a homestead about five miles southwest of what is now Breckenridge. They got their mail either at Kingston or Utica Post Office, as there was none other nearer. Most of the country was new and there was hardly a fence to be seen only where the new homes were being carved out. Stock roamed at will over the vast expanse of prairie, where the wild blue stem-grass grew in great abundance. At that time there was wild deer, bear and much wild game of all sorts, so that the new settler was well supplied with meat, and also there was wild fruit and grapes in profusion.
While it was hard work to clear the ground of brush and timber so there could be plowing done, these other natural resources helped wonderfully. In these times there was much home work about the house that had to be done and included in this was the art of carding and spinning cotton and wool and the preparing of flax to be woven into cloth for the clothing. Susannah was very expert at this work and was in great demand about the country to do weaving for the neighbors , for it was not so many that could do this kind of work with any degree of quality. In later years this was not needed as the time came when the calicoes and other cloths were beginning to be manufactured. She was a very industrious woman and mother, rearing eight children, besides taking care of many other relatives and acquaintances. She was a very earnest Christian and was a Baptist. In the early days there were no church buildings and such services were held at the homes for regular meetings and in warm weather there were camp meetings held in groves where they would build a temporary arbor for shelter. The seats were such as they could readily construct from boards and logs. These places were not only centers for religious purpose but social life as well. It is hard to realize that only a generation or two ago this region was so sparsely settled that homes were several miles apart. There were no roads or fences but only paths and driveways that went most any direct way to where they desired to go.
INTERVIEWED JANUARY 1934.
Research on Barnett Monroe McCubbin, Susannah G. McCubbin, and their children by:
James L. McCubbin, Rt.1, Box 351K, Lawson, Missouri 64062-9751 1991
Notes for SUSANNAH G. MCCUBBIN:
May have died in 1908 - as stated in Barnett's newspaper obituary.
Children of BARNETT MCCUBBIN and SUSANNAH MCCUBBIN are:
i. ANNIE ELIZA6 MCCUBBIN, b. July 05, 1862, Breckenridge, Caldwell County, Missouri; d. 1918, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona; m. SANFORD BROOKS.
ii. WILLIAM MONROE MCCUBBIN, b. November 01, 1864; d. December 16, 1935, Braymer, Caldwell County, Missouri; m. CARRIE ELIZABETH MCDIVITT, March 28, 1888, Caldwell County, Missouri; b. May 24, 1871, Mirabile, DeKalb County, Missouri; d. April 06, 1944, Kansas City, Missouri.
Notes for WILLIAM MONROE MCCUBBIN:
Hamilton Advocate-Hamiltonian, Hamilton, Missouri December 19, 1935
DEATH OF WM. McCUBBIN
William McCubbin died at his home in Braymer Monday morning. He moved to Braymer when t hat town was first established following the building of the
Milwaukee railroad. He was for twenty four years a salesman for the Moore
Monument Company here, and in recent years in Chillicothe. The Moore plant in Chillicothe wa s closed Tuesday as all employees attended the funeral which was held at the Baptist Church a t Braymer.
Notes for CARRIE ELIZABETH MCDIVITT:
Braymer Bee, Bryamer, Missouri April 13 1944
MRS. CARRIE McCUBBIN DIED SUDDENLY
Pioneer Resident of Braymer in Poor Health in Recent Years,
Died Shortly After Reaching Hospital
Braymer as a whole was shocked Friday to learn of the death of a former
loved citizen, Mrs. Carrie McCubbin at Kansas City.
She had been in failing health since the death of her son Hirschel, over a year ago. Wi thin recent months she sold her residence property in this city and went to live quietly in a n apartment in Kansas City, but her health did not improve. However her last illness was o f short duration. She grew suddenly worse and was taken to a hospital but lived less than fi ve hours after arrivingthere.
A postmortem evidenced the fact that she was suffering from a form of
menengitis which had superinduced pneumonia and death came quickly to one of
the sweetest of characters.
Mrs. McCubbin had felt when she vacated her home here that she would not
live long, and so told friends, mentioning the fact that she was having
frequent heart attacks. So the summons was at least not unexpected to her.
The remains arrived mid-day Saturday and the funeral took place at the
Baptist Church that afternoon.
The obituary appears on the second page of this paper.
Carrie Elizabeth McDivit was born at Mirabile, Mo., May 24, 1871, and
passed from this life at Kansas City, Mo., April 6, 1944 at the age of 72 years and 11 months .
Her parents were Benton McDivitt and Mary Ann Johnson McDivitt.
In 1888 she was joined in marriage to William Monroe McCubbin and to that union were bor n five boys and four girls: Carrie E., Bess Nell, William M. Jr., Suzanne, Kenneth Vance, Hi rschel Benton, Samuel Walter, Elizabeth and
Preceding her in death were her husband in 1935 and her son Samuel Water
also in 1935 and her son Hirschel Benton who died in 1943 while in the service of the Unite d States Navy.
She is survived by seven children, seven grandchildren and one great
Mr. and Mrs. McCubbin were among the early settlers of Braymer, coming
before there was a town. Mr. McCubbin operated a brick and tile factory.
She was baptized at Polo, Missouri and was a member of the Braymer Baptist church and re mained faithful and influential during all of her residence here. Following the death of he r husband she lived mainly in California and Kansas City and Visited her friends in Braymer v ery frequently.
She was an influence for good among all who knew her and her kindness and consideratio n drew around her a vast number of friends. She lived a selfless life and was devoted to he r church, her friends and her children. She will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Braymer Baptist
church, Rev. F.C. Stevenson officiating. Intermen was at Evergreen Cemetery.
Kansas City Times, Kansas City, Missouri April 7, 1944
Mrs. Carrie E. McCubbin Rites
Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Elizabeth McCubbin, 72 years old, 2016
Linwood Boulevard, who died yesterday at the St. Joseph hospital, will be held at 2 o'clock S aturday at the Braymer, Mo., Baptist church. Burial will be held at the Evergreen cemetery a t Braymer.
Marriage Notes for WILLIAM MCCUBBIN and CARRIE MCDIVITT:
Caldwell County, Kingston, Missouri Marriage Records Book D, page 132
iii. CHARLES A. MCCUBBIN, b. September 04, 1867; d. March 24, 1869.
Notes for CHARLES A. MCCUBBIN:
Died in Infancy
iv. LOU ELLA "LULA" MCCUBBIN, b. February 01, 1870; d. January 17, 1904.
v. ROLLA MCCUBBIN, b. October 21, 1872; d. 1957.
vi. SAMUEL MORDECAI MCCUBBIN, b. March 16, 1875; d. 1948; m. DAISY ORRICK.
vii. EFFIE MCCUBBIN, b. January 06, 1878.
viii. LIZZIE MCCUBBIN, b. October 21, 1880; d. 1929; m. LAFAYETTE BROOKS, January 06, 1901, Caldwell County, Missouri.
Marriage Notes for LIZZIE MCCUBBIN and LAFAYETTE BROOKS:
Caldwell County, Kingston, Missouri Marriage Records Book G, page 229
Listed as Lafe A. Brooks and Lizzie McCubbin
21. SUSAN RUSSELL5 ROUPE (JOHN4, NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1837. She married LEWIS THOMAS HIEATT.
Children of SUSAN ROUPE and LEWIS HIEATT are:
i. RAISBEL COSSEM6 HIEATT, b. 1855.
ii. KATE HIEATT, b. 1856.
iii. LUE HIEATT, b. 1858.
iv. EMMA HIEATT, b. 1859.
v. FLORENCE HIEATT, b. 1861.
vi. IDA MAE HIEATT, b. 1863.
vii. JOHN WILLIAM HIEATT, b. 1865.
viii. LILLIAN HIEATT, b. 1867.
ix. SUE HIEATT, b. 1869.
x. ERNEST HIEATT, b. 1871.
22. WILLIAM H.5 ROUPE (JOHN4, NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1839. He married NANNIE CRUTCHER.
Children of WILLIAM ROUPE and NANNIE CRUTCHER are:
i. ADDIE R.6 ROUPE.
ii. MYRTLE ROUPE.
iii. CAROLINE ROUPE.
iv. WILL ROUPE.
v. PAUL ROUPE.
23. MARTHA5 ROUPE (JOHN4, NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1843. She married BUD CRUTCHER.
Children of MARTHA ROUPE and BUD CRUTCHER are:
i. WILLIAM6 CRUTCHER.
ii. LUTHER CRUTCHER.
iii. JEAN CRUTCHER, m. GEORGE HARRIS.
24. ORPHA ANN5 ROUPE (JOHN4, NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1844, and died Aft. 1873. She married JOESPH BLACKBURN HAMILTON December 05, 1863 in Franklin Co Ky, son of HEZEKIAH HAMILTON and CATHRINE BRUNER. He was born 1840 in Clark Co KY, and died November 25, 1916.
Children of ORPHA ROUPE and JOESPH HAMILTON are:
i. ANNA ARILLA6 HAMILTON, b. October 30, 1864, Benson Kentucky; d. January 18, 1960, Indanapolis IN; m. JACOB CHRISTIAN KERNEN, June 05, 1882; b. April 08, 1860, Madison In; d. February 11, 1935.
ii. ELLA NORA HAMILTON, b. November 27, 1866, Benson Kentucky; d. January 13, 1943, Pleasureville Kentucky; m. SAMUEL WOODSON EASLEY, March 17, 1890, New Albany IN; b. 1859; d. 1934.
iii. DRUSCILLA HAMILTON, b. 1867.
iv. CAROLINE BROWN HAMILTON, b. March 23, 1871, Benson Kentucky; d. August 08, 1961, Louisville Kentucky; m. FREDRICK SAMPLE, Owensboro Kentucky.
v. JOHN SIDNEY HAMILTON, b. May 1873, Frankfort Kentucky; d. April 14, 1944, Louisville Kentucky; m. DELLA LUCKETT, December 21, 1892, Louisville Kentucky; b. 1875; d. 1960.
25. JAMES5 ROUPE (JOHN4, NICHOLAS JR3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born 1859. He married LENA. She was born Abt. 1861.
Children of JAMES ROUPE and LENA are:
i. NICHOLAS6 ROUPE, b. 1891.
ii. WALTER ROUPE, b. 1893.
26. R. C.5 EDMUNSON (LEAH4 HICKLIN, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) He married N. PATTEN.
Child of R. EDMUNSON and N. PATTEN is:
i. R. P.6 EDMUNSON, b. 1845; d. 1931; m. A. M. SMITH; b. 1856; d. 1908.
27. EDWARD5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born June 10, 1829, and died April 21, 1915 in Pomona CA. He married (1) BETTY GILL. She was born July 03, 1858, and died September 15, 1930. He married (2) AMANDA PALMER 1858 in Sacramento CA. He married (3) SUSAN HENRY OWENS 1877. She was born 1846 in Illinois.
Children of EDWARD HICKLIN and AMANDA PALMER are:
i. WILLIAM6 HICKLIN.
ii. EUGENA HICKLIN.
iii. CHARLES HICKLIN.
iv. AGNES HICKLIN, m. FRANK MCMAHON.
v. FRANCES HICKLIN, m. G. A. ALLEN.
vi. LAURA HICKLIN, b. 1865; m. E. YORK.
vii. EDWARD B. HICKLIN, b. 1865.
viii. LURENE HICKLIN, m. HARRY I. BENTLEY, 1873.
ix. VERINA HICKLIN, b. 1867; m. B. BIGGS, March 24, 1882, Los Cabazas AZ.
28. ELIZABETH ADRANNA5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born March 05, 1841, and died February 22, 1927 in Longwood Mo. She married JOHN MARR August 27, 1856 in Lafayette Co Mo, son of THOMAS MARR and MARY JEFFERIES. He was born January 01, 1827 in Lafayette Co MO, and died January 05, 1898 in Marshall Mo.
Children of ELIZABETH HICKLIN and JOHN MARR are:
i. MARY AGNES6 MARR, b. December 09, 1857; d. October 14, 1935; m. D. FINLEY CROCKETT.
ii. GEORGE WALKER MARR, b. July 17, 1859; d. June 17, 1876.
iii. INFANT MARR, b. 1861; d. 1861.
iv. SARAH LOUISE MARR, b. June 19, 1864; d. December 18, 1957; m. WILLIAM BAKER.
v. JAMES THOMAS MARR, b. May 15, 1866, Saline Co Mo; d. June 28, 1910, Nelson Mo; m. DEETTA FRANCES BARNES, April 19, 1893, Saline Co Mo; b. July 21, 1868, Saline Co Mo; d. October 22, 1952, Pilot Grove Mo.
vi. JESSE JANE MARR, b. December 24, 1868; d. December 11, 1943, Sedalia Mo; m. (1) S. P. CLAYTON; m. (2) CHARLES H. DOTSON, 1889; d. February 11, 1913.
vii. JOHN ROBERT MARR, b. December 14, 1870; d. March 19, 1948; m. ELIZA HIERONYMUS.
viii. THURSTON WILCOXIN MARR, b. February 23, 1872; d. 1950; m. EMMA.
ix. EDNA EARL MARR, b. August 16, 1877; d. March 24, 1879.
x. OBADIAH BOUNDS MARR, b. October 22, 1880; d. November 04, 1956; m. H. MARTHA WILLIAMS; b. November 18, 1903.
xi. EMMA JOSEPHENE MARR, b. May 16, 1885, Saline Co Mo; d. July 24, 1956, Pettis Co Mo; m. PAM RUSH GRINSTEAD; b. November 09, 1873; d. October 27, 1946.
xii. FRANKLIN FISHER MARR, b. September 09, 1887; d. December 08, 1949; m. M. EMILY BELL.
29. YOUNG EWING5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born June 29, 1842, and died June 12, 1912. He married ELIZA L. PLUMMER June 06, 1869. She was born August 23, 1851, and died October 14, 1908.
Notes for YOUNG EWING HICKLIN:
Military 1860 - 1865 Shelby's Brigade. Had 16 siblings according to newspaper article on Hicklin Hearthstone House in Lexington Mo
Children of YOUNG HICKLIN and ELIZA PLUMMER are:
i. JOHN E. RYLAND6 HICKLIN, m. ALMA A. DAVIS, 1915.
ii. PEARL HICKLIN, m. ALBERT JOHNSTON WINN.
30. WADE5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born August 22, 1848, and died 1922. He married NANNIE GEORGE 1873.
Children of WADE HICKLIN and NANNIE GEORGE are:
i. MAMIE W.6 HICKLIN.
ii. JAMES C. HICKLIN.
iii. LULU HICKLIN.
iv. LACKEY HICKLIN.
v. SALLEY C. HICKLIN.
vi. THURMAN HICKLIN.
31. WILLIAM5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born February 04, 1853. He married BETTY GILL. She was born July 03, 1858, and died September 15, 1930.
Child of WILLIAM HICKLIN and BETTY GILL is:
i. GILL E.6 HICKLIN, b. October 11, 1879; d. January 03, 1914.
32. TOLBERT5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born July 23, 1855, and died 1929. He married ALICE HAYGOODE.
Child of TOLBERT HICKLIN and ALICE HAYGOODE is:
i. ROSA6 HICKLIN.
33. ROBERT A.5 HICKLIN (JAMES4, HANNAH3 RUPE, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born January 15, 1859, and died December 26, 1909. He married ANN MORELAND. She died March 21, 1910.
Child of ROBERT HICKLIN and ANN MORELAND is:
i. REID M.6 HICKLIN, b. November 04, 1878; d. July 12, 1879.
34. BARNETT C.5 TURNER (ELIZABETH4 RUPE, GILEAD KILLIAN3, NICHOLAS2, BERNHARD1 ROOP) was born in Howard County Mo. He married ?.
Child of BARNETT TURNER and ? is:
i. ALAMEDA6 TURNER, b. 1906.