Juda Shupe~ ~ ~1842-1903 Submitted by: Shirley Harlan
Mrs. Juda Shupe Dies
Mrs. Juda Shupe, the late widow of A. J. Shupe, late of private soldier's Post G.A.R.No. 62, Oklahoma Territory, died this morning at her home two miles southeast of the city from a complication of diseases, heart failure, pneumonia and a dropsical condition being confined to her bed since the tenth day of November.
Mr. and Mrs. Shupe moved to this country when it was first opened for settlement and have remained on the saame place ever since. Mr. Shupe preceded his wife to the home beyond over two years ago.
Mrs. Shupe was a devoted member of the Christian Church, was a loving and faithful wife and mother and a good neighbor. She has a host of friends who attest her worth as a christian woman.
She leaves a family of thirteen children all of whom are grown to manhood and womanhood, eight girls and five boys. The children are Mrs. Becky Edwards of North Carolina; Mrs. Lulu Davis of Newton, Kansas; Emma Legarde, Mattie Berieter, Eliza J. Hamilton, Mary Shupe, Mrs. Rhoda Raney, and Phoebe Shupe daughters, all of this city. Joe, Matt, and Arthur of this city; Henry of Wheaton, Mo., and Charles of Troop M. First U.S. Cavalry of Fort Clark, Texas, sons.
The funeral was from the residence, Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. C.H. Hilton, of the Christian Church and the interment in Odd Fellows cemetery, north of the city, attended by many of our citizens.
Blackwell Times Record
Thursday, December 31, 1903
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