Obit: Shoop, Susana (1837 - 1926)

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Surnames: Shoop, Lintner, Moe, Steel, Wesenberg, Schweppe, Cole, Nelson, Stevens, Lazotte, Christmas, Longenecker, Rawson

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 07/08/1926

Shoop, Susana (11 July 1837 - 26 June 1926)

Mrs. Susana Lintner Shoop died June 26, 1926, at Spokane, Wash. She was born in Crawford County, Ohio, July 11, 1837, and moved with her parents to Illinois, when she was 10 years of age. She was married to Andrew Shoop in 1856. About 48 years ago they moved to Wisconsin and settled in the town of Washburn, where they family lived for 30 years. Mr. Shoop died 24 years ago. About 18 years ago Mrs. Shoop went to make her home with her children, who lived in Spokane, and there she passed away at the advanced age of 88 years, 11 months and 15 days. Mrs. Shoop was a woman whose life had been long devoted to the welfare of her family and the good of those about her, and yet with her manifold duties of the home, she found time to be a helpful neighbor. To Mr. and Mrs. Shoop were born 12 children. Those living are Mrs. Henry Moe, Mrs. John Steel, Mrs. Edith Wesenberg and Mrs. Louis Schweppe, all of Spokane; Mrs. Leonard Cole, Long Beach, California, Mrs. Effner Nelson, Ladysmith, Wis., Mrs. Will Stevens, Neillsville, Mrs. Lydia Lazotte, Neillsville, and Samuel Shoop, Warrenton, Oregon; those deceased are Mrs. Effie Christmas, Edmond Shoop and Andrew Shoop. She leaves also 35 grandchildren. The remains were brought here for burial, the funeral being held Thursday in the Presbyterian church, Rev. G. W. Longenecker officiating, in the absence of the Presbyterian pastor, Rev. Rawson.

 

 


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