Daniel L. Shoup
(1825-1890)
Elizabeth Caroline Lamar
(1831-1908)
Dr. Albert Warren Shoup
(1857-1910)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Sophronia Beeker

2. Eugenia Van Dyke
3. Hester Fowler

Dr. Albert Warren Shoup 2 3

  • Born: 9 Nov 1857, Monticello, White, IN 2
  • Marriage (1): Sophronia Beeker on 10 Sep 1888 in , Tippecanoe, IN
  • Marriage (2): Eugenia Van Dyke on 6 Nov 1895 1
  • Marriage (3): Hester Fowler on 12 Apr 1909 in , Tippecanoe, IN 1
  • Died: 12 Sep 1910, Lafayette, Tippecanoe, IN, USA at age 52 2 3
  • Buried: 14 Sep 1910, Battle Ground: Battle Ground Cemetery, Tippecanoe, IN, USA 2 3

   FamilySearch ID: KHVN-694.

  Noted events in his life were:

1. He has conflicting birth information of Albert's death certificate states he was born 9 Nov 1858 and died age 52 on 12 Sep 1910. A 1999 reading of his tombstone said his age was 52yr 10mo 3da which is a brithdate of 9 Nov 1857., 9 Nov 1858 and Monticello, White, IN. 4 1999 Cemetery Reading by Mary E. Wilson:
Sec AR Row 03 TS 02A to 02C in Lot 225
Shoup, Daniel B. b. 15 May 1892 d. 15 May 1892 s/o Albert & Frona
Shoup, Sophrona Beeker d. 31 May 1891 Age 31 yr 9mo 21da
Shoup, Albert W. d. 2 Sep 1910 Age 52yr 10mo 3da
[note: Albert's death certificate states he died 12 Sep 1910]

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2. Book: Past and Present of Tippecanoe County, Indiana: Vol 2, 1909. 1
A. W. SHOUP. M. D. (photo)

Among the men who have taken an active part in the affairs of Tippecanoe county and won a reputation for their interest in the welfare of the general public and a profession as well is Dr. A. W. Shoup, who is eminently deserving of the high esteem in which he is held.
Born in the adjoining county of White, in the city of Monticello, Doctor Shoup is the son of Daniel
and Caroline (Lamar) Shoup, a worthy old couple who moved to Tippecanoe county in 1863 and spent the remainder of their lives here, established a good home and won the confidence and respect of a wide circle of friends.
Of their family of eight children Dr. A. W., of this review, was the oldest. He spent his early youth on the farm assisting with the work on the same and attending the district schools during the winter months. He applied himself very carefully to his work and was enabled to take up teaching, which profession he followed with much success in the schools of his home county during the next twelve years, his services being in great demand, for he was not only well qualified for this line of work from a text-book standpoint but also had all the other necessary qualifications for the successful teacher.
All the while he was interested in scientific subjects, and his reading was wide in its scope. Feeling the need for a more thorough training in order to fit himself for the medical profession for which he had long had a predilection, he entered Purdue University at Lafayette, from which institution he was graduated in the summer of 1887, with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. For some time following his graduate he was engaged in the drug business in Lafayette, studying medicine in the meantime.
Entering a medical college in Louisville, Kentucky, he finished the course in a very creditable manner in the spring of 1904. So well had he done his work in Purdue University that he was enabled to pass many of the examinations in the Louisville school without taking the subjects over again. Upon his graduation he located in the city of Terre Haute, where he built up a very
good patronage, but believing that a more desirable field awaited him at Battle Ground he established an office here, and his success was instantaneous. He now has an excellent practice throughout this part of the county.
Doctor Shoup was first married in November, 1895. to Eugenia Van Dyke, of Kentucky. On account of the failing health of Mrs. Shoup, the Doctor was compelled to relinquish his practice here and locate in the South, consequently they moved to North Carolina; however, the change in climate did not result in the benefit to the health of Mrs. Shoup anticipated and she was called to her rest in 1900. To this union one son was born, Van Dyke Shoup, in 1896. Soon after the death of his wife the Doctor returned to Battle Ground and again took up his practice here, where he has since remained. The Doctor was again married on April 12, 1909, his last wife being known in her maidenhood as Hester Fowler. Mrs. Shoup has lived in Tippecanoe county all her life and has a large acquaintance.
Doctor Shoup is deeply enamored of his work and keeps abreast of the times in all scientific research bearing on the medical profession; he is a deep student not only in medical lines but in various lines of literature. He has long been active in the affairs of the Republican party.

3. Cause of Death: Albert died at St. Elizabeth Hospital from carcinoma of liver, 12 Sep 1910, Lafayette, Tippecanoe, IN, USA. 3

4. Newspaper: Journal and Courier: 50 Years Ago Today in the Morning Journal: W. J. Snoddy has purchased the A. W. Shoup drug store in West Lafayette. Bert Caulkins will continue as pharmacist., 16 Nov 1942, Lafayette, Tippecanoe, IN, USA. 5


Albert married Sophronia Beeker, daughter of Daniel Beeker and Mary Frances Stewart, on 10 Sep 1888 in , Tippecanoe, IN. (Sophronia Beeker was born on 10 Aug 1860 in Tippecanoe Township, Tippecanoe, IN, USA,6 died on 31 May 1892 in West Lafayette, Tippecanoe, IN 6 7 and was buried on 2 Jun 1892 in Battle Ground: Battle Ground Cemetery, Tippecanoe, IN, USA 6 7.)


Albert next married Eugenia Van Dyke on 6 Nov 1895.1 (Eugenia Van Dyke was born in , , KY 1 and died in 1900 1.)


Albert next married Hester Fowler on 12 Apr 1909 in , Tippecanoe, IN.1 (Hester Fowler was born in , Tippecanoe, IN.)


Sources


1 Richard Patten DeHart, Past and Present of Tippecanoe County, Indiana: Vol 2 (Indianapolis, Indiana, B. F. Bowen & Coompany, Publishers. 1909. Online https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=blA0AQAAMAAJ at Google Books), Page 1104, A. W. Shoup M. D.

2 Find A Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/53665715.

3 Ancestry.com, "Indiana, U.S., Death Certificates, 1899-2017," Certificate 235 Dr. Albert Warren Shoup father Stanial Shoup, mother Elizabeth Laymar, spouse Hester Shoup informant.

4 Mary E. Wilson, "Battle Ground Cemetery (1999 Reading)," http://ingenweb.org/intippecanoe/BGCemAR_B.htm Shoup Albert W. and Sophrona Beeker.

5 "Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)," 16 Nov 1942, page 6.

6 Find A Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/53665730.

7 "Lafayette Daily Courier (Lafayette, IN)," Obituary of Mrs. A. W. Shoup.



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