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Olive Pearl Eustice Shoup
Birth: Feb. 3, 1902
Carbon County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 23, 1929
Summit County
Ohio, USA

W/O Arthur George Shoup, Sr.

1900 Census: John Eustice 64 Harriet Eustice 65 and Olive Eustice 16. Counted with her grandparents.
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Olive and Arthur separated in 1927, but no divorce.

Children: Ralph Robert Eustice Shoup, Ellsworth Clarence Shoup and John David Shoup.

At the time of her death she was working at General Tire Company, Akron, OH. Died from cancer. Family stories indicate she had numerous abortions performed by her mother which may have caused the cancer. 
Family links: 
  John William Eustice (1875 - 1916)
  Maze Jewel Cook Lindback (1880 - 1975)
  Arthur George Shoup (1889 - 1950)*
  Ralph Robert Eustice Shoup (1919 - 2009)*
  Ellsworth Clarence Shoup (1921 - 2000)*
  John David Shoup (1923 - 1973)*
  Ralph Robert Cook Eustice (1899 - 1976)*
  Olive Pearl Eustice Shoup (1902 - 1929)
  John William Eustice (1911 - 1993)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Originally interred at Holy Cross Cemetery, Akron, OH in 1929 and in 1931 she was moved to Greenwood.
Greenwood Cemetery
Summit County
Ohio, USA
Plot: Lot 55, Sect IV
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Record added: Aug 10, 2011
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