|Birth: ||Mar. 15, 1846|
|Death: ||May 13, 1932|
Son of William Henry Jupin and Mary Purdy.
John Jupin was born in Bardstown, Kentucky on March 15, 1846. He departed, this life on May 13, 1932 at Bristow, Oklahoma at the age of 86 years, 1 month and 28 days. He leaves to mourn his loss two daughters, Mrs. Nina Kendall of Louisville. Ky., Mrs. Susie Scott, of Brtstow. Okla.; and three sons, J. H. Jupin of Colgate, Okla., Chas.Jupin of Mason City, Illinois and J. E. Jupin of Indianapolis, Indiana together with a, host of friends.
John Jupin enlisted in the Union Army during the Civil War in 1862 and was honorably discharged from the service after the war in 1866. During this period he served his country faithfully on many fields of battle. After the war and for the years following until the date of his death, he served his Christ in the Ministry. Just a few weeks before his death, while speaking in Okmulgee, Okla., he quoted one of his favorite scriptures: "Blessed Are They who Die in the Lord, They Rest from their labours but their works do follow them," This is truly true regarding the deceased. In his own self-written epitaph he expresses the essence of his life and his death when he wrote: "He died as he lived, a Christian."
His body was brought from Bristow, Okla.. and interment was made at the Methodist cemetery at Weldon. Rev. M. D. Allen pastor of the Brandenburg Methodist church preached the funeral services.
IN 1915, he states Milissa A Jupin died 14 Sep 1912 at Soldier's Home in Roseburg, OR and the record of the children is 'missed place' and lists: Six living children - C. S., J. H., Susie B., J. E., Lillie B., Nannie Lou.
John Jupin with consent of father married Malissa Hawkins with consent of mother on May 31, 1866 in Meade County, Kentucky. From Meade County Kentucky, Marriages Vol. II.
Mary E Edmonds Haynes Jupin (1861 - 1930)
Charles Stephen Jupin (1868 - 1934)*
Susanna Buchanan Jupin Scott (1873 - 1952)*
John Hugh Jupin (1878 - 1934)*
Joseph Edgar Jupin (1881 - 1953)*
Lillie B. Jupin Reece (1892 - 1922)*
Nina Louise Jupin Kendall (1895 - 1960)*
Note: Pvt Civil War Union Army, John F. Jupin's service record: Enlisted as a Private in the Union Army on Feb. 22, 1864. Enlisted in Company C, 12th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on Mar. 16, 1864. Mustered out Aug. 23, 1865 in Louisville, KY. DISTINGUSHED
Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Kent Pack
Originally Created by: Thelma Whelan
Record added: Aug 01, 2007
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