Norman Cuppett - TBD

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j asj I I The allowed early; i in: | and | laborsaving I j for two before NORMAN B. CUPPETT Norman B. Cuppett, a native New Paris, died suddenly at 4 o'clock Thursday morning, Nov. 17, at his home in Johnstown. He suffered from pneumonia. He spent Sunday visiting his mother at Paris and was taken ill upon his return home. He was a son of Samuel B , deceased, and Mrs. Ellie Ringler Cuppett and was born in New Paris Dec. 11, 1892. He was married 19 years ago to Miss Davis. Surviving are the mother, the widow and two daughters, Clifford Miller, of Johnstown, and Miss Lois Cuppett at home. Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Mrs., John Hiner, of Geostown, Mrs. ^Lawrence Kerr, of Johnstown, Winter D., and Harry Cuppett, both o'f New Paris Mrs. Nellie Clark, Miss Jeannette and Robert Cuppett, all of New Paris. A grandson also survives. was a lifelong member of the ted Brethren Church. The funeral was held from his Johnstown Friday afternoon in charge of John Winwood. The body was taken to New Paris for burial in Brethren cemetery- His father died a year ago. /

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  1. Bedford Gazette,
  2. 25 Nov 1932, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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