Steven Shupp

AncientFaces Member since Jul 01, 2015

About: I am a deputy sheriff and I am reseaching my family names. They include Shupp, Seibert, Martin, Kirkwood.

Researching: Shupp, Martin, Bowers, Kirkwood, Shepherd, Seibert, Willier

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Deshler Train Depot as it sits today in Deshler, Henry County, Ohio. Located on the now CSX Line. Was the B&O Line and a stop for the Capitol Limited.
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This is another photo found with my grandfather's belongings. The only thing on the photo was Jacbas and Hawk. I am assuming these two were with my grandfather in his unit 581st AAA serving in the Rhineland in 1945.
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The one laying down in the middle is my grandfather, Kenneth Seibert. He served in the 581st AAA in Germany, World War II. This is a photo that was in his belongings but it did not contain a location or any names of the others in the photo. He served between Dec 1944 to Apr of 1946
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My Grandfather, Kenneth Seibert, sitting in front, served in the 581st AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion. He served in the European Theatre. He left 24 DEC 1944 and returned home 04 APR 1946. He did not list the location of this photo but I would assume it is near the Rhineland.
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Henry "Hank" Seibert (Navy) and Kenneth Seibert (Army)during World War II.
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Not sure if they were leaving or getting ready to go somewhere. This is the Nursery Class at the Church of the Ephinany. The one holding the drum was my father, Keith Shupp, AKA Dennis Ray Gahagan/Sumner. He was adopted as a young child from the Allegehney Childrens Home in the Pittsburgh.
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front to back L to R. "Jed", "Homeburg", "PeeWee", Ortiz, Burcua, Grunner, Mayor, "Redneck", Mason, Wright, "Col. Klink", Sayer, "Bert", Wallingford, Coleman, and "Mississippi".
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Steven Shupp Thanks for your post, if may ask your fathers name I have other pictures with some of the men my grandfather served with.
Oct 03, 2014 · posted to the photo Kenneth Seibert in WW II, Anti Aircraft Artillery
Steven Shupp From the Roster of Ohio Soldiers, The War of the Rebellion: I located a Henry, Mathias, 2nd Regiment Ohio Vol. Heavy Artillery, F Co., Private, age 31, entered 12 Oct 1864, served 1yr, mustered out w/ co. on 23 Aug 1865.
Feb 22, 2009 · posted to the photo Mathias Henry's Obituary
Steven Shupp Fron the Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers in the War of the Rebellion: I located a David W. Courtney...He is listed in F Company as a Private, age 18, entered 05 Jun 1861, 3 yr Service, Transferred to Co. A 01 Jan 1864, veteran. In Co. A he is listed as a Sgt.. He was appointed Cpl. 01 Jan 1864, Appt. Sgt. on 19 Oct 1864. Promoted to Com. Sgt and transferred to Field and Staff 20 Feb 1865. David Mustered out w/ regiment on 05 Dec 1865. I am not sure if this is the same person but I can tell you this is the only Courtney listed in this reference under the name of Courtney in the 13th Regiment OVI
Feb 22, 2009 · posted to the photo William Courtney
Steven Shupp From the Roster of Ohio Soldiers: Charles M. Adams, Corporal, age 38, entered 30 Aug 1864, served 1yr, Appointed 20 Sep 1864, Mustered out with company 28 Jun 1865. Company C Mustered in 18 Aug 1864 at Camp Chase, Ohio by W.P. Richardson, Colonel 25th OVI, Mustereed out 28 Jun 1865, at Charlotte, NC, by E.A. Folson, Captain and A.C.M., Department of North Carolina.
Jan 17, 2009 · posted to the photo Charles & Mary (Oliver) Adams, 1864
Steven Shupp Issac Eddy, Private, age 40, entered 15 Aug 1862, served 3 yrs., Wounded 06 May 1864, in Battle of the Wilderness, VA: also 09 Jul 1864, in Battle of Moncacy, MD: Discharged 14 May 1865 on Surgeon's certificate of disability Co. B mustered in at Camp Stuebenville, OH. by Alexander E. Drake. Capt. 2nd U.S. Infantry. Mustered out 25 Jun 1865, near Washington D.C., by J.C. Robinson, bevert Major and A.C.M. 3rd Division 6th Army Corps.
Jan 16, 2009 · posted to the photo John K Eddy
Steven Shupp 179th Regiment was organized at Camp Chase, Ohio in September 1864 to serve one year. It moved to Nashville, TN., arriving on the 8th of October, and was placed on duty at that post. It was assigned to the Second Brigade, Fourth Division, Twentieth Army Corps, and was present at the battle of Nashville, December 15 an 16, 1864. The One Hundred and Seventy-ninth remained on duty at Nashville until the 17th of June, 1865, when it was mustered out in accordance with orders from the War Department.
Jan 16, 2009 · posted to the photo Henry Shade Civil War document