Date of Death: 22 Jan 1914
Subject: Edna Ann (Payne)Hupp 
Source: Savannah Reporter, 30 Jan 1914, p. 1, column 4 

Mrs. H. N. Hupp Buried Saturday 

Mrs. H. N. Hupp was born in Gentry county, Missouri, May 14, 1856, and was reared in Dekalb county. She was married to John Hampton on September 17, 1871 [sic]. To them were born eight children, seven of whom are living: Ida May Brown of Helena; Dora Jessie Mulvaney, Kansas City; Sarah D. Patton, Helena; James E. Hampton, St. Joseph; William Grover Hampton, Beloit, Ks.; John Arville [sic] Hampton, Garden Grove, California, and Frank Hampton of Oneida, Ks. She was married to H. N. Hupp of Carlinville, Ill., August 4, 1904. She united with the M. E. church about five years ago and has remained a faithful member ever since. She passed from this life on January 22, 1914, aged fifty-seven years, eight months and eight days. She leaves a husband, seven children and many friends to mourn her going. The funeral services were conducted at the Methodist Episcopal church at Helena, Rev. Lucius L. Smith, officiating, Saturday afternoon and interment was made at the Rochester cemetery. The Rebekah’s assisted at the church and officiated at the cemetery. –Lucius L. Smith.