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Charles Greenup (1925-1945)

KILLED IN GERMANY

FRANKLIN, April 28 0 (Special) T-5 Charles Greenup, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenup, of Franklin, was killed in Germany April 15, a War department telegram informed his parents Friday afternoon.
Greenup entered service in February 1944, and had been overseas since September. He was a member of an observation battalion field artillry unit of the ninth army.
Greenup was a graduate of Arlington High school, Indaina.
Survivors include one sister, Mary Ellen, at home; three brothers, Lt. Harry Greenup, prisoner of war in Germany; George in the Marianas Islands, and Robert, at home.

Source: The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Saturday, April 28, 1945

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Vivian Combs Moon
8 March 2010

 

Harry Greenup (1920-1957)

Mrs. Greenup's Son Killed in Auto Crash

Harry R. Greenup, 36, son of Mrs. Ina Greenup of Franklin, and his wife were killed last week end in a car accident. The couple was on their way to their home at Denver, Colo., from a fishing trip.
Details of the accident are meager, but the car is reported to gone into the Colorado River.
Mrs. Greenup has gone to Denver for the services which will be conducted there Friday morning.
The couple had four children, ranging in age from 14 to 3.
Mr. Greenup's brother, George, also lived in Franklin.

Source: The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, October 10, 1957


Car Plunges Into Colorado River

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo.
(AP) - A Denver couple was missing and feared drowned in the Colorado River after their car veered off U. S. 6-40 and submerged upside-down in the icy waters Sunday night.
Two passengers in the car managed to swim to safety. They suffered shock and exposure.
The state patrol said the presumed victims are Harry Greenup, 36, and his wife, Mary Carolyn, 34, both of Denver. Patrolmen and volunteers were searching the river today for their bodies.

SourceThe Register - News (Mt. Vernon Illinois),, Monday, October 7, 1957

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Arne H Trelvik
4 December 2010

 

Ina May Greenup (1894-1985)

Ina Mae Greenup

Mrs. Ina Mae Greenup, 90, of Fourth St., Franklin, died March 31 at the Franklin Nursing Home.
She is survived by one son, George of Newark, one daughter, Mary Ellen Mills of Kettering; 9 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.
Private services were held Tuesday, Apr. 2, at 11 a.m. at Eaton-Anderson Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul C. Mills officiating. Burial was in Woodhill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity.

Source: "Ina Mae Greenup," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, April 3, 1985

by
Arne H Trelvik
4 December 2010

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