The Updegrove Family

On January 16, 1949 Katherine Bondeena “Bonnie” Graham of Purcellville, VA married Earl David Updegrove of Muir, PA in the chapel of

Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church in Washington, D.C.

Bonnie and Earl raised three boys: David, Craig, & Bob.

The following photos and family tree renderings link the ancestors and descendants from Earl’s family.

Bonnie

January 16, 1949

Earl

Ira Warton Updegrove

4/17/1878 - 11/6/1940

(Parents of Earl Updegrove)

Sadie Driscilla Drum

11/23/1881 - 7/12/1942

Ira Updegrove

Family of Solomon & Malinda Updegrove

Parents of Ira Updegrove; Grandparents of Earl Updegrove

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FRONT ROW: Harry, Soloman, William, Malinda, Robert (baby), Emma, Minnie (seated)

BACK ROW: Ira, Elmer, Milton, Ellen, Sadie, Nora

Circa 1894

Elmer

Ira

Milton

Ellen

Sadie

Nora

Solomon

Emma

William

Malinda

Minnie

Harry

Robert

Sgt. Solomon Updegrove

11/3/1844 - 3/27/1917

Father of Ira Updegrove; Grandfather of Earl Updegrove

Sergeant, Company E, 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry. Enlisted on October 1, 1862. Captured during attack on regimental camp at Germanna Ford, Virginia on November 18, 1863. Held prisoner at Andersonville and other prisons. Exchanged and returned to regiment. Promoted to Corporal June 14, 1865 and to Sergeant July 1, 1865. At war's end, the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry and the 22nd Pennsylvania Cavalry were consolidated to form the 3rd Pennsylvania Provisional Cavalry.   

 Transferred to Company E, 3rd Provisional Cavalry on July 14, 1865. Discharged on October 12, 1865, upon expiration of term.


Filed for a pension on September 19, 1876, application number 225,652, certificate 174,861. Disability listed as heart disease in the 1890 Veteran's Census. Lived in Oriental, Pennsylvania, after the war.

Mother & Siblings of Sadie Drum Updegrove

(Mother of Earl)


STANDING: Emma Drum Carl; Sadie Drum Updegrove; Archibald Drum;

Mamie Hand; Minnie Drum Hand

SITTING: Ellen Elizabeth Pell Drum (Mother of Sadie, Grandmother of Earl)

THE FAMILY OF IRA & SADIE UPDEGROVE

(Parents of Earl Updegrove)

STANDING: Beattie, Dorothy, Elsie, Clayton, Ella, Charlie, Margaret, Earl, Hilda

SITTING:  Sadie & Ira Updegrove

Children of Ira & Sadie Updegrove

Beattie; Clayton; Dorothy; Elsie; Hilda;

Earl; Margaret

Children of Ira & Sadie Updegrove

STANDING:  Margaret; Hilda; Dorothy; Charlie; Clayton

SITTING:  Ella; Elsie; Beattie

Joyce Shadle

Clarence Unger

Floyd Hoover

Betty Bush

Herb Hoover

Mae Shadle

Helen Bush

Ruth Paul

Sadie

Mark Hoover

Ira

Ronnie Stutzman

Carl Barry

CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF IRA & SADIE UPDEGROVE

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(Children in Red)

STANDING:  Dorothy; Floyd Hoover; Ella; Herb Hoover; Beattie; Clarence Unger; Joyce Shadle; Elsie; Mae Shadle; Hilda; Margaret; Esther; Helen Bush; Clayton; Earl

SITTING:  Marion Barry; Ron Stutzman; Helen Paul; Mark Hoover; Janice Stutzman; Sadie (mother);

Ruth Paul; Betty Bush; Geraldine Shadle; Carl Barry; 

Photo taken Summer of 1941

Helen Paul

Janice Stutzman

Marion Barry

Richard Stutzman

GRANDCHILDREN OF IRA & SADIE UPDEGROVE

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BACK ROW

Floyd Hoover; Betty Bush; Herb Hoover; Joyce Shadle; Clarence Unger; Mae Shadle; Helen Bush

FRONT ROW

Richard Stutzman (in chair); Helen Paul; Ruth Paul; Sadie (holding Janice Stutzman); Mark Hoover; Ira (holding Ronnie Stutzman); Carl Barry; Marion Barry

 CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF IRA & SADIE UPDEGROVE

(in Red)

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Front row (on the ground): 1.Joyce Shadle, 2.Dale Shadle, 3. Darla Shadle, 4. Bonnie Updegrove, 5. Dave Updegrove, 6. Earl Updegrove, 7. Ronnie Stutzman, 8. Margaret (Mardie) Stutzman, 9. Butch Updegrove, 10. Barbara Stutzman, 11. Janice Stutzman, 12. Helen Bush Turner, 13. ?, 14. Marian Barry, 15. Charlie Updegrove, 16. Pauline Hoover

Standing: 17. Harold Hartenstine, 18. Elsie Shadle, 19. Bob Stinner,  20. Geraldine Shadle Hartenstine, 21. Nick Shomper, 22. Betty Bush Shomper, 23. Viola Updegrove, 24. Jennie Hoover, 25. Floyd Hoover, 26. Hilda Stinner, 27. Helen Paul, 28. Bob Turner, 29. Grace Nogle, 30. Ellen Bush, 31. Beatty Paul, 32?, 33?, 34. Ruth Paul, 35. Clay Updegrove,  36. Clarence Unger,  37. Dorothy Hoover, 38. Esther Updegrove, 39. George Lodish, 40. Herb Hoover

CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN OF IRA & SADIE UPDEGROVE

(in bold)

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(Children in Red, Grandchildren in Green. Spouses & unknowns in Blue)

Standing: Herb Hoover, Bob Stinner, Hilda Updegrove Barry, Ella Updegrove Bush, Dorothy Updegrove Hoover, Viola Updegrove, ?, ?Kneeling: ?, Betty Bush, Nick Shomper, Floyd Hoover, Jenny Hoover, Earl Updegrove, Bonnie Updegrove

Sitting: Bobby Stinner, ?, Richard Stutzman, Mark Hoover, Carl Barry, Butch Updegrove, Charlie Updegrove

Notes taken by Craig Updegrove from talk with his

Uncle Clay Updegrove regarding the Updegrove family.

July 1, 1983 (notes have been edited)


Dorothy most like Sadie, very much the mother to them - stayed around home, helping Sadie the most - doing all the cooking, sewing, community. Sadie not a shy person, became invalid because had bad legs like Earl, like her mother and other women in that family. Sadie’s youngest sister was the worst. Having so many babies, she “ruptured” badly.


Clay most like Ira in woodworking, coal mining and drinking. He (Ira) would drink anything - go down to saloon, come back 9-10 and go to bed. Had wine around home though did most of his drinking away. Slowed down in later years.

Updegrove Family Reunions

West Schuylkill Herald June 23, 1961