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CHAPTER 10 -- Ensign Henry Loop

Henry LOOP [Christian(4), Jacob(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the fifth child of Christian LOOP and Anna Maria FILGER and the first of their children born in America, was born in 1740 in Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York. He later became known as Ensign Henry Loop. There is no hard evidence that Ensign Henry was their son, but there is much convincing circumstantial evidence to that effect. (1) There is no evidence that there was any other LOOP family in the country in 1740. (2) Among his children's names were: Martin, Peter, John, Maria, and Catherine, all names of his aunts and uncles assuming he is Christian's child. His other children were named: Henry, Nelly, Andrew, Joanna, Elizabeth, and Rachel. They were named for himself, his wife, his wife's father, mother, and two sisters. (3) He served in Hogeboom's Company of Militia around 1760 the same company that in 1767 saw a Peter LOOP and John LOOP as enlistees, almost certainly Christian Loop's sons Peter and John. (4) Sponsors at the baptism of one of his children are Jacob HOAGTELING and his wife Jannetje LOOP, Christian Loop's daughter. (5) Capt. Peter Loop, Mary (Loop) Kilmer, Catherine (Loop) Denny, and Henry's wife's parents were all attending the same church at Claverack, NY, at about the time that Henry married. According to the Hogeboom's Company muster record, Henry was born in Fishkill. The parish registers for Fishkill for around that date list no Loop's. Soon after his marriage to Eleanor (Nelly) SHARP (or SCHERP) around 1762, he moved his family north along the Hudson River, eventually settling near Schagticoke. His sister Jannetje (Loop) HOAGTELING came along with her family. They were living at Stillwater, New York in 1777. In 1779, he is listed as a taxpayer in the Cambridge ("district"), Albany County, New York. Jacob HOAGTELING is also on that list. Ensign Henry was a commissioned officer in Col. Van Woert's regiment of Albany County militia, April 4, 1778. He was taken prisoner at the battle of Skenesborough (now Whitehall) March 7, 1780. He was imprisoned at Quebec and released November 24, 1782. He received as pay from the State of New York on July 11, 1785, 301 pounds, 4 shillings, and 10 pence and a piece of pine timber land in "Jessup's Patent". By one report of unknown origin, while in Canada he managed a gentleman's estate at Green Bay, and that when released, his employer gave him six ruffled shirts and a pony to ride home. It is not known where or when he or his wife died. The children of Ensign Henry LOOP and Nelly SHARP were:

+          1.  Martin LOOP, christened June 4, 1763, in Albany, Albany County, NY, m. September 29, 1782, Mary HULL, in Schagticoke, Rensselaer County, NY. He d. near 1820, probably in Oneida County, NY.

+          2.  Andrew LOOP, b. June 3, 1764, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and christened there June 15, 1765. He m. (1) about 1786, Susannah BEECH, m. (2) Anne HOOKER, who was born about 1781. He d. about 1856 in Clay, Onondaga County, NY. [See Chapter 19.]

+          3.  Peter H. LOOP, b. August 7, 1767, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and christened there October 21, 1767, m. about 1790, Rebecca GILBERT. She d. about 1840. He d. June 9, 1855, and is buried in Woodville, Sandusky County, OH. [See Chapter 20]

+          4.  Joanna LOOP, b. November 28, 1770, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and christened there January 29, 1771, m. (1) Jacob FRIDAY, m. (2) Solomon JONES. By her first husband she had son Abraham FRIDAY, b. October 11, 1807, and christened November 1, 1807 in Feura Bush, Albany County, NY.

+          5.  John LOOP, b. February 27, 1771, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and christened there August 26, 1771, m. (1) by 1793, Mary (Polly) EGGLESTON, m. (2) Avis FISHER. He d. October 1, 1862, in Freetown, Cortland County, NY.

+          6.  Maria (Polly) LOOP, b. September 22, 1775, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, m. June 30, 1794, John L. MILLER, at Schuylerville, Saratoga County, NY.

+          7.  Elizabeth (Betsy) LOOP, b. April 2, 1778, in Schaghticoke, Rensselear County, NY, m. about 1797, Peter SHAFT.

+          8.  Henry LOOP (a twin), b. August 9, 1780, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY. He is probably the Henry LOOP who became known as "Vermont" Henry LOOP. [See Chapter 21]

+          9.  Rachel LOOP (a twin), b. August 9, 1780, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY. She may have died young.

+        10.  Eleanor (Nelly) LOOP, b. February 14, 1784, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, m. about 1803, Rev. William CAMERON. He was b. August 4, 1781, in Delaware County, NY. He d. August 2, 1850, at East Freetown, Cortland County, NY. She d. October, 1877. Both are buried in East Freetown, Cortland County, NY.

+        11.  Catherine LOOP, b. April 22, 1785, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and christened August 20, 1786, m. Lewis CAMERON.

Martin LOOP [Henry(5), Christian(4), Jacob(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] was the first child of Ensign Henry LOOP and Eleanor (Nelly) SHARP He was born in 1763, and was christened June 4, 1763 at the reformed church in Albany. He married, September 29, 1782, Mary HULL at Schagticoke. She was born about October 27, 1761, based on the age given in her tombstone inscription. Their first two or three children were born in Schagticoke, but sometime between 1784 and 1788 they moved to Washington county, perhaps settling first in Hebron, but ending up in Lake Luzerne (then called Fairfield). Between 1800 and 1810 they moved to Oneida County, NY. Martin died there between the 1810 census in which he is enumerated, and the 1820 census in which "Widow Mary Loope" is censused in Otsego County. According to family tradition he worked as a stone mason on the Erie Canal, which was built between 1817 and 1825. This tradition fits well with his residence in Oneida County. Mary Loop died June 13, 1846, in Otsego, Otsego County, at the home of her son-in-law, Buckingham Fitch, and is buried at the Fitch Cemetery in Fly Creek also know as Fitch Hill Cemetery, Pierstown, Otsego County, New York. The children of Martin LOOP and Mary HULL were:

+          1.  Mary LOOP, christened January 12, 1782, at Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and baptized there along with her sister Nelly in 1784.  She probably d. young.

+          2.  Nelly LOOP, born February 2, 1784, at Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, NY, and christened in 1784 along with her sister Mary.  She probably d. young.

+          3.  David LOOP, b. about 1786, probably in Washington County, NY, m. (1) Sally FLETCHER, m. (2) Almira or Pricilla BELCHER. He d. December 30, 1869, in St. Lawrence County, NY. [See Chapter 17.]

+          4.  Hannah LOOP, b. about 1788, at Hebron, Washington County, NY, m. Isaac HOLCOMBE, they lived in Vermont, then Saratoga, NY, then near Randolph, Dodge County, WI, where they are both buried.

+          5.  Rachel LOOP, b. about 1790, d. young.

+          6.  Mary LOOP, b. about 1792, d. young.

+          7.  Rebecca LOOP, b. about 1794, d. young.

+          8.  John Lawrence LOOP, b. September 22, 1795, at Fairfield (now Lake Luzerne), Washington County, NY, m. (1) about 1816 at Solon, Cortland County, NY, Anne WARD, m. (2) November 24, 1853, at Rubicon, Dodge County, WI, Mrs. Naomi BARLOW, a widow. He d. June 19, 1883 at Eureka, Winnebago County, WI. [See Chapter 18.]

+          9.  Anna LOOP, b. about 1797 in Washington County, NY, m. October 8, 1818, Benjamin BUTMAN. They had children:

a.    Mary BUTMAN, b. about 1819, m. Benjamin JACKSON in 1874.

b.    Deborah BUTMAN, b. about 1823 and d. unmarried in 1843.

+        10.  LaFayetta LOOP, b. about 1799 in Washington County, NY, m. April 13, 1826, Romeo BOWEN. They lived in Cooperstown, NY. He d. at Afton, Chenango County, NY, September 4, 1868. They had a son Lorenzo BOWEN born about 1839 and died in 1852.

+        11.  Asenath LOOP, b. about 1803 in Washington County, NY, m. November 18, 1844, Buckingham FITCH, in Otsego County, NY, his first wife having died the previous May. Asenath d. before February 26, 1866, as that is when his third wife died. He d. in Otsego County, NY, July 7, 1868.

+        12.  Deborah LOOP, b. about 1805 in Washington County, NY, m. Anson ROCKWELL, perhaps the Anson ROCKWELL who d. April 23, 1861 at Otsego, aged 78, though this would make him 22 year older than she.

+        13.  a male, b. between 1805 and 1810, d. young.

John LOOP [Henry(5), Christian(4), Johann Jacob LUPP(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the fifth child of Ensign Henry LOOP and his wife Nelly SHARP was born on February 27, 1771, and was christened in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, New York, August 26, 1771. His family lived in Stillwater, now in Saratoga County, New York, at the time of the second Battle of Saratoga. According to tradition, they were forced to evacuate their farm, and John LOOP, then seven years old, remembered bringing up the rear on the back of an old family horse. He later moved with his parents to Queensbury, Warren County, New York. He married (1), by 1793, Mary (Polly) EGGLESTON. She died near 1800. That year John is censused in Washington county, where their two daughters, Mary, who died young, and Hannah, were probably born. He married (2), before 1809, Avis FISHER. She was born February 1, 1775, according to the age on her tombstone. Family tradition says her family lived 16 miles from the scene of the Battle of Saratoga, and her mother died the day of this battle for lack of medical attention, the surgeons all being busy at the scene of the battle. It is said that she was brought up by her grandfather, John FISHER. She is, however, listed as the daughter of John FISHER, in his will. Family tradition has it that John Loop met with financial reverses and, about 1809, moved his family to German, Chenango County, NY. He is censused there in 1810. According to an account in the Cortland Standard of August 20, 1931:

When the family came to this section they had their belongings in two covered wagons. The first was drawn by horses and in it rode Avis Fisher Loop and her young child, Polly, born May 6, 1810. Polly married Samuel Conger of Freetown. The second wagon hauled by an ox team, was driven by Hannah Loop. After the birth of Avis Loop Wayle, in German, the family came on to Freetown. The first home here was a log cabin, as were all the homes of that date.

John Loop's second wife, Avis, died January 13, 1861, probably in Freetown. John Loop died October 1, 1862, in Freetown, Cortland County, New York. John and Avis are buried together in Loope Cemetery, Freetown Corners, Cortland County, NY. The children of John LOOP and Mary (Polly) EGGLESTON were:

+        1.  Mary LOOP, b. about 1795, probably d. young.

+        2.  Hannah LOOP, b. October 15, 1797, m. in 1817 (Judge) Walton SWEETLAND. She is buried in Freetown Cemetery, Cortland County, NY. They had children:

a.    Rhoda SWEETLAND, b. abt. 1838, m. (1) Chapin V. PERKINS, no children.  She m. (2) Ezra WATROUS, and had son Edgar Perkins WATROUS b. May 10,1853, who lived in Groton, NY.

b.    Wallace SWEETLAND, had children:  Hattie SWEETLAND, Helen SWEETLAND, Edwin SWEETLAND, and Lillian SWEETLAND who m. Otis BIGELOW and live in Baldwinsville, Onondaga County, NY.

c.    Helen SWEETLAND, m. Kirby WEST of Baldwinsville, Onondaga County, NY.

d.   Julia SWEETLAND, d. 1849, m. Ezra Jason WATROUS and had:  Edward WATROUS, and Martha WATROUS who m. David H BROWN.

 

The children of John LOOP and Avis FISHER were:

 

+        3.  Mary (Polly) LOOP, b. May 6, 1810, m. Samuel CONGER.

+        4.  Avis LOOP, b. in German, Chenango County, NY, m. Mr. WAYLE.

+        5.  John Henry LOOP, b. August 15, 1813, probably in Freetown, Cortland County, New York, m. (1) Almira A. DORAN, m. (2) Rachel DORAN, widow of John Fletcher CAMERON, m. (3) Nancy, maiden name unknown, widow of Rev. Marcellus BARNUM.

Eleanor (Nelly) LOOP [Henry(5), Christian(4), Jacob(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the tenth child of Ensign Henry LOOP and Eleanor (Nelly) SHARP was born February 14, 1784, in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, New York, and christened there February 16, 1784. She married about 1803, Rev. William CAMERON. He was born August 4, 1781, in Delaware County, New York, the son of William CAMERON and Nancy. He was a Methodist minister. He died August 2, 1850, at East Freetown, Cortland County, New York. She died October, 1877. Both are buried in East Freetown, Cortland County, New York. They had children of the Rev. William CAMERON and Eleanor (Nelly) LOOP were:

+        1.  Eleanor CAMERON, b. 1804 at Thruman, Warren County, NY, d. young, killed by falling tree.

+        2.  Mary CAMERON, b. January 15, 1807, at Thurman, Warren County, NY, m. April 24, 1828, Hamilton ORCUTT. She d. April 11, 1890, at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, and is buried in Cortland, NY (unclear whether Cortland town or just Cortland County).

+        3.  William Henry CAMERON, b. 1809, m. (1) Lucinda, surname unknown, divorced and m. (2) name unknown.

+        4.  Nancy CAMERON, b. 1811, m. (1) April 24, 1828, in a double wedding with her sister Mary, to Hiram PECK, m. (2) Chilis HARVEY.

+        5.  John Fletcher CAMERON, b. 1813, m. Rachel DORAN (who later m. John Henry LOOP). He d. in 1843.

+        6.  Eliza CAMERON, b. 1815, m. Alden HARRINGTON. They had five children. She d. September 24, 1898.

+        7.  Betsey CAMERON, m. George WATSON, lived in McLean, Thompkins County, NY.

+        8.  Julia CAMERON, b. 1821, m. Lorenzo TARBELL. They had seven children. She d. in 1877.

+        9.  Lucinda CAMERON, b. 1824, m. Warren SCOTEN. She d. October 28, 1898.

Hannah LOOP [John(6), Henry(5), Christian(4), Johann Jacob LUPP(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the second child of John LOOP and Mary (Polly) EGGLESTON was born October 15, 1797. From the August 20, 1931, Cortland Standard, is the following story, related at a Loop family reunion:

The story runs that for a time John Loop [Hannah's father] returned each year to his former home to earn money, which was a scarce commodity in Cortland county then. One time when Hannah had kept the home for weeks alone, late one evening the latch string was pulled and in stalked four huge Indians. In sign language they asked for food and young Hannah built a big fire in the fireplace and prepared a meal for them. That night they slept in a circle on the floor of the cabin. In the morning Hannah prepared them another meal, when they left, leaving her and the home all unharmed, but with a much depleted larder. A kindly and gifted neighbor woman, Mrs. Fuller, taught Hannah all the housewifely arts of the day. At one time, when her parents were absent in the east some months, Hannah spun and wove the material for a new linsey-woolsey suit for her father, and cut and made the garments. When he returned he put the suit on and was greatly pleased with his daughter's industry and ability. He said "Hannah, you have done so well that I now want to do something for you. What can I do to please you?" To this Hannah replied that in his long absence she had become hungry for meat. So he shouldered his gun and went out for a deer, wearing the new suit. He shot a large buck, wounding, but not killing it. The buck charged him, and he dodged behind a small maple tree, grasping the horns of the buck with each hand, with the tree between them. In his dying struggle the deer fought desperately, his tiny sharp hoofs cutting the front of the new suit in many places. Blood poured onto the suit from the deer's wounds and from the cuts in Mr. Loop's face, so that when he reached home with the buck on his shoulder, he was a frightful spectacle. However, the meat was enjoyed and Hannah washed the suit and mended the many holes in it and the incident became a familiar story to later generations.

Hannah LOOP married in 1817 (Judge) Walton SWEETLAND. He was born in Greenville, New London County, Connecticut. The children of (Judge) Walton SWEETLAND and Hannah LOOP were:

+        1.  Rhoda SWEETLAND, b. about 1838, m. (1) Chapin V. PERKINS, by whom she had no children. She m. (2) Ezra Jason WATROUS (his second wife, see Julia SWEETLAND, below). They had a son:

a.    Edgar Perkins WATROUS, b. May 10, 1853. He had a son: Dent P. WATROUS.

+        2.  Wallace SWEETLAND, who m. and had children:

a.    Hattie SWEETLAND.

b.    Helen SWEETLAND.

c.    Edwin SWEETLAND.

d.   Lillian SWEETLAND who m. Otis BIGELOW.

+        3.  Helen SWEETLAND, m. Kirby WEST of Baldwinville, Onondaga County, NY.

+        4.  Julia SWEETLAND, m. Ezra Jason WATROUS (his first wife, see Rhoda SWEETLAND above). Julia d. in 1849. They had children:

a.    Martha WATROUS, m. David H. BROWN.

b.    Edward WATROUS, d. 1849.

John Henry LOOP [John(6), Henry(5), Christian(4), Johann Jacob LUPP(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the fifth child of John LOOP by his wife Avis FISHER, was born August 15, 1813, probably in Freetown, Cortland County, New York. He had three wives. He married first Almira A. DORAN, daughter of Abraham DORAN and his wife Polly SULLIVAN. She was born about November 5, 1815. She died November 26, 1845, and is buried in Loope Cemetery, Freetown Corners, Cortland County, New York. John Henry LOOP then married her sister Rachel DORAN, who was at the time the widow of John Fletcher CAMERON. She raised her sister's three surviving children. She died June 25, 1888. He then married Nancy, the widow of Rev. Marcellus BARNUM. She died February 14, 1892. John Henry LOOP died December 17, 1905, in Polkville, Chenango County, New York. The children of John Henry LOOP and Almira A. DORAN were:

+        1.  Polly Adelphina LOOPE, b. January 3, 1838, m. February 28, 1857, Rev. LeRoy GRANT. He was b. November 13, 1836, in Cincinnatus, Cortland County, NY. He was a Pastor in Cortland. They had children:

a.    Loren GRANT, m. Norma DEMORD.

b.    Herbert GRANT, m. Alice.

c.    Aiden GRANT, m. Velma.

d.   Cary GRANT.

e.    Addie GRANT, who probably m. C. A. KERR.

+        2.  John T. LOOP, b. abt. 1841, d. November 19, 1845, and is buried in Loope Cemetery, Freetown Corners, Cortland County, NY.

+        3.  John Fletcher LOOPE, b. August 28, 1843, in Solon, Cortland, New York, m. (1) November 5, 1864, Eliza Jane (Jennie) BALCH, m. (2) Josephine CARLSON. He was living in Cortland County in 1897.

+        4.  Lucian Melvin LOOPE, b. about 1846, m. Catherine (Kate) CRYSLER.

John Fletcher LOOPE [John Henry LOOP(7), John(6), Henry(5), Christian(4), Johann Jacob LUPP(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the third child of John Henry LOOP and Almira A. DORAN was born August 28, 1843, in Solon, Cortland County, New York. He married Eliza Jane (Jennie) BALCH on November 5, 1864. She was born September 2, 1838, in Nelson, Madison County, New York, the daughter of Charles BALCH and Harriet HINES. She died in Ogden, Boone County, Iowa, on May 9, 1885. He then married Josephine CARLSON. The children of John Fletcher LOOPE and Eliza Jane (Jennie) BALCH were:

+          1.  Florence J. LOOPE, b. March 26, 1868, in Solon, Cortland County, New York, m. J. W. HARRIS.

+          2.  George W. LOOPE, b. June 9, 1870, in Iowa, d. March 11, 1894.

+          3.  Lola W. LOOPE, b. June 20, 1872, in Iowa.

+          4.  John LOOPE, b. February 25, 1876, in Iowa, d. in infancy.

+          5.  John LOOPE, b. January 27, 1878, in Iowa, d. in infancy.

+          6.  Charles W. LOOPE, b. November 25, 1881, in Iowa.

The children of John Fletcher LOOPE and his second wife Josephine CARLSON were:

+          7.  John Carlson LOOPE, m. (1) Nellie CONGER, m. (2) Kathryn Eloise WILCOX. His second wife was b. August 5, 1903.

+          8.  Frank Lucian LOOPE, m. Helen VERNOY. They had a child:

a.    Barbara Jean LOOPE, m. John MICHAELS and had children: Tom MICHAELS and Gary MICHAELS.

+          9.  Clarence Leroy LOOPE, b. January 9, 1897, in Polkville, Cortland County, NY, m. (1) July 28, 1921, Doris Eloise CROZIER, in McGraw, Cortland County, NY, m. (2) Norma PHELPS.

+        10.  Susan LOOPE, m. Harold WHITFORD. They had a child: Marion WHITFORD, m. Alice HOLTEST.

Lucian Melvin LOOPE [John Henry LOOP(7), John(6), Henry(5), Christian(4), Johann Jacob LUPP(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the fourth child of John Henry LOOP and Almira A. DORAN was born November 8, 1845 in Solon, Cortland County, New York. He married Catherine (Kate) CRYSLER. She was born about 1836 in New York. He died November 8, 1917. She died June 15, 1929. They are buried together in Cortland Rural Cemetery, Cortland, Cortland County, New York.

Lucian Melvin Loope

The children of Lucian Melvin LOOPE and Catherine (Kate) CRYSLER were:

+        1.  John LOOPE, b. about 1870, in NY, m. Margaret, surname unknown.

+        2.  Warren LOOPE, b. about 1872, in NY.

+        3.  (Dr.) Arthur Melvin LOOPE, b. September 13, 1875, in NY, m. Ruby, surname unknown. He d. June 26, 1970. They had children:

a.    Ruth LOOPE, m. William DOHNE. They had children: Carl DOHNE, Stephen DOHNE and Douglas DOHNE.

b.    Irma LOOPE, m. Jordan ZIMMERMAN. They had children: Jordan ZIMMERMAN Jr., and Karen ZIMMERMAN.

+        4.  Nellie LOOPE, b. about 1880, in Cortland County, New York, m. Harry WALLEY.

+        5.  Willie LOOPE, m. Emma HAYNES. They had children:

a.    Catherine Louisa LOOPE, m. Karl PAHE. They had children: Karl William PAHE and Laurie Ann PAHE.

b.    George Melvin LOOPE.

+        6.  Walter LOOPE.

+        7.  Kathryn LOOPE, m. William HAYNES. They had a child: Emma Roberta HAYNES.

John Carlson LOOPE [John Fletcher(8), John Henry LOOP(7), John(6), Henry(5), Christian(4), Johann Jacob LUPP(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the seventh child of John Fletcher LOOPE and Eliza Jane (Jennie) BALCH, was born January 23, 1892, in Boone, Boone County, Iowa. He married (1) Nellie CONGER. She was b. in 1886, daughter or Delbert CONGER and Emma BURST.  Nellie died October 28, 1931, in childbirth with daughter Nancy C. LOOPE, who died the same day.  He married (2) Kathryn Eloise WILCOX. She was born August 5, 1903, the daughter of Edward WILCOX and Nila HINES. Nila HINES was the daughter of Joseph Allen HINES and Angenora McQUEEN (great-granddaughter of Andrew LOOP [See Chapter 19]). He died January 6, 1979. Kathryn died August 19, 1968.  They are buried together in Cortland Rural Cemetery, Cortland, Cortland County, New York.  The children of John Carlson LOOPE and Kathryn Eloise WILCOX were:

+        1.  John Carlson LOOPE, m. Mary Sue WENTWORTH. They had children:

a.    Erin LOOPE, b. March 21, 1971.

b.    Kathryn LOOPE, b. September 21, year unknown.

c.    Todd LOOPE, b. October 2, 1974.

+        2.  Katherine Carol LOOPE, m. Alfred RIEKE. They had a child:

a.    Barbara RIEKE, b. July 31, year unknown.

Clarence Leroy LOOPE [John Fletcher(8), John Henry LOOP(7), John(6), Henry(5), Christian(4), Jacob(3), Sebastian(2), Anthony(1)] the ninth child of John Fletcher LOOPE and Eliza Jane (Jennie) BALCH was born January 9, 1897, in Polkville, Cortland County, New York. He married (1) July 28, 1921, Doris Eloise CROZIER, in McGraw, Cortland County, NY. He married (2) Norma PHELPS. The children of Clarence Leroy LOOPE and Norma PHELPS were:

+        1.  Donald LOOPE.

+        2.  Roberta LOOPE, m. Harold CRAWFORD. They had children:

a.    John Lewis CRAWFORD.

b.    Melinda CRAWFORD.

c.    one other child.

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