There were three Lori/Lorey/Lohrey families in early Fulda Ohio:
Faust Lorei -- 1805 - 1869
Nicholas Lorey -- 1823 - 1887
John Lorey -- c, 1835 - c. 1863
The relationship (if any) between these three men is not known. The age difference between Faust and John is too great for them to have been born to the same woman.
According to Joann Cummings, Faust Lorei emmigrated from Giesel, Hesse, Germany in 1837.
Marriage data for Faust Lori is unclear. Delores Snider indicates that Faust Lori married Elizabeth Betts on 13 Nov 1848 in St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception in Fulda, OH. However, the children were born in 1834, 1840, and 1844, well before the marriage. The couple could not have been married at St. Marys much earlier than 1848, because church records begin in 1847. Possible explanations are that Faust and Elizabeth had a common-law marriage prior to 1848, or that the children belong to a prior unrecorded marriage of one of the parents.
At the time of the 1840 census, Faust Lory lived in Wheeling, Virginia. (West Virginia did not become a state until 1863.) The 1840 census does not give the names of individual household members, only their sex and age. Living in the Faust home were:
one male, under 5 (?)
one male 5 - 10 (Wendelin)
one male 30 - 40 (Faust)
one female 30 - 40 (his wife)
The census date in 1840 was June 1. Barbara Lori was born on 7 Mar 1840. She should be included in the census. The presence of a male child under the age of 5, and the absence of infant Barbara Lori raise some questions. Possible explanations are:
1) The census-taker incorrectly recorded Barbara as male instead of female.
2) Barbara's date (from Snider) is incorrect... she was born after Jun 1840, and she had a brother born between 1835 and 1840.
In 1850, 44 year old German-born farmer Faust Lorie lived in Enoch Twp., Monroe County, Ohio with his wife Elizabeth (44) and three children: Wendell (15), Barbary (8), and Mary (6). The children were all born in Virginia. The two older children attended school. Adjacent farms in the census belonged to Levi Duvall and John Gerst.
Surname is spelled Lohrey in the Noble County death record.
Urban H. Hupp
In 1930, 34 year old Urban H. Hupp owned a home worth $4000 at 219 Superior Street in Louisville Village, Nimishillin Twp., Stark County, Ohio. He lived there with his wife Cresentian M. (34), children Bernadette (3 yrs 5 mos) and Arthur J. (2 yrs 2 months), Cresentia's brother, Roman Heppner (42) and a boarder named Charles Ruflin (50) who was a physician. Urban Hupp was employed as a machine operator in a steel mill. The Hupp family owned a radio set.
URBAN H. HUPP, age 86, of 219 Superior St. Louisville passed away Monday
morning [7 Dec 1981] at Timken Mercy Medical Center following a short illness. Born
in Fulda, O., Oct. 8, 1895, he lived in the Stark County area for 58 years and worked for
the old Superior Sheet Steel Co., Burger Plant and the Louisville School system for many
years. He was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church. He was preceded in death by his
wife, Cresentia in 1966.,
He is survived by a son, Arthur, of Louisville; a daughter, Mrs. Wilfrid (Bernadette)
Haidet of Louisville, four grandchildren, one brother, Andrew Hupp of Louisville; two
sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Hill of Summitfield (sic), and Mrs. Hanna Shockling of Caldwell.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Thursday at 10 AM in St. Louis Church with
burial in the church cemetery. Friends called at the Paquelet Funeral Home Wednesday.
Mary Crescentia Heppner
MRS. URBAN HUPP
After a very brief illness, Mrs. Hupp died unexpectedly January 25
in the hospital. She was 70 years old and a native of Noble County. Mrs.
Hupp was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church, St. Ann’s Altar and
Rosary Society, and Mission groups.
In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Wilfred
Haidet of Louisville; a son, Arthur of Louisville; four grandchildren; and a
sister, Mrs. Laura Shockling of Louisville.
Requiem High Mass was sung on Friday in St. Louis Church and burial
was in the church cemetery, in charge of Paquelet Funeral Home.
Albert J. Shockling
Albert and his descendants changed the spelling of the surname from Schockling to Shockling. It is believed that this was done to avoid anti-German sentiment following World War I.
In 1930, Albert J. Shockling owned a home worth $5500 at 302 Superior St. in Louisville Village, Nimishillin Twp., Stark County, Ohio. Living in the home were Albert (27), his wife Sophia (27) and their children Thelma C. (4 yrs 11 mos), William J. (3 yrs 4 mos), Richard D. (1 yr 8 mos) and Albert J. (2 mos.) Albert Sr. was employed as a heater for a steel corporation. The family did not own a radio set.
Albert Schockling's obituary appeared in The Louisville [OH] Herald on 09 May 1957. His surname, which was spelled "Schockling" in records at St. Mary's in Fulda, had changed to "Shockling".
Mr. Shockling had been in failing health for several years and passed away in
his home on Eshelman Road on Sunday [05 May 1955], aged 55.
Surviving are his widow, Sophia; three daughters, Thelma and Donna of the home,
and Mrs. Elaine Rosia of Louisville; four sons, William of Waynesburg, Richard and
Albert of Louisville, and Norbert of the home; three brothers, John of Louisville, Walter
of Canton, and George of Caldwell; three sisters, Mrs. Agnes Crum of Fulda, Mrs.
Clem Schaffer of Caldwell and Mrs. Paul Monter of Louisville; also eight grand
Requiem High Mass was sung Wednesday in St. Louis Church. Interment was in
the church cemetery in charge of the Stier funeral home.
Sophia Barbara Hupp
Mrs. Sophia B. Schockling, age 76 of 509 E. Broad St.,
Louisville passed away at Timken-Mercy Hospital Sunday
[18 Feb 1979] following a brief illness.
Born in Noble County, July 25 1902, she lived in the Stark
County area for the last 50 years. She was a member of St.
Louis Catholic Church, St. Ann's Altar and Rosary Society. She
was preceded in death by her husband, Albert J. Shockling in
She is survived by 4 sons, William and Albert, both of Louisville,
Richard of Paris and Norbert of the home; 3 daughters, Mrs. Virgil
(Elaine) Rosia of Louisville, Mrs. Ross (Thelma) McCartey of
Dearborn, Mich., Mrs. Randy (Donna Jean) Rose of Dearborn
Heights, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Hanna Shockling of Caldwell, O.
and Mrs. Eleanor Hill of Summerfield, O.; 2 brothers, Urban Hupp
and Andrew Hupp, both of Louisville, 16 grandchildren and 3 great-
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday at 10 AM in St.
Louis Catholic Church with burial in the church cemetery. Friends
called at Paquelet Funeral Home Tuesday from 7 to 9 PM. St. Ann's
services were held at 7 PM.
Mary Mae Shockling
Obituary from the Louisville Herald, page 51, 16 Jul 1943:
Mary Mae Shockling, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Shockling of Louisville, RD 3, died Monday morning in
Alliance City hospital after a brief illness. The girl was a mem-
ber of St. Louis Catholic Church and also of the parish school.
In addition to the parents, Mary Mae is survived by
four brothers, William, Richard, Albert, and Norbert, and two
sisters, Thelma and Elaine Shockling, all of the home.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St.
Louis Church with Rev. Fr. Paul Bucholz singing the mass. Burial
in the church cemetery in charge of Dwyer & Stier mortuary.
Andrew Joseph Hupp
In 1920, Andrew J. Hupp was a boarder with the family of fellow Fulda native Edward Herbst at 521 Stokes Ave. in North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Andrew was employed as a carpenter in a carpentry shop.
Andrew J. (Pete) Hupp, age 76, of Louisville passed away Saturday June 11 ,
at Timken Mercy Medical Center following a short illness. Born in Noble County, OH
October 16, 1906 he lived in the Louisville area 50 years. He worked for the Timken Co.
for 31 years, retiring in 1975 and was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church and the
Golden Lodge of Timken.
His wife, Lillian (Rupple) died in 1966. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth
(Marilyn) Zwick of East Rochester, Oh., and Mrs. Linn (Shirley) Dearth of Hartville; two
sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Hill of Summerfield, OH., and Mrs. Hanna Shockling of Caldwell, OH.;
4 grandchildren. Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, Urban, and three
sisters, Sophia, Clara, and Adelaine.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday at 10 AM in St. Louis Catholic Church
with burial in the church cemetery. Calling hours were Tuesday June 14 at the Paquelet
Lillian Elizabeth Rupple
MRS. ANDREW HUPP
Aged 56, Mrs. Hupp of p230 N. Chapel st died suddenly on Thursday, August 18  after a very brief illness. She had resided in Louisville 50 years.
Surviving are her husband; her mother, Mrs. Mary Rupple of Louisville; two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Zwick of East Rochester and Miss Shirley Hupp of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Eckroate of Massillon and Mrs. Esther Risher; six brothers, Carl and Francis Rupple of California, William, Clarence, and James of Canton, and Herman of Louisville.
Mrs. Hupp was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church where Requiem High Mass was sung on Monday August 22. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery.
Elmer Leonard Schott
CALDWELL - Elmer Leonard Schott, 65, of Caldwell Rt. 4, a retired farmer,
was found dead about noon Saturday [8 Jan 1977] at his home. Death was
attributed to an apparent heart failure.
He was born Oct. 30, 1911 in Enoch Township, Noble County. His wife,
the former Clara Hupp, is deceased.
Surviving are two sons, Richard of Sharon and Kenneth of Caldwell, Rt. 4.;
a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Kathleen) Thomas of Columbus; 10 grandchildren, two
great-grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Edmund (Elinora) Schwallie of Lewisville,
Mrs. Raphael (Estel) Gerst of Caldwell Rt. 4., Mrs. Joe (Elvina) Peinovich of
Canton and MRs. John (Ethel) Schoeppner of Reno.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary’s Catholic
Church in Fulda. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Friends may call at Estadt
Funeral Home in Caldwell where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today.
The following announcement appeared in the Zanesville (OH) Signal newspaper on January 24, 1934:MARRIAGE BANNS ANNOUNCED The marriage bans of Miss Clara Hupp and Elmer Schott were
announced Sunday at St. Mary's church at Fulda. The wedding will
be solemnized on January 30. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hupp and the
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Foeliz (sic) Schott, near Fulda.
The following wedding announcement appeared in the Zanesville (OH) Signal newspaper on February 9, 1934:HUPP AND SCHOTT WEDDING A wedding of interest to their many friends was solemnized
Tuesday morning at St. Mary's Catholic church when Miss Clara
Hupp, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hupp became
the bride of Elmer Schott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phelix Schott of
near Fulda. The ceremony was performed at 9 o'clock by Rev.
Father Mattes. The bride was attended by Miss Elenor Schott,
sister of the groom, and Serenis Estadt attended the groom. The bride wore for the ceremony a white satin dress with lace
trimmings and the bride's maid a pink satin dress with blue
trimmings. Following the marriage a wedding dinner was served at the
home of the groom's parents to the following: Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Schott, Mr. and Mrs. George Schockling and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Noll and family, Mrs. and Mrs. Albert
Hill and family, Andrew Estadt and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Noll and family, and Miss Mary Peters and Mr.
and Mrs. Phelix Schott and children. Tuesday evening the happy couple were honored guests
at a dance held at the Phi Delta Kappa hall in Caldwell.
Death record gives name as "Junior George Schott."
Garnet’s obituary appeared on page 1 of the Zanesville Times Recorder on 7 Nov 1941:
LAST RITES FOR INFANT
Last rites for Garnet Schott, five-month-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schott, of near Ashton, were held at St.
Mary's Catholic church, Fulda Thursday morning with Rev. J.
B. Mattes officiating. Burial was in St. Mary’s cemetery.
The child died Tuesday at the home of the parents
following an illness of pneumonia and whooping cough. Several
brothers and sisters survive.
In 1880, 33 year old unmarried Teresa Deller lived with her mother and step father, George Heppner, in Enoch Twp., Noble Co., Ohio.
In the 1880 census, the first letter of Theresa's surname does not look like a D, particularly when compared with the capital D in "Daughter." It resembles a G (seen on the same page in "George") or a T (seen in Teresa's first name).
From the "Fulda Locals" column of The Caldwell Citizens' Press 12 May 1881:
Miss Deller who lives at Columbus came home on a visit to her parents.
And in the same paper on 7 Sep 1882:
Miss Deller of Columbus has been visiting her parents for a few days.
James C. Schockling
James C. Schockling, age 80 of Louisville, loving husband, father, grandfather and great- grandfather, passed away Monday, March 19, 2007 in Aultman Hospital following an extended illness.
Jim was born September 14, 1926 in Fulda, Ohio, to the late George and Johanna (Hupp) Schockling. He proudly served his country as a Navy veteran of WWII. Jim was retired from Hammond Construction and a member of the Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post #548 and St. Louis Catholic Church in Louisville.
Jim is survived by his devoted wife of 55 years, Mary (Warner) Schockling whom he married August 18, 1951; children, Philip (Susan) Schockling of Louisville, Cathy (Keith) Kilkenny of Alliance, Carol (Lance) Zorger of Carrollton, Jennifer (Rick) Shaffer of North Canton, Chris Schockling of Louisville and Lori (Michael) Fomich of Louisville; sister, Geraldine Crum of Louisville; brother, Jerome Thomas Schockling of Caldwell; fifteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by brothers, Donald and Vernon Schockling.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Thursday at 9:00 a.m. in St. Louis Catholic Church with Msgr. Ken Miller officiating. Interment will follow in the parish cemetery. Jim's family will receive friends Wednesday evening from 5-8 p.m. at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville.
Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the Nimishillen Township Fire Department, PO Box 1, Louisville, Ohio 44641.
Donald G. Schockling
Obituary from www.mcvay-perkins.com:
Donald G. Schockling, age 71, of Caldwell, died Saturday, December 24, 2005, at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Cambridge. He was born June 30, 1934, in Noble County, son of the late George and Hannah Hupp Schockling. He was a 1952 graduate of Caldwell High School, and a U. S. Army veteran, having served in Germany. He retired from Ohio Power at Beverly, where he was a supervisor and operator, and was a member of St. Stephen Catholic Church, Caldwell.Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by a brother, Vernon F. ''Pug'' Schockling in 1997; and one grandson, Derrick Appold, in 1991. He is survived by his wife, Rose Marie Schockling, whom he married June 20, 1959; his children, Albert P. (Ruby ) Schockling of Sharon, Barbara M. Clark of Caldwell, Joseph D. Schockling of Carrollton, Allen E. (Tamara) Schockling of Caldwell, Lamont E. Schockling of Caldwell, Bonnie J. (Donnie) Appold of Belle Valley, and Jeffrey J. Schockling of Caldwell; one sister, Geraldine Crum of Lewisville; two brothers, James (Mary) Schockling of Lewisville and Tom (Lillian) Schockling of Caldwell; 14 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.Friends may call Tuesday, December 27, 2005, from 2-4 and 7-9PM at McVay-Perkins Funeral Home, Caldwell. Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be Wednesday, December 28, 2005, at 10AM at St. Stephen Catholic Church with Father Dale Tornes as celebrant. Burial will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Caldwell. Christian Scripture Service will be Tuesday evening at 8:30PM