Bio: Shoop, Andrew & Susana (Lintner)
Contact: Stan

----Source: Kenneth Shoop, Lani Bartelt

Surnames: Colburn, Hanks, Lintner, Shoop, Wood


Andrew & Susana (Lintner) Shoop Family

Contributed by Kenneth Shoop


The Shoop-Colburn Family--B/W Closeup

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Front Row - left. Man setting down is Jaynes Warren Colburn -- B. June 7,1856 , Platteville, WI. (the son of Joseph Wood Colburn) - D. 1916, La Center, Wash.
Front Row - right of Jaynes -- Nancy Susanna Hanks Colburn -B.Aug.17, 1862, D. Oct 16, 1947 -La Center, Wash.

Second Row -- Far right -- Man standing holding Child is Samuel Edward Shoop -B. Dec. 21,1862. Neillsville, Wis. D. Oct 16, 1950 Clastskanine, Oregon.

Left of Samuel is wife - Edna Ethel Colburn Shoop B. Nov. 30,1879 (Neillsville area) D. May 4, 1970, Astoria, Oregon. They were married in Shortsville, Wis. in Sept,8, 1897.

The kids around Samuel and Edna were most likely - Olive, Lee, Glen Neal Shoop.

The other women and men are most likely Fredie, Mary, Annie Susie, Oscar, Delia Elizabeth and Olive. Also, there may be some husbands and wives from different family lines.

This photo was taken on Xmas Day.

Notice how old the house was in 1910? The rust is running off of the nail heads on the siding. And in the very center the "well dressed" young man? Who was he? You can see the timber on the right side of the house. The rest were dressed very common. Samuel was an Oxen driver -- in the mountains there, at age 48. They all came out in 1907, renting a railroad car.  Jaynes was 51, when he made the trip!


Note: In my reference to the "other kids" Fredie, Mary etc .. they were most likely from the Colburn side.

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The photo above was taken on Lee Shoop's Farm about 3 miles from "Fort Clatsop" where Lewis & Clark stayed for the winter, close to Astoria, Oregon. Lee is the Grandson of Andrew Shoop, and son of Samuel & Edna Shoop. Lee was born in Neillsville, WI. Samuel Shoop is the son of Andrew Shoop.

Far (lower) - -right Grandparents - Edna & Sam Shoop about 85, and Edna about 68.

Their Children Carl, Norman, George, Lee, Archie, Neal, and Olive and Gladys (Shoop) and many grandkids -Ken , Jerry, David, Rose, Gladys, Robert, Delores, Anna Mae, Shirley Ray, and husbands and wives of the Shoop's.

Neal, Gladys, Olive, and Glen, were in the exodus of the 1907 journey in a rented box car from Neillsville to La Center, Wash. with the Shoop/Colburn family.

Submitted by- Kenneth W. Shoop, grandson of Samuel, and great grandson of Andrew.


Elizabeth (Baylock) Colburn (photo)

Joseph W. Colburn (photo)

Obit: Colburn, Joseph W.(1820 - 1905)

Obit: Colburn, Mrs. J. W. (1824 - 1897)


Research by Lani Bartelt

Andrew Shoop was born 8 Nov 1822, in PA.  During his earlier years he lived in Crawford Co., Iowa, but during the Civil War he served with Co F. of  29th Wi. Infantry.   I believe he was living around Washburn, Wisconsin at that time. 
He married Susana Lintner in 1846. She was b. 11 July 1837 in Crawford County Ohio and moved with her parents to Illinois about 1847.
Andrew and Susana lived in Washburn, WI for about thirty years before coming to Clark Co., Wisconsin around 1873.
Andrew and Susana had twelve children and they are listed as such on her obituary in 1926:  Mrs. Henry Moe, Mrs. John Steel, Mrs. Edith Wesenberg and Mrs. Louis Schweppe, all of Spokane, Washington; Mrs. Leonard Cole, Long Beach, California; Mrs. Effner Nelson, Ladysmith, Wisconsin; Mrs. Will Stevens, Neillsville, Wisconsin; Mrs. Lydia Lazotte, Neillsville, Wisconsin; and Samuel Shoop, Warrenton, Oregon all living.
Mrs. Effie Christmas, Edmond Shoop and Andrew Shoop deceased.
From a history of Shortville, Wis. comes the following:
Andrew Shoop was born in Pennsylvania and moved to Clark County, Wisconsin about 1873.  He purchased a parcel of land at the northeast corner of Section 8, township twenty-three North, Range (1) West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Clark County from the U. S. Government. Andrew was a member of the Presbyterian Church, The Grand Army of the Republic (G. A. R.), and the W. R. C.  In 1886, Shoop and his wife, Susan, built a country store on the property, located along the stage line road, at the intersection of what became Highway 73 and Miller Avenue. This was just south of Andrew Short's farm where the first Shortville post office in Short's home had been and it became locally known as "The Shortville Corner Store".  The Shoops owned the store for twenty years and sold it in 1897 to Kittie Shaffer.  Andrew retired in Neillsville where he died Feb. 25, 1903 at the age of seventy-three.
Andrew Shoop's obituary says he died at his home on the north side of Neillsville, Wisconsin, Feb 25,1903 at age 78. Funeral was held at the Presbyterian Church, of which he was a member. The G.A.R. and W.R.C. will attend in a body.
Susana Shoop died June 26,1926 in Spokane Washington, having moved there to be closer to her children about eighteen years before. She was 88 years 11 months and 15 days old at the time of her death.
Andrew and Susana and their son Andrew are buried at the Neillsville City Cemetery, Neillsville, Wisconsin.
Their son, Andrew was born 28 March 1850 and died 24 July 1886.
From a Boudrea/Ozios Internet site comes the following information:
Olive b.  3 July 1870 in Chippewa Falls, died about1894, or 1895 and married Samuel Shoop about 1890 near Greenwood, Wisconsin.  (Kenneth Shoop gave me the exact date 17 Nov 1888).


Olive was the daughter of Louis Ozios b. 1 Aug. 1833 in Jean Baptist, De Nicolet   Canada and Josephine Boisseau b. 17 Dec. 1848 Chippewa Falls or Prairie du Chien, WI
Sam and Olive Shoop had several children   
Archie b 1891 and d. about 1952-53 Portland, Oregon
Hazel b 1893 and d BEFORE 1920 in Oregon married Archibald Ladd on 4 Aug 1907 Sherwood, Clark Co., WI.
They had a daughter (name unknown as yet.) Archibald C Ladd was born on 18 Mar., 1886 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co., Iowa.
He was the son of Peter Albert Ladd and Affa (Polmoteer) Ladd, who married 15 Jan. 1874
Lillian b. 1894   d. Bef. 1920 in Oregon.

Since Sam Shoop had a grave marker at Neillsville City Cemetery with no birth or death date I unknowingly assumed he was buried there.  Upon further discussion  with his grandson Kenneth Shoop from Oregon I found I was incorrect.


After Olive's death Sam married a second time to Edna Colburn on 8 Sept 1897 in Shortville, Clark Co., WI. Edna Colburn Shoop was born 30 Nov. 1879 (Kenneth Shoop believes in Neillsville, WI)

Edna & Sam had nine children:
Olive Shoop b 3 Dec 1899,Neillsville,
WI and d July 1968 Warrenton, Oregon.
Gladys Shoop b 27 Feb 1903 Neillsville,
WI  d  about 1999 in Warrenton, Oregon
Lee E Shoop b 23 Oct 1901 Neillsville

WI  d. 22 Nov 1964 Astoria, Oregon

Glen Shoop b. 28 Dec 1904 Lewis Co,

WI.  d. 8 July 1914 buried at Vador, WA.

Neal H Shoop b 23 March 1907 Neillsville, WI  d 15 Nov. 19, 1954

George Shoop b 19 March 1913 Castle Rock, Washington and died about 1990 in Portland, Oregon.

Carl W. Shoop was b.25 Nov. 1915 Castle, Rock, Washington and died July 30, 2003 in Warrenton, Oregon.

Norman Shoop b 27 Oct 1921 (living)

Nancy Susana Shoop b 27 Oct 1921

Warrenton, Oregon  d. 12 Nov 1968 in Longview, WI

Sam died 16 Oct 1950 and is buried at Murray Hill Cemetery, Clatskanie, OR

Edna (Colburn) Shoop d. 4 May 1970 at Astoria, Oregon and is buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Astoria, OR.




Family Notes


Andrew and Susana also had a son, Samuel Shoop, who was born about 1862 in Neillsville and died about 1952 in Oregon and is buried in Claskanine, Oregon.  He married Olive Ozios abt. 1890 near Greenwood, Wis. Samuel was married twice -His first wife died after a short marriage. Archie Shoop was Sam's Son and he died in Portland Oregon. He always came to Warenton for Xmas and Thanksgiving Dinner. I remember him well.  Sam --by his first wife --had a daughter also, and by his second wife, Enda Shoop.  -- my grandma that was born in about 1876,d. about 1970. She and Sam had about 10 kids --one daughter named Olive(mmm) - I figured he named  her after his first wife (Olive Oriz).  


Kenneth Shoop





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