Earl W. Stroup, of Homeworth, is one of Columbiana County's successful and well known farmers. He was born in
Knox Township, and is a son of William W. and Ida (Stoffer) Stroup.
W. W. Stroup, owner of the Crystal Spring Farm in Knox Township, is among Columbiana County's substantial citizens.
He was born on the farm, where he resides, in 1867, and is the son of the late Rev. Eli Stroup. The Stroup family
were early settlers of this section and settled in Knox Township over 100 years ago.
Earl W. Stroup attended the public schools of Georgetown and Ohio State University, after which he engaged in teaching
school for one year. He operates 73 acres of well improved land and is a successful stock raiser, and has won several
prizes at corn and grain shows.
In November, 1917, Mr. Stroup was married to Miss Carrie Sutton of Jefferson County, Ohio, the daughter of George
and Elizabeth (McLean) Sutton. Mr. Sutton is deceased and his wife resides with the Stroup family. Three children
have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Stroup: Atlee L., born Nov. 3, 1918; one child died in infancy; and Lowell J., born
Aug. 12, 1922.
Mr. Stroup is a member of the Brethren Church and he and his wife are highly esteemed in their community.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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