(1826 - 1864)
Home State: Virginia
Command Billet: Battery Commander
Branch of Service: Artillery
As early as 1848 he operated a tin shop, Hupp's Phoenix Tin Establishment, manufacturing metal ware, in Salem, Virginia. He bought and donated to the town it's first fire pumper in that year, after a fire severely damaged his shop. He organized the Salem Flying Artillery after John Brown's attack on Harper's Ferry (1859).
The rest of the War
In October 1862 Hupp returned home, too ill to command, and later died of cancer.
More on the Web
See a brief history, citing Capt Hupp, online from the city of Salem, Virginia.