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Descendants of John Tripp


      1412. William8 Tripp (Job7, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born July 05, 1769 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and died September 08, 1842 in Clifford, Pennsylvania. He married Grace Harding October 13, 1795 in Exeter, Pennsylvania. She was born in Exeter, Lucerne County, Pennslyvania.
     
Children of William Tripp and Grace Harding are:
  2962 i.   Job9 Tripp, born February 12, 1801.
  2963 ii.   Thomas Tripp, born September 24, 1802.
  2964 iii.   Ira Tripp, born June 06, 1806.
  Notes for Ira Tripp:
[John-Peleg.FTW]

Ira Tripp was from New York State.


  2965 iv.   Lydia Tripp, born 1823; died 1898.


      1414. Sarah8 Tripp (Samuel7, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born August 08, 1760 in Tiverton, Rhode Island. She married Levi PECKMAN September 24, 1780 in Warwick, Rhode Island.
     
Children of Sarah Tripp and Levi PECKMAN are:
  2966 i.   Russell G.9 Tripp.
  2967 ii.   Wealtha Peckham.
  2968 iii.   Mary Peckham.
  2969 iv.   Perry Mumford Peckham.
  2970 v.   Stephen Peckham.
  2971 vi.   Katherine Peckham.
  2972 vii.   Susanna Peckham.
  2973 viii.   Samuel Peckham, born November 12, 1780.


      1419. Catherine8 Tripp (Samuel7, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born August 25, 1772 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, and died January 08, 1803. She married (1) Philip Sanford September 30, 1798 in Tiverton, Rhode Island. He was born September 09, 1743 in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, and died January 08, 1803. She married (2) Job Sowle November 12, 1818 in Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was born August 28, 1757 in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, and died September 24, 1848 in Westport, Massachusetts.

Notes for Philip Sanford:
[John-Peleg.FTW]

Philip Sanford is my 3rd Cousin six times removed. Before he married Catherine
Tripp, he was married and had nine children, as yet unrecorded. While he was
married to Catherine Tripp, he was thrown from a horse, then died.
Herman William Tripp--Remembering----

     
Children of Catherine Tripp and Philip Sanford are:
  2974 i.   Samuel Tripp9 Sanford, born June 27, 1799 in Westport, Massachusetts.
  Notes for Samuel Tripp Sanford:
[John-Peleg.FTW]

Samuel Tripp Sanford is my 2nd Cousin four times removed. 4th Cousin five
times removed, 4th Cousin 4 times removed, 5th Cousin five times removed, and
5th Cousin four times removed. He sailed on the whaler "Phenix"; and kept a
diary while on board. It is now in the Providence Public Library.
Herman William Tripp--Remembering----


  2975 ii.   Squire Sanford, born May 26, 1801 in Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died April 13, 1870 in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
  Notes for Squire Sanford:
[John-Peleg.FTW]

Squire Sanford was captain of whaling ships "Phenix", and "John".


  2976 iii.   Ray Green Sanford, born April 30, 1803 in Westport, Massachusetts; died October 30, 1841 in Died At Sea.


      1420. Giles8 Slocum (Ruth7 Tripp, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born January 05, 1759 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and died November 14, 1826. He married Sarah Ross 1779. She was born 1749, and died November 22, 1820.
     
Children of Giles Slocum and Sarah Ross are:
  2977 i.   Jeremiah9 Slocum, born 1780.
  2978 ii.   Sarah Slocum, born November 04, 1782.
  2979 iii.   Giles Slocum, born 1784.


      1422. William8 Slocum (Ruth7 Tripp, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born January 06, 1762 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and died October 20, 1810. He married Sarah Sawyer January 04, 1786. She died March 16, 1832.
     
Children of William Slocum and Sarah Sawyer are:
  2980 i.   Lemuel9 Slocum, born March 24, 1787; died August 24, 1830.
  2981 ii.   Elizabeth Slocum, born October 03, 1788; died August 22, 1869.
  2982 iii.   Frances Slocum, born August 26, 1790; died August 07, 1822.
  2983 iv.   Laton Slocum, born August 16, 1792; died January 16, 1833.
  2984 v.   Sarah Slocum, born August 12, 1794; died March 17, 1829.
  2985 vi.   Rhoda Slocum, born July 17, 1796.
  2986 vii.   Merritt Slocum, born July 12, 1798; died July 11, 1838.
  2987 viii.   Giles Slocum, born May 04, 1801; died May 07, 1878.
  2988 ix.   William Slocum, born May 04, 1803; died May 27, 1856.


      1423. Ebenezer8 Slocum (Ruth7 Tripp, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born June 10, 1766 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and died July 25, 1832 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah Davis December 03, 1790 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. She was born August 31, 1771, and died November 01, 1842.
     
Children of Ebenezer Slocum and Sarah Davis are:
  2989 i.   Ruth9 Slocum, born September 13, 1791 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania; died 1882 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
  2990 ii.   Sidney Slocum, born March 17, 1794; died January 20, 1825.
  2991 iii.   Ebenezer Slocum, born June 06, 1796.
  2992 iv.   Benjamin Slocum, born July 19, 1798; died October 19, 1832 in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania.
  2993 v.   Joseph Slocum, born July 15, 1800 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania; died June 1890.
  2994 vi.   Samuel Slocum, born May 13, 1802; died August 15, 1851.
  2995 vii.   Thomas Slocum, born May 21, 1804; died December 26, 1879 in Marion, Iowa.
  2996 viii.   Sarah Slocum, born December 24, 1806; died November 28, 1878.
  2997 ix.   Charles Miner Slocum, born December 24, 1808; died August 27, 1877.
  2998 x.   William Slocum, born December 20, 1810; died Aft. 1881.
  2999 xi.   Mary Slocum, born December 03, 1812; died January 02, 1875.
  3000 xii.   Esther Slocum, born March 20, 1816; died Aft. 1881.
  3001 xiii.   Giles Slocum, born December 11, 1820; died Aft. 1881.


      1425. Benjamin8 Slocum (Ruth7 Tripp, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born December 07, 1770 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and died July 05, 1832. He married Phebe LaFrance 1805.
     
Children of Benjamin Slocum and Phebe LaFrance are:
  3002 i.   Maria9 Slocum.
  3003 ii.   Ruth Slocum.
  3004 iii.   Frances Slocum.
  3005 iv.   Thomas Truxton Slocum, born 1813.


      1426. Frances Mac-on-a-quah8 Slocum (Ruth7 Tripp, Isaac6, Job5, Peleg4, John3, John2, Nathaniel1) was born March 1773 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and died March 09, 1847 in Peru, Indiana. She married (1) Little Turtle 1790 in Ke-ki-ong-a, On Wabash, Peru, Indiana. She married (2) (Deaf Man) She-po-con-ah 1794. He died 1832 in Deaf Man Village, Miamisport, (Peru), Indiana.

Notes for Frances Mac-on-a-quah Slocum:
[John-Peleg.FTW]

Frances Mac-on-a-quah Slocum is my 1st cousin, 5 times removed.
Frances Slocum was captured by Three Delaware Indians on November 11, 1778 from
her home in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. She was not heard from again by her
family until September 20,1837. Frances had been discovered in early January
1835 by a Col. George Ewing, a trader, but a letter to the post office at
Lancaster, Pennsylvania was ignored by post mistress Mary Dickson!! It lay for
more than 2 years before a John W. Forney became aware of the letter and
published a story about it in The Intelligencer. prominent newspaper at that
time. This was the very newspaper that was formerly owned by Mary Dickson, at
the time the letter was written!
Ruth Tripp Slocum never gave up on finding her little red haired girl
alive. On her deathbed, she asked her sons to never give up finding Frances,
or her fate. They never did! At the time she was embraced as the long lost
sister, however, only her brother Joseph, her brother Isaac, and her sister
Mary were still living. All of 58 years, 10 months, and 9 days had passed!!
See the story of her capture under Ruth Tripp Number 62.
Herman William Tripp--Remembering----

     
Children of Frances Slocum and (Deaf She-po-con-ah are:
  3006 i.   Son9.
  3007 ii.   (Cut Finger) Kekenokeshwah, born 1800.
  3008 iii.   (Yellow Leaf) Jane Oshoshinquah, born 1815; died January 25, 1877 in Deaf Man Village, Miamisport, (Peru), Indiana.
  Notes for (Yellow Leaf) Jane Oshoshinquah:
[John-Peleg.FTW]

Osahshinquah, Francis Slocum's second daughter married five times. The forth
husband,Ma-ma-mundra, was killed by a Wea Indian. There seemed to be constant
confrontation between the Miami Indians and the Wea Indians.




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