Descendants of Peter Kuplinger

 

I have researched this information to the best of my knowledge; parts of it may be inaccurate.  I am looking for corrections and descendants of this line.  This site is NOT intended as an official genealogy record. If you need to verify an event date or source document for research purposes, contact me please.   I am unsure if the first two generations have the children in the right families, with the name variations it is difficult.   I have also removed a number of living persons to protect their identity. (Beginning with 10th generation, and several in the 9th generation)  

 

My line is with PHILIP3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) and was born Abt. 1761 in Rockingham Valley, Virginia, and died Bef. 1830 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.  He married BARBARA MOCK January 01, 1784 in Rockingham County, Virginia, daughter of RUDOLPH (MAUCK) and CATHERINE ULRICH.  She was born Abt. 1767 in Rockingham Valley, Virginia, and died Bef. 1850.  Barbara and Philip were divorced in Kentucky, and she traveled to Rush County, Indiana with her family and most of her children.

 

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Generation No. 1

 

1.  PETER1 KUPLINGER was born Abt. 1700 in Germany, and died Bef. May 1749 in Germany.  He married (1) ANNA MARIE UNKNOWN Abt. 1725 in Rheindurkheim, Germany.    He married (2) ANNA ELIZABETH GRAMM July 15, 1742. 

     

Children of PETER KUPLINGER and ANNA UNKNOWN are:

2.           i.   JOHANN JACOB2 KUPLINGER, b. Abt. 1730, Rheindurkheim, Germany; d. June 1786, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia.

             ii.   EVA ANNA KUPLINGER, b. July 16, 1731.

3.         iii.   JOHANN PHILIP KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1733, Rheindurkheim, Worms, Germany; d. Bef. 1791.

4.         iv.   JOHANN DANIEL KUPLINGER, b. 1738, Rheindurkheim, Germany; d. 1797, Shenandoah County, Virginia.

 

     

Child of PETER KUPLINGER and ANNA GRAMM is:

             v.   ANNA AGATHA2 KUPLINGER, b. 1745.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  JOHANN JACOB2 KUPLINGER (PETER1) was born Abt. 1730 in Rheindurkheim, Germany, and died June 1786 in Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia.  He married VERONICA GRAMM1 May 11, 1749 in Rheindurkheim, Germany.  She was born in Rheindurkheim, Germany.

     

Children of JOHANN KUPLINGER and VERONICA GRAMM are:

              i.   ELIZABETH3 KUPLINGER.

5.          ii.   JOHN PETER KUPLINGER.

            iii.   MARY KUPLINGER, m. FREDERICK MISER, November 17, 1790, Augusta Co., Virginia.

6.         iv.   JOHN HENRY KUPLINGER.

             v.   CATHERINE KUPLINGER, b. January 20, 1753, Lancaster, PA.

 

 

3.  JOHANN PHILIP2 KIPLINGER (PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born Abt. 1733 in Rheindurkheim, Worms, Germany, and died Bef. 1791.  He married APPOLONIA ELPIN1 April 16, 1752 in Rheindurkheim, Worms, Germany.  She was born  in Germany1, and died 1.

 

Notes for JOHANN PHILIP KIPLINGER:

Philip (a farmer) died:  Rockingham Co., VA., ca. 1791 (ca. 58y).

Abigail died:  Augusta Co., VA. (now Pendleton Co., WV.), ca. 1807.  Her Will, dated 28 Jan 1807, proved 11 Jun 1807.  Executor:  Abraham Lamb. Philip & Abigail had six children

 

1784 Heads of Families - Rockingham County, VA

 

The original copies of the first census in 1790 for Virginia were burned during the War of 1812.

 

From: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790, Virginia

Records of the State Enumerations: 1782 to 1785

Originally published 1908 by Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Reprinted 1993 by American Genealogical Lending Library

 

 

Listed are John Sr., John Jr., Phillip, Jacob, (is this the Jacob that lived in Wayne County?) and Christian as heads of households.

 

Notes for APPOLONIA ELPIN:

 

NOTE:  German - Appolonia "Appy"     English - Abigail "Abby"

 

Marriage Notes for JOHANN KIPLINGER and APPOLONIA ELPIN:

 

 

Hans (Johann) "Philip" Kublinger, born:  Rheindurkheim, Worms, Germany,

ca. 1733, s/o Hans (Johann) "Peter" (    -1749) & Anna "Maria" (    -  

), nee maiden name unknown, Kublinger (later changed to Kiplinger).

Married:  Appolonia (Abigail in later documents) Eip(in), German

Reformed Church, Rheindurkheim, 16 Apr 1752.  Arrived:  Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania, aboard the "St. Andrew", 23 Sep 1752.  They farmed 72

acres, Augusta Co. (now Rockingham Co., VA.  Philip died:  Rockingham

Co., ca. 1791 (ca. 58y).  Appolonia/Abigail died:  Augusta Co., VA. (now

Pendleton Co. WV.), ca. 1807.  Her Will, dated 28 Jan 1807, was proved,

11 Jun 1807.  Executor:  Abraham Lamb.  They had at least 6 children.

     

Children of JOHANN KIPLINGER and APPOLONIA ELPIN are:

              i.   CATHERINE3 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1753, Pa.; d. September 22, 1822, Fairfield Co., Ohio.

7.          ii.   PHILIP KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1761, Rockingham Valley, Virginia; d. Bef. 1830, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

            iii.   ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1757, Lancaster Co., PA; d. Abt. 1812, Moorefield, Harrison Co., Ohio.

            iv.   JOHN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1766.

 

Notes for JOHN KIPLINGER:

Also listed in Bourbon County 1810 census

 

             v.   JOHN PETER KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1768; d. 1848.

            vi.   MARY KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1770.

 

 

4.  JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER (PETER1) was born 1738 in Rheindurkheim, Germany, and died 1797 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  He married (1) KATHARINA SPEIER1.  She was born March 07, 1729/30 in Schlaitdorf, Wu1.  He married (2) KATHANRINA SPEIER July 30, 1753 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  She was born March 07, 1728/29 in Schlaitdorf, Wurttemberg, Germany.

 

Notes for JOHANN DANIEL KUPLINGER:

Immigrated to the USA on 9 Sep 1749. Johann was born in Rheindurkheim, Worms, Germany in 1738.

 

Johann Daniel arrived in Philadelphia on 9 SEP 1749 aboard the ship St. Andrew with Johann Jacob.

 He married in the German Reformed Church of Lancaster Co., PA, and settled in the Hawksbill area of Shenandoah Co., VA near Stanley. He purchased land on the Hawksbill near Massanutten in the Shenandoah. (Donald Kiblinger Wallace, M.D.)

 Rev War: Michael Readers Co. of Shenandoah County

 

 

 Following is the text of Johann Daniel's last will. (Note that several words are best guesses

 from the copy at hand.)

 

 In the name of God Amen. I Daniel Kiblinger of Shenandoah Co. yeoman(?) being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God calling unto mind the mortality of my body do make and ordain this my last Will and testament in manner following. I recommend my soul into the hand of almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my executors and as touching(?) such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form. First I give and bequeath to Catharin my dearly beloved wife two beds table Iron Kettle Iron stove, Kitchen Covern(?) and then the third out of my whole estate the third of the land after her death come to my son John again. Also I give to my son Jacob fifteen pounds out of my estate and that is to be paid six years after my death. Also to my beloved son Adam I give ten pounds and that is to be paid to him eight years after my death. Also all my personal estate land & tenaments(?) I give and bequeth to him besides the wagon and four horses gears plow and shovel plow and wagon chain and then he is to pay to his sisters hundret and fifty pounds the first payment is to be five & twenty pounds to be paid to my daughter Catharin and that two years after my death Also to my daughter Anna Mary I give and bequeth five and twenty pounds and my son John has to paid it four years after my death. Also my daughter Elizabeth & my daughter Eve I give each of them fifty pounds and this is all ready paid to them. Also I give and bequeth to my daughter Susana two cows and fifty pounds & my son John has to pay it four years after my death and when my son John has paid the full payment to his sisters he has one year time & then he has to pay five and twenty pounds to my daughter Catharin again and then one year after an other my son John shall pay to my daughter Anna Mary and to my daughter Susana five and twenty pounds each til the hundred and fifty pounds is paid that he is to pay, And then after this all my movable(?) estate is to be equal divided between them all. I __?__ constitute wish and ordain my son John to be executor of this my last will and testament & I do hereby utterly disallow and revoke all former testaments Wills legacies and executors ratifying & confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and soul this twelve day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven.

 Daniel Kiblinger - (seal)

 Following is the second page:

 Body to be buried into the earth, but my soul I bequeath into the hands of almighty god who gave the same to me. Item, I give and bequeath unto my wife Catherine the third of all my property and over and above the same I give her two beds, one table, one kitchen cubbert one wash kettle and one iron stove. Item, I give and bequeath unto my oldest son Jacob fifteen pounds in addition to what he has

 received allready which said fifteen pounds are to be paid unto him six years after my decease Item, I give and bequeath unto my son Adam ten pounds to be paid unto him eight years after my decease Item, I give and bequeath unto my son John all the land I own out of which he is to pay the sum of one hundred and fifty pound, the first payment of twenty five pounds he is to pay to my daughter

 Catherine two years after my decease Item, And to my daughter Anna Maria shall my son John pay the sum of twenty five pounds four years after my decease Item, I give and bequeath unto my daughters Elizabeth and Eva each of them fifty pounds which is paid to them allready Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Susanna twenty five pounds which my son John is to pay five years after my decease and after that again twenty five pounds Item, And as soon as my son John has paid the first payment to his sisters then he is to have one year time then he is to pay to Catherine again twenty five pounds and then to each one year after another twenty five pounds till the whole one hundred and fifty pounds is paid which he is to pay Item, I give and bequeath to my son John the waggon and four horses with all the gears, plough, chain, and shovel plough Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Susanna two cows more Item, It is my will and desire that my personal estate shall be equally divided among my children and their mothers third part of the land shall after her decease fall to the land again which my son John shall possess after my decease and I hereby appoint my son John executor of this my last will and testament which I hereby sign with my own hand done on the 12th August 1797.

 Test Philip Sommer

 John __?__

 Joseph __?__

 Daniel Kiblinger

 

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 On passenger list Philadelphia, 9 SEP 1749

 Johann Jacob Kublinger and Johann Daniel Kublinger

 --"Palatines--Ship St. Andrews, James Abercrombie,

 Master, from Rotterdam, last from Plymouth, 400

 passengers" in Thirty Thousand Names of Immigrants

 in Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, by Rupp, p 196

 

 --Same information in Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Strassburger & Hinke, Volume I, p 396

 

     

Children of JOHANN KUPLINGER and KATHARINA SPEIER are:

              i.   ANNA MARY3 KIPLINGER.

             ii.   CATHERINE KIPLINGER.

            iii.   ELIZABETH KIPLINGER.

8.         iv.   JACOB KIPLINGER, b. 1760, Virginia; d. Aft. June 18, 1814, Clarke County, Ohio.

9.          v.   ADAM KIPLINGER, b. August 15, 1762; d. July 15, 1844.

            vi.   JOHN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1772; m. ELIZABETH ROLER1, December 29, 1795, Rockingham County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1775.

10.      vii.   SUSANNAH KIPLINGER, b. March 14, 1777; d. January 04, 1846.

 

     

Children of JOHANN KUPLINGER and KATHANRINA SPEIER are:

          viii.   CATHERINE3 KIPLINGER.

            ix.   ELIZABETH KIBLINGER1, b. December 26, 1757.

11.        x.   EVA ANNA KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1770, Shenandoah County, Virginia; d. 1842, Clarke County, Ohio.

12.       xi.   (JOHANNES) JOHN KIPLINGER, b. 1772.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

5.  JOHN PETER3 KUPLINGER (JOHANN JACOB2, PETER1)  He married ANN CATHERINE CARPENTER 1788. 

     

Children of JOHN KUPLINGER and ANN CARPENTER are:

              i.   ANN4 KUPLINGER, m. CORNELIUS CAIN, 1821.

             ii.   JOHANNES KUPLINGER, b. June 10, 1792, Rockingham Co., Virginia; d. September 09, 1792, Friedens Church, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia.

            iii.   ELIZABETH KUPLINGER, b. September 02, 1794, Rockingham Co., Virginia; d. April 05, 1795, Friedens Church, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia.

            iv.   WILHELM KUPLINGER, b. September 03, 1807.

             v.   ELISA KUPLINGER, b. October 24, 1817, Rockingham Co., Virginia; d. October 1818, Friedens Church, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia.

 

 

6.  JOHN HENRY3 KUPLINGER (JOHANN JACOB2, PETER1)  He married ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. 

     

Child of JOHN KUPLINGER and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN is:

13.         i.   JACOB4 KIPLINGER, b. October 27, 1799; d. January 12, 1877, Wayne County, Indiana.

 

 

7.  PHILIP3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born Abt. 1761 in Rockingham Valley, Virginia, and died Bef. 1830 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.  He married BARBARA MOCK January 01, 1784 in Rockingham County, Virginia, daughter of RUDOLPH (MAUCK) and CATHERINE ULRICH.  She was born Abt. 1767 in Rockingham Valley, Virginia, and died Bef. 1850 in Harrison County, Indiana.

 

Notes for PHILIP KIPLINGER:

The name Kiplinger appears with a variety of different spellings in America, i.e., Kepplinger, Keplinger, Kiplinger, Caplinger, Kiblinger, Caplenner, Camplin, and even Heplinger in some census records.

 

The original copies of the first census in 1790 for Virginia were burned during the War of 1812. In an effort to reconstruct the census, manuscript lists of state enumerations for the years 1782, 1783, 1784 and1785 were compiled.

 

From: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790, Virginia

Records of the State Enumerations: 1782 to 1785

Originally published 1908 by Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Reprinted 1993 by American Genealogical Lending Library

Rockingham, Virginia  1784

Phillip Kiplinger, 4 persons, 3 buildings

 

Kiplinger, Phillip, Soldier

Revolutionary War Records Virginia

 SECTION II (18) [DOCUMENT No. 44] (18) LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF

 THE Virginia LINE ON CONTINENTAL ESTABLISHMENT, WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON THE ARMY

 REGISTER AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND, RICHMOND, 1835.

 

Also War of 1812

Served under Captain William Hutchison, Kentucky Mounted Volunteers, commanded by Colonel William Mountjoy

Mustered in Newport, Kentucky, August 13th, 1813: 

Mustered out November 8th, 1818.

 

 

1810

 KIPLINGER

 PHILIP

 Bourbon  County KY 943

02101-01001-00

 Federal Population Schedule

 KY 1810

Federal Census Index

 KYS1a1901054

 

1820 Bourbon County Census has his last name KEPLINGER

 

Philip Kiplinger 1787 Tax List

Philip Kiplinger 1791 Tax List

 BOURBON COUNTY KENTUCKY

 

COOPER'S RUN CHURCH in Bourbon County, Kentucky - Excerpts from original minutes.

               (Copied by Steve Lapp.)

Duncan Tavern Historic Center

  U.S. Highway 68, Paris, KY

 

The minute book I partially photocopied (see attached) in Paris, KY is for "The Church of Jesus Christ At Cooper's Run" - Minutes of Business Meetings 1787 - 1866. (two volumes)  This was clearly a Baptist church, probably Primitive Baptist - but names were not as well defined at this early time.  Augustine Eastin was the first minister, from the Shenandoah Valley.

 

 

Barbary  (for Barbara?) Kiplinger was admitted by letter of transfer in May 1791.

 

 In the roster there is a column for "when dismissed".  Next to Barbary's name in this column is just "removed", with no date.   There is a third column for "when died"; in this column next to Rudy Mock is just "Dead" with no date.  There is nothing for Caty Mock in columns two and three. "At a Church Meeting held at the Meeting House Saturday July 9th 1791 after prayer proceeded to businefs.......(two sentences later)............

Rudolph Mock and Caty his wife presents a letter from the Baptist Church at the Cross Roads in Shenandoah County And at their request was received into Fellowship."

 

Here are some other excerpts from the journal:

[May 1792] "Elizabeth Custard produced a Letter from the Baptist Church Smiths Creek Shenandoah County Virginia Testifying of her being in full fellowship was at her request Received into this Church.   Done by order of the Church.    

Jas. Garrard Clk"

 

"At a Church Meeting held at the Meeting House Coopers Run June 15th 1792:

After Prayer proceeded to Business.   Brother Jesse Williams exhibited a charge against Brother Teley Renno, for being at a Logroling at an unseasonable time, & with drinking to intoxication & swearing, & differing with certain Brothers, & strikeing a Negro.  The Church after hearing the Charge and Br. Rennos Defence, are of opinion that he aught to be admonished and he is hereby suspended from Communion of the Church until he gives satisfaction done by order of the Church.       

Jas Garrard Clk"

 

[1793] "Where as our Br. Kirkpatrick Denham and wife profess a dissatisfaction with the Church for tolerating Slavery And having informed the Church of their joining a Church to their own satisfaction they are considered as Dismissed from us............

 

A Charge exhibited against Br. Kiplinger for suspicion of Adultery  Br. Williams is requested to cite him to appear at this place Thursday next at nine a clock to answer said Charges. 

Adjourned till Thursday Morning

 

Thursday Nine a clock met agreeable to appointment & after Prayer proceeded to inquire into the different circumstances respecting the Charges against Br. Kiplinger And the Church is fully of opinion that the Charges is sufficiently proven to exclude said Br. from his Fellowship and he is therefore Excluded......... 

Edmund Mountjoy Clk"

 

"At a Monthly Meeting held at the Meeting House March 12th 1796  After Prayer proceeded as follows.  Mr. Ruddels George, a Black Brother  being charged with playing the Fiddle for a Company to Daunce & being asked, acknowledged the fact and that he saw no evil in Fiddling and dancing.   The Church does hereby bear his Testimony against the practice as evil, and do hereby Exclude said George from the Fellowship of this Church.........

 

Sister Kiplinger charged Brother Ellis of killing her cattle & dogging her hogs, which charge does not appear any just grounds for."

 

"At a Church meeting held at Coopers Run on Saturday Sept 7th 1805..........

Whereas a dissatisfaction Exists between Phillip Kiplinger and Rudolph Mawk, agreed that James Garrard, Laban Ship, Charles Smith Jun. Edmund Montjoy and Stephen Ruddle be appointed a Committee to wait on said Brethren and hear the difference between them.........

 

7th December 1805.....The Brethren appointed as a Committee to wait on Brethren Kiplinger and Mawk made a Report in writing which was directed to be kept'd in the Clerks hands and fil'd among the Church papers."

 

"At a Church meeting held at Coopers the 10th May 1806  After prayer We proceeded to Business.  First Phillip Kiplinger request by Letter for leave to withdraw his membership, and gave no reasons for such request.

Whereupon it was agreed that Brethren William Hutchison,  Andrew Barton and William Stamps be appointed to wait on said brother in order to know his reasons for wishin to withdraw and to try to Remove the difficulties from his mind if any there are, and report thereon."

 

 

(Coopers Run 1787 

The following thrilling incident occurred in Bourbon on Cooper's Run in April, 1787. A widow, of the name of Skaggs, lived in a lonely spot with her family, consisting of two grown sons, three grown daughters (one of them married and the mother of an infant), and a daughter about half-grown.  One night their cabin, which was a double one, was attacked by a band or Indians, four of the inmates killed, one of the girls carried off a captive, while one of the sons and the married daughter with her infant made their escape. The neighborhood was aroused, and at daylight the next morning thirty men well armed and well-mounted, under Col. Edwards, started in pursuit of the savages. A light snow had fallen, and they were enabled to follow the trail at a gallop. When the Indians found they were pursued, and likely to be overtaken, they tomahawked their captive and left her lying by their trail where she was found by the pursuers before life

became extinct, but she died in a few minutes after they came up. They soon overtook the savages, when a fight commenced, but by a strategy on their part in leaving two of their number to hold the whites in check, the main body succeeded in making their escape; the two left behind were killed.

 

Another incident, and which is said to have been the last of its kind enacted in Bourbon County, was somewhat as follows: A party of Indians, about twenty in number, made all incursion into the neighborhood to steal horses. A squad of hunters followed them, and came up with them encamped upon the Stoner a few miles from Paris. They fired into their camp, killing one and wounding several others, when the Indians fled, but soon returned and a fight took place, which lasted until the ammunition of the whites gave out, and they were forced to retreat leaving their foes in possession of the field. But one of the whites were killed, a man named Frank Hickman, whose skeleton was afterward recognized by the initials on his knee buckles. }                                                      

 

There is also an Elizabeth Kiplinger age 48 with a daughter Abigail age 12 in the 1850 Center Township, Rush County, Indiana  Census.  I am unsure where she fits in.

 

Notes for BARBARA MOCK:

A number of her family went to Rush County about 1815-1820, Indiana and to Monroe County, Iowa

She probably came with them following her divorce.

Her maiden name has a number of name variations including Mauk, Mauck, and several others.  Marriage date taken from original records of Rockingham County, Virginia. Surname spelling on this record MAUK some records show MOCK as surname spelling.

 

1840 Rush County, Indiana Census  CENTRE TWP

 

Family rumor is she died in Harrison County, at the home of her son, but now I have my doubts.

 

Marriage Notes for PHILIP KIPLINGER and BARBARA MOCK:

In 1814, after thirty years of marriage, they were divorced.  His "grounds" were that she had never been a good housekeeper, Jun 1818.  Philip died:  Bourbon Co., KY., aft. 1820 (+55y).  Barbara died:  Harrison Co., Indiana.

     

Children of PHILIP KIPLINGER and BARBARA MOCK are:

14.         i.   JOHN W.4 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1785, Montgomery, Virginia; d. Aft. 1833, Rush County, Indiana.

             ii.   POLLY ANN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1786.

15.       iii.   PHILIP KIPLINGER, b. 1787; d. Bet. 1841 - 1849.

            iv.   ABIGAIL KIPLINGER, b. April 06, 1789, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. October 26, 1837, Rush County, Indiana; m. JOHN SMELTSER, March 12, 1811, Bourbon County, Kentucky; b. November 26, 1778, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. September 10, 1840, Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for JOHN SMELTSER:

In  Union Township John Smelser built the first gristmill in 1822 or 23

on Flat Rock, which was for very many years the best and most popular

mill in the county. A few years later he erected a large distillery at

the same point, and also a sawmill.

 

             v.   CATHERINE (CATY) KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1790, Bourbon County, Kentucky; m. JOESPH SMITH, April 26, 1806, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

            vi.   MARGARET "PEGGY" KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1794; m. JOHN H. RILEY, December 09, 1820, Harrison County, Indiana.

16.      vii.   JACOB KIPLINGER, b. March 07, 1801, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. January 12, 1877, Harrison County, Indiana.

 

 

8.  JACOB3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)1 was born 1760 in Virginia1, and died Aft. June 18, 1814 in Clarke County, Ohio.  He married (1) ANNA MARGARET PENCE.    He married (2) ANNA MARGARET PENCE1 in Virginia1.  She was born  in Virginia1.  He married (3) ANNA MARGARET PENCE November 05, 1803 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  She was born in Virginia.

 

More About JACOB KIPLINGER:

Burial: Ohio1

     

Children of JACOB KIPLINGER and ANNA PENCE are:

17.         i.   DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, b. March 08, 1780, Rockingham Valley, Virginia.

18.        ii.   CATHERINE KIPLINGER, b. November 07, 1781; d. October 15, 1842.

19.       iii.   EVE KIPLINGER, b. September 04, 1788, Shenandoah Co., Virginia; d. June 29, 1853, Clark County, Ohio.

20.       iv.   JOHN ADAM KIPLINGER, b. December 25, 1790, Shenandoah Co., Virginia; d. January 11, 1852, Warren County, Indiana.

 

     

Children of JACOB KIPLINGER and ANNA PENCE are:

             v.   CATHERINE4 KIBLINGER, b. November 07, 1781; m. PETER BRUNER, August 03, 1801, Saint Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia; b. July 1781, Frederick County, Maryland; d. 1816, Clarke County, Ohio.

21.       vi.   JACOB KIBLINGER, b. August 08, 1784; d. January 27, 1860, Clarke County, Ohio.

           vii.   EVE KIBLINGER, b. September 04, 1788, Shenandoah County, Virginia; d. June 29, 1853, Clarke County, Ohio; m. PETER PENCE; b. November 20, 1789, Shenandoah County, Virginia; d. November 20, 1831, Clarke County, Ohio.

          viii.   JOHN ADAM KIBLINGER, b. December 25, 1790, Shenandoah County, Virginia; d. January 11, 1852, Warren County, Indiana; m. MARGARET CATHERINE BARNES, June 24, 1814, Champaign County, Ohio; b. 1792.

 

 

9.  ADAM3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)1 was born August 15, 1762, and died July 15, 18441.  He married (1) ELIZABETH HUFFMAN1.    He married (2) ELIZABETH PRINCE1 March 21, 1785 in Shenandoah Co., Virginia1.  She was born 1765 in Shenandoah County, Virginia, and died December 18521.

 

More About ADAM KIPLINGER:

Burial: Albemarle County, VA1

 

More About ELIZABETH PRINCE:

Burial: Charlottesville, VA1

     

Children of ADAM KIPLINGER and ELIZABETH PRINCE are:

              i.   CATHERINE4 KEBLINGER.

             ii.   ADAM KEBLINGER.

            iii.   DAVID KEBLINGER, b. 1788.

            iv.   CATHERINE KIPLINGER, b. 1795; m. JOHN ANDERSON.

             v.   ADAM KIPLINGER.

            vi.   DAVID KIPLINGER.

 

Notes for DAVID KIPLINGER:

1840 Census SHEPHERDSTOWN, Jefferson County, Virginia

 

           vii.   JOHN KIPLINGER.

 

 

10.  SUSANNAH3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)1 was born March 14, 1777, and died January 04, 18461.  She married ISSAC NEWTON KOONTZ SR. August 15, 1797 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  He was born February 14, 1777, and died July 18, 1834.

 

More About SUSANNAH KIPLINGER:

Burial: Koontz/Shuler Cemetery, Page County, Virginia

 

More About ISSAC NEWTON KOONTZ SR.:

Burial: Koontz/Shuler Cemetery, Page County, Virginia

     

Children of SUSANNAH KIPLINGER and ISSAC SR. are:

              i.   JULIA4 KOONTZ.

             ii.   DANIEL KOONTZ, b. 1799; d. 1872.

            iii.   DAVID KOONTZ, b. 1801.

            iv.   NANCY KOONTZ, b. 1803.

             v.   JOHN J. KOONTZ, b. 1804.

            vi.   ELIZABETH KOONTZ, b. 1809; m. CHARLES C. DOVEL; b. March 1806, Page County, Virginia; d. October 17, 1864.

           vii.   ISAAC NEWTON KOONTZ, b. 1810.

          viii.   MARY KOONTZ, b. 1819.

 

 

11.  EVA ANNA3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born Abt. 1770 in Shenandoah County, Virginia, and died 1842 in Clarke County, Ohio.  She married RUDOLPH BAKER1 March 16, 1789 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  He was born 1772 in Shenandoah County, Virginia, and died 1825 in Clarke County, Ohio.

 

More About RUDOLPH BAKER:

Burial: Mt. Zion Cemetery, German Township, Clarke County, Ohio

 

Marriage Notes for EVA KIPLINGER and RUDOLPH BAKER:

All children were born in Shenandoah County, Virginia.

     

Children of EVA KIPLINGER and RUDOLPH BAKER are:

              i.   CATHERINE4 BAKER, b. 1790.

             ii.   SUSANNAH BAKER, b. 1792.

            iii.   DANIEL BAKER, b. 1794.

            iv.   ELIZABETH BAKER, b. 1796.

             v.   EVE BAKER, b. 1798.

            vi.   MARY BAKER, b. 1800.

           vii.   VERONICA BAKER, b. April 06, 1802, Clark County, Ohio; d. January 18, 1873, Clark County, Ohio; m. HENRY BAKER, December 05, 1825, Clark County, Ohio.

          viii.   ADAM BAKER, b. 1804.

            ix.   BARBARA BAKER, b. 1805.

             x.   JOHN R. BAKER, b. August 27, 1807; m. BARBARA.

            xi.   ISAAC BAKER, b. 1809; d. 1884.

           xii.   ANNA BAKER, b. 1812.

          xiii.   REBECCA BAKER, b. 1814.

 

 

12.  (JOHANNES) JOHN3 KIPLINGER (JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)1 was born 1772.  He married ELIZABETH ROLER1 December 29, 1795 in Rockingham County, Virginia.  She was born Abt. 1775.

     

Children of (JOHANNES) KIPLINGER and ELIZABETH ROLER are:

              i.   ANNA4 KIPLINGER, b. March 29, 1793, Rockingham County, Virginia; m. CHUREWELL PULLIAM, July 02, 1816, Shenandoah County, Virginia  (now Page County); b. Abt. 1790.

 

Notes for ANNA KIPLINGER:

 Christened at the Friends Church, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia on June 30th, 1793

 

             ii.   PHILIP KIPLINGER, b. October 02, 1794, Rockingham County, Virginia.

 

Notes for PHILIP KIPLINGER:

Christening  April 5th  1795 Friends Church, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia

 

            iii.   JOHANNES KIPLINGER, b. March 26, 1795, Rockingham County, Virginia.

 

Notes for JOHANNES KIPLINGER:

Christening July 7th,   1797 Friends Church, Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia

 

22.       iv.   DANIEL KIPLINGER, b. 1797, Shenandoah Co., Virginia; d. 1871, Page County, Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

13.  JACOB4 KIPLINGER (JOHN HENRY3 KUPLINGER, JOHANN JACOB2, PETER1) was born October 27, 1799, and died January 12, 1877 in Wayne County, Indiana.  He married THERESIA CLACKNER June 05, 1832 in Wayne County, Indiana.  She was born March 22, 1812 in Badeneaden, Bavaria, and died March 18, 1898 in Wayne County, Indiana.

 

Notes for JACOB KIPLINGER:

1850 Census list his age as 50, and his location of his birth Pennsylvania.  Only the time frame and not finding another family he could fit put him here, although John Henry Kuplinger and wife did have a son named Jacob born in 1799, so fairly certain this is him

 

More About JACOB KIPLINGER:

Burial: Kiplinger Cemetery, Wayne County, Indiana

 

More About THERESIA CLACKNER:

Burial: Kiplinger Cemetery, Wayne County, Indiana

     

Children of JACOB KIPLINGER and THERESIA CLACKNER are:

              i.   D.K.5 KIPLINGER, m. MARY E. WHITTEY, June 09, 1864, Wayne County, Indiana.

23.        ii.   ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. 1834; d. 1911, Wayne County, Indiana.

            iii.   NANCY KIPLINGER, b. August 26, 1836, Wayne County, Indiana; d. August 17, 1837, Wayne County, Indiana.

 

Notes for NANCY KIPLINGER:

Cemetery Name Unknown

 

Believe this cemetery was collected by Cambridge City, Indiana DAR chapter. The only location  given was 1/2 mile east of Creitz School, Jackson Township.  

 

Died at age   1y-10m-3d

 

More About NANCY KIPLINGER:

Burial: Kiplinger Cemetery, Wayne County, Indiana

 

            iv.   JOSEPH KIPLINGER, b. 1840; d. January 22, 1867, Cambridge City, Wayne County, Indiana; m. HESTER.

 

Notes for JOSEPH KIPLINGER:

Died at age 26

 

More About JOSEPH KIPLINGER:

Burial: Kiplinger Cemetery, Wayne County, Indiana

 

             v.   JACOB KIPLINGER, b. May 31, 1842; d. June 03, 1845.

 

More About JACOB KIPLINGER:

Burial: Kiplinger Cemetery, Wayne County, Indiana

 

            vi.   MARTIN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1844; m. SARAH WILLETTS, February 25, 1864, Wayne County, Indiana.

 

Notes for MARTIN KIPLINGER:

KIPLINGER, MARTIN

State:   IN

Year:  1860

County:  Wayne County

Record Type:    Federal Population Schedule

Township:   Washington Township

Page:   438

Database:   IN 1860 Federal Census Index

 

Marriage Notes for MARTIN KIPLINGER and SARAH WILLETTS:

Index to Marriage Record Wayne County 1860-1920 Volume III Letters R-Z Inclusive

 

24.      vii.   SARAH A. KIPLINGER, b. 1848; d. 1935.

 

 

14.  JOHN W.4 KIPLINGER (PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born Abt. 1785 in Montgomery, Virginia, and died Aft. 1833 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married MARY 'POLLY' HAYES November 16, 1807 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.  She died in Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for JOHN W. KIPLINGER:

 

 1830 KIPLINGER JOHN County IN

 151  No Township Listed

 Federal Population Schedule

 IN 1830 Federal Census

Index IN559120507

 

 1840  KIPLINGER JOHN SR.

 Rush County IN185  RUSHVILLE TWP

 Rushville Township Federal Population Schedule

 IN 1840  Federal Census

 Index INS4a1502707

 

1840 KIPLINGER JOHN  W. JR. Rush County   IN 185

RUSHVILLE TWP

  Federal Population Schedule

  IN 1840  Federal Census

  Index INS4a1502708

 

1830  KIPLINGER JOHN

 Rush  County  IN 301

 No Township Listed

 Federal  Population  Schedule

 IN 1830  Federal   Census

  Index  IN559120508

 

Land grant:

 Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH  ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)

 Acres: 80

Land Office: BROOKVILLE

ISSUE DATE March 10, 1825 FOR Rush County, Indiana

 

 

Marriage Notes for JOHN KIPLINGER and MARY HAYES:

 A John W. and George W. (for Washington?) Kiplinger were recorded in 1830 Rush County Census.

     

Children of JOHN KIPLINGER and MARY HAYES are:

              i.   GEORGE WASHINGTON5 KIPLINGER, b. August 08, 1808, Kentucky; d. 1890, Rush County, Indiana; m. MARY MAUK, August 01, 1830, Rush County, Indiana; b. 1805, Kentucky; d. 1890, Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON KIPLINGER:

1840 Rush County Census  UNION TWP

 

July 4, 1837 - INDENTURE: George W. Kiplinger of Rush County deeds to Greenberry Rush in consideration of the sum of $700.00, 110 acres of land, E-NW & Part of NE, sec.26, twp.15, range 10. (Deed Record, Book I, Rush County, Indiana, March 1838-April 1839, p.161)

 

 

 

 

 

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About MARY MAUK:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana?

 

Marriage Notes for GEORGE KIPLINGER and MARY MAUK:

Uncertain if they had any living children, couldn't find any in censuses

 

25.        ii.   JOHN W. KIPLINGER, b. November 30, 1812, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. February 12, 1884, Rush County, Indiana.

26.       iii.   AMERICA KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1815; d. Bef. 1840.

            iv.   CATHARINE KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1815; d. Bef. 1849, Rush County, Indiana; m. JACOB DAVID, January 14, 1836, Rush County, Indiana; b. February 20, 1800.

27.        v.   ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. 1816, Kentucky.

28.       vi.   ABSOLUM KIPLINGER, b. 1822.

 

 

15.  PHILIP4 KIPLINGER (PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born 1787, and died Bet. 1841 - 1849.  He married (1) ELIZABETH (BESTY) COIL January 19, 1812 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, daughter of JACOB COIL and ELIZABETH.  She was born Abt. 1785 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1813 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.  He married (2) ELIZABETH HALEY November 04, 1816 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.  She died Bef. 1822.

 

Notes for PHILIP KIPLINGER:

KIPLINGER,  Phillip

1840 Rush County Census

A land Grant was issued to Philip Kiplinger

 Patentee Name:

 PHILIP KIPLINGER

 Issue Date: October 20, 1834

Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH ENTRY (3 Stat. 566)

 Acres: 80

 Land Office: INDIANAPOLIS

For Rush County, Indiana

     

Child of PHILIP KIPLINGER and ELIZABETH COIL is:

29.         i.   ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER, b. January 24, 1813, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. March 14, 1842, Paris, Monroe County, Missouri.

 

 

16.  JACOB4 KIPLINGER (PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born March 07, 1801 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died January 12, 1877 in Harrison County, Indiana.  He married SUSANNAH "POLLY" SHAFER January 03, 1821 in Harrison County, Indiana. 

 

Notes for JACOB KIPLINGER:

1850 Harrison County Census lists a John (Kiplinger?) age 20 as a laborer, and a Mary A. (Kiplinger?) age 29 under their names.

Jacob owned 210 acres in the 45th District, Harrison County 1850 Census, his age is also 29.  If this is the case, he could not be the son of Phillip and Barbara if his date of birth was 1821.  But in marriage records it shows his marriage January 03, 1821 in Harrison County.  This Jacob my be a nephew to Philip and Barbara, however this Jacob was born In Bourbon County......

     

Child of JACOB KIPLINGER and SUSANNAH SHAFER is:

              i.   ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1825; m. JACOB BLAIR, September 11, 1846, Harrison County, Indiana.

 

 

17.  DANIEL4 KIPLINGER (JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born March 08, 1780 in Rockingham Valley, Virginia.  He married ELIZABETH PENCE November 05, 1803 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  She was born December 13, 1786 in Virginia, and died April 08, 1858 in German Township, Clark County,  Ohio.

 

More About ELIZABETH PENCE:

Burial: Mt Zion Cem, Upper Valley Pike, German Township, OH

     

Children of DANIEL KIPLINGER and ELIZABETH PENCE are:

30.         i.   PHILIP ANTHONY5 KIPLINGER, b. January 01, 1804, Page County, Virginia; d. April 08, 1867, Clark County, Ohio.

31.        ii.   JACOB M. KIPLINGER, b. July 25, 1813; d. November 10, 1896, Clark County, Ohio.

32.       iii.   DANIEL KIPLINGER, b. December 31, 1816, German Township, Clark Co., Ohio; d. August 02, 1870.

            iv.   ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. 1818; m. ALLEN LOUDENBACK.

 

 

18.  CATHERINE4 KIPLINGER (JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born November 07, 1781, and died October 15, 1842.  She married PETER BRUNER August 03, 1801 in Saint Thomas Parish, Orange Co., Virginia.  He was born July 1781 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 1816 in Clarke County, Ohio.

     

Children of CATHERINE KIPLINGER and PETER BRUNER are:

              i.   PETER5 BRUNER, b. Orange County, Virginia; d. December 13, 1860, Dark County, Ohio; m. BARBARA MARKER, 1828, Clarke County, Ohio.

33.        ii.   JOHN BRUNER, b. Abt. 1804, Orange County, Virginia; d. Clark County, Ohio.

34.       iii.   MARGARET BRUNER, b. Abt. 1806; d. Clark County, Ohio.

            iv.   ELIZABETH BRUNER, b. October 10, 1807, Orange County, Virginia; d. June 13, 1891.

             v.   EVA BRUNER, b. December 09, 1809, Orange County, Virginia; d. February 01, 1902, Clark County, Ohio; m. JOHN BAKER, December 16, 1830, Orange County, Virginia.

            vi.   ADAM KIPLINGER BRUNER, b. February 07, 1811, Orange County, Virginia; d. December 24, 1880, Clark County, Ohio.

           vii.   DANIEL BRUNER, b. Abt. 1815, Orange Co., Virginia.

 

 

19.  EVE4 KIPLINGER (JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born September 04, 1788 in Shenandoah Co., Virginia, and died June 29, 1853 in Clark County, Ohio.  She married PETER PENCE Abt. 1810.  He was born November 20, 1789 in Shenandoah County, Virginia, and died November 20, 1831 in Clarke County, Ohio.

     

Children of EVE KIPLINGER and PETER PENCE are:

              i.   DAVID5 PENCE, b. 1818.

             ii.   SAMUEL PENCE, b. May 23, 1823.

            iii.   PHILLIP PENCE, b. May 23, 1823.

            iv.   DELIAH JANE PENCE, b. Abt. 1830.

 

 

20.  JOHN ADAM4 KIPLINGER (JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 25, 1790 in Shenandoah Co., Virginia, and died January 11, 1852 in Warren County, Indiana.  He married MARGARET CATHERINE PEGGY BARNES June 24, 1814 in Champaign County, Ohio.  She was born 1792.

 

More About JOHN ADAM KIPLINGER:

Burial: Union Cemetery, Warren County, Indiana

     

Children of JOHN KIPLINGER and MARGARET BARNES are:

              i.   JACOB5 KIPLINGER, b. March 28, 1815, Ohio; m. FANNY LEGRO, Abt. 1850; b. Abt. 1825.

 

Notes for FANNY LEGRO:

From: "Standard History of Waupaca County, Wisconsin" Edited by John M. Ware

 1917.

 

CHARLES WILLIAM LeGRO a pioneer of Waupaca, Waupaca County. Wisconsin, was born in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County, New York, March 15, 1830.  He was of French extraction, of noble lineage, and the family coat of arms is still preserved. His father, James LeGro, was born in France and came to this country when a young man. He was married in Ogdensburg, New York, to Miss Ruth Havens, of Puritan descent. Three children were born of this union, Ebenezer, Fanny and Charles. Ebenezer was a captain in the Mexican War of 1848, and later was a commissioned officer of the Union army during the War of the Rebellion. He was placed in command of the U. S. fort at Buffalo, New York, and later of the fort at Dunkirk, New York, and then transferred to Fort Snelling, Minnesota, during the Indian outbreak in 1862. Fanny, who bore the family given name, married Jacob Kiplinger and lived many years in Ohio.  Charles William, the subject of this sketch, was educated in Oberlin, Ohio, where he lived  in the home of his uncle, Nelson Havens, his mother's brother. In 1851 he came west. and  located in Waupaca, and from that time forward he was an active figure in the affairs of this county. In 1852 he married Miss Theodora Thompson, who is one of the notable  women of the county, and has the distinction of having taught the first public school in the City of Waupaca. Mr. John M. Ware, editor of this publication, learned his letters from Mrs. LeGro, and many others have kindly recollections of her as a teacher.  Mr. LeGro was a member of the board who laid out the Town of Waupaca, and also served on the first board of administration for the location of the county seat of Waupaca  County.  By profession he was an architect and builder. He was one of the most reliable,  liberal and energetic of men, pursuing a business policy that won for him the esteem and  confluence of all those with whom he had business or social relations.  Fraternally he affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Waupaca Lodge  No. 208, and was also a member of the Sons of Temperance. Politically he became a  Republican upon the forming of that party and was prominent in the activities of his party in both town and county. He was an active and Episcopal Church, serving on the boards of trustees and stewards, and building committee.  He planned and built the first Methodist Episcopal Church Building in Waupaca. From Waupaca he responded to his country's call, enlisting in 1862, and was a member of Company G, Twenty-first Wisconsin Volunteers. He was a sergeant in the company  and made a record as a gallant soldier, winning the applause and commendation of his  superior officers. He was offered promotion, but on account of his breaking health the  army physician advised him to return to his family. He was honorably, discharged, returning home with the consciousness of having performed every duty faithfully and well.  His death occurred February 10, 1864, leaving his wife and three children, Hale, Fanny  and Elma.  Mrs. LeGro was born in Columbus, Warren County, Pennsylvania, September 13, 1834.  Her parents, Luman and Lauretta (Button) Thompson, were married at Dunkirk, New  York, December 5, 1833. Eight children were born to this union: Theodora was the   eldest; Elias Button, who enlisted in Company G, Twenty-first Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers, was wounded at Perryville, honorably discharged, and is now living in the   City of Washington, District. of Columbia; Daniel Horatio enlisted in Fifth Wisconsin and  served three years in the Army of the Potomac; and was mustered out at the close of the   war, at Washington, District of Columbia; Mary married Wincell Chady, who enlisted in  Company G, Twenty-first Regiment, was wounded in Perryville and taken to the hospital.   After his recovery he was retained as a helper in the hospital for three years until he was  mustered out of the service at the close of the war. Cynthia, wife of David Yarns, died  two years after her marriage; Sabra. Caroline is the wife of Emerson Calkins, who served  in the Fifteenth Army Corps until the close of the Civil war. Mr. and Mrs. Calkins are   living at their home in Iowa Falls, Iowa. Luman Eliphalet, the third son, is now living in  Springfield, Oregon, an active businessman. James Monroe, also a businessman, lives in Bellingham, Washington.

Their father, Luman Thompson, was born in Genesee County, New York, in 1812, and  their mother, Lauretta Button Thompson, who was a descendant of Button Gwinett, one  of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, was born at Pharsalia, Chenango  County, New York, in 1810. Luman Thompson was a direct descendant of the famous  Capt. Joseph Cook, a conspicuous figure in British seamanship. He was captain of the  fleet that discovered the Sandwich Islands. In 1834 Mr. Thompson removed to Warren County, Pennsylvania, later to Clymer Township in Chautauqua County, New York, and   in 1848 came to the State of Wisconsin. For a time the family lived in Ceresco, Green  Lake County, but in 1850 came to Waupaca County, locating on a farm in Waupaca Township.  Mr. Thompson acquired his land direct from the Government, paying $1.25 per acre. He  was a successful farmer and energetic citizen from pioneer days, and made his home on his farm until, a few years before his death, he removed to the City of Waupaca. He died  June 16, 1898, at the advanced age of eighty-six years. His. wife passed away  September 10, 1883. Luman Thompson was an active republican, and a pioneer member of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Waupaca, having helped to build the first as well as the present church of that denomination. With his team and wagon he drew the timber for  the foundation of the first edifice. Mrs. LeGro received her early education in Chautauqua  County, New York, where she attended the public schools and later the normal school.  After her parents removed to Ceresco, Wisconsin, under a private tutor, she studied mathematics, philosophy, astronomy and chemistry. She was one of the few women of  that community who acquired a knowledge of these sciences. She has always kept up a  keen interest in the progress of education. When the first public school was established in the City of Waupaca she was employed as the first teacher. This school was conducted in  the old Baxter Building. She taught these for two years before her marriage and later, after Mr. LeGro's death, she taught in the Town of Waupaca for fifteen years.  With the inspiration derived from her varied intellectual pursuits she has grown old  gracefully. In addition to keeping pace with current literary topics she made a systematic  study of the Chautauqua courses when they first became popular. Her children are  characterized by similar intellectual accomplishments, and she has reason to be proud    both of her own children and of her grandchildren as well.  Hale Otto, the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. LeGro, was educated in Waupaca High  School before graduating classes were organized. He became a molder by trade but, later  removed to a farm in Minnesota.. In 1880 he married Miss Barbara Knapp of  Minneapolis. He is the father of four girls and two boys. Theodora, the youngest daughter, named for her grandmother, is a professional nurse, at present occupying the position of  assistant supervising nurse in the operating room of the City Hospital of Minneapolis, a  high and responsible position.  Fanny Caroline, named for her aunt, Fanny, is the second child of Mr. and Mrs. LeGro.  She is a graduate of Lawrence College, Appleton, Wisconsin, and has successfully made  educational, social and civic problems her life work. She is an active member of the  Principal's Forum, the most progressive and forceful educational organization in the Northwest. She is also an active member of the College Woman's Club of Minneapolis,  Minnesota, the Social Service Club, the Welfare League, Juvenile Protective League and  other social and philanthropic organizations.  The third child, Elma, attended the Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois, where she studied music and art, in addition to the regular college course. She is now the wife of  William Edgar Lockerby of Orlando, Florida. They have one child, Avis, who is a  graduate of the University of Minnesota. In 1909 she married Prof. William Bonner  Richards, who is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and is now professor in the  Agricultural College of North Dakota. One child, a son, William LeGro Richards, was  born of this union. Mrs. LeGro still resides at Waupaca, at the old home that Mr. LeGro provided for her, a notable landmark in the community, beautifully situated on the banks of Mirror Lake.

 

 

35.        ii.   SARAH R. KIPLINGER, b. July 14, 1816, West Liberty, Crawford Co., Ohio; d. December 05, 1893, Attica, Fountain Co., Indiana.

            iii.   REBECCA KIPLINGER, b. November 14, 1817, West Liberty, Crawford Co., Ohio; d. 1841; m. HENRY NEAL, March 14, 1835.

            iv.   SILENCE ANN KIPLINGER, b. July 14, 1819, West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio; m. GEORGE M BOYD, June 29, 1835, Logan County, Ohio.

36.        v.   GEORGE LEMUEL KIPLINGER, b. December 07, 1820, West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio; d. September 17, 1866, Goshen, Elkhart County,  Indiana.

            vi.   ELIZABETH JANE KIPLINGER, b. December 02, 1822, West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio; m. UNKNOWN LANE.

37.      vii.   LUCINDA KIPLINGER, b. December 10, 1824, West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio.

38.     viii.   MARGARET CATHERINE KIPLINGER, b. April 22, 1827, West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio; d. December 31, 1900.

 

 

21.  JACOB4 KIBLINGER (JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born August 08, 1784, and died January 27, 1860 in Clarke County, Ohio.  He married MARY PENCE January 10, 1811 in Champaign County, Ohio.  She was born March 02, 1795 in Virginia, and died December 30, 1870 in German Township, Clarke County, Ohio.

 

More About JACOB KIBLINGER:

Burial: Mt. Zion Cemetery, German Township, Clarke County, Ohio

 

More About MARY PENCE:

Burial: Mt. Zion Cemetery, German Township, Clarke County, Ohio

     

Children of JACOB KIBLINGER and MARY PENCE are:

39.         i.   ELIZABETH5 KIBLINGER, b. January 26, 1812.

             ii.   MARGARET KIBLINGER, b. April 25, 1814.

40.       iii.   JOHN KIBLINGER, b. September 11, 1816, Champagne County, Ohio; d. August 17, 1894, Clark County, Ohio.

41.       iv.   ELIAS KIBLINGER, b. June 21, 1819, German Township, Clark County,  Ohio.

             v.   ANNA KIPLINGER, b. January 11, 1822.

            vi.   MARY ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. August 19, 1824.

           vii.   RICHARD KIPLINGER, b. November 26, 1826.

          viii.   JEMIMA KIPLINGER, b. January 18, 1829.

            ix.   LEMUEL KIBLINGER, b. July 22, 1832.

42.        x.   RUEBEN KIPLINGER, b. February 23, 1834, Jackson Tsp, Ashland, Oh; d. July 28, 1912, Nova, Ohio.

            xi.   HARVEY KIBLINGER, b. July 25, 1836.

 

 

22.  DANIEL4 KIPLINGER ((JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born 1797 in Shenandoah Co., Virginia, and died 1871 in Page County, Virginia.  He married ANNA KOONTZ January 31, 1825 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  She was born 1806.

     

Children of DANIEL KIPLINGER and ANNA KOONTZ are:

43.         i.   ISABELLA5 KIBLINGER, b. November 28, 1825; d. July 15, 1897, Page County, Virginia.

             ii.   JACOB KIBLINGER, b. 1826.

            iii.   WILLIAM JOHN KIBLINGER, b. June 16, 1832, Page County, Virginia; d. June 29, 1874.

 

More About WILLIAM JOHN KIBLINGER:

Burial: Kiblinger Family Graveyard, Ida

 

44.       iv.   FRANCIS MARION KIBLINGER, b. 1832; d. 1874.

45.        v.   JOSEPH DANIEL KIBLINGER, b. 1835, Page County, Virginia; d. 1873.

            vi.   HANNA ANN KIBLINGER, b. 1839; m. JOSEPH D. MARSHALL.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

23.  ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER (JACOB4, JOHN HENRY3 KUPLINGER, JOHANN JACOB2, PETER1) was born 1834, and died 1911 in Wayne County, Indiana.  She married JOHN W GWINN.  He was born 1815, and died 1911 in Wayne County, Indiana.

     

Child of ELIZABETH KIPLINGER and JOHN GWINN is:

              i.   ELIZABETH "MINNIE"6 GWINN, b. 1867, Wayne County, Indiana; d. 1891, Wayne County, Indiana; m. WEBSTER A RUMMEL.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH "MINNIE" GWINN:

Died during childbirth

 

 

24.  SARAH A.5 KIPLINGER (JACOB4, JOHN HENRY3 KUPLINGER, JOHANN JACOB2, PETER1) was born 1848, and died 1935.  She married ALPHEUS HUDDLESTON November 02, 1871 in Wayne County, Indiana, son of JOHN HUDDLESTON and SUSANNA MOYER.  He was born 1851 in Dublin, Wayne County, Indiana.

 

Notes for SARAH A. KIPLINGER:

Unsure if Sarah fits into this family, but they were the only Kiplingers in the area at this time that I have found.

 

More About SARAH A. KIPLINGER:

Burial: South Lawn Cemetery, Wayne County, Indiana

     

Children of SARAH KIPLINGER and ALPHEUS HUDDLESTON are:

              i.   MRTYLE6 HUDDLESTON, b. 1879, Dublin, Wayne County, Indiana.

             ii.   OMER HUDDLESTON, b. 1877, Dublin, Wayne County, Indiana.

 

 

25.  JOHN W.5 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born November 30, 1812 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died February 12, 1884 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married HARRIET DILL January 24, 1833, daughter of WILLIAM DILL and MARY HEATON.  She was born August 25, 1815 in Xenia, Greene, Ohio, and died May 12, 1895 in Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for JOHN W. KIPLINGER:

February 21, 1832 - INDENTURE: Greenberry Rush and Elizabeth his wife of Rush County deed to John Kiplinger for consideration of the sum of $600.00, the 160 acres east 1/2 of NW 1/4, sec.33, twp.15, range 10. Witnessed by John Thrasher and William Auber. (Deed Record, Book D, Rush County, Indiana, August 1831-November 1832, p.413)

 

1830 Census

 Kiplinger, John   IN   RUSH  CO.  301  1830

                                                          

 Also                                                              

 Kiplinger,  Washington   IN  RUSH   CO.  301 1830

 

More About JOHN W. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About HARRIET DILL:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Children of JOHN KIPLINGER and HARRIET DILL are:

              i.   JAMES W.6 KIPLINGER, b. Rush County, Indiana; m. (1) MARIA MONROE, May 31, 1903, Henry County, Indiana; m. (2) TILLIA SMITH, October 24, 1916, Delaware County, Indiana.

             ii.   WILLIAM H. KIPLINGER, b. Rush County, Indiana.

            iii.   JOHN J. KIPLINGER, b. December 1834, Rush County, Indiana; d. February 26, 1870, Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for JOHN J. KIPLINGER:

Database: American Civil War Soldiers

           Combined Matches: 1

John Kiplinger

 Indiana

Enlisted in Civil War on 06 December 1861

Private in the Union Army

Company A

48 Indiana  Infantry.

 

More About JOHN J. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

            iv.   MARY ANN (E?) KIPLINGER, b. October 1841, Rush County, Indiana; m. (1) MARCUS WILHELM, December 17, 1871, Rush County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1877; m. (2) ISAAC NEWTON HAMMER, 1877, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; b. May 19, 1826, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. August 1901, Henry County, Indiana.

 

Notes for MARY ANN (E?) KIPLINGER:

I also show a Mary E. Kiplinger in Marriage Records that married Marcus Wilhelm in 1871, also a Mary A. Kiplinger that married Isaac Newton Hammer in Rush County in 1877, so Marcus may have died.  Mary was born in 1841, and there may have been two, one may have belonged to George Washington Kiplinger and wife Mary Mauk, or to his other brother Absolom Kiplinger who married Rachel Jackson.  I have as yet to find any info on either of these families, but all are buried in East Hill Cemetery in Rush County, so they did remain in the area.

 

Notes for ISAAC NEWTON HAMMER:

Unsure if this is the right marriage, but the only Mary Kiplinger in the Rush County area at this time.

 

More About ISAAC NEWTON HAMMER:

Burial: Jackson Twp., Hancock County, Indiana

 

46.        v.   GEORGE THOMAS KIPLINGER, b. October 09, 1843, Rushville Township, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1902, Rush County, Indiana.

            vi.   ISAAC E. KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1845, Rush County, Indiana; d. October 05, 1916, Henry County, Indiana ?.

 

More About ISAAC E. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana?

 

           vii.   DAVID F. KIPLINGER, b. 1848, Rush County, Indiana; d. October 03, 1869, Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for DAVID F. KIPLINGER:

Died at age 21

 

More About DAVID F. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

          viii.   POLLY A. KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1850, Rush County, Indiana; m. LINDLEY MACY, April 21, 1870, Rush County, Indiana; b. July 31, 1847, Ohio.

 

Notes for LINDLEY MACY:

Found in the  Kansas, Oklahoma, 1900  Census, no further information.

Also show in 1870 Census in Cono Township, Iowa County, Iowa

 

47.       ix.   AMANDA JANE KIPLINGER, b. April 04, 1850, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1894, Rush County, Indiana.

48.        x.   BENJAMIN F. KIPLINGER, b. September 20, 1854, Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana.

49.       xi.   DANIEL F. KIPLINGER, b. September 20, 1854, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1928, Rush County, Indiana.

50.      xii.   JESSE C. KIPLINGER, b. 1858, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1901, Rush County, Indiana.

 

 

26.  AMERICA5 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born Abt. 1815, and died Bef. 1840.  She married ABNER PARSON November 05, 1835 in Rush County, Indiana, son of VINCENT PARSON and MIRIAM.  He died Bef. 1850.

 

More About AMERICA KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana?

 

Notes for ABNER PARSON:

Shown in the 1840 Census:

Abner Parson

Rush County    IN

page      220

Centre  Township

Federal  Population Schedule

 IN 1840

 Federal Census  Index    INS4a1999369

 

Marriage Notes for AMERICA KIPLINGER and ABNER PARSON:

1840 census shows 1 son under age 5, another female in household between 15-20

1840 U.S. Census - Indiana

Rush County,  Centre Township

he does not show in 1850 census

     

Child of AMERICA KIPLINGER and ABNER PARSON is:

              i.   MALE6 PARSON, b. Abt. 1836.

 

 

27.  ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born 1816 in Kentucky.  She married JAMES MCMANIS January 03, 1833 in Rush County, Indiana, son of LAMBERT MCMANIS and MARTHA JAMES.  He was born 1803 in Ohio.

 

Notes for JAMES MCMANIS:

MCMANIS JAMES Rush County, page 817 Union Township

1860 Census

 

1850 Rush County Indiana SPELLING IS McMANNIS

1850 Census Roll 170, Page 516

Union Township, Rush County, Indiana

listed as a farmer owning 1000 acres

     

Children of ELIZABETH KIPLINGER and JAMES MCMANIS are:

              i.   POLLY6 MCMANIS, b. 1836.

             ii.   GEORGE WASHINGTON MCMANIS.

 

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON MCMANIS:

Died age 2 yrs and 1month

 

            iii.   EUCEBA MCMANIS, b. 1848.

            iv.   DONAPHELIPA MCMANIS, b. 1841.

             v.   AMERICA MCMANIS, b. 1842.

            vi.   JAMES COLUMBUS MCMANIS, b. 1843.

           vii.   JASPER NEWTON MCMANIS, b. 1844.

          viii.   WARREN SABERN MCMANIS.

            ix.   DELPHILL MCMANIS.

 

Notes for DELPHILL MCMANIS:

Died age 1

 

             x.   DEMINICUS MILTON MCMANIS.

 

 

28.  ABSOLUM5 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born 1822.  He married RACHEL JACKSON May 25, 1841 in Rush County, Indiana.  She was born 1823 in Kentucky.

 

Notes for ABSOLUM KIPLINGER:

 KIPLINGER ABSOLUM

 Morgan  County IN  Page 166

Adams Township  IN

1850 Federal  Census Index

Absolum appears in no census thereafter

Also says he was born in Ohio, but the marriage was in Rush County, with the Kiplingers listed there of John and Mary 'Polly' Hayes Kiplinger

     

Children of ABSOLUM KIPLINGER and RACHEL JACKSON are:

              i.   SARAH6 KIPLINGER, b. 1841, Indiana.

             ii.   SIMONSON KIPLINGER, b. 1845, Indiana.

            iii.   ANN KIPLINGER, b. 1847, Indiana.

            iv.   MARY KIPLINGER, b. 1849, Indiana.

 

 

29.  ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER (PHILIP4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born January 24, 1813 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died March 14, 1842 in Paris, Monroe County, Missouri.  She married WESLEY HILL July 23, 1829 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, son of ABRAHAM HILL and ELIZABETH HOUSTON.  He was born Abt. 1806 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died August 24, 1852 in Mile Desert, Nevada.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH KIPLINGER:

JACOB COIL-Will Book H, page 86-Wife, Elizabeth; seven children, Soloman, Polly Noah, John, George, Elijah and Margaret; grand-daughter, Elizabeth Kiplinger (minor); Philip Kiplinger, her father; daughter Polly Allen. Executors: Soloman, John, Elijah Coil and Adniram (Abraham) Allen. Written November 17, 1827. Proved July, 1828. Witnesses-Robt. Scrogin, Joseph and John Cantrill.

Will of Jacob Coil Jr., son of Jacob Coil Sr.

 

In the name of God Amen, I Jacob Coil of the County of Bourbon and State of Kentucky, being sensible of the uncertainty of human life, do make and constitute and ordain this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all others heretofore by me made.

 

I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Elizabeth, during her natural life, mansion house and fifty acres of farmable land, adjoining together with timber for rails and firewood, from any part of my woodland, but so as to commit unnecessary waste of timber my Executors herein shall be their duty to allot a sufficient quantity and of a good quality and as convenient as possible to said mansion house. I also give to my beloved wife aforesaid one Negro man Dick (alias George) and two women Lucy and Abby during her natural life. Also one third part of my personal estate, either at the appraisement, or one-third part of the money for which the property to be sold at her option.

 

I give and bequeath to my seven children to wit: Solomon Coil, Polly Coil, Noah Coil, John Coil, George Coil, Elizabeth Coil, Margaret Coil equal parts of my land to be divided between them by commissions to be appointed by the county court of Bourbon, immediately after my decease, and to each of my seven children aforesaid, one equal part of all my estate to each one except what is herein after executed.

 

I give and bequeath to my granddaughter, Elizabeth Kiplinger fifty acres of land, to be allotted to her, by the commissions, to be appointed to divide any other lands among my children. Also, one Negro girl, Malinda, one feather bed and furniture, one whip mare, two years old, one black spotted cow and red heifer, two steers, one red with white face, the other red and black, know to my Executors hereafter appointed to her and the heirs of her body forever but in the case she should die childless, it is to be specifically understood that the whole of the property, real and personal revert to my seven children before named in equal portions, and it is my wish that my Executors

hereinafter named shall be guardians to the said Elizabeth Kiplinger, until she shall arrive at the age of twenty-one years, or shall marry that they enter unto bond in the Bourbon County Court and be governed in all respects by the laws now in force as guardian. My express object is to prevent Philip Kiplinger (her father) from ever having control or management of the properties that I have given to said Elizabeth Kiplinger. My will is, that in dividing my land among my seven children, wife and granddaughter, that the commissioners allot to Solomon, his proportion to include the farm he now occupies, adjoining Robert Scrogin.

 

To Polly Allen, I have made a deed for fifty acres, which is to be considered in so much laid off to her, and the balance that may fall to her, above the fifty acres, already deeded to her, is to be laid off adjoining the same fifty acres and my will is that my son John have his portion to include the farm he now resides on adjoining Ben Talbott's land and it is my wish that my horse will be used in common by my wife and children as long as it can stand, or be fit for use, each paying an equal part of the regular repair to said sorrel.

 

My will further is that in laying off the fifty acres of land to my wife the commissioners include one third part of my orchard in the said lot, and to be governed by my wife as to where she will choose the balance from any part of my farm.

 

My will further is that my daughter, Margaret have my Negro girl Sally as a part of her portion of my slaves.

 

My will is that my Negro man Mase be given to my son Solomon, and my Negro Washington to my son John.

 

My Negro boy Peter, I will to my son Noah.

 

My Negro boy Joseph I will to my son George.

 

My Negro girl Anna I will to my daughter Polly Allen.

 

To my son Elijah, I give my boy Martin and a girl Emily.

 

Another slave remains to be sold, named America, but my wish is that she should be bought by some of the legatees.

 

I further give to my daughter Margaret, one bed of furniture, one sorrel mare, two years old, a colt of the Farmers Glory in addition to her equal part for this reason: all my other children received a good horse from me.

 

I also give in addition to Margaret and Elizabeth Kiplinger, a sidesaddle; each to be furnished them by my executors, out of my estate.

 

My will further is that whereas, I have made in advance to my son George of four hundred dollars, which sum he is to account for to my executors as so much received

from my estate.

 

And whereas I sold my son Noah my stud horse, he is still in my debt one hundred dollars, and my executors are not to attempt to collect the same but to consider the

said stud horse fully paid for.

 

Finally, I appoint Solomon Coil, John Coil, Elijah Coil, and Adniram Allen joint executors to this my last will and testament.

 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this seventeenth day of November 1827

 

Jacob Coil

 

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH KIPLINGER and WESLEY HILL:

Marriage information from "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865" by Clift, as reported in the Kentucky Reporter 8-5. Reprinted from: Register of "The Kentucky Historical Society". Marriage Bond was 7-7-1829 Bourbon Co., KY from "Marriage Bonds 1786-1895" by Michael L. Cook, 1980.

     

Children of ELIZABETH KIPLINGER and WESLEY HILL are:

51.         i.   MARY ELIZABETH6 HILL, b. May 10, 1830, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. May 18, 1917, Monroe County, Missouri.

             ii.   NANCY JANE HILL, b. 1832, Missouri.

            iii.   JOHN WILLIAM HILL, b. January 24, 1833, Missouri.

52.       iv.   ANGELINE MILDRED HILL, b. October 1834; d. 1904.

 

 

30.  PHILIP ANTHONY5 KIPLINGER (DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born January 01, 1804 in Page County, Virginia, and died April 08, 1867 in Clark County, Ohio.  He married MAHALA SHOCKEY June 1828.  She was born October 29, 1806.

     

Children of PHILIP KIPLINGER and MAHALA SHOCKEY are:

53.         i.   WILLIAM S.6 KIPLINGER, b. May 20, 1829, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

54.        ii.   DANIEL E. KIPLINGER, b. June 21, 1830, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio; d. September 01, 1906.

            iii.   JAMES KIPLINGER, b. March 23, 1832, Ohio.

            iv.   ELIZA JANE KIPLINGER, b. September 14, 1833.

             v.   JOHN WESLEY KIPLINGER, b. 1835; d. Infancy.

            vi.   ELIZABETH ANN KIPLINGER, b. February 29, 1836, Clark County, Ohio.

           vii.   HANNAH JANE KIPLINGER, b. February 29, 1836; m. HENRY E. MOLES, 1859.

55.     viii.   ISAAC EMERY KIPLINGER, b. December 15, 1837, Clark County, Ohio; d. March 31, 1860, Clark County, Ohio.

            ix.   WESLEY HARRISON KIPLINGER, b. 1841, Died Infant.

56.        x.   JOSEPH CONRAY KIPLINGER, b. February 11, 1841, Clark County, Ohio; d. January 22, 1901.

            xi.   PHILIP ANTHONY KIPLINGER, b. February 11, 1841; m. EVA UNKNOWN; b. 1852.

57.      xii.   ABRAHAM PHILANDER KIPLINGER, b. December 22, 1843, Champaign County, Ohio.

58.     xiii.   LUSETTA CAROLINE KIPLINGER, b. September 09, 1844; d. January 09, 1906, Findley, Hancock County, Ohio.

59.      xiv.   BERZELIUS FRANKLIN KIPLINGER, b. November 30, 1848, Clark County, Ohio; d. May 02, 1904.

 

 

31.  JACOB M.5 KIPLINGER (DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born July 25, 1813, and died November 10, 1896 in Clark County, Ohio.  He married ELIZABETH PENCE September 21, 1837.  She was born December 13, 1786 in Virginia, and died April 08, 1858 in German Township, Clark County,  Ohio.

 

More About ELIZABETH PENCE:

Burial: Mt Zion Cem, Upper Valley Pike, German Township, OH

     

Children of JACOB KIPLINGER and ELIZABETH PENCE are:

              i.   DANIEL A.6 KIPLINGER, b. September 25, 1838.

             ii.   WILLIAM KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1840.

            iii.   ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. September 04, 1849.

            iv.   ANNA KIPLINGER.

             v.   CLARA KIPLINGER.

 

 

32.  DANIEL5 KIPLINGER (DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 31, 1816 in German Township, Clark Co., Ohio, and died August 02, 1870.  He married (1) MELINDA NIGHSWANDER.  She was born February 22, 1870.  He married (2) LUCINDA KITE May 1838 in Champaign County, Ohio.  She was born January 02, 1819.

     

Children of DANIEL KIPLINGER and LUCINDA KITE are:

              i.   ELIZABETH6 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1840, Ohio.

             ii.   SARAH KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1842, Ohio.

60.       iii.   BENJAMIN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1843, Belle Center, Logan Co., Ohio; d. 1918.

            iv.   JOHN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1846, Ohio.

             v.   MELINDA KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1847, Ohio.

 

 

33.  JOHN5 BRUNER (CATHERINE4 KIPLINGER, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born Abt. 1804 in Orange County, Virginia, and died in Clark County, Ohio.  He married CATHERINE BAKE 1827 in Clarke County, Ohio. 

     

Children of JOHN BRUNER and CATHERINE BAKE are:

              i.   JACOB6 BRUNER, b. Abt. 1831.

             ii.   DANIEL BRUNER, b. Abt. 1833.

            iii.   ADAM BRUNER, b. Abt. 1838.

            iv.   LEWIS BRUNER, b. Abt. 1839.

             v.   JOHN BRUNER, b. Abt. 1842.

            vi.   ELIAS BRUNER, b. Abt. 1845.

 

 

34.  MARGARET5 BRUNER (CATHERINE4 KIPLINGER, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born Abt. 1806, and died in Clark County, Ohio.  She married WILLIAM MORRIS August 17, 1826 in Clarke County, Ohio. 

     

Children of MARGARET BRUNER and WILLIAM MORRIS are:

              i.   THOMAS6 MORRIS.

             ii.   DANIEL MORRIS.

            iii.   MARGARET MORRIS.

            iv.   JANE MORRIS.

             v.   ELIZA MORRIS.

            vi.   WILLIAM MORRIS.

 

 

35.  SARAH R.5 KIPLINGER (JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born July 14, 1816 in West Liberty, Crawford Co., Ohio, and died December 05, 1893 in Attica, Fountain Co., Indiana.  She married GEORGE LITTLE July 21, 1849.  He was born in Ohio.

 

More About SARAH R. KIPLINGER:

Burial: Mounds Cemetery, Pine Village, Indiana

     

Child of SARAH KIPLINGER and GEORGE LITTLE is:

61.         i.   NEWTON LEMON6 LITTLE, b. January 18, 1854; d. February 08, 1906.

 

 

36.  GEORGE LEMUEL5 KIPLINGER (JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 07, 1820 in West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio, and died September 17, 1866 in Goshen, Elkhart County,  Indiana.  He married SARAH SNOW July 28, 1845 in Elkhart County, Indiana.  She was born 1828.

 

More About GEORGE LEMUEL KIPLINGER:

Burial: Gracelawn Cemetery, Elkhart, IN

     

Children of GEORGE KIPLINGER and SARAH SNOW are:

              i.   NANCY6 KIPLINGER, b. 1848.

             ii.   LOUISA MAY KIPLINGER, b. 1849; d. 1908.

            iii.   MARY KIPLINGER, b. 1850; m. CHARLES CLARK, Elkhart County, Indiana.

62.       iv.   HARLOW ADAM KIPLINGER, b. July 12, 1852, Pine Village, Warren County, Indiana; d. January 17, 1901, Francisville, Indiana.

             v.   FRANCES KIPLINGER, b. 1854; m. GEORGE CRANE.

            vi.   GEORGE WILLIAM KIPLINGER, b. 1859; d. April 16, 1937.

 

 

37.  LUCINDA5 KIPLINGER (JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 10, 1824 in West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio.  She married SQUIRE HAMILTON June 06, 1845 in Allen County, Indiana. 

     

Children of LUCINDA KIPLINGER and SQUIRE HAMILTON are:

              i.   WARD6 HAMILTON.

             ii.   GLENN HAMILTON.

 

 

38.  MARGARET CATHERINE5 KIPLINGER (JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born April 22, 1827 in West Liberty, Crawford County, Ohio, and died December 31, 1900.  She married GEORGE SMITH GWIN February 23, 1851 in Pine Village, Warren County,  Indiana.  He was born April 22, 1827 in Ohio.

     

Children of MARGARET KIPLINGER and GEORGE GWIN are:

              i.   ANNE6 GWIN.

             ii.   SARAH MARGARET GWIN.

 

 

39.  ELIZABETH5 KIBLINGER (JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born January 26, 1812.  She married HENRY BECHTEL August 19, 1830 in Clarke County, Ohio.  He was born Abt. 1800.

     

Children of ELIZABETH KIBLINGER and HENRY BECHTEL are:

63.         i.   JOHN6 BECHTEL, b. Clark County, Ohio; d. February 26, 1916, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas.

             ii.   MARY BECHTEL, b. Abt. 1832.

            iii.   ELIZABETH JANE BECHTEL, b. Abt. 1834; m. JAMES MCELWAIN, 1853.

 

 

40.  JOHN5 KIBLINGER (JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born September 11, 1816 in Champagne County, Ohio, and died August 17, 1894 in Clark County, Ohio.  He married (1) MARY JANE PENCE February 23, 1837 in Champaign County, Ohio.  She was born June 03, 1822.  He married (2) ELIZABETH GRUBE February 23, 1848 in Clarke County, Ohio.  She was born January 25, 1823.

     

Children of JOHN KIBLINGER and MARY PENCE are:

              i.   PHEOBE6 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1838; d. Abt. 1838.

             ii.   EVE ANN KIPLINGER, b. March 22, 1839, Clark County, Ohio; m. WILSON WIRIAK.

            iii.   MARY CATHERINE KIPLINGER, b. July 11, 1841; m. JACOB HARLZOG.

            iv.   JACOB HENRY KIPLINGER, b. March 03, 1842, Clark County, Ohio.

 

More About JACOB HENRY KIPLINGER:

Burial: Nettle Creek Cemetery

 

             v.   CORNEILIUS KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1844, Clark County, Ohio.

            vi.   ZACHARY KIPLINGER, b. March 07, 1847, Clark County, Ohio; d. April 05, 1847, Clark County, Ohio.

 

     

Children of JOHN KIBLINGER and ELIZABETH GRUBE are:

           vii.   LUCINDA6 KIPLINGER, b. February 1850; d. March 07, 1923, Clark County, Ohio.

64.     viii.   SYLVANUS M. KIBLINGER, b. November 24, 1851, Clark County, Ohio; d. December 03, 1928, Clark County, Ohio.

            ix.   JOANNA KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1856; d. January 01, 1937; m. (1) CHARLES MYERS; m. (2) ELMO BERRY.

 

 

41.  ELIAS5 KIBLINGER (JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 21, 1819 in German Township, Clark County,  Ohio.  He married SARAH SWEARINGEN April 19, 1840.  She was born 1823.

     

Children of ELIAS KIBLINGER and SARAH SWEARINGEN are:

              i.   MAHALA6 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1841, Ohio.

             ii.   AARON KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1843, Ohio.

            iii.   REUBEN KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1844, Ohio.

            iv.   SAREPTA KIBLINGER, b. 1849, Ohio.

             v.   LUCY ANN KIPLINGER, b. 1850, Ohio.

            vi.   GEORGE WASHINGTON KIPLINGER, b. 1854, Ohio; d. 1942; m. SALLY HILLERT; b. 1858.

 

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON KIPLINGER:

Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery, Anderson County, Kansas

 

           vii.   EUPHEMIA KIBLINGER, b. Abt. 1857, Ohio.

 

 

42.  RUEBEN5 KIPLINGER (JACOB4 KIBLINGER, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born February 23, 1834 in Jackson Tsp, Ashland, Oh, and died July 28, 1912 in Nova, Ohio.  He married SALLY OR SARAH SMALLEY September 16, 1858 in Redhaw, Ohio. 

     

Children of RUEBEN KIPLINGER and SALLY SMALLEY are:

65.         i.   EUGENE6 KIPLINGER.

             ii.   EARL KIPLINGER.

            iii.   OREN KIPLINGER.

            iv.   ELVA MAY KIPLINGER, b. 1859; m. EDWARD MCCONNEL.

             v.   CLARA BELLE KIBLINGER, b. March 11, 1871, Nova, Ohio; d. October 03, 1951, Washington, DC; m. ARTHUR PROCTOR BLACK.

 

 

43.  ISABELLA5 KIBLINGER (DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, (JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born November 28, 1825, and died July 15, 1897 in Page County, Virginia.  She married NOAH GROVE May 25, 1843 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. 

     

Children of ISABELLA KIBLINGER and NOAH GROVE are:

              i.   MARY ANN6 GROVE, b. April 26, 1847.

             ii.   SARAH FRANCES GROVE, b. November 06, 1848.

 

 

44.  FRANCIS MARION5 KIBLINGER (DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, (JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born 1832, and died 1874.  He married (1) ANGELINA KITE July 20, 1854 in Page County, Virginia.  She was born May 09, 1832.  He married (2) REBECCA SUSAN GROVE June 28, 1868 in Page County, Virginia.    He married (3) SARAH ELIZABETH WOLFERSBURGER November 01, 1869 in Page County, Virginia. 

 

Notes for FRANCIS MARION KIBLINGER:

Will: 11 JUL 1873 Recorded 27 Jul 1874

  Occupation: 1872 Farming

  Occupation: 1865 Farming

  Event: Will Witness W. T. Young and J. W. Watson

     

Children of FRANCIS KIBLINGER and ANGELINA KITE are:

66.         i.   WILLIAM ELDON6 KIBLINGER, b. 1856, Page County, Virginia; d. 1938.

             ii.   JOHN DANIEL KIBLINGER, b. 1860; m. MARY ALICE HOAK, December 25, 1884, Page County, Virginia.

 

 

45.  JOSEPH DANIEL5 KIBLINGER (DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, (JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born 1835 in Page County, Virginia, and died 1873.  He married ANNIE LAUDERBACH August 06, 1857 in Page County, Virginia.  She was born December 16, 1839.

     

Children of JOSEPH KIBLINGER and ANNIE LAUDERBACH are:

              i.   LULU6 KIBLINGER, m. D.L . MAUCK, November 17, 1885, Page County, Virginia.

             ii.   CHARLES R. KIBLINGER, b. June 11, 1858, Page County, Virginia; d. January 16, 1862, Page County, Virginia.

            iii.   MARY A. KIBLINGER, b. July 31, 1860, Page County, Virginia; d. April 21, 1861, Page County, Virginia.

67.       iv.   EDWARD LEE KIBLINGER, b. January 24, 1862, Page County, Virginia; d. August 09, 1950, Page County, Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

46.  GEORGE THOMAS6 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born October 09, 1843 in Rushville Township, Rush County, Indiana, and died 1902 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married (1) LUCY J. BILLINGS, daughter of ELIJAH BILLINGS and ELIZABETH GRUWELL.  She was born 1853 in Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana, and died 1947 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married (2) LAURA LANGLE April 15, 1876 in Scottland, Missouri.    He married (3) LUCY A. DOUGHERTY September 05, 1887 in Rush County, Indiana.  She was born 1853, and died 1947 in Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for GEORGE THOMAS KIPLINGER:

In 1869, George went to Clarke County, Missouri,  where he resided until February 23, 1883, when he returned to Rush County and settled near Oxident in Jackson Township. He had eleven children.

Occupation:  Farmer

Political:  Republican

 

More About GEORGE THOMAS KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About LUCY J. BILLINGS:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

Notes for LUCY A. DOUGHERTY:

During her last years, Lucy made her home with her daughter Grace Harcourt and family near Milroy, Indiana.

 

More About LUCY A. DOUGHERTY:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Children of GEORGE KIPLINGER and LUCY BILLINGS are:

              i.   GEORGIA7 KIPLINGER, b. 1875; d. 1945, Rush County, Indiana; m. MILLER ISSAC WHITTON; b. April 30, 1872, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1932, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.

 

More About GEORGIA KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

Notes for MILLER ISSAC WHITTON:

RUSH COUNTY NEWSPAPER:

 

MILLER WHITTON FOUND SHOT IN GARAGE AT NOON

Farmer Living East of Rushville on St. Rd. 44 Has Been Dead

Short Time When Found

 

Apparently a suicide victim, the body of Miller Whitton, age 59,

was found in the garage at his home just  east of this city on

State Road 44 about noon on Monday.  Death was caused by

one charge from a double-barreled shotgun and was instantaneous,

 according to Dr. Lowell M. Green, County Coroner, who was

called to investigate.

 

It was said no note was found on the body, and no motive was

advanced for Mr. Whitton taking his own life.  The shotgun charge

had entered the left breast.  The body was found about 12'o-clock by

a young boy, and Coroner Green stated that the man had been dead

a half-hour when the body was discovered.

 

Mr. Whitton was born in Rush County April 30th, 1872, the son of

Robert K. and Nancy J. Whitton, and had always been a resident of

Rush County.  He formerly resided on a farm north of this city but had

lived east of Rushville for the last several years.

 

He is survived by his wife Georgia, and three sisters, Mrs. Nannie Alsop,

Mrs. Sarah Borders and Mrs. Josie Sharp, all of this city.

 

Funeral arrangements have not been completed.

 

(Mr. Whitton was found by his nephew, Gerald Miller Whitton.)

 

More About MILLER ISSAC WHITTON:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

             ii.   LAURA BELLE KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1870, Rush County, Indiana; d. July 1935, Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas; m. ELLERY VANE PARISH, December 12, 1891, Missouri; b. January 26, 1858, Iowa; d. December 04, 1926, Wayne County, Iowa.

 

More About ELLERY VANE PARISH:

Burial: Promise City Cemetery, Promise City, Iowa

 

68.       iii.   HARRIET ELIZABETH KIPLINGER, b. November 22, 1871, Granger, Clark County, Missouri; d. October 11, 1950, Lewisville, Franklin Township, Henry County, Indiana.

            iv.   JOHN KIPLINGER, b. December 26, 1874.

69.        v.   HENRY J. KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1880.

            vi.   LENA KIPLINGER, b. January 02, 1887, Rush County, Indiana; d. October 1962, Missouri; m. GEORGE KOLICH, Missouri; b. Abt. 1880, Missouri.

 

Notes for LENA KIPLINGER:

May have been married to Steve instead:  however did find info that left Lena as Georges widow.

 

     

Children of GEORGE KIPLINGER and LUCY DOUGHERTY are:

70.      vii.   GRACE7 KIPLINGER, b. January 15, 1894, Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana; d. July 01, 1972, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.

          viii.   GOLDIE KIPLINGER.

 

Notes for GOLDIE KIPLINGER:

Died at an early age

 

 

47.  AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born April 04, 1850 in Rush County, Indiana, and died 1894 in Rush County, Indiana.  She married JOHN MARION CAVITT January 24, 1871 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, son of WILLIAM CAVITT and JUDICIA MISOR.  He was born November 30, 1839 in Rush County, Indiana, and died July 01, 1916 in Galata, Toole County, Montana.

 

Notes for AMANDA JANE KIPLINGER:

Became ill in January of 1894

 

More About AMANDA JANE KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

Notes for JOHN MARION CAVITT:

Military Service: Civil War Veteran June 1861-June 1862

ID: I00034

  Name: William C. CAVITT

  Sex: M

  Birth: 1812 in Pennsylvania

  Death: 1877 in Sylvan California

  Burial: Sacramento, California, Sylvan Cemetery

 

They had seven children while living in Indiana. They moved to Iowa in 1845 and bought 40 acres for $300 in VanBuren County. Three more children were born in Iowa, including William Cass Cavitt.

 

In the spring of 1864 the family left Iowa in route to the gold fields in the west. They settled in Lade County, California until Judicia's death (Johns mother)  in 1867.  Family tradition states that William and son William Cass returned to Iowa via the first trans-continental railroad and were witnesses to the driving of the golden spike in Promontory Point, Utah.  Other family members remained in California.

 

Hannah Cavitt Ross was John Marion's sister.  Therefore, her daughter, Montana Viola Ross was his niece.  She was the first white child born in Last Chance Gulch, Montana.

 

John Marion migrated to Iowa, Van Buren County 1845

In civil war 1861-62.  Migrated to Lake County, California 1864

Joined the 10th Missouri Regiment as a corporal on June 25, 1861 (web page on the 10th Missouri Regiment...http://home.kscable.com/missouri10th/)

Fought in the battle of Pittsburgh Landing and Corinth, Mississippi, and was discharged at Corinth, Mississippi

on account of rheumatism

Worked as teamsters making trips to Omaha, Milk River, and Ft. Benton

1868 started down Missouri River on flatboat to Omaha and then to Iowa and farming.

Around 1870 to California

Indiana married Amanda Jane Jan. 1871

Back to Iowa.

Back to Indiana, working for father in law on farm north of Rushville

Moved to Kennings farm, which they rented.

1881 moved to Pierce City, Mo. only 6 months then to Sedgwick Kansas and farmed

Back to Indiana until 1897

Bought the farm on Cavitt Hill and lived there until Amanda died.

Went to Texas by wagon with daughter Marcia

When got across Missouri finished the trip by train to vote.

187? went to CA lived two years

Back to Indiana by way of Victoria, Canada

1902 went to CA two years

Then to Galata, Montana homestead at Grandview.  stayed 4 years

Back to Indiana, then back to Montana on Thurs. April 7

(footnotes from Lynette Snell)

 

 

 

More About JOHN MARION CAVITT:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Children of AMANDA KIPLINGER and JOHN CAVITT are:

              i.   MARCIA HARRIET7 CAVITT, b. November 19, 1871, Van Buren County, Iowa; d. March 10, 1910, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; m. JOHN O'NEIL, April 1895; d. Abt. 1910, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for MARCIA HARRIET CAVITT:

Died of Brights Disease

1892 went with father to Texas by wagon

Stayed in Kansas, and then to California to visit brothers and sisters

Returned to Indiana during time of World Fair in Chicago.

 

 

Notes for JOHN O'NEIL:

Unsure if this is the correct spelling of his last name - may have been O'Nor

Farmed a rental then bought a farm four miles north of Rushville

Built a house in town 900 Block on N. Perkins St, 1907

Died of TB

No children

 

 

71.        ii.   JOHN WILLIAM CAVITT, b. June 20, 1873, Rush County, Indiana; d. February 24, 1927.

72.       iii.   ORA CHESTER CAVITT, b. June 24, 1875, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; d. May 18, 1900, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.

73.       iv.   MAUDE DICIA CAVITT, b. November 10, 1877; d. October 24, 1960, Rush County, Indiana.

             v.   VORHEES CAVITT, b. December 07, 1879; d. February 20, 1936, Rush County, Indiana; m. NORA NASH.

 

Notes for VORHEES CAVITT:

Was the county sheriff from 1912 to 1916 in Rush County, Indiana.  He fought in the Spanish American War.

 

 

 

48.  BENJAMIN F.6 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born September 20, 1854 in Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana.  He married MARY E. FLEENOR September 28, 1880 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of THOMAS FLEENOR and LEMENTINE HILLIGOSS.  She was born August 04, 1861 in Delaware County, Indiana.

 

Notes for BENJAMIN F. KIPLINGER:

At the age of eighteen he began farming as a renter, for himself. On September 28, 1880, he chose for his wife Mary E. Fleener, the daughter of Thomas and Lementine Fleener, both natives of this state and at present residents of Arlington, Rush County, Indiana. Mrs. Kiplinger was born August 4, 1861, in Delaware County, Indiana, but soon removed to this county. This union is blessed with one child, Harriet L., who is living. Mr. Kiplinger is a member of Ivory Lodge No. 27, K. of P., of Rushville. Politically, he is a Republican. He began life a poor man, and has given his attention principally to farming, and now owns a comfortable home in section 12, which is a part of the old homestead; it consists of 160 acres of fine land. He is one of Jackson's successful farmers.

 

History of Rush County Indiana 1888

Brant & Fuller Chicago

     

Children of BENJAMIN KIPLINGER and MARY FLEENOR are:

              i.   HARRIET L.7 KIPLINGER.

             ii.   LEROY DANIEL KIPLINGER, b. July 1881, Rush County, Indiana; d. September 03, 1881, Rush County, Indiana.

 

More About LEROY DANIEL KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

 

49.  DANIEL F.6 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born September 20, 1854 in Rush County, Indiana, and died 1928 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married MAUD HENDERSON October 24, 1876 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of UNKNOWN and UNKNOWN.  She was born 1858 in Michigan, and died 1930 in Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for DANIEL F. KIPLINGER:

1900 Census

 

More About DANIEL F. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About MAUD HENDERSON:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

Marriage Notes for DANIEL KIPLINGER and MAUD HENDERSON:

Married:  Oct. 24, 1876     in:  Rush, IN     Gender:  M    

 Source:  County Court Records     Film reference number:  1630188 - 1630192    

 Spouse name:  Richmond, Maude H.      Spouse gender:  F

     

Children of DANIEL KIPLINGER and MAUD HENDERSON are:

74.         i.   KATE7 KIPLINGER, b. 1878, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1931, Rush County, Indiana.

75.        ii.   BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KIPLINGER, b. October 03, 1880, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1944, Henry County, Indiana.

            iii.   JESSIE L. KIPLINGER, b. 1882, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1905, Rush County, Indiana.

 

More About JESSIE L. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

 

50.  JESSE C.6 KIPLINGER (JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born 1858 in Rush County, Indiana, and died 1901 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married MIRANDA SAMPSON January 25, 1881 in Rush County, Indiana.  She was born 1858, and died 1947 in Rush County, Indiana.

 

More About JESSE C. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About MIRANDA SAMPSON:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Children of JESSE KIPLINGER and MIRANDA SAMPSON are:

76.         i.   JOHN H.7 KIPLINGER, b. 1881, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1950, Rush County, Indiana.

             ii.   NELLIE B. KIPLINGER, b. 1884; d. 1912, Rush County, Indiana; m. E. GARTIN.

 

Notes for NELLIE B. KIPLINGER:

Died at age 28

 

More About NELLIE B. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

 

51.  MARY ELIZABETH6 HILL (ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER, PHILIP4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born May 10, 1830 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died May 18, 1917 in Monroe County, Missouri.  She married JOSEPH LITTLEWOOD HILL May 18, 1851, son of HENRY HILL and ELIZABETH HOLLOWAY.  He was born August 31, 1821 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died October 07, 1872 in Monroe County, Missouri.

     

Child of MARY HILL and JOSEPH HILL is:

77.         i.   JAMES HENRY7 HILL, b. November 06, 1855, Paris, Monroe County, Missouri; d. February 27, 1933, Kansas City, Missouri.

 

 

52.  ANGELINE MILDRED6 HILL (ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER, PHILIP4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born October 1834, and died 1904.  She married R C GILLASPY May 22, 1853 in Soscol, Napa County, California. 

     

Children of ANGELINE HILL and R GILLASPY are:

              i.   SARAH ELIZABETH7 GILLASPY, b. 1854.

             ii.   LUCY JANE GILLASPY, b. 1855.

            iii.   MARY ELLEN GILLASPY, b. 1857.

            iv.   ANGELINE GILLASPY, b. 1859.

             v.   JOHN GILLASPY, b. 1861.

            vi.   FLORENCE GILLASPY, b. 1864.

           vii.   HENRY GILLASPY, b. 1866.

          viii.   GERTRUDE GILLASPY, b. 1876.

            ix.   PRUDENCE GILLASPY.

 

 

53.  WILLIAM S.6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born May 20, 1829 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.  He married MARY THATCHER. 

     

Child of WILLIAM KIPLINGER and MARY THATCHER is:

              i.   LIZZIE7 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1850; m. CHARLES W. SCOTT, June 30, 1871, Lima, Ohio.

Notes for CHARLES W. SCOTT:

CHARLES W. SCOTT, clerk of Boone circuit court, Indiana, and an enterprising merchant of Lebanon, is of. Scotch-Irish descent, was born in Bellefontaine, Ohio, January 25, 1847, and was about five years of age when brought by his parents to Lebanon, Boone county, Ind., where he attended the public schools until he reached the age of seventeen years, when, filled With patriotic ardor, he enlisted, to assist in the preservation of the integrity of his beloved country; in company F one Hundred and Thirty-fifth Indiana volunteer infantry for 100 days, under Capt. R. A. Williamson He was seized with chronic diarrhea however and for a time was confined in the hospital at Nashville, Tenn., but served out the full time of his enlistment, nevertheless, and on his return home, enlisted, April 1, 1865 in company G, One Hundred and Fifty-fourth Indiana infantry, for one year. He was assigned to duty in the Shenandoah Valley, but was again attacked by his old disorder and was confined in the Federal hospital at Stephenson, Va., and then, again, at Cumberland, Md., and was sent thence to the general hospital at Claysville, Md. whence he went to Wheeling, W. Va., where he was discharged under general orders in the fall of 1865. He returned home a constitutional wreck, and for several months was unable to attend to business, and even to this day his health is in a shattered condition. When he had sufficiently recuperated, he joined his father in the mercantile business, but in 1875 sold out his interest and engaged for one year in the jewelry trade, when he again sold out; for four years afterward he clerked for Wilson & Baker, merchants of Lebanon, and then for five years was in the grocery business on the north side. In the fall of 1890, be was elected, on the democratic ticket, clerk of the Boone county circuit court, and being a very popular man, received a very large majority and succeeded a republican in the office. Mr. Scott was married June 30, 1871, at Lima, Ohio, to Miss Lizzie Kiplinger, daughter of William S. and Mary (Thatcher) Kiplinger. This lady's father was a contractor and builder and constructed many of the best edifices in Lima. Four children have been born to the union of Mr. and Mrs. Scott, and were named John William Mary Lula, Wallace A. and May Queen, all of whom were born in Lebanon, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Scott were members of the Methodist church, and their daily walk through life shows the sincerity of their religious faith. Mr. Scott is serving his second term as commander of Rich Mountain post, No. 42. G. A. R., and has held all the chairs in Ben Adhem lodge, No. 472, I. 0. 0. F.; was also a member of the grand lodge, and grand senior warden of the grand encampment of the same order he is a member of the I. 0. R. M. Winnebago tribe, No. 36 and has filled all the offices in the tribe likewise is a member of the grand council; as a K. of P. he is a member of Lebanon lodge No. 45, and is moreover, past chancellor of this order, and a member of the grand lodge. The remote ancestors of Charles W. Scott came to America in the colonial days and settled in Pennsylvania. His grandfather, Samuel Scott, moved in his young days to Licking county, Ohio. He had married in Pennsylvania Sarah Moore, who bore him five children: Elizabeth J., Joseph, John M., James M. and Sarah C. The third child in the above family, John M., was born in Licking county, Ohio, in 1824, and married in Hardin, Ohio, April 19, 1846, Mary A. Blue, daughter of Barnabas and Mary (Hilliard) Blue, the result of which union was seven children, viz: Charles W., whose name opens this sketch; Edward L.; Flora G.; Amanda; Harry B., who died at the age of fourteen years; Hattie, and Lizzie, who died in infancy; of this family the three first named were born in Ohio, and the remaining four in Lebanon, Ind. His great grandfather, Joseph Scott, was born in Ireland, coming to this country when a young man. His great grandmother, ______ (Curry) Scott, was born in Scotland and also came to America in an early day and settled with her parents in Pennsylvania, near her to-be future husband. His grandfather, Samuel Scott, moved in his young days to Licking county, Ohio, having previously been married to Sarah Moore in Pennsylvania. His grandfather; Barnabas Blue, was born near Harper's Ferry, Va., and moved when a boy with his father to Miami county, Ohio, and settled. near the present city of Piqua; Mary (Hilliard) Blue was born and reared in and near Cincinnati; Ohio, until fifteen years of age, when her father. removed to what is the city of Piqua, Ohio, but at that time the present thriving city consisted of one log cabin; which was occupied by a French family. James M. Scott was apprenticed when fifteen years of age to Mr. Knapp, of Bellefontaine, Ohio, to learn the tailoring trade--his father's contract with Mr. Knapp being that he was to serve until twenty-one years of age and then he was to receive one good suit of jeans clothes and a Bible. After passing four or five years in Logan and Shelby counties, Ohio, he came to Lebanon, Ind., in 1852, and opened a dry goods store, which he conducted for many years and became one of the best known business men of Boone county. Between 1854 and 1856 he was postmaster of the city, an office he filled to the entire satisfaction of the public. He took a leading part in the building of the Missionary Baptist church in the city, his wife being an ardent member of this denomination. In politics he was a Jacksonian democrat; but was a stanch supporter of the Union cause during the late Civil war, giving his only son old enough to enlist, Charles W., to the service of the Union cause. Mr. Scott was always active in the promotion of the best interests of the city of Lebanon, and erected some of its finest business blocks, among them, in company with G. W. Baird, the marble front on the corner of Lebanon and Main streets. He took an active interest in educational matters and in everything else that led to the public welfare. The business firms with which he was connected were Scott & McLaughlin, Scott & Baird, Scott & Daily and Scott & Son. His death took place August. 31, 1877, but his widow survived until August 2, 1887, and in their demise Lebanon sustained a severe loss.

 

  Transcribed by Chris Brown

from page 449-450 of "A Portrait And Biographical Record of Boone and Clinton Counties, Ind.,"

published in 1895 by A. W. Bowen & CO. Chicago.

 

 

54.  DANIEL E.6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 21, 1830 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, and died September 01, 1906.  He married (1) MARY EVELINE COOKSON February 1855 in Lima, Allen County, Ohio, daughter of THOMAS COOKSON.  She was born Abt. 1832, and died 1861.  He married (2) MARY E. OWENS November 02, 1862, daughter of HUGH OWENS and MRS. OWENS.  She was born August 20, 1842 in Wales, and died in Allen County, Ohio.

 

Notes for DANIEL E. KIPLINGER:

From HISTORY OF ALLEN COUNTY

 

DANIEL E. KIPLINGER

 

Probably of all the older citizens of Lima, none has better claim to be remembered than has the subject of this sketch, who for many years was closely identified with the material growth of the city.  It has been computed that if all the structures that he has erected here could be massed, a village of considerable size would be found.  Mr. Kiplinger was born June 1830, in Springfield Ohio, the son of Phillip Kiplinger.

 

Away back to the days when white settlers fought in Ohio with the Indians before they could establish safe and peaceful homes, the Kiplinger family was known, and one of the names was a defender of Fort Defiance.  The grandfather of our subject, Daniel Kiplinger, came from Virginia at a very early day and settled in Clark County, Ohio, and there Phillip Kiplinger, his son, also spent his life.

 

In March 1854 Daniel Kiplinger came to Lima, and became one of the pioneer contractors.  He was skilled far beyond any of his competitors and was so rapid in his work that it came to be a common saying that it was cheaper to hire Daniel Kiplinger by the day than any one else by contract.  He built almost all of the earlier business blocks in Lima, and some of these, notably the Collins Block and the Ashton Block, are still standing.  Many of the others have been torn down on account of public improvements or to make way for larger structures.  There are standing hundreds of neat residences and comfortable homes, built after a fashion of this day, and still staunch and true so far as their construction goes.  Mr. Kiplinger continued contracting and building until forced to retire from constant activity, by failing health, in 1898.  Since then he has occasionally assisted his son, the leading carpenter and contractor of the city, C.L. Kiplinger.

 

Mr. Kiplinger was married first, in February 1855, to Mary E. Cookson, who was a daughter of the late Thomas Cookson.  The two surviving children of that marriage are:  Clifford L., a well-known contractor of Lima, and Clarence, a resident of Columbus.  The mother of these sons died in 1861.  On October 2, 1862 Mr. Kiplinger was married to Mary E. Owens, who was born in Wales and is a daughter of Hugh Owens.   Mr. Owens came to America and to Allen County in 1844 and settled in Sugar Creek Township, where he cleared and improved a fine farm.  He died in 1851, survived by his wife and five children.  The estimable mother of Mrs. Kiplinger kept her children together and followed out her husbands wish in the development of the farm.  She died in 1881, leaving but two survivors, Mrs. Kiplinger and a sister Anna, who is the wife if A.O. Jones.  The latter is considered to be one of the best farmers in Sugar Creek Township, having a record of 1600 bushels of corn on 22 acres of land.

 

Mr. And Mrs. Kiplinger had three children, but have been bereaved of all.  The eldest, James Edward, died at the age of 34 years after having won 2nd place to none among California journalists.  Raymond D., the second son, was formerly yard clerk for the Cincinnati and Eastern Railroad, and died at age 22 years.  The only daughter, Anna Mary, passed away in her 15th year.  Mr. And Mrs. Kiplinger belong to the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church.  For four years he was a member of the Lima City Council, and for three years, of the Board of Equalization.  Fraternally he is a Royal Arch Mason.

 

     

Children of DANIEL KIPLINGER and MARY COOKSON are:

78.         i.   CLIFFORD L.7 KIPLINGER, b. February 10, 1859; d. 1924.

79.        ii.   CLARENCE ELMER KIPLINGER, b. March 06, 1860, Lima, Allen County, Ohio; d. December 05, 1928.

 

     

Children of DANIEL KIPLINGER and MARY OWENS are:

            iii.   JAMES EDWARD7 KIPLINGER, b. September 19, 1863; d. 1896.

 

Notes for JAMES EDWARD KIPLINGER:

Died at age 34 after receiving a second place among California journalists

 

            iv.   ANNA MARY KIPLINGER, b. May 1866; d. 1882.

 

Notes for ANNA MARY KIPLINGER:

Died at age 15

 

             v.   RAYMOND D. KIPLINGER, b. May 01, 1881; d. 1903.

 

Notes for RAYMOND D. KIPLINGER:

Died at age 22, was a yard clerk for the Cincinnati and Eastern Railroad

 

 

55.  ISAAC EMERY6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 15, 1837 in Clark County, Ohio, and died March 31, 1860 in Clark County, Ohio.  He married LAVINA UNDERWOOD February 16, 1859 in Clarke County, Ohio.  She was born August 03, 1839 in Tremont City, Clark County, Ohio, and died July 08, 1925 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

 

More About ISAAC EMERY KIPLINGER:

Burial: Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Ohio

 

Notes for LAVINA UNDERWOOD:

April 21, 1841, Lavina and her father were baptized according to Methodist Church records.

 

Marriage Notes for ISAAC KIPLINGER and LAVINA UNDERWOOD:

Isaac died very suddenly, soon after their marriage, of typhoid fever. He was buried in

Mt Zion cemetery in Tremont City, Ohio. Later, his mother had his body removed to

Ferncliff cemetery, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio on a lot with her and her husband.

Lavina married Levi Jones about three years later and lived on her husbands farm in

Madison township, located south of Springfield. Lavina is described as a petite,

attractive and proud woman who taught her children to be proud and to always "act

properly". Levi was considered a prosperous farmer at the time. He built a large brick

house on the farm and called it "Twin Oaks". Levi and Lavina were a religious couple,

teaching their children the value of industry, thrift, modesty and temperance. Lavina

was a perfectionist who taught her daughters to be exceptional seamstresses and

cooks. Lavina died in 1925 and was buried in Ferncliff cemetery, Springfield, Clark

County, Ohio

 

     

Child of ISAAC KIPLINGER and LAVINA UNDERWOOD is:

80.         i.   EMORY ARVALUS7 KIPLINGER, b. March 09, 1860, Clark County, Ohio; d. June 29, 1924, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

 

 

56.  JOSEPH CONRAY6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born February 11, 1841 in Clark County, Ohio, and died January 22, 1901.  He married (1) MARY MAXWELL Abt. 1860.    He married (2) EMMA J ERNST April 23, 1868 in Champaign County, Ohio.  She was born Abt. 1845.

 

Notes for JOSEPH CONRAY KIPLINGER:

HISTORY OF Clark County, Ohio

 

 

JOSEPH C. KIPLINGER, farmer; P. O. Eagle City; born on the farm where he now resides, Feb. 11, 1842; is a son of Philip and Mahala (Shockey) Kiplinger, he a native of Virginia and she of Kentucky. The grandfather, Daniel Kiplinger, also a native of Virginia, became a resident of Ohio, locating in German Township, in 1806, being one of the pioneers of the county, settling here when this section was nearly all in its primeval forests, and the Indians their principal neighbors. Here he lived till his death, which occurred about 1852. Philip was about 2 years of age when brought here by his parents, and was raised and brought up in this county, and lived and died here, living his entire married life in the same neighborhood of his father. He died April 8, 1867.  His wife is still living, now 74 years of age. They were parents of fifteen children, ten now survive-William, Daniel, James, Elizabeth Ann and Mary Jane (twins), Joseph and Philip (twins), A. Philander, Lucetta, Caroline and B. Franklin. Our subject lived with his father, brought up to farm labor till his majority. Was married, April 23, 1868, to Emma J., daughter of Noah and Louisa Ernst, natives of Virginia. Issue, two children-Viola and Philip Wilbur. Mr. Kiplinger has always resided upon the old home place, with the exception of four years spent in Moorefield Township, moving back again in the spring of 1874. The home place consists of 96 acres, mostly in cultivation, with good improvements. Mr. Kiplinger and wife are members of the M. E. Church.  Grandfathers of our subject will receive due mention in the history of German Township, in the body of this work, as its pioneers. And we would add further in justice to the patriotism of this family, that four of our subject's brothers were enlisted in the defense of our country in the late rebellion, one of which died while in the army.

     

Children of JOSEPH KIPLINGER and MARY MAXWELL are:

              i.   FRANCES ELLEN7 KIPLINGER.

             ii.   JOHN L KIPLINGER.

            iii.   SARAH KIPLINGER.

81.       iv.   NOAH F. KIPLINGER, b. August 26, 1861; d. April 09, 1933, Missouri.

             v.   JACOB KIPLINGER, b. 1862.

82.       vi.   GEORGE K. KIPLINGER, b. June 1865, Ohio.

 

     

Children of JOSEPH KIPLINGER and EMMA ERNST are:

           vii.   MARTIN LUTHER7 KIPLINGER, b. Champaign County, Ohio.

          viii.   EMILY KIPLINGER, b. Champaign County, Ohio.

83.       ix.   VIOLA MAY KIPLINGER, b. 1872; d. 1964.

84.        x.   PHILIP WILBUR KIPLINGER, b. June 29, 1879, Champaign County, Ohio.

 

 

57.  ABRAHAM PHILANDER6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 22, 1843 in Champaign County, Ohio.  He married ORISSA KELSEY June 23, 1868. 

 

Notes for ABRAHAM PHILANDER KIPLINGER:

ABRAM PHILANDER KIPLINGER

From HISTORY OF ALLEN COUNTY

 

ABRAM PHILANDER KIPLINGER, the well-known horticulturist of Perry Township, has a productive fruit farm of 67 aces in section 27, where he raises the most delicious fruits to be found in this part of the State.  Mr. Kiplinger was born in Clark County, Ohio, near the city of Springfield, December 21, 1843, and is a representative of one of the oldest families in the State.  His parents were Philip and Mahala (Shockey) Kiplinger and his grandparents, Daniel and Elizabeth (Pence) Kiplinger.  The family was founded in America more than 200 years ago and its members have been residents of Ohio for more than a century, the great-grandfather of our subject having settled in Clark County where his remains were laid to rest.

 

Daniel Kiplinger was a native of Virginia, whence he came by ox team to Clark County and where he died April 8, 1867, at the age of 74 years. His wife, Elizabeth Pence, was also a native of Virginia.  They entered 300 acres of land in Clark County, and some idea of the honorable character of the man may be gleaned from the following endorsement which is found on the deed to the property: " I this day walked to Cincinnati to make final payment of one dollar and fifty cents on this land."  A man whose conscientious scruples would induce him to walk that distance to discharge so paltry a debt certainly left the impress of his nobility upon his descendants, while he himself was held in the highest esteem.  He reared four children Jacob, Daniel, Philip and Elizabeth, who married a Mr. Loudebach.

 

Philip Kiplinger was born in January, 1804, in the Luray Valley, Virginia.  When a child of two years his parents removed to Ohio, and farm in Clark County.  He was a member of the State militia and acted as guard against the Indians at Fort Defiance.  He married Mahala Shockey who was born in Kentucky, October 29, 1806.  Her parents were William and --(Casseldine) Shockey, of North Carolina, who bore their part in the frontier Indian wars of Kentucky.  In addition to doing her housework and rearing a family of 15 children, she wove the cloth, which she afterward made into their garments, and, when her husband was away from home, assumed his work, even to the extent of sawing lumber.  She died January 2, 1887, leaving behind a blessed memory.  The children of Philip Kiplinger and his wife were as follows:  Daniel, a resident of Lima; William, James and Louisa, deceased; Elizabeth (Senseman) and Hannah (Moles) twins; John Wesley, who died in infancy; Wesley Harrison; Isaac Emory, deceased; Samuel, who died of smallpox in the Civil War; Philip Anthony and Joseph Conray, twins the former a resident of Louisiana and the latter, of Findlay, Ohio; Abram Philander; Lucetta Caroline, who married Rev. A. J. Fish; and Brazellas Franklin, who died in Springfield, Ohio, at the age of 54 years.

Abram P. Kiplinger attended the common schools and remained at home until his 18th year, when, in January, 1862, he enlisted for service in the Civil War, as a member of Company E, 60th Reg., Ohio Vol. Inf.  At Harper's Ferry he was taken prisoner and later sent to Chicago on parole, remaining there seven weeks until his term of enlistment had expired. Re-enlisting in Company H, 32nd Ohio Regiment, he became a member of the Third Brigade, Fourth Division, 17th Army Corps, under the command of General Blair and was sent to Vicksburg where he joined a command detailed for guard duty.  He returned home on a veteran's furlough for 30 days, and, after he had recuperated and visited relatives and friends, once more sought the scene of army activities.  He first went to Cairo, where he took a steamer to Clifton, Tennessee, and thence assume a wearing march, which only terminated when General Sherman’s army was reached near Atlanta.  The siege of Atlanta continued 120 days and on the 22d of July, 1864, from 11 o'clock in the morning until 9 o'clock at night the contest was a hand-to-hand fight between the contending forces, the latter part of the engagement being fought in darkness.  In this fierce engagement Mr. Kiplingers regiment lost 140 men, but it was the beginning of the end of that great struggle.   In October a 300 mile dash was made after General Hood, which ended in the latter's army being scattered and broken up. After this came the memorable "March to the Sea."  The army left Marietta, Georgia, with 70,000 head of cattle, which were to furnish fresh meat for the men of the march; but, like the marches, the meat was tough and little enjoyed by the weary soldiers.  Leaving Savannah after a three-weeks' stay there, the army made a 55 days' march through the Carolinas, covering a distance of 550 miles by way of Columbia, which they burned.  Then on through Orangeburg to Raleigh, being compelled to wade through swamps in order to reach the Rebels, who felt secure in the belief that the undertaking would be too great for the Yankees to attempt.  At Raleigh the last fight with Johnston occurred, the soldiers marching thence to Washington where the Grand Review was held.  After going into camp at Louisville, they went to Columbus where they were discharged.

Mr. Kiplinger was a carpenter by trade, and he now returned to that occupation, for 17 years being engaged in that calling in Lima.  In September, 1883, he moved to his present residence in Perry Township where he has 67 acres of land and devotes his time to farming and fruit-raising.  Mr. Kiplinger has given especial and successful attention to cultivating strawberries and small fruits and vegetables.

 

Mr. Kiplinger was married June 23, 1868, to Orissa Kelsey, buy whom he has three children Velora, Ella and Ethel.  Velora was born December 1, 1869, and is the wife of Milliard Winegardner and the mother of three children Imogene, Doyle and Lester L. Ella was born March 7, 1874, and married A. C. Smith, of Auglaize County.  Their children are Beatrice and Albert Nolen.  Ethel was born September 26, 1884, and married Doc. Horn, October 25, 1905.  Mrs. Kiplinger is a native of Vermont and was born September 5, 1848.  Her parents were Elias and Mary Ann (Gilbert) Kelsey, the father a native of Vermont and the mother of Plainsfield, New Hampshire.  Her maternal ancestors were "Mayflower" pilgrims; her grandfather Kelsey and grandfather Gilbert took part in the war of 1812, and her great- grandfather Kelsey was a soldier in the Revolution.  Mr. and Mrs. Kiplinger are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church and are consistent Christian people.  Mr. Kiplinger is a prominent member of the G. A. R. and a stanch Republican.

     

Child of ABRAHAM KIPLINGER and ORISSA KELSEY is:

              i.   ETHEL B.7 KIPLINGER, b. September 1884.

 

 

58.  LUSETTA CAROLINE6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born September 09, 1844, and died January 09, 1906 in Findley, Hancock County, Ohio.  She married ANDREW JAMES FISH.  He was born October 26, 1841 in Ohio.

 

Notes for ANDREW JAMES FISH:

FINDLAY TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGE. -

 pg 747

 

REV. ANDREW J. FISH, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Findlay, was born near Springfield, Clark Co., Ohio, October 26, 1840, son of John and Justina (Myres) Fish, the former of whom, a native of Bremen, Germany, and a stone-cutter by trade, came to this country in 1834, he being then twenty-one years of age. He eventually settled near Springfield, Clark Co., Ohio, where he was favorably known in connection with important contracts for public road building, and prominently may be mentioned the National road between Springfield and Columbus, Ohio. His original name was "Fiersch," which for convenience he changed to "Fish." The Myres family come of a long line of German ancestry in Adams County, Penn. Rev. Andrew J. Fish, the subject of this sketch, is to a great extent self-made in his profession. In his earlier years he taught school and by this means furthered his education. At the age of twenty-three he entered the church, and when twenty-seven years., of age he took charge of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Quincy, Ohio, his successive charges being Elida, Delphos, Greenville, Defiance, Van Wert, Toledo, coming to Findlay, this county, in the fall of 1884. He married, in Springfield, Ohio, Lusetta, daughter of the late Philip and Mahalah (Shockey) Kiplinger, and they have three daughters. and two sons: Jessie May, Lou Anna, Samuel Roberts, Henry Wagoner and Aurelia Veda. Rev. Andrew J. Fish is an earnest and indefatigable church worker, and an ardent temperance advocate. During his pastorate in Ohio he has dedicated seventeen churches for his own and sister denominations. In connection with the Central Ohio Methodist Episcopal Conference he instituted the " Preacher's Aid Society," which has raised a fund of $22,000, has served as conference missionary treasurer for twelve years and has been usually accepted as a leader in his profession. He is a worthy member of the Masonic fraternity and of the United Order of Honor. Besides his very active professional works Rev. Andrew J. Fish has given some attention to accumulating a competency for the better rearing and education of his little family, and has been eminently successful in this particular. His musical attainments should be remarked, he being a graduate in composition, and he has produced some very fine arrangements in music.

     

Children of LUSETTA KIPLINGER and ANDREW FISH are:

85.         i.   AURELIA VEDA7 FISH, b. December 27, 1874, Greenville, Darke Co., Ohio; d. February 24, 1945, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio.

             ii.   SAMUEL ROBERTS FISH.

            iii.   LOU ANNA FISH.

            iv.   JESSE MAY FISH.

             v.   HENRY WAGGNOR FISH.

 

 

59.  BERZELIUS FRANKLIN6 KIPLINGER (PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born November 30, 1848 in Clark County, Ohio, and died May 02, 1904.  He married SARAH GARLINGER FRIARWOOD July 18, 1869 in Clarke County, Ohio.  She was born 1851.

 

More About BERZELIUS FRANKLIN KIPLINGER:

Burial: Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Ohio

     

Children of BERZELIUS KIPLINGER and SARAH FRIARWOOD are:

              i.   B. F.7 KIPLINGER.

 

More About B. F. KIPLINGER:

Burial: Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Ohio

 

             ii.   MAUDE KIPLINGER, b. January 1880.

            iii.   SUSANNAH KIPLINGER, b. August 1884.

 

 

60.  BENJAMIN6 KIPLINGER (DANIEL5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born Abt. 1843 in Belle Center, Logan Co., Ohio, and died 1918.  He married LUCY JENKINS.  She was born 1845.

     

Children of BENJAMIN KIPLINGER and LUCY JENKINS are:

              i.   GEORGE7 KIPLINGER, b. 1867.

             ii.   CARRIE KIPLINGER, b. 1668.

            iii.   IRVIN KIPLINGER, b. 1872.

 

 

61.  NEWTON LEMON6 LITTLE (SARAH R.5 KIPLINGER, JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born January 18, 1854, and died February 08, 1906.  He married MARY CORNELIA HICKMAN October 14, 1877. 

     

Child of NEWTON LITTLE and MARY HICKMAN is:

              i.   MARY ALMA7 LITTLE, b. January 22, 1893.

 

 

62.  HARLOW ADAM6 KIPLINGER (GEORGE LEMUEL5, JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born July 12, 1852 in Pine Village, Warren County, Indiana, and died January 17, 1901 in Francisville, Indiana.  He married HESTER ANN BELEW December 24, 1873 in Warren County, Ohio.  She was born October 02, 1856 in Ohio.

 

More About HARLOW ADAM KIPLINGER:

Burial: Pine Ridge Cemetery east of Francisville, Indiana

     

Children of HARLOW KIPLINGER and HESTER BELEW are:

              i.   GEORGE LEMUEL7 KIPLINGER, b. June 02, 1874.

             ii.   IDA MAY KIPLINGER, b. January 16, 1876.

            iii.   SYLVIA MYTLE KIPLINGER, b. April 05, 1878.

            iv.   CHARLES ELI KIPLINGER, b. January 10, 1880.

             v.   WILLIAM LLYOD KIPLINGER, b. July 12, 1883.

            vi.   LOTTIE ELLLEN KIPLINGER, b. March 12, 1885.

86.      vii.   EARL KIPLINGER, b. March 01, 1887.

          viii.   NANCY FAYE KIPLINGER, b. February 15, 1891.

            ix.   CECIL HARRISON KIPLINGER, b. December 12, 1892.

             x.   HARLOW FRANCIS KIPLINGER, b. May 18, 1901.

 

 

63.  JOHN6 BECHTEL (ELIZABETH5 KIBLINGER, JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born in Clark County, Ohio, and died February 26, 1916 in Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas.  He married MARY ELIZA MESSENGER June 09, 1859 in Knoxville, Knox County, Illinois.  She was born June 08, 1839 in Ohio.

 

More About JOHN BECHTEL:

Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Franklin County, Kansas

     

Children of JOHN BECHTEL and MARY MESSENGER are:

87.         i.   BETTIE LOVINA7 BECHTEL, b. June 01, 1860, Knoxville, Knox County, Illinois; d. June 03, 1928, Kansas.

             ii.   EVA ANN BECHTEL, b. June 01, 1862, Knoxville, Knox County, Kansas; d. July 14, 1906; m. JOHN T LYONS, October 10, 1886, Princeton, Knox County, Kansas.

            iii.   CHARLES LEONARD BECHTEL, b. May 10, 1863, Knoxville, Knox County, Illinois; d. March 26, 1912, Hugoton, Stevens County,  Kansas; m. CORA H HODGES, February 16, 1890, McPherson, McPherson County, Kansas.

            iv.   FRANK NATHAN BECHTEL, b. December 27, 1866, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas; d. March 11, 1939, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas; m. MARTHA ANN FARMER, December 25, 1889, Franklin County, Kansas.

 

More About FRANK NATHAN BECHTEL:

Burial: Highland Cemetery, Franklin County, Kansas

 

             v.   EMMA GRACE BECHTEL, b. May 22, 1870, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. August 07, 1870, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas.

            vi.   ELLA MAY BECHTEL, b. December 24, 1871, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. May 10, 1947, Richmond, Franklin County, Kansas; m. GEORGE M CROYLE, October 12, 1889, Franklin County, Kansas.

 

More About ELLA MAY BECHTEL:

Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Franklin County, Kansas

 

           vii.   WILLIAM R. BECHTEL, b. June 02, 1874, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. February 08, 1932, Parsons, Labette County, Kansas.

 

More About WILLIAM R. BECHTEL:

Burial: Mt Olive Cemetery, Franklin County, Kansas

 

          viii.   HERMAN S. BECHTEL, b. September 29, 1876, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. August 04, 1921, Richmond, Franklin County, Kansas; m. KATHERINE ELIZABETH SCHAUB, October 11, 1899.

 

More About HERMAN S. BECHTEL:

Burial: Highland Cemetery, Franklin County, Kansas

 

 

64.  SYLVANUS M.6 KIBLINGER (JOHN5, JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born November 24, 1851 in Clark County, Ohio, and died December 03, 1928 in Clark County, Ohio.  He married KETURAH ANN KIZER June 05, 1873 in Clarke County, Ohio.  She was born September 28, 1852.

     

Children of SYLVANUS KIBLINGER and KETURAH KIZER are:

              i.   WILSON7 KIBLINGER, b. Abt. 1884, Clark County, Ohio.

             ii.   CHARLES E. KIBLINGER, b. Abt. 1886, Clark County, Ohio.

            iii.   MARY E. KIBLINGER, b. Abt. 1888, Clark County, Ohio.

88.       iv.   JOHN ALPHA KIBLINGER, b. March 04, 1880, German Township, Clark County,  Ohio; d. February 03, 1963, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

 

 

65.  EUGENE6 KIPLINGER (RUEBEN5, JACOB4 KIBLINGER, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)  He married UNKNOWN. 

     

Children of EUGENE KIPLINGER and UNKNOWN are:

              i.   FRANCES7 KIBLINGER.

             ii.   ESTER KIBLINGER.

            iii.   HORACE KIBLINGER.

            iv.   ROBERT KIBLINGER.

 

 

66.  WILLIAM ELDON6 KIBLINGER (FRANCIS MARION5, DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, (JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born 1856 in Page County, Virginia, and died 1938.  He married FRANCES SUSAN HOAK March 08, 1877 in Page County, Virginia.  She was born 1855 in Page County, Virginia.

 

Notes for WILLIAM ELDON KIBLINGER:

Occupation: 1880 Farming

Occupation: 1878 Farming

     

Children of WILLIAM KIBLINGER and FRANCES HOAK are:

              i.   WESLEY FREEMON7 KIBLINGER, b. April 20, 1878, Marksville, Page Co., VA; d. March 04, 1958, Waynesboro, Augusta Co., VA.

             ii.   RETURN D. KIBLINGER, b. June 17, 1880, Marksville, Page Co., VA.

 

 

67.  EDWARD LEE6 KIBLINGER (JOSEPH DANIEL5, DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, (JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born January 24, 1862 in Page County, Virginia, and died August 09, 1950 in Page County, Virginia.  He married MARTHA MATTIE ANN BAILEY August 12, 1891 in Page County, Virginia. 

     

Children of EDWARD KIBLINGER and MARTHA BAILEY are:

              i.   FRANK HUDSON7 KIBLINGER, b. September 24, 1892.

89.        ii.   HENRY LEE KIBLINGER, b. December 17, 1900, Page County, Virginia; d. November 1970, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County,  Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

68.  HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER (GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born November 22, 1871 in Granger, Clark County, Missouri, and died October 11, 1950 in Lewisville, Franklin Township, Henry County, Indiana.  She married BENJAMIN JOHNSON WHITTON March 29, 1894 in Rush County, Indiana, son of ROBERT WHITTON and NANCY.  He was born May 01, 1866 in Scott County, Kentucky, and died April 03, 1927 in Mays, Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for HARRIET ELIZABETH KIPLINGER:

RUSHVILLE REPUBLICIAN NEWSPAPER OBITUARY

 

Mrs. Harriet E. Whitton, 78, a native of Rush County, died Wednesday morning at 4:30 am at the home of her son, Gerald Whitton, in Lewisville.  She had seriously been ill for the past three months.  Mrs. Whitton had resided all her life in Rush County, where she was born, until the last few months when she went to reside in Lewisville.  She was born November 22, 1871, a daughter of George T. and Lucy Billings Kiplinger.  She married Benjamin Whitton, who died in 1927. The deceased was a member of the Main Street Christian Church and the WSES Club of Lewisville.

Besides the son with whom she resided, survivors include two other sons, Fay of Lewisville and Tracy of St. Louis  Missouri;  a daughter, Mrs. Mary Spencer of Dublin, two sisters, Mrs. Grace Harcourt of Rushville and Mrs. Lena Kolich of St. Louis Missouri:  10 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

The body is to be taken from the Wyatt Memorial mortuary in Rushville to the home of her son, Gerald Whitton, in Lewisville, where friends may call after Thursday afternoon.  Services will be held at the residence Friday afternoon at 2 o-clock with Rev. Herbert Daily officiating.  Burial will be in East Hill Cemetery.

 

 

More About HARRIET ELIZABETH KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Children of HARRIET KIPLINGER and BENJAMIN WHITTON are:

              i.   MARY ALICE8 WHITTON, b. April 27, 1896, Occident, near Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 18, 1984, New Castle, Henry County,  Indiana; m. WILLAIM SPENCER.

 

Notes for MARY ALICE WHITTON:

She was born Mary Jane, but later changed her name to Mary Alice.

 

Married twice, no children of these unions.

 

OBITUARY

 

Dunreith:

Mary A. Spencer, 87, died Sunday evening in Heritage House

Nursing Home in New Castle after an extended illness.  She

had been a resident there for the past two years.

 

Born in Rush County, she had resided in Dunreith most of her life.

She had been a clerk for the L & W Railroad at Mays, a clerk at

LS Ayres in Indianapolis and a clerk at Mays Post Office until she

retired from there in 1977.

 

She was the widow of William Spencer.  She was a member of the

Center Christian Church in Mays, a past member of the Indiana Historical

Society, Ladies Aid of Dunreith and Pioneers of Indiana.

 

She is survived by a brother,  Gerald Whitton of Lewisville; nieces

and nephews.  She had two brothers, Tracy and Faye Whitton, who

proceeded her in death.

 

Services have been scheduled for 1 pm Wednesday at Marshall Funeral

Home in Dublin with Rev. Ronald Sams officiating.  Burial will be in East

Hill Cemetery in Rushville.  Friends may call from 5-9 pm Tuesday and

prior to the service Wednesday.

 

(Pallbearers were Gerald E. Whitton, Richard Whitton, Fred Johnson, Robert Minton, Alan Hinshaw and Oren Jarvis.)

 

More About MARY ALICE WHITTON:

Burial: March 21, 1984, East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

90.        ii.   FAY GILBERT WHITTON, b. September 05, 1898, Occident, Rush County; d. February 20, 1982, New Castle, Henry County,  Indiana.

91.       iii.   TRACY BENJAMIN WHITTON, b. June 27, 1905; d. September 1967.

92.       iv.   GERALD MILLER WHITTON, b. October 25, 1911, Mays, Rush County, Indiana; d. April 14, 1984, Lewisville, Franklin Township, Henry County, Indiana (died at Henry County Memorial Hospital, New Castle, Indiana).

 

 

69.  HENRY J.7 KIPLINGER (GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born Abt. 1880.

     

Children of HENRY J. KIPLINGER are:

93.         i.   GLEN D.8 KIPLINGER, b. June 06, 1899; d. October 17, 1954.

             ii.   MARY E. KIPLINGER, b. March 03, 1902, Shelby County, Indiana; d. July 17, 1978, Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana; m. WILLAIM FRANK DENNY; b. April 05, 1908, Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana; d. May 08, 1980, Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana.

 

More About MARY E. KIPLINGER:

Burial: Summit Lawn Cemetery, Hamilton County, Indiana

 

Notes for WILLAIM FRANK DENNY:

He was employed at the Firestone Industrial Products Company, INC. for most of his life.

Per his tombstone, he was a PFC in the U.S. Army in World War II.

 

More About WILLAIM FRANK DENNY:

Burial: Summit Lawn Cemetery, Hamilton County, Indiana

 

 

70.  GRACE7 KIPLINGER (GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born January 15, 1894 in Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana, and died July 01, 1972 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.  She married ERTLE HARCOURT.  He died 1936.

 

Notes for GRACE KIPLINGER:

RUSHVILLE NEWSPAPER OBITUARY

 

Mrs. Grace Harcourt, 78, 406 North Main Street, died at 11:45 pm

Saturday in the Jackson Nursing Home where she has resided for

the past two weeks after an extended illness.

 

Mrs. Harcourt, who formerly lived on a farm near Milroy, was a member

of the Milroy Christian Church., and the Milroy Chapter Order of Eastern

Star, where she was a past matron.

 

She was born in Jackson Township on January 15, 1894, the daughter

of George T. Kiplinger and Lucy Dougherty, and was married to Ertle

Harcourt in 1925 who died in 1936.

 

Only survivors are a son, Louis E. Harcourt of Rushville, and several

Nieces and nephews.  Two sisters, Georgia and Hattie Whitton, proceeded

her in death.

 

The Reverend Morris Ball will conduct services at 10 am Tuesday at the

Murphy and Burns Funeral Home in Milroy, where friends may call from 6 to 9'

o-clock this evening, with burial in the Milroy Cemetery.

 

More About GRACE KIPLINGER:

Burial: Milroy Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Child of GRACE KIPLINGER and ERTLE HARCOURT is:

              i.   LOUIS E.8 HARCOURT.

 

 

71.  JOHN WILLIAM7 CAVITT (AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born June 20, 1873 in Rush County, Indiana, and died February 24, 1927.  He married ELNORA MATILDA WIDAU, daughter of JOHN WIDAU and MARY SCHAGER.  She was born July 07, 1878, and died May 09, 1931.

     

Children of JOHN CAVITT and ELNORA WIDAU are:

              i.   JOHN WIDAU8 CAVITT, b. November 24, 1900, Rush County,  Indiana; d. October 05, 1961; m. (1) ANN THOMPSON; m. (2) NORMA W CAMPELL; b. 1906; d. 1992, Toole County, Montana.

             ii.   MARION CLARK CAVITT, b. April 16, 1902; d. April 05, 1985, Shelby, Montana; m. GRACE STROBLE, 1947.

            iii.   MARY AMANDA CAVITT, b. September 03, 1904; d. March 08, 1986, Shelby, Montana; m. MICHAEL NEARLY, 1945.

            iv.   HELEN MARGARET CAVITT, b. January 26, 1908; m. (1) EDMUND ARTHUR SMITH; m. (2) CARROLL MARCHAND.

 

 

72.  ORA CHESTER7 CAVITT (AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born June 24, 1875 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, and died May 18, 1900 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.  He married LILIE MAE BUTLER July 28, 1898 in Sacramento, California, daughter of RICHARD BUTLER and IDA CAVITT.  She was born September 13, 1879 in Sacramento, California, and died May 05, 1959 in Kalispell, Flathead, Montana.

 

Notes for ORA CHESTER CAVITT:

Died of TB

Went from California to Dallas, Texas to meet dad and Marcia (sister) around 1892, then came back to Indiana with the wagon team alone.

May have fallen ill in California, then moved back to Rush County, Indiana

 

 

 

More About ORA CHESTER CAVITT:

Burial: Rush County,  Indiana

 

Notes for LILIE MAE BUTLER:

3 husbands; Cavitt, Harley Lawrence Stoner, Frank K. Hales

     

Children of ORA CAVITT and LILIE BUTLER are:

94.         i.   WILBUR MARION8 CAVITT, b. June 03, 1899, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 31, 1985, Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana.

95.        ii.   ORA VIRGIL CAVITT, b. August 09, 1900, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 19, 1975.

 

 

73.  MAUDE DICIA7 CAVITT (AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born November 10, 1877, and died October 24, 1960 in Rush County, Indiana.  She married THOMAS S. MILLS March 13, 1896.  He died in Rush County, Indiana.

     

Children of MAUDE CAVITT and THOMAS MILLS are:

              i.   MAY8 MILLS, b. July 03, 1897; m. GILBERT B. RICKETTS.

             ii.   JOHN ROGER MILLS, b. October 04, 1898; m. ELAINE G. WANNICK.

            iii.   MURL EDITH MILLS, b. 1903; m. ROBERT A DUNCAN.

            iv.   JAMES BERT MILLS, b. 1905; d. September 27, 1942; m. ALTA ALSOP.

 

 

74.  KATE7 KIPLINGER (DANIEL F.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born 1878 in Rush County, Indiana, and died 1931 in Rush County, Indiana.  She married DR. FRANK H. GREEN Bef. 1900.  He was born 1876, and died 1940 in Rush County, Indiana.

 

More About KATE KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

Notes for DR. FRANK H. GREEN:

Lived at 314 N Perkins and his office was at 134 E Second St. Rushville.

 

More About DR. FRANK H. GREEN:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Child of KATE KIPLINGER and DR. GREEN is:

              i.   INFANT8 GREEN, b. June 15, 1900; d. June 15, 1900.

 

 

75.  BENJAMIN FRANKLIN7 KIPLINGER (DANIEL F.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born October 03, 1880 in Rush County, Indiana, and died 1944 in Henry County, Indiana.  He married ARGOLDA ADAMS 1901, daughter of STEPHEN ADAMS and AMANDA FARLEY.  She was born May 27, 1883 in Henry County, Indiana, and died November 1969 in Henry County, Indiana.

 

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KIPLINGER:

Burial: Lewisville Cemetery, Henry County, Indiana

 

Notes for ARGOLDA ADAMS:

 SSN 310-30-5514

 Residence:  46148  Knightstown, Henry, IN

 Born 27 May 1883

 Last Benefit:

 Died   Nov 1969

 Issued:   IN (Before 1951)

 

 

More About ARGOLDA ADAMS:

Burial: Lewisville Cemetery, Henry County, Indiana

     

Children of BENJAMIN KIPLINGER and ARGOLDA ADAMS are:

              i.   KILBURNE F.8 KIPLINGER, b. April 08, 1903, Henry County, Indiana; d. May 20, 1978, Henry County, Indiana; m. ETHEL REBECCA MUSTIN.

 

More About KILBURNE F. KIPLINGER:

Burial: Bentonville Cemetery, Fayette County, Indiana

 

More About ETHEL REBECCA MUSTIN:

Burial: Bentonville Cemetery, Fayette County, Indiana

 

Marriage Notes for KILBURNE KIPLINGER and ETHEL MUSTIN:

No children

 

             ii.   STEPHEN DANIEL KIPLINGER, b. December 03, 1907, Henry County, Indiana; m. MARY ALICE REECE, July 16, 1931, Henry County, Indiana; b. October 14, 1911, Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana; d. September 20, 1995, Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.

 

More About MARY ALICE REECE:

Burial: October 1995, Lewisville Cemetery, Franklin Township, Henry County, Indiana

 

            iii.   FRANK FARLEY KIPLINGER, b. August 08, 1909, Henry County, Indiana; d. July 06, 1977, Henry County, Indiana.

 

More About FRANK FARLEY KIPLINGER:

Burial: Glen Cove Cemetery, Knightstown, Henry County, Indiana

 

96.       iv.   JOSEPH HARROLD KIPLINGER, b. August 11, 1919, Henry County, Indiana.

 

 

76.  JOHN H.7 KIPLINGER (JESSE C.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born 1881 in Rush County, Indiana, and died 1950 in Rush County, Indiana.  He married HELEN M. MORRISON.  She was born 1883, and died 1949 in Rush County, Indiana.

 

Notes for JOHN H. KIPLINGER:

John H. Kiplinger was an Attorney / with Donald L. Smith in the Smith & Cambern Bldg . Rushville.   Just before start of first war.  Was still there in the early 1930's

 

More About JOHN H. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About HELEN M. MORRISON:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

     

Child of JOHN KIPLINGER and HELEN MORRISON is:

              i.   COL. JULES G.8 KIPLINGER, b. August 25, 1905; d. July 18, 1969, Rush County, Indiana; m. DOROTHY LOGAN, Abt. 1924, Indiana; b. July 11, 1907; d. October 17, 1999, Rush County, Indiana.

 

More About COL. JULES G. KIPLINGER:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

More About DOROTHY LOGAN:

Burial: East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

 

77.  JAMES HENRY7 HILL (MARY ELIZABETH6, ELIZABETH5 KIPLINGER, PHILIP4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born November 06, 1855 in Paris, Monroe County, Missouri, and died February 27, 1933 in Kansas City, Missouri.  He married MARY ELLA WALLER January 22, 1879 in Paris, Monroe County, Missouri. 

     

Child of JAMES HILL and MARY WALLER is:

              i.   JAMES BLAND8 HILL.

 

 

78.  CLIFFORD L.7 KIPLINGER (DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born February 10, 1859, and died 1924.  He married ELIZABETH MOORE March 10, 1885. 

 

Notes for CLIFFORD L. KIPLINGER:

Clifford L. Kiplinger

From HISTORY OF ALLEN COUNTY

 

Clifford L. Kiplinger, a leading contractor and carpenter of Lima was reared and educated in this city where he was born 46 years ago. Daniel Kiplinger, his father, is now in his 76th year, and is one of the most respected citizens of Lima. he is a native of Springfield, Clark County, Ohio. In 1854 he came to Allen County, where he soon became one of the most successful contractors and carpenters.

At the time of his settling in Lima, it was a village of some thousand inhabitants and, as Daniel Kiplinger was among the first contractors to

locate here, he built a large percent of the structures erected in this vicinity. He is the father of two sons , namely: Clifford L. and

Clarence, who is located at Columbus and is agent of the Pittsburgh Reduction Company, having under his management three States Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Clifford L. Kiplinger began working at the carpenter trade when he was a lad of 15 years and, after mastering it, became a partner with his father, with whom he was associated in the contracting and building business for 13 years. He then engaged in the same business by himself, and has been busy with general contract work during the eight years he has been alone. He is a first-class workman, and many of the finest buildings in Lima and vicinity stand as monuments of his skill. Mr. Kiplinger was married in 1885 to Lizzie Moore, whose father Amos Moore, was at one time a prominent contractor of Zanesville, Ohio, where he died in 1873. Two children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Kiplinger, Lawrence, the elder, was graduated from the Lima High School before he had reached his 17th year: he then entered the offices of the Buckeye Pipe Line Company, where he is still employed. Karl, the younger son, is still attending High School. Mr. Kiplinger is a member of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church of Lima.

     

Children of CLIFFORD KIPLINGER and ELIZABETH MOORE are:

97.         i.   LAWRENCE MOORE8 KIPLINGER, b. June 17, 1887; d. June 1978.

             ii.   KARL CLIFFORD KIPLINGER, b. October 05, 1891, Ohio; d. 1963; m. FLORNECE UNKNOWN, 1922.

 

 

79.  CLARENCE ELMER7 KIPLINGER (DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born March 06, 1860 in Lima, Allen County, Ohio, and died December 05, 1928.  He married CORA MILLER December 14, 1882.  She was born September 01, 1863, and died August 10, 1947.

     

Children of CLARENCE KIPLINGER and CORA MILLER are:

              i.   HERMAN MILLER8 KIPLINGER, b. May 03, 1885.

98.        ii.   WILLARD MONROE KIPLINGER, b. January 08, 1891, Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio; d. August 1968, Washington, District Of Columbia, DC.

99.       iii.   CLARANCE G. KIPLINGER, b. October 21, 1896, Ohio; d. Abt. 1963.

 

 

80.  EMORY ARVALUS7 KIPLINGER (ISAAC EMERY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born March 09, 1860 in Clark County, Ohio, and died June 29, 1924 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.  He married MARGARET SWEENEY.  She was born 1865, and died April 16, 1943 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.

 

Notes for EMORY ARVALUS KIPLINGER:

After his mother remarried, Emery was said to have been adored by his stepbrothers and stepsisters. It was often said that they would all quarrel with each other to be able to sit beside him at the table for meals. Emery took on the name of Jones after his stepfather, although no legal name change was made. Emery was a Pattern Maker by trade. Upon his death, Emery was buried in St. Bernard Cemetery in Springfield, Ohio.

     

Children of EMORY KIPLINGER and MARGARET SWEENEY are:

              i.   EMERY JONES8 KIPLINGER-JONES, b. 1886; d. October 14, 1899.

             ii.   EDWARD KIPLINGER-JONES, b. March 01, 1890; m. LUCILLE C LIPINSKI.

 

More About EDWARD KIPLINGER-JONES:

Burial: Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia

 

Marriage Notes for EDWARD KIPLINGER-JONES and LUCILLE LIPINSKI:

Edward and Lucille had no children. He worked for the federal government in Public Housing and  had such positions as Supervisory Auditor in San Francisco and Atlanta; Auditor Examiner in  Chicago, etc.

 

            iii.   MARIE HARRIET KIPLINGER-JONES, b. February 28, 1895; m. THOMAS WILBUR MAHONEY, June 02, 1925; b. December 20, 1889.

 

 

81.  NOAH F.7 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH CONRAY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born August 26, 1861, and died April 09, 1933 in Missouri.  He married MARRIAH ELIZABETH PEMBERTON March 09, 1903.  She was born October 19, 1856, and died October 27, 1944 in Missouri.

 

More About NOAH F. KIPLINGER:

Burial: Freedom Cemetery, Camden County, Missouri

 

Notes for MARRIAH ELIZABETH PEMBERTON:

 Mrs. M. E Kiplinger Dies At Osage Beach

 Dies at home of daughter, Mrs. Josie Jefferis Friday.

 Funeral Service Sunday

 

Mrs. Mariah E. Kiplinger died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Josie Jefferis of Osage Beach Mo Friday October 27 at the age of 80 after an illness of about a week.

Mariah E Pemberton was born October 19,1856. She was married to George Henson at the age of 15 years. He preceded her in death a few years later. She was married to Noah Kiplinger  in 1901. He preceded her in death in 1933.

 

She is survived by 4 children Mrs. Parilee Devore of Topeka Kansas,  Mrs. Delia Parish of Wichita Kansas,  Mrs. Josie Jefferis of Osage Beach Missouri, and   Mr Gilbert Henson of Montreal Missouri.

 

She also leaves 23 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren and other relatives.  She had been a member of the Baptist Church for many years.

 

Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 O'clock at the Freedom Church with burial in the Fredome Cemetery under the direction of

Bankson-Woolery Funeral Service.    Rev. Virgil Smith officiated at the service.

 

 

     

Children of NOAH KIPLINGER and MARRIAH PEMBERTON are:

              i.   PARILEE8 KIPLINGER.

             ii.   DELIA KIPLINGER.

            iii.   JOSIE KIPLINGER.

            iv.   GILBERT HENSON KIPLINGER.

 

 

82.  GEORGE K.7 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH CONRAY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 1865 in Ohio.  He married IDA M.. 

     

Child of GEORGE KIPLINGER and IDA M. is:

              i.   FLOSSIE8 KIPLINGER, b. March 1898, Ohio.

 

 

83.  VIOLA MAY7 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH CONRAY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born 1872, and died 1964.  She married CLYDE E BLOSE.  He was born 1869.

 

More About VIOLA MAY KIPLINGER:

Burial: Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Ohio

     

Children of VIOLA KIPLINGER and CLYDE BLOSE are:

              i.   JAMES ELWOOD8 BLOSE.

             ii.   RUHL WILLARD BLOSE.

            iii.   LETTIE ELIEN BLOSE.

            iv.   ETHEL CAROLINE BLOSE.

             v.   EMILY JOSEPHINE BLOSE.

            vi.   FLORENCE NELL BLOSE.

           vii.   JOHN HNERY BLOSE.

          viii.   JOSEPH PHILIP BLOSE.

            ix.   MARY LOUISE BLOSE.

 

 

84.  PHILIP WILBUR7 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH CONRAY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 29, 1879 in Champaign County, Ohio.  He married NORA BELLE HUPP September 26, 1901 in Ohio. 

     

Children of PHILIP KIPLINGER and NORA HUPP are:

100.       i.   LESTER LEROY8 KIPLINGER, b. June 21, 1903, Tremont City, Ohio.

101.      ii.   HELEN LOUSIE KIPLINGER, b. May 09, 1916, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

            iii.   PHILIP WILBUR KIPLINGER.

 

 

85.  AURELIA VEDA7 FISH (LUSETTA CAROLINE6 KIPLINGER, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 27, 1874 in Greenville, Darke Co., Ohio, and died February 24, 1945 in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio.  She married CHARLES WESLEY TANNER.  He was born November 09, 1872 in Ohio.

     

Child of AURELIA FISH and CHARLES TANNER is:

102.       i.   MARGARET JESSIE8 TANNER, b. November 14, 1900, Toledo, Lucas Co., Ohio; d. October 03, 1992, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

 

 

86.  EARL7 KIPLINGER (HARLOW ADAM6, GEORGE LEMUEL5, JOHN ADAM4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born March 01, 1887.  He married UNKNOWN. 

     

Child of EARL KIPLINGER and UNKNOWN is:

              i.   VICTOR HOWARD8 KIPLINGER.

 

 

87.  BETTIE LOVINA7 BECHTEL (JOHN6, ELIZABETH5 KIBLINGER, JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 01, 1860 in Knoxville, Knox County, Illinois, and died June 03, 1928 in Kansas.  She married ABEL S JOHNSON January 01, 1881 in Franklin County, Kansas.  He was born June 01, 1860 in Illinois.

 

More About BETTIE LOVINA BECHTEL:

Burial: Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas

     

Children of BETTIE BECHTEL and ABEL JOHNSON are:

              i.   FRED8 JOHNSON, b. March 1882.

             ii.   FLORA JOHNSON, b. November 06, 1883, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. April 23, 1970, Easton, Jefferson County, Kansas.

 

More About FLORA JOHNSON:

Burial: Highland Park Cemetery, Kansas City, Kansas

 

            iii.   ETHEL JOHNSON, b. August 1886, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas.

            iv.   EARL JOHNSON, b. February 1889, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. 1951.

             v.   MAY JOHNSON, b. December 1890, Princeton, Franklin County, Kansas; d. April 1946, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; m. (1) ROY DECKER; m. (2) PETER HUBBARD, 1925.

 

 

88.  JOHN ALPHA7 KIBLINGER (SYLVANUS M.6, JOHN5, JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born March 04, 1880 in German Township, Clark County,  Ohio, and died February 03, 1963 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.  He married MARY LYNETTA PARCELLS January 01, 1903 in Canton, Lincoln County, South Dakota.  She was born January 19, 1885 in South Dakota.

     

Child of JOHN KIBLINGER and MARY PARCELLS is:

103.       i.   MILLYBELLE8 KIBLINGER.

 

 

89.  HENRY LEE7 KIBLINGER (EDWARD LEE6, JOSEPH DANIEL5, DANIEL4 KIPLINGER, (JOHANNES) JOHN3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born December 17, 1900 in Page County, Virginia, and died November 1970 in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County,  Virginia.  He married EDITH JANE MYRTLE. 

 

More About HENRY LEE KIBLINGER:

Burial: Cornerstone Cemetery, Shenandoah, Virginia

     

Child of HENRY KIBLINGER and EDITH MYRTLE is:

              i.   EUGENE LEE8 KIBLINGER, b. July 27, 1924, Shenandoah, Page County, Virginia; d. October 19, 1984, Harrisburg, Harrisburg County, Virginia; m. LILLIAN A ARMENTROUT.

 

More About EUGENE LEE KIBLINGER:

Burial: Cornerstone Cemetery, Shenandoah, Virginia

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

90.  FAY GILBERT8 WHITTON (HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born September 05, 1898 in Occident, Rush County, and died February 20, 1982 in New Castle, Henry County,  Indiana.  He married (1) MARY.    He married (2) AGNES IRENE.  She was born 1907, and died 1960.  He married (3) ANNA MARIE PITTS August 31, 1915.  She was born December 06, 1898, and died March 21, 1925.

 

Notes for FAY GILBERT WHITTON:

Funeral Services were held at Marshall Funeral Home, Dublin, Indiana.

Reverend Marion L. Hickman conducted the service.

 

More About FAY GILBERT WHITTON:

Burial: February 23, 1982, East Hill Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana

 

Notes for ANNA MARIE PITTS:

Death was caused by influenza.

     

Children of FAY WHITTON and ANNA PITTS are:

104.       i.   MARY OLIVE9 WHITTON, b. April 22, 1919, Mays, Rush County, Indiana.

105.      ii.   FAY EUGENE WHITTON, b. May 25, 1921.

            iii.   NORMAN ELIEEN WHITTON, b. February 28, 1923; d. February 01, 1926, Mays, Rush County, Indiana.

106.     iv.   ROBERT LAVERNE WHITTON, b. October 17, 1924.

 

 

91.  TRACY BENJAMIN8 WHITTON (HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born June 27, 1905, and died September 1967.  He married (1) CORETTA.    He married (2) HELEN.    He married (3) LOUISE CRITCHFIELD September 12, 1947 in Denver, Colorado.  She was born June 07, 1914, and died March 10, 2000 in Phoenix, Arizona.

 

Notes for TRACY BENJAMIN WHITTON:

His first two marriages ended in divorce.  

 

More About TRACY BENJAMIN WHITTON:

Burial: Campground Cemetery in Greenville, Illinois

 

More About LOUISE CRITCHFIELD:

Burial: Campground Cemetery in Greenville, Illinois

     

Child of TRACY WHITTON and CORETTA is:

              i.   DUANE9 WHITTON, b. Abt. 1934.

 

 

92.  GERALD MILLER8 WHITTON (HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born October 25, 1911 in Mays, Rush County, Indiana, and died April 14, 1984 in Lewisville, Franklin Township, Henry County, Indiana (died at Henry County Memorial Hospital, New Castle, Indiana).  He married REBECCA LOCKE December 1932. 

 

Notes for GERALD MILLER WHITTON:

NEWSPAPER OBITUARY

 

LEWISVILLE - Gerald M. Whitton, 72, died early Saturday at Henry County Memorial Hospital in New Castle following emergency surgery on Friday.  Mr. Whitton was a native of Mays.

 

Services will be 10:30 am Tuesday at the United Presbyterian Church in Lewisville, with Rev. Arthur Whitaker officiating.  burial will follow in Lewisville Cemetery.  Visitation is at Marshall Funeral home in Dublin

Monday from 2 to 9 pm, and Tuesday from 9 am until services at the church.

 

Mr. Whitton was born in Mays, and attended Elementary School and High School there.  He lived for 49 years in Lewisville, retired from Chrysler Corp. in New Castle in 1977 after 43 and a half years of service and was active in

4-H photography and the Rural Youth of Henry County.

 

Mr. Whitton was a member of Lewisville  United Presbyterian Church, where he was  elder and stated clerk of the church.  He and his wife Rebecca celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary in December 1983.

 

Survivors other than his wife include two sons:  Gerald E. Whitton of Anderson;  Paul P. Whitton of Mt. Clemens, Michigan;;  four daughters:  Mrs. Judith Schwab of Greenwood;  Mrs. Joan Benson of Charleston, South Carolina;  Mrs. Scarlett Minton of Noblesville;  and Mrs. Ruthanne Pierce of Lewisville;  18 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

 

More About GERALD MILLER WHITTON:

Burial: April 17, 1984, Lewisville Cemetery, Franklin Township, Henry County, Indiana

     

Children of GERALD WHITTON and REBECCA LOCKE are:

107.       i.   GERALD EUGENE9 WHITTON, b. January 26, 1934, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.

108.      ii.   PAUL PHILIP WHITTON, b. July 30, 1935, Henry County, Indiana.

109.     iii.   JOAN ROSALIE WHITTON, b. September 26, 1938.

110.     iv.   JUDITH ARLENE WHITTON, b. May 01, 1937.

111.      v.   SCARLETT MARTHENA WHITTON, b. May 26, 1940, Lewisville, Henry County, Indiana.

            vi.   RUTHANNE WHITTON.

 

 

93.  GLEN D.8 KIPLINGER (HENRY J.7, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born June 06, 1899, and died October 17, 1954.

 

More About GLEN D. KIPLINGER:

Burial: Round Hill Cemetery

     

Child of GLEN D. KIPLINGER is:

              i.   GLENN F.9 KIPLINGER.

 

 

94.  WILBUR MARION8 CAVITT (ORA CHESTER7, AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born June 03, 1899 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, and died March 31, 1985 in Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana.  He married (1) VIVIAN ANN EDMISTER January 08, 1921 in Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana, daughter of LEONARD EDMISTER and NELLIE SNODERLY.  She was born April 07, 1900 in Salem, Marion County, Oregon, and died March 31, 1971 in Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana.  He married (2) MARGARET FLADMARK April 05, 1973 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.  She was born August 24, 1910 in Bonner, Montana, and died July 27, 1999 in Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana.

 

More About WILBUR MARION CAVITT:

Burial: Glacier Memorial Gardens, Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana

 

More About VIVIAN ANN EDMISTER:

Burial: Glacier Memorial Gardens, Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana

     

Children of WILBUR CAVITT and VIVIAN EDMISTER are:

112.       i.   BETTY VIVIAN9 CAVITT, b. September 09, 1922.

             ii.   WILLIAM MARION CAVITT, b. August 29, 1927, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana; m. (1) ROSEMARY COLE; m. (2) DARLENE KESSLER.

            iii.   MILDRED ANNETTE CAVITT, b. September 20, 1924, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana; m. FRED SONNEMAKER.

            iv.   LUCILLE CAVITT, b. July 30, 1930, Shelby, Toole County, Montana.

 

 

95.  ORA VIRGIL8 CAVITT (ORA CHESTER7, AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born August 09, 1900 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, and died December 19, 1975.  She married ADOLPH AUGUSTUS BRAND.  He was born May 04, 1895 in Washington, Montana, and died December 1975 in Tacoma, Washington.

 

Marriage Notes for ORA CAVITT and ADOLPH BRAND:

Virgil and Adolph lived near Yelm, owning a dairy farm on the county line of Pierce and Thurston counties, Washington for 35 years.  Adolph had a large apple orchard.  They moved to Tacoma in 1965.  Virgil was buried May 15 1971 in Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, Washington.

 

     

Children of ORA CAVITT and ADOLPH BRAND are:

              i.   ROBERT9 BRAND, b. August 22, 1922, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana; d. December 27, 1990, Tacoma, Washington; m. MELANIE LICKVERS, August 22, 1949, Wiesbadan, Germany.

             ii.   LORRAINE BRAND, b. December 31, 1924, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana; d. January 18, 2000, Yakima, Washington.

            iii.   RICHARD HARLAND BRAND, b. October 26, 1927; d. October 22, 1997, Fairbanks, Alaska.

            iv.   MARCELYN JEAN BRAND, b. January 23, 1929, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana; d. May 14, 1975, San Bernardino, California; m. GEORGE NEISER, July 31, 1948, Tacoma, Washington; d. October 23, 2000, Chandler, Arizona.

 

More About MARCELYN JEAN BRAND:

Burial: Montecito Memorial Park Cemetery

 

             v.   JOYCE MARIE BRAND, b. May 03, 1933, Yelm, Washington; m. TONY MONTORA, January 19, 1974, San Jose, California; b. San Francisco, California.

            vi.   JAMES BRAND, b. January 11, 1936, Tacoma, Washington.

           vii.   MARLENE ANNA MAE BRAND, b. March 24, 1938, Tacoma, Washington.

          viii.   CAROL LEE MARIE BRAND, b. 1943, Tacoma, Washington.

 

 

96.  JOSEPH HARROLD8 KIPLINGER (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN7, DANIEL F.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born August 11, 1919 in Henry County, Indiana.  He married LELA ELOISE SCOTT September 07, 1940 in Knightstown, Henry County, Indiana, daughter of CHARLES JR. and RUBY LEMAY.  She was born March 19, 1925 in Henry County, Indiana.

     

Children of JOSEPH KIPLINGER and LELA SCOTT are:

113.       i.   BARBARA JO9 KIPLINGER, b. August 14, 1941, Henry County, Indiana.

114.      ii.   SARAH JANE KIPLINGER, b. September 10, 1946, New Castle, Henry County, Indiana.

            iii.   WANDA LOU KIPLINGER, b. August 13, 1948; d. September 2000.

115.     iv.   CHARLES BENJAMIN KIPLINGER, b. January 31, 1954.

             v.   TERESA ANN KIPLINGER, b. January 26, 1960.

            vi.   LINDA KAY KIPLINGER, b. June 12, 1962.

 

 

97.  LAWRENCE MOORE8 KIPLINGER (CLIFFORD L.7, DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 17, 1887, and died June 1978.  He married MARGARET MCJIMSEY April 26, 1913. 

 

Notes for LAWRENCE MOORE KIPLINGER:

last residence Santa Barbara, California

     

Child of LAWRENCE KIPLINGER and MARGARET MCJIMSEY is:

              i.   JOHN AMOS9 KIPLINGER, b. June 13, 1914; d. November 05, 1932.

 

 

98.  WILLARD MONROE8 KIPLINGER (CLARENCE ELMER7, DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born January 08, 1891 in Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio, and died August 1968 in Washington, District Of Columbia, DC.  He married IRENE AUSTIN June 20, 1914. 

 

Notes for WILLARD MONROE KIPLINGER:

Journalist, publisher; born in Bellefontaine, Ohio. He graduated from Ohio State University's new journalism program (1912) and worked for the Associated Press (1914--20). He started with a one-page weekly, The Kiplinger Washington Letter (1923), and added a series of newsletters focusing on economic and business affairs. In 1947 he started the monthly magazine Changing Times. He organized the Washington Journalism Center in 1965.

 

Willard M. Kiplinger launched one of the first modern newsletters, The Kiplinger Washington Letter, in 1923. The weekly four-page bulletin is still in print and also available online. It is written for businesspeople, helping them to understand and predict the effect of government activity on their businesses. Kiplinger prided himself on the "insider" idea and he is generally credited with inventing the style most of us associate with newsletters today -- short, pointed items written in a  plain-speaking, no-frills style by people with access to important information. Kiplingers mission was to interpret the news, not just to report it, and he advised readers how to respond to and profit from events.

 

Today the weekly Kiplinger Washington Letter is the most widely circulated business-outlook letter in America. It sells for $48 per year and has over 350,000 paid subscribers. His publishing company outlived Willard Kiplinger and grew far beyond the original newsletter. It currently publishes a number of successful newsletters, software, books, videos and magazines,  including Kiplingers Personal Finance Magazine.

     

Children of WILLARD KIPLINGER and IRENE AUSTIN are:

116.       i.   AUSTIN9 KIPLINGER.

             ii.   JANE ANN KIPLINGER.

 

 

99.  CLARANCE G.8 KIPLINGER (CLARENCE ELMER7, DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born October 21, 1896 in Ohio, and died Abt. 1963.  He married JEANNETTE C BOGART June 26, 1923.  She was born June 19, 1900.

     

Children of CLARANCE KIPLINGER and JEANNETTE BOGART are:

              i.   DANIEL G.9 KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1925.

117.      ii.   WILLET BOGART KIPLINGER, b. Abt. 1925.

 

 

100.  LESTER LEROY8 KIPLINGER (PHILIP WILBUR7, JOSEPH CONRAY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born June 21, 1903 in Tremont City, Ohio.  He married MILDRED REED August 10, 1932 in Youngsville, Louisiana.  She was born October 20, 1908.

 

Marriage Notes for LESTER KIPLINGER and MILDRED REED:

Lester and his family lived in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where Lester worked in the

office supply business.

     

Children of LESTER KIPLINGER and MILDRED REED are:

              i.   SANDRA9 KIPLINGER, b. July 12, 1935, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

             ii.   PHILIP REED KIPLINGER, b. June 20, 1940, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

 

 

101.  HELEN LOUSIE8 KIPLINGER (PHILIP WILBUR7, JOSEPH CONRAY6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born May 09, 1916 in Lake Charles, Louisiana.  She married (1) JULIAN LOUIS HEIMENDINGER October 01, 1938.  He was born February 18, 1917 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and died September 28, 1944.  She married (2) MOHNS MONTGOMERY THORTON March 02, 1949.  He was born March 21, 1920 in Birmingham, Alabama.

 

Notes for HELEN LOUSIE KIPLINGER:

Helen's first husband Julian died in 1944, shortly after Jerianne was born. Julian was a Capitan USAF, KIA, WW II, a pilot of a B-17. Helen them married Mohns in 1949. Mohns was in the South Pacific Theater, a Naval Officer of destroyers with the rank of Commander in USNR. They live in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

     

Children of HELEN KIPLINGER and JULIAN HEIMENDINGER are:

              i.   KIP WALKER9 HEIMENDINGER, b. July 11, 1939, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

 

Notes for KIP WALKER HEIMENDINGER:

 Notes for KIP WALKER HEIMENDINGER:

Kip graduated from the Auburn University, Alabama with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He  was an ensign in the US Navy.

 

             ii.   JERIANNE HEIMENDINGER, b. July 25, 1944, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

 

 

102.  MARGARET JESSIE8 TANNER (AURELIA VEDA7 FISH, LUSETTA CAROLINE6 KIPLINGER, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born November 14, 1900 in Toledo, Lucas Co., Ohio, and died October 03, 1992 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.  She married RALPH EMERSON RAMEY September 18, 1925 in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio.  He was born August 31, 1898 in Ohio.

     

Children of MARGARET TANNER and RALPH RAMEY are:

              i.   JOHN HENRY9 RAMEY.

             ii.   RALPH EMERSON RAMEY.

118.     iii.   MARGARET LOUSIE RAMEY.

 

 

103.  MILLYBELLE8 KIBLINGER (JOHN ALPHA7, SYLVANUS M.6, JOHN5, JACOB4, JACOB3 KIPLINGER, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)  She married DONALD MCKINNEY WALLACE.  He was born July 11, 1897 in Medway, Clark Co., Ohio, and died November 27, 1975.

 

More About DONALD MCKINNEY WALLACE:

Burial: New Carlisle, Clark Co., OH

     

Children of MILLYBELLE KIBLINGER and DONALD WALLACE are:

              i.   WILLIAM CLARK9 WALLACE.

             ii.   DONALD KIBLINGER WALLACE.

            iii.   JOSEPH PARCELLS WALLACE.

            iv.   RICHARD HUGH WALLACE.

             v.   NANCY LYNN WALLACE.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

104.  MARY OLIVE9 WHITTON (FAY GILBERT8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born April 22, 1919 in Mays, Rush County, Indiana.  She married FREDERICK MYRL JOHNSON 1938 in Henry County, Indiana.  He was born March 18, 1914, and died March 20, 1993 in Eustis, Florida.

 

 

 

105.  FAY EUGENE9 WHITTON (FAY GILBERT8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born May 25, 1921.  He married MARGENE CLARK August 25, 1951 in Texas. 

 

 

 

106.  ROBERT LAVERNE9 WHITTON (FAY GILBERT8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born October 17, 1924.  He married MARY ANN GORMAN September 10, 1945 in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana.  She was born June 01, 1926, and died November 09, 1999 in IU medical center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

 

 

107.  GERALD EUGENE9 WHITTON (GERALD MILLER8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born January 26, 1934 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana.  He married (1) MARY ALMA ATKINS August 29, 1953.    He married (2) MONA GIRTON August 24, 1968 in Anderson, Madison County, Indiana.  She was born September 01, 1934.

 

 

108.  PAUL PHILIP9 WHITTON (GERALD MILLER8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born July 30, 1935 in Henry County, Indiana.  He married ARLINE JULIA D'AMICO September 01, 1956 in The Church of Jesus Christ in Detroit, Michigan.  She was born March 30, 1937.

 

 

 

109.  JOAN ROSALIE9 WHITTON (GERALD MILLER8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born September 26, 1938.  She married PAUL REVERE BENSON JR July 05, 1958 in Lewisville Presbyterian Church, Lewisville, Henry County, Indiana. 

 

 

110.  JUDITH ARLENE9 WHITTON (GERALD MILLER8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born May 01, 1937.  She married RAYMOND EDWARD SCHWAB August 20, 1955 in Lewisville Presbyterian Church, Lewisville, Henry County, Indiana.  He died November 1998.

 

 

 

111.  SCARLETT MARTHENA9 WHITTON (GERALD MILLER8, HARRIET ELIZABETH7 KIPLINGER, GEORGE THOMAS6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born May 26, 1940 in Lewisville, Henry County, Indiana.  She married PAUL ROBERT (BOB) MINTON May 27, 1961 in Lewisville Presbyterian Church, Lewisville, Henry County, Indiana.  

 

 

 

 

112.  BETTY VIVIAN9 CAVITT (WILBUR MARION8, ORA CHESTER7, AMANDA JANE6 KIPLINGER, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born September 09, 1922.  She married (1) JAMES HENRY SNELL March 23, 1940, son of JAMES SNELL and MATILDA ROSSMILLER.  He was born October 26, 1916 in Genou, Montana, and died August 1982 in Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana.  She married (2) VICTOR BJORNRUD July 16, 1976, son of EMANUEL BJORNRUD and CARRIE NELSON.  He was born April 26, 1911 in Lower Valley, Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana, and died December 09, 1999 in Kalispell Regional Medical Center, Kalispell County, Flathead.

 

 

 

113.  BARBARA JO9 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH HARROLD8, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN7, DANIEL F.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born August 14, 1941 in Henry County, Indiana.  She married DONALD LEON MEADE May 11, 1957 in Straughn Methodist Church, Henry County, Indiana, son of JESSE MEADE and MARTHA BALL.  He was born February 18, 1938 in Henry County, Indiana.

     

 

 

 

114.  SARAH JANE9 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH HARROLD8, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN7, DANIEL F.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born September 10, 1946 in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana.

     

 

 

 

115.  CHARLES BENJAMIN9 KIPLINGER (JOSEPH HARROLD8, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN7, DANIEL F.6, JOHN W.5, JOHN W.4, PHILIP3, JOHANN PHILIP2, PETER1 KUPLINGER) was born January 31, 1954.  He married SANDY HOWARD June 25, 1983.  She was born September 01, 1956.

 

 

 

116.  AUSTIN9 KIPLINGER (WILLARD MONROE8, CLARENCE ELMER7, DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)  He married MARY LOUISE COBB. 

     

 

 

117.  WILLET BOGART9 KIPLINGER (CLARANCE G.8, CLARENCE ELMER7, DANIEL E.6, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1) was born Abt. 1925.  He married CAROL HINSMAN. 

     

 

118.  MARGARET LOUSIE9 RAMEY (MARGARET JESSIE8 TANNER, AURELIA VEDA7 FISH, LUSETTA CAROLINE6 KIPLINGER, PHILIP ANTHONY5, DANIEL4, JACOB3, JOHANN DANIEL2 KUPLINGER, PETER1)  She married STANLEY WAYNE HARSHFIELD.