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101 !DEATH: Died of brain cancer.

!BURIAL: Buried at Washington Heights Memorial Park, Ogden, Weber, Utah. 
Atkinson, Frances Myrtle (I87)
 
102 !DEATH: Died of diphtheria, age 5. (From email from Neil Duresky (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 15 Aug 1997.) Whipple, Charlie (I9594)
 
103 !DEATH: Died of smallpox. Hutchins, William Lieutenant (I726)
 
104 !DEATH: Henry E. Whipple, A Brief Genealogy of the Whipple Families Who Settled in Rhode Island (Providence: A. Crawford Greene, 1873), p. 59.

!SOURCE: David Jillson, "Descendants of Capt. John Whipple, of Providence, R.I.," New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, 32 (1878): 406.

!SOURCE: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850. Vol. 9, Seekonk (Including East Providence), Pawtucket and Newman Congregational Church. (Providence: Narragansett Historical Pub. Co., 1897), p. 593.

!SOURCE: Will of wife's sister, Lydia (Bowen) Dexter, widow of Capt. John Dexter, "late of Pr[ovidence] deceased." dated 24 Nov 1788, proved 9 Apr 1793, p. 196-197. Abstracted in "Abstracts Providence Wills," R.I. Genealogical Register, 15:61.

!SOURCE: Vital Records of Attleborough, Bristol Co., MA to the end of the year 1849 [compact disc]: Attleborough Births (Wheat Ridge, Colo.: Search & ReSearch Pub. Corp., c 1998), p. 285.

!SOURCE: Vital Records of Attleborough, Bristol Co., Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849: Attleborough Marriages, p. 602.

!SOURCE: Vital Records of Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts: Rehoboth Marriages & Intentions, p. 395.

!SOURCE: Email from Beth Hurd to Weldon Whipple, 24 Feb 2006. Cites a 4-sided monument in the Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Rhode Island, which reads:
WHIPPLE
(front, hand pointing to heaven)
Jeremiah Whipple, of Cumberland,
born April 7, 1748, died Feb. 15, 1819
Nancy, wife of Jeremiah Whipple, & daughter of James Dexter
born Dec. 22, 1761, died April 6, 1856
(stone by P. Lobdell)
(side)
Bela Whipple, son of Jeremiah & Nancy Whipple
born April 7, 1792, died July 12, 1817
His virtue will embalm his memory
Nancy D. Whipple, died Jan. 19, 1867, in the 67th year of her age
E'er with the Lord.
Louisa Whipple, died Nov. 22, 1868, in the 73rd year of her age
Simple in ...
(side)
Hon. Jeremiah Whipple, of Cumberland,
died Jan. 27, 1801, aged 85 years
His virtues will embalm his memory
Hannah, wife of Jere'h Whipple, & daughter of Dr.Thomas Bowen of Rehoboth,
died May 6, 1814, aged 93 years
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord
(side)
Hannah, daughter of Jer'h Whipple
born May 11, 1750, died Feb. 2, 1806, aged 56 years
Betsey, daughter of Jer'h Whipple
born May 24, 1752, died July 30, 1847, aged 96 years
Precious ... but the Lord ....
is the death of his ...
 
Whipple, Jeremiah (I8206)
 
105 !DEATH: http://members.aol.com/GFSBrenda/Whipple.html gives death date of 12 Jul 1698, Providence, RI.

!MARRIAGE: Variant date: 9 Mar 1666.

!SOURCE: John Osborne Austin, _Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island (Albany, N.Y., 1887; reprint ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978) p. 222.

!SOURCE: Clair A. Hemenway Newton, Captain John Whipple, 1617-1685, and His Descendants (Naperville, Ill., 1946), p. 52.

!SOURCE: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, Vol. 2, Providence, Part 1 (Providence: Narragansett Historical Pub. Co., 1892), p. 140.

!SOURCE: Email from N. Combs to Weldon Whipple, 4 Sep 2002. Cites Records of the First Church at Dorchester in New England, 1636-1734 (birth date). 
Whipple, Mary (I372)
 
106 !DEATH: Place from last page of a typescript of her brother Edson Whipple's diary, in possission of Weldon Whipple. Edson states that Dimmis died in Milford, Oswego County, N.Y. However, (present-day, at least) Milford is actually in nearby Otsego County.

!SOURCE: GEDCOM file from Loren Dahling to the Whipple Website, 6 Nov 1998. 
Whipple, Dimmis (I673)
 
107 !DEATH: Prior to 1913, Clifton, Franklin, and Dayton were part of Oneida County, Idaho. In that year, Franklin County was created from a portion of Oneida. The three towns are now in Franklin County, Idaho.

!BIRTH: Huntingdonshire was later subsumed by Cambridgeshire.

!OCCUPATION: Farmer and sheepman.

!SOURCE: Gravestone in the Dayton Cemetery, Dayton, Idaho. 
Atkinson, Frederick Henry (I134)
 
108 !DEATH: reported by Erline Atkinson Whipple to Weldon Whipple on 24 JAN 1988; Death date corrected in second telephone call from Erline the next day, 25 JAN.

!MARRIAGE: Family group sheet received from Erline Atkinson Whipple show marriage date of 13 Jul 1955 (instead of 30 Jul 1955). 
Atkinson, Pearl Eva (I145)
 
109 !DEATH: Some sources give death date: 17 MAR 1772 ae 77. Others give 7 Mar 1772.

!SOURCE: Michel L. Call, Royal Ancestors of some L.D.S. Families (1972), p. 110. This source incorrectly gives Ensign William Hutchins as the father-in-law of Hepsibah Cressey, when in fact he is the second husband of Hepsibah.

!SOURCE: Anna W. Bentley, 2844 Wilshire Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84109.

!SOURCE: Edson Whipple Family Organization microfilm.

!PROBATE: Will of Wm. Hutchins dated Aug 1764 filed 1 Apr 1772 Allowed 4 May 1772. Ser A Case 32642, Harvard, Mass.:
In the Name of God Amen, I William Hutchins of Harvard in the County of Worcester, Gentleman, this _____ day of August A D 1764 being of sound and disposing mind and memory though advanced in years and considering my own mortality think fit to make and ordain my last will and testament which is as follows viz:

Imprimis Recommending my soul to God through the mercy of the Redeemer I order my body at my decease to be decently buried by my executrix herein after named

Item I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin Hutchins one shilling to be paid by my executrix herein after named on demand.

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Atherton one shilling to be paid by my executrix herein after named on demand.

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Abigail Whitney one shilling to be paid by my executrix herein after named on demand.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Gordon Hutchins one shilling to be paid by my executrix herein after named on demand

Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hutchins one shilling to be paid by my executrix herein after named on demand

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Betty Whitney one shilling to be paid by my executrix herein after named on demand

Item I give and bequeath to my son Johathan Hutchins my gun.

Item I give and bequeath to my Beloved wife Hepsibah, the use and improvement of all the rest and residue of my estate of what nature or kind soever for and during the term she shall remain my widow and upon her marrying again or decease which ever shall happen first I then give and devise all the same estate to my three children viz: Jonathan Hutchins, Esther Hutchins and David Hutchins and their heirs equally to be divided between them.

Lastly I appoint my beloved wife Hepsibah executrix of this my last will and testament and hereby revoking all other wills and bequeaths. I ordain this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal the day and year above said.

Signed sealed published and declared by the said William Hutchins the testator to be his last will and testament before us who in his presence subscribed and named as witnesses Benj. Davis, Joseph Clarke Jr., Johathan Cressey, Benjamin Davis Jr.

Signed William Hutchins

 
Hutchins, William Ensign (I728)
 
110 !DEATH: Variant date: 12 Sep 1724.

!SOURCE: Edson Whipple Family Organization microfilm.

!MARRIAGE: Variant date: 18 Aug 1710 
Safford, John (I607)
 
111 !Death: w.p. 7 Nov 1667, at age 82

!SOURCE: Records of Weldon L. Whipple 
Elizabeth (I1367)
 
112 !DEATH: Will probated 13 Oct 1614.

!SOURCE: Charles M. Whipple, Sons and Daughters of Jesse (Oklahoma City: Southwestern Press, 1976), p. 17.

!SOURCE: http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~dstanwyc/genes/D0006/G0000168.html, on the World Wide Web, 17 Oct 1997.

!SOURCE: Printout (dated 18 Oct 1997) of the Sprague Database mailed by Dick Weber to the Whipple Web Site. 
Sprague, Edward (I2589)
 
113 !Died at age 100

!SOURCE: Family records of Weldon L. Whipple 
Miles, Mary (I1438)
 
114 !Died at age 71

!Title: "Bluemantle" 11th Baron Dacre

!SOURCE: Records of Weldon L. Whipple

!SOURCE: Anna Walser Bentley, 2844 Wilshire Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah 84109. !(April 1973). 
Leonard, Sampson (I1392)
 
115 !Died in infancy. Penrod, Sarah Evelyn (I952)
 
116 !Died in infancy. Penrod, Polly Elmina (I954)
 
117 !DNA: Email from Dale Lutz (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 1 Feb 2016-5 Feb 2016. Dale reports that his maternal uncle--a patrilineal Whipple descendant of this Henry Whipple--had a Y chromosome DNA 67 test at FamilyTree DNA. The test showed his uncle as a member of the R1b haplogroup, showing fairly conclusively that Henry Whipple is a patrilineal descendant of Captain John Whipple of Rhode Island, rather than his previously identified father Ezra Whipple (RIN 3549) and his wife Abigail Harwood. Dale suggests that Henry might be the son of Luther Whipple (RIN 15532) and Eunice Gates. Luther is a patrilineal descendant of Captain John Whipple of Rhode Island.

!SOURCE: GEDCOM file from Dale Lutz (undisclosed at example dot net) to the Whipple Web Site, 29 Oct 1997

!RESIDENCES: Moved to Switzerland Co.(?), Indiana 1820. --D. Lutz. According to J. Lahr-Kreischer, Henry left New York and settled in Coles County, Illinois, which later became a part of Cumberland County, Illinois. He then relocated to Indiana, where the last six of his seven children were born. He returned to Cumberland Co., Illinois, where he died 19 Mar 1848, as did Eunice in 1868.

!DEATH: Coles Or Clark Co., Illinois --D. Lutz

!IDENTITY: One Of 3-5 Whipple brothers from Germany (or parents were) --D. Lutz Joanne Lahr-Kreischer, in email to the Whipple Web Site, 14 Nov 1997, says that Henry is actually the 5th child of Ezra and Abigail (Harwood) Whipple. Tim Paterson (undisclosed at example dot net) shows Henry's parents as Preserved and Olive (Ballou) Whipple. Preserved is RIN 10924.

!RESIDENCES: Lived In New York, Moved To Illinois 1815-16.

!SOURCE: Family group sheet from Timothy J. Paterson (undisclosed at example dot net) to the Whipple Website, mailed 1 Nov 1998. Gives birth place as Cumberland County, Rhode Island; marriage and death place as Coles County, Illinois.

!BURIAL: Macedonia Baptist Cemetery. --T.J. Paterson

!SOURCE: Email from Sarah Kilgalen (undisclosed at example dot net) to the Whipple Website, 8 Jan 2015. She writes:
Henry was born in Rhode Island according to my great Aunt. She had letters from the "Rhode Island" side of the family. I know that many, many resources place Henry's birth in NY. But He was born in Rhode Island.
 
Whipple, Henry (I12429)
 
118 !HONORS: One of the electors of Thomas Jefferson. (Lights and Shadows of a Long Episcopate / Henry Benjamin Whipple. -- New York : Macmillan, 1902, p. 1)

!SOURCE: Charles H. Whipple, Genealogy of the Whipple-Wright Wager Ward-Pell McLean-Burnet Families (1917), p. 55-56. 
Wager, Henry (I9508)
 
119 !Hugh W. Law Record. Bocock, Edward (I1744)
 
120 !Hugh W. Law Record. Stockes, Jane (I1745)
 
121 !Hugh W. Law Record. Bocock, Edward (I1746)
 
122 !IDENTITY: A pioneer of the American automobile industry, Ransom Eli Olds founded the Olds Motor Vehicle Comlpany in Lansing, Michigan on 21 Aug 1897. Oldsmobile automobiles are named after Ransom Eli Olds. --Wikipedia.

!SOURCE: _The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Being the History of the United States_ (New York: J.T. White, 1942), F:392-3.

!SOURCE: Email from Blaine Whipple to Weldon Whipple, 12 Sep 1998.

!SOURCE: Email from Joanne Lahr-Kreischer, 20 Sep 2001.

!SOURCE: Blaine Whipple, 15 Generations of Whipples: Descendants of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Abt 1590-1647: An American Story (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 2007), 2:G577, 2:G759-G763. 
Olds, Ransom Eli (I24472)
 
123 !IDENTITY: David Jillson, "Descendants of Capt. John Whipple, of Providence, R.I.," New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, 32 (1878): 405, does not mention Zephania.

!SOURCE: Email from R. Gilebarto to the Whipple Web Site, 7 Feb 1998.

!SOURCE: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, The Eddy Family In America (Boston: Eddy Family Association, 1930), p. 52.

!SOURCE: Email from N. Combs to Weldon Whipple, 11 Nov 2003. Cites Probate Records of Norwich, Connecticut, Vols. 1-3. Gives death before 8 May 1767. 
Whipple, Zephaniah (I648)
 
124 !IDENTITY: James N. Arnold's Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, volume 3 (Providence County), part 6 (Smithfield), p. 105-106 lists two births for Richard Mowrys:
  • p. 105: Richard Mowry, b. 18 Apr 1748 to Ananias Mowry and Zerviah
  • p. 106: Richard Mowry, b. 11 Feb 1754 [sic] to Joseph ([son] of Capt. Daniel) and Anne
Richard Mowry (the Preacher) is the latter, b. 11 Feb 1754 in Smithfield (according to to Arnold). The first is another person, RIN 42166 in this database.

!SOURCE: William Augustus Mowry, A Family History: Richard Mowry, of Uxbridge, Mass.: His Ancestors and His Descendants. (Providence: Sidney S. Rider, 1878; reprint ed., Charleston, S.C.: BiblioLife, 2010), pp. 113-180. Gives birth 11 Feb 1748/9. (This differs from the 11 Feb 1754 birth date given by James N. Arnold's Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, volume 3 (Providence County), part 6 (Smithfield), p. 106: "Richard Mowry, b. 11 Feb 1754 to Joseph ([son] of Capt. Daniel) and Anne."). W.A. Mowry lists three marriages, to (1) Phebe Smith, (2) Huldah Harris, and (3) Isabel Chace.

!SOURCE: Email from N. Combs to Weldon Whipple, 6 Sep 2010, noting the following:
While Arnold's VRs does give the date of February 11, 1754, the Vital Records of Uxbridge, MA to the Year 1850 notes his date of birth as "11th day, 2d mo. 1749" which corresponds to the secondary source of the William Augustus Mowry book as well as the grave stone information.


!SOURCE: Email from Matthew Fatale (undisclosed at example dot net) to the Whipple Website, 12 Aug 2010. Cites a photo of Richard's gravestone at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2365618&GRid=56944804& , which gives his death date 23 Jan 1835, at the age of 86. Death at age 86 reinforces the 11 Feb 1748/9 birth date given by William Augustus Mowry and the Vital Records of Uxbridge, MA to the Year 1850.

!SOURCE: Email from N. Combs to Weldon Whipple, 28 Jul 2004. Cites entry in The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume II (1904)
MOWRY, William Augustus, author, was born in Uxbridge, Mass., Aug. 13, 1829; son of Jonathan and Hannah (Brayton) Mowry; grandson of Gideon and Ruth (Wheeler) Mowry; great-grandson of Richard (the preacher) and Huldah (Harris) Mowry; great2-grandson of Joseph {19587} and Anne (Whipple) {56285} Mowry, and great3-grandson of Captain Daniel {11741} and Mary (Steere) {42546} Mowry. He attended Phillips academy and Brown university, and was principal of the English high school at Providence, R.I., 1859-64. He served as captain in the 11th R.I. volunteer infantry, 1862-63; was senior principal of the English and Classical school at Providence, 1864-84; superintendent of schools, Cranston, R.I., 1864-66, and editor of the Journal of Education, Boston, Mass., 1884-86, and Education, 1886-91. He was a member of the school board of Providence, R.I., 1869-75, and of Boston, 1889-91; superintendent of schools at Salem, Mass., 1891-94; president of the Rhode Island Institute of Instruction, 1864-66; of the American Institute of Instruction, 1880-82; of the Massachusetts council of the American Institute of Civics, 1885-87 ;of the Martha's Vineyard summer institute from 1878; of the department of higher education, National Educational association, in 1889; became a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the New England Historic Genealogical society, and the National Council of Education in 1880; a corresponding member of the Rhode Island Historical society; of the Oregon Historical society, and was one of the founders and a member of the American Historical society. In 1902 he had given more than two thousand lectures, mostly on historical and educational subjects, in various states, thus addressing over one hundred thousand teachers. He is the author of: Who Invented the American Steamboat? (1874); The Descendants of Nathaniel Mowry (1878); A Family History (1878); Political Education in the Schools (1878); The School Curriculum and Business Life (1881); Talks with My Boys (1884); Studies in Civil Government (1888); A National University (1889); Elements of Civil Government (1890); Talks with Boys (revised, 1892); Annual Report of the Superintendent of Schools, Salem, Mass. (4 vols., 1891-94); War Stories (1892); Sunshine upon the Psalms (1892); Lov'st Thou Me More than These? (1892); Art Decorations for School Rooms (1892); Difficulties attending the Organization of our National Government in 1789; A History of the United States (1896); First Steps in the History of Our Country (1898); American Inventions and Inventors (1900); Marcus Whitman and the Early Days of Oregon (1901), and Territorial Growth of the United States (1902).
Also cites Arnold's VR3:6:106, Smithfield 1:37 (birth); and 7:170 Smithfield Friends Record (marriage).

!SOURCE: "Descendants of Anne Whipple," email from N. Combs to Weldon Whipple, 14 Oct 2004. Cites Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850 (birth [11 Feb 1754], marriage).

!SOURCE: Email from Anne Billeter (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 27 Feb 2008. Cites "A Family History. Richard Mowry, of Uxbridge, Mass.: his ancestors and his descendants," by William A. Mowry. Providence: Sidney S. Rider, Publisher, 1878. Gives birth 11 Feb 1748/49. 
Mowry, Richard the Preacher (I94326)
 
125 !IDENTITY: Might be the same person as John William [8] (b. abt 1832, of Canaserga, N.Y.), Joseph [7] (b. bef 1800, of Townshend, Windham, Vermont), John [6] (1757-1846, b. Westborough, Mass.), Edwards [5] (1722-1777, Ipswich, Mass.), Jonathan [4] (1679-1757, Ipswich, Mass.), Joseph [3] (abt 1640-1708 or 9, Ipswich, Mass.), Matthew [2] (abt 1590-1647, Bocking, Eng., and Ipswich, Mass.), Matthew [1] (abt 1560-1618/19, Bocking, Eng.)

!SOURCE: Email from Oscar Eduardo Whipple Ascui (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, March 1997

!EMIGRATION: Emigrated from the U.S. to Chile about 1850. The Chilean Whipples are all descendants of him. 
Whipple, John William (I6841)
 
126 !IDENTITY: Printout of the Sprague Database dated 18 Oct 1997, mailed by Dick Weber to the Whipple Web Site. Eames, Richard (I13157)
 
127 !IDENTITY: Printout of the Sprague Database dated 18 Oct 1997, mailed by Dick Weber to the Whipple Web Site. Eames, Alice (I13158)
 
128 !IDENTITY: Printout of the Sprague Database dated 18 Oct 1997, mailed by Dick Weber to the Whipple Web Site. Eames, John (I13159)
 
129 !IDENTITY: Printout of the Sprague Database dated 18 Oct 1997, mailed by Dick Weber to the Whipple Web Site. Eames, Anne (I13160)
 
130 !IGI gives Thomas' birthdate as 14 APR 1874 (instead of 1873)

!Sources: Family Group Sheet submitted by Eva E. Sabin, 509 Thatcher St., Boise, Idaho.

!SOURCE: Obituary of Russell G. Smith in the Provo Daily Herald, 1 Feb 2003, p. A7. 
Smith, Thomas Jay "T. Jay" (I112)
 
131 !IGI spells Esther's name HESTER HASCOM; probably an alternate spelling for the same person. Spelled ESTHER HANSCOM in Charles T. Libby, The Libby Family in America, 1602-1881, p. 47. Hanscom, Esther (I332)
 
132 !In the Hugh W. Law Record (based on the parish register of Clayton cum Frickley, Yorkshire), the name is spelled Francis, even though Frances is the more common feminine spelling. Page, Francis (I821)
 
133 !MARRIAGE: "Austin's _Genealogical Dictionary_ lists his wife as Hannah Wilkinson, daughter of Josias and Hannah (Tyler) Wilkinson. The Dexter family genealogy names Mary Whipple as his wife; possibly he was twice married. His children were: John, Anne, James, David, Hopestill, and Mercy Dexter. Genealogies of Rhode Island Families, from Rhode Island Periodicals (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1983), 2:9.

!SOURCE: M.M. Wilkinson, _Genealogy of Wilkinson and Kindred Families_ (Shelby, Miss.: Shelby Book Store, 1949), p. 75. Lists Hannah Wilkinson as wife, with no mention of Mary Whipple.

!SOURCE: "Descendants of Sarah Whipple," descendancy chart from Beverly Phillips (rogerp@vegas.info.net) to the Whipple Website, 21 Dec 1998. Gives place of death as Smithfield, Providence, Rhode Island. (Previously entered in database as Providence, R.I.) Gives Hannah Wilkinson as wife, mentioning Mary Whipple in notes.

!SOURCE: S.C. Newman, Dexter Genealogy: Being a Record of the Families Descended from Rev. Gregory Dexter (Providence: A. Crawford Greene, 1859), p. 47-48. Gives Mary Whipple as wife (and mother of six children John, James, David, Anna, Marcy and Hopestill); makes no mention of Hannah Wilkinson.

!GOVERNMENT: "The youngest member ever elected to the [General] Assembly [of Rhode Island, 1711, 1713, 1717] under the Charter." --S.C. Newman 
Dexter, James (I6290)
 
134 !MARRIAGE: Alternate marriage date to Christine Penrod: 7 Feb 1857.

!SOURCE: Family Group Sheet submitted by Eva E. Sabin, 509 Thatcher St., Boise, Idaho. Gives middle initial A.

!SOURCE: "Descendants of Christina Penrod," mailed by Joyce Daniels to Weldon Whipple, 8 Jan 2003. Gives middle name Agee.

!SOURCE: Pedigree chart from Victoria Morris (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 1 Jun 2009.

!SOURCE: 1850 Census of Utah [County?], Utah Territory, p. 26:
  • Richard Smith, 58, Farmer, b. TN
  • Diana, 55, b. SC
  • James, 22, Farmer, b. TN
  • Ephraim, 18, Farmer, b. TN
  • Nancy, 15, b. TN
  • Sarah Ann, 17, b. TN


!SOURCE: "History of James Smith, Pioneer of 1850," from the papers of Walter L. Whipple. 
Smith, James Agee (I221)
 
135 !MARRIAGE: At least one source gives 16 Feb 1690. Others, including New England Marriages Prior to 1700, by Clarence Almon Torrey (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1985) p. 803, give 26 Feb 1690. Joanne Lahr-Kreischer gives place of marriage to Elizabeth Eddy as Providence, RI.

!SOURCE: Henry E. Whipple, A Brief Genealogy of the Whipple Families Who Settled in Rhode Island (Providence: A. Crawford Greene, 1873), p. 53. From a corrected copy of the book found in the Rhode Island Historical Society Library, call no. CS71.W574 1873 RIHSL. Gives death date of 17 Apr 1720.

!SOURCE: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, The Eddy Family In America (Boston: Eddy Family Association, 1930), p. 52.

!SOURCE: Father Samuel's will, dated 9 Mar 1710/11, proved 20 Mar 1710/11, p. 181-2. Abstracted in Abstracts Providence Wills, Rhode Island Genealogical Register, vol. 12, p. 151.

!SOURCE: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, Vol. 2, Providence, Part 1 (Providence: Narragansett Historical Pub. Co., 1892), p. 197. Gives marriage in Providence, Rhode Island.

!DEATH: William Lee Whipple (undisclosed at example dot net) gives death date of 19 Apr 1720. So does Joanne Lahr-Kreischer (letter of 13 Dec 1997 to Weldon Whipple).

!BURIAL: At "a small cemetery near Forge Creek, CT." --J. Lahr-Kreischer. R. Gilebarto has "located the graves of Samuel Whipple and other family members in what is called the Gallup-Whipple Cemetery of what is referred to as Old Poquetannuck, Preston, New London County, Connecticut." --Email to Whipple Web Site, 17 Jul 1998.

!OCCUPATION: Iron manufacturer at Groton, Connecticut. --R.S.D. Eddy 
Whipple, Samuel (I362)
 
136 !MARRIAGE: Both sisters Abigail and Hope married the same Robert Curry.

!SOURCE: David Jillson, "Descendants of Capt. John Whipple, of Providence, R.I.," New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, 32 (1878): 405.

!SOURCE: Father Samuel's will, dated 9 Mar 1710/11, proved 20 Mar 1710/11, p. 181-2. Abstracted in Abstracts Providence Wills, Rhode Island Genealogical Register, vol. 12, p. 151.

!SOURCE: Email from Charles Whipple (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 20 Sep 2008. Adds death date and burial place, citing John E. Sterling, North Burial Ground, Providence Rhode Island, Old Section 1700-1848 (Providence: Special Publication 5, Rhode Island Genealogical Society, 2000) 135. "Apparently had no children." 
Whipple, Hope (I638)
 
137 !MARRIAGE: Both sisters Abigail and Hope married the same Robert Curry.

!SOURCE: John Osborne Austin, _Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island_ (Albany, N.Y., 1887; reprint ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978) p. 222

!SOURCE: David Jillson, "Descendants of Capt. John Whipple, of Providence, R.I.," New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, 32 (1878): 405.

!SOURCE: Father Samuel's will, dated 9 Mar 1710/11, proved 20 Mar 1710/11, p. 181-2. Abstracted in Abstracts Providence Wills, Rhode Island Genealogical Register, vol. 12, p. 151.

!SOURCE: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, Vol. 2, Providence, Part 1 (Providence: Narragansett Historical Pub. Co., 1892), p. 197.

!SOURCE: Email from Charles Whipple (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 20 Sep 2008. Adds death date and burial place, citing John E. Sterling, North Burial Ground, Providence Rhode Island, Old Section 1700-1848 (Providence: Special Publication 5, Rhode Island Genealogical Society, 2000) 135. "Apparently had no children." 
Whipple, Abigail (I637)
 
138 !MARRIAGE: Frank and Erma were married sometime between 1928 & 1930.

!SOURCES: Family records of Weldon Lavon Whipple, Earl Joseph Atkinson, and Mabel Deem Law Atkinson; Dayton (Ida.) Ward Records--Microfilm in Genealogical Society Library. 
Atkinson, Frank Walter (I143)
 
139 !MARRIAGE: Never married. Atkinson, John Richard (I139)
 
140 !MARRIAGE: Second wife of Mighill or Michael Cressey

!SOURCE: Anna Walser Bentley, 2844 Wilshire Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84109

!SOURCE: Edson Whipple Family Organization microfilm. 
Quilter, Mary (I1323)
 
141 !Married 21 or 31 Dec 1937.

!SOURCE: Records of Weldon L. Whipple 
Searle, Kenneth Daniel (I2170)
 
142 !Married his second cousin Mary Libby, and 3 other wives. Source: Charles T. Libby, The Libby Family in America, 1602- 1881 (Portland, Me.: B. Thurston & Co., 1882), p. 79. Libby, Thomas (I317)
 
143 !Married Mary Frances Law, his cousin.

!Sources: F.J. Law Family Record; Hugh W. Law Record; Somerset House, England, !Application #10517. 
Law, John (I2232)
 
144 !Mary married her second cousin Thomas. Source: Charles T. Libby, The libby Family in America, 1602- 1881 (Portland, Me.: B. Thurston & Co., 1882), p. 79. Libby, Mary (I325)
 
145 !Michel Call, in Royal Ancestors of Some L.D.S. Families, traces Joan Beaufort back many generations. See Royal Ancestors, p. 121, Chart 101, entry 7.

!SOURCE: Records of Weldon L. Whipple 
Beaufort, Joan (I1405)
 
146 !Michel Call, in Royal Ancestors of Some L.D.S. Families, traces Ralph Neville back to Adam and Eve. See Royal Ancestors, p. 121, Chart 101, entry 6.

!SOURCE: Records of Weldon L. Whipple 
Neville, Ralph (I1404)
 
147 !MILITARY: 1719-20: Colonel of the regiment of militia on the mainland (John Osborne Austin, _Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island_, p. 223.

!SOURCE: Charles M. Whipple, Jr., Sons and Daughters of Jesse: A 360 Year History of the Whipple Family (Oklahoma City: Southwestern Press, 1976), p. 13.

!MARRIAGE: Variant date: 20 May 1684.

!SOURCE: John Osborne Austin, Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island (Albany, N.Y., 1887; reprint ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978) p. 223, 379.

!SOURCE: Henry E. Whipple, A Brief Genealogy of the Whipple Families Who Settled in Rhode Island (Providence: A. Crawford Greene, 1873), p. 39. From a corrected copy of the book found in the Rhode Island Historical Society Library, call no. CS71.W574 1873 RIHSL.

!BIRTH: Dick Weber, in a printout from the Sprague Database dated 7 Nov 1997, citing Robert Charles Anderson's "The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1623" (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), p. 1973, gives birth date of "about 1660."

!SOURCE: Dean Crawford Smith, The Ancestry of Emily Jane Angell, 1844-1910 (Boston: NEHGS, 1992), p. 473-4. Notes that David Jillson's article in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register 32[1878]:407 incorrectly includes a daughter named Ann.

!SOURCE: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, Vol. 1, Warwick, Part 1 (Providence: Narragansett Historical Pub. Co., 1892), p. 77.

!SOURCE: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, Vol. 2, Providence, Part 1 (Providence: Narragansett Historical Pub. Co., 1892), p. 197.

!SOURCE: Abby Isabel Brown Bulkley, The Chad Browne Memorial, Consisting of Genealogical Memoirs of a Portion of the Descendants of Chad and Elizabeth Browne (Brooklyn, N.Y., 1888), p. 44.

!SOURCE: Email from Charles M. Whipple, Jr., to Weldon Whipple, 4 Oct 2003. Charles writes: "I am now convinced that Lieutenant Governor Joseph Whipple Jr. was Anglican not Quaker. I received a reply from Harvard University finally. His son, William, graduated in 1749 at the head of his class. His biography notes that he was indeed Church of England as was Col. Joseph Whipple, his father. So, although Lieutenant Governor Joseph Whipple III and his mother, as well as some siblings may have been Quakers, at least it is now known that this was indeed a religiously mixed marriage."

!SOURCE: Reprint of the "Brown genealogy of 1851," submitted to the Whipple Website by Ian Mackie, 20 Oct 2003. 
Whipple, Joseph Colonel (I377)
 
148 !NAME: !Variant surname: Verhuel.

!SOURCE: Records of Weldon L. Whipple

!MARRIAGE: 4 or 11 Aug 1687 
Vander Heul, Merritie or Marie (I1520)
 
149 !NAME: Alternate given name: Michael (Family records of Anna Bentley, 2844 Wilshire Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84109.

!NAME: Alternate given name: Mighell

!SOURCE: Edson Whipple Family Organization microfilm. 
Cressey, Mighill or Michael (I740)
 
150 !NAME: Alternate name: Olena Thorrine Thompson.

!SOURCE: Deem Family Record, Harvey L. Deem, West Garland, Utah. Leona Deem Heimendinger, Menlo Park, Calif. Adda Deem Wells, Ogden, Utah.

!SOURCE: "Descendants of Jørgen Larsen Dam," email from Michael Dam (undisclosed at example dot net) to Weldon Whipple, 17 Dec 2012. "Olena Metta Thompson (Oline Thomsine Chatrine Marie Olesen)" 
Olesen, Oline Thorrine (I2074)
 

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