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Shipp family genealogy

Reba E. Shipp [1955]
Shipp, Reba E., 1905- (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript collection ([15] leaves, carbon copy : geneal. tables) at the Iowa State Historical Society, Des Moines, Iowa.

Contains genealogical correspondence, excerpts from printed genealogies, pedigree charts, and family group type material on the ancestry of Reba E. Shipp.

Miss Shipp's great great grandfather, Richard Shipp (1768-1836), son of Richard Shipp (b. ca. 1747) and a descendant of William Shipp. who was living in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, by 1637, was born in Culpepper County, Virginia. He married Mary Copeland (1770-1854) in 1789. They had eleven children, 1790-1813. They both died in Indiana. Their son, John Wiley Shipp (b. 1794), and his second wife, Elizabeth Bilby, had nine children, 1827-1846, born in Indiana. The family migrated to Iowa in 1850. Their son, Albert Shipp (1827-1906) was born at Edinburg, Indiana. He and his first wife had six children, 1847-1861, all born at Greencastle, Iowa. He and his second wife, Ermina Jane Scott Little, had nine children, 1867-1885, at leave some born at Avoca, and Irwin, Iowa. Their son, Edgar Cyrus Shipp (1870-1854), married Nora Headley (1872-1943) in 1891. They had six children, 1894-1905, born at Harlan, Iowa, and Irwin, Iowa. He died at Irwin, Iowa; she died at Omaha, Nebraska.

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