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Harry Kipp (orphan)

Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1116992687000
Classification: Query
Trying to locate any information on the parentage of Harry Kipp, born May 7, 1895 in Oaksummit, Dutchess County, New York. Oaksummit is now Town of Washington, around South Millbrook. He was brought to the Albany Orphan Asylum by Levi Ellis and admitted on October 20, 1997. Permit by George Duncan. Dutchess County paid the Albany Orphan Asylum. These records were found at the NYS Museum Archieves, Albany, New York. His mother is believed to possibly have been named Daisy Kipp, daughter of William Edgar Kipp of Rhinebeck area. Any assistance would be most appreciated.

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176405778000
Classification: Query
Surnames: kipp
I am looking for the same family members harry kipp to me was my grandfather, and I can only get to daisy kipp and then I come to a stop. If you have found out anything else on this I like to know.

thank you
mary salerno(kipp)

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176568359000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Kipp, Whalen
I have traced the Kipp family tree through William Edgar Kipp from Rhinebeck all the way back to the 1600's. I believe William Edgar Kipp is the father of Daisy Kipp who is Harry Kipp's mother. It appears she had him out of wedlock which may explain why he was in an orphanage.

I am Jessie Kipp's granddaughter. Jessie is the oldest child of Harry and Katherine Whalen Kipp.

I also have information for the Whalen's from the late Walter Whittemore who was the son of Grandma Kipp's sister.

The only Mary I remember from the Kipp family was Mary Harosia who is the Beattie's daughter. Who's child are you?

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176660014000
Classification: Query
Not really a question here, just a comment. I was curious about the earlier ancestry of this KIPP line, so I looked into it and saw that William Edgar's line traces back through Benjamin KIPP. I'm amazed at the number of KIPP researchers today that descend through him. As prolific as the KIPP line ended up being, it seems like more researchers today descend through him than not. On one hand, the number shouldn't really be surprising given how many children Benjamin fathered, but I'm amazed that we don't see more researchers that descended from branches that don't come through Benjamin. I know Edward Kipp, the person with probably the most KIPP resources and research done to date, doesn't descend from Benjamin, but it seems like there are very few others.

Scott (I descend from Benjamin's son James by the way)

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176663745000
Classification: Query
Is this the James that married Zepporah CARPENTER? My line is Jacob (Jacobus) 1666 NY-1733, Roeloff 1769 NY-1785, Isaac Dumond 1726 NY-?, John deWint 1781 NY-1842 OH (Md Jean), Nancy deWindt 1818 PA-1868 MO(Md John Weir in OH)
If you would like to exchange information email me at:
Lparr30983@aol.com
Thank you,
Lavonne

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176664291000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Kip(p)
Which Benjamin were you going bac to? I am looking for descendants of the Benjamin who was the son of Peter Kip and Sarah Van Keuren. Anna Kipp Brookes

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176671130000
Classification: Query
Yes, I descend from James & Zipporah's son John:

James - 1751
John - 1775
Jesse - 1804
Darwin - 1837
Minnie - 1866 (my great-great grandmother)

Scott

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176671684000
Classification: Query
I should have been more clear. This is the Benjamin that was the son of Jesse KIPP and Maria Stevens(on), 1714-1782. They had 12 children and the descendants from his children seem to be everywhere. I've run into literally dozens of descendant researchers from this Benjamin's line.

Scott

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176678465000
Classification: Query
Thank you for your comment and info. I found most of my Kipp history from a book at the NYS Library in Albany. The Kip Family in America. Once I linked my great-great grandfather then I could trace my entire tree to the 1600s in the Netherlands. Good luck with your continued searches.

Re: Harry Kipp (orphan)

Posted: 1176686128000
Classification: Query
Yeah, I think thats how a number of us connected our line that far back (Kip Family in America). It took me awhile to find proof that I had connected my more recent KIPP ancestors to the last one listed in the book, but once I did, the flood gates opened!

Scott
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