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Benjamin L. Tripp** – was born in Montcalm, Michigan on September 2, 1853.
Chester E. Tripp** – born in the town of Floyd, Oneida Co., N. Y., Feb. 15, 1847; in 1853, his parents, E. R. and S. P. Tripp, removed to Walworth Co., Wis., remaining several years.
Clarence H. Tripp** – born in Walcott township, Minnesota on December 9, 1861.
Daniel Wesley Tripp – Daniel Wesley Tripp was born April 26, 1874 in Haliburton County, Ont. He was one of eleven children born to Daniel Tripp and Anna McMillan. Information from the Asquith Record.
E. W. Tripp** – was born September 17th, 1850, in Erie county, New York. His father, George Tripp, was born in 1818, and reached Hastings, Minnesota, in 1856, coming to Chicago by rail, driving his own team to Dunleith, thence by the steamer “Lady Franklin” to Hastings.
Edgar A. Tripp** – He was born in Lee county, Illinois, December 29, 1850.
Franklin Tripp was born in Floyd, December 27, 1831, son of Isaac Tripp, (who married Mary Brooker in 1812), and he was one of eleven children, seven sons and four daughters; Henderson, Septimus, Savinah, Julia Ann, Isaac jr., William, Marquis De Lafayette, Helen, Franklin, Jeanette and Orris B. Isaac sr. was born in Dutchess county, December 17, 1792, a son of William Tripp, who served as a soldier in the Revolutionary war (and was consequently a pensioner till his death).
George L. Tripp was born in Bridgewater, N.Y., February 7,1873, son of Milton and Jennie Cole Tripp, of that town.
George W. Tripp** – was born in Tioga Co., N. Y., in 1821. His father, Elisha Tripp, was a native of Vermont, born in 1783, and early in life removed to Albany, N. Y., where he learned the shoemaker’s trade, and continued the same there till 1818; then removed to Tioga Co., N. Y., where he devoted his time to farming during the summers, and to his trade during the winters.
Hiram Tripp** – born in town of Washington in 1814, has been justice of the peace; wife Elizabeth Arnold, born in same town in 1820, married in 1847.
Hiram C. Tripp** – was born in Erie county, Now York, on the 10th of May, 1817, and his father, Noah Tripp, being a farmer, H. C. was reared to the same occupation. Hiram C. Tripp – was born in Erie county, Now York, on the 10th of May, 1817, and his father, Noah Tripp, being a farmer, H. C. was reared to the same occupation.
J. Stephens Tripp – a lawyer and banker of Prairie du Sac, is the son of Silas Tripp, who was the son of Benjamin Tripp and grandson of Ezekiel Tripp, who was a noted Quaker speaker of Dutchess county, N. Y., prior to and during the revolutionary war.
Dr. James Tripp** – was born in Schenectady, N. Y., in 1795. He received his medical education in the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of New York at Albany, from which he graduated about 1817. He engaged in the practice of medicine at Mobile, Ala., which he continued till 1819, when he returned to New York and was married, in Laurens, Otsego Co., to Miss Rosepha Comstock, daughter of William Comstock. He was commissioned Surgeon of the 60th N. Y. V. I. June 11, 1822. He continued to practice medicine till 1835, when he decided to turn farmer. Two years later, 1837, he emigrated to Wisconsin Territory and made his home in Troy, Walworth Co. DR. JAMES TRIPP – was born in Schenectady, N. Y., in 1795. He received his medical education in the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of New York at Albany, from which he graduated about 1817. He engaged in the practice of medicine at Mobile, Ala., which he continued till 1819, when he returned to New York and was married, in Laurens, Otsego Co., to Miss Rosepha Comstock, daughter of William Comstock. He was commissioned Surgeon of the 60th N. Y. V. I. June 11, 1822. He continued to practice medicine till 1835, when he decided to turn farmer. Two years later, 1837, he emigrated to Wisconsin Territory and made his home in Troy, Walworth Co.
Jonathan N. Tripp** – was born Jan. 17, 1820, in the town of Windsor, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, son of Thomas Tripp, a native of the State of New York. Was married in Bristol, Trumbull Co., Ohio, June 12, 1844, to Mary L. Parish, who was born Feb. 4, 1817, in Orleans Co., Vt.; daughter of John Parish, who removed to Ohio in 1834 and died in 1845. Mr. Tripp lived in Trumbull Co., Ohio, and worked at wagon-making, (to which trade he had been apprenticed when 17 years old) till June, 1853, then came with his family to Wisconsin
John Tripp** – born in Columbia county October 17, 1844, settled in Duchess County, New York in 1876, is overseer; wife Sarah Brusie of Columbia county, married in 1867; one son.
John B. Tripp** – carpenter and joiner, is a native of Oneida Co., N. Y., where he was born in 1843; came to Wisconsin in 1854, and settled in Walworth Co., where he foIlowed farming for years. John B. Tripp – carpenter and joiner, is a native of Oneida Co., N. Y., where he was born in 1843; came to Wisconsin in 1854, and settled in Walworth Co., where he foIlowed farming for years.
John J. Tripp** – farmer, Sec. 36; the son of John and Hannah Tripp, nee Robins, of Oneida Co., N. Y., born in 1826.
Julian W. Tripp** – P. O. Lake George, was born in Caldwell September, 1859. He embarked in the hardware trade in 1884, dealing in all leading articles, shelf hardware, carpenters’ and builders’ wants, and farming implements. He also carries a well assorted stock of gents’ clothing; in 1884 Mr. Tripp married Miss Marian B. Stanton, of Caldwell. Mr. Tripp’s parents were Henry and Lydia E. (Hale) Tripp. They had ten children: George H., Julian W., Franklin G., Mary, Mahala, Eleanor, Florence, Georgia, Simeon R., and Frederick.
Marvin A. Tripp** – Mr. Tripp was born at Butler, Bates County, Missouri, October 17, 1883, his paternal ancestors having been substantial New York State farmers. His great- grandfather was Anthony Tripp, who was born February 5, 1762, at Providence, Rhode Island, or Killingly, Connecticut, the state line having been changed since then and the question as to which side of the present line he was born on being uncertain. Anthony Tripp enlisted in the war of the Revolution in March, 1777, and served until 1781. He again enlisted in 1812. After the War of 1812 he homesteaded two miles south of Albion, Orleans County, New York, where he died May 7, 1846, at the age of eighty-four, and where some of his descendents still live. He had a family of ten children, the youngest of whom was Almeron, grandfather of Marvin A. Tripp.
Mrs. Mary A. Tripp** – born in Clinton August 22, 1817, daughter of Isaac S. and Hannah B. Haight; husband George C. Tripp, of Clinton. Married September 1, 1836; children eight – Julia F., James S., William M., Jacob, Martin F., Leonard I., Hiram M., and Elting B.: lost one daughter, Helen A., who died August 10, 1875, aged thirty-six years. Duchess County
Merritt Tripp** – comes of eastern parentage, born in Tompkins county, New York, February 27, 1837. His parents, George and Hannah (Smith) Tripp, were natives of eastern New York state, where they both spent the span of their years, the former dying in 1841 and the mother in 1880.
Norman P. Tripp has been closely identified with agricultural interests in Amboy township for a number of years. In young manhood he had an interesting experience and service as a soldier in the Spanish-American war, and he comes of military stock. His great-grandfather, Cyrus Tripp, was a soldier in the War of 1812, while Mr. Tripp’s grandfather earned a patriotic record as a Union man during the Civil war.
Norman P. Tripp was born in Pike township of Fulton county, September 18, 1878, son of Henry D. and Alice M. (Forrester) Tripp. His parents were also born in Fulton county, his father in Amboy and his mother in Pike township. The paternal grand-parents were Norman N. and Julia Ann (Bartlett) Tripp, the former a native of New York and the latter of Toledo. The maternal grand-father was Patrick Forrester, a native of Ireland, who came to this country at an early day, and was one of the workmen who built the canal across the state to Cincinnati. Later he acquired extensive tracts of land in Pike township of Fulton county. The paternal grandparents were likewise early settlers and developed a farm from the woods in Amboy township. Henry D. Tripp after his marriage settled in Amboy township but later moved to Holgate, Ohio, but he died in Amboy in March, 1916, and his wife on January 29, 1919. They had three children Frank, of Holgate; Norman P., and Muriel, who is a principal in the public schools at Holgate.
Norman P. Tripp was twenty years of age when in April, 1898, he was an enthusiastic volunteer for the service of his country during the Spanish-American war. He was with the Sixth Ohio infantry and served with that command in Cuba with the Army of Occupation, receiving his honorable discharge May 26, 1899, and for several years then after was a member of the Ohio National Guard. For three years after his army service Mr. Tripp lived at Toledo, where he worked at his trade as painter and also as conductor on a street car. He then returned to Amboy township and took charge of the home farm of eighty acres. He has lived there ever since and in 1913 bought the farm. He has all of it in cultivation except about ten acres of timber pasture.
Mr. Tripp is a member of the Spanish War Veterans at Toledo, is a democrat, a Catholic and a member of the Catholic Knights of Ohio. May 5, 1903, he married Miss Catherine Rondy, who was born at Crestline, Ohio, a daughter of Jacob and Catherine (Sutter) Rondy. Her father was a native of Germany and her mother of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Tripp have five children: Alton, Alice, Paul, John and Norman.
Orris B. Tripp was born in Floyd April 27, 1838, son of Isaac and Mary (Brook) Tripp.
Ozro C. Tripp** – was born March 21, 1859, in Los Angeles, California. One of the earliest settlers in Riverside county, came to San Jacinto when but two families. His parents, Samuel Volturner and Rosa (Ramsey) Tripp, the former a native of New York, and the latter of Ohio, came to California in 1846, having crossed the plains by pack train and locating in Shasta county.
Roscoe C. Tripp, age 80, who lives on Sand Run in Washington Twp., of Jackson County near the Vinton County line, has lived in virtually the same area his entire life. He now lives on Wellston Rt.1, but was born a mile and a half north of his present farm on the old Tripp family farm, now owned by Henry Veirs, on March 19, 1880, the son of Stephen and Mary Jane Tucker Tripp. His mother was a native of Hocking County, his father, a farmer and carpenter, was a native of the Sand Run area, and fought in the Civil War, in several battles in the south. Roscoe also lived in Vinton county for several years, but in the same neighborhood as he does now.
S. G. Tripp** – born in Duchess county in 1818; wife Loretta Case, married in 1840, died in 1845; wife Eliza Ann Bowman of this town, married in 1847; one daughter.
Samuel Volturner Tripp** – he was a brick mason by trade and this occupation was later followed in Los Angeles, where be located in 1855 and erected the first brick building of the place. Removing to San Bernardino in 1860 be followed the same employment for nine years, putting up the first jail of that city, which was located where the court house now stands.
Shasta Augustus Tripp** – a romantic interest centers about the name and fortunes of the Tripp family of Riverside county, for it was on the ranch owned by a member of the family that the scene for the famous novel of Helen Hunt Jackson was laid, the goats mentioned in the story belonging to the subject of this review, whose father figured as judge Wells in the book. was born in the city of Los Angeles, December 22, 1857.SHASTA AUGUSTUS TRIPP – A romantic interest centers about the name and fortunes of the Tripp family of Riverside county, for it was on the ranch owned by a member of the family that the scene for the famous novel of Helen Hunt Jackson was laid, the goats mentioned in the story belonging to the subject of this review, whose father figured as judge Wells in the book. was born in the city of Los Angeles, December 22, 1857.
Sylvester Tripp** – jeweler and watchmaker, born in Schoharie county, New York in 1837, settled in this county in 1865; wife Charity L. Flinn, born in this county, married in 1867; children three. Ancestors were early settlers. Sylvester Tripp – jeweler and watchmaker, born in Schoharie county, New York in 1837, settled in this county in 1865; wife Charity L. Flinn, born in this county, married in 1867; children three. Ancestors were early settlers.
THEODORE FRELINGHYSON TRIPP Theodore was the son of James Tripp and Melancy May/Mae. He was born July 7, 1844 and enlisted in the Union Army at 17 years old in Hyde Park, PA on Oct 2, 1861 as a private in Company K; 52 Regiment; Pennsylvania Infantry and was discharged on Nov 5, 1864 after three years of service. This regiment was captained by John Jones. On or near Sept 25, 1861, he contracted rheumatism, caused by exposure in Yorktown, VA. At Folly Island, SC about June 1862, he contracted disease of the mouth resulting in loss of teeth. In Sept of 1862 in SC he also contracted fever and ague [fever with recurrent chills and sweating, e.g. malaria].
In 1867 he married Louisa Johnson, the daughter of Oliver Johnson and Lucinda Brown. The 1870 federal census in Luzerne County, PA stated he was a laborer at a powder mill and lived next door to his brother, Henry C. Tripp [Harry C. Tripp.]
In 1878, he took his family to Woodbury County, then Crawford County, IA. On March 7th, 1884, they arrived in Florence, Lane, OR by train. There, their eighth child, Nellie was born. Seven daughters, one son. They had a farm on the south slough in Acme, OR. He had been unwell since early in the Spring of 1896, but was confined to his bed only about a week. He died at his home on Saturday, October 3, 1896 at 9 am at the age of 52 years, with all seven daughters in attendance. The remains were taken in charge by Gen. Lyons post G.A.R. of Florence, of which the deceased was a charter member. A large number of friends followed the body to the grave and after the burial service by members of the G.A.R., the old comrade was left to rest in peace. Oregon State Vital Records claim no death certificate exists as of July 27, 1977. Douglas County, OR did not have certificate either. Buried in Glenada, OR, Odd Fellows Cemetery. Findagrave.com Memorial #25058225. Submitted by: DJ Miles, Yacolt, WA
Timothy B. Tripp** – the skillful and efficient engineer at the State Training School, is the son of Merritt and Abbie (Perkins) Tripp. He was born on a farm in Featherstone township, Goodhue county, Minnesota April 6, 1870.
William Benjamin Tripp** – is a native son of California, his birth having occurred in San Bernardino February 15, 1861. WILLIAM BENJAMIN TRIPP – is a native son of California, his birth having occurred in San Bernardino February 15, 1861.
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Last Updated 09-Dec-2012 .