More Tripp Information


Sometimes you feel like you are up against a brick wall and need to make a break through to go any farther in your quest of knowledge about your families past. On this page you will find links to many published sources of information that just might tear down that wall.

If you have or would like to provide additional information on Tripp’s in the in published sources Click Here to let me know.

Tripps in the Social Security Death Index. Find all of those individuals who lived in the United States and were part of the Social Security System. This may be one of the best ways to find those individuals who lived in the past 100 years along with their date of birth and death and the state in which they lived. Hyperlinks with in this page will send you to county Roots Web pages where you might find additional information on that individual. There are 5,358 (as of July 11, 2003 there are 5877) names some rather common, others are as you might say “interesting”. If you have the Microsoft Excel program you might want to download this file by clicking here. It may take a minute or two to download. It will appear on your screen whereupon you should choose “file” and then “save” and then designate where you want it saved on your computer. This will allow you to sort this information in a variety of ways.

Tripp’s in the War of the Revolution

Civil War Veterans – Men involved with the Civil war with the surname “Tripp”

Tripp’s Registered at Ellis Island

Land Records – Surname Tripp

Michigan Michigan 1807-1908
Missouri Missouri Land Patents from the BLM web site
IllinoisTripps listed in the public land sales in ILL and Detail Information
Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI – see table below:

Abial Tripp of Niagara Falls New York

Cyrus D. Tripp Niagara Falls New York

Elmon Tripp of Jackson County Michigan

Library Information:

Birth of Job Tripp born @ 1673

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. There are fifteen files containing 150 documented relationships to individuals with the Tripp surname in the American Revolution. Information provided by – See table below:

Marriage of Peleg Tripp and Ann Sisson

The ship “Truelove” – Information on John Tripp 1635 and Dale Thompson’s reply and Information from a book on the History of Postsmouth, R.I.

Tripp Cemetery information – Exeter, Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries, Hog House Hill Rd.

Isaac Tripp from MINUTES OF THE SUSQUEHANNA COMPANY, published in Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Wm. H. Engle, editor, (E.K. Meyers, State Printer, Harrisburg, 1890); Vol. XVIII, pp 58-61

Genealogical Record of Augustus Tripp of Lanesboro (Berkshire) MA
by George A. Tripp, Composed in 1914.

Richard Tripp 5, 4 (John 3,2,1)

Israel Tripp 5  (Richard4, John3,2,1)

Ohio Death Index — 1913-1927and 1933-1937 – See table below:

Backround Information on the surname Trippe

Dale Thompson’s reply and Herman Tripp’s — 1st reply and 2nd reply

Interesting Tripp Facts

World War I Civilian Draft Registration Database
Vietnam Casualties – A listing
1820 Pension List
Tripp Geographical sites – from U.S. Gazetteer

Wills and Deeds

Trippe, Henry DATE 1770 SOURCE Deed Book 12, 1770
[link: broken 11-Nov-2012]

Trippe, Henry. DATE 1773 SOURCE Deed Book 13, 1772
[link: broken 11-Nov-2012]

Tripp/e in Maryland

Marriage Records

The Elizabeth TRIPP who married William CASE, 5 Feb 1784, was a daughter of Isaac and Martha (Wall) TRIPP
Marriage Index: Massachusetts, 1633-1850 (CD 231)

Ann Tripp – Brother of John Tripp who come to Portsmouth in 1630. This information from LeAnne Koliha.

Search Dibean Michigan Marriage (and other ) Indexes – If you have ancestors that lived or migrated through Michigan you need to go to this site. and search for “Tripp” – you will find 278 different sources including Marriage records, Land records, Newspapers, Cemeteries, etc. You can search all of Michigan or by county. It is all free and no advertising. Great site.

Some Sources for the Abial Tripp family of Vermont, New York, and Michigan, 1775-1860 contributed by Pam Purol.

Last Updated 10-Nov-2012

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