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LIPPINCOTT GENEALOGY

 


CALIFORNIA PIONEER REGISTER AND INDEX 1542 - 1848
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Lipp (Carl), 1847, Co. D, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499); at Vallejo '71-82. Lipper (Augustus), 1847, Co. G, ditto. Lippincott (Benj. S.), 1846, nat. of N.Y. [p.223]who came overland with Bryant, being wounded on the way by Ind. v. 528. He was active in raising recruits for the war, and served as lieut of Co. H, Cal. Bat., acting also as asst Q. M. v. 359, 361. In this connection he is often called Geo. M. Lippincott, but I find no evidence that there were two of the name. In '47-8 he lived at S.F., being a gambler by profession, owner of town lots, v. 678, and a candidate for the council. v. 650. He was a member of the constit. convention of '49, representing S. Joaq. Co. in the 1st legislature, and Calaveras in those of '55 and '61. He was a popular man as trader, politician, and 'one of the boys.' He died in N.J. '70, at the age of 55. Lippett (Francis J.), 1847, nat. of R. I., capt. Co. F, N.Y. Vol., and in com. of the garrison at Sta B. v. 504, 514, 584, 631; owner of a town lot, v. 685, and from '48 a lawyer at S.F. to '52 or later. v. 686; member of the constit. convention of '49; col of 1st Cal. infantry in war of '61-5; at Providence, R. I., '71; Boston, '74, and Washington, D.C., '82. Lisa (Dan.), 1816, nat. of Mass. who came on the Lydia, and was baptized at Sta B. in '18 as Daniel MJos‚ de Sta Rosa. The name was prob. Daniel Eleazer, the surname being unknown. L. (Jos‚ Manuel), 1816, brother of Dan., bapt. at Sta B. '16. ii. 277. Lis(Jos‚ M.),
1842. iv. 642.

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Historical Register and Dictionary of the US Army 1789-1903, Vol. 2


Alphabetical List of Officers of the Regular Army (From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to 1903) Who Were Killed or Wounded in
Action or Taken Prisoner, With Date and Place.
L.
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Lippincott, B., 2 lt Cal vols.


Alphabetical List of Officers of the Regular Army (From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to 1903) Who Were Killed or Wounded in
Action or Taken Prisoner, With Date and Place.
L.
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Lippincott, Charles E., col 33 Ill inf.


Alphabetical List of Officers of the Regular Army (From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to 1903) Who Were Killed or Wounded in
Action or Taken Prisoner, With Date and Place.
L.
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Lippincott, William L., capt 7 Cal inf.

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Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of 1812

Roll of Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Fifer.

Lippincott, Samnel.


Roll of Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Pricates.

Lippincott, Samuel.

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Revolutionary War Courts-Martial

Footnote
Charles J. Stille, Major General Anthony Wayne and the Pennsylvania Line in the Continental Army (Philadelphia:
J.B. Lippincott Co., 1893), 83.
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SUMMER SOLDIERS
CHAPTER 6

Stille, Charles. Major General Anthony Wayne and the Pennsylvania Line in the Continental Army. Philadelphia:
J.B. Lippincott Company, 1893. (Library of Congress: E207 .W35S8)

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Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution

Pierce'S Register
Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783
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Name and Rank: Lippincott, Wm., Musc.
Company: Moore's
Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 8 May '77
Period of Service: 3 yrs. W


Pierce'S Register
Vol. II. Book A.A.—Pages 1-44 Inclusive
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William Lippincott, Fifer


Pierce'S Register
APPENDIX
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7. William Lippincott, Drum

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United Empire Loyalists, Part I


UNITED EMPIRE LOYALISTS
PROCEEDINGS OF LOYALIST COMMISSIONERS ST. JOHNS, 1786-7. VOL. VIII.
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Lippincott Capt. Richard (63)


UNITED EMPIRE LOYALISTS
PROCEEDINGS OF LOYALIST COMMISSIONERS ST. JOHNS, 1786-7. VOL. VIII.
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209. Evidence on the Claim of Richd Lippincott, late of Monmouth, N. Jersey.

UNITED EMPIRE LOYALISTS
PROCEEDINGS OF LOYALIST COMMISSIONERS ST. JOHNS, 1786-7. VOL. VIII.
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Produces certificate from John Stillwell that notes to the amount of 80 cury had been pd into the Treasury, the Property of
Richd Lippincott.


UNITED EMPIRE LOYALISTS
PROCEEDINGS OF LOYALIST COMMISSIONERS ST. JOHNS, 1786-7. VOL. VIII.
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wards served in the Associated Loyalists under Capt. Lippincott. He now resides at Beaver Harbour. Property:

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THE LOYALISTS OF AMERICA AND THEIR TIMES: FROM 1620 TO 1816 Volume 2
CHAPTER XL
PART I

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8. Captain Richard Lippincott was born in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, on the 2nd of January, 1745. He was descended from
an old colonial family, and served during the revolution as a captain in the New Jersey volunteers. He was married on the
4th of March, 1770, to Esther Borden, daughter of Jeremiah and Esther Borden, of Bordentown, New Jersey. On the
outbreak of the revolution he warmly espoused the side of the Crown, and was early in the war captured and confined in
Burlington jail, from which he escaped in the year 1776, and made his way to the British army at Staten Island. During the
remainder of the war he served with his regiment. His connection with the execution of Captain Joshua Huddy, of the rebel
service, attracted a great deal of attention both in Europe and America. Captain Huddy was a partisan officer of some
repute in New Jersey, and had been concerned in the murder of a Loyalist named Philip White, who was a relative of
Lippincott, and a resident of Shrewsbury. One Edwards of the same neighbourhood had also been put to death about the
same time. Shortly after, Captain Huddy was captured and taken as prisoner to New York. The "Board of Associated
Loyalists of New York" sent Captain Lippincott to Middleton Point, or Sandy Hook, with Captain Huddy and two other
prisoners, to exchange them for prisoners held by the rebels. He was authorized to execute Huddy in retaliation for White,
who had already been put to death. Therefore, on the 12th of April, 1782, having exchanged the two other prisoners,
Captain Lippincott hung Huddy on a tree by the beach, under the Middleton Heights. In 1867 the tree was still to be seen,
and tradition keeps alive in the neighbourhood the story connected with it. Captain Lippincott, who was evidently only
obeying orders, pinned a paper on Huddy's breast with the following inscription: [p.194]


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Washington, upon hearing of Huddy's death, demanded the surrender of Captain Lippincott from the Royalist authorities, in
order that he might be put to death. This demand was refused, and Washington then ordered the execution of one officer of
equal rank to be chosen by lot from among the prisoners in his hands. The lot fell upon Captain Asgill, of the Guards, who
was only nineteen years of age. The British authorities secured a respite under promise of trying Captain Lippincott by
court-martial. After a full inquiry, Lippincott was honourably acquitted. In the meantime, Lady Asgill, Captain Asgill's
mother, appealed to the Count de Vergennes, the French Minister, and, in response to her most pathetic appeal, the Count
was instructed by the King and Queen of France, in their joint names, to ask of Washington the release of Captain Asgill "as
a tribute to humanity." Washington, after a long delay, granted this request, but Asgill and Lippincott were not set at liberty
till the close of the war. Asgill lived to become a general, and to succeed to his father's baronetcy. [p.195]
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After the war Captain Lippincott moved to New Brunswick, to a place called Pennfield, where he lived till the fall of 1787,
when he went to England, where he remained till the end of 1788. He was granted half pay as a captain of the British army,
and in 1793 he moved from New Brunswick to Canada, when he was granted for his U. E. Loyalist services 3,000 acres of
land in the township of Vaughan, near Toronto.


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He lived near Richmond Hill for many years. His only surviving child, Esther Borden Lippincott, was married in 1806 to the
late Colonel George Taylor Denison, of Bellevue, Toronto, at whose house Captain Lippincott died in 1826, aged
eighty-one years. The family of Denisons of Toronto are all descendants of Captain Lippincott through this marriage.

 

WAR OF 1812 SERVICE

BENJAMIN LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
CHARLES LIPPINCOTT MAJOR ANDRUSS' DETACHMENT (1812), NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
CHARLES LIPPINCOTT READ'S BATTALION NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
COLLINS P. LIPPINCOTT 1 REG'T ART'Y (PREVOST'S), PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.
GEORGE LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
JOHN LIPPINCOTT READ'S BATTALION NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
JONATHAN LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
JOSEPH LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
JOSHUA L. LIPPINCOTT 1 REG'T ART'Y (SITCHER'S), NEW YORK VOLS.
LEVI LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
LEWIS LIPPINCOTT 3 REG'T (FRELINGHUYSEN'S) NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
LEWIS LIPPINCOTT 3 REG'T (FRELINGHUYSEN'S) NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
SAMUEL LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
SAMUEL LIPPINCOTT 2 REG'T ART'Y (PREVOST'S), PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.
THOMAS LIPPINCOTT ABRAHAM'S REG'T NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
THOMAS LIPPINCOTT CAPT. FISLER'S COMPANY, ARTILLERY PENNSYLVANIA VOLS.
THOMAS LIPPINCOTT HOWELL'S REGIMENT NEW JERSEY MILITIA.
THOMAS LIPPINCOTT 1 REGIMENT (DODGE'S), NEW YORK MILITIA.
WILLIAM LIPPINCOTT BERRY'S BATTALLION, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.
WILLIAM L. LIPPINCOTT 11 ARTILERY REGIMENT, NEW YORK.
WM L. LIPPINCOTT DETACHMENT ARTILLERY (SWARTWOUT'S) NEW YORK.






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