Frederick Edward Siefke1

M, b. 10 December 1855, d. 27 June 1857
FatherHerman Siefke1 b. 1 Aug 1816, d. 13 Jan 1896
MotherAdaline Catharina Mangels1 b. 10 Jun 1825, d. 6 Jan 1901
     Frederick Edward Siefke was born on 10 December 1855 in Manhattan, New York, New York, USA.2 He died on 27 June 1857 at age 1.2 He was buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, Memorial ID 181967499. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.

Francis Siefke1

F, b. 1868, d. 14 March 1869
FatherHerman Siefke1 b. 1 Aug 1816, d. 13 Jan 1896
MotherAdaline Catharina Mangels1 b. 10 Jun 1825, d. 6 Jan 1901
     Francis Siefke was born in 1868.1 She died on 14 March 1869.1 She was buried on 17 March 1869 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S186] Green-Wood Database, online Green-wood.com, Internment ID 138182. Hereinafter cited as Green-Wood Database.

Frederick Edwin Siefke1

M, b. 5 March 1870, d. 18 April 1893
FatherHerman Siefke1 b. 1 Aug 1816, d. 13 Jan 1896
MotherAdaline Catharina Mangels1 b. 10 Jun 1825, d. 6 Jan 1901
     Frederick Edwin Siefke was born on 5 March 1870.1 He died on 18 April 1893 at age 23.2 He was buried on 21 April 1893 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA.3

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, Number 42327282. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.
  3. [S186] Green-Wood Database, online Green-wood.com, Internment ID 273163. Hereinafter cited as Green-Wood Database.

Adaline E Siefke

F, d. 6 January 1901
FatherHerman Siefke b. 1 Aug 1816, d. 13 Jan 1896
MotherAdaline Catharina Mangels b. 10 Jun 1825, d. 6 Jan 1901
     Adaline E Siefke married Arthur Connelly.1 Adaline E Siefke was born. She died on 6 January 1901 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA.2 She was buried on 9 January 1901 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA.

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S186] Green-Wood Database, online Green-wood.com, Internment ID 310226. Hereinafter cited as Green-Wood Database.

Herman Siefke

M, b. circa 1775
     Herman Siefke was born circa 1775 in Neuenkirchen, Blumenthal, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany. He married Christina Wenken on 1 October 1802.
     The Siefke Family came from Kingdon of Hanover, Amt Blumenthal, Vorbrouch, Germany.1 "Three boys, brothers, Herman, Fred, and Henry Siefke, ran away to sea and in 1835 were wrecked in the ship Orpheus off Port au Prince, Island of Haiti. They were cast ashore - they found employment and became friends of Burgher Jan, Dutch (or German?) consul who in 1837 arranged for them to go to New York via Savannah - they had a letter to John Jacob Astor. Cristina Siefke of 1st gen. with son George followed her boys to USA - do not believe any others of 1st gen. came It is probable that all second gen. except as noted and except Jane Behan were born in Germany and came to New York."1

Family: Christina Wenken d. 1853

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."

Christina Wenken1

F, d. 1853
     Christina Wenken married Herman Siefke on 1 October 1802. Christina Wenken died in 1853. She was buried on 18 March 1853 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA. Misspelled in Green-Wood database as "Christina Seifke". In Findagrave it is listed as "Christian Siefke."2
     She, with her son George, followed her three boys to New York.1

Family: Herman Siefke b. c 1775

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, Number 23857124. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.

Dietrich Siefke

M, b. 4 August 1804
FatherHerman Siefke b. c 1775
MotherChristina Wenken d. 1853
     Dietrich Siefke was born on 4 August 1804.
     He was lost at sea.1

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."

John Siefke1

M, b. 29 October 1802
FatherHerman Siefke1 b. c 1775
MotherChristina Wenken1 d. 1853
     John Siefke was born on 29 October 1802.

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."

George Siefke

M, b. 17 October 1821, d. 13 August 1853
FatherHerman Siefke b. c 1775
MotherChristina Wenken d. 1853
     George Siefke was born on 17 October 1821 in Germany.1 He died on 13 August 1853 at age 31.2 He was buried on 15 August 1853 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA.

Citations

  1. [S186] Green-Wood Database, online Green-wood.com, Internment ID 28361. Hereinafter cited as Green-Wood Database.
  2. [S187] George Siefke, New York, US, Wills and Probate Files, 1659-1000 for George Siefke Box 0008-28987. In probate filed by his brother Henry, the date of death is established as is the fact that George never married.. Hereinafter cited as Probate Files for George Siefke.

Frederick Siefke1

M, b. 13 November 1818, d. 16 November 1899
FatherHerman Siefke1 b. c 1775
MotherChristina Wenken1 d. 1853
     Frederick Siefke was born on 13 November 1818 in Vorbruch, Hanover, Prussia, Germany.2,3 He married Meta Heins, daughter of Christopher Heins.1 Frederick Siefke died on 16 November 1899 at age 81 at the home of his nephew Herman Siefke.1 He was buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA.3
     In 1835, Frederick Siefke and Herman Siefke were in the wreck of the Orpheus with brother Henry off of the coast of Port au Prince, Haiti. They were cast ashore - they found employment and became friends of Burgher Jan, Dutch (or German) Consul who in 1837 arranged for them to go to New York via Savannah - he provided letter of reference to John Jacob Astor.1 Frederick Siefke and Meta Heins adopted her niece Wilhelmina Dorothea Von Dohlen (134) after her mother died when she was four years old.
Frederick Siefke fell mentally ill, apoplectic, in about 1888. His competence was challenged in court by his nephew Henry who tried to have him declared insane and was ultimately successful, forcing his holdings into management by a committee of Farmer’s Loan and Trust Company. [Note: In Frederick’s obituary, likely written by Herman, there was a clear sense of pleasure that Frederick outlived his nephew Henry.]
The proceeding which began soon after he became ill, were delayed significantly because Frederick was not made available, apparently hidden away by Herman. During the proceedings on March 15, 1893, Henry offered a $100 reward for anyone one who could produce Frederick at trial. On the same day, appearing in an afternoon edition, Herman commented to a reporter that Henry, then a liquor dealer, and Caroline made their living “…keeping a dive in New York.”.4 Nearly three years later, Caroline sued Herman for slander.5
From his obituary:
"Frederick went with George W. Elder, and Carnick and Sons' shipping merchants of New York. Early in the [18]50's he started a wholesale and retail grocery store at Grand and Worster Streets. During the [American Civil] war he made much money in speculations in bread stuffs and provisions. His deals were sometimes large. His financial success was marvelous, for he was a man of slight education. He claimed much of his good fortune was due to his wife, who died in 1891.
Mr. Siefke retired from business in 1870, and was reputed a millionaire, owning much of the property in the Eighth Ward of New York City, where he lived on Sullivan Street.
... He has lived with his nephew, Herman, who married his adopted daughter, also a niece by marriage. His home has been in Bay Ridge and his life has been quiet, he having outlived the nephew who sought to get possession of his property.
In his later years he was fond of making presents. He gave one hundred gold watches to friends and favorite relatives."2

Family: Meta Heins b. 13 Feb 1827, d. 15 Apr 1891

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S154] Obituary, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, New York, 20 November 1899. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
  3. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, Number 45828243. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.
  4. [S163] Where is He?, The Standard Union, Brooklyn, New York, 15 March 1893, 1. Hereinafter cited as The Standard Union.
  5. [S157] A Suit for Slander, New York Tribune, New York, New York, 12 March 1896. Hereinafter cited as New York Tribune.

Meta Heins1

F, b. 13 February 1827, d. 15 April 1891
FatherChristopher Heins1
     Meta Heins was born on 13 February 1827 in Hanover, Germany.1,2 She married Frederick Siefke, son of Herman Siefke and Christina Wenken.1 Meta Heins died on 15 April 1891 at age 64.1,2 She was buried on 21 April 1891 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA. Lot 23674 Section L.2,3
     She and Frederick Siefke adopted her niece Wilhelmina Dorothea Von Dohlen (134) after her mother died when she was four years old.

Family: Frederick Siefke b. 13 Nov 1818, d. 16 Nov 1899

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."
  2. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, Number 45828243. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.
  3. [S186] Green-Wood Database, online Green-wood.com, Internment ID 261884. Hereinafter cited as Green-Wood Database.

Henry Siefke

M, b. 30 June 1811, d. 13 November 1883
FatherHerman Siefke b. c 1775
MotherChristina Wenken d. 1853
     Henry Siefke was born on 30 June 1811 in Germany.1 He married Anna Heins, daughter of Christopher Heins.2 Henry Siefke died on 13 November 1883 at 307 W 26th Street in New York, New York, USA, at age 72.1 He was buried on 18 November 1883 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, USA.1
     Henry Siefke was also known as Heinrich.

Family: Anna Heins

Citations

  1. [S186] Green-Wood Database, online Green-wood.com, Internment ID 221392. Hereinafter cited as Green-Wood Database.
  2. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."

Anna Heins1

F
FatherChristopher Heins1
     Anna Heins married Henry Siefke, son of Herman Siefke and Christina Wenken.1

Family: Henry Siefke b. 30 Jun 1811, d. 13 Nov 1883

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."

Christopher Heins

M
     Christopher Heins married Gesche Gesine Wohlers.
     The Heins Family came from Dorf Lohe, Amt Lana, bei Beverstedt, Germany.1

Family 1: Gesche Gesine Wohlers d. 4 Nov 1829

Family 2:

Citations

  1. [S80] "Siefke-Heins Family Tree", 1 December 1938, Frederick Siefke (128 Marine Avenue, Brooklyn, New York), to The Siefke and Heins families; As cited on the tree, "…drawn almost entirely from information furnished by Wilhelmina D. Siefke (1852-1933) and recorded by her son Frederick Siefke (1881- )... " and prepared by the author as a Christmas present in 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Siefke-Heins Family Tree."

Linda Ann Aikenhead

F, b. 3 April 1938, d. 27 August 2019
     Linda Ann Aikenhead was born on 3 April 1938. She died on 27 August 2019 at age 81.

Charles Levi Cozzens

M, b. 1831, d. 18 November 1904
FatherLevi Cozzens b. 7 Feb 1787, d. 1873
MotherPamela Hovey b. 1790, d. 1858
Charles Levi Cozzens
     Charles Levi Cozzens was born in 1831 in Utica, New York, USA. He married Abigail Butler Bidwell in 1854.1 Charles Levi Cozzens married Angie Chapman circa 1893.1 Charles Levi Cozzens married Mary I Wilcox. Charles Levi Cozzens died on 18 November 1904 in Yonkers, Westchester, New York, USA.1
     He grew up in Utica, was educated in the local school system and lived there until the late 1860's, when he came to New York City and obtained a position with the Bleecker Street Bank which was to become The Bank for Savings. He served as paying teller for thirty-five years. His second wife Angie inherited her father's business, the Redding Masonic Supply Company. Upon her death, in 1898, Charles Cozzens became the owner, and worked at the bank and ran the company until daughter Evangeline became old enough to take over.1

Family 1: Abigail Butler Bidwell b. 1832, d. 1892

Family 2: Angie Chapman

Family 3: Mary I Wilcox

Citations

  1. [S92] David Livingston, Evangeline C. Cozzens 1895-1979, c 2012 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA). Hereinafter cited as Evangeline.

Abigail Butler Bidwell

F, b. 1832, d. 1892
     Abigail Butler Bidwell was born in 1832. She married Charles Levi Cozzens, son of Levi Cozzens and Pamela Hovey, in 1854.1 Abigail Butler Bidwell died in 1892.

Family: Charles Levi Cozzens b. 1831, d. 18 Nov 1904

Citations

  1. [S92] David Livingston, Evangeline C. Cozzens 1895-1979, c 2012 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA). Hereinafter cited as Evangeline.

Frederick Butler Cozzens

M, b. 1860, d. 1861
FatherCharles Levi Cozzens1 b. 1831, d. 18 Nov 1904
MotherAbigail Butler Bidwell b. 1832, d. 1892
     Frederick Butler Cozzens was born in 1860. He died in 1861.

Citations

  1. [S92] David Livingston, Evangeline C. Cozzens 1895-1979, c 2012 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA). Hereinafter cited as Evangeline.

Angie Chapman1

F
     Angie Chapman was born in Damariscotta, Maine, USA. She married Moses Wolcott Redding. Angie Chapman married Charles Levi Cozzens, son of Levi Cozzens and Pamela Hovey, circa 1893.1

Family 1: Moses Wolcott Redding d. 1892

Family 2: Charles Levi Cozzens b. 1831, d. 18 Nov 1904

Citations

  1. [S92] David Livingston, Evangeline C. Cozzens 1895-1979, c 2012 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA). Hereinafter cited as Evangeline.

Evangeline Chapman Cozzens

F, b. 13 June 1895, d. 17 August 1979
FatherCharles Levi Cozzens1 b. 1831, d. 18 Nov 1904
MotherAngie Chapman
Evangeline Cozzens
     Evangeline Chapman Cozzens was born on 13 June 1895 in New York City, New York, USA. She died on 17 August 1979 at Brunswick Convalescent Center, Maine, USA, at age 84after a long illness. She was buried at Hillside Cemetery in Damariscotta, Maine, USA.
     The January 9, 1932 edition of the New Yorker Magazine, has a story in the “Talk of the Town” section which states the following:
“Miss Evangeline C. Cozzens owns and runs the Redding Company now. She came into the business in a rather complicated way. It was founded in 1859 by Moses W. Redding, a prominent Mason. He sold Masonic books, regalia, gavels, etc. When he died, he left the business to his wife. She married again--a Mr. Cozzens. Miss Cozzens is the child of the second marriage. She inherited the business from her mother.”

The article continues:
Besides gavels, she sells all kinds of Masonic doodads. You can walk right in and buy a skull, for example; a West Indian one for ten dollars, a North American one for twenty-five. Caucasians come pretty high. You get a reduction on skulls damaged by shark’s teeth. The Masons use these in their ceremonies. You can also get an imitation grave, a sort of grass mat, for six dollars and a half. Also all sorts of Masonic emblems and fezzes.”


She retired from the company in 1952. At about that time, she moved permanently to Maine.1 She spent a lifetime in the pursuit of art and studied under several masters in New York City and New England. Her paintings have been exhibited in and purchased by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has also exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the Kraushaar Gallery of New York City, which handled her work for several years, and, in Maine, at the Pemaquid Point Gallery and the Wiscasset Gallery.

Details can be found in David Livingston's "Evangeline C. Cozzens," from which much of this has been lifted with permission.1

Citations

  1. [S92] David Livingston, Evangeline C. Cozzens 1895-1979, c 2012 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA). Hereinafter cited as Evangeline.

Moses Wolcott Redding

M, d. 1892
     Moses Wolcott Redding married Angie Chapman. Moses Wolcott Redding died in 1892.
     He was a prominent Mason, who founded the Redding Masonic Supply Co. in 1859, one of the American companies authorized to distribute items associated with the Masonic order.

Family: Angie Chapman

Mary I Wilcox

F
     Mary I Wilcox married Charles Levi Cozzens, son of Levi Cozzens and Pamela Hovey.

Family: Charles Levi Cozzens b. 1831, d. 18 Nov 1904

Joseph Wheeler

M
     Joseph Wheeler married Dorcas (?)

Family: Dorcas (?)

Dorcas (?)

F
     Dorcas (?) married Joseph Wheeler.

Family: Joseph Wheeler

Mary Cobb1

F, d. 1681
     Mary Cobb married Nathaniel Farrand Jr, son of Nathaniel Farrand.1 Mary Cobb died in 1681.1

Family: Nathaniel Farrand Jr b. 1645, d. 1724

Citations

  1. [S96] The Farrand Family of Essex and Morris Co., NJ, online http://sites.rootsweb.com/~genepool/farrand.htm. Hereinafter cited as Farrand Family.

Thomas Ludlow Chrystie

M, b. 25 February 1872, d. 14 August 1954
FatherDr. Thomas Mackaness Ludlow Chrystie b. 1 Nov 1841, d. 19 May 1914
MotherJulia Stanton Ross b. 12 Jan 1851, d. 18 May 1901
     Thomas Ludlow Chrystie was born on 25 February 1872 in New York City, New York, USA.1 He married Sally Hooper Morrow, daughter of William Morrow and Elizabeth Saunders Luttrell, in 1896 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.1 Thomas Ludlow Chrystie married Virginia Stevenson in 1929.2 Thomas Ludlow Chrystie died on 14 August 1954 in New York City, New York, USA, at age 82. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in New Windsor, Orange, New York, USA.1
     He graduated from Columbia in 1892 and the New York School of Law in 1893. He was a distinguished lawyer and served as the secretary of the Committee of Nine for the reorganization of the New York Police Force, and was the author of "Chrystie on Inheritance Tax."3 In his undated obituary, recreation included "Farm at Lake Waccabuc, Westchester County, New York." Therefore, it is confirmed that this is the Chrystie with whom it is thought Alexander Ross Piper bought Peppeneghek.1

Family 1: Sally Hooper Morrow b. 24 Nov 1872, d. 1927

Citations

  1. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, 194310069. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.
  2. [S201] Unknown, Chrystie Genealogy, 1957). Hereinafter cited as Chrystie Genealogy.
  3. [S202] The Chrystie Memorial Committee, The Chrystie Memorial, 1964. Hereinafter cited as The Chrystie Memorial.

Katherine Ross Chrystie

F, b. 6 February 1874, d. 1944
FatherDr. Thomas Mackaness Ludlow Chrystie b. 1 Nov 1841, d. 19 May 1914
MotherJulia Stanton Ross b. 12 Jan 1851, d. 18 May 1901
     Katherine Ross Chrystie was born on 6 February 1874 in New York City, New York, USA. She married Henry Percy Douglas in 1899 in New York City, New York, USA.1 Katherine Ross Chrystie died in 1944 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.1

Family: Henry Percy Douglas b. 18 Aug 1873, d. 4 May 1955

Citations

  1. [S201] Unknown, Chrystie Genealogy, 1957). Hereinafter cited as Chrystie Genealogy.

Joseph Piper

M
FatherJames Piper b. 1698, d. May 1772
MotherMargaret Cleland b. 28 Nov 1697, d. May 1772
     Joseph Piper was born.1

Citations

  1. [S101] Alexander Ross Piper, History of the Piper Family, c 1910 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), . 1. Hereinafter cited as History of the Piper Family.

Ann Elizabeth Piper1

F, b. 21 June 1843, d. 3 June 1886
FatherSamuel Piper2 b. 14 May 1819, d. 14 Nov 1843
MotherLucinda Wall2
     Ann Elizabeth Piper was born on 21 June 1843.1 She died on 3 June 1886 at age 42.1

Citations

  1. [S125] Typed Extract from "Piper Bible". Hereinafter cited as Piper Bible.
  2. [S101] Alexander Ross Piper, History of the Piper Family, c 1910 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 4. Hereinafter cited as History of the Piper Family.