Doug’s Family Information
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“The Pippin Family of Tazwell County Illinois, Their ancestors and their descendants” document is a Pippin family history beginning with Richard William Pippin born in Maryland in 1792 until 1983 when the book was published.
note: this book list his date of birth as 1788
It includes descendants of your Grandfather Bert Pippin who migrated from Kansas to Saskatchewan in 1906
A book “John Pippen A New Beginning in Maryland” published by Jim Pippin and Emily (Person) Pippin further traces the Pippin/Pippen family history.
Our branch of descendants of John Pippen the immigrant are as follows;
John Pippen who immigrated from England in 1718.
Robert Pippen I born in Maryland in 1730.
Robert Pippin II born in Maryland in 1752.
Richard Pippin born in Maryland in 1792
Benjamin Pippin born in Indiana in 1821
Richard W Pippin born in Indiana in 1844 (my Great Grandfather)
Bert Pippin born in 1878 in Tazwell County Illinois (my Grandfather)
And more until 1983 when the book was published
I have a copy of “John Pippen A New Beginning in Maryland” if anyone is interested in looking at it.
70 Years in Saskatchewan on “Mudsnakes and Sauerkraut” written by J.R. Pippin and published in 1991 is an interesting book written by my Uncle Ralph Pippin.
It portrays some of the history of the Pippin clan in the Saskatoon Saskatchewan area.
Bert Pippin (my grandfather) immigrated from Kansas/Missouri with his brother in law William Kinzie in 1906.
There’s some Pippin family information in the Kinzie link.
Pike Lake Family history is extracts from a book Reflections—Pike Lake Valley Park published in 1981 by the Pike Lake Women’s Institute.
It gives some history of the Pippin family in the area.
Snyder Family History in Radisson is articles extracted from “Reflections of Radisson” a book published in 1982 by the Radisson & District Historical Society
It’s some of the history of the Snyder family in the Radisson Saskatchewan area.