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Tippetts Joseph Earl
 
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Tippetts Ivan Koeven
 
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Tippetts Claudius
 
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RADCLIFFE Eleanor
Tippets Joseph Mahonri
 
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Tippets Joseph William
 
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Mead Sophia Burnham
 
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Tippetts Alice Jeanette
 
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Tippetts Alice Jeanette
 
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Koeven Esther
 
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GOMM B.L.
 
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NEIBAUR Alexander
 
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ROSENBAUM Ellen
 
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McCabe Mary Alice
 
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CARLSON Johanna Louisa
 
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ROSENBAUM Morris David
 
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Koeven Svante Johan Svensson
 
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McCabe Eugene
 
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McGinty Margaret Catherine
 
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McCabe Eugene, Sr.
 
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Casey Elizabeth Ann
 
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Keenan John
 
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Keenan Margaret
 
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McGinty Thomas Mac Elroy
 
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Tippetts Chloe
 
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Tippetts Danielle Maree
 
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Tippetts Joseph Harrison
 
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A composite by Jerry Tippetts of Mom and Dad done shortly after they died in an auto accident.
A composite by Jerry Tippetts of Mom and Dad done shortly after they died in an auto accident.
 
McCabe Mary Alice
Tippetts Ivan Koeven
 
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Argyle Prescott, right sitting with brother Walter, left standing, circa 1917.
Argyle Prescott, right sitting with brother Walter, left standing, circa 1917.
 
PRESCOTT Argyle
 
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Charles Harvey Payne, circa 1961
Charles Harvey Payne, circa 1961
 
PAYNE Charles Harvey
 
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Cpl Reuben Prescott, USA, circa 1944.  Awarded Purple Heart following recovery from wounds suffered during the Battle of the Bulge
Cpl Reuben Prescott, USA, circa 1944. Awarded Purple Heart following recovery from wounds suffered during the Battle of the Bulge
 
PRESCOTT Reuben Leslie
 
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Ellen Rosenbaum and Joseph William Tippets  Uploaded by Virginia Fife.
Ellen Rosenbaum and Joseph William Tippets Uploaded by Virginia Fife.
 
Family: Tippets/ROSENBAUM (F4)
ROSENBAUM Ellen
Tippets Joseph William
 
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Francis Godwin
Francis Godwin
 
GODWIN Francis
 
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George Washington Hosea
George Washington Hosea
 
HOSEA George Washington
 
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Georgia Anne Milam, circa 1895
Georgia Anne Milam, circa 1895
 
MILAM Georgia Anne
 
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great grandmother Caroline Beard wife of Alva Lewis Tippetts. Mother of Joseph Harrison Tippetts
great grandmother Caroline Beard wife of Alva Lewis Tippetts. Mother of Joseph Harrison Tippetts
 
Beard Caroline
 
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Lt Leslie Prescott, Army Air Force, circa 1944
Lt Leslie Prescott, Army Air Force, circa 1944
 
PRESCOTT Leslie Alma
 
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Luther Irvin Lute Hosea
Luther Irvin "Lute" Hosea
 
HOSEA Luther "Lute" Irvin
 
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Luther Irvin Lute Hosea, wife Georgia Anne Milam with daugher Sophia, circa 1895
Luther Irvin "Lute" Hosea, wife Georgia Anne Milam with daugher Sophia, circa 1895
 
HOSEA Luther "Lute" Irvin
HOSEA Sophia Anne
MILAM Georgia Anne
 
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Marie Anne Payne, circa 1941
Marie Anne Payne, circa 1941
 
PAYNE Marie Anne
 
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Pictiure supplied by Grandson Brad Prescott
Pictiure supplied by Grandson Brad Prescott
 
PRESCOTT Leslie John
 
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Picture supplied by Grandson Brad Prescott
Picture supplied by Grandson Brad Prescott
 
Tippets Ellen
 
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Pictures used in making composite. pictures were taken approx. the same time, Dads in Wyoming and Moms in Kansas before they met.
Pictures used in making composite. pictures were taken approx. the same time, Dads in Wyoming and Moms in Kansas before they met.
 
McCabe Mary Alice
Tippetts Ivan Koeven
 
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Pvt Wallace Prescott, USMC, circa 1944.  Served in the Pacific during WWII.
Pvt Wallace Prescott, USMC, circa 1944. Served in the Pacific during WWII.
 
PRESCOTT Wallace Argyle
 
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Sophia Anne Hosea
Sophia Anne Hosea
 
HOSEA Sophia Anne
 
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SSG Asal Jay Ace Prescott, USA. Served in Europe during WWII.
SSG Asal Jay "Ace" Prescott, USA. Served in Europe during WWII.
 
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PRESCOTT Asal Jay
 
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Tippetts J.D.
 
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Tippetts J.D.
 
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Thomas Croft Neibaur - Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient
Thomas Croft Neibaur - Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient
 
NEIBAUR Thomas Croft
 
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TIPPETS, John Harvey (1810-1890), farmer; born in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Converted to Mormonism, 1832. Married Abby Jane Smith, 1834. Involved with the Church in Missouri and Illinois. Member of Mormon Battalion, 1846. Accompanied sick detachment to Pueblo, Colorado, then joined the saints at Winter Quarters. Left pioneer company at Fort Laramie to lead Battalion members and Mississippi saints to Salt Lake Valley in 1847. Moved to Farmington, Davis County, Utah, 1864. Ordained patriarch, 1878. Died at Farmington.
TIPPETS, John Harvey (1810-1890), farmer; born in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Converted to Mormonism, 1832. Married Abby Jane Smith, 1834. Involved with the Church in Missouri and Illinois. Member of Mormon Battalion, 1846. Accompanied sick detachment to Pueblo, Colorado, then joined the saints at Winter Quarters. Left pioneer company at Fort Laramie to lead Battalion members and Mississippi saints to Salt Lake Valley in 1847. Moved to Farmington, Davis County, Utah, 1864. Ordained patriarch, 1878. Died at Farmington.
 
Tippets John Harvey
 
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TIPPETS, Joseph H. (1814-1868), farmer; a cousin of John H. and William Tippets. Born at Lewis, Essex County, New York. Participated in construction of the temple at Kirtland, Ohio. Married Rosella Elvira Perry 1 Jan 1837 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. Crossed plains to Utah with the John B Walker Company, 1852. Resided at Kaysville, Farmington, and Brigham City, where he died.
TIPPETS, Joseph H. (1814-1868), farmer; a cousin of John H. and William Tippets. Born at Lewis, Essex County, New York. Participated in construction of the temple at Kirtland, Ohio. Married Rosella Elvira Perry 1 Jan 1837 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. Crossed plains to Utah with the John B Walker Company, 1852. Resided at Kaysville, Farmington, and Brigham City, where he died.
 
Tippets Joseph H.
 

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