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Descendants of Asa K. Phipps


It seems very possible that Asa K. is the Asa Phipps who was son of Samuel and Rebecca Phipps of Broome Co., New York. Samuel Phipps descends from the Solomon Phipps of Charlestown, MA line.  Other descendants of Solomon had connections with the Butterfield family, and also lived in Vermont and New Hampshire. Does anyone have further information on either of these Asa Phipps?


Generation No. 1

1.  ASA K.1 PHIPPS
was born August 12, 1798 in New York, of Broome Co., New York, and died January 03, 1873 in Laona twp., Winnebago County, Illinois.  He married (1) BETSEY.    He married (2) HANNAH BUTTERFIELD March 1821.  She was born December 25, 1800 in New Hampshire or Vermont, and died November 28, 1855 in Laona twp., Winnebago County, Illinois. Asa K. Phipps was a native of Broome County, New York, where he was born in 1800. He married Hannah Butterfield in March of 1821. Hannah Butterfield was born December 25, 1800 in Vermont. Asa remained in his native state until 1828 and then moved to Canada. Two years later he went to Macomb County, Michigan, and then, after the lapse of several years, to Ionia County, in the same state. In 1854, he moved to Winnebago County, Illinois, where he spent the remainder of his life. He was a farmer by occupation. Hannah and Asa died in Winnebago County, Illinois. Asa died on January 11, 1874. Asa K. Phipps and Hannah Butterfield had several children. Migrated from NY where he was one of the first ferryman at Niagra Falls in approx. 1825. 1845 bought SW 1/4 sec. 34, Laona twp, Winnebago, Illinois.
    
Children of ASA PHIPPS and HANNAH BUTTERFIELD are:
    i.    EUNICE2 PHIPPS, b. May 19, 1822, New York; d. April 10, 1846, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois - unmarried. Burial: Oakland Cemetery, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
2.    ii.  ILEANA PHIPPS, b. November 29, 1823, New York; d. Abt. 1853, Bassett, Iowa.
    iii.   ALZINA PHIPPS, b. June 17, 1825, New York; d. June 09, 1853, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois - never married. Burial: Oakland Cemetery, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
3.    iv. WILLIAM A. PHIPPS, b. June 11, 1827, Black Rock, Niagra Co., New York; d. December 24, 1899, on train, Lakeside, Nebraska.
4.    v. CHRISTINE ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. January 11, 1829, Canada; d. January 01, 1874, Laona twp., Winnebago County, Illinois - or 1/9?.
5.    vi. ALDEN JACKSON PHIPPS, b. July 30, 1831, Indiana? - Macomb or Ionia Co., Michigan; d. 1909, Watertown, South Dakota and of Chickasaw, Chickasaw Co., Iowa.
    vii.  ERI PHIPPS, b. September 1833, Ionia Co., Michigan; d. August 20, 1860, unmarried.
6.    viii. OLIVER PHIPPS, b. August 30, 1835, Ionia, Ionia Co., Michigan; d. May 01, 1906, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota.
    ix.  ALLEN PHIPPS, b. July 31, 1837, Ionia Co., Michigan; d. 1897, California; m. ELIZA S. RANDALL, September 22, 1870, Laona twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; b. 1836. Phipps, Allen, farmer; Sec. 33; P. __ Laona; was born in Iona county, Mich., in 1837; came to this county in 1844; ____ 50 acres, valued at $2,500; independent in politics and religion; was maarried Sept. 23, 1870 to Mrs. Eliza, widow of J. C. Bates and daughter of Wm. Randall, of ____; she was born in 1836; he has three stepchildren; Henry, Robert and Mary Bates; Mr. Phipps has crossed the plains to the Pacific slope several times, meeting with some exciting adventures and narrow escapes for life. (Kett's History of Winnebago Co. 1877)
    x. ROY PHIPPS, b. 1840, Ionia Co., Michigan; d. Bef. 1916.
7.    xi. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. March 26, 1840, Ionia Co., Michigan; d. February 09, 1916, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.


Generation No. 2

2.  ILEANA2 PHIPPS (ASA K.1) was born November 29, 1823 in New York, and died Abt. 1853 in Bassett, Iowa.
She married (1) ALVIN BUTTERFIELD January 10, 1840 in Ionia, Ionia Co., Michigan, son of EDWARD BUTTERFIELD and POLLY.  He was born Abt. 1815 in New York, and died February 01, 1844 in Keene Twp., Ionia Co., Michigan. She married (2) GIDEON JOHNSON.  He was born Abt. 1817 in Massachusetts, and died of Gratiot Twp., Lafayette Co., Wisconsin. She married (3) ALEX GALBRATH, no children. ALVIN BUTTERFIELD: Probably cousin of Ileana (son of Ileana's mother's brother). An Alvin Butterfield, 30 years., b. N.H., was listed in 1870 census of Winnebago Co., Il. as a druggist. A Jonathan Butterfirld is listed on that same census as 53 yrs., with a family, as a farmer. Burial: Pinckney Cemetery.
    
Children of ILEANA PHIPPS and ALVIN BUTTERFIELD are:
    i.  ALDA3 BUTTERFIELD, b. Abt. 1841, Ionia Co., Michigan.
8.    ii.  EMILY MATILDA BUTTERFIELD, b. March 30, 1842, Michigan; d. October 17, 1912, Auburn, King Co., Washington.
    iii.  ALVIN BUTTERFIELD, b. Abt. 1844, Ionia Co., Michigan.

Children of ILEANA PHIPPS and GIDEON JOHNSON are:
    iv.  MARY L.3 JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1848, Lafayette Co., Wisconsin.
    v.  HARVE JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1850, Lafayette Co., Wisconsin.
    vi. WILLIAM JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1852, Lafayette Co., Wisconsin.



3.  WILLIAM A.2 PHIPPS (ASA K.1) was born June 11, 1827 in Black Rock, Niagra Co., New York, and died December 24, 1899 on train, Lakeside, Nebraska.  He married EMILY WEBSTER July 03, 1852 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, daughter of PRICE WEBSTER and EUNICE HOARD.  She was born February 23, 1830 in New York, and died June 10, 1921 in Albany, Oregon - of Hooker Co., Nebraska. Phipps, Wm., Farmer; Sec. 4; P.O. Durand; born at Niagra Falls where his father was 4 years ferryman; in 1825, moved to Oakland Co., Michigan; lived there 6 years; in Iona Co., 11 years, came to this State and Co. in 1844; married July 3, 1853, Miss Emily, daughter of Price B. Webster of Durand;  have seven children living; Homer A., Marriette, Viola Price, Wm., Sarah E., and Emily V.; is an extensive hog breeder; owns 170 acres, valued at $7,600; Independent in politics and religion; in 1860 "crossed the plains" to California, taking his family, a number of horses and horn cattle; returned the next year, coming by water to N.Y.; made a second trip across the plains with 42 horses; was 6 months on the way; sold them out at a profit and came back; made a trip to Idaho in 1864; taking a drove of stock, which were all captured by the Indians before he reached his destination, saving only his life, clothes and a small sum of money; came back, and in 1876 again visited California, over the Pacific Railroad; owns a most beautiful Arab stallion and yearling colt; the former, 4 years old, is said to be the handsomest horse in the State; has been three terms Path Master and one term School Director.  (Kett's History of Winnebago Co. 1877)
Each spring would run the river to St. Louis, one spring going as far as New Orleans. He would then take a steamer to Galena, Ill., and walk from there to Durand, about 100 miles. After haying and harvest, he would walk to the pineries, about 350 miles.
He spent sort of a roaming life, having crossed the plains 3 times when the Indians were hostile, taking his family twice, making the trip with covered wagons, but being more fortunate than many, he drove horses and horn cattle. In 1860 he made his first trip; besides his family, he took his brother Oliver who remained 5 years in the California gold fields. William and his family returned to Ill the next year, crossing the Isthmus of Panama by water to NY and overland to Ill. In 1864 he started for Idaho with a drove of mules (80), but about 60 miles west of Ft. Kearney,  Neb., Indians captured the mules... The U.S. government reimbursed him in his old age by paying him partially for his loss. During the Civil War he made a trip through the South and in 1866 made a successful trip to Idaho with mules.  He came back and in 1876 again visited California on the Pacific Railroad, taking with him his brother Allen who remained in Ca. the balance of his life.
In 1887 he moved to Grant Co. and then Hooker Co., Neb., where he owned 320 acres of land, and where he left his wife Emily when he died at 74 in 1899 after being run over by a wagon while hauling ties and posts in Wyoming.  (History & Genealogy of Governor John Webster Family of Connecticut)

Obituary
William Phipps died on the train between Alliance and Lakeside Sunday morning Dec. 24, 1899, at the advanced age of 84 (sic) years 6 months 13 days, from an internal injury he received while at work in a tie cammp near Merino, Wyo.
The funeral services were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Weaver, on Tuesday Dec 26, 1899 and was burried (sic) in the cemetery on the hill south of Whitman. The children were all here except Homer A., of Pecatonica, Ill., and William A., of Prosser, Nebr.
William Phipps was born June 11, 1825 at Magra (sic) Falls, N.Y. That year his father moved to Oakland county, Michigan. He lived there six years and then moved to Iowa county, Michigan, and lived there 11 years. They then moved to Wumbago (sic) county Illinois in 1844, and then to Hooker county, Nebraska in 1887 where he lived until 1894. Since then he has made his home in this county.
He was married to Miss Emily Webster July 3, 1853, who survive (sic) him and six children mourn his departure. Homer A. of Pecatonica (?), Ill., William A. of Prosser, Neb., Price B., Mrs L.B. Weaver, Mrs. W.F. Palmer and Mrs. J.R. Taylor, of Whitman, Nebr.

Died in the West
William Phipps, a Former Resident Passed Away in Nebraska 1899
William Phipps, a former resident of Durand and who will be remembered by many of our readers, died on the train between Alliance and Lakeside, Nebraska, Sunday morning, Dec. 24, at the advanced age of 84 years(sic), 6 months and 13 days, from an internal injury he received while at work in a tie camp near Merino, Wyo.
William Phipps was born June 11, 1825, at Magra (sic) Falls, N.Y.  That year his father removed to Oakland county, Michigan, where they resided until the subject of this sketch was six years of age, when they removed to Iowa county,Michigan, where they resided eleven years.  They then removed to Winnebago county, Illinois, in 1844, and then to Hooker county, Nebraska, in 1887, where he lived until 1894. Since that time he made his home near Whitman, Nebraska. He was married July 3, 1853, to Miss Emily Webster, of this place, who yet survives him, as also six children of their union.
He had been a great traveler and there was very little of the United States he had not seen. He worked seventeen years in the Wisconsin pineries and each spring would run the river to St. Louis, one spring going as far as New Orleans. He would then take a steamer to Galena, Ill., and walk from there to Durand, about one hundred miles. After haying and harvest he would walk to the pineries, about three hundred and fifty miles distant. In 1860 he crossed the plains to California, taking his famiy with him. He returned the next year by water, crossing the Isthmus of Panama, then by water to New York, and overland to Illinois. He made a second trip to California in 1862 with a bunch of horses, realizing a handsome profit.
In 1864 he started for Idaho with a bunch of mules valued at $10,000. When about sixty miles west of Fort Keaney (sic) the Indians took the mules and left him the wagon. This he left and came back to Illinois.  During the civil war he made a trip through the south and in 1866 made a successful trip to Idaho with mules. He went to Merino, Wyo., about three months ago and was hauling ties and posts and was in some manner run over by a wagon Friday, December 22, which caused his death.

After his death, Emily moved to Portland, Oregon with dau. Viola and her husband.
   
Children of WILLIAM PHIPPS and EMILY WEBSTER are:
9.    i.  MARYETTE3 PHIPPS, b. May 13, 1853, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. January 06, 1884, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
10.    ii.  HOMER ALLEN PHIPPS, b. April 08, 1855, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. Aft. 1920, of Liverpool, Onondaga Co., New York.
11.    iii.  VIOLA OLIVIA PHIPPS, b. August 29, 1857, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. May 31, 1953, Albany, Oregon.
12.    iv.  DR. PRICE BLYNN PHIPPS, b. December 23, 1858, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. May 30, 1920, Oregon City, Oregon.
13.    v.  WILLIAM ABEL PHIPPS, b. June 11, 1862, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. April 11, 1932, Hastings, Nebraska.
14.    vi.  SARAH ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. September 29, 1863, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. November 17, 1940, Long Beach, California.
    vii.  EMILY V. PHIPPS, b. March 27, 1865, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. Aft. 1920, of Levant, Kansas; m. BILL HOYT; m. FRANK PALMER.


4.  CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS (ASA K.1) was born January 11, 1829 in Canada, and died January 01, 1874 in Laona twp., Winnebago County, Illinois - or 1/9?.  She married WILLIAM RANDALL June 25, 1853 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, son of JOSHUA RANDALL and SARAH SMITH.  He was born July 07, 1808 in Milton, Ulster Co., New York - or Spafford, Onondaga Co., NY?, and died January 04, 1894 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Burial: Laona twp., Winnebago County, Illinois. Wm. Randall married S. Plomteaux in 1829 and they moved to Michigan in 1837 from Onondaga Co., N.Y.  They came to Laona Twp., Il., in 1839.  Sophia died in 1852 and he married Christine Phipps. She died in 1874 and in 1877 he married Mary Bell Davis.  Mr. Randall was called Squire as he had studied law as a young man and acted as a lawyer for the area. (Changing Ways, a History of Durand, Ill.)
(from paper of Helen Tombs Gray): Wm. Randall with his wife Sophia Plomteaux decided to leave N.Y. State and seek fortune in the west, whence wonderful stories of opportunity had come back from his brother Jonathan who had gone on ahead.  So William sold his canal boat, to be delivered at the western end of the canal (Erie), loaded his wife, children, mother and sister with what few possessions they could take upon the boat, and set out for unknown lands. After leaving the boat, they visited relatives here and there and also friends who had preceded them. June found them in Ypsilanti, Mich. where their third child was born. They called this little girl Emily. This child, around whose infancy cluster so many memories of adventure and hardship, whose youth was passed amid the exciting and strenuous scenes of pioneer life, was to be pioneer in two states; first in northern, Ill., where the family finally settled at Laona. In 1855 she married Joseph Tombs.

Obituary from Durand Clipper 1/12/1894
William Randall died Jan. 5, 1894, at the age of 85; suffered from a tedious illness of about 2 years.  Was born in Spafford, Onondaga Co., N.Y. Was married to Sophia Plomteaux Sept. 27, 1829. In 1837 came west and settled on a farm in Laona 2 miles n.w. of Durand, where he has ever since resided. Dec. 27, 1852 his wife died leaving 6 children: H.J. Randall; Mrs. Eliza Phipps, Rockford; Mrs. Emma Tombs of Grafton, ND; Addie Corbin, dead; Arabut Randall, Marshall, MN; William Randall, Jr., Laona.
June 25, 1863, he was married to his second wife, Christine Phipps, who died Jan. 9, 1874, leaving 6 children; Freemont, dead; Mont Randall of ND; Mabel, Durand; Frank, dead; H.S. (Bert), Laona; Kittie Bristol, Durand.
He was married to Mary Bell Davis, Oct. 24, 1877, who died Oct. 30, 1890. She was the mother of Fred Davis.
Squire Randall was well known having lived here 60 years, was popular with his neighbors, held some public offices. He studied law in early days and was a lawyer (only one in the area for a number of years.)
Funeral was held at the house on Sat., Rev. Hardin officiated. Was buried in Laona Cemetery.

William owned a race track on the N.W. 40 of what is now the A. Laube farm. Also was a supervisor at one time. He bought furs on the Hudson, was about to be attacked by would-be assassins, but saw movement in time to strike a blow himself. Did not know what happened to the assassin. His brother John settled in Brodhead. Visited a Mormon meeting where the minister was hit in the mouth by a stone - Randall was blamed and had to fight his way out of the meeting. He was big man (6'4" and weighed 250-300 pounds). Filled a buggy to capacity. Always gave kids peaches instead of candy. He and son Bert defended and opposed on the case of S. Barker, who struck a woman with a stick of wood. Barker was made to pay the Dr. bill.
He built the first school in Laona, a stone school, across from his home on Yale Bridge Rd., Laona Twp.
   
Children of CHRISTINE PHIPPS and WILLIAM RANDALL are:
    i.  FREMONT3 RANDALL, b. October 08, 1854, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. October 07, 1855, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Burial: Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    ii. FREMONT RANDALL, b. September 26, 1856, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois - of North Dakota; d. 1934, Rossevelt, Montana - never married. Made his home with Guy Sutherland. Burial: Warroad Cemetery, Warroad, Montana.
    iii. MABEL RANDALL, b. January 18, 1859, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 29, 1921, Rockford, Illinois; m. CYRUS SPAULDING.Show people, did stage acting. Cy in Civil War. Mabel graduate of Durand Seminary located where the cheese factory now stands. No children. Resided with sister, Mrs. Charles Knepp (Calista Randall). Burial: Durand Cemetery, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Cause of Death: "long illness after stroke of paralysis".
    iv. FRANK RANDALL, b. October 15, 1861, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. March 26, 1864, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Cause of Death: "rheumatism in hands and feet and was very sick, dying after about 5 weeks".
15.    v. HERBERT STANLEY RANDALL, b. June 28, 1865, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 14, 1943, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
16.    vi. CALISTA CHRISTINE RANDALL, b. August 17, 1869, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois - of Rockford, Illinois; d. June 10, 1939, Livingston, California.


5.  ALDEN JACKSON2 PHIPPS (ASA K.1) was born July 30, 1831 in Indiana? - Macomb or Ionia Co., Michigan, and died 1909 in Watertown, South Dakota and of Chickasaw, Chickasaw Co., Iowa.  He married PHILURA O. MILLER February 18, 1854 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, daughter of NATHANIEL MILLER and MARTHA TRASK.  She was born July 05, 1836 in Illinois or Seneca Co., Ohio, and died Abt. 1903 in Watertown, South Dakota, of Chickasaw, Chickasaw Co., Iowa.
ALDEN JACKSON PHIPPS, SR.
Resided on section 30, Phipps Township and was one of Codington County’s oldest settlers and best known agriculturists. He had taken a leading part in the affairs of Phipps township ever since 1880, and in recognition of his prominence and the interest he displayed in local affairs, that subdivision of the county was named after him. Alden Jackson Phipps was born in Macomb County, Michigan, July 30, 1831. He was taken to Ionia County, Michigan, by his parents when he was three years old and there attended school and assisted his father with the farm work. In 1845 he accompanied his parents to Winnebago County, Illinois, and when nineteen years old went to Wausau, Wisconsin, where he found employment as a lumberman. He worked in various camps thereabout for five years, and then returned to his home in Illinois. In 1856 Alden went to Fillmore County, Minnesota, with his father, Asa K. Phipps, and each bought one hundred and sixty acres of land there. After living there for seven years he sold his property and took up residence in Mitchell County, Iowa, purchasing a forty acre farm. In 1867 he moved to Howard County, Iowa and a year later to Keokuk County, Iowa, where he cultivated a rented farm for twelve years. He moved to Chickasaw County, IA and remained there for one year. In July 1880, he went to South Dakota and settled upon his farm in Codington County. He owned two hundred and forty acres of land. The farm was situated on the banks of Lake Warner. His farm was the location of one of the few places in the eastern part of the state where natural timber could be found. Politically he was a Republican and was a school director for years and held the office of chairman of the township board for four terms. He was a member of the United Brethren Church.

He and his wife both died on their homestead they had lived on at Phipps twp., Codington Co., South Dakota.
Trustee of Saratoga Twp in 1867, moved to Keokuk Co., Iowa, but 1870, to Chickasaw Co., Iowa by 1880, near brother Oliver's family, and by 1900 were in Phipps twp.  
Census of Aurora, Adams Twp., Keokuk Co., Iowa 1870, p. 259
Alden J. Phipps, 37 yrs., farmer, b. Indiana
Flora, 33 yrs., b. Ilinois
Chaz, 12 yrs, b. Iowa
Relda, 14 yrs, b. Iowa
Annie, 9 yrs, b. Iowa
Josephine, 7 yrs, b. Iowa
Alden, 5 yrs, b. Iowa
Frank, 1 yr, b. Iowa
 
Soundex of Chickasaw twp. Chickasaw Co., Iowa, 1880, reveals two more children; Nellie, 9 yrs, b. Iowa and Roy, 3 yrs, b. Iowa.
    
Children of ALDEN PHIPPS and PHILURA MILLER are:
    i.  ESMERELDA3 PHIPPS, b. January 05, 1856, Preston, Fillmore County, Minnesota; d. 1931, Garden City, South Dakota - no children; m. ORVILLE J. KNAPP, 1886; b. September 1857, Wisconsin.
17.    ii. CHARLES NATHANIEL PHIPPS, b. January 13, 1858, Preston, Fillmore County, Minnesota; d. January 26, 1924, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.
    iii. ANNA A. PHIPPS, b. September 04, 1860, Howard Co., Iowa?; d. Aft. 1924, of Quilcene, Washington; m. JAMES G. SEWELL, November 20, 1878, Washington, Washington Co., Iowa.
18.    iv. JOSEPHINE PHIPPS, b. September 04, 1862, Keokuk Co., Iowa; d. 1929, Garden City, South Dakota.
19.    v. ALDEN JACKSON PHIPPS, b. October 28, 1865, Keokuk Co., Iowa; d. 1955, Pierre, South Dakota.
    vi. FRANK SHERMAN PHIPPS, b. January 18, 1869, Keokuk Co., Iowa; d. October 05, 1889, Codington Co., South Dakota. Burial: Phipps Cemetery, Codington Co., South Dakota. Cause of Death: runaway horse and buggy.
    vii. NELLIE K. PHIPPS, b. April 30, 1871, Keokuk Co., Iowa; d. April 30, 1883, Codington Co., South Dakota. Burial: Phipps Cemetery, Codington Co., South Dakota. Cause of Death: Measles.
20.    viii. ROY ALLEN PHIPPS, b. June 16, 1877, Keokuk Co., Illinois; d. February 20, 1953, South Dakota.


6.  OLIVER2 PHIPPS (ASA K.1) was born August 30, 1835 in Ionia, Ionia Co., Michigan, and died May 01, 1906 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota.  He married EMMA HELEN GAGE January 01, 1866 in Racine, Wisconsin, daughter of AMOS GAGE and SARAH RANDALL.  She was born March 10, 1843 in Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died May 15, 1933 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota. They moved to Bassett, Iowa, about 1879 where son Leroy Montgomery was born, then by covered wagon, they migrated with their children to Park Rapids, Mn., in 1881. They homesteaded on the northwest corner of Fishhook Lake, where he lived out his life. First there was built a log cabin and then a frame two-story home and farm buildings which the author remembers well.
There is a photo taken of a party leaving Illinois for the gold fields in Calif. in 1860, including Oliver and his brother William. Oliver was engaged to Emma Gage at the time and she waited five years for him to return. Some of the gold he found was made into a wedding ring for her. It passed to their oldest daughter, Morna, and is buried with her.
Notice of Final Proof.
Oliver was a Civil War veteran and farmer who moved directly to Todd Township in 1881. In May 1885 Sam Churchill enumerated them 4th in Park Rapids. On June 13, 1895, B. F. Wright enumerated them fifth in Todd Township. Earlier members of the Phipps family had settled in the Bay Colony by the 1640's.

(First Publication March 13th, 1891)
Land Office at St. Cloud, Minn., March 5th, 1891,
Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the judge or in his absence the clerk of district court at Park Rapids, Minn., on April 18th, 1891, viz:
Oliver Phipps
H.E. No. 12735, for the w 1/2 sw 1/4, sw 1/4 nw 1/4 and lot 5 Sec. 10 Tp. 140, range 35.
He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz; Ferdinand Mueller, Wesley Dickerson, F.E. Baker, Carl Mueller, all of Park Rapids Minn.
A. Barto, Register.

Obituary
Oliver Phipps was born in Iona county, Michigan, August 30, 1835. The family moved to Illinois when he was ten years old. When he reached manhood he was one of the throng of gold seekers, going to California in 1860 where he remained five years buffeting the fate of a fortune hunter on the frontier.
He returned and married his boyhood sweetheart, Emma H. Gage, on January 1, 1866. They spent the early years of wedded life at Durand, Ill., moving from there to Chickasaw county, Iowa in 1877. In 1881 they started for their present home arriving on the Shell Prairies the first of June, where they have since resided.
There were eleven children born to bless the union, three of whom have gone before, all in early childhood. Besides the devoted wife he is survived by five sons and three daughters, all but two being married. Also two brothers, one living at the old hom, Durand, Ill., the other at Garden City, S.D.
He has been a constant sufferer for two years from a complication of diseases which, combined with his advanced age, medical aid could not relieve, so God took pity and called him to his last home at 2 a.m. May 1.
He was laid at rest in Greenwood cemetery May 2, 1906, the funeral being held at the residence and the service conducted by Rev. W.T. Milliken.

Notes for EMMA HELEN GAGE:
Emma Phipps owned land In section 10 of Todd township in the 1920s. An invalid for 15 of last years with arthritis. Lived on the home place.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 1933
_____Hubbard County Since 1881: Funeral Held This Morning
Another pioneer of Hubbard County passed away Monday when Mrs. Emma H. Phipps died at her home on the west shore of Fish Hook Lake in Todd Township. Mrs. Phipps was 90 years old at the time of her death and had only been real ill but two days the cause of her death being celeberal (sic) hemmerage (sic).
Mrs. Phipps was a women (sic) of very high principals (sic). She was loved by all who knew her. She was a devoted, loving mother, self-sacrificing to the fullest extent. The past fifteen years she has been confined in her home with arthurites (sic). Mrs. Phipps gave her whole thought to her family and close friends. Her every day Christian Life is a guarantee of her life hereafter.
Emma H. Gage was born March 10, 1843 at Lanoa (sic), Illinois and died at her home in Todd township on Monday May 15th at the age of 90 years and 2 months. She spent her early childhood at Laona, Ill. On January 1st 1866 she was united in marriage to Oliver Phipps at Racine, Wisconsin. The family lived at Lanoa, Illinois until 1877 when they moved to Basset, Iowa. They moved to Park Rapids in 1881 and a year later moved to their present home on Fish Hook Lake where they have since resided.
To this union eight children were born, five sons and three daughters; Walter C. Phipps of Cinook (sic), Mont; Milton S. Phipps of Todd Township; Morna Leedle, Kelso, Wash; Mrs. O.S. Keay, Park Rapids; Mrs. Harry Benjamin, Kelso, Wash; Gene Phipps, Cloquet, Minn; Ray Phipps, Winnepeg, Canada.
The funeral services were held this morning at 10:30 A.M. at the farm home with Rev. Seager of the Methodist Episcopal church of which deceased had been a faithful member officiating. Interment was made in Greenwood cemetery.
Those from away attending the funeral were her two sons, Gene and Ray Phipps, her grandson Storer Keay and family of Minneapolis. The rest of the family were unable to attend the funeral or reach her bedside because of the distance they lived from the home.
The funeral services were attended by many friends and neighbors who came to pay their last respects. _____a true and loving neighbor ____ al offerings were many _______ful.
    
Children of OLIVER PHIPPS and EMMA GAGE are:
21.    i. WALTER CLAYTON3 PHIPPS, b. November 08, 1867, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. March 24, 1936, Havre, Montana.
    ii.    MILTON SEYMOUR PHIPPS, b. April 14, 1869, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. December 24, 1944, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota. He developed arthritis at 11 years of age, so was handicapped, being almost an invalid for years. As he grew older, he was much more able and carried on the work at the farm home in MN and cared for his mother after all the rest of the children were gone. He always walked with difficulty with a crutch. He was an avid reader old westerns and Argosy magazines and kept stacks of them in an upstairs storage area.

Milton Phipps is Found Dead in Home From Burns
Milton Phipps, 75 year old resident of Todd township, was found dead at his home, Wednesday. It is thought that death occurred Sunday from accidental causes.
Coroner A.W. Peterson was called, and after investigating found evidence that Mr. Phipps had tried to use kerosene in kindling a fire, and that it had exploded, setting fire to his clothing and burning him severely.
The body was found in another part of the house, and the fire had died out. The corpse was frozen, leading to the belief that tragedy had occurred some time before discovery was made ______.
The dead man is survived by a sister, Mrs. O.S. Keay of Minneapolis and brothers in Duluth and _____ Washington.

Funeral services for Milton S. Phipps, 75, who died Sunday, December 24, at his home in Todd township, were conducted Saturday afternoon at the Frazey funeral home, Rev. A.E. Wittrup officiating.
Pall bearers were Vern Weekley, Rubert Hawkins, John Bradt, John Michels, Alden Potter, and Sigurd Skorseth. Burial was made in the family lot in Greenwood cemetery.
Born April 14, 1869 in Laoma, Illinois, a son of Oliver and Emma H. Gage Phipps, Milton Seymour Phipps came with his parents to Park Rapids in 1881. The family lived on the west shore of Fish Hook lake and were among the earliest settlers in that locality. The original road to Itasca State park passed through the Phipps property, almost through their door yard.
Coming here when a young lad, Milton attended the local schools and grew to manhood. He had held different positions of trust in his township and school district but of late had retired from public life.
He was unmarried and lived by himself in the old home.
Surviving are three sisters and three brothers, Mrs. O.S. Keay (Sadie) of Minneapolis, Gene Phipps of Duluth; Roy Phipps of the State of Washington; Ray Phipps of Winnipeg, Can.; Mrs. Hugh Leedle (Mona) of Kelso, Wash., and sister Rilla.
Mrs. Keay and granddaughter Joyce Keay of Minneapolis and Gene Phipps of Duluth were relatives who were here in attendance at the funeral.
    iii. HERBERT DWAIN PHIPPS, b. August 04, 1870, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. January 27, 1873, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois. Burial: Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    iv. OLIVER SHIRLEY PHIPPS, b. September 22, 1872, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 04, 1873, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois.Burial: Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    v.  MABEL CHRISTENA PHIPPS, b. February 25, 1874, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 10, 1874, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois. Burial: Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois.
22.    vi. MORNA SERENA PHIPPS, b. August 22, 1875, Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. December 16, 1958, Kelso, Washington.
23.    vii. SARAH ESTELLE PHIPPS, b. February 25, 1877, Durand, Laona twp, Ionia Co., Illinois; d. August 09, 1949, Minneapolis, Henn. Co., Minnesota.
24.    viii. LEROY MONTGOMERY PHIPPS, b. May 02, 1879, Bassett, Iowa; d. March 21, 1964, Everett, Washington.
25.    ix. ILENA ORILLA R. PHIPPS, b. July 29, 1881, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. March 12, 1940, Kelso, Washington.
26.    x. SAMUEL EUGENE PHIPPS, b. July 01, 1883, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. Cloquet, Minnesota.
27.    xi. OLIVER RAY PHIPPS, b. December 25, 1885, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. December 09, 1957, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


7.  SAMUEL2 PHIPPS (ASA K.1) was born March 26, 1840 in Ionia Co., Michigan, and died February 09, 1916 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  He married PHOEBE CHAMBERS August 07, 1870 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  
Obit. Durand Gazette, Feb. 17, 1936
Samuel Phipps was born in Iona, Mich., May 26, 1840. He was the youngest of eleven children, all of which have now passed on to the great beyond. He came west to Illinois when he was 7 years old and lived in this vicinity. Samuel married Phoebe Chambers Aug. 7, 1870 and lived in Laona Twp., Il. Had one adopted dau. named Elsie, who died 1910. Two grandchildren in Oregon. When the Civil War became a great conflict and the Union was in grave danger, Mr. Phipps, like many other young men in his community, proved himself a true patriot in offering his life to defend the country against the common enemy. He enlisted in Company H, 74th Ill. Inf. in Aug., 1862 and served until Feb., 1863. He re-enlisted in Company D., 12th Ill. Calv. Jan. 3, 1864, and was honorably discharged May 17, 1866. For many years after their marriage, they lived on a small farm in Laona Twp., but his health failed and about 1913 they moved to Durand where they resided until his death Feb. 9, 1916. Funeral services were held at the large home of Mr. Phipps. Comrades of the G.A.R. attended in body and also many neighbors and friends. Rev. Albert Bauman officiated. Interment was in the Laona Cemetery.  
Birthdate from ASA PHIPPS family bible is March 26, 1840.
    
Child of SAMUEL PHIPPS and PHOEBE CHAMBERS is:
    i.    ELSIE3 PHIPPS, d. 1910; Adopted child. Two children were born and lived in Oregon.


Generation No. 3

8.  EMILY MATILDA3 BUTTERFIELD (ILEANA2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born March 30, 1842 in Michigan, and died October 17, 1912 in Auburn, King Co., Washington.  She married WILLIAM E. RIPLEY July 24, 1859 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, son of JAMES RIPLEY and MAHALA RANDALL.  He was born December 25, 1834 in New York, and died 1905 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota. Burial: Faucett Cemetery, Auburn, King Co., Washington.
    
Children of EMILY BUTTERFIELD and WILLIAM RIPLEY are:
    i.  ELNORA A.4 RIPLEY, b. July 28, 1860, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; m. A. GARRETT.
28.    ii.  ROZELLA REBECCA RIPLEY, b. May 30, 1862, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. December 19, 1941, Auburn, King Co., Washington.
    iii.  EMMA E. RIPLEY, b. February 10, 1864, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. November 03, 1908; m. WILLIAM STOWELL.
    iv. IDA A. RIPLEY, b. July 05, 1866, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 27, 1879.
    v. WILLIAM A. RIPLEY, b. June 28, 1869, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. December 07, 1937, Washington; m. ALVIRA SKAGGS.
    vi. EARNEST RIPLEY, b. Abt. 1870, Illinois; d. Abt. 1872, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    vii. EDWARD V. RIPLEY, b. March 19, 1874, Iowa; d. September 15, 1955, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; m. ANNA HALEY.
    viii. IRVIN R. RIPLEY, b. July 12, 1877, Charles City, Iowa; d. October 05, 1879.
    ix. MANLEY J. RIPLEY, b. February 07, 1881, Eau Claire, Wisconsin; d. Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; m. RUBY WELCH.
    x.  CORA M. RIPLEY, b. October 17, 1882, Deerfield, Iowa; d. Ridgefield, Washington; m. CHARLES HILL.


9.  MARYETTE3 PHIPPS (WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born May 13, 1853 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died January 06, 1884 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  She married LUCIUS HOWARD October 10, 1875 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  
    
Children of MARYETTE PHIPPS and LUCIUS HOWARD are:
    i. WILLIAM J.4 HOWARD, b. October 22, 1876, Bishop Creek, Inyo Co., California.
    ii. FRANK HOWARD, b. February 17, 1878, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    iii. MARK G. HOWARD, b. September 01, 1881, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    iv. JESSIE HOWARD, b. December 08, 1883; d. July 12, 1884, No. Loup, Valley Co., Nebraska.
Obituary
A rather sad case, and one that elicited considerable attention and sympathy from the ladies of our town, came to light last week. A Mr. Howard of Illinois, arrived here three or four weeks ago with a family of four children ages 7, 5, 3, and the fourth an infant was born.  It seems the mother of the children died in January, one month after the infant was born, and Mr. Howard, being disgusted with the part of the country he was in determined to seek a new home. He brought with him a man and his wife to work for him. He moved into Joe Slo__nys's house temporarily, while he could look about for some land. The children have all been sick in turn, and the infant, deprived of the care of a mother, has ailed continually, and finally on Saturday last succumbed to an attack of cholera infantum.  The funeral took place on Sunday, and was attended by nearly everybody in town.  (No. Loup Herald July 1884)


10.  HOMER ALLEN3 PHIPPS (WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born April 08, 1855 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died Aft. 1920 of Liverpool, Onondaga Co., New York.  He married EFFIE A. SARVER November 10, 1878 in Avon, Rock Co., Wisconsin, daughter of SAMUEL SARVER and LYDIA BALDOSER.  She was born May 12, 1860 in Elton, Pecatonica Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died September 20, 1907 in Pecatonica Twp, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Farmed on a farm west of Pecatonica for a time. She passed away at the home of her daughter Viola Phipps Brown, the victim of cancer.
    
Child of HOMER PHIPPS and EFFIE SARVER is:
    i. VIOLA OLIVIA4 PHIPPS, b. September 14, 1879, Pecatonica Twp, Winnebago Co., Illinois; m. RALPH E. BROWN, January 25, 1900, By Rev. J. Chas. Evans, Congregational church; b. Abt. 1881, of Rockford, Illinois.


11. VIOLA OLIVIA3 PHIPPS (WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born August 29, 1857 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died May 31, 1953 in Albany, Oregon.  She married LESTER B. WEAVER December 25, 1879 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  He was born 1857, and died January 1953. Children died of diptheria and there was also a boy lost to miscarriage just before birth.
They migrated to Nebraska in 1887, following her parent's move there, and settled 5 mi. no. of them in Cherry Co., Ne.  Several members of Lester's immediate family came out at the same time; the women and children stayed on the Middle Loup River at Norway while the men went out to ranch and file on the homesteads. After the death of their children, they took in nephews and nieces, raising one of Elva's children from a baby to marriage. Lester was a carpenter by trade and would be away from home most of the time building homes for the settlers. He was gone at the time the little girls died and someone rode to get him. He built their coffins and they were buried in the yard. 8 years later he and a friend removed the coffins at night and took them to the Whitman cemetery for burial - Diptheria was so feared that after that many years, people were aftraid of contracting the disease. Lester built the first schoolhouse in Grant Co. Later when they moved to town, he owned the lumber yard and grocery store, building several houses in Whitman. He built a small house next to them for Grandma Emily. They moved to Oregon in 1910. They observed their 73rd wedding anniversary in Christmas Day 1952; he died 2 weeks later and she died that April. They were 95 years old. (from a letter from June Phipps Magnusen to Ardis Bondegard, 1980)
 LESTER B. WEAVER: masonic carpenter, and joiner. They were called 'Ole' and 'Lett'.
    
Children of VIOLA PHIPPS and LESTER WEAVER are:
    i. EMMA E.4 WEAVER, b. December 23, 1880, Laona, Illinois; d. 1889.
    ii. MENE WEAVER, b. April 21, 1883, Laona, Illinois; d. 1889.
    iii. SADIE WEAVER, b. 1886; d. 1889.


12.  DR. PRICE BLYNN3 PHIPPS (WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born December 23, 1858 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died May 30, 1920 in Oregon City, Oregon.  He married (1) BETTY.    He married (2) MABLE COREY September 10, 1900 in Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.  She was born 1869.  Graduate of Weltmer Institute, Missouri. He moved from Durand, Ill. in 1915 to Albany, Oregon, and then to Oregon City, Oregon.
Well Known Doctor Passes Away Sunday After Long Illness
Dr. Blinn Phipps, a well known physician of Oregon City, died at the family home at Seventh and Water streets, Sunday night at 12:30 o'clock after an illness of about a year. Dr. Phipps who was a graduate of Weltmer Institute, Missouri, had been very successful in his profession, but during the past year, when his health failed, he gave up his practice and retired from business. His last illness was caused by an abscess in the ____ and everything was done to save his life by specialists.
Dr. Phipps was born at Durand, Ill., December 23, 1858, and was 61 years of age. From Durand Dr. Phipps moved to Nebraska in 1888, where he remained until 1915, when he moved with his family to Oregon, taking up his home at Albany, where he remained until 1917, when he moved to Oregon City and took up his profession.
Dr. Phipps is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mable Phipps; three children, Misses Harriet and Helen, and Fred, of Oregon City; his aged mother, Mrs. Emily Phipps who recently celebrated her 90th birthday anniversary, and who resides at Albany, Oregon; three sisters, Mrs. L.B. Weaver of Albany; Mrs. Sarah Taylor of Whitman, Nebraska; Mrs. Emma Palmer of Levant, Kansas; two brothers, W.A. Hastings, Nebraska; Homer Phipps of Liverpool, N.Y.
The funeral services will be held from the family home Tuesday after noon at 2 o'clock, with the I.O.O.F. Lodge having charge of this service of which order Dr. Phipps has been member for the past ten years. Following the services at the home the remains are to be taken to the crematorium at Sellwood, where they will be cremated. The services at the crematorium will be in charge of Rev. Condon, of the Spiritualistic faith.  (Oregon City Enterprise June 1, 1920)  

Children of PRICE PHIPPS and MABLE COREY are:
    i.  HARRIET4 PHIPPS, b. 1901, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.
    ii.  HELEN PHIPPS, b. 1905, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.
29.    iii.  FRED B. PHIPPS, b. 1909, Hyannis, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1981.


13.  WILLIAM ABEL3 PHIPPS (WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born June 11, 1862 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died April 11, 1932 in Hastings, Nebraska.  He married CORA E/G. HULL March 17, 1886 in Rockton, Winnebago Co., Illinois, daughter of SAMUEL HULL and CAROLINE FAIRBANKS (
or dau. of Alfred and Orra Jane Selden? of NY).  She was born October 28, 1864 in Shirland, Illinois, and died May 04, 1912 in Prosser, Nebraska.
    
Children of WILLIAM PHIPPS and CORA HULL are:
    i.  FLOYD BYRON4 PHIPPS, b. March 31, 1888, Canton, South Dakota; d. January 20, 1946, Denver, Colorado; m. (1) EMMA KROLL, August 03, 1911; m. (2) KATHLEEN LOGAN, 1938. Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery, Denver, Colorado.
30.    ii.  CHAPEN ALLEN PHIPPS, b. November 21, 1893, Canton, South Dakota; d. November 13, 1969, Glenvil, Nebraska.
31.    iii. MYRTLE MARIE PHIPPS, b. June 28, 1901, Prosser, Nebraska.


14.  SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS (WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born September 29, 1863 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died November 17, 1940 in Long Beach, California.  She married JAY R. TAYLOR 1888 in Hooker Co., Nebraska.  He was born October 28, 1864 in Minnesota, and died September 13, 1944 in Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska. Homesteaded in Cherry Co., Nebraska, and later moved to Long Beach, California. Grave marker gives birth date as 1864, but children and neighbors said she gave date as 1862.
JAY R. TAYLOR: Resided at Whitman, Ne., where he was a pioneer resident, son of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Taylor for whom the county seat of Loup Co. was named. He came to Nebraska with his parents while a small boy. He married Sarah Elizabeth Phipps and they homesteaded part of the acreage that later grew into one of the largest ranches in western Nebraska. Throughout his lifetime, he was interested in the progress of the cattle raising industry and development of the country. He married 2nd Mrs. Lois Leyner.  The following was written down by Jay Taylor shortly before his death in an auto-train collision in the town of Whitman:
"I was born in 1864, and came to the eastern part of the Sand hills, in Valley County, from Minnesota in 1876. I stayed there until 1878 and moved to Loup Co.: from Loup Co. to Grant Co.  in 1883. Since then I have remained here almost continually, except for about 5 winters which I put in in New Mexico., Arizona, and Texas, buying cattle and shipping them to the Nebraska Sand Hills.
When I came here, I rode a little Spanish mule, and went to work for the Bar 7 outfit on the Loup River, The Starr & Rankin ranch. It was the late Dave Rankin, of Tarkio, Mo., who was at that time the largest individual cattle feeder in the world, or at least was so considered at that time. I worked for them until they closed out in the fall of 1888. Then I went on my ranch here at Whitman.
I shipped my first cattle to Omaha in 1890, one-half load of cows, along with Gus Buckfinch. They sold for 2 cents a pound.  I have never missed a year shipping to Omaha since, shipping from a few carloads to as many as 40 loads in a year.
In 1883, I shipped a load of two-year-old steers and they brought 3 cents per pound. I bought a load to bring home at from 1 cent a pound to 1 & a half to 2 cents; they cost me $9.15 a head laid down at Whitman. The next year I sold them for $25.00 a head. The only thing the matter with them was, there were not enough of them.
Well, I am running cattle, but I think I will have to cut down, as I cannot ride a horse any more and cannot very well cut cattle with the car. I try it sometimes, but do not get a very good job done. I'm thankful I can drive a car at my age, if I can't ride a horse, as I was raised on a horse before leaving Minnesota. My father always ran a livery stable.
The last two years I punched cows on the Rankin ranch, Charles  Hoyt and I broke all their saddle horses, 60 head each year, and I have broke dozens of them for myself."
    
Children of SARAH PHIPPS and JAY TAYLOR are:
32.    i. FELIX HENRY4 TAYLOR, b. April 10, 1889, Fording Valley, Nebraska; d. April 09, 1966, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.
33.    ii. SADIE ELIZABETH TAYLOR, b. April 22, 1890; d. January 19, 1978.
    iii. BESSIE PEARL TAYLOR, b. October 23, 1891; d. December 23, 1911, Ardmore, South Dakota - no children; m. EMIL HERNCALL, August 23, 1911. Burial: Lincoln, Nebraska
34.    iv. MARTHA WASHINGTON TAYLOR, b. February 22, 1893.
35.    v. WILLIAM EDWARD TAYLOR, b. August 14, 1894; d. January 14, 1965.
36.    vi. ELVA HELEN TAYLOR, b. March 21, 1901, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska; d. March 09, 1968, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.
37.    vii. NELLIE FRANCES TAYLOR, b. July 19, 1903, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.


15.  HERBERT STANLEY3 RANDALL (CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born June 28, 1865 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died September 14, 1943 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  He married IDA MAY BOLENDER December 25, 1897 in Spring Grove, Illinois, daughter of LEVI BOLENDER and SARAH HAAS.  She was born March 31, 1868 in Rock Grove, Illinois, and died October 08, 1941 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. 15 children. 5 died as infants and 3 others before age 21. Lived on 35 acres where Levi his son lived. Township assessor several years. Ida a school teacher before marriage. Burial: Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois.
    
Children of HERBERT RANDALL and IDA BOLENDER are:
    i. STANLEY ALLEN4 RANDALL, b. June 22, 1888, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. August 01, 1898, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Burial: Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois.
38.    ii. WALTER RAY RANDALL, b. November 11, 1889, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. August 08, 1965, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    iii. GUY RANDALL, b. January 19, 1891, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. February 06, 1891, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
39.    iv. JAY REDMOND RANDALL, b. April 05, 1892, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. February 10, 1968, Pecatonica, Illinois.
    v. ESTHER LORENA RANDALL, b. September 11, 1894, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois; d. March 10, 1895, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    vi. HERBERT JAMES RANDALL, b. December 06, 1895, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. November 02, 1912, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Baked excellent bread. Had a way with tools. Died of blood poisoning in his arm. Funeral at home. Called Jim.
    vii. CLAYTON EUGENE RANDALL, b. November 25, 1897, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. February 21, 1898, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
40.    viii. JOHN RANDALL, b. April 11, 1899, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. December 11, 1961, Phoenix, Arizona.
    ix. CARRIE ALICE RANDALL, b. December 21, 1900, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. May 18, 1921, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Underwent an operation from which she did not recover.
41.    x. CLARENCE WILLIAM RANDALL, b. February 05, 1902, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. November 08, 1952, Beloit, Wisconsin.
    xi. ROBERT RANDALL, b. January 27, 1904, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 25, 1904, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois. Burial: Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois
    xii. RICHARD RANDALL, b. January 27, 1904, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. October 09, 1904, Laona, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois. Burial: Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    xiii. GLADYS CHRISTINE RANDALL, b. December 25, 1905, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; m. ROY GEIST, July 07, 1927, Mooseheart, Illinois. No children. School teacher at Gilman and Church Hill and Durand schools.
    xiv. MABEL ELIZABETH RANDALL, b. November 02, 1907, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. October 12, 1993, Rockford, Illinois; m. (1) MELVIN JONES, Bef. 1950; m. (2) MARTIN PEAVY, June 20, 1950. No children.  Worked in restaurants. Lived Yonge St. Rockford, Illinois. Burial: Willwood Cemetery, Rockford, Illinois.
    xv. LEVI MERLE RANDALL, b. August 12, 1910, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 20, 1972, Monroe, Wisconsin. Unmarried. Worked the home place. Burial: Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois.


16.  CALISTA CHRISTINE3 RANDALL (CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born August 17, 1869 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois - of Rockford, Illinois, and died June 10, 1939 in Livingston, California. She married GEORGE BRISTOL October 19, 1890 in Beloit, Wisconsin, son of IDE BRISTOL and ESTHER PARKER.  He was born January 05, 1858 in Candea, New York, and died November 12, 1950.
She also married CHARLES KNEPP and ? TURNER.  Burial: Durand Cemetery, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
    
Child of CALISTA RANDALL and TURNER is:
    i. EVERETT4 TURNER, b. May 17, 1890, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. June 27, 1890, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois. Burial: Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois.
    
Children of CALISTA RANDALL and GEORGE BRISTOL are:
    ii. HAZEL GRACE4 BRISTOL, b. August 02, 1891, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. December 18, 1952, Pasadena, California - no children; m. CLARENCE MILLER.
42. iii. HARRY JAMES BRISTOL, b. April 04, 1893, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 24, 1946, Norway, Illiniois.
43.    iv. MABEL ESTHER BRISTOL, b. February 25, 1898, Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois; d. December 24, 1963, Clarkstown, Washington.
    v. BLANCHE OLIVE BRISTOL, b. August 27, 1902, Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois; d. September 01, 1942, Livingston, California - no children.


17.  CHARLES NATHANIEL3 PHIPPS (ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1)56 was born January 13, 1858 in Preston, Fillmore County, Minnesota, and died January 26, 1924 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.  He married CORA ELIZABETH WOODMAN January 09, 1882, daughter of SIMON WOODMAN and ROSANNAH MILLER.  She was born May 03, 1865 in Wentworth, Mitchell Co., Iowa, and died June 29, 1946 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota. No children in 1905 census. Lived near Garden City, Maydelle twp., Clark Co., SD, Sec. 26, T. 118, R. 56.
    
Children of CHARLES PHIPPS and CORA WOODMAN are:
44.    i.  FRANK SHERMAN4 PHIPPS, b. January 18, 1890, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota; d. May 10, 1974, Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota.
    ii. GOLDIE CLARE PHIPPS, b. November 05, 1886, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota; d. September 25, 1967, Watertown, Codington Co., South Dakota.
    iii. J. WOODMAN PHIPPS, b. November 1894, South Dakota; d. August 26, 1901, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.


18.  JOSEPHINE3 PHIPPS (ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born September 04, 1862 in Keokuk Co., Iowa, and died 1929 in Garden City, South Dakota.  She married WALTER ALLEN BAILEY February 18, 1879 in Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, son of J.A. BAILEY and MARTHA FORD.  He was born October 1857 in Ohio.
    
Children of JOSEPHINE PHIPPS and WALTER BAILEY are:
    i. FLORA M.4 BAILEY, b. May 1888, South Dakota.
    ii. BAILEY.


19.  ALDEN JACKSON3 PHIPPS (ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born October 28, 1865 in Keokuk Co., Iowa, and died 1955 in Pierre, South Dakota.  He married (1) BESSIE CURRIE Abt. 1887, daughter of JOHN CURRIE and MARY BLACK.  She was born August 30, 1866 in Canada, and died 1913.  He married (2) DORIS/DORA TRENHOLM Aft. 1913.  She died Aft. 1920 in Pierre, South Dakota. 4 South Dakota Homestead Patents 128.61 acres, 1890Lived near Henry, Phipps twp., Codington Co., South Dakota, Sec. 30, T. 118, R. 55. Was a farmer. 1920 census, Dora's daus. from previous marriage living with them, along with Roy C., Robert, Albert, and Bessie. Moved to Pierre, S.D. where they lived the rest of their lives.
 BESSIE CURRIE: Immigrated to US 1885.
    
Children of ALDEN PHIPPS and BESSIE CURRIE are:
    i. CLEORA MARY4 PHIPPS, b. October 1889, Coddington Co., South Dakota; of Berrien Springs, Michigan; m. WILFRED BODTKER. 6 children.
    ii. NELLIE S. PHIPPS, b. July 1890, South Dakota; d. 1910, South Dakota.
    iii. ETTIE PHIPPS, b. November 1892, Coddington Co., South Dakota.
45.    iv. ROY CURRIE PHIPPS, b. August 1896, Coddington Co., South Dakota.
    v. ROBERT ALDEN PHIPPS, b. November 1899, Coddington Co., South Dakota.
    vi. ALBERT L. PHIPPS, b. 1905, South Dakota.
    vii.  BESSIE PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1908; of Worthington, Minnesota; m. HOFER.


20.  ROY ALLEN3 PHIPPS (ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born June 16, 1877 in Keokuk Co., Illinois, and died February 20, 1953 in South Dakota.  He married (1) MAY SEELEY Abt. 1896.  She was born April 1875.  He married (2) ANNIE LOUISE SCHOEPP Bet. 1900 - 1901, daughter of FERDINAND/RUDOLPH SCHOEPP and MINNIE BALK.  She was born October 14, 1883 in Raymond, South Dakota, and died May 03, 1951 in South Dakota. Lived in Henry, Phipps twp., Codington Co., SD, Sec. 19, T. 118, R. 55. Was a farmer. A son Charles may have been born after 1920. All children dead by 1997. Burial: Garden City, South Dakota.
    
Child of ROY PHIPPS and MAY SEELEY is:
    i. LINN CLAIRE4 PHIPPS, b. November 02, 1897, Clark Co. Left Garden City, SD as a young man and was never heard from again.
    
Children of ROY PHIPPS and ANNIE SCHOEPP are:
46.    ii. FRANKIE FERN4 PHIPPS, b. 1901, Phipps twp, Codington Co., South Dakota; d. December 1935, South Dakota.
47.    iii. ROY JACKSON PHIPPS, b. September 19, 1904, Phipps twp, Codington Co., South Dakota; d. June 26, 1961, Watertown, South Dakota.
    iv. RUTH PHIPPS, b. 1912, South Dakota; m. WALTER NELSON. 4 children.
48.    v.  MERLE PHIPPS, b. 1915, South Dakota; of Washington.
    vi.  HAROLD PHIPPS, b. 1917, South Dakota; m. ETHEL PRATT. 4 children.
    vii.  LEE PHIPPS, b. 1918, South Dakota; d. unmarried.
    viii. HARRY PHIPPS, b. December 12, 1921; m. HARRIET BACHMAN. 2 children.
49.    ix. HARRIET PHIPPS, b. December 12, 1921; d. January 28, 1986.


21.  WALTER CLAYTON3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born November 08, 1867 in Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died March 24, 1936 in Havre, Montana.  He married (1) ARMINA BLUNT September 15, 1890 in Hubbard Co., Minnesota.  She died  in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota.  He married (2) ELLA MAY FOX Abt. 1898, daughter of NELSON FOX and EMMA.  She was born February 09, 1881, and died 1945 in Havre, Montana. Had one child who lived only 5 mo. and Armina died a mo. after giving birth. 4 children second marriage. Died after breaking hip in fall on ice.
In prison for 18 months for unknowlingly cutting timber on government land. Worked the lumber trade. Ella did sewing. Burial: Chinook, Montana. ARMINA BLUNT: Cause of Death: Tree fell on house killing her and her daughter.
    
Child of WALTER PHIPPS and ARMINA BLUNT is:
    i. MINA CLAYTON4 PHIPPS, b. 1896; d. Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota.
    
Children of WALTER PHIPPS and ELLA FOX are:
50.    ii. HERBERT CLAYTON4 PHIPPS, b. July 10, 1899, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. May 28, 1967, Chinook, Montana.
    iii. VIOLA PHIPPS, b. 1908; d. 1916, Hydro, Montana.
51.    iv. LESTER HAROLD PHIPPS, b. March 22, 1916, Hydro, Montana; d. January 28, 1980, Havre, Montana.
52.    v. LEONA MARGARET PHIPPS, b. February 18, 1919, Hydro, Montana; d. of Waterford, Wisconsin.


22.  MORNA SERENA3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1)60 was born August 22, 1875 in Laona Twp., Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died December 16, 1958 in Kelso, Washington.  She married HUGH LOWDEN LEEDLE March 22, 1899 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, son of ROBERT LEEDLE and AGNESS GALT.  He was born January 17, 1870 in Austin, Minnesota, of North Dakota, and died November 01, 1951 in Kelso, Washington, of British Columbia, Canada. All of Hugh's family moved to Palermo, ND 1901-1903 and each had ranches there. 1904-5 a prairie fire started; Morna was pregnant, but she ran ahead of the fire with Joe on horseback behind her and Muggs in the saddlebag and Tinsie running with her - she carried gold money pinned to her clothes on her chest, and it rubbed the skin off her chest as she ran. Just before Thanksgiving 1910, they moved to Canada, 20 miles from Piapot (Maple Creek), south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. They only had one good crop in 8 years, so in 1918 they moved to Little Fort (Mount Olie), B.C. Hugh bought a house in the village and did logging. He hired Indians to clear off the property and raised some crops for horses. In 1928 they moved to Kelso, Washington. Rilla and Harry were living in Longview, WA and wrote that they were building a big Weyerhauser mill in the town. Hugh lied about his age and worked in the powerhouse until he retired.  HUGH LOWDEN LEEDLE: Had a large wheat ranch in Saskatchewan, Canada and raised thoroughbred trotting horses for sulky racing. Later employed by Weyerhauser Timber Co. until retirement.
    
Children of MORNA PHIPPS and HUGH LEEDLE are:
    i. JOE4 LEEDLE, b. January 19, 1900, Wilmont, South Dakota; d. 1905.
    ii. SHERLEY LEEDLE, b. October 1902, Wilmont, South Dakota; d. 1902.
53.    iii. MARGUERETTE PANSY LEEDLE, b. March 26, 1903, Palermo, North Dakota; d. January 28, 1980, Kelso, Washington.
    iv. AGNES MARIE LEEDLE, b. August 22, 1906, Palermo, North Dakota; of Kelso and Longview, Washington; m. EDGAR FRANKLIN HARRISON, November 09, 1929, South Bend, Washington; b. August 04, 1900; d. April 14, 1961, Longview, Washington.
54.   v. HUGH BERNARD LEEDLE, b. May 29, 1911, Piapot, Saskatchewan, Canada; d. August 18, 1988, Longview, Washington.
55.    vi. RALPH ROLAND LEEDLE, b. April 25, 1922, Mount Olie, Little Fort, British Columbia, Canada; d. March 28, 1977, Toledo, Oregon.


23.  SARAH ESTELLE3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1)60 was born February 25, 1877 in Durand, Laona twp, Ionia Co., Illinois, and died August 09, 1949 in Minneapolis, Henn. Co., Minnesota.  She married OLIVER STORER KEAY March 21, 1898 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, son of OLIVER KEAY and MARGARET JORDAN.  He was born March 02, 1860 in Blaine, Maine, and died July 29, 1929 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota. OLIVER STORER KEAY:Surveyor and timber cruiser in northern Minnesota after moving from Mars Hill, Maine. Built at least one log lodge in the Park Rapids area at Two Inlets, had a large sawmill on the Fishhook River, and was involved in re-surveying property lines for the government. Active in politics. Burial: Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota
    
Child of SARAH PHIPPS and OLIVER KEAY is:
56.    i.  OLIVER STORER4 KEAY, b. March 10, 1900, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; d. July 13, 1966, Orlando, Orange Co., Florida.


24.  LEROY MONTGOMERY3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born May 02, 1879 in Bassett, Iowa, and died March 21, 1964 in Everett, Washington.  He married JESSIE MORTON 1902, daughter of JOHN MORTON and ELLEN CROOKSTON.  She was born August 11, 1885 in Jackson, Minnesota, and died February 04, 1971 in Everett, Washington. A salesman. Sold a plant called Sempre Viva for health and medicinal purposes. Settled in Washington.
Couple Note 60th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy M. Phipps 3211 Oakes Ave., will be honored on the occasiion of their 60th wedding anniversary today with a small reception this evening in their home, being hostessed by their granddaughter, Mrs. Don (Beatrice) Parish of Lake Stevens.
The Phipps were married in Park Rapids, Minn., Dec. 9, 1901, and came to Everett approximately 40 years ago. Mrs. Jessie Phipps was born at Jackson, Minn., August 11, 1885, and her husband was born at Basset, Iowa, May 2, 1879.
They have three sons, Duane of Everett, Oliver of Yakima, and Leon of Everett; five grandsons, __ great grandsons and three great granddaughters.
Mr. Phipps has been a traveling salesman most of his life.
Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Everett, Washington
    
Children of LEROY PHIPPS and JESSIE MORTON are:
    i.  DUANE EUGENE4 PHIPPS, b. June 07, 1904, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. April 29, 1983, Everett, Washington - no children; m. GLADYS VIOLA POTTER; b. 1904. Burial: Everett, Washington.
57.    ii. OLIVER LEROY PHIPPS, b. July 28, 1906, North Dakota; d. May 03, 1980, Yakima, Washington.
    iii. BEATRICE PHIPPS, b. June 04, 1910, Sherbin, Minnesota; d. October 22, 1920, Everett, Washington. Burial: Everett, Washington. Cause of Death: Thyphoid fever.
58.    iv. LEON HARVEY PHIPPS, b. January 11, 1917, Hilliard, Spokane Co., Washington; d. March 1994, Everett, Washington.


25.  ILENA ORILLA R.3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born July 29, 1881 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, and died March 12, 1940 in Kelso, Washington.  She married HARRY ERNST BENJAMIN July 04, 1900 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota.  He was born Abt. 1874, and died October 15, 1945 in Kelso, Washington.
   
Children of ILENA PHIPPS and HARRY BENJAMIN are:
    i. LEONA4 BENJAMIN, b. July 26, 1903, Browns Valley, Minnesota; d. December 01, 1949, Seattle, King Co., Washington; m. FORSLUND. Husband was drowned. No children. Played in a band on weekends and worked in a dance studio.
59.    ii. LLOYD DAROLD BENJAMIN, b. September 20, 1905, Browns Valley, Minnesota; d. February 14, 1980, Seattle, King Co., Washington.
60.    iii. LAWRENCE HAROLD BENJAMIN, b. September 20, 1905, Browns Valley, Minnesota; d. 1983, Kelso, Washington.


26.  SAMUEL EUGENE3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born July 01, 1883 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, and died  in Cloquet, Minnesota.  He married MINNIE ETTA QUICK60, daughter of CHARLEY QUICK and ELLEN/IRENE.  She was born December 18, 1888 in Frazee, Minnesota, and died April 05, 1935 in Cloquet, Minnesota. Gene married his brother Ray's wife Minnie Quick after they were divorced and raised Ray's two little girls, Doris and Alice. Worked in Scotland, S.D doing carpentry and worked as a farm hand. Moved to Aberdeen, SD, then Fergus Falls, where Minnie worked as a maid. Later they moved to Wadena, MN, then Cloquet, MN. Built a house while working at the mill and a match factory. After Minnie died he worked in a greenhouse in Duluth and in Kelso where he stayed with sister Morna.
    
Child of SAMUEL PHIPPS and MINNIE QUICK is:
    i.  SAMUEL EUGENE4 PHIPPS, b. December 24, 1915; d. No children; m. LOUISE VIOLA FISH, June 28, 1936, Carlton, Minnesota.


27.  OLIVER RAY3 PHIPPS (OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born December 25, 1885 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, and died December 09, 1957 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  He married (1)
MINNIE ETTA QUICK December 22, 1905 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, daughter of CHARLEY QUICK and ELLEN/IRENE.  She was born December 18, 1888 in Frazee, Minnesota, and died April 05, 1935 in Cloquet, Minnesota.  He married (2) SARAH ELLEN JOHNSON.  She was born April 10, 1898 in Hjaltastadir, Skagfirdi, Iceland, of Winnipeg, Canada, and died March 04, 1970 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Worked for the railroad. SARAH ELLEN JOHNSON: Burial: Brookside Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
    
Children of OLIVER PHIPPS and MINNIE QUICK are:
    i. DORIS ESTELL4 PHIPPS, b. May 03, 1907, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. September 03, 1999, Duluth, Minnesota - unmarried. Secretary and active in church affairs. Burial: September 07, 1999, Cloquet, Minnesota.
62.    ii. ALICE HELEN PHIPPS, b. December 28, 1908, Melrose, Minnesota; d. October 19, 1969, Cloquet, Minnesota.


Children of OLIVER PHIPPS and SARAH JOHNSON are:
61.    iii. CLARENCE RAYMOND4 PHIPPS, b. February 21, 1918, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; d. November 03, 1988, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
    iv. OLIVE BEATRICE THELMA PHIPPS, b. October 30, 1920, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; d. June 09, 1988, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Worked for B.C. Telephone Co. in Vancouver from 1942 to 1976. Went to Iceland with brother Clarence for a month. Also went to England, Scotland, Greece and Turkey. Burial: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Cause of Death: cancer
    


Generation No. 4

28.  ROZELLA REBECCA4 RIPLEY (EMILY MATILDA3 BUTTERFIELD, ILEANA2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born May 30, 1862 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died December 19, 1941 in Auburn, King Co., Washington.  She married JOHN DAVID GRABA December 05, 1888, son of HENRY GRABA and RHODA GREEN.  He was born 1858. Burial: December 22, 1941, Tenino, Thurston Co., Washington.
    
Children of ROZELLA RIPLEY and JOHN GRABA are:
    i. DAVID LEE5 GRABA.
    ii. FLOSSIE BELLE GRABA.
63.    iii. SARINA MAE GRABA, b. March 09, 1893, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota; d. April 16, 1975, Centralia, Lewis Co., Washington.
    iv. JOHN MANLEY GRABA.
    v. LLOYD ERWIN GRABA, m. ELSIE PHILLIPS. Burial: Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon.


29.  FRED B.4 PHIPPS (PRICE BLYNN3, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born 1909 in Hyannis, Nebraska, and died Aft. 1981.  He married ?.  Notes for ?: Had two boys and a girl at time of marriage to Price.  Youngest son (Ted) was an umpire in the American League.
    
Child of FRED PHIPPS and ? is:
    i.  JAMES5 PHIPPS. 2 sons.


30.  CHAPEN ALLEN4 PHIPPS (WILLIAM ABEL3, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born November 21, 1893 in Canton, South Dakota, and died November 13, 1969 in Glenvil, Nebraska.  He married GLADYS BECKEL September 15, 1917 in Hastings, Nebraska, daughter of BENJAMIN BECKEL and MARTHA SMITH.  She was born February 28, 1898 in Bennett, Nebraska, and died in Hastings, Nebraska.
    
Children of CHAPEN PHIPPS and GLADYS BECKEL are:
    i.  NONA MAXINE5 PHIPPS, b. December 31, 1919, Glenvil, Nebraska; d. December 16, 1920, Glenvil, Nebraska.
64.    ii.  WILLIAM ALLEN PHIPPS.
65.    iii. ARDIS IONE PHIPPS.
66.    iv.  LOIS LAUREEN PHIPPS.
67.    v.  BARBARA LU PHIPPS.


31.  MYRTLE MARIE4 PHIPPS (WILLIAM ABEL3, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born June 28, 1901 in Prosser, Nebraska.  She married ROY O. JOHNSON November 12, 1919.  
    
Children of MYRTLE PHIPPS and ROY JOHNSON are:
68.    i. GERTRUDE5 JOHNSON.
69.    ii. MARY JANE JOHNSON.
    iii. ROLLO JOHNSON.


32.  FELIX HENRY4 TAYLOR (SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born April 10, 1889 in Fording Valley, Nebraska, and died April 09, 1966 in Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.  He married RUTH LOUISE BOLINGER August 29, 191260.  She was born August 06, 1896 in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Children of FELIX TAYLOR and RUTH BOLINGER are:
70.    i.  ROBERT JAY5 TAYLOR, b. August 05, 1913.
71.    ii.  GRACE LOUISE TAYLOR, b. February 16, 1916.


33.  SADIE ELIZABETH4 TAYLOR (SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born April 22, 1890, and died January 19, 1978.  She married (1) WALTER FINNEY.    She married (2) FRANK F. DAHLIN.  
    
Children of SADIE TAYLOR and WALTER FINNEY are:
72.    i.  EVA GENEVA5 FINNEY, b. December 13, 1909, Lincoln, Nebraska.
73.    ii.  HAZEL ALOUISE FINNEY, b. August 07, 1910, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.


34.  MARTHA WASHINGTON4 TAYLOR (SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born February 22, 1893.  She married JOSEPH HENRY FRANCISCO 1912.  
    
Children of MARTHA TAYLOR and JOSEPH FRANCISCO are:
    i.  HOWARD TAYLOR5 FRANCISCO, b. November 16, 1914; d. March 1920, Diptheria.
    ii.  RALPH MORRILL FRANCISCO, b. April 17, 1917; d. October 1969, No children.
74.    iii.  RAY JAMES FRANCISCO, b. June 13, 1919; d. November 1968.


35.  WILLIAM EDWARD4 TAYLOR (SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born August 14, 1894, and died January 14, 1965.  He married MYRTLE MATILDA COSTERISAN.  She was born May 08, 1894, and died May 22, 1955. Burial: Whitman Cemetery, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.
    
Children of WILLIAM TAYLOR and MYRTLE COSTERISAN are:
    i.  WOODROW WILSON5 TAYLOR, b. September 30, 1916, Hooker Co., Nebraska; d. November 18, 1919, Hooker Co., Nebraska.
75.    ii.  JUNE ELOISE TAYLOR.
76.    iii.  JOY ELLEN TAYLOR.
77.    iv.  WILLIAM EDWARD TAYLOR.
78.    v.  BERNEICE ELIVRA TAYLOR.


36.  ELVA HELEN4 TAYLOR (SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born March 21, 1901 in Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska, and died March 09, 1968 in Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.  She married OLIVER LINDBURG July 1919. Burial: Whitman Cemetery, Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.
    
Children of ELVA TAYLOR and OLIVER LINDBURG are:
    i.  FRANCES HARRIET5 LINDBURG. 8 children.
    ii.  PATRICIA LINDBURG.
    iii. BILLY JAY LINDBURG.
    iv. DONNA LEE LINDBURG.


37.  NELLIE FRANCES4 TAYLOR (SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born July 19, 1903 in Whitman, Grant Co., Nebraska.  She married HERBERT OLIVER COOK 1921.  Had dau. who drowned.
    
Children of NELLIE TAYLOR and HERBERT COOK are:
    i.  BETTY MAXINE5 COOK.
    ii. HERBERT OLIVER COOK.
    iii. JACKIE DOUGLAS COOK.
    iv. JOE HOWARD COOK.


38.  WALTER RAY4 RANDALL (HERBERT STANLEY3, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born November 11, 1889 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died August 08, 1965 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois.  He married ANNA ELIZABETH BONNE March 14, 1923 in Rockford, Illinois.  Farmer, bought and sold army goods, farm machinery, etc. Burial: Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois.
    
Children of WALTER RANDALL and ANNA BONNE are:
    i.  LEO5 RANDALL.
    ii. ELTON RANDALL.


39.  JAY REDMOND4 RANDALL (HERBERT STANLEY3, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born April 05, 1892 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died February 10, 1968 in Pecatonica, Illinois.  He married NELLIE MORTON September 01, 1928 in Rockford, Illinois.  Farmer.
    
Child of JAY RANDALL and NELLIE MORTON is:
    i.  JACK5 RANDALL.


40.  JOHN4 RANDALL (HERBERT STANLEY3, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born April 11, 1899 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died December 11, 1961 in Phoenix, Arizona.  He married ANASTATIA HANLAN.  Rheumatism at an early age.  He, with son Lawrence's family, moved to Arizona.
    
Children of JOHN RANDALL and ANASTATIA HANLAN are:
    i.  JOHN5 RANDALL.
    ii.  JAMES RANDALL.
    iii.  ROBERT RANDALL.
    iv.  LAWRENCE RANDALL.
    v.  PAUL RANDALL.
    vi.  MARY ELLEN RANDALL.


41.  CLARENCE WILLIAM4 RANDALL (HERBERT STANLEY3, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born February 05, 1902 in Laona, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died November 08, 1952 in Beloit, Wisconsin.  He married INEZ O'CONNER July 11, 1927 in Rockford, Illinois.  Called Bill. Liked hunting and fishing, life in the open.
    
Children of CLARENCE RANDALL and INEZ O'CONNER are:
    i.  BETTY5 RANDALL.
    ii. CARL RANDALL.
    iii. IDA MAE RANDALL.


42.  HARRY JAMES4 BRISTOL (CALISTA CHRISTINE3 RANDALL, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born April 04, 1893 in Durand, Winnebago Co., Illinois, and died September 24, 1946 in Norway, Illiniois.  He married NETTIE M. BENSON, daughter of JOHN BENSON and CHARLOTTE.  
   
Child of HARRY BRISTOL and NETTIE BENSON is:
79.    i.  JAMES H.5 BRISTOL.


43.  MABEL ESTHER4 BRISTOL (CALISTA CHRISTINE3 RANDALL, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born February 25, 1898 in Laona Cemetery, Laona, Winnebago Co., Illionois, and died December 24, 1963 in Clarkstown, Washington.  She married ANTON J. MAMMEN February 25, 1915 in Rockford, Illinois.  She also m. CHARLES LYON.
    
Children of MABEL BRISTOL and ANTON MAMMEN are:
    i.  LUCILLE5 MAMMEN.
    ii. HARRY MAMMEN.
    iii. DAVID MAMMEN.
    iv. BARBARA MAMMEN.

Children of MABEL BRISTOL and CHARLES LYON are:
    v.  DORIS MAY5 LYON.
    vi.  MABEL LYON.



44.  FRANK SHERMAN4 PHIPPS (CHARLES NATHANIEL3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born January 18, 1890 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota, and died May 10, 1974 in Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota.  He married NELLIE JANE GREGORY September 12, 1909.  She was born February 13, 1892 in Clark Co., South Dakota, and died December 30, 1982 in Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota. Farmed land a few miles north of Garden City. By 1930, he was studying for the ministry. They left the farm in 1934 and spent the next 28 years in the ministry. He had a heart attack in 1962, and had to retire.

Children of FRANK PHIPPS and NELLIE GREGORY are:
80.    i. CORA LELA5 PHIPPS, b. January 06, 1910, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota; d. June 14, 1993, Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota.
81.    ii. BURTON LEROY PHIPPS, b. April 11, 1912, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota; d. November 12, 1965, Lead, South Dakota.
82.    iii. CHARLES ALDEN PHIPPS.
83.    iv. ESMERALDA PHIPPS, of Canada.
84.    v. JAY SHERMAN PHIPPS.
85.    vi. VERA BARBARA PHIPPS.
86.    vii. FLORENCE LEOTA PHIPPS, b. May 31, 1922, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota; d. July 19, 1999, Hemet, Riverside Co., California.


45.  ROY CURRIE4 PHIPPS (ALDEN JACKSON3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born August 1896 in Coddington Co., South Dakota.  He married MYRTLE NICHALENE JOHNSON.  She was born December 31, 1896 in Henry, South Dakota, and died November 21, 1971 in Tacoma, Washington.
    
Children of ROY PHIPPS and MYRTLE JOHNSON are:
87.    i. MARGARET DAWN5 PHIPPS, b. May 11, 1921, Henry, South Dakota; d. February 1988, Tacoma, Washington.
88.    ii. DOLORES FAITH PHIPPS.
89.    iii. NORMA RUTH PHIPPS.


46.  FRANKIE FERN4 PHIPPS (ROY ALLEN3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born 1901 in Phipps twp, Codington Co., South Dakota, and died December 1935 in South Dakota.  She married HOWARD BRYANT.  
    
Children of FRANKIE PHIPPS and HOWARD BRYANT are:
    i.  EDWARD5 BRYANT, d. April 1993; m. BETTY.
    ii. ESTHER BRYANT.
    iii. ETHEL BRYANT.
    iv. EARL BRYANT.
    v.  LORRAINE BRYANT.
    vi. WAYNE BRYANT, b. December 1935; d. January 1936.


47.  ROY JACKSON4 PHIPPS (ROY ALLEN3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born September 19, 1904 in Phipps twp, Codington Co., South Dakota, and died June 26, 1961 in Watertown, South Dakota.  He married (1) KATIE CAROLINE LOY April 28, 1923 in Codington Co., South Dakota.  She was born September 29, 1904 in South Muddy twp, Jasper Co., Illinois, and died October 14, 1976 in Enumclaw, King Co., Washington.  He married (2) PEARL WHITE Abt. 1937.  She was born Abt. 1916.
    
Children of ROY PHIPPS and KATIE LOY are:
90.    i.  CLIFFORD LEON5 PHIPPS, b. October 31, 1923, Box Elder, South Dakota; d. September 15, 1984, Enumclaw, King Co., Washington.
91.    ii.  ARLENE GAIL PHIPPS.
92.    iii.  LOIS DARLENE LUCILLE PHIPPS.
    
Children of ROY PHIPPS and PEARL WHITE are:
93.    iv.  MORRIS DEAN5 PHIPPS.
94.    v.  CHARLOTTE PHIPPS.
95.    vi.  PHYLLIS PHIPPS.
96.    vii.  SHIRLEY PHIPPS.
97.    viii.  LARRY EUGENE PHIPPS.
98.    ix.  VERNON PHIPPS.


48.  MERLE4 PHIPPS (ROY ALLEN3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born 1915 in South Dakota, and of Washington.  He married THELMA.  
    
Child of MERLE PHIPPS and THELMA is:
    i.  PHIPPS5.


49.  HARRIET4 PHIPPS (ROY ALLEN3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born December 12, 1921, and died January 28, 1986.  She married JOHN A. ARNDT 1939.  
    
Child of HARRIET PHIPPS and JOHN ARNDT is:
    i.  ARNDT5.


50.  HERBERT CLAYTON4 PHIPPS (WALTER CLAYTON3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born July 10, 1899 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, and died May 28, 1967 in Chinook, Montana.  He married SARAH MARGARET MCKAY 1920 in Chinook, Montana, daughter of JOHN MCKAY and EMMA PETERSON.  She was born December 04, 1900 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, and died August 05, 1981 in Havre, Montana. Worked on the Great Northern Railroad as a crane operator for about 37 years. Bought a farm, raised thoroughbred horses and some sheep for 3-4 years then went back to the railroad. Their ranch of 160 acres adjoined that of Sarah's parents. Burial: Chinook Cemetery, Chinook, Montana.
    
Children of HERBERT PHIPPS and SARAH MCKAY are:
99.    i.  RUSSELL5 PHIPPS, b. March 07, 1922, Chinook, Montana; d. February 07, Chinook, Montana.
100.  ii. MARGARET ANN PHIPPS.
101.  iii.  BARBARA LEE PHIPPS, b. February 27, 1933, Chinook, Montana; d. August 30, 1981, Chinook, Montana.


53.  MARGUERETTE PANSY4 LEEDLE (MORNA SERENA3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born March 26, 1903 in Palermo, North Dakota, and died January 28, 1980 in Kelso, Washington.  She married THEODORE AUGUSTUS PARE 1920 in Little Fort, British Columbia, Canada, son of EDWARD PARE and MELINA PERRAULT.  He was born October 23, 1900 in Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada, and died November 16, 1978 in Kelso, Washington. He and partner began the Twin City Gas Co. in Longview, WA and later sold out to Pacific Natural Gas Co. in 1956.

Children of MARGUERETTE LEEDLE and THEODORE PARE are:
107.  i.  GAYE HUGH5 PARE.
108.  ii.  HELEN MARIE PARE.


54.  HUGH BERNARD4 LEEDLE (MORNA SERENA3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born May 29, 1911 in Piapot, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died August 18, 1988 in Longview, Washington.  He married ELIZABETH LILLIAN HORSEMEN November 11, 1932 in Kelso, Washington, daughter of JOHN HORSEMEN and MINNIE OUSLEY. 
    
Child of HUGH LEEDLE and ELIZABETH HORSEMEN is:
109.    i.  MICHAEL PATRICK5 LEEDLE, b. December 29, 1947, Longview, Washington.


55.  RALPH ROLAND4 LEEDLE (MORNA SERENA3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born April 25, 1922 in Mount Olie, Little Fort, British Columbia, Canada, and died March 28, 1977 in Toledo, Oregon.  He married (1) BEATRICE UPHOFF 1944 in Kelso, Washington.    He married (2) EMILY TAYLOR July 21, 1951 in Longview, Washington.  She was born April 22, 1928, and died September 1979. Injured in the Navy by an explosion that left him with a plate in his head which caused severe headaches. Worked for Georgia Pacific Paper Company in Toledo, Oregon as an electrician and became head of electricians. Employed Longview Fibre Company for 16 years. Exalted ruler of the Toledo Elks Lodge and chairman of the Oregon State Electrical Apprenticship Council. Veteran of WWII. Burial: April 01, 1977, Chelan Abbey Mausoleum, Newport, Oregon.
    
Child of RALPH LEEDLE and BEATRICE UPHOFF is:
110.  i.  ROLLIE RALPH5 LEEDLE, b. September 20, 1945, Kelso, Washington; d. January 29, 1994, Washington.
    
Children of RALPH LEEDLE and EMILY TAYLOR are:
    ii.  DANIEL CRAIG5 LEEDLE.
111.    iii.  TAUNIE MARIE LEEDLE.
112.    iv.  SANDRA LYNN LEEDLE.
113.    v.  CHRISTOPHER ALLEN LEEDLE.


56.  OLIVER STORER4 KEAY (SARAH ESTELLE3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born March 10, 1900 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, and died July 13, 1966 in Orlando, Orange Co., Florida.  He married EMMA NEVA WOOD December 23, 1919 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, daughter of VERNON WOOD and GERTRUDE BLAIR.  She was born October 30, 1898 in Oconto, Nebraska, and died September 25, 1972 in Orlando, Orange Co., Florida.
University of Minn, electrical and engineering school, worked as motion picture projectionist in Minn. Active with ham radio, member of mobile radio corps, trained young men in Morse code before WWII. Active in Masonry and Eastern Star. 1959 moved to Titusville, Florida where he worked at the R.C.A. testing lab at Cape Kennedy. Burial: July 16, 1966, Chapel Hill Cemetery, Orlando, Orange Co., Florida. Notes for EMMA NEVA WOOD: Taught in one room schoolhouse. Burial: Chapel Hill Cemetery, Orlando, Orange Co., Florida.
    
Children of OLIVER KEAY and EMMA WOOD are:
114.    i.  JOYCE YVONNE5 KEAY.
115.    ii.  BARBARA JOAN KEAY.
116.    iii.  CAROLE GAYE KEAY.


57.  OLIVER LEROY4 PHIPPS (LEROY MONTGOMERY3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born July 28, 1906 in North Dakota, and died May 03, 1980 in Yakima, Washington.  He married ANNA M. SYBOUTS, daughter of NICKOLUS SYBOUTS and VALENTINE RABIE.  She was born May 17, 1912 in Moxee City, Washington0. Picked hops with the bailer and was a roustabout.
    
Children of OLIVER PHIPPS and ANNA SYBOUTS are:
117.  i.  LEE WALLACE5 PHIPPS.
118.  ii.  CHARLES J. PHIPPS.
    iii.  DANIEL PHIPPS, b. March 14, 1935, Tenino, Washington; d. March 14, 1935, Tenino, Washington.
119.  iv.  DALE PHIPPS.


58.  LEON HARVEY4 PHIPPS (LEROY MONTGOMERY3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born January 11, 1917 in Hilliard, Spokane Co., Washington, and died March 1994 in Everett, Washington.  He married BETTY D. DRAKE December 15, 1937 in Chehalis, Washington, daughter of RALPH DRAKE and HELEN. 
He also married FERN LATRICIA J. OLSON and ROSANNA CHARD. Painter for 35 years.
    
Children of LEON PHIPPS and BETTY DRAKE are:
120.    i. BEATRICE JUNE5 PHIPPS.
121.    ii. WOODROW W. PHIPPS.
122.    iii. DAN LEROY PHIPPS.


59.  LLOYD DAROLD4 BENJAMIN (ILENA ORILLA R.3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born September 20, 1905 in Browns Valley, Minnesota, and died February 14, 1980 in Seattle, King Co., Washington.  He married TRESSA MAE PARDO September 01, 1928 in West Seattle, King Co., Washington.  She was born July 06, 1907 in Seattle, King Co., Washington, and died September 01, 1995 in Seattle, King Co., Washington. Lived Seattle. Worked in grocery store and was cookware salesman while traveling with family through Portland, Klamath Falls, Salem, OR; Decatur, IL; St. Louis, MO; and then Seattle in 1940. Bought a service station, then went to work as a welder in the shipyards in WWII. In 1948, moved to Bridgeport, WA where they had a small grocery store.
    
Children of LLOYD BENJAMIN and TRESSA PARDO are:
123.    i. LLOYD DAROLD5 BENJAMIN.
124.    ii. RICHARD SEARLE BENJAMIN, b. May 26, 1930, Seattle, King Co., Washington; d. June 26, 1986, Saudi Arabia.
125.    iii. LEE DONALD BENJAMIN.
126.    iv. NANCY MAE BENJAMIN.


60.  LAWRENCE HAROLD4 BENJAMIN (ILENA ORILLA R.3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born September 20, 1905 in Browns Valley, Minnesota, and died 1983 in Kelso, Washington.  He married MILLIE.  Had 3 children who lived with their mother after his death as they were handicapped. He worked for United Airlines.
    
Children of LAWRENCE BENJAMIN and MILLIE are:
    i. LESTER5 BENJAMIN.
    ii. LEONA BENJAMIN.
    iii. RILLA BENJAMIN.


61.  CLARENCE RAYMOND4 PHIPPS (OLIVER RAY3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born February 21, 1918 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and died November 03, 1988 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married (1) EDNA NIZIQ 1939 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.    He married (2) MILDRED ALICE C. FOX December 04, 1948 in Battleground, Washington.  She was born April 26, 1922 in Hood River, Oregon, and died December 10, 1970 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married (3) ELIZABETH ARDELLA ROSE GARLAND November 11, 1972, daughter of EDWARD GARLAND and AMELIA DIETZ.  She was born October 17, 1923 in Heil, North Dakota. Denturist. Opened clinic in Saskatoon in 1968. Active in Shriners and other organizations.
Phipps -- Clarence R. After a courageous and valiant fight with cancer, Clarence passed away peacefully at St. Paul's Hospital on Wednesday, November 3rd, 1988 at the age of 70 years. Clarence was born in Edmonton, Alta. and raised in Winnipeg, Man. and residing in Saskatoon since 1968 when he opened C.R. Phipps Denture Clinic, which he maintained till the end. Clarence survived by his loving wife Dell; one son Barry (Vickie) Knowlton of Vista, California; three daughters Debbie (Bill) Stewart of Saskatoon, Joni (Al) Kellington of Drumheller, Alta and Rai (Bruce) Sharpe of Pine Lake, Alta. After Clarence lost Millie, he married Dell in 1972 and became a true Dad to his second family - Jeff Mooridian of Sabin, Minnesota, Colleen (Steve) Grenz of Jamestown, North Dakota, Eddie (Connie) Mooridian of Coon Rapids, Minnesota and Jenny Thorn of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Clarence was predeceased by one step-son Rod Morridian in 1975 and his only sister Olive Phipps in 1988. Between them Dell and Clarence shared 17 grandchildren. Clarence was active in his community as Past Master Imperial Lodge #60. The Royal Arch, Saskatoon Preceptory and Priory #55, Zophiel Council, Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan 1975, WaWa Temple and The Saskatoon Shrine Club. Clarence was an active and dedicated member of the Saskatoon Cosmopolitan Club. A memorial service will be held on Monday, November 7th, 1988 at 1:30 pm from the chapel of McKague's Funeral Chapels, conducted by Pastor Lowell Guebert, formerly of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Cremation. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Sask. Guest parking directly south of McKague's Funeral Chapels, Third Avenue and 20th Street. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the Cancer Society, 1036 College Drive, Saskatoon, Sask, S7N0W1 or the Shriners' Hospitals for Crippled Children c/o WaWa Temple, 2065 Hamilton Street, Regina, Sask, S4P2E1.
    
Child of CLARENCE PHIPPS and EDNA NIZIQ is:
127.    i. BARTON DAVID KNOWLTON5 PHIPPS.
    
Children of CLARENCE PHIPPS and MILDRED FOX are:
128.    ii. RAI ELIN5 PHIPPS.
129.    iii. DEBRA SUE PHIPPS.
130.    iv. JONI LEE PHIPPS.


62.  ALICE HELEN4 PHIPPS (OLIVER RAY3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born December 28, 1908 in Melrose, Minnesota, and died October 19, 1969 in Cloquet, Minnesota.  She married GLEN ERICKSON.  He was born December 07 in Shell Lake, Wisconsin, and died 1971.
    
Children of ALICE PHIPPS and GLEN ERICKSON are:
131.    i.  STUART DORN5 ERICKSON.
132.    ii.  DALE LEE ERICKSON.



Generation No. 5

63.  SARINA MAE5 GRABA (ROZELLA REBECCA4 RIPLEY, EMILY MATILDA3 BUTTERFIELD, ILEANA2 PHIPPS, ASA K.1) was born March 09, 1893 in Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., Minnesota, and died April 16, 1975 in Centralia, Lewis Co., Washington.  She married ARTHUR EVERT HURN February 08, 1911 in Westover, Lewis Co., Washington.  He was born June 13, 1888 in Eureka, Greenwood Co., Kansas, and died April 03, 1941 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington.
    
Children of SARINA GRABA and ARTHUR HURN are:
133.    i.  REONA BELLE6 HURN, b. September 10, 1911, Centralia, Lewis Co., Washington.
    ii.  HARLEY HURN, b. July 29, 1913, Centralia, Lewis Co., Washington.
    iii.  GLEN HURN, b. May 15, 1918, Bucoda, Thurston Co., Washington.


74.  RAY JAMES5 FRANCISCO (MARTHA WASHINGTON4 TAYLOR, SARAH ELIZABETH3 PHIPPS, WILLIAM A.2, ASA K.1) was born June 13, 1919, and died November 1968.
    
Children of RAY JAMES FRANCISCO are:
    i.  ROBERT6 FRANCISCO.
    ii.  DANIEL FRANCISCO.


80.  CORA LELA5 PHIPPS (FRANK SHERMAN4, CHARLES NATHANIEL3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born January 06, 1910 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota, and died June 14, 1993 in Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota.  She married (1) WILLIAM STANLEY BURKHALTER October 09, 1925 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.  He was born May 06, 1892 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota, and died October 28, 1953 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.  She married (2) GEORGE ULLOYT October 09, 1955 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.  Burial: Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.
    
Children of CORA PHIPPS and WILLIAM BURKHALTER are:
156.    i. MARGARET ELAINE6 BURKHALTER.
157.    ii. ALMA JEAN BURKHALTER.
    iii. FRANK ARTHUR BURKHALTER, b. May 29, 1932; d. July 02, 1998, Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota; m. BONNIE WHEELEN. Burial: Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota.
158.    iv. RONALD WILLIAM BURKHALTER.
159.    v. ALAN BRENT BURKHALTER.


81.  BURTON LEROY5 PHIPPS (FRANK SHERMAN4, CHARLES NATHANIEL3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born April 11, 1912 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota, and died November 12, 1965 in Lead, South Dakota.  He married RUTH MAXINE MEIER October 25, 1945.  She was born January 28, 1920. Burial: National Cemetery, Sturgis, South Dakota.
    
Children of BURTON PHIPPS and RUTH MEIER are:
    i. LONA JEAN6 PHIPPS, b. December 08, 1950, Deadwood, South Dakota; d. December 08, 1950, Deadwood, South Dakota.
160.  ii. LEORA JANE PHIPPS.


82.  CHARLES ALDEN5 PHIPPS (FRANK SHERMAN4, CHARLES NATHANIEL3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born December 06, 1913 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota, and died Aft. 1997.  He married (1) BESSIE MAY BLOW May 20, 1934.  She was born May 02, 1918 in Chester, Lake Co., South Dakota, and died October 29, 1990 in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska.  He married (2) MARJORIE CATHERINE HENDRICKS December 27, 1992.  
    
Children of CHARLES PHIPPS and BESSIE BLOW are:
161.    i.  RAY SHERMAN6 PHIPPS.
162.    ii.  DAVID LEROY PHIPPS.
163.    iii.  CHARLEY JOEL PHIPPS, b. November 10, 1939, Madison, Lake Co., South Dakota; d. December 20, 1999, Kokomo, Howard Co., Indiana.
164.    iv.  LLOYD JAY PHIPPS.
165.    v.  LAVERN DEO PHIPPS.


83.  ESMERALDA5 PHIPPS (FRANK SHERMAN4, CHARLES NATHANIEL3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born March 07, 1915 in South Dakota, and of Canada.  She married (1) RAY SHANTZ March 31, 1936 in Didsbury, Alberta, Canada.  He was born October 18, 1912, and died August 02, 1967.  She married (2) ARNOLD ARTHUR ERION December 30, 1971.  
    
Children of ESMERALDA PHIPPS and RAY SHANTZ are:
166.    i. WAYNE RAY6 SHANTZ.
    ii. MAURICE JAY SHANTZ, b. May 31, 1942; d. January 10, 1943.
167.    iii. GARY ELAN SHANTZ.
    iv. RUTH ELAINE SHANTZ.


86.  FLORENCE LEOTA5 PHIPPS (FRANK SHERMAN4, CHARLES NATHANIEL3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born May 31, 1922 in Garden City, Clark Co., South Dakota, and died July 19, 1999 in Hemet, Riverside Co., California.  She married (1) GILBERT RAY HOLTRY July 22, 1938.  He was born May 10, 1919.  She married (2) HENRY F. LYNDE December 02, 1959.  He was born March 15, 1916, and died October 15, 1975.  She married (3) LEON MILLER June 29, 1979.
    
Children of FLORENCE PHIPPS and GILBERT HOLTRY are:
172.    i.  DEO RAY6 HOLTRY.
173.    ii.  DANIEL GILBERT HOLTRY.
174.    iii.  BERYL EUGENE HOLTRY.
175.    iv.  GREGORY RAPP HOLTRY.


87.  MARGARET DAWN5 PHIPPS (ROY CURRIE4, ALDEN JACKSON3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born May 11, 1921 in Henry, South Dakota, and died February 1988 in Tacoma, Washington.  She married THOMAS OWEN MCCARTHY.  
Children of MARGARET PHIPPS and THOMAS MCCARTHY are:
    i.  THOMAS MICHAEL6 MCCARTHY.
176.    ii.  MARGARET DIANE MCCARTHY.
    iii.  CASEY JAMES MCCARTHY.


90.  CLIFFORD LEON5 PHIPPS (ROY JACKSON4, ROY ALLEN3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born October 31, 1923 in Box Elder, South Dakota, and died September 15, 1984 in Enumclaw, King Co., Washington.  He married (1) LOIS MAE MACSPADDEN.    He married (2) FRANCES WHITEHOUSE 1947 in Renton, Washington.  Burial: Enumclaw Cemetery, Enumclaw, King Co., Washington.
    
Child of CLIFFORD PHIPPS and LOIS MACSPADDEN is:
178.    i. MARCIA LYNN6 PHIPPS.
    
Child of CLIFFORD PHIPPS and FRANCES WHITEHOUSE is:
    ii. ROBERT JOHN6 PHIPPS.


91.  ARLENE GAIL5 PHIPPS (ROY JACKSON4, ROY ALLEN3, ALDEN JACKSON2, ASA K.1) was born August 20, 1926 in Garden City, South Dakota, and died in Renton, Washington.  She married (1) EVERETT RAY CLIFFORD 1941 in New Castle, Wyoming.    She married (2) THEODORE FRANCIS STASIAK 1948 in Enumclaw, King Co., Washington.  Burial: Enumclaw Cemetery, Enumclaw, King Co., Washington.
    
Children of ARLENE PHIPPS and THEODORE STASIAK are:
    i. RONNIE RAY6 STASIAK.
    ii. LORALIE FRANCES STASIAK.


99.  RUSSELL5 PHIPPS (HERBERT CLAYTON4, WALTER CLAYTON3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born March 07, 1922 in Chinook, Montana, and died February 07 in Chinook, Montana.  He married PAT MCCLAIN in Seattle, King Co., Washington.  Had a carnival.
    
Children of RUSSELL PHIPPS and PAT MCCLAIN are:
181.    i.  DAVID6 PHIPPS.
    ii. TRENA LEE PHIPPS.


101.  BARBARA LEE5 PHIPPS (HERBERT CLAYTON4, WALTER CLAYTON3, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born February 27, 1933 in Chinook, Montana, and died August 30, 1981 in Chinook, Montana.  She married VERNON RITCHSON 1951 in Havre, Montana. BARBARA LEE PHIPPS: Paraplegic for 10 years. Children born Havre, Montana.
    
Children of BARBARA PHIPPS and VERNON RITCHSON are:
    i. VERNON JOHN6 RITCHSON.
    ii. JAMES THOMAS RITCHSON.
    iii. LEANNE RITCHSON.
    iv. STEPHEN RITCHSON.
    v. LISA RITCHSON.


110.  ROLLIE RALPH5 LEEDLE (RALPH ROLAND4, MORNA SERENA3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born September 20, 1945 in Kelso, Washington, and died January 29, 1994 in Washington.  He married KATHY WELLS.  
   
Children of ROLLIE LEEDLE and KATHY WELLS are:
    i. WENDY RAYE6 LEEDLE.
191.    ii. LORI KAY LEEDLE.


124.  RICHARD SEARLE5 BENJAMIN (LLOYD DAROLD4, ILENA ORILLA R.3 PHIPPS, OLIVER2, ASA K.1) was born May 26, 1930 in Seattle, King Co., Washington, and died June 26, 1986 in Saudi Arabia.  He married (1) GWENDOLYN DEE JOY.  Sent to Korea for the National Guard in 1951, then worked with Safeway Grocery stores, rising to managers until 1960s when he went to work for Boeing Aircraft until 1986 when he died. Worked in their computer program area on flight simulation and teaching. Was in Saudi Arabia to show them how to use the programs when he had a heart attack.


The information here is posted courtesy of Joyce K. Lundin from her book "Asa K. Phipps Family". Joyce is hoping to discover the ancestry of Asa K. Phipps.  Thanks Joyce for providing this information!





 
 


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