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Posted by: Stella Cotrill (ID *****2992) Date: January 07, 2003 at 09:24:29
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LIPPINCOTT FAMILY
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The family of Lippincott, it is said, took its name from Luffencott, a manor and parish at the western extremity of the county of Devonshire, on the borders of Cornwall, England; which remained their property and the place of their residence from the time of King Henry III until the second year of King Henry V, A. D., 1414, or from 1243, or earlier to 1414. One of the family, John Lippincott, between 1430 and 1450, married Jane, daughter and co-heir of John Wyberry, which brought the estate of Wyberrys into the family, and continued their property until about 1775, when Henry Lippincott, the last of the branch, sold it to Charles Cartcliff. There is a strong reason to believe that the first ancestor of the numerors family of Lippincotts in America was Richard Lippincott, born in Plymouth, Devonshire, England. He emigrated to Dorchester, New England, between 1636 and 1640. In 1644 he returned to Plymouth, England, his native land, and about the year 1650 he joined the new religious sect, the
Society of Friends, and suffered much therefor. On the 20th of January, 1660, at Plymouth, he was committed to prison by Oliver Creely, mayor, and with others was taken from a meeting house. How long he remained in prison we have no account. In 1663 he and his family left England and located themselves in Rhode Island. In 1669 he removed from Rhode Island and settled in New Jersey, at Shrewsbury, in which place he became a large landed proprietor. He died at Shrewsbury 25th of 9th month, 1683, and his widow, Abigail Lippincott, died 2d of 6th month, 1697. Richard, a short time previous to his death, purchased 1,000 acres of land of John Fenwick, in Cohansey precinct, being
on the south side of Cohansey river, in Shrewsbury Neck. Previous to the death of Abigail Lippincott,
the widow of Richard, she liberated all her slaves, which act is sufficient to perpetuate her name to
the latest posterity.

In the record of the town of Freehold, N. J., mention is made of Richard Lippincott as one of the overseers of the town of Shrewsbury, in 1670. This book of records is said to be the oldest deed book in New Jersey, it having been commenced the 14th of 12th month, 1667. Richard and Abigail Lippincott had six sons and two daughters. Remembrance, their eldest son, was born at Dorchester, New England, in 1641. He was baptized on the 19th of 7th month, 1641, and died 11th of 2d month, 1723. He married Margaret Barber, of Boston; they had issue, four sons and eight daughters. He resided in Monmouth county, N. J. John, their second son, was born at Boston, New England, 6th of 9th month, 1644, and died 16th of 2d month, 1720. He married Janetta Austin; they had issue, four sons and four daughters. They resided in New Jersey. Abigail, their eldest daughter, was born in Plymouth, 17th of 11th month, 1646, died an infant. Restore Lippincott was born at Plymouth, England, 3d of 5th month, 1648, and died at Mount Holly, in the 5th month, 1741. He represented Burlington county in the State Legislature, in 1703, the year that East and West Jersey were united under one government, and continued a member of that body for several years. At his death, Thomas Chalkly mentions in his journal, that he was present at the funeral. He further stated that he was informed that Restore left behind him nearly two hundred children, grandchildren, and great-grand-children. Freedom, their fourth son, was born 1st month, 1650, at Stone House, England, and died in 1697; he was married 14th of 8th month, 1680, to Mary Custin, of Burlington, and had three sons and two daughters. Increase, their second daughter, was born at Stone House, England, 5th of 10th month, 1657, and died 29th of 9th month, 1695. She married Samuel Dennis, who came from England and settled at Shrewsbury, in 1675; he died 7th of 6th month, 1723, aged seventy-two years. He and his wife had two sons and three daughters. Jacob, their fifth son, was born in England, in the 3d month, 1660, and died 6th of 12th month, 1686. He married, and had one son and one daughter, both of whom died in infancy. Preserved, their sixth son, was born in Rhode Island, 25th of 12th month, 1663, and died in 1666. Restore, their third son, married Hannah, daughter of William Shattock, of Boston; they had three sons and six daughters. Samuel was born at Shrewsbury, N. J., and married Ann Hulct, of Shrewsbury, on the 3d of 5th month, 1700. Abigail, the eldest daughter, was born at Shrewsbury about 1678. There is no account of her marriage. Hannah, the daughter of Restore Lippincott, was born at Shrewsbury, in the 9th month, 1676. Hope, their second daughter, was born at Shrewsbury, in the 8th month, 1681. She married William Glading in 1701.
Rebecca, daughter of the same parents, was born 24th of 9th month, 1684. James, their son, was born at Shrewsbury, 11th of 4th month, 1687. James married Anna Eves, in 1707. Elizabeth, daughter of Restore, was born at Shrewsbury, 15th of 11th month, 1690. About that time Restore removed from Shrewsbury to Burlington county, and located himself with his family near the town of Mount Holly, at which place his son Jacob was born, in the 6th month, 1692. Jacob subsequently married Mary, the daughter of Henry Burr, whose wife was Elizabeth Hudson, a native of England. Jacob and his wife had six sons and two daughters. Rachel, the youngest daughter of Restore and Hannah Lippincott, was born near Mount Holly, 8th of 11th month, 1695; she married Zachariah Jess. Jacob, son of Restore and Hannah Lippincott, married Hannah Burr; they located in the lower part of Gloucester county, or Pilesgrove, Salem county, where most of their descendants are residing at the present time, together with the descendants of Samuel Lippincott, who was a public Friend; he was the son of Freedom Lippincott, who was the son of Richard Lippincott, the emigrant. Samuel was born 12th of 12th month, 1728, and married Abigail, the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Bates; they had six children--Joseph, Samuel, Joshua, Mercy, Abigail, and Elizabeth. Those two branches of Richard Lippincott's descendants are inhabitants of Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties, N. J., and Philadelphia.
Jacob Lippincott and his wife, Hannah Burr, had eight children--Caleb, Benjamin, Samuel, Joshua, Jacob, William, Mary and Hannah Lippincott. Caleb, the eldest son, married Hannah, the daughter of Daniel Wills, a resident of Rancocas, in 1785. Benjamin, second son of Jacob and Mary B. Lippincott married Hope Wills, the sister of his brother Caleb's wife; they had three children--Elizabeth, Aaron and Benjamin Lippincott. Caleb and his brother Benjamin owned property on the east side of Oldman's creek, in Gloucester county, where they and most of their children after them resided. Samuel, the third son of Jacob, married and left one daughter, who married Isaac Barber; they emigrated to Clark county, Ohio, and were both living in 1848 at a great age. Joshua, the fourth son of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married Rebecca Wood, and they had two sons and one daughter. Jacob, the fifth son of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married a young woman of Abington, Pa. William, the sixth son, married Sarah Bispham, whose father was a merchant of Philadelphia; they had two children--Joshua and Mary Lippincott.
Joshua married Sarah Wetherill, of Philadelphia; there were three children--Sarah Ann, Mary, and Joshua, who married a niece of James Dundan. Mary, the daughter of William and Sarah Lippincott, married Samuel Yorke, of Philadelphia, and they had seven children--Edward, William, Peter, Sarah, Mary, Joshua and Samuel Yorke. Mary, the daughter of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married Jacob Spicer, Jr. Hannah, the youngest daughter of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married a man by the name of Lord. Caleb, the eldest son of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married Hannah Wills about 1755, and had six children--Letitia, who married Aaron Elkinton, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Hannah, who married John Knight, William and Samuel Lippincott. The latter married Mary, the daughter of Samuel Ogden, of Pilesgrove, and had one son--Caleb Lippincott, who married Ann, daughter of Joshua and Rebecca Thompson, of Elsinborough; they had issue, three sons--Samuel, Clark and David Lippincott; the latter is deceased. Samuel Lippincott's second wife was a Webster, and they had three sons and one daughter--Samuel, Hannah, Josiah and Charles Lippincott. His third wife was Christiana, daughter of John and Mary Black, native of Burlington county, but at the time of their daughter's marriage they resided in Salem county. Samuel and Christiana had no issue. Samuel, the eldest son of Samuel Lippincott by his second wife, Webster, has had four wives; his first was a Zanes, her parents residing near Mullica Hill, and one son, Joseph Lippincott, was born to them. Samuel's second wife, Lydia Iredell, had two daughters--Sarah Ann and Hannah Lippincott; his third wife was Mary Haines, of Burlington county; they had no issue; his fourth wife was Hannah Brown, of Chester county, Pa., and both are living and reside at Woodbury, Gloucester county. Hannah, the daughter of Samuel Lippincott, Sr., has been twice married; her first husband was Asa Moore, and her second Samuel Duell, of Pilesgrove; she had no issue. Josiah, the second son of Samuel Lippincott, married the daughter of David and Hannah Clark Cooper, of Woodbury; they have issue. Josiah and his wife are residents of Philadelphia at this time. Charles, the youngest son of Samuel Lippincott, married Amy, the daughter of Jonathan and Hannah Bassett Cawley.

William Lippincott, the son of Caleb and Hannah Wills Lippincott, married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Folwell; they had eight children--Thomas, Samuel, Anna, Elizabeth, Mary, Deborah, Hannah and William. Thomas married Anna Stanger; their children were Joseph, Isaac, Anne, Daniel, married Sarah Wetherill, of Philadelphia; there were three children--Sarah Ann, Mary, and Joshua, who married a niece of James Dundan. Mary, the daughter of William and Sarah Lippincott, married Samuel Yorke, of Philadelphia, and they had seven children--Edward, William, Peter, Sarah, Mary, Joshua and Samuel Yorke. Mary, the daughter of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married Jacob Spicer, Jr. Hannah, the youngest daughter of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married a man by the name of Lord. Caleb, the eldest son of Jacob and Mary Lippincott, married Hannah Wills about 1755, and had six children--Letitia, who married Aaron Elkinton, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Hannah, who married John Knight, William and Samuel Lippincott. The latter married Mary, the daughter of Samuel Ogden, of Pilesgrove, and had one son--Caleb Lippincott, who married Ann, daughter of Joshua and Rebecca Thompson, of Elsinborough; they had issue, three sons--Samuel, Clark and David Lippincott; the latter is deceased. Samuel Lippincott's second wife was a Webster, and they had three sons and one daughter--Samuel, Hannah, Josiah and Charles Lippincott. His third wife was Christiana, daughter of John and Mary Black, native of Burlington county, but at the time of their daughter's marriage they resided in Salem county. Samuel and Christiana had no issue. Samuel, the eldest son of Samuel Lippincott by his second wife, Webster, has had four wives; his first was a Zanes, her parents residing near Mullica Hill, and one son, Joseph Lippincott, was born to them. Samuel's second wife, Lydia Iredell, had two daughters--Sarah Ann and Hannah Lippincott; his third wife was Mary Haines, of Burlington county; they had no issue; his fourth wife was Hannah Brown, of Chester county, Pa., and both are living and reside at Woodbury, Gloucester county. Hannah, the daughter of Samuel Lippincott, Sr., has been twice married; her first husband was Asa Moore, and her second Samuel Duell, of Pilesgrove; she had no issue. Josiah, the second son of Samuel Lippincott, married the daughter of David and Hannah Clark Cooper, of Woodbury; they have issue. Josiah and his wife are residents of Philadelphia at this time. Charles, the youngest son of Samuel Lippincott, married Amy, the daughter of Jonathan and Hannah Bassett Cawley.
William Lippincott, the son of Caleb and Hannah Wills Lippincott, married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Folwell; they had eight children--Thomas, Samuel, Anna, Elizabeth, Mary, Deborah, Hannah and William. Thomas married Anna Stanger; their children were Joseph, Isaac, Anne, Daniel, Abigail Scull, Rebecca and Elizabeth. Samuel, the son of William, was twice married; by his first wife he had four children--Ann F., Nathan T., Samuel M., and George Lippincott; the latter is deceased. Nathan T. Lippincott was twice married; his first wife was Mary, the daughter of Caleb Borton; she died, leaving five children; his second wife was Priscilla, the daughter of Ebenezer Wright. Samuel married the daughter of Jonathan Cawley by his second wife. Nathan married Priscilla, daughter of the late Ebenezer Wright, of Mannington. Samuel's second wife was Abbie, the daughter of Thomas Laurie, of Woodstown; they had issue. Anne, daughter of William and Elizabeth Lippincott, married a Buzby; she joined the Shakers. Elizabeth, the second daughter of William Lippincott, married Thomas Borton, of Woodstown; they removed many years ago to Springfield, Ohio. Mary, the third daughter, died single. Deborah, the fourth daughter, is deceased. Hannah Lippincott resided in 1848 with Thomas Borton, in Ohio. William, the youngest son of William and Elizabeth Lippincott, followed the butchering business in Salem for many years; he married Hannah Wright, of Quaker Neck, the grand-daughter of Ebenezer Miller, Jr. William and his wife Hannah had two children--William and Priscilla Lippincott. William married Elizabeth, daughter of David and Mary Engle Davis; they had issue; their daughter, Letitia, married Robert, the son of Aaron and Mary Fogg, of Salem.

Benjamin, son of Jacob and Mary B. Lippincott, married Hope Willis, a sister of his brother Caleb's wife, in 1741. He resided on and owned a large tract of land adjoining Caleb Lippincott, in the lower part of Gloucester, near the Salem county line. Benjamin and his wife Hope Lippincott had three sons--Aaron, Benjamin, and Jethro. Aaron, the eldest son, married, and had two sons--John and Benjamin, both of whom married, and owned and resided on the property that their grandfather purchased. Benjamin H., the second son of Aaron Lippincott, married and had one son--Benjamin P., who subsequently married Ann Dewell, a lineal descendant of Samuel Lippincott, an eminent minister, and a member of the Salem Monthly Meeting of Friends. Samuel was the son of Freedom Lippincott, who was the son of Richard Lippincott, the emigrant. Ann Dewell's mother by her first husband had two sons, Samuel P. and James Lippincott. The latter lived most of his time at Mullica Hill, Gloucester county.
Benjamin P. Lippincott's second wife was Rebecca Howe;
they had issue--Isaac, Barclay, and Lydia. Barclay was a tailor, and carried on his business on Market street, Philadelphia.
Joshua, the son of Jacob and Mary Burr, married Rebecca Wood, and had three children.
James, the eldest, was born 20th of 3d month, 1768; died 17th of 8th month, 1822.
Jane, their daughter, born 28th of 3d month, 1770, married Morgan Hollingshead, of Moorestown, N. J. Joshua, the youngest son of Joshua and Rebecca Lippincott, was born 23d of 10th month, 1774
and died 16th of 12th month, 1805.
He married Esther, the daughter of Jacob Davis, of Woodstown, the 27th of 11th month, 1800.
They had one daughter, Lydia Lippincott, who was born 16th of 9th month, 1801, and married
David, the youngest son of Gideon and Sarah Scull, in 1823.
The Lippincott family is one of the most numerous in the State of New Jersey.
I will not attempt to follow the different branches further. James S. Lippincott, of Haddonfield,
I have been informed, intends writing a full history of the large and interesting Lippincott family.

I have recently received information from Gideon Delaphine Scull, now a resident of England, in regard to the ancestors of his family in England. After much investigation he has ascertained that there was a clergyman in London by the name of JohnScull in the reign of Charles I, and in the year 1630 was repelled from his living by Archbishop Laud, because he would not conform to the new church rituals. Soon after that event he left England and went to Holland; he likewise writes that he recently found a will of Alice Skull, a widow, of Brinkworth, county of Wiltshire, written in 1649, in which she says that it is reported to her that her son, John Scull, has gone into another country, and she does not know if he will ever return to claim what she leaves him. According to that information,
John Scull must have emigrated from Holland about 1660, and located himself on Long Island, in America. By the records, his son John Scull located on a large tract of land at Great Egg Harbor as early as 1690; the said lands lay adjoining John Somers'. John Scull's wife was Sarah Somers, and it is probable she was the sister of John Somers. John and Sarah Scull had several children. Their son, Gideon, married Judith, the daughter of James and Margery Belange; they had several children. At the first settlement of the province of Pennsylvania there was one Nicholas Scull, an eminent surveyor, who resided in Philadelphia, and who left a family of children; it does not appear that they are near connections of the family that lived at Long Island, and afterwards at Egg Harbor; although they might have originated from the same parents in England. Respecting the descendants of Nicholas Scull my knowledge is limited.
There is a record of a family that was buried in Friends' graveyard in Philadelphia, which says that James Scull, son of Edward and Sarah, was buried 29th of 4th month, 1717. Sarah, the wife of Nicholas Scull; was buried 8th month, 1717. Elizabeth Scull, daughter of James, was buried 29th of 6th month, 1740. Sarah, the daughter of Joseph Scull, buried 5th month, 1748. Abigail Scull, daughter of the same parents, buried 9th month, 1749. William Scull, son of William, buried 3d of 10th month, 1768. Comfort Scull, wife of William, buried 14th of 9th month, 1775. Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin Scull, was buried 17th of 4th month, 1792.
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JOSEPH WHITE FAMILY.
Joseph White descended from an ancient family of Northamptershire, England. He was the son of Samuel and Elenor White, and was born the 20th of 1st month, 1651. He left his native place in England and removed to Ireland, in 1672; soon after that event, he married Elizabeth, daughter of Anthony and Elizabeth Church, who had removed from Staffordshire, England, to Ireland, a few years before, and they became members of New Garden Monthly Meeting, near Dublin. In said meeting, about the year 1679, Joseph White and Elizabeth Church were married. They, in company with a number of friends, among whom were Hugh Middleton, from Gloucestershire, England, Allen Matthias and Hannah Ashbury, all originally natives of England, set sail from Dublin harbor, and after a passage of eight weeks and two days, they landed at Elsinborough Point in West Jersey, on the 17th day of 9th month, 1681. The same day they landed, they had a daughter born, which they named Rema White. Joseph White located on land in Elsinborough and resided thereon. He was an active man in the civil affairs of the Colony; and likewise an influential member of Salem Monthly Meeting. Joseph White, Jr., son of Joseph and Elizabeth White, was born in Elsinborough, 29th of 11th month, 1692. I think that Joseph White, Sr., died about the year 1703. I find no mention of him after that date in public records, or in the meeting books. The family soon after his death left Elsinborough and settled in the upper part of the county.

Joseph White, 2d, married and had several children. John White, son of Joseph and Mary White was born 19th of 3d month, 1717. Joseph White, 3d, son of Joseph and Mary White, was born 21st of 10th month, 1719. William White, son of the same parents was born in 1722. Here appears a discrepency in the records. I have heard stated there were two or three daughters. William White, son of Joseph, 3d, married, and had several children, six daughters and one son. William was born in 1751; he subsequently became an eminent land Surveyor. He died 18th of 11th month, 1836, in his eighty-fifth year. He enjoyed remarkable health, and was never known to be sick during his long life, until a few days before his death. He was married three times. His first wife was a Fisher, by whom he had one child--Hannah White. She married Benjamin Heritage, of Gloucester county. Benjamin and his wife had ten children, four sons and six daughters. William White's second wife was Anne Paul, daughter of Samuel Paul, of Gloucester; they had ten children--William, Samuel, Ann, Rebecca, Mary, Joseph, Sarah, Isaac, John and Joel White. William White's third wife was Mary Silvers, widow of Thomas Silvers; they had no issue.

William, the son of William and Anne White, married Susan Bates, of Gloucester county; they had five children--William, George, Samuel, Charles and Susan White. They are all married and scattered in the Western States. Samuel, son of William and Anne White, married Jerusha, daughter of Jonathan and Hannah Shourds Smith, of Pilesgrove. Samuel and his wife had eight children--Elizabeth, Jonathan, William, Mary, Samuel, Caroline, David and Wilson White. Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and Jerusha White, has been twice married. Her first husband was Clement Hinchman, he however died a short time after marriage, leaving one daughter--Clemence Hinchman. Her second husband was William Carll, son of Samuel Carll, Jr. Jonathan, the eldest son of Samuel and Jerusha White, married Lydia, daughter of Aaron and Sarah Waddington, of Elsinboro. Jonathan died young, leaving one daughter--Gertrude White. William, son of Samuel and Jerusha White, married Emily Buzby; he died without issue. Mary, daughter of Samuel and Jerusha White, married Bradway, son of Aaron aud Sarah Waddington. Bradway died a young man, leaving two children--Ada and Frank Waddington. Ada married a person in New York. Samuel and Caroline, children of Samuel and Jerusha White, died minors. David, son of Samuel and Jerusha White, married a young woman of Gloucester county; they have children. Wilson White, married a Loveland; they have issue.
Ann, daughter of William and Anne White, married William Haines, of Gloucester county; they had five children--Joshua, William, Ann, Sarah and Samuel Haines. Joshua, the son of William and Ann White Haines, married Hannah Albertson, of Burlington county; they had three children--Chalkley, Abigail and Rebecca Haines; Chalkley and Abigail are married. William, son of William and Anna Haines died recently; his wife was Rachel Lippincott. William was a recommended minister, and a member of Upper Greenwich Meeting; like his grandfather, he was an eminent Surveyor. He and his wife had four children--Job S., William, Emily and Hannah Ann Haines. Job married Ellen Holmes; they have four children--Jacob, Stacy, Idella and Jesse Haines; William, son of William and Rachel Haines, remains single. Emily married Joseph Livyley; they have five children; Samuel, son of William and Anna Haines, married Ann Eliza Holmes, of Upper Penn's Neck; they had one son--Howard Haines. Ann, the daughter of William and Anna Haines, married Champion Atkinson; she died leaving no issue. Sarah Haines, sister of Ann, married Champion Atkinson, former husband of her sister; they are both deceased, leaving no issue. Rebecca, daughter of William and Anne White, was twice married; her first husband was William Miller, of Greenwich, Cumberland county; they had three daughters--Sarah Ann, Eliza and Mary Miller. Sarah Ann Miller, their eldest daughter, married Amos, son of Joseph Buzby; they have ten children--Edward, Chambless, Joseph, William, Samuel, Franklin, Emily, Elizabeth, Rebecca and Cornelia Buzby. Eliza, daughter of William and Bebecca Miller, married Lewis, son of William and Martha Hancock, of Elsinboro; they had two daughters--Mary and Martha Hancock. Mary, the daughter of William and Rebecca Miller, married Caleb Borton; they had three children--Omar, Mary and Phebo Ann Borton. Omar, son of Caleb and Mary Borton, is a successful Apothecary in Woodstown; his wife is the daughter of John and Sarah Albertson, of Baltimore, Maryland. Omar and his wife, have one daughter--Izetta Borton; she married Dr. Lafayette Allen. Mary, daughter of Caleb and Mary Borton, married Nathan Y. Lippincott; they had five children--George, Edward W., Ellen, Hannah and Emma Lippincott. George, son of Nathan and Mary Lippincott, married Rachel, the daughter of Allen Wallace; they have issue. Edward W. Lippincott, married Emma, daughter of the late Henry Ridgway, of Croswicks, Burlington county; they have no issue. Ellen, daughter of Nathan Y. Lippincott,
married Daniel Taylor; they have two daughters. Emma, daughter of Nathan Y. and
Mary Lippincott is not married.
Joseph, son of William and Anne White, was twice married; his first wife was Deborah, daughter of James Hewes; he was a lineal descendant of William Hewes, who purchased a large tract of land of William Penn in Upper Penn's Neck, in 1689; the said land was surveyed by Richard Tyndall, by an
order of James Nevill, of Salem. Joseph and Deborah White had three children--James H., Ann and Edward White. Joseph White's second wife was Lydia Moore, of Woolwich, Gloucester county; they had five children, namely--Reuben, Hannah, Deborah, Thomas and Martha. James, son of Joseph and Deborah White, married Mary Ann Holmes, daughter of Samuel Holmes, of Upper Penn's Neck;
they had nine children; their names are--Esther, Sarah, Samuel, Ann, Joseph, James, Franklin, Martha and William White.
Ann, the daughter of Joseph and Deborah White, married Aaron Lippincott, and have five children,
four sons and one daughter. Joseph, married Georgianna, daughter of Robert and Sarah Given,
of Salem; they thave no issue. Deborah, daughter of Aaron and Ann Lippincott, married
Charles Ballenger; they have two children. Edward, Benjamin and David Lippincott are single.
Edward, son of Joseph and Deborah White, is at the present time Surrogate of Cumberland county.
He married Ann, daughter of Jonathan and Fanny House, of Upper Alloways Creek;
they have issue, two daughters--Fanny and Mary White. Isaac, son of William and Anne White,
left his native State, and went to the city of New York. John and Joel White, sons of William,
settled in one of the Southern States.
The family have not heard from them for a number of years.
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