John LUPPINGCOTT (RIN: 0620), son of Phillip LUPPINGCOTT and Alice GOUGHE , was born 1513 in Manor of Webbery, parish of Alverdiscott, Devonshire, England. He married Anne ELFORD 19 July 1545 in Cornwall, England. He died 12 November 1576 in Kilkhampton, Cornwall. Anne ELFORD (RIN: 0621), daughter of Rodger ELFORD and ADAMS , was born 1517 in Shuldtoon, Devonshire, England. She died 1566 in Cornwall, England.


Children of John LUPPINGCOTT and Anne ELFORD are:
1. Anthony LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0618), b. 1548 See Anthony LIPPINCOTT & Katherine ORRELS
2. Margaret LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0870), b. 1546 See Robert HERNE & Margaret LIPPINCOTT
3. Frances LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0871), b. 1548 See Anthony BERRY & Frances LIPPINCOTT OR Alexander ROLLE & Frances LIPPINCOTT
4. Mary LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0872), b. 1549 See John COLLAMORE & Mary LIPPINCOTT
5. Baby LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0873), b. 1555
6. Anthony LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0874), b. 1559
7. John LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0875), b. 10 June 1547 See John LIPPINCOTT & Barbara GRENVILLE OR John LIPPINCOTT & Joan PEARD

Notes for John LUPPINGCOTT:

Ref :"The Lippincotts in England And America," by James S. Lippincott, pub. 1909, Phildelphia, page 16.
Ref: "Lippincott, Five Generations of the Descendants of Richard and Abigail Lippincott," by Judith M. Olsen, pub. 1982, page 4.
Ref: Records from Family History Library (LDS Archives), 35 West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah (Microfilm No. 170779, page no.
2170, ref. no. 50965 gives birthdate as 1513, Luppincott, Devon, England, Father: Phillip Lippincott; Mother: Alice Gough).
Ref: Cornwall: Kilkhampton-Register Booke of the Parrishe of Kilkhamptonie for Baptisinge, Weddinge and Burryeinge, 1539-1599
(Marriage Record) (Marriages for 1545 lists Johes Lippincott et Anna Alforde 19 July 1545, Cornwall, England).
Ref: "Guide to the Heraldry in St. Michaels Church, Chagford," by Mike Brown, Chagford, St Michaels Church, Devon, England,
published 2000.
Ref: Heraldic Notes on the Principal Monuments in St. Michael's Church, by Mike Brown, Dartmoor Press, Plymouth, Devon, England.
Ref: "The Visitation of the County of Devon In the Year 1564, with additions from The Earlier Visitation of 1531," edited by Frederic
Thomas Colby, D.D., printed by W, Pollard, North Street, Exeter, Devon, England, 1881, page 152.

Arms: Party per fess embattled gules and sable in the base a beast statant argent.


Notes for Anne ELFORD:

Ref: "The Elfords: The Story of an Ancient English Family," by Laura Smallwood Elford.
Ref: "The Lippincotts in England and America," by James S. Lippincott, published 1909, Philadelphia, page 16.
Ref: "Devonshire Parishes: or the Antiquities, Heraldry and Family History of Twenty-eight Parishes in the Archdeaconry of Totnes, " by
Charles Worthy, Esq., published: Exeter: William Pollard & Co., Printers North Street, 1889, Volume I, Chapter II, page 35.
Ref: Records from Family History Library (LDS Archives), 35 West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah (Microfilm No. 184221, page no. 935,
reference no. 21058, gives Ann Elford, born about 1520, Devon, England, father: Roger Elford), (Microfilm No. 1396076, gives Ann
Elford, born about 1525, Sheepstor, Devon, England, father: Roger Elford, mother: Adams).
Ref: "The Visitation of the County of Devon In the Year 1564, with additions from The Earlier Visitation of 1531," edited by Frederic
Thomas Colby, D.D., printed by W. Pollard & Co., North Street, Exeter, Devon, England, 1881, page 152.

" Anne Elforde was born about 1520, Shepstor, Devonshire, England, and died in 1566, Devonshire, England. This ancient family is said
to have been of Cornish extraction. Robert de Elforde was Sheriff of Devonshire in 1302. Before the year 1400 they settled in Longstone,
in the parish of Shepstor, where the male branch remained till 1748, when it became extinct in the male line."

Source: Lyson's "Magna Britannia," vol. vi. p. cxviii.

"From the pedigree of Luppingcott of Wibbury. Visit 1564 (Colby), I find that Anne, daughter and coheir of Roger Elford, of
"Shalesmere," gentleman, married John Luppingcott, and between Elford with Langeford and Elford with Gregory, on the memorial at
Sheepstor, there is a shield which shows Elford impaled with Bury or Bickleigh, which marriage the pedigree gives no account of. I
think, therefore, that Roger, son and heir of John, had no male issue, that he was succeeded by his brother, (not son,) John, who married
Margery Langford, and that his son, by a daughter of Bickleigh or Bury had issue, first John Elford, son and heir; second, Thomas of
Mawnan in Cornwall, alive in 1620, who married Alicia, daughter of Binney, and relict of Edward Spry; third Hugh Elford, who was
probably the "Hugh Elford, of Devon," "fil-pleb." who matriculated at Exeter College, 17 Nov. 1581, and since his family did not enter
their pedigree before the year 1620, I am not at all surprised to find him thus described in the register of the College."

Source: Devon:-Parish Registers, Burials, Volume 3, The Elford Pedgree, Devonshire, England.

Arms: Quarterly 1 and 4, per pale argent and sable a lion rampant (Elford), 2 and 3 gules, three stirrups or with leathers sable
(Scudamore).


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