Restore LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0625), son of Richard LIPPINCOTT and Abigail GOODY , was born 03 May 1653 in Plymouth, Devonshire, England. He married Hannah SHATTOCK 06 September 1674 in William Shattuck's house, Shrewsabury, New Jersey. He died 22 May 1741 in Mount Holly, Burlington County, New Jersey. Hannah SHATTOCK (RIN: 0944), daughter of William SHATTOCK and Hannah , was born 08 July 1654 in Boston, Massachusetts. She died 1728 in Burlington County, New Jersey.


Children of Restore LIPPINCOTT and Hannah SHATTOCK are:
1. Samuel LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0980), b. 12 September 1675 See Samuel LIPPINCOTT & Ann HULET
2. Abigail LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0982), b. 16 FEB 1676/77 See James SHINN & Abigail LIPPINCOTT
3. Hannah LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0984), b. 15 November 1679 See Henry ALLEN & Hannah LIPPINCOTT OR George ALLEN & Hannah LIPPINCOTT
4. Hope LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0985), b. October 1681 See William GLADDING & Hope LIPPINCOTT
5. Rebecca LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0987), b. 24 November 1684 See Josiah GASKILL & Rebecca LIPPINCOTT
6. James LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0989), b. 11 June 1687 See James LIPPINCOTT & Anna EVES
7. Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0993), b. 15 MAR 1689/90
8. Jacob LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0995), b. 15 August 1692 See Jacob LIPPINCOTT & Mary BURR
9. Rachel LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0997), b. 8 JAN 1694/95 See Zackariah JESS & Rachel LIPPINCOTT OR Francis DAWSON & Rachel LIPPINCOTT

Other Marriages/Unions for Restore LIPPINCOTT:
See Restore LIPPINCOTT & Martha SHINN


Notes for Restore LIPPINCOTT:

RESTORE LIPPINCOTT, third son of Richard and Abigail Lippincott, was born on 3 July 1653 in Plymouth, England. He
moved to Monmouth County, New Jersey, with his parents.

He married Hannah Shattuck, daughter of William and Hannah Shattuck, on 6 November 1674 at William Shattuck's house in
Monmouth County. She was born on 8 July 1654 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Restore and Hannah settled on a plantation at Shrewsbury where he acquired several tracts of land and where he resided
until 1692. In 1692 he purchased a plantation of 570 acres in Northampton Township, Burlington County,from Thomas Olive
to which he moved and upon which he resided at his death. Friends meetings for worship were held in their home prior to the
erection of the first meeting house at Mount Holly in 1716. He was listed a a husbandman.

In 1701 Restore was elected a representative to the West Jersey Assembly from Burlington County and in the same year he
joined with the Provincial Council and the members of the Assembly in the petition which they addressed to King William,
asking for the confirmation of Andrew Hamilton as governor of the colony. This assembly was the last to meet under the West
Jersey government as in 1702 the Proprietors of the provinces of East and West Jersey surrendered their rights of government
to the crown, whereupon Queen Anne united the two governments under one, naming it New Jersey and appointing Lord
Cornbury as governor. The first Assembly under the new united New Jersey met at Perth Amboy in 1703. Restore Lippincott
was chosen one of its members and participated in its deliberations. He was reelected in 1704 and continued to serve in such
capacity until the Assembly was dissolved in October 1706.

Hannah died before 1729 as Restore married Martha (Shinn) Owen, widow of Joshua Owen in 1729. He was the daughter of
John and Jane Shinn.

He was an active and highly esteemed member of the Society of Friends and died in the profession of that faith. He died 20
July 1741 near Mount Holly and was buried in the Friends' burial ground at Mount Holly. When the Quaker minister, Thomas
Chalkley, attended his funeral, he noted in his journal: "On fourth day, the 22d, I was at Mount Holly, at the burial of our
ancient friend, Restored Lippincott; he was, as I understood, nearly one hundred years of age, and had upwards of two
hundred children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, many of whom were at his funeral."

CHILDREN OF RESTORE AND HANNAH (SHATTUCK) LIPPINCOTT

A. SAMUEL, son of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott, was born 12 September 1675. He married Ann Hulet.

B. ABIGAIL, daughter of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born 16 February 1677. She married James
Shinn.

C. HANNAH, daughter of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born 15 November 1679. She probably died
by 1741, unmarried.

D. HOPE, daughter of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born in October 1681. She married William
Gladding.

D. REBECCA, daughter of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born 24 November 1684. She married Josiah
Gaskill.

E. JAMES, son of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born 11 June 1687. He married Anna Eves, daughter
of Thomas and Anna Eves.

F. ELIZABETH, daughter of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born 15 March 1690. She married George
Shinn.

G. JACOB (42), son of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born in August 1692. He married Mary Burr.

H. RACHEL, son of Restore and Hannah (Shattuck) Lippincott was born 8 January 1695. She married first, Zackariah
Jess; she married second, Francis Dawson.


Notes for Restore Lippincott:
Ref: "Lippincott, Five Generations of the Descendants of Richard and Abigail
Lippincott," by Judith M. Olson,pub.1982 by The Gloucester County Historical Society,
Woodbury, New Jersey, page 22 &23.
Ref: Gaskill Genealogy,by Elizabeth P.Koleda,pub.1988, page 42c & 371.
Ref: "Colonial Families of The United States," edited by George Norbury Mckenzie,
published 1907, New York, page 366.
Ref: Records from Family History Library (LDS Archives), 35 West Temple, Salt Lake
City, Utah (Ancestor File No. 4G79-76), (Microfilm No. 184298, Page No. 1082,
Reference No. 24781, Microfilm No. 184753, Microfilm No. 184293, Page No. 1022,
Reference No. 22947 gives birthdate as July 3, 1652, Microfilm No. 2034452, 1903639
& 2034627 gives birthdate as July 3, 1653
Ref: 1704 census record for Quaker Friends, Burlington Co., New Jersey, page 370
(New Jersey Early Census Index).
Ref: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, by William Wade Hinshaw, Ann
Arbor, Michigan, 1940, Vol. 3, page 238 (Marriage to Martha (Shinn) Owen)

Restore Lippincott was the third son of Richard Lippincott. He moved to Monmouth
County, N.J., with his parents and married shortly after coming of age. He and his wife
Hannah settled on a plantation at Shrewsbury, where he acquired several tracts of land,
and where he resided until 1692. In 1692, he purchased a plantation of 570 acres in
Northampton Township, Burlington County, to which he removed, and upon which he
resided at his death.

In 1701, he was elected a representative to the West Jersey Assembly from Burlington
County, and in the same year he joined with the Provincial Council and the members of
the Assembly in the petition which they addressed to King William, asking for the
confirmation of Andrew Hamilton as Governor of the Colony. This assembly was the
last to meet under the West Jersey government, as in 1702 the Proprietors of the
provinces of East and West Jersey surrendered their rights of government to the Crown,
whereupon Queen Anne united the two governments under one, naming it New Jersey,
and appointing Lord Cornbury as governor. The first Assembly under the new united
New Jersey met at Perth Amboy in 1703. Restore Lippincott was chosen one of its
members, and participated in its deliberations. He was re-elected in 1704, and
continued to serve in such capacity until the Assembly was dissolved in October, 1706.

He was an active and highly esteemed member of the Society of Friends, and died in the
profession of faith. He was buried in the Friends' burial ground at Mount Holly. When
the Quaker minister, Thomas Chalkley, attended his funeral, he noted in his Journal: "On
fourth day,the 22d, I was at Mount Holly, at the burial of our ancient friend, Restored
Lippincott; he was, as I understood, nearly one hundred years of age, and had upwards
of two hundred children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, many of whom were at
his funeral."

"Restore Lippincott of Shrewsbury, afterwards of Northampton, Burlington County, New
Jersey, third son of Richard, was born in 1653, and married Hannah Shattock of Boston,
in 1674. She deceased, and he married Martha Owen in 1729, and died in 1741. By his
first wife there were three sons and six daughters; namely : Samuel, Abigail, Hannah,
Hope, Rebecca, James, Elizabeth, Jacob and Rachel. Restore Lippincott was a useful
citizen, exemplary in all the relations of life, and much respected by the community on
account of his regard for truth and justice. in 1703 and 1705, he was a member of the
governor's council of West New Jersey, to which he had removed in 1692. In that year,
he bought of Thomas Olive five hundred and seventy acres of land in Northampton,
Burlington County, N.J., upon which he settled. About 1698, he made, in company with
John Garwood, a further purchase of 2,000 acres, lying to the east of the present town of
Pemberton. Restore had many descendants. Of those from his own son Samuel and the
latter's son Samuel, who married Mary Arney, some now reside upon the first purchase,
between Mount Holly and Pemberton. Among the most active have been James, the Rev.
Caleb A., a Methodist preacher, and his son the Rev. Joshua A., now professor of
mathematics in Dickinson College, Pa., and Isaac K. of Freehold and Philadelphia,
deceased. The descendants James, who married Anna Eves, have resided in
Northampton, in Evesham and in Philadelphia. Among the latter and most noteworthy,
are Joshua B., the distinguished publisher, Benjamin H., for many years a public man in
Burlington County, and Aaron S., a successful cotton manufacture in Phildelphia. The
descendants of Jacob, who was born in 1692, and married Mary Burr, daughter of
Henry, in 1716, are numerous, living chiefly in Gloucester and Salem counties. Among
them, however was Joshua of Philadelphia, at one time a director of the Bank of the
United States and president of the Schuylkill Navigation Company."

Source: First Settlers of Newton Township New Jersey, pages 382-383, pub. 1877.



More About Restore Lippincott:
Burial: Society of Friends (Quaker), burial ground,
Mt.Holly, New Jersey
Occupation: Husbandman
Religion: Society of Friends(Quaker)
Will: March 16, 1740/41, North Hampton, Burlington
Co., New Jersey, proved August 8, 1741.


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Notes for Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT: