Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0932), son of Samuel LIPPINCOTT and Elizabeth RICE , was born 06 March 1762 in Monmouth County, New Jersey. He married Elizabeth M. MORGAN 1788. He died 16 September 1836 in Allen County, Ohio. Elizabeth M. MORGAN (RIN: 0933), daughter of Joseph MORGAN and , was born abt. 1766. She died May 1849 in Allen County, Ohio.


Children of Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT and Elizabeth M. MORGAN are:
1. Joseph LIPPINCOTT (RIN: 0934), b. 04 October 1801 See Joseph LIPPINCOTT & Rebecca BLAND

Notes for Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT:

Notes for Samuel Rice 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 126.
Ref: Records from Family History Library (LDS Archives), 35 West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah (Microfilm No. 1985475, Birth
Record).
Ref: Revolutionary Soldiers 1775-1783, page 229.
Ref: "Official Register of the Officer's and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War," 1993 (originaly published in 1872), page 668.
Ref: Mrs. J. E. Sullivan, Lima, Ohio. (D.A.R. descendant)
Ref: "Cemetery Records of the Rockport Methodist Church" (Monroe Tp., Allen Co) 1971. 67p (DAR).
Ref: 1790 census record for Miffin County, Pennsylvania, page 151 (old page no. 139, listed as Samuel Lipincot).
Ref: 1810 census record for Hempfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, page 97 (listed as Saml Leppencott, enumeration date
August 6, 1810).
Ref: 1820 census record for Jefferson Twp., Logan Co., Ohio, page 77 (listed as Samuel Lippingcutt, enumeration date August 7, 1820).
Ref: 1830 census record for Bath Twp., Allen Co., Ohio, page 272 (listed as Samuel Lippencot, enumeration date June 1, 1830).

Ref: "Documents relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey," Vol. IV, page 160 "Run away from his apprenticeship,
from the subscriber near Pittstown (N.J.), about the 7th of November last, Samuel Lippincott, about 18 years of age, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches
high, yellow hair, and a remarkable mark on his forehead resembling a pear. Whoever takes up said apprentice, shall have ten dollars
reward...and I do forewarn all persons from harbouring or employing him

Daniel Potts
December 13, 1779

Samuel R. Lippincott came to Ohio from Westmoreland Co., Penna. about 1817 and settled in Champaign Co. In 1820 he was in Logan
Co., Ohio. About 1830 he removed to Allen Co., Ohio. His son, Morgan Lippincott, came to Ohio from Penna. sometime before February
5th,1813, as that is when he enlisted in Capt.Thomas Seton's Company of soldiers during the War of 1812 .His company was present at
the seige of Fort Meigs under Gen.William Henry Harrison, in May of 1813. The inscription on his grave marker reads Samuel
Lippincott, died September 16, 1836, aged 74 years, 6 months & 10 days, Revolutionary War Soldier. There is a GAR marker at his
grave.

More About Samuel Rice Lippincott:
Baptism (LDS): June 23, 1994
Burial: Rockport Methodist Church Cem., Allen Co., Ohio
Endowment (LDS): November 19, 1994
Military service: Regimental Drummer(Rev.War and War of 1812, 2nd Regiment Artillary, Penna. Vols.)
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: Member of Rockport Methodist Church


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