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  • ID: I156182
  • Name: Henry Clippinger
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 25 APR 1819 in Mowersville, PA
  • Death: 18 DEC 1898
  • Note:
    HENRY CLIPPTNGER, retired farmer, P. O. Mowersville, was born
    here on the homestead farm, now owned by Adam Reese, April 25, 1819. His
    father, Henry Clippinger, was born in Northampton County, and came to Ship-
    pensburg when sixteen years of age with his father, Anthony. The latter
    •settled in Lurgan Township when his son, Henry, was about thirty years old.
    Our subject's father married Elizabeth Koontz, and by her had eight sons and
    two daughters, viz. : Margaret (deceased), Elias (deceased), Daniel (deceased),
    Solomon, residing in Newburg; Elizabeth, residing near Chambersburg, the
    wife of John Zook; Henry; Anthony (deceased); Peter, a resident of Florida;
    JohD in Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, and Jacob in Monmouth,
    111. Henry remained on the homestead' until he was nineteen years of ag
    then removed with his father to the place he now owns, known as the Withrow
    farm. He was married here, in 1844, to Catherine Hollar, daughter of Henry
    and Catherine (Cormany) Hollar, the latter a daughter of Jacob C. Cormany.
    To Mr. and Mrs. Clippinger eight children were born, viz. : Mary C. , wife of
    Abraham Hoover, residing near Chambersburg ; Ann E. , wife of John Mower
    of Mowersville; Martha J., wife of C. M. Fickes; Reuben T., a resident of this
    township; Josephine K. , deceased wife of Samuel Fouse; Silas A., in th
    township; Emma M. , wife of William Hefflefinger of Newville, and Samuel
    E., a traveling salesman. Mr. Clippinger was actively engaged in farming
    Until 1873, when he made a sale and has since rented his farm. He is a direct-
    or of the L organ Mutual Fire Insurance Company and was one of its charter
    members. He is a member of the Church of God in Newburg. Politically he
    is a Prohibitionist, though formerly a Republican. He has filled some offices
    of trust in the township.

    http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/samuel-p-samuel-penniman-bates/history-of-franklin-county-pennsylvania-containing-a-history-of-the-county-it-eta/page-109-history-of-franklin-county-pennsylvania-containing-a-history-of-the-county-it-eta.shtmlHENRY CLIPPTNGER, retired farmer, P. O. Mowersville, was born
    here on the homestead farm, now owned by Adam Reese, April 25, 1819. His
    father, Henry Clippinger, was born in Northampton County, and came to Ship-
    pensburg when sixteen years of age with his father, Anthony. The latter
    •settled in Lurgan Township when his son, Henry, was about thirty years old.
    Our subject's father married Elizabeth Koontz, and by her had eight sons and
    two daughters, viz. : Margaret (deceased), Elias (deceased), Daniel (deceased),
    Solomon, residing in Newburg; Elizabeth, residing near Chambersburg, the
    wife of John Zook; Henry; Anthony (deceased); Peter, a resident of Florida;
    JohD in Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, and Jacob in Monmouth,
    111. Henry remained on the homestead' until he was nineteen years of ag
    then removed with his father to the place he now owns, known as the Withrow
    farm. He was married here, in 1844, to Catherine Hollar, daughter of Henry
    and Catherine (Cormany) Hollar, the latter a daughter of Jacob C. Cormany.
    To Mr. and Mrs. Clippinger eight children were born, viz. : Mary C. , wife of
    Abraham Hoover, residing near Chambersburg ; Ann E. , wife of John Mower
    of Mowersville; Martha J., wife of C. M. Fickes; Reuben T., a resident of this
    township; Josephine K. , deceased wife of Samuel Fouse; Silas A., in th
    township; Emma M. , wife of William Hefflefinger of Newville, and Samuel
    E., a traveling salesman. Mr. Clippinger was actively engaged in farming
    Until 1873, when he made a sale and has since rented his farm. He is a direct-
    or of the L organ Mutual Fire Insurance Company and was one of its charter
    members. He is a member of the Church of God in Newburg. Politically he
    is a Prohibitionist, though formerly a Republican. He has filled some offices
    of trust in the township.

    http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/samuel-p-samuel-penniman-bates/history-of-franklin-county-pennsylvania-containing-a-history-of-the-county-it-eta/page-109-history-of-franklin-county-pennsylvania-containing-a-history-of-the-county-it-eta.shtml




    Father: John Henry Clippinger b: 13 MAR 1779 in Kreidersville, Northampton, PA
    Mother: Elizabeth Koontz b: 17 OCT 1784 in Northampton Co, PA

    Marriage 1 Catherine Ann Holler b: 2 FEB 1825 in Pa
    • Married: 1844
    Children
    1. Has No Children Mary C. Clippinger b: ABT 1845 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    2. Has Children Ann E. Clippinger b: ABT 1846 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    3. Has Children Martha Jane Clippinger b: 30 MAY 1850 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    4. Has Children Reuben Thomas Clippinger b: 16 OCT 1850 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    5. Has No Children Josephine K. Clippinger b: ABT 1853 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    6. Has No Children Silas Alfred Clippinger b: OCT 1855 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    7. Has Children Emma Matilda Clippinger b: SEP 1857 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA
    8. Has No Children Samuel E. Clippinger b: NOV 1859 in Lurgan Twp, Franklin Co, PA

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