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16. HENRY BOWMAN6 SIPPLE (JOHN W.5, CALEB4, JOHN 'THE YOUNGER'3, JOHN 'THE ELDER'2, GARRETT1) was born 6 September 1802 in Kent Co. DE, and died 1880 in Grant Co. KY. He married ELIZABETH NEW 28 December 1825 in Owen Co. KY, daughter of WILLIAM NEW and SUSAN BAKER. She was born 1810 in Pendleton Co. KY.
Notes for HENRY BOWMAN SIPPLE:

These tax lists were abstracted from the microfilm at the LDS Library and Janet Pease Grant Co Abstracted Court Records, Volume XI.
SIPPLE

Henry 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829

Henry (for W. New heirs) 1829

John 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829



Children of HENRY SIPPLE and ELIZABETH NEW are:

i. MATHILDA7 SIPPLE, b. 1825, Grant Co. KY; m. JAMES ROBERTSON, 11 November 1854, Grant Co. KY.

ii. JAMES H. SIPPLE, b. 1826, Grant Co. KY; m. ELIZABETH S. BAKER, 11 October 1855, Grant Co. KY; Jesse Baker bondsman; b. 1839.

iii. CALEB H. SIPPLE, b. 1832, Grant Co. KY; m. MARTHA ANN LUCAS, 15 October 1856, Grant Co. KY; B. P. Lucas bondsman.
Notes for CALEB H. SIPPLE:

1845 KENT COUNTY, DELAWARE ORPHAN'S COURT FILE

BE IT REMEMBERED, That on this 30th day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty five Presley Spruance of Duck Creek hundred, in the county aforesaid, and Enoch Spruance of Duck Creek hundred, in the county aforesaid, and Caleb H. Sipple of Dover hundred and county aforesaid, personally came here into the Orphans' Court of Kent county, holden at Dover, the day and year aforesaid, and jointly and severally acknowledge themselves to owe to the State of Delaware, the sum of $373.12 lawful money of the United States of America, to be made and levied on their goods and chattels, lands and tenements respectively: UPON CONDITION, That if the said Presley Spruance and Enoch Spruance their heirs executors or administrators do and shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid to the other parties entitled severally, or their executors, administrators or assigns respectively, their respective, just and proportionable shares of $186.56 (after deducting ...(illegible)...costs the appraised value of the real estate, late of Elijah Consellor, which was assigned to his widow as her dower as returned by the freeholders, and this day ordered to the said Presley Spruance and Enoch Spruance with interest thereon from the date hereof, on Demand then this recognizance to be void, else to be and remain in full force and virtue in law.

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Name: Caleb H. Sipples

Company: F

Unit: 5 Kentucky Mounted Infantry.

Rank - Induction: Private

Rank - Discharge: Private

Allegiance: Confederate

Notes: Sipple, Caleb H.

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Children's names and birth dates came from the 1860 & 1870 Grant Co. KY census


More About CALEB H. SIPPLE:

Military service: Civil War, Confederate; Co. F, 5th KY Mounted Infantry
iv. MOSES SIPPLE, b. 1834, Grant Co. KY; m. CAROLINE REGISTER.

v. MARY SIPPLE, b. 1837, Grant Co. KY; m. CHARLES KENDALL, 3 November 1856, Grant CO. KY.

vi. SUSANNAH SIPPLE, b. 1842, Grant Co. KY; d. 17 September 1859; m. DAVID SHYAR, 30 December 1856, Grant Co. KY; James Sipple bondsman.

vii. GREENBERRY SIPPLE, b. 13 March 1842, Grant Co. KY; m. ELIZABETH NEW, 2 August 1868, Grant Co. KY; b. 9 January 1848, Grant Co. KY; d. 4 June 1934, Pendleton Co. KY.
Notes for GREENBERRY SIPPLE:

Grant County Confederate Veterans or their Widows Who Applied for a Pension

Source: HISTORY OF GRANT COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Edited by John B. Conrad; Published by The Grant County Historical Society, Inc. Copyright 1992, Grant County Historical Society, Inc.

REQUIREMENTS: Must have been a resident of Kentucky since 1907. Widows must have been married to the Veteran prior to 1890.
GREENBERRY SIPPLE - born in Grant County, Kentucky March 13, 1842

Unit: 5th KY Cavalry Company E

Pension # - 3571 (see Pension # 2807)

Application: Grant County - 1916

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Name: Green B. Sipples

Company: F

Unit: 5 Kentucky Mounted Infantry.

Rank - Induction: Private

Rank - Discharge: Corporal

Allegiance: Confederate

Notes: Sipple, Green B.

More About GREENBERRY SIPPLE:

Military service: Civil War, 5th Kentucky Cavalry Co. E
Notes for ELIZABETH NEW:

Elizabeth applied for Greenberry's military pension in 1916. Pension # 3571.
viii. SARAH SIPPLE, b. 1844, Grant Co. KY; d. 29 August 1858.

ix. PASCHALL T. SIPPLE, b. 1850, Grant Co. KY; m. SUSAN ARAMER, 7 January 1884, Grant Co. KY.

x. JOHN W. SIPPLE, b. 25 November 1828, Grant Co. KY; d. 7 November 1864, KY; m. FRANCES 'FRANKY' JUETT, 10 April 1851, Grant Co. KY; b. 18 March 1829, Grant Co. KY; d. 26 October 1864.
Notes for JOHN W. SIPPLE:

Name: J. W. Sipples

Company: K

Unit: 6 Kentucky Cavalry.

Rank - Induction: Private

Rank - Discharge: Private

Allegiance: Confederate

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Schedule 1.--Free Inhabitants in in the County of Grant State of Kentucky enumerated by me, on 6/21/1860 . R.H. O'Hara, Ass't Marshal

Post Office Gouge

238 Sipple, John W. 33 M KY farmer $1250 $1500

Frankey 30 F KY

Joseph H. 8 M KY

Sylvester 5 M KY

John J. 2 M KY


More About JOHN W. SIPPLE:

Military service: Civil War; Confederate, Co. K, 6th Kentucky Cavalry
More About FRANCES 'FRANKY' JUETT:

Burial: Atkins Cemetery

17. MARY6 SIPPLE (JOHN W.5, CALEB4, JOHN 'THE YOUNGER'3, JOHN 'THE ELDER'2, GARRETT1) was born 12 March 1804 in Kent Co. DE, and died 9 January 1894 in Grant Co. KY. She married JOHN BEVERLY 9 March 1823 in Williamstown, Grant Co. KY, son of STEPHEN BEVERLY and LUCY UNKNOWN. He was born 15 August 1803 in VA, and died 4 September 1868 in Grant Co. KY.
Notes for MARY SIPPLE:

Kentucky Marriages to 1850
Kentucky

Grant County

Beverly, John married Sipple, Mary on 19 Mar 1822 in Grant County, Kentucky

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Obituary - Mary BEVERLY, wife of John BEVERLY, deceased, died January 9, 1894, aged 89 years, 9 months, and 27 days; maiden name was SIPPLE; married John BEVERLY in 1823; he died September 4, 1869; was Methodist; read without glasses in her 80's; was mother of 11 children, 6 of whom are dead; had 32 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
More About MARY SIPPLE:

Burial: Beverly Cemetery, Grant Co. KY
Notes for JOHN BEVERLY:

>From Ralph Beverly:

Clerk's Office in Williamstown lists John Beverly's Estate inventory (Will Book 'F', p. 402-03) and Settlement (Will Book 'G', p. 52), but nothing about a will.

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Guardianship: John Beverly is appointed guardian to Isabell Morgan, Wm. Henry Morgan, Mary Elizabeth Morgan, and Samuel G. Morgan, infant orphans of Alfred Morgan, they being under the age of 14 years. Security: James M. Little. July 1851. C-340.

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Schedule 1.--Free Inhabitants in-----------------in the County of Grant State of Kentucky enumerated by me, on 7/6/1860 . R.H. O'Hara Ass't Marshal

Post Office Stateleys Run.
522 Beverly, John 46 M KY farmer $1000 $600

Mary 46 F DE

Stephen W. 24 M KY farmer $210

Lucy Jane 17 F KY

Andrew 16 M KY

Bluford H. 13 M KY

Morgan, Isabelle 16 F KY

William H. 14 M KY

Mary E. 12 F KY

Samuel J. 10 M KY
More About JOHN BEVERLY:

Burial: Beverly Cemetery, Grant Co. KY



Children of MARY SIPPLE and JOHN BEVERLY are:

i. ELIZABETH7 BEVERLY, d. Bef. 1860.
Notes for ELIZABETH BEVERLY:

Never married.
ii. UNKNOWN BEVERLY.

iii. ALAMANDA OR ALMEDA BEVERLY, b. 1824; d. July 1851, Grant Co. KY; m. ALFRED MORGAN, 7 September 1843, Owen Co. KY; b. 20 December 1821, Owen Co. KY; d. 8 February 1851, Grant Co. KY.
Notes for ALFRED MORGAN:

Alfred Morgan

Alfred Morgan, second son and one of ten children of Samuel and Elizabeth (Moore?) Morgan, was born December 20, 1821 in Owen County, Kentucky. On September 7, 1843 in Grant County, Kentucky he married Alamanda/Almeda Beverly, who had been born in Grant County about 1824, the oldest of eleven children of John and Mary (Sipple) Beverly. After marriage, the Morgans lived their tragically short lives farming in Grant County near the Owen County, Kentucky line. Alfred, not yet 30 years old, died February 8, 1851, and was followed in death only five months later by Alamanda, leaving their four children who became wards of their grandfather, John Beverly. Alfred is buried in the Baptist Church Cemetery in Jonesville near his mother and two of his sisters, Mary Ann (Morgan) Perry and Elizabeth F. Morgan; but Alamanda's burial place is unknown. Their four children were:
1. Isabel was born circa 1844. Se seems to have lived before 1870, apparently single.
2. William Henry was born December 13, 1846 and died July 21, 1924 in Norwood, Ohio. He married , October 7, 1868 in Grant County, Kentucky, Sarah E. May. She was born November 17, 1846, probably in Garrard County, Kentucky, the only child of Caleb and Anna (Chrisman) May. She died January 19, 1899 in Folsom while visiting her daughter Anna Belle (Morgan), wife of George Arthur Pettit. William Henry moved his family to Cincinnati, Ohio around 1900.
3. Mary Elizabeth was born about 1848. She married Robert Carleton on August 2, 1886 in Grant County, Kentucky. They had one son, Henry Carleton.
4. Samuel G. or J. was born May 1850.

If you have information please write:

Mrs. Virginia P. Loomis, 15 Puritan Lane

Newington, Connecticut 061111-5012

She does not have e-mail. Thanks!

Published in Footsteps of the Past, June 22, 1995.


More About ALFRED MORGAN:

Burial: Baptist Church Cemetery in Jonesville
iv. LOUISIANA BEVERLY, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830; m. (1) WOODFORD CHILDERS, 27 March 1850, Grant Co. KY; B. Stewart bondsman; b. Abt. 1828, Pendleton Co. KY; m. (2) ELISHA STEWART, 20 December 1855.

v. MARY ANN BEVERLY, b. 1827; d. Aft. 1900; m. THOMAS B. THORNHILL, 2 January 1849, Grant Co. KY; Wm. B. Coleman bondsman; b. 1822, Harrison Co. KY; d. 1866, Grant Co. KY.

vi. WILLIAM HITER BEVERLY, b. 1829; m. ARTHUSA B. ABERNATHY, 5 February 1850, Grant Co. KY; Wm. W. Sallee bondsman; b. 1829.
Notes for WILLIAM HITER BEVERLY:

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Schedule 1.--Free Inhabitants in-----------------in the County of Grant State of Kentucky enumerated by me, on 7/6/1860 . R.H. O'Hara Ass't Marshal

Post Office Stateleys Run.
524 Beverly, William H. 30 M KY farmer $800 $1300

Arthusa B. 31 F KY

Martha L. 4 F KY

William H. 1 M KY


vii. JOHN S. BEVERLY, b. 27 August 1833; d. 4 April 1910; m. MARY E. BENNETT, 28 December 1854, Grant Co. KY; James D. Bennett bondsman; b. 29 March 1837; d. 12 November 1908.
Notes for JOHN S. BEVERLY:

Grant County Order Book C-1846-1855
Tax Release: Jno. S. Beverly is released from paying a county levy due to error. January 1855. C-594.

More About JOHN S. BEVERLY:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery in Jonesville
More About MARY E. BENNETT:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery in Jonesville
viii. STEPHEN W. BEVERLY, b. 1836, Grant Co. KY; d. Aft. 1908; m. SEBRA ELIZABETH GRAVITT, 25 July 1860, Grant Co. KY; W. H. Gravitt bondsman; b. 12 November 1843, Grant Co. KY; d. 2 January 1923, Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY.
Notes for STEPHEN W. BEVERLY:

Information from Ralph Beverly at Rbeverly@insightbb.com:

Fact 1: 8-12-1864, Enlisted in the Union Army,53rd regiment

Fact 2: 4-03-1890, Appointed postmaster in Stewartsville, Ky

Fact 3: 1908, In September 1908 Stephen W. gave a deposition in the matter of his son Edward's divorce from wife Roxy Franks, and stated he was a resident of Covington in Kenton County, KY. This is the last known reference to Stephen. Date and place of death unknown,

Trade: Carpenter

ix. ANDREW BEVERLY, b. 1844.

x. BLUFORD HAYDEN BEVERLY, b. 3 April 1847; d. 5 September 1888; m. DARTHA OR DOROTHY RUDDELL.

xi. LUCY JANE BEVERLY, b. 20 September 1875; m. B. C. CROSSTHWAIT; b. 1845, Harrison Co. KY.

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