Whipple Genweb

Whipple Genweb

Special Topics

Census, Lists, Vital Records

Censuses

Lists

Vital Records

Other Whipple Websites

  • Whipple Family Genealogy Forum. A place to ask and answer questions about Whipples.
  • Ipswich Historical Society & Museums. All about Ipswich, Massachusetts (where brothers Matthew and "Elder" John Whipple arrived in 1638). Holdings include the John Whipple House.
  • Quakertown Online. Although not exclusively a Whipple website, the descendants of Samuel Whipple (including great grandson Samuel and great great grandson Noah) are a significant part of Quakertown, in Ledyard, Connecticut. Among the site's many useful resources are the full text of The Battle-Axe by Timothy Watrous, Sr., and sons (ca. 1810), as well as Anna Williams's chapter on the history of Quakertown from The Rogerenes (1904).
  • Whipple's World. The web site for N.Y. television personality George Carroll Whipple III.
  • The Political Graveyard. Besides including a page entitled Index to Politicians: Whipple, the site lists "occupants" of numerous graveyards throughout the U.S.
  • The Gaspee Virtual Archives and Gaspee Days web sites have information about Commodore Abraham Whipple's role in the burning of H.M.S. Gaspee--before the official outbreak of America's Revolutionary War with Great Britain.
  • Wippell's (www.wippell.com), founded in 1789 in Exeter, England, is one of the oldest and largest clerical outfitters and church furnishings companies.
  • The Whimple History Society (www.whimple.org) from Whimple, Old England, presents a compelling argument that the name Whipple means other than "white stream". Under archives-Placenames Background, it asserts that Whipple probably should have been interpreted as "fair" or "fine" stream.

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