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|Posted: Sun Jan 15, 2006 3:19 pm Post subject: Newspapers, New York -CRIPPIN/CRIPPEN
|Record of newspaper occurances of CRIPPIN/CRIPPEN name, hopefully of use to someone. Feel free to add your own newspaper accounts as a reply when you encounter the Crippen variations. Could be a difficult list if combined together, so will try to break out by geographic areas, as a new topic. Not in chronological order, transcribed as written (old script f converted to s when appropriate). Scan copies to members of the Crippen Bulletin Board available on request.
THOMAS CRIPPEN - Married
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Kuypen, Mr. THOMAS CRIPPEN, to Miss Catherine Britten, both of this city.
From MERCANTILE ADVERTISER 1803-04-26, Issue 3334, page 2. Note: Publishers statement looks like this paper was published in New York City.
THOMAS CRIPPEN - Lost Overboard
We learn by the pilot boat Young Pilot, that on Wednesday morning, Thomas Crippin, pilot, was lost overboard from the ship Mary Johnson, from Havanna, in a squall, and all attempts to save his life proved ineffectual.
From NEW YORK COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, 1811-05-31, Vol. XIV, Issue 4985, page 3.
LEVI CRIPPIN - House Fire
On the night of the 2d inst. the house of Levi Crippin, of Penfield, (formerly of Fairfield, Herkimer county) was burnt, and with it his six children, the eldest around 9 years, the youngest an infant, about 7 months. The parents it is said, were both from home, nearly a mile.
From NEWBURYPORT HERALD 1812-02-23, Vol. XVI, Issue 94, page 3. (actually a Massachusetts newspaper. This article appeared in the most of the New England states papers, under the heading of SHOCKING.)
SCHUYLER CRIPPEN - Married
At Richfield, Schuyler Crippen, Esq. attorney at law, to Miss Sabrina Cook.
From NEW-YORK DAILY ADVERTISER, 1819-11-20, Vol. III, Issue 809, page 2.
SILAS CRIPPEN - Sheriffs Sale (added 05-10-2006) (transcribed as written with old style f for s).
By virtue of a write of Teftatum Fieri Facias iffued out of fupreme court of Judicature of the ftate of New York, to me directed and delivered againft the goods and chattels lands and tenements of Silas Crippin and Spencer Cone---I have levied on lot number 524 Springfield patent, containing one hundred acres of land, in poffeffion of Silas Crippin; and lot number 62 in Springfield patent, containing five acres of land, with a tan yard and tanning works, framed houfe and barn thereon, now in poffeffion of John Paffage, both in the town of Springfield, together with all the perfonal property of faid Silas, which I fhall expofe to fale at the houfe of Thomas Whitaker, in the town of Cherry Valley on Saturday the 28th day of October next, at one o'clock in the afternoon.
Arunah Metcalf, Sheriff.
Otsego, Sept 12, 1809 55 60
From the Otsego Herald; 09-23-1809; Vol: XV; Issue: 756; Page: 3.
JOHN THOMAS CRIPPEN - List of Letters Remaining in the Post Office, August 1 1798 (added 05-10-2006)
From The Daily Advertiser; 08-03-1798; Vol: XIV; Issue 4208; Page: 2.
Note: The Daily Advertiser was published out of New York by Charles Snowden from his office at 71 Pine Street.
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