Hi, not sure if you have a question? Maybe you posted as a way of seeking contact with other descendants?
Here is a descendant posting on Genforum, Ipsen Family Forum, Nov. 2002:
Also see an Ancestry.com family tree called “Betty L. Martin.”
1900 the family is in Gage County, Nebraska - Nancy O. Ipson (1883), Lola B. Ipson (1885), Owen R. Ipson (1891).
Nancy O. Ipson married Ira G. Smock in 1909 (announcement 21 October 1909 in Nebraska State Journal, dateline Beatrice, Nebraska) “at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ipson, near Filley.”
Lola Blanche Ipson married Homer Diggs shortly before, in August 1909.
Gage County, Nebraska
Julius Ipson54 [born about 1856]
Jemima J Ipson49 [born about 1861]
Owen R Ipson19 [born about 1891]
Mabel E Dixan 12 [born about 1898]
Mill Creek, Pottawatomie, Kansas
Owen R. Ipson49 b Nebraska
Pearl Ipson46 b Kansas
Florence B. Ipson26 b Kansas
Velda S Ipson13 b Kansas
The Genforum poster says this:
“Julius Matthew Ipsen was my great-great grandfather. He was born 29 June 1856 in Bornholm, Denmark and died 01 February 1927 in Blue Rapids, Kansas. He married Jemima Jane Dickson on 18 August 1882. She was born 17 May 1861 in Evansville, Indiana, and died 12 December 1928 in Blue Rapids, Kansas. My great-grandmother was Lola Blanche Ipson born 14 August 1885 in Windsor, Missouri, and she died 23 September 1911 in Beatrice, Nebraska, where she is buried. She married Homer Diggs on 04 August 1909 in Beatrice, Nebraska. He was born 15 July 1889 in Southwest City, Missouri, and died September 1931 in Columbus, Kansas, where he is buried. My grandmother was their only daughter, Neva Mae Diggs, born 20 September 1911. I do have a copy of the family page from the Ipson Family Bible. It is difficult to read, but is readable.Would be happy to email a copy to anyone wanting it. I am looking for any documented information on this line and further back from Julius.”
Julius Ipsen immigrated at age 17, registering for immigration on 28 February 1872 in Copenhagen. He listed his last residence was østermarie, Bornholm, Denmark. The name of his ship is not given; his registration says his route is indirect, meaning he will travel by more than one vehicle to get to America. Many Danish immigrants traveled to England and left from there. SOURCE: See emigration records at www.ddd.dda.dk
Julius's father was Jeppe Hansen, born about 1813 in østermarie (the capital ø isn’t working for me, sorry). His mother was Kristine Pedersen, born about 1807, also in østermarie parish. This place is østermarie parish/sogn, øster herred, Bornholm amt. He had brothers Hans Peter Ibsen b abt 1844, Peder Michael Ibsen b 1846, Anders Michael Ibsen b 1851. The family is found in østermarie in the Danish census 1840, 1850, 1860, and 1870. Again, see www.ddd.dda.dk
This link will show you the church where Julius was baptized:
I believe Jemima's marriage to Julius Ibsen/Ibson was her second marriage?? - discussed with the poster, above, in other forums.
All good wishes, and I hope your offer to share your wonderful family history photos can bring a smile to the face of other descendants!