This information was gathered by several researchers.James R. Lipsey posts to the Lipsey board
Charles Ferguson who's address I have
George P. Bartlett 1796 KY to 16 Oct 1855 Fayette Co., Illinois married 2 Mary 1840 to Jerusha Lipsey b. abt 1805 in Lincoln Co., Ky
Jerusha married 19 Jan 1825 to James E. Gibson
Jerusha married 29 Oct 1829 to Josephus Francis.
Jerusha is the daughter ofJohn Lipsey b. abt 1785, d abt 1830 Wayne Co., KY and Angeletta Coombs b abt 1785 VA d. 1850 Hensley Township, Johnson Co., Indiana.
This is the surname given to Jerusha in Angelletta's will.
From Fayette Facts- Fayette Co. Illinois --Pack #9 Bartlett George P. Died 16 Oct 1855 intestate. Jerusha Bartlett, widow, relinquised her beget to admenistration-- some of those who bought some of their goods were: Asa Lipsey and Thomas Bartlett.The estate listed Children as George, Thomas, John, Anna Bartlett md Thomas Turner, William , Harvey, Milton Bartlett.The last three minors.
CENSUS: 1850 Indiana, Ownen County, Montgomery Twnshp.George P. Bartlett 54, Farmer born Kentucky,Jerusha 44 born Kentucky, Julia A. 22 Kentucky, James 19, Indiana, Thomas 15 Indiana, John 12 Indiana, William 10 Indiana, Harvey 8 Indiana, Milton 6 Indiana.
Jesse who is metioned in Samuel's will is the grandson of George and Jerusha.
A.H. Yakell appointed guardian of George and Jesse Lipsey 9 Mar 1908 for the purpose of getting these boys admitted to the Odd Fellow Orpahns Home.The decree said they could stay until 14 Sep 1920.They were the children of John Kingsley Lipsey and Mary Stinebring.She died in 1906.We have never found what happened to John.Althoug one of my father's cousins said he had left his family and run off to Wyoming.I think this shows he probably died about 1908. from James R. Lipsey.
CENSUS: 1840 Indiana, Mogan County. Listed as Letticia Lipsey.
Will probated in Johnson Co., Indiana in 1850
Information off her Will.Will of Angeletta Lipsey: I, Angelletta Lipsey, being very ague and infirm and believing I cannot live long by reason of desease and age, do herby make and authorize to be Published on my last will and testemant the following.VIZ that in my desease that my body be commited to its follow earth in a plain coffin without pomp, show , or parade.Secondly, that funeral expenses be paid out of my real estate, and that some be sold in 12 months credit with approved security in ne payments of the same and when fully paid to be deeded infor simple by my Executor to the Purchasas being 40 Acres of plain only being and lying in the Hensley Township and County of Johnson and state of Indiana, that the hundred and fifty dollars be equally devided between my four sons, William Lipsey, Raney Lipsey, John Lipsey, and Asa Lipsey as soon as collected by my Executor, the balance after paying funeral expenses to be divided equaly between my four daughters.VIZ Jerusha Bartlett, Rebecca Jane White, Hethier Ann Zook, and Mary Roberts, with the exeption of one dollar, to be paid by my Executor to the heirs, VIZ Nancy Francis and Elizabeth True and the Heirs of Levesa Eller.Third, it is my will and wish that the proceeds in sale of all my personal property be equally divided between my 4 first name daughters, provided the same said heirs can agree on the division with sale.Fourth: it is my wish and will that on my decease, that Raney Lipsey and Aaron Zook take immediate charge of all my estate, both Real and Personal and act as my executors, and inall things carry out in the nost full and simple manner my will and wish or expressed in the forgoing will.
signed , sealed and delivered in the Presenece of . E.H. Salisbury, and William Long.XAngeletta Lipsey, her mark.
Be it remembered that on the 26 day of September 1850, Personally appreared before me, Jacob Sibat, Clerk of the Probate Count of said County, William Long, one of the Subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will, and being by me duly sworn an oath says, that he as one of the subscribinb witnesses was present at the execution of the last of the last will and testement of Angelletta Lipsey, deseased.hereinto annexed that he saw the said testator subscribe her name to the siad will and heard declare the same to the last will and testement and that at that time doing so the said testator was lawful age and sound mind and memory and not under any restraint of coercion whatever and that be signed the same in her presence and at her request in the presence of the other subscribing witnesses.William Long
Sworn and subscibed before me the day and date above written. Jacob Siebert.