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Pifer/Pipher in Canada
Posted by: Margaret Hornsby Date: December 14, 1998 at 13:22:15
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I will list what I have on the Pifer/Pipher family. Both spellings are used in this family, so it has been a little difficult to research.

Samuel Pipher - [1768 - 1842] married to Barbara Labar [1771 - 1857]
{They had 9 children, the youngest of whom was John}

John Pipher - [1809 - 1880] married to Mary ____ [1808 - 1878]
{they had 13 children, the 5th oldest was Samuel}

Samuel Pipher - [1835 - 1897] married to Elizabeth Shirk [1838 - 1930]
The children of Samuel and Elizabeth are: Adam Pipher/1861; Margaret Pipher/1861-1938; Everett Joel Pipher/1887-1955; Daniel Pifer/1864-1945; John Pipher/1866-1953; Annie Pipher; Charles W. Pifer/1868-1927; Mary E. Pipher/1870-1951; Elizabeth Pipher; Archie Pifer/1876-1958; Duncan Pifer/?-1952; Sarah Pifer/1880-?.

John Pipher - [1866-1953] married to Margaret Ellen (Nellie)Schell [1871-1941]
The children of John and Nellie are:
John; Mary Lillian; Edith; Margaret; Alice Marian; James Ernest.

Some of the information is primary, based on research of land grant titles, birth and death records etc. Some is secondary, based on notes made by others.
Please contact me if any of these names connect. I like filling in any and all twigs and branches on a tree.
I especially would like to know when the first Pipher/Pifers came to America.



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