Person:Jacob Kiplinger (1)

Johann Jacob Kiplinger
m. bef. 1730
  1. Johann Jacob Kiplingerabt 1730 - 1786
  2. Eva Anna Kiplinger1731 -
  3. Johann Philip KiplingerABT 1732 - BEF 1791
  4. Johann Daniel Kiplingerabt 1733 - 1797
  • HJohann Jacob Kiplingerabt 1730 - 1786
  • WVeronica GrammBef 1731 - Bef 1807
m. 11 MAY 1749
  1. Catherine Kiplinger1753 -
  2. Elizabeth Kiplinger1755-1765 -
  3. Mary Kiplingerest 1762-1772 -
  4. John Peter KiplingerBEF 1768 -
  5. John Henry KiplingerBEF 1779 -
Facts and Events
Name Johann Jacob Kiplinger
Alt Name Johann Jacob Ciplinger
Alt Name Jacob Kublinger
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1730 Rheindurkheim, Germany
Marriage 11 MAY 1749 Rheindurkheim, Germanyto Veronica Gramm
Death? June 1786 Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia
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Jacob Kiplinger was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 2.--__ day of May, 1768. George Reader and Margaret ( ) to Jacob Kiblinger, £, a certain tract of land in Frederick which said Kiblinger formerly lived on that he purchased of Peter Cotten's heirs, 200 acres at a place called Sinking Spring; corner land Adam Reader lives on. Delivered: Daniel Rose, June, 1779.
  • Land Survey - Page 155 - Jacob Kaplinger, 52 acres, Branch of the North Shenandoah River, adjoining his own land and Andrew Whitenlaugh, June 10, 1769. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 56].