Person:Lincoln Piper (1)

m. 15 Dec 1796
  1. William Norton Piper1798 - 1891
  2. Cynthia H Piper1800 - 1838
  3. George Vining Piper1802 - 1826
  4. Amos Sawyer Piper1804 -
  5. Susan Leah Piper1807 -
  6. Nancy Bangs Piper1810 - 1874
  7. Artemas Martin Piper1812 - 1878
  8. Emily Eliza Piper1814 - 1881
  9. Deborah Bigelow Piper1817 - 1868
  10. Lincoln Bangs Piper1819 - 1871
  11. Jane Rosella Piper1821 - 1852
  • HLincoln Bangs Piper1819 - 1871
  • W.  Maria Angell (add)
m. Bef 1846
Facts and Events
Name Lincoln Bangs Piper
Alt Name[7] Benjamin Lincoln Piper
Gender Male
Birth[1] 29 Jul 1819 Erving, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Bef 1846 possibly New York, United Statesto Maria Angell (add)
Death[2][3] 7 Aug 1871 Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan, United States
  1. Piper Family Record.

    Lincoln Bangs Piper
    Born July the 29th 1819
    Lincoln B. Piper Married [blank]

  2. Michigan. Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995

    Return of Deaths in the County of Muskegon for the year ending December 31st, A.D. 1871
    No.: 690
    Date of Death: August 7 1871
    Name: Benjamin L. Piper
    Sex: M
    Color: White
    Condition: Married
    Age: 52 y. - m. 9 d. [birth calculates to about 29 Jul 1819]
    Place of Death: Webster Ave
    Cause: Over dose of Morphine
    Place of Birth: Mass / Erving
    Occupation: Tinsmith & Justice of the Peace
    Parents: [blank]

  3. Find A Grave: Evergreen Cemetery, Muskegon, MI, in Find A Grave
    {fgravemem|95427824|Benjamin L Piper}}.
    <1813 - 1871
    MARIA S.
    <1824 - 1893
  4.   Clinton, New York, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule
  5.   Ottawa, Michigan, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    line 17.
  6.   Muskegon, Michigan, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    line 1.
  7. The fact that the age at death works out to the day matching the birthdate, and the birth location is the same, and he appears to have married a sister of the husbands of his sisters Deborah and Jane, one must conclude the person recorded at birth as Lincoln Bangs Piper is the same as the Benjamin Lincoln Piper found later in the century. No name change has been located, so this is speculative, and as no marriage record has been located under either name, it is not known when this purported change occurred (though certainly by 1850 when he is listed in the census as B. L. Piper).