|Birth: ||Nov., 1850|
|Death: ||May, 1925|
May 28, 1925---James William Shipman, landscaper, died Tuesday evening, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William Baker of Warsaw. Mr. Shipman had been born in Warsaw, November 30, 1850, the son of Stephen Shipman of Saratoga, NY and Mary Brown (Shipman) of Connecticut.
On July 17, 1875 he married Amy Leffingwell and was the father of five children. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Lutie May (William) Baker; and three grandchildren. Two sons, Charles and Charles the second, two daughters, Inza and Luella preceeded the parents in death.
Burial followed in Maple Grove Cemetery, Gainesville.
December 23, 1926---The body of Amy Sophia Leffingwell Shipman, widow of William, was brought to Gainesville to be put in the vault. She leaves three granddaughters and a sister in Rochester. There are no section-range-plot numbers given but the obits indicate Maple Grove burials.
S Rutherford Historian Notebook
Historical Wyoming, Volume 38, October 1991: The Shipmans of Warsaw by Emmett Cahill gives family information.
Amy Leffingwell Shipman (____ - 1926)*
Lutie May Shipman Baker (1876 - 1926)*
Maple Grove Cemetery
New York, USA
Plot: Not listed
Maintained by: M.Mann. Clerk
Originally Created by: Mike Cooper
Record added: Feb 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34305393
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