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ted kellums (#48262962)
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Jerry L. Lippincott
RE: Dale Lippincott
Dear Ted,
I am Ena Kellums' oldest grandson (she only had four grand children). My dad's brother was Dale. I was not aware he had studied the violin but knew that Ena's father-in-law had supposedly been a fiddle player. However, his fiddle went to one of dad's cousins about 1950 - Marvin Lippincott who has since also passed away.
Is the violin of any significance to you or would you be amenable to passing it back to a Lippincott? I am not musical but my only son plays several stringed instruments.
Regardless, best regards and best wishes. Hope your Thanksgiving holiday is a good one!

Jerry Lippincott
Lincoln, Nebraska (954) 830-5055
Added by Jerry L. Lippincott on Nov 17, 2014 6:38 PM
Jerry L. Lippincott
RE: Dale Lippincott
Dear Ted, if you are referring to Dale Laverne Lippincott, he was my father's only brother, and I wonder if you can find out much about the rest of our genealogy from what I have posted - any way, I am guessing that you are a cousin from grandmother Ena's line - and I have a lot of stuff from her about Kellums and the "Budrow" connection. I am pleased that you have kept Dale's violin for such a long time! I, personally, was unaware Dale had taken lessons. I knew that his grandfather (James William "Will" Lippincott) was a "fiddler" but thought that cousin Marvin Lippincott had his instrument.
Regardless, If I can help you on any research about our mutual lines, let me know - best regards - Jerry
Added by Jerry L. Lippincott on Oct 25, 2013 9:22 PM

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