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 Washburn Chipman

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Washburn Chipman

Birth
Leeds, Leeds and Grenville United Counties, Ontario, Canada
Death
1 Nov 1926 (aged 97)
American Fork, Utah County, Utah, USA
Burial
American Fork, Utah County, Utah, USA
Plot
I-94-2
Memorial ID
21421778 View Source

Third Husband of Caroline Abigail Mayhew Chipman , married 30 Jun 1868 in Salt Lake City,Utah,USA

First husband of Mindwell Houston, married 5 Dec 1855 in Alpine, Utah, UT,USA

Second husband of Margaret Vance McNicholas, married 6 Oct 1859 in Utah

Son of Stephen Chipman and Amanda Washburn


Washburn Chipman was born in Bastard Township, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada, April 16, 1829. Died in American Fork, Utah Nov. 1, 1926, in his 98th year. Father of 26 children. A Utah Pioneer of 1847. An Indian War veteran and Church worker.

President of 67th Quorum of Seventies.

Served in the Indain Wars and rose to rank of Colonel.

Sent to Iron County by Bigham young where he assisted in building the Parowan Canal.

He was a successful stockman and farmer.

He brought the first reaper to American Fork, Utah.

A director and one of the first organizers of Zion's Cooperative Mercantile Institution, Salt Lake City, Utah and Provo Woolen Mills, Provo, Utah.

Director of American Fork Coop Store and sheepman's organization.

He was a benefactor and an empire builder.

Washburn Chipman Family- Ken Wright

Third Husband of Caroline Abigail Mayhew Chipman , married 30 Jun 1868 in Salt Lake City,Utah,USA

First husband of Mindwell Houston, married 5 Dec 1855 in Alpine, Utah, UT,USA

Second husband of Margaret Vance McNicholas, married 6 Oct 1859 in Utah

Son of Stephen Chipman and Amanda Washburn


Washburn Chipman was born in Bastard Township, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada, April 16, 1829. Died in American Fork, Utah Nov. 1, 1926, in his 98th year. Father of 26 children. A Utah Pioneer of 1847. An Indian War veteran and Church worker.

President of 67th Quorum of Seventies.

Served in the Indain Wars and rose to rank of Colonel.

Sent to Iron County by Bigham young where he assisted in building the Parowan Canal.

He was a successful stockman and farmer.

He brought the first reaper to American Fork, Utah.

A director and one of the first organizers of Zion's Cooperative Mercantile Institution, Salt Lake City, Utah and Provo Woolen Mills, Provo, Utah.

Director of American Fork Coop Store and sheepman's organization.

He was a benefactor and an empire builder.

Washburn Chipman Family- Ken Wright


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