|1||1871 Teaching Certificate of Mary Kellogg|
|2||A. J. (Andrew Jackson) Whipple Descendants, 1908|
Top row, left to right: Laura Whipple (wife of Harry Whipple), Eva Whipple Mayne, Florence Hicks Holbrook, Zeal Hurt Van Voast (daughter of Eva Hurt Mayne), Pauline Whipple, Genevieve Hurt Jacobson (daughter of Eva Hurt Mayne), Sadie Whipple Chantry
Second row, left to right: May Hurt Momgrain (daughter of Eva Hurt Mayne), Laura May Whipple…
|3||Abiel Gifford Howland, 1832-after 1884|
Abiel Gifford Howland.
Birth 1832, Cape Cod, Barnstable, Massachusetts.
Death After 1884, probably New Zealand.
Burial New Zealand.
|4||Albert Jay Whipple (1924-2013)|
|5||Alice (Mercer) Bagley, 1848-1926|
Birth 26 Oct 1848, Princeton, Bureau, Illinois.
Death 9 May 1926, Seattle, King, Washington.
Burial Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle, King, Washington.
|6||Alice E. Whipple, 1846-1916, of Michigan|
|7||Alice Estelle (Manning) Whipple|
|8||Alice, Marna, Elassor, Amarilla, Jane, and Harriet Whipple of Michigan, circa 1880-1910.|
Top (L-R): Alice, Marna, Elassor Whipple
Bottom (L-R): Amarilla, Jane, Harriet Whipple
|9||Alonzo Byron Nichols (1869-1939)|
|10||Alvah Lemuel Carr (1868-1955)|
|11||Ambro Whipple (1827-1899)|
|12||Andrew Brown Whipple (1832-1919)|
|13||Andrew Jackson "AJ" Whipple (1824-1907)|
|14||Ann E. (Whipple) Mann (1822-1901)|
|15||Anna L. (Van Antwerp) Whipple|
|16||Annie (Ennon) Whipple (1857-1935) and Colby Favelle Whipple (1852-1932)|
|17||Anthony "Tony" Whipple, London, England|
|18||Arlon Mann Whipple (1839-1910)|
|19||Armide Nana Edith Whipple (1920-2001)|
|20||Armide Nana Edith Whipple (1920-2001)|
|21||Arnold Leroy Pitts (1933-2001)|
|22||Arthur Penn Whipple (1886-1955)|
|23||Benjamin Demo Harvey (1928-2012)|
|24||Betty (1922-1979), Jane (1915-1982) and Audria Middaugh (1920-2003) with grandfather George M. Whipple (1870-1957)|
Standing L to R: Betty, Jane and Audria Middaugh. Seated: grandfather George M. Whipple
|25||Birthplace of George Hoyt Whipple (1878-1976)|
George Hoyt Whipple (1878-1976), who received the 1934 Nobel Prize for Medicine, was born in Ashland, New Hampshire, in the home pictured above. The home is now the Whipple House Museum, operated by the Ashland Historical Society, Ashland, NH 03217.
|26||Bishop Henry Benjamin Whipple (1822-1901)|
Elected first Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota in 1859, at the age of 37.
|27||Blanche (Whipple) Stubbs (1861-1936)|
|28||Bonnie Jeanne (Crossley) Whipple|
|29||Brigham Young (1801-1877)|
|30||Brough Thompson Whipple (1853-1917)|
|31||Calvin Stewart and Family|
Calvin Stewart left, standing, Lavinia Judson (Whipple) Cooper's daughters Nellie (seated on top step right) and Frances (seated with white apron). The rest are Frances's kids.
|32||Captain Paul Whipple (1840-1915)|
|33||Carr B. Whipple (1876-1960)|
|34||Carrie Scott Comstock (b. 1861), Johanna Clark Comstock (b. 1845), Sarah Ann (Whipple) Scott (1815-1902)|
Sarah Ann (Whipple) Scott on right, sitting, her nieces Carrie Scott Comstock with hat and Johanna Clark Comstock standing, circa late 1800's at the Scott farm in R.I.
|35||Cecil Lorman Whipple (1893-1977)|
|36||Cephas B. Estey, 1827-after 1901|
Born 9 Mar 1827, Peru, Clinton, New York
Died after 1901, of Delmar, Clinton, Iowa
|37||Champion Bramwell Mann (1844-1929)|
|38||Charles Allen Whipple (1854-1937)|
|39||Charles Allen Whipple's (1854-1937) Dredging Machine|
Built and Patented 1910-1912
|40||Charles Allen Whipple's (1854-1937) Dredging Machine (view 2)|
Built and patented 1910-1912
|41||Charles and Amarilla (Whipple) Rice of Michigan|
|42||Charles Henry Whipple (1871-1925)|
|43||Charles Israel Whipple (1884-1959)|
|44||Charles W. Parks, Jr. (b. 1852)|
|45||Charles Wesley Whipple|
|46||Charles Wesley Whipple at work.|
Charles Wesley Whipple, father of Robert Joseph Whipple at work at Harden Furniture factory, McConnelsville, NY. Date unknown.
|47||Charlotte Kay Whipple|
4th and last wife of Ronald Joseph Whipple.
|48||Charlotte Kay Whipple - 55 in Cancun|
Charlotte's 55th birthday celebration on the beach in Cancun.
|49||Charlotte Kay Whipple at home.|
|50||Clara Barton (1821-1912)|
Clarissa Harlowe Barton, founder of the American Red Cross.