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Generation No. 1
1. HANS1 SEIPP was born 1611, and died November 01, 1691. He married ANNA CATHARINA WERNER.
Child of Hans Seipp and Anna Werner is:
2. . GEORG KILLIAN2 SEIPP, b. 1654.
Generation No. 2
2. GEORG KILLIAN2 SEIPP was born 1654. He married ANNA MARGARETHA SCHUMBERT.
Child of Georg Seipp and Anna Schumbert is:
3. i. JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, b. January 24, 1696/97, Michelstadt,Hesse Darmstadt,Germany; d. January 15, 1751/52, Gammelsbach,Hesse, Germany.
Generation No. 3
3. JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP (GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born January 24, 1696/97 in Michelstadt,Hesse Darmstadt,Germany, and died January 15, 1751/52 in Gammelsbach,Hesse,Germany. He married ANNA ELIZABETH HOFFMANN November 26, 1726 in Germany, daughter of Johann Hoffmann.
In the Beerfelden parish registers, the name Seip is frequently mentioned according to
"The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine", (1993), German Origins of Northampton
County Settlers, page. 11-15. In "The History of Lehigh County", page 510, the author
states between 1735 and 1750 the families of Seip among others settled on land along the
Jordan River, in the western part of what is now known as North Whitehall. Therefore, it
is possible that other family members were already in this country when Johann Peter and
For example, we found the will of Melchoir Seip of Macungie Township. Probated
February 25, 1797. The executors were John and Peter Seip. In Roberts "History of
Lehigh Co.", Vol 1, page 997, the village of Seipstown, located in Weisenberg Township
on the road leading from Allentown to Hamburg, was founded by John Seip, whose
Grandfather, Melchoir Seip came from Wirtemberg before 1747 and settled in what is now
Upper Macungie Township. Melchoir Seip also paid taxes in 1762 in Upper Macungie
Township (page 907), and in 1781 as a resident of Weisenberg Township (page 975).
Included as taxable for Upper Macungie Township. Were Adam G. Seip in 1781, and
Peter Seip in 1812 (page 907) while John Seip was taxable in 1812 in Weisenberg
Township (page 975). Lori has Melchoir listed as the son of Jacob. I am not certain of this
But have listed him as such as well.
We also found a will for Conrad Seip of Whitehall Township dated Sept 12, 1782 and
witnessed by Michael Mofser and Jacob Wirth (WB 1, page 310, North Co.) He had
Brothers and sisters, executor was his wife. A Conrad Seip of Lehigh, Whitehall Township
Was born Sept 25, 1791 and christened Sept 28, 1791 but died Oct. 2, 1791. Parents were
Listed as Peter Seip and wife Susanna Kreylein. Other children of Peter and Susanna
Keylein were George Peter, born Jan 21, 1790; Maria Catharina, born Oct. 1, 1792; J.
George, born Nov.3, 1793, and a second Conrad, born April 5, 1795. This Conrad
Apparently married M. Catharina (BP Oct 16, 1774). Other children of Peter and Susanna
Were Susanna, born May 24, 1796, Magdalena, born May 9, 1799; William, born February
8, 1808; Lydia, born Jan 18, 1809; and Eva, born February 28, 1814. Maria Catharina
Married Daniel Kennel. Magdalena married Michael Zollner (sp?) and had at least one
Child, a son, David, born March 27, 1823.
Another search of Beerfelden Parish records revealed Elisabetha Christina Seip, born
February 19, 1733, who was the daughter of Conrad Seipp of Gammelsbach and his wife?
Maria Elisabetha. In time, Elisabetha Christina married Johannes Schumpter, a master
Mason in Gammelsbach, on Jan. 3, 1757. They had three offspring: Conrad, born June 2,
1757; Eliza Barbara, born Oct 11, 1758; and Maria Catharina, born February 6, 1760 and
Died March 16, 1762. Johannes Schumpter also died Dec. 28, 1761 and Elisabeth
Christina married John Adam Sandt on Nov 23, 1762. They had at least two children:
Catharine Elisabeth, born Nov 18, 1763; and Wilhelm Adam born Jan 30, 1765 but died
March 16, 1766. Elisabeth and John Sandt and their children came to Philadelphia via the
Ship "Chance" in September 1766 and settled in Northampton County. They are listed as
Communicants at the Williams Township Church, just south of Easton, on April 19, 1767.
Seipp was also spelled Seip, Seib, and Sipe. In "Thirty Thousand Names of Immigrants
From 1727-1776 by Rupp (1965) published by Genealogical Reference Company,
Baltimore the following Seip's were found:
(1.) Philip Seip arrived in Philadelphia, October 4, 1752, on the ship Neptune, Captain
John Mason from Rotterdam and last Cowes.
(2.) George Conrad, Johan Seib and Johan Wilhelm Seip arrived in Philadelphia via the
Chance on Sept 23, 1766, Master Charles Smith, from Rotterdam and last Cowes. 200
Passengers in all.
Children of Johann Seipp and Anna Hoffmann are:
4. i. JOHANN JACOB4 SEIP, b. June 01, 1744, Gammelsbach, Germany; d. March 24, 1831, Schoenersville,Hanover Twp.Pa.
ii. ANNA ELIZABETHA SEIP, b. March 18, 1727/28, Gammelsbach, Germany.
iii. ELISABETH CHRISTINA SEIP, b. October 10, 1729, Gammelsbach,Germany; d. 1754, probably in Pa. or enrout; m. JOHN GEORG HOLTZSCHU OR HOLTZSCHUH.
iv. JOHANN GEORG SEIP, b. April 24, 1731.
v. ANNA MARIA SEIP, b. March 05, 1732/33, Gammelsbach,Germany; d. October 01, 1809, Northamptom Co.PA..
5. vi. JOHANN PETER SEIP, b. June 08, 1735, Hessen.Starkenbug,Gammelabach; d. February 19, 1809, Easton, PA.
vii. ROSINA SEIP, b. September 07, 1739, Michel Odenwald Hesse,Darmstadtm,Germany; d. September 07, 1824, Shimervill, near Allentown.PA; m. JOHANN JACOB SHIMER,EDWARD SHIMER, 1765.
viii. JOHANN JACOB SEIP, b. August 08, 1742, Gammelsbach,Germany.
ix. ANNA CATHARINE SEIP, b. March 27, 1747.
x. ANNA MARGARETHA SEIP, b. May 16, 1749.
xi. MELCHOIR SEIP, b. 1779; d. 1797, macungie tep,Northampton Co.now Lehigh Co.Pa.
Generation No. 4
4. JOHANN JACOB4 SEIP was born June 01, 1744 in Gammelsbach, Germany, and died March 24, 1831 in Schoenersville,Hanover Twp.Pa. He married UNA ROSINA MERTZ (MARZ), daughter of Hans Marz.
Children of Johann Seip and Una (Marz) are:
i. ANNA MARIA5 SEIP, b. October 26, 1766; d. December 10, 1789, Hanover Tsp, Pa.; m. J.NICHOLAS GLOECKNER, April 17, 1786, Schoenersville,Hanover Twp.Pa.
ii. JOHN JACOB SEIP, b. 1769.
iii. JOHN PETER SEIP, b. October 15, 1771.
iv. JOHN DAVID SEIP, b. March 11, 1773; d. October 12, 1849.
v. CATHARINE SEIP, b. December 27, 1774; d. March 12, 1839; m. JOHAN SIKMAN, 1817.
vi. JOHAN PETER SEIP, b. September 10, 1777.
vii. MICHAEL SEIP, b. January 30, 1779; d. October 05, 1860.
viii. BARBARA SEIP, b. September 28, 1779.
ix. JOHN ADAM SEIP, b. December 20, 1780; d. September 19, 1844; m. MARIA MILLER.
x. CHRISTINA SEIP, b. November 01, 1782.
xi. MARGARETTA SEIP, b. September 02, 1786; d. January 06, 1805.
xii. CHRISTIAN SEIP, b. August 28, 1789; d. December 29, 1872; m. CATHARINE RINKER, July 06, 1814.
6. xiii. JOHANNES SEIP, b. January 16, 1786, Hanover Tsp, Pa.; d. August 22, 1847, Allentown, Lehigh Pa.Buried,Union WestEnd Cem..
5. JOHANN PETER4 SEIP was born June 08, 1735 in Hessen.Starkenbug,Gammelabach, and died February 19, 1809 in Easton, PA. He married ANNA MARIA ERB April 11, 1758 in Uper Hanover tsp. Montgomery Co., daughter of Lorentz Erb and Anna Margaretta.
JOHANN PETER SEIP:
The majority of the early German settlers were farmers from the Palatinate region of
Germany. Their ancestors were a group of Germanic tribes called the Rheinfranken, with
an admixture of Alemanni. The great rivers of Europe such as the Rhine and the Danube,
traversed their lands. They were considered excellent, hard-working, farmers with a
Reputation for keen wit, an indomitable spirit, and with a high degree of intelligence. At
That time, Germany was divided up into loosely related principalities, without a central
Government. But years of religious and civil wars beginning with the Reformation had
Resulted in famine, untold misery, and suffering for the Palatinate people. Untold blood
Was even spilt between the Lutherans and the Reformed faiths, which the Catholics used
To their advantage. By the time the peace treaty of 1697 at Rynswick between France and
Germany was signed, the Protestant Church had little left. The Catholic Church had seized
Most of the property. The Protestants were forced to bend the knee at the passing of the
Host and had few rights. Hence, when William Penn traveled to Germany and distributed
pamphlets inviting emigration to Pennsylvania where he promised religious and political
Freedom for all, he found many willing to risk the hazardous ocean crossing and join his
Although the Germans were early settlers in New York, Maryland, Virginia, North and
South Carolina, as well as Georgia, the majority came to Penn's Woods. So much so that
By the time of the Revolution there were estimated to be 100,000 German-speaking
Colonists in Pennsylvania alone. There were roughly three waves of German immigration
Into Pennsylvania. The first period from 1683 - 1710 began when the Concord landed in
Philadelphia, October 6, 1683, with a small number of Germans and Dutch Mennonites
Who came from Crefeld and Kriegsheim on board. This group under the leadership of
Francis Daniel Pastorius settled in what is now Germantown. From 1710 - 1727, the Swiss
Mennonites began to arrive. Also due to difficulties in owning land in New York, German
Settlers left New York via the Susquehanna River and started a community called
Tulpehocken, in Berks County. Unfortunately, few records were kept of the names of the
Early arrivals. This changed on October 14, 1727, when the Provincial Council adopted a
Resolution mandating that all masters of vessels importing Germans and other foreigners
Make a list of such persons. Furthermore, these immigrants would have to sign on oath of
Allegiance to the king of England, and of fidelity to the Proprietary of Pennsylvania.
Generally, the lists contain only the names of men from age sixteen and up because either
Most women were unable to write or were considered subservient. Men who could not
Write was permitted to sign an "X" next to their names. Since the German names were
Being translated to English, family names were often misinterpreted but based on the
Phonetic spelling can often be traced. Thus, the third period began in 1727 and ended with
The beginning of the Revolution in 1776.
These Germanic people with Swiss and Huguenots mixed in are the ancestors of the
"Pennsylvania Germans" or " Deutsch" Anglicized to "Dutch" who arrived in America
Before the Revolution or at least before 1800. Later German arrivals were more easily
Assimilated and are not counted as being from the same areas of Germany or with the same
General characteristics. The later arrivals did not contribute to the customs, art, and
Culture of Lancaster and the many other counties in Pennsylvania settled by the earlier
Immigrants. (The source for the above history is from "Early Life of the Pennsylvania
Germans written by A. Monroe Aurand, Jr. published by the Aurand Press, Lancaster, Pa.)
Therefore, in order to escape religious persecution for their Protestant beliefs, the Seip
Family left Gammelsbach, Germany, and sailed for the "New World." Peter arrived in
Philadelphia on the ship "Brothers" in September 22, 1752. He was 17 years old. He
Signed his "X" mark to the Oath of Abjuration on Sept 22., along with Johann George
Holtzschuh (list 179C). The ship had sailed from Rotterdam, Holland, and then England.
The captain was William Muir. His family name has been recorded as Seib and Sipe on
Records taken from the original master's list. Peter's father, Johann Jacob, died in Germany
Shortly before their departure, and his mother, Anna Elisabetha, sickened during the
Voyage and died at sea. He was accompanied by his older sister, Elisabetha Christiana and
Her husband, Johann Georg Holtzschu or Holtzschuh, as well as their younger brother,
Jacob, and Sister Rosina. We have no further information on the other siblings: Ann
Elisabetha or Johann Georg or Anna Maria. They were probably meeting other family
Members already in Pa. (see Johann Jacob's notes) but we have yet to make a definite
With land purchased from Henry Hagland, the original settler, Peter Seip built the tavern
Known today as "Seipsville Hotel" in 1760. This hotel is referred to in the "Manuscript
History of Northampton Co." by Matthew S. Henry. Thanks to the efforts of Palmer
Historical Society, the hotel was placed on the state and national registers of historical
Sites in April 1976. There was a free running spring in the cellar. Beneath the eaves on the
North side of the building etched in stone was "Peter Seip, 1760" but for reasons
Unknown, this has been removed. Many important meetings were held there, including the
Separation of Palmer Township from Forks in 1857. It is still in use today as a restaurant.
Peter Seip was a member of the local militia formed to fight off Indians. The militia was
Headed by Capt. John Arndt. (Johan Bernhardt Arndt, Jacob and David Arndt both under
The age of 16, arrived in Phila. Sept 11, 1731 via the "Pa Merchant", Joseph Stedman,
Master, from Rotterdam, last from Dover.) During the Revolutionary War, from June 6,
1780 to May 22, 1782, Peter was a private, First Class, 2nd Battalion Militia, under Capt
Jacob Buss. In the first census of the U.S. from 1790, he was listed as the head of the
Household. On March 1, 1780, when slavery was abolished in Pa, he owned one slave.
The executors of Peter's will (#2592,dated 1809) were his son Jacob and son-in-law
Nathaniel. It was witnessed by Philip Odenwelder. A codicil wills "his son John, messuage,
Land and tenement in Forks, adjacent Jacob Seip-- part of land late of Frederick Wagner &
Nicholas Kreamer, Thomas Hartman, & John Rohn, 132 acres 12 perches. It being part of
The land which Casper Erb and wife Mary by Indenture Sept 19, 1763. Also 18 acres of
Proprietors of Manor of farmer called the Dry Lands. To his son Jacob, message,
Tenement & tavern where I (Peter) now live and tract they're to belonging in Forks, adjacent
Christian Butz, Michael Walters, Peter Shnyder, and Frederick Wagner, 74 acres. A tract
In Plainfield adjoining John Arndt, 140 acres to John and Jacob."
Peter and Anna Maria are buried in Easton Cemetery, Section C, which is straight though
The main gate, on the right hand-side of the drive, next to a tall dead tree. They're combined
Tombstone is flat on the ground, and is written in German but is still legible. Next to there
Graves, is a raised oblong monument belonging to Sitgreaves and Michler. Elizabeth
Michler was Peter and Anna Maria's granddaughter as her father was Jacob Seip. Behind
Their graves in an enclosed iron fence, is a tall, impressive, monument, a tribute to the
"Ihrie" family. Peter and Anna Maria's daughter married Conrad Ihrie, Jr
Children of Johann Seip and Anna Erb are:
i. MARY MARGARET5 SEIP, m. JOHN DORNBLASER.
ii. CHRISTINA SEIP, b. 1759; d. December 04, 1832.
iii. JOHN SEIP, b. November 05, 1760; d. January 28, 1815.
iv. ANNA ROSINA SEIP, b. February 08, 1767, Horthampton CO.Pa; d. March 08, 1825, Reading, Berks Co.Pa.
v. JACOB SEIP, b. December 11, 1771, Palmer tsp near Easton.Pa; d. July 11, 1850, Palmer Tsp. near Easton.Pa.
vi. ELIZABETH SEIP, b. July 13, 1774; d. August 05, 1853, Easton, Northampton CO, Pa.
Generation No. 5
6. JOHANNES5 SEIP (JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born January 16, 1786 in Hanover Tsp, Pa., and died August 22, 1847 in Allentown, Lehigh Pa.Buried,Union WestEnd Cem.. He married (1) RACHEL SAVITZ. He married (2) RACHAEL SAVITZ.
Children of Johannes Seip and Rachel Savitz are:
7. i. THOMAS LOUIS6 SEIP, b. November 29, 1824, Reading Berks, Pa.; d. April 26, 1892, Atchison Atchison, Kns..
ii. JOHANN PETER SEIP, b. 1815, Pa.; d. December 04, 1854.
iii. JOSEPH SEIP, b. 1817.
iv. HENRIETTA SEIP, b. 1820.
v. LOUISA SEIP, b. 1828.
Generation No. 6
7. THOMAS LOUIS6 SEIP (JOHANNES5, JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born November 29, 1824 in Reading Berks, Pa., and died April 26, 1892 in Atchison Atchison, Kns.. He married KETURAH OLIVER NORTON March 26, 1846 in Reading Berks, Pa., daughter of James Norton and Harriet Bruchman.
Children of Thomas Seip and Keturah Norton are:
i. JOHN THOMAS7 SEIP, b. January 27, 1860.
ii. CLARA ANN SEIP, b. November 25, 1862.
iii. WILLIAM NORTON SEIP, b. April 10, 1864.
8. iv. JAMES NORTON SEIP, b. December 04, 1847, Reading Berks, Pa.; d. October 29, 1928, Canon City, Colo..
v. CHARLES NORTON SEIP, b. October 22, 1849.
vi. MATIN LUDTHER SEIP, b. April 1852.
vii. ANNETTE L SEIP, b. February 13, 1857.
viii. KETURAH LOUISE SEIP, b. November 25, 1858.
ix. HARRIET N. SEIP, b. June 01, 1855.
x. SILAS NORTON SEIP, b. December 03, 1853.
Generation No. 7
8. JAMES NORTON7 SEIP (THOMAS LOUIS6, JOHANNES5, JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born December 04, 1847 in Reading Berks, Pa., and died October 29, 1928 in Canon City, Colo.. He married JENNIE SCOTT October 08, 1877 in Kansas City Jackson, Mo., daughter of Charles Scott and Elisabeth Allison.
James Norton was a kind, gentleman, was one of the few bull Whackers living. When he was only 15, He was driving the lead wagon of seven yoke of oxen on a 100, Wagon train. Celebrating his 73 rd. Birthday ,Sat.
Was as proud of it as a boy with his first pair of boots. He is one of the pioneers of the west, having come to he Rocky Mountain region more then 60, years ago. And has lived here, according to his own statement, off and on ever since. As a boy spent his early manhood in the wild and woolly west. He inlisted in the army at 17, years old and served on the frontier in compay M, of the second Cavalry during the Civil War, acting much of the time as a escort for the United States Mail between Fort Dodge Kansas and Fort Lyon Colo. Was in Denver in 1859 when the town concited of a few log cabins and its people had no dream of future greatnes, He lived in Florence 20, years and has been a resident of Canyon City, Colo. since 1914, is member of the Greenwood post no. 10, G,A,R He had a stroke while lighting his pipe, While standing up
Children of James Seip and Jennie Scott are:
9. i. ROY THOMAS8 SEIP, b. October 26, 1887, Kansas City, Mo; d. July 18, 1930, Centralia, Washington.
ii. WILLIAM NORTON SEIP, b. January 26, 1879.
iii. GETORIAH ELISABETH SEIP, b. July 31, 1883.
iv. HARRY OWEN SEIP, b. August 22, 1883.
10. v. ALBERT NORTON SEIP, b. January 28, 1888, Atchison,Atchison,Kansas.; d. January 30, 1915, Pallas,Routt, Colorado.
vi. RALPH BENJAMIN SEIP, b. April 12, 1900.
vii. VIOLET SEIP, b. April 12, 1900.
Generation No. 8
9. ROY THOMAS8 SEIP (JAMES NORTON7, THOMAS LOUIS6, JOHANNES5, JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born October 26, 1887 in Kansas City, Mo, and died July 18, 1930 in Centralia, Washington. He married ANNA LAURA HADLEY December 12, 1917 in Canon City, Colo., daughter of George Hadley and Lola Goodpasture.
Children of Roy Seip and Anna Hadley are:
11. i. ROY EDWARD9 SEIP, b. 1923, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
12. ii. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH SEIP, b, 1918, Canon City, Colo..
10. ALBERT NORTON8 SEIP (JAMES NORTON7, THOMAS LOUIS6, JOHANNES5, JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born January 28, 1888 in Atchison,Atchison,Kansas., and died January 30, 1915 in Pallas,Routt, Colorado.
Child of Albert Seip is:
13. i. ALBERT ROY9 SEIP, b. October 13, 1910, Florence,Fremont,Colorado; d. September 27, 1965, Denver, Colorado.
Generation No. 9
11. ROY EDWARD9 SEIP (ROY THOMAS8, JAMES NORTON7, THOMAS LOUIS6, JOHANNES5, JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born 1923 in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He married MARY LUCIELLE PUTMAN JONES July 11, 1945 in Provo, Utah, daughter of Rollo Putman and Lucy Hopper.
The Seip Coat of Arms is a Gules, Perched on a log sable (Black) in fess, A dove argent (Silver: represents Humility and Innocence)
The surname probably deveioped in Europe during 12 th, and 13,th centuries
By the 14,th. Century your surname had become recognized as a means of identification.
Was in the Civilian Conservation Corps, From 15, January 1941 to 28, June 1941
Was in the Army from 26, May 1943 to 31, October 1945 . Co. C 796 Enger Forestry Bn.
Asiatic Pacific Campain Ribbon with one Bronze Star , Good Conduct Medal
American theater Ribbon Received the Purple Heart on the 03,November 1944 at San Pedro Bay off the coast of Leyte, Phillipine Islands.
On a Liberty Ship, " Matthew P. Deady "
The name was changed to Black Boot Battalion 1613 Engr. Forestry Co.
Children of Roy Seip and Mary Jones are:
14. i. ROY EDWARD JR.10 SEIP, b., 1946, Springville , Utah.
15. ii. CONSTANCE ROSELLA SEIP, b. 1947, Spanish Fork, Utah.
16. iii. FRANK THOMAS SEIP, b. 1950, Price, Utah.
iv. KATHERINE CAMILLE SEIP, b. 1954, Spanish Fork, Utah.
17. v. LARRY MARTIN SEIP, b. 1956, Spanish Fork, Utah.
vi. MICHEAL PAUL SEIP, b. June 23, 1959, Spanish Fork, Utah; d. January 11, 1960, Springville , Utah.
12. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH9 SEIP was born 1918 in Canon City, Colo.. She married KIMBALL JAY BARNEY September 09, 1939 in Prove, Utah.
Children of Gertrude Seip and Kimball Barney are:
i. GERALDINE10 BARNEY, b., 1935.
ii. RONALD BARNEY, b., 1936.
iii. PAULINE BARNEY, b. 1939.
iv. ROGER BARNEY, b. 1940.
v. RODNEY EARL BARNEY, b 1944.
vi. PAULA ANN BARNEY, b. 1950.
vii. JAY KELVIN BARNEY, b., 1956.
13. ALBERT ROY9 SEIP (ALBERT NORTON8, JAMES NORTON7, THOMAS LOUIS6, JOHANNES5, JOHANN JACOB4, JOHANN JACOB3 SEIPP, GEORG KILLIAN2, HANS1) was born October 13, 1910 in Florence,Fremont,Colorado, and died September 27, 1965 in Denver, Colorado. He married VIVIAN LUCILLE MARSHALL May 29, 1937 in Litteton, Arapahoe,Colorado.
Child of Albert Seip and Vivian Marshall is:
18. i. ALAN RICHARD10 SEIP, b. , 1948, Baullder, Colo.
Generation No. 10
14. ROY EDWARD JR.10 SEIP was born, 1946 in Springville , Utah. He married LINDA JEAN
Children of Roy Seip and Linda are:
i. ERIC R.11 SEIP, b. April 04,
ii. ERIN SEIP, b. December 03,
15. CONSTANCE ROSELLA10 SEIP was born, 1947 in Spanish Fork, Utah. She married FERMIN QUESADA.
Children of Constance Seip and Fermin Quesada are:
i. JOHN E.11 QUESADA, b., 1972, Pico Rivera, California; m. CONSUELO CONNIE GUERRA, November 27, 1997, Austin, Texas.
ii. ANDEW QUESADA, b. 1974.
iii. SARAH BETH QUESADA, b. 1981.
16. FRANK THOMAS10 SEIP was born 1950 in Price, Utah. He married (1) JULENE WILSON. He married (2) CAROL ANN BROUGH.
Children of Frank Seip and Julene Wilson are:
i. AFTON11 SEIP, b. 1982.
ii. SUNNY L. SEIP, b. 1985.
Child of Frank Seip and Carol Brough is:
iii. DEDRA BETH11 SEIP, b. 1975.
17. LARRY MARTIN10 SEIP was born 1956 in Spanish Fork, Utah. He married BARBARA A SHINKLE August 01, 1997 in Laramie, Wyoming, daughter of Leslie Shinkle and Sandra Harris.
Child of Larry Seip and Barbara Shinkle is:
i. LESLIE K11 ROBERTSON, b. 1979.
18. ALAN RICHARD10 SEIP was born 1948 in Baullder, Colo. He married CATHLEEN PARKER January 25, 1975 in San Jose Calif.
Children of Alan Seip and Cathleen Parker are:
i. RYAN PARKER11 SEIP, b. 1975.
ii. KELLY SEIP, b.1977.
iii. MINDY SEIP, b, 1979.
iv. BRITTANY SEIP, b. , 1982.