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Anne Josephine Whipple, 85, died at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, SD early Tuesday morning, October 17, 2017. She was an enrolled member of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe and is survived by 5 children who live in South Dakota and California. Anne was born on July 14, 1932 in Fort Thompson, SD.
Young Anne by Persephone favourite Dorothy Whipple is one of the publishing house’s new titles for Spring 2018. First published in 1927, Young Anne is Whipple’s debut novel, and the final book of hers which Persephone will be printing, bringing as they have done all of her wonderful novels back into print.
Anne J. Whipple Anne J. Whipple Wowaste' Win (She Does Good Things) July 14, 1932 - October 17, 2017 Anne J. Whipple, age 85, died Tuesday, October 17, 2017, with family at her side, at the
Anne J. Whipple Wowaste' Win "She Does Good Things" Anne Josephine Whipple, 85, died at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, SD early Tuesday morning, October 17, 2017. She was an enrolled member of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe and is survived by 5 children who live in South Dakota and California.
Anna Whipple was born about 1628 in Bocking, Essex, England, daughter of Matthew Whipple. She married first about 1647, John Annable of Ipswich, who came with Whittingham as his servant in 1638. John was a tailor and in 1647 he bought land in Ipswich of the executor of Mathew Whipple. He was apparently a freeman in 1648.
Historic Resource Inventory Lakes Region Planning Commission - Bristol, New Hampshire Whipple House. Created on May 10, 2011 at 7:30 pm by Sandra Heaney Last updated on May 15, 2011 at 12:38 pm by Clay Dingman.
The house grew in size, as did the generations of Whipples that lived there. Elder John's son, Captain John [ Note: This is not the same person as Captain John Whipple of Dorchester, Mass., and Providence, R.I.] made a large addition in 1670, which more than doubled the size of the house.
Today's Whipple House is one of but a few New England Queen Anne homes that retains its original structure from a century ago. It is the hope of the Whipple House's owners that the charm and hospitality of this era is reflected in your stay.