John and Mary Orson Rippey owned a farm in York County, where he was captain of his militia company during the Revolution. But they migrated north about 1800, to better farming soil around the Finger Lakes in New York.
John and Mary Orson Rippey owned a farm in York County, where he was captain of his militia company during the Revolution. But they migrated north about 1800, to better farming soil around the Finger Lakes in New York. Photo provided
John and Mary Orson Rippey owned a farm in York County, where he was captain of his militia company during the Revolution. But they migrated north about 1800, to better farming soil around the Finger Lakes in New York. Photo provided

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