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Lot 41 - Robert Aston - RIPPET

The following was extracted from Where The Trails Cross - Volume 26:1 Fall of 1995
By Brad L. Bettenhausen

 Lot  Original Plat Map Notations  Name and/or Marker Information  Other Comments
41   R. {Robert} Aston

Rippert {entered in pencil}
 RIPPET

Robert Aston


Large gray granite family stone pushed over

Stone read by Bremen HS

Mention in "Pioneers In Peaceful Rest" Rippet mentioned as a family name found in the cemetery. "Had a farm in the neighborhood, but the name has since died out"

Mention in "Pioneers In Peaceful Rest" Robert Anton; died 1861

{Per Ferdinamd Schapper's 1917 manuscript, daughter Mary Eliza Aston married John Rippet, page 388}









The following was extracted from the History Of Early Chicago Modern Chicago And Its Settlement Early Chicago, And The Northwest By Albert D. Hager

History Of Early Chicago Modern Chicago And Its Settlement Early Chicago, And The Northwest By Albert D. Hager

Page: 882

Mr. Cague Jr. was also the first Postmaster in the town of Bremen in 1847, before the office was removed to the village, where it is now located. The father of Frederick Kammeck, who is now the village butcher, came in 1852; John Fulton, Robert Aston, the first Town Clerk, Patrick Hopkins, and Dr. Ballard,the first merchant in the village, were also among the early settlers.

Page: 883

Clerks.--Robert Aston, 1851 to 1861




The following was extracted from www.findagrave.com

Information submitted by Brandi Dudlicek.

Mary Rippet






The following was extracted from www.findagrave.com

Information submitted by Brandi Dudlicek.

Mary E. Aston Rippet







The following was extracted from www.findagrave.com

Information submitted by Brandi Dudlicek.




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