in Muskingum County Ohio. Died 1922. Buried in Asbury Methodist Chapel
He married Sarah Dollings, daughter of William H Dollings & Eliza
Martin. Born 1849 in
Muskingum County Ohio.
Wonderful new web pages
full of old Shiplett Pictures.
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Charles and Sarah had these children
i. Eliza Shiplett; She married Eversole.
ii. Ella Shiplett; She married Carl Woodward.
iii. Joseph S (Tuck) Shiplett; his obit
iv. Bertie Shiplett; She married Frank Yearly.
v. Charles Shiplett married Nettie Rambo - They had
B Shiplett Birth: 1 Jul 1900 Place: Ohio
Death: 25 Mar 1988 Place: Ohio
Spouse: Lucille Strickland
2. Anna Shiplett Spouse: Jack Caughey
Tucker Shiplett Dies after Two Weeks of Great
A few days ago, the ADVOCATE published an account of
Mr. Joseph S. Shiplett or "Tuck" Shiplett, as he was
familiarly called by his friends, accidentally shooting himself while
It was first hoped that the unfortunate young man might recover, but,
from the following which we clip from the Zanesville SIGNAL of Friday,
it appeared the sad accident had a fatal ending.
Mr. Shiplett lived just over the Licking county line and he has many
relatives and friends
in this county who will be deeply pained to hear of his death: died 13
ADVOCATE published: Newark, OH
From: Licking Co. Genealogical Society
Charles E Shiplett
Charles Edward Shiplett, 60, well-known resident of White
Cottage died at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the family home. He
suffered the amputation of his right hand from injuries sustained in an
accident at the Kearns-Gorsuch Glass Bottle company plant here several
months ago and in November,
had an operation in a Columbus hospital. His decline has been rapid in
the past few weeks. He was a member of the White
Cottage M. E. church and is survived by the wife and a daughter, Mrs.
Anna Caughey, at home; one son, Arthur Shiplett, of White Cottage;
three sisters, Mrs. Lena Eversole, of Mt. Perry; Mrs. Carl Woodward, of
White Cottage, and Mrs. Frank Yearly of Zanesville. The body was removed
to the Thompson undertaking parlors at White Cottage.
THE TIMES RECORDER Pub. Zanesville, OH Jan 16, 1929
1. Arthur B Shiplett. Born 1 Jul
1900 in Ohio. Died 25 Mar 1988 in Ohio.
He married Lucille Strickland. Born 3 May 1904. Died 26 Jul 1987 in
They had the following children:
i. James A Shiplett
ii. Female Living
87, formerly of
1512 Venus Place, died at 8 p.m. Friday, March 25, 1988, at Sunny View
Nursing Home following a long illness. Mr. Shiplett retired from
Brockway Glass Co.
He was a member of Market Street Baptist Church and Masonic Shrine
Blue Lodge - Chapter and Council.
Mr. Shiplett was a former plant superintendent for Hazel Atlas No. 1
and a Safety Director for the city of Zanesville serving under Mayor
He was a past president of Zanesville Bowling Association and a
coordinator for the Senior Citizens club.
Mr. Shiplett was born July 1, 1900 at White Cottage, a son of Charles
E and Netta Rambo Shiplett.
His wife Lucille Strickland Shiplett, died July 26, 1987.
Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, James A. and Lois A. Shiplett
of Zanesville; four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
sister, Mrs. Anna Caughey is deceased.
Friends may call 2:30 to 4:30 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday March 28 at
Hillis Funeral Home.
(Buried: Fultonham cemetery)
The Times Recorder, Monday, March 7, 1938
Lucille L. Shiplett,
83, of Cedar Hill Apartments, formerly of 1512 Venus Place, died at
Bethesda Hospital following a brief illness.
Mrs. Shiplett was a
member of the Market Street Baptist Church, and a former president
of the W.I.B.C.
She was a member of the Junior Bethesda League, the
Eastern Star, and White Shrine.
She was born May 3, 1904 in Falling Rock W. Va., and was raised by
Virginia Rice Bullington and step-father Oscar Bullington.
father, Frank Strickland died when she was very young.
Mrs. Shiplett is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, James A.
and Lois Shiplett of Zanesville; four grandchildren; and eight great
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Hillis Funeral
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 29, at the
funeral home with the Rev. Scott Johnston officiating.
Burial will be in Fultonham Cemetery.
James A. Shiplett
74, of Zanesville, died
at 5:37 p.m. Friday, June 14, 2002, at Genesis Bethesda Hospital
emergency room after an apparent heart attack.
Born Nov. 5, 1927, in
Zanesville, he was a graduate of Lash High School and attended Rio
Grande College and Meredith Business College.
He was a veteran of
U.S. Navy and retired from Anchor Hocking after 35 years.
He was a
member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church, where he served as usher
and eucharistic minister and was president of the Senior Services
He was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Lucille
Monday, June 17, 2002
James left behind 4