Leon L Lippman


Personal and Family Information

Leon was born on 9 Feb 1843 in France, the son of unknown parents.

He died on 10 Mar 1911 in Woodruff County, Arkansas.

His wife was Maggie O Brien, who he married in 1903 in Woodruff County, Arkansas. They had no known children.


Birth9 FEB 1843
Place: France
Death10 MAR 1911
Place: Woodruff County, Arkansas
Census7 JUN 1880
Place: Liberty, Cowley, Kansas
Age: 35 born France
Address: dwelling 93 family 101 LippmanL 35, Elizabeth 35, Frank 16, Edward 10, Elzy 10, Stella 8, Ethel 6, Allen 2 Teletha Jones 62 mother in law, widow born Tenn
Census2 JUN 1900
Place: Jackson County, Arkansas
Age: 57 born France
Address: Glazie Township, dwelling 31 family 32 LL Lippman 57, with 2nd wife wife Elizabeth 56, her 2nd marriage daughter Estella age 28 born Kansas four other Lippmans very near.
Census23 MAY 1910
Place: Woodruff County, Arkansas
Age: 67
Address: dwelling 139 family 140 Lippman, Leon age 65 born France, Maggie 34, step son Alexander, Frank 45, step daughters Johnson Sallie 16, Lillie 13 Winnie 8
BurialMAR 1911
Place: Woodruff County, Arkansas
Address: Augusta Memorial Cemetery beside first? wife Elizabeth C Alexander 1843-1906


Occupation16 MAR 1887Appointed U.S. Oostmaster Olyphant, Jackson county, Arkansas
Place: Olyphant, Jackson County, Arkansas


Note 1

Maggie first married George Johnson, who apparently died about 1902

her second marriage about 1903 to Judge Leon Lippman -born France per 1910 census

Judge L Lippman in Augusta Cemetery b Feb 9 1843, d Mar 10, 1911

with his first wife Elizabeth C, wife of L.l. b Nov 22,1843, died Jan 1, 1906

possible marriage, Coles County, Illinois Aug 30, 1869, Leon Lippman and Mrs. Betty Alexander

Note 2

Eliza C. Lippmann Find A Grave Memorial# 92133244

Birth:  unknown

Death:  Jan. 6, 1910 Shelby County Tennessee, USA

The sad news of the death of Eliza C. Lippmann reported here Thursday morning was confirmed by wire late in the afternoon. He had undergone another serious operation at a hospital in Memphis and teh end came Thursday morning.

Arrangements were at once made for the remains to be taken to Augusta and to be buried at 11 o'clock Friday morning. The deceased is survived by his father, Judge L. Lippmann of Tupelo, a brother, Allie B., postmaster at Augusta, and sister, Mrs. Stella Lewis of Colorado Springs.

He was in the prime of young manhood, an affable, energetic and ambitious young business man, who was esteemed by all who knew him well as a citizen of high character and honorable bearing.

To the relatives surviving, who feel keenly the sorrow, is extended the sympathy of many friends here.

Newport Weekly Independent Jan. 7, 1910 


Burial: Augusta Memorial Park . Augusta Woodruff County Arkansas, USA