NameEdwin J. TIPPETT
BirthJul 1852, New York
FatherWilliam TIPPETT (ca1827-1894)
MotherSarah E EDMONDS (ca1830-1890)
Misc. Notes

In 1879-80, he worked as a teacher at the Franklin School and boarding at 129 Bridge in East Toledo. Eugene W worked as a clerk at Parkhurst Bros and boarded at 112 Adams.529

In 1881-82, he worked as an advertising agent for the Toledo Blade and lived on the north side of 4th 2nd, east of Elm in East Toledo.545

In 1882-83, he worked as an advertising agent for the Toledo Blade and lived at 19 Putnam.546

In 1883-84, he worked with Daniel Pruden at E J Tippett & Co (advertising agents) at 178 Summit, and lived at 19 Putnam.547

In 1884-85, he worked at C P Wagar and Co and lived at 19 Putnam.548

From 1885 to 1887, he worked at Wagar and Tippett with Charles P Wagar (advertising solicitors) at 23 Produce Exchange, and lived at 841 Erie. They published Wagar’s Official Railway Guide.549,550

In 1887-88, worked at Packard & Tippett and resides at 24 Columbia, and the following year lived at 336 Columbia.551,552 In 1889 and from 1891-93, lived at 216 Prescott with an occupation of journalist.553,539,554,555 Frank S. Tippett lived at 2059 Union in 1891 and worked as a conductor for the Toledo Electric St Railway Co.539

In 1886, purchased the Journal with Condict C. Packard and published as a Sunday and weekly until 1892, when Packard and Robert J. Hicks formed the Journal Company and changed it to the Sunday Journal. In 1900, it merged with the Sunday Morning Courier to become the Sunday Courier-Journal.556,557 The business was located at 224 St. Clair.558 It was later located at 140 and 142 St. Clair in 1889-1892.559,560,554

In 1893, as Ed. J., he returned from England aboard the Paris, sailing from Southampton. He was 40, a publisher, and living in Ohio.561

Working at the Sunday Courier in Toledo, Ohio in 1894 when his father died. In the city directory, listed as an editor (Reed & Tippett) of the Sunday Courier, and living at 224 19th.562

From 1895 to 1898, listed in the directory (Reed & Tippett) as a proprietor of the Sunday Morning Courier at 320 Jackson, living first at 216 Prescott. Had moved to 133 W. Bancroft by 1898.563,564,565,566Named as “one of the proprietors” of the Sunday Journal in an Auburn notice in 1896.

In 1898, he was the owner and business manager of the Sunday Morning Courier and lived at 133 W. Bancroft.567 The Courier subscription was $1.50/year for delivery, $1.00/year by mail.568 In 1899, lived on Bancroft and was listed as Packard & Tippett and as a proprietor of Sunday Morning Courier at 320 Jackson.569

In 1900, lived in a rented house at 133 W. Bancroft in Toledo. He and Mary were both 47 and had been married 20 years, with two of three children surviving. Mary’s parents were born in Maine and New Jersey. Louise was 17, and Edwin Jr was 7. Edward and Mary were editors at a newspaper they owned.570

In 1910, as Edward, lived in a rented house at 2457 Fulton Street in Toledo with his wife and children, and an adopted daughter (his niece Ruth). Edwin and Mary were 57, married 30 years, and had two of three children survive. Louise A was 27, Edwin J was 17, and Ruth I was 12. Edwin worked as a linotype setter and Louise teaches in public school.571,572

In 1920, worked as a typesetter in Toledo and lived with his wife and daughter at 2112 Ma? Street. Edwin, 65, and Mary, 66, owned the house. His daughter Louisa, 34, was a teacher at a public school.573
BirthOct 1852, New Jersey
Death18 Jan 1924, Dubuque, Iowa Age: 71
ChildrenLouise (1882-)
 Edwin (1892-)
 Ruth Irene (Adopted) (1897-)
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