Our Family Heritage
Mary Louise (b. 1892), Blanche E. (b. 1894), Thomas O. (b. 1895) and Francis D. (b. 1898)
Another brother of Otto, William, Fanny, Georgia, Frank, and Rosa, Charles (b. December 6, 1874), who was an agent in the tobacco industry and lived in Los Angeles and was a bachelor.
Aunt Fannie Liipfert Sizemore (b. Juluy 28, 1861)-- married Henry L. Sizemore (November 27, 1879)(a merchant in Clarksville) and lived at Clarksville. Mother of
Edwin Sizemore (1880 - 1881)
Harvey Sizemore (1881 - 1906)
Frank Sizemore (b. 1883)
Mary E. (b.1890)
Henry Sizemore (?b. 1892)
Otto L, Sizemore (b. February 28, 1901)
Rosa Sizemore Fitzgerald (b.1894)
Mary L. Sizemore Williams (b.1890)
Lucinda Sizemore Edwards (b. 1896) and
Mattie (1896- 1901).
For a Family Tree from 1982, click here.
For a Family Tree from 2003, click here. This was done by Klaus Lüpfert in Berlin. There are some minor nits.
But what is clear, is that the common ancestor of the people born Liipferts in the United States all descend from a common ancestor, Franz Julius Lüpfert (1834-1895), who came to the US on the Johanna Elise, landing in New York on May 21, 1853, or his brother. Franz Julius had four sons and three daughters. The sons were William Joseph Liipfert (1860-1911), Frank Julius Liipfert ((1866-1927), Otto Liipfert (1870-1933), and Charles Liipfert (1874-1943).