ADAM REIP HOMESTEAD ON LOWER NICUT - The Prolific Reip Family

(09/09/2017)

The Reip family settled at the mouth of Lower Nicut in 1849

Adam and Edith Chenoweth Reip settled on a large homestead at the mouth of Lower Nicut which intersects with the Euclid-Nicut Road.

Reip, a northern sympathizer, tried to keep a low profile in a district that mostly supported the south.

He and his wife had nine children.

The Reips were among the county's outstanding farmers and business people, several of them university graduates when access to college was very difficult. (2011)

(The Lower Nicut Reip house has now been removed)

Early settlers Adam and Edith Chenoweth Reip

Reip Sisters - Daughters of Alonzo Reip
Left to right: Roxie Reip Farrar, Cora
Reip Keen, Dora Reip Bell, Grace Reip
(Photo Courtesy of Frank Marshall)

EUCLID POST OFFICE WAS IN CLOSET - Operated By The Reip Family

SHADE AND FLOWERS ON NICUT - The Reip House


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