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Piper Genealogy & History

Piper is an occupational name for someone who plays the bagpipes. It comes to us from the pre-seventh-century Old English word pipere, from pipe, joined with the German Pfeife, meaning whistle. The Picts in Scotland were the forerunners of the Piper family. The family seat was in Innerbundy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Piper family history tell us that Jordan Piper in 1185 was the first recording of the name in the Records of the Templars in England in the twelfth century. Noteworthy Piper genealogy members are ice hockey player Cherie Piper, painter and musician Sebastian Piper, and Piper Aircraft founder William T. Piper.

Piper Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Piper-- --, 1962September ,1980IN
B Lavona Piper-- --, 1912December 12,1993MO
Caesar Piper-- --, 1914May 31,1988LA
Daisy Piper-- --, 1906May 9,1994IL

Piper Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Piper-- --, 1901December ,1979Tribes Hill,NY
Fannie Piper-- --, 1892April ,1980Gallatin,TN
Gail Piper-- --, 1913November 29,1992Nevada,IA
H Ray Piper-- --, 1932August 1,2005Mankato,MN

Piper Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Brent PiperMelanie LanierDecember 21,1996Wake, NC
Christopher PiperLauren SigmonAugust 2,2008Wake, NC
Donald PiperNancy JonesSeptember 22,1979Wake, NC
Fred PiperJoyce CollinsNovember 4,1961Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Piper

1271st: McKinley1272nd: Holbrook
1273rd: Finn1274th: Quick
1275th: Inman1276th: Swan
1277th: Figueroa1278th: Sherwood
1279th: Pedersen1280th: Davison

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