de Crevecoeur > Broderick > Guild > Guinnip
Britain Guinnip was born in 1795 in Tompkins, New York. His first wife was Mary Malz (1789- ). Together, they had one son, John Guinnip (1810- ). In 1811, Britain married Lydia Ward in 1811 in New York. Lydia was born June 3, 1795 in Newark, Essex, New Jersey. Her parents were Timothy Waser Ward and Elizabeth H. Zeluff. In 1820, they lived in Dryden, Tompkins, New York.
- Mary Guinnip (1812-1834)
- Joseph G. Guinnip (1814-1901)
- William Guinnip (1817-1879)
- David Guinnip (1820- )
- Nelson Guinnip (1823- )
- Emaline Guinnip (1826-1856)
- Lyman Guinnip (1828-1909)
- Charles Guinnip (1831-1878)
- Britain Guinnip (1832-1864)
- Andrew Jackson Guinnip (1838- )
Britain died May 2, 1841 in Marshall Twp., Clark Co., Illinois. Lydia died May 19, 1855 in Clark, Illinois.
|Britain Guinnip was born about 1832 in New York. In the 1850 Illinois census records, he is listed in York, Clark County. In 1853, Britain married Sarah Godfrey. Sarah was born July 1, 1831 in New York. Their children were:|
- Janette Guinnip, (1855- )
- Charles C. Guinnip 1856-1935)
- Nelson B. Guinnip (1858- )
- Jesse Godfrey Guinnip (1860-1936)
- Robert Guinnip (1865- )
Britain died about 1864 in Ingram, Michigan.
Charles C. Guinnop was born November 1856 in Michigan. He appears in the 1860 Michigan census in Kinneyville, Ingham, Michigan. On his daughter’s marriage certificate, Grace listed her mother’s name as Caroline Guinnop. However, her name was Caroline Rench. In the 1900 census, a Charles Guinnop is listed as boarder and divorced in Eaton Rapids, Michigan. In the 1910 Michigan census, Charles was listed as married for 8 years to Maggie, age 49. Charles died January 20, 1935 in Eaton County, Michigan. His occupation was listed as carpenter.
Grace Harriet Guinnop was born October 12, 1883 in Mason, Le Roy, Michigan to Charles L. Guinnop and Caroline Rench. Grace married Elmore Harris Broderick on March 18, 1904 in Jackson, Calhoun County, Michigan. Their only child, Natalle Francis Broderick was born December 25, 1909. The family moved around a lot, crossing the United States twice. Grace died October 4, 1960 and Elmore passed away December 27, 1960. They are buried at Eternal Hills Cemetery, Oceanside, California.
 Fourth Census of the United States, 1820. (NARA microfilm publication M33, 142 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.  · Ontario, Canada. Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928. MS932, Reels 1-833, 850-880. Archives of Ontario, Toronto.