Simpson Family History & Genealogy

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Simpson Last Name History & Origin

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Updated Jun 01, 2020

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Early Simpsons

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1619 - Jul 2, 1649
1665 - May 14, 1709
1739 - 1829
1740 - 1798
1741 - Sep 1, 1786
1748 - 1820
1750 - Sep 5, 1831
1752 - 1795
1760 - 1849

Simpson Family Tree

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Sample of 20 Simpson Biographies

May 20, 1882 - Unknown
Jan 17, 1909 - December 1973
Oct 13, 1978 - May 21, 1998
Apr 25, 1930 - Jan 23, 2009
Sep 11, 1912 - May 31, 2001
Sep 28, 1902 - October 1983
Mar 26, 1893 - September 1972
Feb 27, 1904 - June 1971
May 23, 1889 - Sep 15, 1970
May 31, 1919 - March 1977
Mar 5, 1896 - June 1973
Apr 18, 1931 - Jun 1, 2002
Dec 11, 1962 - September 1988
Jun 6, 1905 - August 1984
c. 1948 - Unknown
c. 1973 - Unknown
Jul 8, 1919 - Sep 5, 1976
1904 - 1923
Unknown - Unknown
c. 1921 - Unknown

Simpson Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Simpson family member is 69.2 years old according to our database of 66,986 people with the last name Simpson that have a birth and death date listed.

Life Expectancy

69.2 years

Oldest Simpsons

These are the longest-lived members of the Simpson family on AncientFaces.

Apr 16, 1862 - December 1977
115 years
Jan 12, 1895 - Nov 15, 2004
109 years
Mar 27, 1883 - Jan 19, 1993
109 years
Apr 19, 1898 - Sep 21, 2005
107 years
Jul 22, 1905 - Aug 1, 2011
106 years
Apr 3, 1882 - May 23, 1988
106 years
Jul 25, 1879 - February 1986
106 years
Dec 10, 1882 - Jan 23, 1989
106 years
Nov 18, 1812 - August 1918
105 years
Oct 8, 1899 - Jun 8, 2005
105 years

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Louise Acheson
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My grandfather was Samuel Daniel Simpson. Called Dan. He was born in 24 July 1878-1880 supposedly in Washington. Dan was a logger. He loved to play the fiddle and many other intruments. He danced the Irish jig and loved to tell stories. When he worked away from home playing his music (taverns and dances)he went under the alias of Samuel D.Williams. As a logger he was Dan or Sam Simpson. He was also known to work for the R.R.. He worked for Rutledge Timber Company in Idaho and also Simpson Logging Company in Shelton Washington. My grandmother met him when he was 39-40 years old. Anything before that time is unknown except for what he put in his census information. It is believed as per census that his mother was born in Oregon and his father was born in Ireland or US. Places he lived after 1917 were Idaho (St Maries,Clarkia & Emida area), Curlew,Ferry Co.WA., Puyallup,Pierce Co.WA., Chehalis, Lewis Co.WA., and Hoodsport, Mason Co.WA.. It is believed that he died in 1938,Portland,OR. after falling from a tree while working as a gardener. This is not proven to be him for sure as the body was donated to science. ( He had left the family to look for work in 1932 and never returned so this Dan Simpson in Portland's body was unclaimed by family)No burial is found so there fore no proof if it is my grandpa. Dan also was good at making fiddles and knew the exact kind of wood ect.. to make and sell them. He also knew how to make Huckelberry wine and may have made the wine to sell during prohibition to support his family. This may have been another reason he left in 1932 supposedly to look for work(they were rounding up all bootleggers about that time). The only information my grandmother had like photos ect were in a trunk she had in her garage and someone stole it in the 30's. We have one photo of him and I will put that on this site soon. if you have any connection to him or have heard of him please email me at [contact link]
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