Dewalt Fallinger and Mary his wife filed a petition in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania on 22 May 1820 to have George Clippenger's land valued and partitioned among the heirs if it could be done without spoiling the whole. The petition names George Clippenger's wife Mary who was still living at that time and their ten children:
1) Betty married to Philip Lucas
2) Catherine married to William Altman
3) Mary married to Dewalt Fallinger
6) Susanah married to Brenerman
7) George Clippenger, Jr.
8) Peggy married to Israel Bigelow
Letters of administration were granted to Israel Bigelow and George Clippinger, Junior on 31 August 1818 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Bond was $1000 with Henry Henry and Adam Scheaffer as securities. More information is available on the Clippenger family in a book in the catalog on Ancestry.com, the Kleppinger-Clippinger Family History.
Mary Clippenger was married first to Jacob Bash who died in 1807 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. Jacob and Mary Bash's daughter, Anna Maria, was born and baptized in 1799 in Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania:
Evangelical Lutheran, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Anna Maria, born 25 Feb 1799, baptized 31 Dec 1799
Parents: Jacob Pesch and Anna Maria
Sponsors: Georg Klippenger and Anna Maria
Since Jacob Bash was living in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania in 1799 and his wife's family was from Hempfield Township near Greensburg, Pennsylvania, it is highly likely that Martin Bash was Jacob's father since there were no other Bash families in Westmorland County, Pennsylvania at that time.