|71.||i.||SAMUEL18 TIPTON, b. June 07, 1752, Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. July 21, 1833, Elizabethton, Carter Co., TN.|
|72.||ii.||BENJAMIN TIPTON, b. 1755, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. February 1807, Blount Co., TN.|
|73.||iii.||ABRAHAM TIPTON, b. September 13, 1761, Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. September 02, 1781, Louisville, KY.|
|74.||iv.||WILLIAM TIPTON, b. September 13, 1761, Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. November 03, 1849, Blount Co., TN.|
|75.||v.||ISAAC TIPTON, b. 1763, Cedar Creek VA; d. January 06, 1827, Carter Co., TN.|
|76.||vi.||JACOB TIPTON, b. 1765, Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. November 04, 1791, Western Ohio, St. Clairs Defeat, Mercer Ohio.|
|77.||vii.||THOMAS TIPTON, b. August 27, 1771, Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. Abt. 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co., GA.|
|78.||viii.||JOHN TIPTON, b. April 21, 1767, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. October 08, 1831, Nashville, TN.|
|79.||ix.||JONATHAN TIPTON, b. June 08, 1776, Cedar Creek VA; d. November 08, 1858, Eve's Mill, Monroe Co., TN.|
|x.||ABRAHAM18 TIPTON, b. Abt. 1778, Shenandoah Co., VA; d. April 20, 1820, Carter Co., TN.|
Notes for ABRAHAM TIPTON:|
Abraham is buried with his mother, Martha Denton Tipton and his father, Colonel John Tipton at the Tipton-Haynes farm ( just outside of Johnson City, TN). Their home is now an historical landmark.
On February 12, 1814, petitioned court to legitimize his four children.
Petition to Legitmatize [sic] Abraham TIPTON's Child. 1814 . . . Abraham TIPTON a citizen of the County of Washington represents to your worships that he has had four illigettimate [sic] children by a woman formerly of the name of Polly BOREN with whom he has lately intermarried. The names of which said children has went by are Kitty BOREN, Abraham BOREN, Isaac BOREN and Kacob [sic] BOREN. Your petitioner further represents that he has also had an illegitimate child by a woman of the name of Hannah COOK, the name which the child has went by is Anny COOK. Your petitioner is desirous of ligetimitating [sic] said children so that they can inherit his estate in the same manner as if they had been born in lawful manner & also to have the names of said children altered. . . he also prays that the names of said children may be altered as follows that is to say the name of Kitty BOREN to that of Kitty TIPTON, the name of Abraham BOREN to that of Abraham TIPTON, the name of Isaac BOREN to that of Isaac TIPTON, the name of Jacob BOREN to that of Jacob TIPTON, and the name of Anny COOK to that of Anny TIPTON. / Feb. 12, 1814 / Abraham Tipton / Feby Session 1814.
1814. Abraham TIPTON having presented the following petition to this court to have certain illegetimate [sic] children therein maintained legitimatized & their names altered. It is the opinion of the Court that the prayer of the petition be granted the reasons in said petition contained being in the opinion of the Court sufficient for granting the same. . . --"Miscellaneous Records" from Washington Co., TN (the late Mary Hardin McCown was in charge of this project). Bulletin, published by Watauga Association of Genealogists, Upper East Tennessee, v.23, no.2 (1994): 93-100 (typescript courtesy Marian Carter Ledgerwood, August 25, 2000).
Tipton Family Genealogy Forum. Posted by Debbie <email@example.com>, July 19, 2000, message #1115. Abraham TIPTON II had four [five] children out of wedlock. He filed a petition in Washngton Co., TN, to legitimize these children: Anne COOK (mother - Hannah COOK), Catherine, Abraham H., and Isaac Gilbert BOREN [and Jacob] (mother - Mary "Polly" BOREN), five days after he married Mary BOREN. They had two more children: Jacob Jackson and Leona. After Abraham II died his widow Polly TIPTON married Mark MORGAN. They moved to Monroe Co., TN.
Abraham was born shortly after the death of his half brother by the same name. Col. John Tipton, Martha Denton Tipton and their son, Abraham are buried at Tipton-Haynes Farm, Erwin Highway (just outside of Johnson City,TN). Their home is now an historical landmark.
|xi.||MINERVA TIPTON, b. 1782; d. Unknown.|
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