Flippin Links
submitted by L. M. "Marty" Flippin


Sgt. Thomas Flipping at Battle of Point Pleasant,
under Capt. Thomas Buford
http://www.rootsweb.com/~varockbr/pntplsnt.htm

Now a Bed and Breakfast place, it used to be the office and home of Dr. J. Meigs Flippin in Surry Co., NC.
(also submitted by Kyle Harrison)
http://www.bbonline.com/~nc/flippins/lacy.html

Flippin - Atkinson site
Joseph Flippin's wife was Annis Atkinson and there were several other Flippins who married Atkinsons in NC, VA, TN and elsewhere.
http://www.scsn.net/users/psi/genealogy/atkisson/atkissprobate.html

Point Lookout Prison Website describes in detail about the prison and how the organization is dedicated to preserving its history.  Jesse Atkinson Flippin and Samuel J. Flippin, son of Rawley W. Flippin, were both at this prison during the Civil War and died there.
http://members.tripod.com/~PLPOW/plpow.htm

Our possible earliest ancestor in the new world?
David Phippen and wife Sarah
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mahingha/index.html

Jesse Flippin family on the Squire Brown website
http://tnpride.com/browngen/browndance/d4238.htm

James Allen Flippen family went on the Oregon Trail in 1845.
http://www.teleport.com/~sflora/1845.htm

Thomas Fliping - 1704 Quit Rent Roll
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/1704va.txt

VA Genealogy web site worth checking out
http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/Genea/rsl?flippen

Flippins in Arkansas, Turbo articles
http://198.209.8.166/Turnbo/\V8\ST288.html

Manlius Thompson Flippin biography

William T. Flippen, Jr., 1917 - 1945
One of the VA State Police's "fallen troopers."
On a military leave of absence, he was reported killed in action on
1 February 1945 during World War II.

U. S. Patent Database
There are 23 patents / inventions registered
in the name of FLIPPIN on this site (as of 22 May 2001).
One patent, No. 22, is listed by Marty's brother, Jarvis F. Flippin.
[a message posted by Cliff Hunter II
regarding patents registered by Flippin(s)]





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