Flippin Data Links

War of 1812 website consisting pay rolls
and muster rolls with several Flippen/in/ings listed
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

Rough Creek Church records (Charlotte Co., VA)
listing a service where a "coloured person" named Raleigh belonging to Caroline Flippin was baptized.
[this link is not working now and may have changed;
I need its current link]
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

Roster of Lunenburg Co., VA, Heavy Artillery
including a John F. Flippin.
[this link is not working now and may have changed;
I need its current link]
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

Rosters of Confederate soldiers from VA
who may have applied for state pension.
Included is rank, batallion and regiment of 67 Flippins / Flippos.
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

21st NC Troops, 11th NC Volunteers Roster List
shows 2 Flippens (Samuel M. and Henry) in Company C.
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

Marion Co., AR website
is filled with data, family histories and many more!
William Baugh Flippin's newspaper articles from Mt. Echo newspaper
is included along with other newspaper articles mentioning
Flippin and allied families.  Check it out.

The Library of Virginia's Digital Library
has many wonderful databases and some of the documents are now online.
On their main page you will find MANY categories including...
VA Revolutionary War Bounty Warrants, VA Revolutionary War Pensions,
VA Revolutionary War Rejected Claims, Dunmore's War, Confederate Disability Claims, and many more.  It is too numerous to list below.  It is worth your time to go to this site and explore.

1850 AR census data for Carroll Co. and Marion Co.
This website has a "Flippo?" as #193 for Carroll Co. and
some Flippens as #21, 162, 163 and 243 for Marion Co.
(submitted by Suzzette G. Yandle)

Oden Family Bible with Flippin connection
Williamson Co., TN
(submitted by Nova A. Lemons)

Flippins listed on Patrick Co., VA Death Records, 1870-1896
(submitted by Suzzette G. Yandle)

Flippens listed on 1870 Patrick Co., VA Federal Census Extracts
Dan River District -- #146. James M. FLIPPEN, #152. James T. FLIPPEN,
#153. Drury FLIPPEN, #251. Martha J. FLIPPEN and #503. Usley FLIPPEN.
(submitted by Suzzette G. Yandle)

Gravemarker of Jay C. Flippen (1899-1971), actor
(submitted by Nova A. Lemons)

1830 Stokes Co., NC census listing Losiah [Josiah] Flippin
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

1840 Stokes Co., NC census listing Flippings (Samuel and Johns)
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

1820, 1830, 1840, 1850 and 1860 Monroe Co., KY censuses
listing Flippins
(submitted by Nova A. Lemons)

Benton Flippen "Old Time, New Times" (Southern music)
James Benton Flippen was born 1920 in Surry Co., NC to Sam and Luticia F. (Boles) Flippen and is a professional fiddle player.
(submitted by L. M. Flippin)

History of Flippin, Marion Co., AR
(submitted by Diane Flippin Eckert)

The Turnbo Manuscripts by Silas Claiborne Turnbo (1844-1925)
includes articles on Flippins and the residents of Marion Co., AR
(submitted by Nova A. Lemons)

Confederate Cemetery at the University of Virginia
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

KY - Revolutionary War Warrant to Robert Flippen

Flippin Castle and Clatskanie Web Site (WA)
(submitted by L. M. Flippin)

Point Lookout Prisoners of War Descendants Organization
Jesse A. Flippin of NC and S. J. Flipping of VA were prisoners
at this Union POW camp.
(submitted by Bob Anderson)

Old Virginia Obituaries website maintained by Beth Bond
(submitted by Beth Bond)

Flippin - Hatcher family information
(submitted by Joseph Luther)

Phil Andrews posted on his website copies of the letters written
to James Allen Flippen from his brothers and uncles back in the
1850s to 1860s.  He included short biographies of the persons in
the letters.  Contact him for the user name and password for
access to view the letters.

Flippin Burials at Highland Memorial Cemetery, Iowa Park, Wichita Co., TX
(link submitted by Bill Joe & Juanita Hyde)

TN Bar Foundation - W. Jerry Flippin of Milan, TN interviewed
Joseph Luther found this website which purpose is to preserve the fascinating stories of TN's lawyers.  The TN Bar Foundation launched a Legal History Project in 1998.  Fifty lawyers and judges, in their 70s, 80s and 90s, have been individually interviewed about their lives and their experiences in the law, as well as being questioned about the changes, challenges and successes of the profession as a whole.  Each interview is recorded on digital video tape and reproduced in DVD format.  The interviews begin by asking the subject about his or her heritage -- grandparents, parents, early schooling, hometown -- before bringing the story to the legal career, community activities and the sweep of history during those years.  More information on this may be found on their website.

Flippens Buried in Smith Co., TN (also Trousdale Co. and Wilson Co.)
(links submitted by Nelson Flowers)
Ridgewood Cemetery (Carthage)
More burials at Ridgewood Cemetery
Old Carthage Cemetery
Purnell Cemetery
Griffin Cemetery (this one is in Trousdale Co.)
Bethlehem Cemetery (in Wilson Co.)
Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery

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This page was last updated on: 12 August, 2007