This blog will attempt to bring those updates and additions to light.
Continuing with "Chapter 3: Family A -- Elias Tipps Family" we'll look at the children of Elias Tipps and Mary Magdeline Nigh/Nye.
Mr. Tipps found four children for Elias & Mary with Thomas being questionable: Aaron, Conrad, Thomas, Mary Polly, and Christiana.
We'll look at Aaron's family first. There is very little to go on. I have searched on familysearch.org, ancestry.com, findagrave.com, fold3.com and www.glorecords.blm.gov/. The public family trees I have found have no attached documentation and have not found anything to add to the information Mr. Tipps has in his book. I have been unable to find any information on Aaron's children, Daniel & Aaron Jr.
At this point we have a brick wall ending with Aaron's children.
"1.4.1 Aaron Tipps—First child of Elias Tipps and Mary Nigh"Aaron was born in 1787 in Lincoln Co..North Carolina and moved to Indiana prior to 1808 because he is listed in the 1808 Territorial Records for Clark Co., Indiana. Aaron married Hannah Kelly on January 2, 1812, at Clark Co., Indiana. In the 1850 Jefferson Co., Kentucky census, a widow, Sarah Tipps was living on the Ohio River in Jefferson Co. With her were her sons, Daniel and Aaron Jr., and Aaron III. This appears to be a part of the Aaron Tipps Family. Children:"
- 18.104.22.168 Daniel (1823- )
- 22.214.171.124 Aaron, Jr. (1830- )"
|Event||Aaron Tipps||Hannah Kelly|
|Birth|||1787 in Lincoln County, North Carolina (undocumented)||abt 1783 NOTE: this findagrave site as well as other public trees state that Hannah's maiden name was Royse.|
|Marriage|||https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XXG1-RMB 21 February 1812 Clark County, Indiana (Image available at familysearch)|
|Death||abt 1849 (undocumented)||unknown|
|Burial||nothing on findagrave.com||nothing on findagrave.com|
|Land||nothing for Aaron Tipps on glorecords.blm.gov||||
|Military - War of 1812|||nothing found on Fold3||||
|1800 Census|||Petitions congress 12 December 1809 (have not found document)|
Can't find in census
|1810 Census|||Can't find in census||||
|1820 Census|||Can't find in census||||
|1830 Census|||Can't find in census||||
|1840 Census|||Can't find in census||||