- Rose, William and Martha (Berry) & Family (39 KB)
- Ervin, Enos & Ethel (8 KB)
- Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Washington County,TN 2 (33 KB)
Monument and plaque
- Rose, Thurman, Cora, & Family (10 KB)
- Tipton, Luther Riter (ca late 1940s after the war) (9 KB)
- Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Washington County,TN 3 (66 KB)
Log cabin, out building and pasture of home of John Tipton, John Tipton Jr., and Landon Carter Haynes.
- Tipton, Luther, James, Boyd & friends 1927 (13 KB)
(L to R)James, Luther, unknown, unknown, Boyd
- Tipton, James F. and Julie Kate Messer Studer (11 KB)
- Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Washington County,TN 5 (30 KB)
Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Washington County,TN Visitors Center
- Tipton, Frances Ruth (Rose) 16 y.o. 1947 (11 KB)
Wearing her wedding outfit.
- Rose family, Christmas 1951 (18 KB)
Left to Right: Gary L. Tipton, Carl Ray Beaver, David Rose, Ressie Jane Rose, Leon Rose
- Cades Cove, Blount County, TN Methodist Church (42 KB)
This building, built in 1902, replaced the original log church which was built by J.D. McCampbell in the 1820's.
- Tipton, Frances Ruth (Rose) early 1950s (7 KB)
- Messer, Tom (13 KB)
- Cades Cove, Blount County, TN Baptist Church (38 KB)
Established in 1827 by some of Cades Cove's earliest settlers
- Tipton, James & Luther early 1950s (15 KB)
- Rose, David @ age 6 (8 KB)
- Cades Cove, Blount County, TN Missionary Baptist (35 KB)
Established in 1839 by members of the Primitive Baptist Church who were expelled for favoring missionary work.
- Tipton, James F., Rev. (10 KB)
- Rose, Ressie Jane (Ervin) @ 16 y.o. (8 KB)
- Cades Cove, Blount County, TN Tour Map (67 KB)
Cades Cove Loop Road Auto and Bicycle Tour
- Tipton, Luther R. (WW II Navy Picture) (27 KB)
1942, Jacksonville, FL. Naval Station
- Rose, Robert Levi (9 KB)
- Cades Cove, Blount County, TN - the Tipton Place (25 KB)
Hamp Tipton had this house built a few years after the Civil War. In 1878, James McCaulley, a blacksmith, lived here until he built his own house. The Maryville Index cheered McCaulleyís arrival in the Cove, declaring that his ironworking skills would supply a long needed want. This explains the presence of the blacksmith shop in the hollow beside the house.
The long shed on the opposite side of the house is an apiary or bee gum stand. Honey was a common confection, and also a money crop for some farmers. The apiary sheltered the hives from the weather, but not from bears.
The smokehouse in the front yard held the winterís supply of meat and the woodshed kept firewood handy.
Across the road is a double pen corn crib, larger than average, and having a driveway through the center.
Behind the corn crib stands a replica of a cantilever barn. Built in 1968, it is similar to the original that stood on the site.
- Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Washington County,TN 1 (14 KB)
- Rose, Robert Levi & Ressie Jane Family 1938 (61 KB)
(Left to Right)
Back Row: Thurman Rose, Robert Levi Rose, Kramer Rose
Middle Row: Onida "Nina" Rose, Frances Ruth Rose, Ressie Jane Rose
Front: David Rose
Missing from picture: Leon Rose
- Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Washington County,TN 4 (59 KB)
Plaque detailing State of Franklin squirmish