Welcome to all seeking or sharing information about
John Pippen, the immigrant
(arrived in the United States in 1719) and his descendants.
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EVENT NEWS:
The National Pippen-Pippin family reunion in Tarboro, N.C. that covers Saturday and Sunday has been canceled for June 2014, as a result of our coordinator being unable to head it up this year.  No one else is available due to various reasons to get it organized in time for the two day event.

However there will be a one day Pippen/Pippin Reunion pot-luck luncheon at Brock’s Dixieland home on June 1, 2014 at one o’clock, located at 94 Roberson School Road, Tarboro, N.C.  All are welcome, bring enough of your favorite food to feed those in your party. Drinks, plates, cups and utensils will be furnished. Also bring a folding chair for each in your group.

Now available is a new booklet containing all the volumes of James Pippin and Emily Pippin (Published from 1997-2003).
Link here to learn more details on how to purchase a bound set and see a sampling of newsletters.
To order your bound set of newsletters, email kciub27@embarqmail.com. Please include your full name.

PIPPEN/PIPPIN FAMILY GET CONNECTED!
LINK HERE to our new family MESSAGE BOARD - check back frequently for new postings!
Anyone may view the site, but to post to the message board, you must be a member of the Pippin Family Connections Website (hosted through Shutterfly).
Email SiteCoordinator@PippinFamily.name to send your request to become a member.



Photos in slideshow above from the 5th Pippen/Pippin Family Reunion
June 2010 - Tarboro, North Carolina

LINK HERE TO VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE 2012 REUNION AND PRIOR REUNIONS AND EVENTS

Reunion Committee: Colby, John, Brock, Joel & Bill.
For more information about future reunions, contact reunion@pippinfamily.name.
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Trace your family's migration from John Pippin the immigrant on the eastern shore of Maryland to your current family location.

Link here for the Almanac for John Pippen the Immigrant

Links to Articles and Information from Past Reunions