Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Tiptonville, TN

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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Jo - Jo is THWBEA registered. He is a very loving and affectionate little g..
Ripley, Tennessee
Tennessee Walking
Ripley, TN
Tennessee Walking Mare
Gentle sound and beautiful. great temperment. always willing plus one smoot..
Martin, Tennessee
Tennessee Walking
Martin, TN

About Tiptonville,TN

Tiptonville was established in 1857, but was not incorporated until 1900. It was designated the county seat when Lake County was created in 1870. Tiptonville was the scene of the surrender of Confederate forces at the end of the 1862 Battle of Island Number Ten in the American Civil War. The monument for this battle is located on State Route 22 approximately three miles north of Tiptonville, since the island itself, the focal point of the battle, has been eroded by the flow of the Mississippi River and no longer exists. On March 19, 1901, Tiptonville was destroyed by a fire three days after a mob of white townsmen had lynched Ike Fitzgerald, a black man accused of raping a white woman.