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On May 18th, 1761 in Winchester, Virginia; John Tipton cast his ballot to elect George Washington to be a representative from Frederick County to the House of Burgesses. At that time, the House of Burgesses was the Crown Colony of Virginia’s legislative assembly.
I posted the Woodstock Resolutions to the Colonel John section after his biography. It is important to note that these resolutions were made over two years before the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson would have been aware of the Woodstock Resolutions which must have served as part of his inspiration when he authored the Declaration of Independence.
Today I updated some information in the biography for Col. John Tipton. The revisions can be seen in the Col. John section of the biography.
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