The distinguished surname Tulippe is thought to have first emerged in the borderlands between
. The name is derived from the Latin "tulipa," meaning "tulip," and was most likely first borne by a grower or seller of tulips.
, where the Tulippe family is thought to have first emerged. The name does not appear until late in the 17th century; the earliest recorded bearer of the name was Henry Tewloppe, who was living in
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Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Thomas Tulip and his wife Jane, who settled in Georgia in 1775.