Here’s a link to William & Margaret’s marriage. William lived in Derryscollop in Clonfeacle parish and Margaret lived in Clonmain, Loughgall. Tradition was to marry in the bride’s church which was Loughgall Presbyterian, so that may be where she was baptised. Their baptism records start in 1842, marriages in 1819. There’s a copy in PRONI in Belfast.
Griffiths Valuation for 1864 lists John Tipping in Derryscollop. (His surname is listed as Tippings). He had plot 53 which was just under 6 acres. He also had turbary rights on plot 70. (Land to dig peat).
In the 1901 census there was a James Tipping farming there:
He married Sarah Jane Rimmins in 1865, and the marriage certificate shows his father was John. So he appears to be a brother to your William:
A sister Jane married James Anderson in 1857:
This looks to be Jane and family in 1901 still in Derryscollop:
Robert Tipping married Jane Miller in 1852:
Jackson Tipping married Ann McKinley in 1876:
The Tipping family church appears to have been Moy Churhc of Ireland. Unfortunately their early records were all destroyed in the 1922 fire, and they have now baptisms earlier than 1880. So you are unlikely to find baptisms for these various Tippings from Derryscollop.
The Valuation revision records (on the PRONI website) show the farm passing from John Tipping to Charlotte Tipping in 1876 (suggesting he had died and his widow had inherited). She in turn was replaced by Jackson in 1888 and then James in 1890.
Charlotte died in 1886. Son Jackson was the informant:
There were 28 Tippings in Co Armagh in the 1901 census. All were Roman Catholic save for your family.