Person:Henry Tibbetts (3)

m. bef 1655
  1. Jeremiah Tibbetts1656 - bef 1743
  2. Mary Tibbetts1658 -
  3. Captain Thomas Tibbetts1659 - bet 1748
  4. Hannah Tibbetts1661 - bef 1727
  5. Joseph Tibbetts1663 - bef 1745/46
  6. Deacon Samuel Tibbetts1666 - 1738
  7. Benjamin Tibbettsest 1668 - 1713
  8. Ephraim Tibbettsest 1669 - aft 1729
  9. Martha Tibbettsest 1670 - aft 1677
  10. Elizabeth Tibbettsest 1672 - aft 1732
  11. Nathaniel Tibbettsest 1673/74 - aft 1705
  12. Henry Tibbettsest 1675/76 - bet 1727
  • HHenry Tibbettsest 1675/76 - bet 1727
  • WJoyce Unknownest 1670 -
m. 25 Feb 1699/1700
  1. Susanna Tibbetts
  2. Paul Tibbetts
  3. Edward Tibbetts1713 - 1790
  4. Benjamin Tibbetts
  • HHenry Tibbettsest 1675/76 - bet 1727
  • WMary Akermanest 1680 - aft 1724
m. bet 1713 and 1717
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Henry Tibbetts
Gender Male
Birth[1] est 1675/76 Dover Neck, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 25 Feb 1699/1700 Dover Neck, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United Statesto Joyce Unknown
Marriage bet 1713 and 1717 to Mary Akerman
Death[1] bet 14 Aug 1727 and 6 Sep 1727 Dover Neck, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United StatesBetween date of will and date of probate.
Will[1] 14 Aug 1727
Probate[1] 6 Sep 1727 Will proved.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Jarvis, May Tibbetts. Henry Tibbetts of Dover, N. H., and Some of his Descendants. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct 1944; Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct 1945; Jan, Apr 1946), 98:215.

    Henry3 Tibbetts (Jeremiah2, Henry1), of Dover Neck, born at Dover Neck about 1675/6. died there between 14 Aug. 1727, when his will was dated, and 6 Sept. 1727. when the will was proved. He married first at Dover Neck (Rev. John Pike officiating), 25 Feb. 1699/1700. widow Joyce Otis (Dover Historical Collections, p. 130); married secondly in Portsmouth, about 1715. Mary (Ackerman) Sampson, who survived him, daughter of widow Sarah Ackerman of Portsmouth (Libby's Gen. Dict, of Maine and New Hampshire, vol. 1. p. 59). They were members of the Society of Friends. He served in the French and Indian war, in Capt. James Davis's company, from 15 May to 12 Oct. 1712 (State Papers of New Hampshire, vol. 1, p. 3). Land was granted to him at Canterbury and at Scarborough. Me. (New Hampshire Province Deeds, Book 87, p. 233; also, York County Deeds, Book 20, p. 157). He was one of the "Secondly Half Share Proprietors" of the town of Rochester (McDuffee's Hist. Rochester, vol. 1, p. 38). At one time he owned a hundred acres of land at "Sligo" (cf. "Old Kittery and her Families," p. 136). The inventory of his estate showed property appraised at £307.18.3.

  2. 5 Henry Tibbetts (6), in Noyes, Sybil; Charles Thornton Libby; and Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. (Portland, Maine: Southworth Press, 1928-1939).

    5 Henry Tibbetts (6), Dover, m. 1st 25 Feb. 1699-1700 wid. Joyce Otis (see Nicholas 1); m. 2d 1713-1717 Mary (Akerman 1) Sampson; see Williams(38). Scarb. gr. of 60 a. in 1720 sold by his sons in 1736. Will, 14 Aug.-6 Sept. 1727, gave Portsm. houses, land, goods to w. Mary for life, except to Richard the ho. Mr. Croswhite was liv. in and R. to have all aft. his mo. died; to other sons Dover and Rochester prop., to dau. Susannah £10 and a bed; Benjamin exec., bros. Capt. Samuel and Joseph trustees. In 1724 Mary T. named as an abuttor to wid. Elizabeth Eburne; in 1741 the abuttor was 'formerly M. T. now Richard T.' Ch., three sons liv. 1751: Benjamin, b. last of Oct. 1700, w. Abigail. Dover 1728; of Rochester 1736, deeded to br. Edward the homestead E. was liv. on, part of fa.'s homestead, approximately 10 acres. Edward, b. 2 Feb. 1702-3, had wives Charity and Mary. Dover, 1728-1736; of Rochester 1742, sold to Capt. John Gage 22 a. and ho. on Dover Neck. Paul, b. 26 June 1705; Dover 1728, Rochester 1736; adm. 25 May 1743 to wid. Sarah. Ch. Nathaniel, Henry and Joyce of Rochester 1754. And more? Susannah, b. last of Oct. 1707, m. Samuel Canney. Richard (by 2d w.), joiner, Portsm., m. 3 Nov. 1738 Mary Pendexter(1). In 1751 he sued John James and John Gage for 1/6 of certain Dover land (SJC 19793).