Person:Nathaniel Tibbetts (2)

Nathaniel Tibbetts
d.aft 4 Nov 1705
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
m. bef 1700
Facts and Events
Name[2] Nathaniel Tibbetts
Alt Name[1] Nathaniel Tebbets
Gender Male
Birth[1] est 1673/74 Dover Neck, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage bef 1700 Estimate based on date of birth of eldest known child.
to Elizabeth Unknown
Living[1] 4 Nov 1705 Carried away by Indians that date.
Death[1] aft 4 Nov 1705
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 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), 98:136.

    Nathaniel3 Tebbets (Jeremiah2, Henry1), of Oyster River (now Durham), born at Dover Neck about 1673-4; was captured and carried away by the Indians 4 Nov. 1705; probably died. His widow married Francis Pittman of Dover, born in 1662, son of William Pittman of Oyster River. She was baptized in Oyster River as an adult 21 July 1717. A grant was made to Nathaniel Tebbets for thirty acres, dated the 11th April 1694, and confirmed on the 16th of the same month by the town (Hist. Durham, vol. I, p. 156). His capture by the Indians is spoken of by Belknap. In the journal of Rev. John Pike is recorded: "November 4, 1705. Sab. Nath Tebbets of Oyster River was carried away by the Indians about sun-set" (Cf. New Hampshire Gen. Record, vol. 3, p. 245: also, Hist. Durham, vol. 1. p. 103: also Stackpole's Hist. New Hampshire, vol. 1, p. 272).

  2. 11 Nathaniel 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), 685.

    11 Nathaniel Tibbetts (6), Oyster River, had 30 a. gr. 16 Apr. 1694 to be laid out on the west side of Johnson's Creek. Bot from Thomas and Mary Ash in 1700. Carried away by Ind. ab. 4 Nov. 1705. … Widow Elizabeth m. 2d Francis Pitman(3). In 1717 Philip Duley, sr., reciting that in 1699-1700 he and N. T. exch. dwellings, confirmed to her his own 20 a. gr. of 19 Mar. 1693. Kn. ch: Henry, Dover 1722, sold the Johnson's Creek gr. to Thomas Davis with warr. 'by and under me and from any of the heirs of N. T.'; m. 23 Jan. 1728-9 Elizabeth Meader(4); Durham 1734, Dover 1738, depos. in 1754, ± 54, that for many yrs. he liv. near Johnson's Creek. Will, 1753-1766, names w. Elizabeth, 6 ch. incl. Weymouth. Bridget, b. 28 Sept. 1700, m. 7 Feb. 1727-8 John Williams, jr. Martha, m. Samuel Drowne(2 jr.).