||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
||1635 - 1730
||TILLINGHAST - TILTON
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had Charles, b. 5 Mar. 1693; Philip, 9 Aug. 1694; John, 4 Apr.
1696; Jonathan, 18 Sept. 1698; Martha, 20 Dec. 1699; Pardon, 15
Dec. 1701; Obadiah, 2 Dec. 1703, d. young; Joseph, 18 Mar. 1706, d.
at 18 yrs.; Lydia, 16 Oct. 1708; Sarah, 5 Mar. 1710; perhaps Samuel,
1711; Ann, 13 Apr. 1713; William, 22 Jan. 1715; Elisha, 29 Aug.
1716; and Mary, 16 Feb. 1718.
TILLOTSON, JOHN, Rowley, rem. to Newbury, m. 14 July 1648,
Dorcas, sis. of Thomas Coleman, wh. perhaps brot. her in the James
from Southampton 1635, arr. at Boston 3 June, had Mary, b. 13 Feb.
1650; John, 21 Feb. 1651; and James, 19 Dec. 1652. His w. d. 1
Jan. 1655, and he m. 24 May foll. Jane Evans, had Philadelphia, 28
Sept. 1656; Joseph, 11 Jan. 1658; and Jonathan, 6 July 1659. As
Coffin tells no more of him, I judge that he rem. prob. to Conn. JOHN,
Saybrook 1671, prob. s. of the preced. liv. on the E. or Lyme side of the
gr. riv. and was involv. with many of his townsmen in the quarrel with
New London people a. mowing the meadow intermed. wh. led to mut.
indictms. as in Trumbull's Col. Rec. II. 558 appears. He m. 25 Nov.
1680, Mary Morris, d. of John of Hartford, had Mary, b. 30 Nov. 1681;
John, 25 Oct. 1683; Joshua, 26 Mar. 1687; Joseph, 29 Mar. 1689;
Martha, 1 Nov. 1691; and Thomas, 24 Mar. 1694; and d. 5 June 1719.
JONATHAN, Lyme, perhaps br. of the preced. m. 10 Jan. 1683, Mary
Jones, had Jonathan, b. 26 Oct. 1684.
TILLMAN, JOHN, in Maine, among those on W. side of Kennebec riv.
sh. sw. alleg. to Charles II. Sept. 1665.
TILSON, EDWARD, Scituate, d. 1660; may be the same call. EDMUND,
at Plymouth 1643; and 25 Oct. 1660, Elizabeth wh. may have been
his d. m. Benajah Dunham, of Eastham; and on the same day Mary T.
m. Benjamin Dunham; but wh. was the Mary, that m. 23 Dec. 1652,
James Cole jr. is quite beyond my conject. as is the Jane, wh. m. 20
May 1662, Giles Richard the elder. EPHRAIM, Plymouth, perhaps br.
of the preced. m. 7 July 1666, Elizabeth Hoskins, d. perhaps of William.
JOHN, Rowley 1643.
TILTON, ABRAHAM, Ipswich, the freem. of 1681, was perhaps s. of
William of Lynn, apprent. in 1653, to John Hood, wh. then being in
Eng. discharg. him, and he m. the same yr. or earlier, a d. (prob. Deliverance)
of Roger Shaw of Hampton; in 1669 was of Kittery, and at I.
with w. made deeds of gift 1702, to s. Samuel and Isaac. His wid.
Deliverance, in her will of 9 Nov. 1730, pro. 2 July 1733, names s.
Abraham, Samuel, and Isaac, ds. Sarah Martin, Mary, w. of Tristram
Brown, Rebecca, w. of Thomas Durges, whose former h. was John
Lamb, and Abigail Bell, dec. late w. of Robert Bell. formerly of John
Filmore. DANIEL, of Hampton or Exeter in 1689, was perhaps br. of
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