Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p300


Volume 4, Page 300

Joseph Clark, beside Elizabeth Dike, perhaps mo. prob. sis of Richard, Elinor
Luscombe and Salome Trill. I am ing. of the last two.

    TICHENOR, MARTIN, New Haven, took o. of fidel. 5 Aug. 1644, m.
16 May 1651, Mary Charles, perhaps d. of John, had John, b. 14 Apr.
1653; Abigail, 1 Feb. 1655; Daniel, 9 Oct. 1656; all bapt. 8 Feb.
1657; Hannah, bapt. 14 Mar. 1659; Samuel, 14 Oct. 1660; and a d.
in 1663, all in his wife's right, beside a first b. Nathaniel, 25 Feb. 1652,
wh. d in 2 days, and a s. b. 1665.

    TICKNALL, HENRY, is the name of a paseng. emb. at London in the
Hopewell, in the autumn of 1635, aged only 15; but whether is ever
reached Boston, or where he sat down, is untold.

    TICKNOR, or anciently, TICKNER, WILLIAM, Scituate 1646, or earlier,
m. at Boston, 29 Oct. 1656, Hannah, d. of John Stockbridge, had John,
b. 1659, d. young; and William, 1664; perhaps others. His w. d.
1665; and he m. 1666, Deborah, d. of Thomas Hyland. He was from
Co. Kent; but when he came, or when he d. is uncert. WILLIAM, Scituate,
s. of the preced. m. Lydia, d. of deac. Joseph Tilden, had John, b.
1699; William, 1700; Lydia, 1702; and perhaps more. He rem. to
Lebanon in 1710. John was gr.f. of the late Elisha Ticknor, Esq. of Boston,
Dart. Col. 1783, whose only s. George, is the widely kn. histor. of
Spanish Literat.

    TIDD, JOHN, Woburn, prob. s. of that John, spelled Tead, b. in Eng. m.
14 Apr. 1650, Rebecca Wood, had Hannah, b. 21 Sept. 1652, John, 26
Feb. 1655; Mary, 13 Nov. 1656; Samuel, 16 Jan. 1650; Joseph, 18
Jan. 1661, d. in 2 wks.; Joseph, again, perhaps, but not cert. JOHN,
Woburn, s. prob. of the preced. by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 19 Sept. 1679;
John, 2 Nov. 1681; Joseph, 8 Mar. 1684; Rebecca, 4 Aug. 1687;
Mary, 8 Aug. 1690; and Ebenezer, 31 Aug. 1693. SAMUEL, Woburn,
wh. d. 1651, may have been s. of the first John, writ. Tead, and b. in
Eng. may have liv. at Salem, by w. Sarah had Elizabeth b. May 1642, and
he soon d. for his wid. had m. John Southwick long eno. to bear him a
d. June 1644. See Tead.

    TIDMARSH, RICHARD, Salem, m. 20 June 1659, Mary Felmingham,
d. perhaps of Francis, had Richard, b. 12 July 1660.

    TIFF, TIFT or TEFFE, WILLIAM, Boston 1638, the freem. of 2 June
1641, with his w. Ann, had join. the ch. 2 Aug. 1640, when the spelling
is Teffe, and he is call. tailor. His will of 1 May 1646, pro. 2 Nov.
1648, ment. w. Ann, d. Lydia, and br. John. The name is rare, and no
doubt various. spell. at differ. times and places. Stephen Tift was one
of the prisoners taken in Montgomery's attack on Quebec, 31 Dec. 1775.
J. K. Teff, Esq. an estim. mem. of the Georgia Hist. Soc. at Savannah,
was prob. an emigrant from R. I.

    TIFFANY, HUMPHREY, Rehoboth 1663, by w. Elizabeth had Sarah, b. 6
July 1683; was, I think, inhab. of Dover for some time, but k. 15 July
1685, on the journey betw. Swanzey and Boston, by a stroke of lightn.