Timothy Tileston1

#725, b. 1636, d. 10 August 1697
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Timothy Tileston was born in 1636 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Tileston and Elizabeth Heath.1 He married Sarah Bridgman, daughter of James Bridgman and Mrs. Sarah Bridgman, on 3 May 1659.1 He died on 10 August 1697.1
Timothy Tileston was the second son of Thomas. He was a cooper by trade, and he bought a half-interest in the corn tide-mill known as "Tileston's Mill" in Dorchester, which remained in the family till after 1845. He served in King Philip's War in 1675, and was commissioned Lieutenant in 1694.1 Timothy Tileston and Sarah Bridgman had six children.1 He was a freeman in 1666.2 He was served in King Philip's War in 1675.1 He was a representative in 1689.1 He was a representative in 1692.2 He was commissioned Lieutenant in 1694.1 He was a representative in 1694.2

Children of Timothy Tileston and Sarah Bridgman

Citations

  1. Julia Metcalf Cary. Thomas Tileston, A Child's Memories of her Grandfather. N.p.: n.pub., 1925.
  2. Kendall Mellem "Thomas Tileston Descendants", E-mail message of 28 Feb 1999.