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The Tilton's are a large family that intertwines.  John Tilton and Mary are my 10th Great Grandparents on 1 line and my 9th Great Grandparents on two other lines. 

     11th Great Grandparents - John Tilton was apparently born in England and appears in Lynn, Massachusetts records as early as 1640 when his first child was born there.  His wife is Mary, maiden name unknown.  I do not know if they married in the colonies or came together.
     How long John may have been in Lynn prior to 1640, I know not, but it was shortly after this date that, actuated in all likelihood by the same feelings of religious unrest as possessed Lady Deborah Moody, he migrated, probably with her and her followers, to New Amsterdam, to secure a place for settlement among the Dutch.  John Tilton was one of the first settlers of Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York, of which place he was the Town Clerk from 1643 to 1662, and again from 1668 to 1681. 
     On 10 Dec 1645, Lady Moody, Sir Henry Moody, Ensign George Baxter and Sergeant James Hubbard, with their associates were granted a patent by Director Kieftod New Amsterdam.  The settlers entered into an agreement at Amersfoort with Lady Moody and her associates by which the town was to be divided into 28 parts, each to receive a plantation lot, also a village lot.  In 1646 a new division was made, laying out the town into 40 lots and:
 

1. Lady Deborah Moody
2. Sir Henry Moody
3. James Hubbard
4. George Baxter
5. John Morrell
6. Richard Ussell
7. John Tilton
8. James Ellis
9. Cornelius Swellinant
10. Edward Browse
11. Richard Stout
12. Thomas Cornish
13. George Holmes
14. Thomas Greedy
15. Thomas Spicer
16. Walter Wall
17. John Cooke
18. James Grover
19. Ambrose London
20. John Rinkman
21. Francis Weeks
22. Ralph Cardell
23. Robert Pennoyer
24. William Wilkins
25. Thomas Applegate
26. William Goulding
27. Charles Morgan
28. Thomas Morrell
29. John Thomas
30. Rodger Scott
31. Randall Huett
32. William Compton
33. Enium Bennum
34. Samuel Chandler
35. Pete Simpson
36. Thomas Cornwall
37. William Musgrove
38. Thomas Whitlock
39. Richard Gibbons, received a town plot and a section of land under the second division. 

     Those who took part in the first division, which was given up owing to the Indian wars, of Director Kiefts administration, were:

l. Lady Moody
2. Sir Henry Moody
3. James Hubbard
4. George Baxter
5. John Morrell
6. Richard Ussell
7. Nicholas Stillwell
8. George Holmes
9. Thomas Hall
10. John Tilton
11. James Ellis
12. Cornelius Swellinant
13. Edward Browse
14. Richard Stout
15. Thomas Cornish
16. Thomas Greedy
17. Thomas Spicer
18. Walter Wall
19. John Cooke
20. James Grover
21. John Rinkman, 
22. William Musgrm
23. Thomas Whitlock
24. Richard Gibbons
25. Randall Huet
26. Ralph Cardell
27. Robert Pennoyer
28. William Wilkins
 
 












     In 1655  Jacobus Van Curler and other Dutch settlers of Gravesend wrote to Director Stuyvesant stating their "daily fears that the strange reports from Hempstead and Newtown that the Savages intended killing the Dutch among the English; that the Savages had demanded of the English of Gravesend that they should separate from the Dutch so that they might not be in any danger; that Tilton and the Magistrates of Gravesend have advised the Dutch that it were best they moved away, but if the Dutch would not move the English would do the best they could for them, which they think is poor consolation if the Savages should come; that if they leave Long Island is no longer inhabited by the Dutch; that the English continually communicate with each other; that yesterday Tilton and the Sheriff of Newtown came; today they went away again." And they conclude by asking for a moderate force, else an armed vessel to carry them, their families and possessions away.  
     14 May 1656.  Letter of John Tilton, Clerk, to Director Stuyvesant in answer to a complaint of Anthony Johnson in respect to intrusion on his, Johnson's, lands. In this letter, written for his fellow townsmen of Gravesend, John Tilton alluded to Anthony Johnson as a Mohammedan, and a troublesome person, ... "in troublesome time when the whole country seems to hang upon uncertainty, and all our lives in jeopardy as by the great supplies Indians have of arms and ammunition". It would appear that Johnson charged the Gravesenders with encroaching upon the boundary lines of his farm, while they countercharged that he invaded the bounds of Gravesend, and accused him of being a liar, and called him likewise Anthony the zibi, which means the skunk.  When the first evangelists of the Quaker persuasion came to New Netherlands, the Governor, Peter Stuyvesant, it appears, received them kindly, but soon after showed a spirit of bitter hostility to them as well as to the Lutherans of New Amsterdam and the Independents of Middleberg . And Feb. 1, 1656, an ordinance was enacted against those who held conventicles here and there within the Province, and against unqualified persons in such meetings who assumed the ministerial office without being called or appointed thereto by ecclesiastical or civil authority, and penalties were framed for any infraction of this ordinance. So far as regards its application to the Lutherans of New Amsterdam, this intolerant law was vetoed, June 14, 1656, by the authorities in Holland, and while the Director was therefore restrained from interfering with them, the English of Gravesend and other towns were not protected in like manner, and were little likely to find favor with the home authorities, and consequently might safely be proceeded against.  Hence, in 1658, on the 8th of January, an order was issued to furnish the Sheriff of Gravesend with a copy of John Tilton's answer to the charge of entertaining a Quakeress; and two days later (Jan. 10) he was sentenced for harboring some of  "the abominable sect of Quakers," and fined £12. and costs.  On the morning of Jan. 10, 1661, the under schout of New Amsterdam and Nicholas Bayard came from Jamaica to Gravesend having heard there was a Quaker meeting at the latter place. Arriving at the house of Samuel Spicer, they learned that George Wilson, a Quaker preacher, had just held a meeting there, but being informed of the approach of the officers had made his escape by so precipitous a flight as to leave his cloak behind. This the officers seized and also arrested Samuel Spicer, who, with Mary, the wife of John Tilton, had attended a Quaker meeting, at Jamaica, the day previous; and on the 20th of January, John Tilton , "for being at the Quaker meeting January 9, and at a Quaker meeting at Gravesend January 10th," was sentenced to be banished from the Province, but, through the influence of Lady Moody, he was pardoned.  This experience, however, does not seem to have at all intimidated this courageous couple, and, September 19, 1662, the Director and Council notified the magistrates of all the English towns on Long Island to assist Resolved Waldron in arresting "all persons who attend unlawful or prohibited meetings."  At the same time complaint was made against John Tilton, for attending meetings of Quakers and harboring persons of that persuasion, and against Mary, his wife, for "attending meetings of that abominable sect called Quakers."  They were both arrested and imprisoned, and, October 6th, were sentenced to banishment from the Province. The sentence, however, was not put into execution until the following May, influence having apparently been brought to bear on the Director to postpone the carrying of it out until the rigors of winter should be passed. But, May 7, 1663, the Fiscal was ordered "to take an inventory of the estate of John Tilton, sentenced to banishment," and, May 17th, a warrant was issued to the Sheriff, commanding him to remove John and Mary Tilton out of the Province.  In this emergency kind friends (Anthony Wright and others), at Oyster Bay, offered the banished couple a home, which they gladly accepted, and that place, outside the Dutch jurisdiction, became their residence until the hurling of the despotic Stuyvesant from power, in 1664, made it possible for them to return home.  Upon the banishment of John Tilton, the office of Town Clerk became vacant, and William Goulding was elected as his successor.  John Tilton and his wife removed back from Oyster Bay to Gravesend in 1667, and, in 1668, he was again made Town Clerk, and annually re-elected to that office till 1681, when John Emans succeeded him.
     On 10 Oct  Thomas Greedye, born in Devonshire, England, in his will of this date; proved Nov. 4, 1658, devised to his loving friend John Tilton, of Gravesend, his estate, out of which the said Tilton was to pay his debts, and the remainder he bequeathed to Peter Tilton, son of said John Tilton, excepting only one small sum the which I have given unto John Tilton, Jr.   
     On 01 Jan 1664 are the names of John Tilton Sr. and Jr. among those to whom land was deeded by the Indians at Shrewsbury, N. J.
     In 1665 Samuel Spicer and John Tilton, having become owners of Barron Island, sold it to Elbert Elberts (Stothoff) .  
     On 01 Nov 1665 George Baxter sold to John Tilton, of Gravesend, lot No. 19 in Gravesend, formaly owned by Thomas Greedye. 
     On 05 Jan 1670 there was a partition of land on Garretson's Neck and Guisbert's Island, into thirty-nine lots.  John Tilton was assigned two of them.
     In 1672 John Tilton Sr. and John Tilton Jr. were among those who held land in the west meadow of Gravesend.
     On 06 Sep 1675 John Tilton was commissioned one of the Justices of the Peace of Kings County.
     On 26 Jun 1676 John Tilton and John Cook, who had been chosen Overseers of Gravesend, being Quakers, refused to take the oath of office, and the Court of Sessions dispensed with it, directing them "to give their engagements to Mr. Justice Hubbard to perform their duties as overseers, under penalty of perjury."
     On 15 Apr 1681 John Tilton sold his rights in two acres of land, lot No. 7, on Guisbert's Island, to John Carsonson of Gravesend. 
     In 1683 John Tilton was assesses on twenty-nine acres of land, one horse, five cows, nine sheep and two hogs.
     The maiden name of Mary is unknown. It was probably she who appeared, lacking a Christian name, but described as the wife of John Tilton, in the presentments of Dec. 14, 1642, for maintaining that baptism was no ordinance of God.  She was a woman of strong religious convictions, and was not afraid to assert them. The inevitable result was that this arrayed her against the authorities both in New England and New Amsterdam . And since she, as well as her husband, was a follower of George Fox , she was much persecuted. 
"Goody Tilton was not so much condemned for assisting at Conventicles as for having, like a sorceress, gone from door to door to lure and seduce the people, yea even young girls, to join the Quakers."    She died, May 23 [29], 1683, at Gravesend , and was no doubt interred in the plot her husband later left in his will for burial purposes.
     John Tilton died in 1688, at Gravesend, leaving the following will:  "I, John Tilton off Gravesend in the Kings Countie upon Long Island in Yorkshire, being in Perffect memorie as my last will and testament do heareby make and appoint my louving sonns John Tilton and Samuel Spicer [husband of daughter Ester] my sole and whole executors off all my whole estate, both off Housing lands goods cattle and chattels Debts Dues and demands off or belonging to mee from any Person or Persons whatsoever all which I shall be deceased off for them my said executors out of the said estate to paye such legacies as heare afftor mentioned. Item untor John Paintor [husband of daughter Sarah] tenn Pounds and all my wearing cloathes; Item unto John Tilton Junior my dwelling house: and the Remaynder off my estate that then shall bee; when all debts charges and expenses everie way is ffully satisfied and Payd I doe give unto my chidren as heareaffter ffolloweth: that is unto John Tilton, Peeter Tilton, Thomas Tilton, Sarah Painter, Abigaill Scott, Estor Spicer, Mary Boman, to bee equally devided amonst them ffurther I do give unto my said Executors John Tilton and Samuel Spicer and also unto William Richardson a Certain Peace of Land Lying & Being in gravesend as afforesaid ffor a buriall Place which Longe hath, & att Present is Inclosed & Pailed Round ffor that End & so Used, With a waye out off the Streete Seaven foote broad to goe into itt as by ye Records off the sd Towne Doth & May appeare ffor them & theire Successours & all ffriends in ye Everlasting truthe off ye Gospell as occasion Serves ffor Ever to have & to hold and to make use off to burie their Dead Inn; and this is my Will & Pleasure soe to Doe whereunto I have sett my hand ye ffifteenth Day of the Seventh Month in ye Yeare 1687.  John Tilton Senior.  Recorded by order of Court of Sessions, held Ap. 3rd, 1688, in Kings County."
 
    10th Great Grandparents - Peter Tilton (son of John Tilton and Mary Unknown) was born Jan 1642 in Lynn, Massachusetts.  He married Rebecca Brazier on 22 Apr 1665.  She was born in Apr 1648.  
     Peter was a witness at various marriages in the Shrewsbury Quaker Meeting, commencing as early as 1686/7; and the names of his children, together with the dates of their births, are given on the records of that Society. 
     05 Jul 1670 Along with three others, Peter was established as Overseers for the town of Shrewsbury. 
     On 19 Aug 1670 Peter conveys land to Abraham Browne, the deed being on record at Freehold, N. J. 
     On 30 Jun 1676 Peter Tilton had lands patented to him on Swimming River, adjoining lands of Richard Stout, Jr., and James Grover.  These lands were patented to them on the same day, and each of the three men was of Middletown.  It must have been about this time that he moved from Shrewsbury to Middletown, for his son, Thomas, was born, according to the Quaker records, in Shrewsbury, in 1676, and died, in Middletown, in 1677.
     On 01 Jan 1679 Peter was made Constable for Middletown. 
     On 01 Jan 1681 Peter was chosen by the freeholders of Middletown for their deputy. 
     On 26 Jun 1683 Peter Tilton mentioned in connection with the County Court, as an Assistant.  
     Peter was one of the Assessors of Monmouth Co. , under the Act of Dec. 5, 1683. 
     Peter Tilton, late of Shrewsbury, and now of Marvell Hill, within the province of New Jersey, Apr. 23, and 17th of July, and also 24 of July, 1675, bought land of Nepeson, Checawcus, Cawsehoc, Menenvein and Awaycis, five of the Indian Sachems of the town called Ramezing also Ramezonk, and agrees with Jos. Grover about boundary, Oct. 7, 1684.  
     In 1689 he sold land for 20s., to Therlagh Swiney, for the use of his son, John Swiney . 
     In Sep 1691 Peter was made Justice of the Court of Sessions.  
     Peter died on 10 Dec 1699 in Middletown, New Jersey and Rebecca died there on 06 Oct 1700.

     8th Great Grandparents - Catharine Tilton (daughter of Peter Tilton and Rebecca Brazier) was born on 14 Sep 1684.  She married Hugh Hartshorne, he was born on 21 Aug 1685.  To continue this line see Hugh and Catharine on the Hartshorne page.

     7th Great Grandparents - Margaret Hartshorne (daughter of Catharine Tilton and Hugh Hartshorne) I believe was born in New Jersey as that is where her parents were born and remained.  She married Robert White and they had 7 children.  Margaret died prior to 18 May 1765 when her mother made her will in which she left 35 shillings to her granddaughter Margaret White "daughter of Robert White and my daughter Margaret, deceased". and Robert died after 10 Oct 1773. 
 
     6th Great Grandparents - Samuel White (son of Robert White and Margaret Hartshorne) was the eldest of Robert and Margarets children.  He married Jemima Mount and they had 4 children.  Samuel died between 15 Oct 1793 and 19 Feb 1794.  Jemima survived him many years and died 03 Jan 1817.

     5th Great Grandparents -  Mehetable White (daughter of Samuel White and Jemima Mount) was born on 27 Aug 1763.  In Sep 1782 she married Samuel Trafford.  They had 10 children.  Mehetable died on 15 Mar 1849.  I do not know when Samuel died.

     4th Great Grandparents - Ann Trafford and John Hart

     3rd Great Grandparents - John Hart and Susan Curtis

     2nd Great Grandparents - Thomas Curtis Hart and Emma Louise Rimmer

     Great Grandparents - Elizabeth Hart and Daniel Augustus Reardon

     Grandparents - James Frank Reardon and Mary Bell Johnson

     8th Great Grandparents - John Tilton was born 04 Jun 1640 in Lynn, Massachusetts.  He moved with his parents to Gravesend, Brooklyn.  He married, as his second wife, Rebecca Terry on 12 May 1674 in Flushing, Queens, New York.
     On 25 Jan 1664 John Tilton, Jr. and his brother-in-law, Samuel Spicer, were among those named in the first purchase of land, in Monmouth Co., from the Indian Sachem Popomora. This deed was acknowledged April 7, 1665, and is on record in the Secretary of State's Office, at Albany and in Trenton , as well as in the Proprietors' Office at Perth Amboy.
     On 13 Aug 1683 John Tilton, Jr., of Gravesend, sold to Martin Petersen (Wykoff), a plantation in Gravesend.
     On 08 Mar 1691 John Tilton, of Gravesend, sold to Cort Stevenson, of Flatlands, all his Gravesend property, for £295, reserving the use for twelve months to remove therefrom.  About this time he would seem to have left Gravesend to reside in Monmouth Co. and this deduction is further sustained by the fact that his brother, Peter Tilton, and wife Rebecca, were the only Tiltons whose names appear in the Quaker Records up to 1692.
     In Sep 1694 John Tilton was one of the Grand Jurors independent enough to indict one of the Judges then sitting on the bench, and present another.
     In Oct 1700 John Tilton was committed to the custody of the Sheriff for "subscribing a seditious paper".
     Will of John Tilton, of Middletown, dated 23 Nov 1700; proved Apr. 17, 1704. "To son, John Tillton, five shillings; to son Samuel Tillton eighty-five acres of upland and three of meadow, and to his heirs; to daughter Sarah Tillton one cow; to my wife, Rebecca Tillton, after my decease, my dwelling house, etc., and all my farme, after her decease it is to go to my son Peter Tillton and his heirs, not yet 21; in case of his death, then to my son Daniel Tillton, and his heirs; if he die before he come of age, then to my son Thomas Tillton, and his heirs. If Peter live to be 21, then he is to pay unto his two brothers Daniell and Thomas Tillton, fivteen pounds to each; if he die, Daniell shall pay 30 pounds to Thomas.  Residue to my wife Rebecca Tillton, my Executrix, and after her death, to be equally divided amongst my children. ffriends, Thomas Hillborn & John Lippincott. will be helpful to my wife to see my will performed. Witnesses: Remembrance Lippincott, Ben. Lawrence, George Corlies." 
     Rebecca died on 10 Dec 1715 in Middletown, New Jersey.

     

     7th Great Grandparents - Sarah Tilton was born 14 Nov 1680 and married Walter Herbert on 02 Jun 1704 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey.  Walter was born bet 1670 - 1685.  They had 8 children together.

     6th Great Grandparents - Rebecca Herbert was born 06 Mar 1705 in Middletown, Nwe Jersey.  She married John Curtis abt 1724.  They had at least 2 children.  To continue this line see John and Rebecca on the Curtis page.

     9th Great Grandparents - John Tilton and Mary Unknown     
     8th Great Grandparents - Peter Tilton and Rebecca Brazier
     7th Great Grandparents - Rebecca Tilton and Daniel Applegate
     6th Great Grandparents - Jacob Applegate and Catherine Manless
     5th Great Grandparents - Catherine Applegate and Levi Hart
     4th Great Granparents - John Hart and Ann Trafford
     3rd Great Grandparents - John Hart and Susan Curtis
     2nd Great Grandparents - Thomas Curtis Hart and Emma Louise Rimmer
     Great Grandparents - Elizabeth Hart and Daniel Augustus Reardon 

      Grandparents - James Frank Reardon and Mary Bell Johnson.  More information on them is on the Reardon and Johnson pages. 

 




Abigail  b: 1650  d: ?  m: Ralph Warner
Abigail  b: 22 Sep 1723  d: bef. 04 Feb 1808  m: Joseph Potter
Abraham  b: ?  d: 1761  m: Elizabeth Thorne
Abraham  b: 14 Jan 1676  d: bef. 1704 
Amos  b: 06 Oct 1727  d: 15 Oct 1765
Ann  b: ?  d: ? 
Ann  b: ?  d: ?  m: John Harvey
Catharine  b: ?  d: ? 
Catharine*  b: 04 Sep1684  d: bef. 30 Sep 1767  m: Hugh Hartshorne
Daniel  b: ?  d: ? 
Daniel  b: 09 Jul 1679  d: ?  m: Sarah Wyckhoff
Daniel  b: 27 Dec 1682  d: ?  m: Elizabeth Powell
Daniel  b: 05 Nov 1725  d: ?
Deborah  b: 21 Dec 1740  d: ?  m: Joseph Lawrence
Elizabeth  b: ?  d: ?
Elizabeth  b: 26 Mar 1724  d: ?
Ester  b: 05 Jun 1678  d: bef. 02 Jan 1704  m: Richard Stout 
Esther  b: 1647  d: 24 Sep 1703  m: Samuel Spicer
Esther  b: 1722  d: 24 Oct 1796  m: William Lippincott
Esther  b: 10 May 1722  d: 11 Aug 1777  m: Jeremiah Borden
Hannah  b: ?  d: ?
Hannah  b: ?  d: ? 
Hannah  b: 24 Jun 1726  d: ?  m: Richard Borden
Hannah  b: 27 Oct 1735  d: ?  m: John Lippincott 
Henry  b: 24 Jan 1686  d: aft. 29 Nov 1709
Hester  b: ?  d: ?
Hester  b: 17 Apr 1689  d: ?  m: William Lawrence 
John*  b: ?  d: 1688  m: Mary Unknown
John  b: ?  d: ?
John  b: ?  d: ?  m: Frances Thomson
John  b: ?  d: ?
John*  b: 04 Jun 1640  d: 1704  m: (1) Mary Coates  (2) Rebecca Terry*
John  b: 11 Jan 1669  d: ?  m: Elizabeth Unknown
John  b: 14 Apr 1675  d: Aug 1731  m: Margaret Lippincott
John  b: 05 May 1739  d: ?  m: Elizabeth Gifford
Joseph  b: ?  d: ?
Joseph  b: 24 Dec 1741  d: ?  m: Deborah Potter
Lydia  b: 15 May 1731  d: 1812
Lydia  b: 05 Mar 1738  d: ?  m: Herbert Curtis

Margaret  b: ?  d: ?
Margaret  b: ?  d: ?  m: William Lawrence
Mary  b: ?  d: ?  m: Job Ridgway
Mary  b: Jun 1654  d: ?  m: Henry Bowman
Mary  b: 08 Sep 1675  d: 31 Aug 1678
Mary  b: 02 Dec 1681  d: ?  m: Richard Stout 
Mary  b: 21 Oct 1686  d: ?  m: James Grover
Mary  b: 16 Apr 1728  d: ?  m: Samuel Lawrence
Mott  b: ?  d: ? 
Nathan  b: ?  d: 30 Mar 1788  m: Increase Lippincott
Patience  b: 01 Sep 1717  d: 18 May 1778  m: Thomas Middleton
Patience  b: 03 Jan 1735  d: ?  m: John Curtis
Peter  b: ?  d: ?  m: Lydia Bills
Peter  b: ?  d: ? 
Peter*  b: Jan 1642  d: 10 Dec 1699  m: Rebecca Brazier
Peter  b: 10 Feb 1672  d: ?
Phebe  b: ?  d: ? 
Rachel  b: 14 Jul 1730  d: ?
Rebecca  b: ?  d: ?  m: Robert Lippincott
Rebecca*  b: 06 Sep 1667  d: ?  m: Daniel Applegate
Rebecca  b: 04 Jul 1720  d: ?  m: Benjamin Borden 
Robert  b: ?  d: 23 Oct 1762  m : Miriam Allen
Samuel  b: ?  d: ?
Samuel  b: ?  d: ?
Samuel  b: 02 Mar 1678  d: bef. 06 May 1745  m: Patience Allen
Samuel  b: 17 Mar 1690  d: 1764  m: Elizabeth Willett
Sarah  b: ?  d: ?  m: Joseph Killey
Sarah  b: ?  d: ?
Sarah  b: ?  d: ?  
Sarah  b: 04 May 1644  d: ?  m: John Painter 
Sarah*  b: 14 Nov 1680  d: Jan 1755  m: Walter Herbert
Sarah  b: 10 Sep 1718  d: ?  m: Ebenezer Cook
Thomas  b: 01 Mar 1652  d: ? 
Thomas  b: 20 Jul 1676  d: May 1677 
Thomas  b: 20 Dec 1684  d: 04 Jan 1763  m: Faith Lawrence
Thomas  b: 14 Apr 1732  d: Mar 1811

   

Generation No. 1

 1.  JOHN 1 TILTON died 1688 in Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York.  He married MARY UNKNOWN  in Lynn, Massachusetts.  She died 23 May 1683 in Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York.
 
Children of JOHN TILTON and MARY UNKNOWN are:
2. i. JOHN 2 TILTON, b. 04 Jun 1640, Lynn, Massachusetts; d. 1704.
3. ii. PETER TILTON, b. Jan 1642, Lynn, Massachusetts; d. 10 Dec 1699, Middletown, New Jersey.
 iii. SARAH TILTON, b. 04 May 1644, Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York; m. JOHN PAINTER.
4. iv. ESTHER TILTON, b. 1647; d. 24 Sep 1703.
5. v. ABIGAIL TILTON, b. 1650.
 vi. THOMAS TILTON, b. 01 Mar 1652.
 vii. MARY TILTON, b. Jun 1654; m. HENRY BOWMAN.


Generation No. 2

2.  JOHN 2 TILTON (JOHN 1) was born 04 Jun 1640 in Lynn, Massachusetts, and died 1704.  He married (1) MARY COATES 10 Oct 1670 in Oyster Bay, Nassau, New York.  She died Bef. 1674.  He married (2) REBECCA TERRY 12 May 1674 in Flushing, Queens, New York.  She died 10 Dec 1715 in Middletown, New Jersey.
 
Children of JOHN TILTON and REBECCA TERRY are:
6. i. PETER3 TILTON.
7. ii. JOHN TILTON, b. 14 Apr 1675; d. Aug 1731.
 iii. ABRAHAM TILTON, b. 14 Jan 1676; d. Bef. 1704.
8. iv. SAMUEL TILTON, b. 02 Mar 1678; d. Bef. 06 May 1745.
9. v. SARAH TILTON, b. 14 Nov 1680; d. Jan 1755.
10. vi. DANIEL TILTON, b. 27 Dec 1682.
11. vii. THOMAS TILTON, b. 20 Dec 1684; d. 04 Jan 1763.
12. viii. MARY TILTON, b. 21 Oct 1686.
 ix. HESTOR TILTON, b. 17 Apr 1689; m. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 15 Oct 1719.


3.  PETER 2 TILTON (JOHN1) was born Jan 1642 in Lynn, Massachusetts, and died 10 Dec 1699 in Middletown, New Jersey.  He married REBECCA BRAZIER 22 Apr 1665, daughter of HENRY BRAZIER and SUSANNAH SPICER.  She was born Apr 1648, and died 06 Oct 1700 in Middletown, New Jersey.
 
Children of PETER TILTON and REBECCA BRAZIER are:
13. i. REBECCA 3 TILTON, b. 06 Sep 1667, Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York.
 ii. JOHN TILTON, b. 11 Jan 1669, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; m. ELIZABETH UNKNOWN.
 iii. PETER TILTON, b. 10 Feb 1672, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 iv. MARY TILTON, b. 08 Sep 1675, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 31 Aug 1678.
 v. THOMAS TILTON, b. 20 Jul 1676, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. May 1677.
 vi. ESTER TILTON, b. 05 Aug 1678, Middletown, New Jersey; d. Bef. 02 Jun 1704; m. RICHARD STOUT.
14. vii. DANIEL TILTON, b. 09 Jul 1679, Middletown, New Jersey.
15. viii. MARY TILTON, b. 02 Feb 1681, Middletown, New Jersey.
16. ix. CATHARINE TILTON, b. 04 Sep 1684, Middletown, New Jersey; d. Bef. 30 Sep 1767.
 x. HENRY TILTON, b. 24 Jan 1686, Middletown, New Jersey; d. Aft. 29 Nov 1709.
 xi. SAMUEL TILTON, b. 17 Mar 1690, Middletown, New Jersey; d. 1764; m. ELIZABETH WILLETT, 04 Feb 1744.


4.  ESTHER2 TILTON (JOHN1) was born 1647, and died 24 Sep 1703.  She married SAMUEL SPICER 21 May 1665, son of THOMAS SPICER and MICHIEL UNKNOWN.  He was born Abt. 1640, and died 1699.
 
Children of ESTHER TILTON and SAMUEL SPICER are:
 i. ABRAHAM3 SPICER, b. 27 Oct 1666.
 ii. JACOB SPICER, b. 20 Mar 1668; m. SARAH UNKNOWN.
 iii. MARY SPICER, b. 20 Oct 1671.
 iv. SARAH SPICER, b. 19 Jun 1674.
 v. MARTHA SPICER, b. 27 Jan 1676.
 vi. SARAH SPICER, b. 16 Feb 1677.
17. vii. ABIGAIL SPICER, b. 26 Mar 1683; d. May 1714.
18. viii. THOMAS SPICER.
 ix. SAMUEL SPICER.


5.  ABIGAIL2 TILTON (JOHN1) was born 1650.  She married (1) RALPH WARNER 15 May 1669.  He died Apr 1678.  She married (2) WILLIAM SCOTT 07 Feb 1678. 
 
Children of ABIGAIL TILTON and RALPH WARNER are:
 i. MARY3 WARNER.
 ii. RALFE WARNER.

 
Children of ABIGAIL TILTON and WILLIAM SCOTT are:
 iii. JOHN3 SCOTT, b. 09 Jan 1680, Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York.
 iv. WILLIAM SCOTT, b. 08 Oct 1681, Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York; d. Dec 1682.
 v. WILLIAM SCOTT, b. 25 Dec 1683, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 08 Jan 1684, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 vi. SAMUEL SCOTT, b. 31 May 1685, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 vii. PETER SCOTT, b. 27 Sep 1687, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 02 Oct 1687.
 viii. ESTER SCOTT, b. 06 Dec 1689, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.


Generation No. 3

6.  PETER3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1)  He married LYDIA BILLS Nov 1722. 
 
Children of PETER TILTON and LYDIA BILLS are:
 i. ABIGAIL4 TILTON, b. 22 Sep 1723; d. Bef. 04 Feb 1808; m. JOSEPH POTTER.
 ii. DANIEL TILTON, b. 05 Nov 1725; d. 21 Aug 1780.
 iii. AMOS TILTON, b. 06 Oct 1727; d. 15 Oct 1765.
 iv. LYDIA TILTON, b. 15 May 1731; d. 1812.
 v. HANNAH TILTON, b. 27 Oct 1735; m. JOHN LIPPINCOTT, 04 Nov 1766.


7.  JOHN3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 14 Apr 1675, and died Aug 1731.  He married MARGARET LIPPINCOTT 29 Jul 1703, daughter of JOHN LIPPINCOTT and ANN BARBER.  She was born 07 May 1683.
 
Children of JOHN TILTON and MARGARET LIPPINCOTT are:
 i. ROBERT4 TILTON, d. 23 Oct 1762; m. MIRIAM ALLEN, 06 Jan 1731.
 ii. NATHAN TILTON, d. 30 Mar 1788; m. INCREASE LIPPINCOTT.
 iii. JOHN TILTON.
 iv. ANN TILTON.
 v. MARGARET TILTON.
 vi. HESTER TILTON.


8.  SAMUEL3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 02 Mar 1678, and died Bef. 06 May 1745.  He married PATIENCE ALLEN 05 Jun 1705, daughter of JEBEDIAH ALLEN and ELIZABETH HOWLAND.  She was born 08 May 1683, and died 1748.
 
Children of SAMUEL TILTON and PATIENCE ALLEN are:
 i. PATIENCE4 TILTON, b. 01 Sep 1717; d. 18 May 1778; m. THOMAS MIDDLETON, 15 Jan 1735.
 ii. ESTHER TILTON, b. 1722; d. 24 Oct 1796; m. WILLIAM LIPPINCOTT.
 iii. ABRAHAM TILTON, d. 1761; m. ELIZABETH THORNE, Dec 1748; b. 05 May 1724.
 iv. ELIZABETH TILTON.
 v. REBECCA TILTON, m. ROBERT LIPPINCOTT.
 vi. SARAH TILTON, m. JOSEPH KILLEY.
 vii. HANNAH TILTON.
 viii. SAMUEL TILTON.


9.  SARAH 3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 14 Nov 1680, and died Jan 1755.  She married WALTER HERBERT 02 Jun 1704 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.  He was born Bet. 1670 - 1685.
 
Children of SARAH TILTON and WALTER HERBERT are:
19. i. REBECCA 4 HERBERT, b. 06 Mar 1705, Middletown, New Jersey.
 ii. DEBORAH HERBERT, b. 01 Feb 1706, Middletown, New Jersey.
 iii. TIMOTHY HERBERT, b. 02 Apr 1709, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; m. SARAH BILLS.
 iv. ESTHER HERBERT, b. 18 Mar 1710, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; m. JAMES IRONS.
20. v. MERIBAH HERBERT, b. 10 Feb 1712, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 vi. PAUL HERBERT, b. 01 Aug 1715, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 vii. SARAH HERBERT, b. Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; m. EDWARD PATTERSON WORTH.
 viii. LYDIA HERBERT, m. WILLIAM BREWER.


10.  DANIEL3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 27 Dec 1682.  He married ELIZABETH POWELL. 
 
Children of DANIEL TILTON and ELIZABETH POWELL are:
 i. JOHN4 TILTON, m. FRANCES THOMSON.
 ii. MARY TILTON, m. JOB RIDGWAY, 10 Oct 1744.
 iii. MARGARET TILTON, m. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 05 May 1748.
 iv. ANN TILTON, m. JOHN HARVEY, 03 Jul 1758.
 v. SARAH TILTON.
 vi. PHEBE TILTON.


11.  THOMAS3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 20 Dec 1684, and died 04 Jan 1763.  He married FAITH LAWRENCE 07 Oct 1717, daughter of JOSEPH LAWRENCE and SARAH WORTH. 
 
Children of THOMAS TILTON and FAITH LAWRENCE are:
 i. SARAH4 TILTON, b. 10 Sep 1718; m. EBENEZER COOK, May 1741.
 ii. REBECCA TILTON, b. 04 Jul 1720; m. BENJAMIN BORDEN.
 iii. ELIZABETH TILTON, b. 26 Mar 1724.
 iv. HANNAH TILTON, b. 24 Jun 1726; m. RICHARD BORDEN, 22 Jul 1758.
 v. MARY TILTON, b. 16 Apr 1728; m. SAMUEL LAWRENCE.
 vi. RACHEL TILTON, b. 14 Jul 1730.
 vii. THOMAS TILTON, b. 14 Apr 1732; d. Mar 1811.
 viii. PATIENCE TILTON, b. 03 Jan 1735; m. JOHN CURTIS.
 ix. LYDIA TILTON, b. 05 Mar 1738; m. (1) HERBERT CURTIS; m. (2) WILLIAM PIERCE.
 x. JOHN TILTON, b. 05 May 1739; m. ELIZABETH GIFFORD, 23 Jul 1766.
 xi. DEBORAH TILTON, b. 21 Dec 1740; m. (1) JOSEPH LAWRENCE, 22 Feb 1766; m. (2) JOSEPH HAHURST, 09 Dec 1767.
 xii. JOSEPH TILTON, b. 24 Dec 1741; m. DEBORAH POTTER.
 xiii. ESTHER TILTON, b. 10 May 1722; d. 11 Aug 1777; m. (1) JEREMIAH BORDEN; m. (2) AMOS WHITE, 17 Dec 1761; d. 21 Dec 1770.


12.  MARY3 TILTON (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 21 Oct 1686.  She married JAMES GROVER Bef. 06 Nov 1717, son of JOSEPH GROVER and HANNAH LAWRENCE. 
 
Child of MARY TILTON and JAMES GROVER is:
 i. SYLVANUS4 GROVER.


13.  REBECCA 3 TILTON (PETER2, JOHN1) was born 06 Sep 1667 in Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York.  She married DANIEL APPLEGATE 1686, son of BARTHOLOMEW APPLEGATE and ANNETJE PATRICK.  He was born Abt. 1658, and died Abt. 1710.
 
Children of REBECCA TILTON and DANIEL APPLEGATE are:
21. i. JACOB 4 APPLEGATE.
 ii. JOHN APPLEGATE.
 iii. BARTHOLOMEW APPLEGATE.
 iv. EBENEZER APPLEGATE.
 v. SUSANNAH APPLEGATE.
 vi. HANNAH APPLEGATE.
 vii. MARY APPLEGATE.
 viii. REBECCA APPLEGATE.


14.  DANIEL3 TILTON (PETER2, JOHN1) was born 09 Jul 1679 in Middletown, New Jersey.  He married SARAH WYCKHOFF. 
 
Children of DANIEL TILTON and SARAH WYCKHOFF are:
 i. PETER4 TILTON.
 ii. SARAH TILTON.
 iii. JOHN TILTON.
 iv. HANNAH TILTON.
 v. CATHARINE TILTON.
 vi. DANIEL TILTON.
 vii. SAMUEL TILTON.
 viii. JOSEPH TILTON.
 ix. MOTT TILTON.


15.  MARY3 TILTON (PETER2, JOHN1) was born 02 Feb 1681 in Middletown, New Jersey.  She married RICHARD STOUT Bef. 02 Jun 1704, son of JOHN STOUT. 
 
Children of MARY TILTON and RICHARD STOUT are:
 i. JOHN4 STOUT, b. 08 Jan 1701; d. 16 Aug 1782.
 ii. JONATHAN STOUT, b. 16 Mar 1704.
 iii. MARY STOUT.
 iv. CATHERINE STOUT.
 v. REBECCA STOUT.


16.  CATHARINE 3 TILTON (PETER2, JOHN1) was born 04 Sep 1684 in Middletown, New Jersey, and died Bef. 30 Sep 1767.  She married HUGH HARTSHORNE, son of RICHARD HARTSHORNE and MARGARET CARR.  He was born 21 Aug 1685 in Monmouth, New Jersey, and died 1742.
 
Children of CATHARINE TILTON and HUGH HARTSHORNE are:
 i. ALICE4 HARTSHORNE, m. JOSEPH APPLEGATE.
22. ii. CATHARINE HARTSHORNE.
 iii. ELIZABETH HARTSHORNE.
23. iv. MARGARET HARTSHORNE, d. Bef. 18 May 1765.
 v. MARY HARTSHORNE, m. ELIAS BAILY.
 vi. MERCY HARTSHORNE.
24. vii. REBECCA HARTSHORNE.
 viii. RICHARD HARTSHORNE.
 ix. ROBERT HARTSHORNE.
25. x. SARAH HARTSHORNE.


17.  ABIGAIL3 SPICER (ESTHER2 TILTON, JOHN1) was born 26 Mar 1683, and died May 1714.  She married DANIEL STANTON Abt. 1707, son of DANIEL STANTON and ELIZABETH WOOLLEY.  He was born 19 Apr 1682, and died 1708.
 
Child of ABIGAIL SPICER and DANIEL STANTON is:
 i. DANIEL4 STANTON, b. 1708; d. 29 Jun 1770; m. SARAH LLOYD.


18.  THOMAS3 SPICER (ESTHER2 TILTON, JOHN1)  He married ABIGAIL DAVENPORT, daughter of FRANCIS DAVENPORT and SARAH UNKNOWN. 
 
Child of THOMAS SPICER and ABIGAIL DAVENPORT is:
 i. SAMUEL4 SPICER, b. 29 Oct 1720; m. (1) SARAH POTTER; m. (2) ABIGAIL WILLARD, 03 Aug 1743; d. 24 Apr 1752.


Generation No. 4

19.  REBECCA 4 HERBERT (SARAH3 TILTON, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 06 Mar 1705 in Middletown, New Jersey.  She married JOHN CURTIS Abt. 1724, son of DAVID CURTIS and RACHEL WRIGHT. 
 
Children of REBECCA HERBERT and JOHN CURTIS are:
26. i. THOMAS 5 CURTIS.
 ii. JOHN CURTIS, m. PATIENCE TILTON; b. 03 Jan 1735.


20.  MERIBAH4 HERBERT (SARAH3 TILTON, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 10 Feb 1712 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.  She married DAVID CURTIS Jun 1734. 
 
Child of MERIBAH HERBERT and DAVID CURTIS is:
 i. DAVID5 CURTIS, m. LYDIA WHITE, 19 May 1756, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; b. 06 Jun 1739; d. 16 Apr 1827.


21.  JACOB 4 APPLEGATE (REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1)  He married CATHERINE MANLEES
 
Child of JACOB APPLEGATE and CATHERINE MANLEES is:
27. i. CATHERINE 5 APPLEGATE, b. Abt. 1732, Monmouth, New Jersey.


22.  CATHARINE4 HARTSHORNE (CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1)  She married UNKNOWN BOWNE. 
 
Child of CATHARINE HARTSHORNE and UNKNOWN BOWNE is:
 i. LYDIA5 BOWNE.


23.  MARGARET 4 HARTSHORNE (CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) died Bef. 18 May 1765.  She married ROBERT WHITE, son of PETER WHITE and MARY WORTHLEY.  He died Aft. 10 Oct 1773.
 
Children of MARGARET HARTSHORNE and ROBERT WHITE are:
28. i. SAMUEL 5 WHITE, d. Bet. 15 Oct 1793 - 19 Feb 1794.
 ii. MARGARET WHITE, d. Bef. 18 May 1765.
 iii. RICHARD WHITE.
 iv. DEBORAH WHITE.
 v. FRANCES WHITE.
 vi. HARTSHORNE WHITE.
29. vii. ROBERT WHITE.


24.  REBECCA4 HARTSHORNE (CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1)  She married GEORGE NIXON. 
 
Children of REBECCA HARTSHORNE and GEORGE NIXON are:
 i. MARGARET5 NIXON.
 ii. CATHERINE NIXON.


25.  SARAH4 HARTSHORNE (CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1)  She married JAMES VANBRACKLE. 
 
Children of SARAH HARTSHORNE and JAMES VANBRACKLE are:
 i. SARAH5 VAN BRACKLE.
 ii. SAMUEL VAN BRACKLE.
 iii. JOHN VAN BRACKLE.


Generation No. 5

26.  THOMAS 5 CURTIS (REBECCA4 HERBERT, SARAH3 TILTON, JOHN2, JOHN1)  He married MARGARET CORLIES 21 May 1767, daughter of JOSEPH CORLIES and MARGARET WOODMANSEE.  She was born 05 Feb 1746 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died 10 Nov 1779.
 
Child of THOMAS CURTIS and MARGARET CORLIES is:
30. i. JOHN 6 CURTIS, b. 17 Jul 1775; d. 22 Jun 1825.


27.  CATHERINE 5 APPLEGATE (JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1732 in Monmouth, New Jersey.  She married (1) JOSHUA HUDDY.    She married (2) LEVI HART 09 Dec 1757 in New Jersey.  He was born Bet. 1710 - 1715 in England, and died Sep 1775 in Colt's Neck, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 
Children of CATHERINE APPLEGATE and LEVI HART are:
31. i. REBECCA6 HART, b. Abt. 1758; d. 15 Aug 1838.
 ii. JACOB HART, b. Abt. 1760; d. Bef. 16 Oct 1816; m. MARGARET WHITE.
32. iii. EBENEZER HART, b. Abt. 1761; d. 18 Aug 1831.
 iv. NAPTHALI HART, b. Abt. 1770.
 v. CATHERINE HART, b. Abt. 1771.
33. vi. JOHN HART, b. 1773; d. 04 Feb 1846, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.


28.  SAMUEL 5 WHITE (MARGARET4 HARTSHORNE, CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) died Bet. 15 Oct 1793 - 19 Feb 1794.  He married JEMIMA MOUNT, daughter of TIMOTHY MOUNT and ELIZABETH WHITE.  She died 03 Jan 1817.
 
Children of SAMUEL WHITE and JEMIMA MOUNT are:
34. i. MEHETABEL 6 WHITE, b. 27 Aug 1763; d. 15 Mar 1849.
 ii. TIMOTHY WHITE, m. HANNAH CRAWFORD.
 iii. ROBERT WHITE.
 iv. MARGARET WHITE, m. (1) UNKNOWN WARDELL; m. (2) JACOB HART; b. Abt. 1760; d. Bef. 16 Oct 1816.


29.  ROBERT5 WHITE (MARGARET4 HARTSHORNE, CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1)  He married MARY PRICE. 
 
Child of ROBERT WHITE and MARY PRICE is:
 i. ROBERT R6 WHITE, b. 1753; d. 1815; m. CLEMENCE DENNIS.


Generation No. 6

30.  JOHN 6 CURTIS (THOMAS5, REBECCA4 HERBERT, SARAH3 TILTON, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 17 Jul 1775, and died 22 Jun 1825.  He married ANN CORLIES 20 Dec 1801, daughter of JOHN CORLIES and RACHEL WHITE.  She was born 08 Jun 1781, and died 16 Feb 1866.
 
Children of JOHN CURTIS and ANN CORLIES are:
 i. TIMOTHY7 CURTIS, b. 28 Mar 1809.
 ii. ELIZABETH CURTIS, b. 05 May 1812, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 10 Dec 1870.
35. iii. SUSAN CURTIS, b. 04 Sep 1818, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 18 Dec 1891, Brooklyn, New York.
 iv. THOMAS CURTIS, b. 1822, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 1920; m. REBECCA PERRINE; b. 1826; d. 1851.
 v. ANN CURTIS, b. Abt. 1823.
 vi. MARGARET CURTIS, b. Abt. 1824.
 vii. JOHN CURTIS, b. Abt. 1834, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.


31.  REBECCA6 HART (CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1758, and died 15 Aug 1838.  She married (1) WILLIAM WHITE.  He died 16 Nov 1825.  She married (2) ELIAS LONGSTREET 06 Jun 1779.  He was born 1747 in Marlboro, New Jersey, and died 10 Apr 1788.
 
Children of REBECCA HART and ELIAS LONGSTREET are:
 i. ANN7 LONGSTREET.
 ii. CATHERINE LONGSTREET.


32.  EBENEZER6 HART (CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1761, and died 18 Aug 1831.  He married PERMILLIA WAINWRIGHT Oct 1782.  She was born 09 Mar 1763, and died 08 Mar 1838.
 
Children of EBENEZER HART and PERMILLIA WAINWRIGHT are:
 i. ELIAS7 HART, b. 01 Jan 1794.
 ii. LEVI HART, b. 08 May 1786.
 iii. PERMILLIA HART.
 iv. ZELPHIA HART.
 v. WALTER HART.
 vi. MARGARET HART.
 vii. ELIZABETH HART, b. 13 Feb 1792.
 viii. JACOB HART, b. 22 Dec 1802; d. 24 Dec 1842.


33.  JOHN 6 HART (CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born 1773, and died 04 Feb 1846 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.  He married ANN TRAFFORD 22 Oct 1807 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, daughter of SAMUEL TRAFFORD and MEHETABEL WHITE.  She was born 12 Jul 1786, and died 19 Feb 1869 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 
Children of JOHN HART and ANN TRAFFORD are:
 i. MEHETEBEL7 HART, b. 10 Dec 1810; d. 06 Jan 1883; m. CHARLES WHITE, 11 Mar 1840; b. 15 Dec 1813; d. 27 May 1888.
36. ii. JOHN HART, b. 25 Feb 1815, Bloomingdale, Manhatten, New York; d. 20 Aug 1895, Brooklyn, New York.
37. iii. JACOB HART, b. 04 Jul 1828, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. 06 Jul 1918.


34.  MEHETABEL 6 WHITE (SAMUEL5, MARGARET4 HARTSHORNE, CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born 27 Aug 1763, and died 15 Mar 1849.  She married SAMUEL TRAFFORD Sep 1782, son of SAMUEL TRAFFORD and CONTENT BILLS. 
 
Children of MEHETABEL WHITE and SAMUEL TRAFFORD are:
 i. ELIZABETH7 TRAFFORD, b. 12 May 1783.
 ii. JEMIMA TRAFFORD, b. 13 Aug 1784; d. 1863; m. BENJAMIN BREWER.
38. iii. ANN TRAFFORD, b. 12 Jul 1786; d. 19 Feb 1869, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 iv. SAMUEL WHITE TRAFFORD, b. 07 Dec 1788; d. 05 Oct 1865; m. MARGARET TYSON, 10 Oct 1816; b. 28 Aug 1787; d. 25 Apr 1873.
 v. ELIZABETH TRAFFORD, b. 05 Jul 1791.
 vi. ABRAHAM WHITE TRAFFORD, b. 02 Dec 1793; d. 26 Jun 1802.
 vii. MARGARET HART TRAFFORD, b. 17 May 1796; d. 08 Nov 1825; m. GEORGE KLOTS.
 viii. DEBORAH TRAFFORD, b. 18 Aug 1798; d. 30 Mar 1829; m. JAMES PATTERSON, 12 Oct 1817; b. 25 Mar 1794; d. 02 May 1867.
 ix. CATHERINE HART TRAFFORD, b. 30 Aug 1801; m. CHARLES G ALLEN; b. 04 Aug 1800; d. 31 Mar 1885.
 x. ABRAHAM TRAFFORD, b. 31 Dec 1804; d. 27 Aug 1871; m. BASILEA HARMER; b. 28 Oct 1814; d. 13 Sep 1894.


Generation No. 7

35.  SUSAN 7 CURTIS (JOHN6, THOMAS5, REBECCA4 HERBERT, SARAH3 TILTON, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 04 Sep 1818 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died 18 Dec 1891 in Brooklyn, New York.  She married JOHN HART, son of JOHN HART and ANN TRAFFORD.  He was born 25 Feb 1815 in Bloomingdale, Manhatten, New York, and died 20 Aug 1895 in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Children of SUSAN CURTIS and JOHN HART are:
 i. ASHER C8 HART, b. Abt. 1840, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 ii. JOHN H HART, b. Abt. 1842, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
39. iii. THOMAS CURTIS HART, b. Abt. 1844, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey; d. Bef. 14 Jun 1900, Brooklyn, New York.
 iv. FREDERICK HART, b. Abt. 1846, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 v. ANNA HART, b. Abt. Jun 1850, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 vi. CHARLES HART, b. Bet. Jan - Feb 1860, Brooklyn, New York.


36.  JOHN 7 HART (JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born 25 Feb 1815 in Bloomingdale, Manhatten, New York, and died 20 Aug 1895 in Brooklyn, New York.  He married SUSAN CURTIS, daughter of JOHN CURTIS and ANN CORLIES.  She was born 04 Sep 1818 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died 18 Dec 1891 in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Children are listed above under (35) Susan Curtis.

37.  JACOB7 HART (JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born 04 Jul 1828 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died 06 Jul 1918.  He married EUGENIA COE.  She was born 25 Nov 1830 in New York, and died 20 Feb 1907.
 
Children of JACOB HART and EUGENIA COE are:
 i. CHARLES AUGUSTUS8 HART, b. 06 Feb 1858; d. 13 Aug 1858.
 ii. FRANK TRAFFORD HART, b. 08 Sep 1859, Brooklyn, New York; d. 23 Mar 1892.
 iii. THEODORE COE HART, b. 04 May 1862, Brooklyn, New York; d. 06 Apr 1891.
 iv. EMMA LOUISE HART, b. 18 Jan 1867; d. 30 Mar 1867.


38.  ANN 7 TRAFFORD (MEHETABEL6 WHITE, SAMUEL5, MARGARET4 HARTSHORNE, CATHARINE3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born 12 Jul 1786, and died 19 Feb 1869 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.  She married JOHN HART 22 Oct 1807 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, son of LEVI HART and CATHERINE APPLEGATE.  He was born 1773, and died 04 Feb 1846 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey.
 
Children are listed above under (33) John Hart.

Generation No. 8

39.  THOMAS CURTIS8 HART (JOHN7, JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1844 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died Bef. 14 Jun 1900 in Brooklyn, New York.  He married (1) ELLEN MCMACKIN Bet. 1860 - 1870.  She was born Abt. 1839 in New York, and died Bet. Aug 1870 - Oct 1871.  He married (2) EMMA LOUISE RIMMER 02 Oct 1871 in Brooklyn, New York, daughter of JOSEPH RIMMER and MARGARET VANPELT.  She was born Mar 1855 in New York, and died 04 Jul 1932 in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Children of THOMAS HART and ELLEN MCMACKIN are:
40. i. FREDERICK9 HART, b. Abt. 1865, New York.
 ii. ANNA M HART, b. Abt. 1867, New York.

 
Children of THOMAS HART and EMMA RIMMER are:
 iii. AMY9 HART, b. Abt. 1872, Brooklyn, New York; d. Bef. 1900.
 iv. LOUISA HART, b. Jul 1873, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1900.
 v. SUSAN HART, b. Jun 1875, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1900.
 vi. CHARLES HART, b. Nov 1877, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1900.
41. vii. ELIZABETH SUSAN HART, b. Dec 1880, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1910.
 viii. EMILY HART, b. Dec 1882, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1930; m. UNKNOWN VANDERBILT, Bet. 1910 - 1920; d. Bef. 1920.
 ix. LILY HART, b. Abt. 1884; d. Bef. 1900.
 x. MAY HART, b. Abt. 1886; d. Bef. 1900.
42. xi. MAUDE HART, b. Aug 1888, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1930.
 xii. GRACE HART, b. Oct 1893, Brooklyn, New York; d. Aft. 1900.


Generation No. 9

40.  FREDERICK9 HART (THOMAS CURTIS8, JOHN7, JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1865 in New York.  He married MARY GILLESPIE. 
 
Children of FREDERICK HART and MARY GILLESPIE are:
43. i. SARAH10 HART.
44. ii. FREDERICK HART, b. 1889.


41.  ELIZABETH SUSAN 9 HART (THOMAS CURTIS8, JOHN7, JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Dec 1880 in Brooklyn, New York, and died Aft. 1910.  She married DANIEL AUGUSTUS REARDON 06 Jan 1906 in Brooklyn, New York, son of DANIEL REARDON and CATHERINE KAILEY.  He was born Abt. 1879 in Brooklyn, New York, and died 25 Mar 1913 in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Children of ELIZABETH HART and DANIEL REARDON are:
 i. DANIEL PATRICK10 REARDON, b. Abt. 1907, Brooklyn, New York; d. 21 Nov 1939.
45. ii. JAMES FRANK REARDON, b. 02 Apr 1909, Brooklyn, New York; d. 22 Jan 2001, Far Rockaway, Queens, New York.
 iii. GRACE REARDON, b. 17 Nov 1910, Brooklyn, New York; d. 27 Mar 1913, Brooklyn, New York.


42.  MAUDE9 HART (THOMAS CURTIS8, JOHN7, JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born Aug 1888 in Brooklyn, New York, and died Aft. 1930.  She married MATHEW HILL 21 Jan 1906 in Brooklyn, New York.  He was born Abt. 1886 in New York, and died Bet. 1910 - 1920.
 
Children of MAUDE HART and MATHEW HILL are:
 i. WALTER E10 HILL, b. Abt. 1907, Brooklyn, New York.
 ii. MARION F HILL, b. Abt. 1911, Brooklyn, New York.


Generation No. 10

43.  SARAH10 HART (FREDERICK9, THOMAS CURTIS8, JOHN7, JOHN6, CATHERINE5 APPLEGATE, JACOB4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1)  She married HENRY MYERRICKS. 
 
Child of SARAH HART and HENRY MYERRICKS is:
 i. EVELYN11 MYERRICKS, b. 1925; m. UNKNOWN REARDON.


44.  FREDERICK 10 HART (FREDERICK 9, THOMAS CURTIS 8, JOHN 7, JOHN 6, CATHERINE 5 APPLEGATE, JACOB 4, REBECCA3 TILTON, PETER2, JOHN1) was born 1889.  He married CATHERINE O'ROUKE.  She died 1973.
 
Child of FREDERICK HART and CATHERINE O'ROUKE is:
 i. FREDERICK11 HART, b. 1923.


45.  JAMES FRANK 10 REARDON (ELIZABETH SUSAN 9 HART, THOMAS CURTIS 8, JOHN 7, JOHN 6, CATHERINE 5 APPLEGATE, JACOB 4, REBECCA 3 TILTON, PETER 2, JOHN 1) was born 02 Apr 1909 in Brooklyn, New York, and died 22 Jan 2001 in Far Rockaway, Queens, New York.  He married MARY BELL JOHNSON, daughter of JOHN JOHNSON and MARY HOWE.  She was born 08 Jul 1901 in South Shields, Durham, England, and died 06 Jun 1992 in Port Jefferson, Suffolk, New York.
 

 

 



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