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Franklin Abram Tittemore
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Note*: Franklin owned a company that manufactured Paint Stripping Equipment inPacific Grove, California for the California highways.
Birth*: 6 February 1883, Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 6 February 1908, Principal=Laura Marcella Damon
Death*: 9 November 1968, Pacific Grove, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Hubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 August 1854, d. 1916
Mother: Mary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 August 1855, d. 20 March 1947

Family:

Laura Marcella Damon b. 1891, d. 1978

Children:

Everett Damon 'Tittemore' Tettemore+ b. 1 Sep 1908
Donald Irwin 'Don' Tettemore+ b. 1 Jan 1921, d. 22 Nov 1991

Hubert Eugene Tittemore
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Birth*: 2 August 1854, Saint Arant Center, Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada
Marriage*: 11 November 1875, Principal=Mary Elizabeth Pell
Death*: 1916, Monterrey County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Abram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
Mother: Elizabeth E. (?) b. 15 July 1833

Family:

Mary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 August 1855, d. 20 March 1947

Children:

Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore b. 22 Nov 1880, d. 5 Nov 1972
Franklin Abram Tittemore+ b. 6 Feb 1883, d. 9 Nov 1968
James Carlton Tittemore b. 5 Apr 1890, d. c 1970
Cyril Lesie Tittemore b. 18 Aug 1899, d. c 1980

James Carlton Tittemore
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Birth*: 5 April 1890, Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 14 November 1912, Principal=Mabel E. Ames
Death*: circa 1970, Richmond, Alameda County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Hubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 August 1854, d. 1916
Mother: Mary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 August 1855, d. 20 March 1947

Family:

Mabel E. Ames b. 13 August 1900, d. 29 March 1971

Jennie Maria Tittemore
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Birth*: 29 June 1864, Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Abram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
Mother: Elizabeth E. (?) b. 15 July 1833

Louisa Elenor Tittemore
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Birth*: 7 August 1875, Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Abram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
Mother: Elizabeth E. (?) b. 15 July 1833

Morrill Abram Tittemore
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Birth*: 10 October 1860, Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Abram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
Mother: Elizabeth E. (?) b. 15 July 1833

Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore
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Birth*: 22 November 1880, Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 8 March 1909, Principal=Chester H. Andrews
Death*: 5 November 1972, Pacific Grove, Monterey County, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Hubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 August 1854, d. 1916
Mother: Mary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 August 1855, d. 20 March 1947

Family:

Chester H. Andrews

A A Titus
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1835
Marriage*: after 1870, Principal=Lucy Corey

Family:

Lucy Corey b. circa 1836

Abiel Titus
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Name Variation: Abial Titus
Birth*: 17 March 1639, Weymouth, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 1672, Huntington, Long Island, Queens County, New York, Principal=Rebecca Scudder
Death*: 1736, Huntington, Long Island, New York

Parents:

Father: Robert Titus b. circa 1600, d. circa 1679
Mother: Hannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 March 1678/79

Family:

Rebecca Scudder b. circa 1650

Abigail Titus
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Birth*: 18 February 1651, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Death*: 31 May 1734

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1627, d. 16 April 1690
Mother: Rachel (?) d. circa 1658

Alithea Titus
Name Variation: Althea Titus
Marriage*: 16 May 1732, A marriage is recorded between a John Titus and Alithea Titus, by Rev. John Greenwood on May 16, 1732, with intentions posted on Jan. 8,1731-32. A subsequent entry records the marriage of Alithea Titus, widow, to Isaiah Carpenter on Sep.12, 1734 by Rev. John Greenwood. He b. Feb.7, 1714 at Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA, son of Noah and Sarah (Johnson). Their child: 6. Amy Titus. (Amie, according to Titus records, Ame on Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut marriage record, Ame on son, Amasa's Pomfret birth record). b.1733. d. Apr. 3, 1808 (New Brunswick records). There is no definite proof, but evidence suggests that Amie Titus, daughter of the above John and Althea Titus, is the same Amy Titus that married Edward Coy and settled in New Brunswick. Pomfret town records read of the 'marriage between Edward Coye and Ame Titus solemnized January ye 2nd 1755.' As far as it can be determined this is the only Pomfret record containing a Titus name, although the birth of their son is recorded as follows: 'Amasa Coye son of Edward Coye by Ame his wife born July ye 31 1757.' m. J. Edward Coye (previously McCoy, later Coy). He b. May 6, 1725 at Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut. d. Sep. 19, 1795., Principal=John Titus

Family:

John Titus b. 26 September 1703, d. 9 October 1732

Children:

Amy Titus+ b. Jul 1733, d. 3 Apr 1808

Amy Titus
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Religion*: Baptist
Note*: Amy Titus. (Amie, according to Titus records, Ame on Pomfret, Windham Co., CT marriage record, Ame on son, Amasa's Pomfret birth record). b.1733. d. Apr. 3, 1808 (New Brunswick records). There is no definite proof, but evidence suggests that Amie Titus, daughter of the above John and Althea Titus, is the same Amy Titus that married Edward Coy and settled in New Brunswick. Pomfret town records read of the 'marriage between Edward Coye and Ame Titus solemnized January ye 2nd 1755.' As far as it can be determined this is the only Pomfret record containing aTitus name, although the birth of their son is recorded as follows: 'Amasa Coye son of Edward Coye by Ame his wife born July ye 31 1757.' m.J. Edward Coye (previously McCoy, later Coy). He b. May 6, 1725 at Pomfret, Windham Co., CT. d. Sep. 19, 1795. He was one of the founders of the Congregational Church at Maugerville, N.B. in the 1760's. His will, dated Jan. 22, 1795 and proved Dec. 11, 1795 in the Township of Gage,Queens Co., N.B. reads as follows: 'Wife Lot 7 in Waterborough and half the improvements on the high Land in the Township of Gage during her life while my widow. Sons Amasa, John, Edward, David and Benjamin the remainder of my real and personal estate, they to pay their sisters Sarah 10 pounds, Lavine 12 pounds, Hannah 15 pounds, Mary 12 pounds and Anna 10 pounds.' Son Amasa and son-in-lawThomas Turner executors. Witnesses: Zebulon Estey, Benjamin Newcomb Jr.,Elijah Estabrooks Jr. Inventory dated 'March ye 19' 1796, valued at 605 pounds by Thomas Hartt and Silvanus Plummer included a note of hand of Eleazer Slocum and Andrew Joslin to Amasa Coy, Lots 6 and 7 in Waterborough, land in Gagetown and livestock.

Below was received from Bill Arthurs, 1228 Lampman Crescent, Ottawa,Ontario, K2C 1P8 Canada E-mail: arthurs@@cyberus.ca 6. Amy Titus. (Amie, according to Titus records, Ame on Pomfret, Windham Co., CT marriage record, Ame on son, Amasa's Pomfret birth record). b.1733. d. Apr. 3, 1808 (New Brunswick records). There is no definite proof, but evidence suggests that Amie Titus, daughter of the above John and Althea Titus, is the same Amy Titus that married Edward Coy and settled in New Brunswick. Pomfret town records read of the 'marriage between Edward Coye and Ame Titus solemnized January ye 2nd 1755.' As far as it can be determined this is the only Pomfret record containing aTitus name, although the birth of their son is recorded as follows:'Amasa Coye son of Edward Coye by Ame his wife born July ye 31 1757.' m.J. Edward Coye (previously McCoy, later Coy). He b. May 6, 1725 atPomfret, Windham Co., CT. d. Sep. 19, 1795 at Upper Gagetown, Queens Co.,N.B. He was one of the founders of the Congregational Church atMaugerville, N.B. in the 1760's. His will, dated Jan. 22, 1795 and provedDec. 11, 1795 in the Township of Gage, Queens Co., N.B. reads as follows:'Wife Lot 7 in Waterborough and half the improvements on the high Land inthe Township of Gage during her life while my widow. Sons Amasa, John,Edward, David and Benjamin the remainder of my real and personal estate,they to pay their sisters Sarah 10 pounds, Lavine 12 pounds, Hannah 15pounds, Mary 12 pounds and Anna 10 pounds.' Son Amasa and son-in-lawThomas Turner executors. Witnesses: Zebulon Estey, Benjamin Newcomb Jr.,Elijah Estabrooks Jr. Inventory dated 'March ye 19' 1796, valued at 605pounds by Thomas Hartt and Silvanus Plummer included a note of hand ofEleazer Slocum and Andrew Joslin to Amasa Coy, Lots 6 and 7 inWaterborough, land in Gagetown and livestock. The following excerpt is from E. Stone Wiggins' 'History of Queens Co.,N.B.' 'Coy, (at first McCoy) Edward of Pomfret, Connecticut. Came to NewBrunswick in 1763 and settled on the banks of the St. John, in that partof the country now called Canning. He and his family spent their firstsummer in a cave which he dug in the bank of the intervale, but which hewas obliged to relinquish for a camp on the high land, on the approach ofwinter and the autumn floods. During the first few years in theirwilderness home, Mr. Coy and his family experienced the severesthardships, living chiefly on fish mainly bass, which at that timeabounded in the river and the ground-nut which grew plentifully on theintervale. The latter, when roasted, is not unlike the sweet potato.During the second year he was obliged to dig out the potatoes which hehad planted in order to keep his family from starving, and on oneoccasion, after the children had retired for the night, Mrs. Coyapproached their emaciated forms to discover whether or not they wereliving. In the following winter food became so scarce that he was obligedto travel on snow-shoes with a toboggan or handsled to the mouth of theSt. John where there were a few French houses in search of provision. Allhe could obtain was a half a barrel of eels. With these he set out on hishomeward journey, but on coming up the river to a certain point, hemistook an inlet for the main channel, and darkness setting in he wasobliged to make his bed in the snow. From this circumstance The Mistaketook its name.' Mr. Coy was a member of the first Presbyterian Churchorganized in Sheffield, Sunbury Co., N.B. In an article in the Saint John Daily Telegraph on Sep. 10 and 11, 1894 areport was produced titled 'Before the Loyalists, The Inhabitants On TheSaint John.' The report was originally made for Major G. Studholm,Commandant of Fort Howe, on Jun. 30, 1783 and listed the settlers on theSaint John River, presumably as a guide as to whether or not they wereloyal to the Crown and thus to be allowed to retain possession of theirlands. The following comment was made in this report regarding EdwardCoy: ' Edward Coy has a wife and 6 children; has a log house and about 15acres of cleared land. Holds by virtue of a lease from William Spry, Esq.dated July 12th, 1770, for 200 acres of land. Was a rebel committee man.'Their children i Amasa Coy b. July 31, 1757. ii John Coy b. Jan. 27 1766. iii Asa Coy b. July 24, 1759. He died at age 25. iv Edward Coy, Jr. b. Feb. 27, 1768. v David Coy b. March 8, 1776. vi Benjamin Coy b. 1778. vii Sarah Coy b. July 15, 1755. viii Lavina Coy b. Aug. 30, 1761, m. Gershom Bonnel. ix Hannah Jane Coy b. Sept. 20, 1763. x Mary Coy b. Sept. 1, 1771, m. (1) Feb. 15, 1795, in Gagetown,N.B., David Morris b. Feb. 15, 1766, m. (2) Feb 15, 1795,Leverett Bradley b. 1766. David Morris' Will made in the City of SaintJohn, administration grated March 6, 1817 to the widow MaryMorris and Alexander McLeod, Merchant. No childrenmentioned. xi Amy Coy.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Name Variation: Ame Titus
Name Variation: Amie Coy
Birth: circa 1733
Birth*: July 1733, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, (U.S.A.)
Marriage*: 2 January 1755, Abington Congregational Church, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, (U.S.A.), Principal=Edward J. Coy Sr.
Death: 4 April 1802, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, (Canada)
Death*: 3 April 1808, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, (Canada), the year 1808 is inscribed on her headstone.
Burial: Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, (Canada)

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 26 September 1703, d. 9 October 1732
Mother: Alithea Titus

Family:

Marriage*: 2 January 1755, Abington Congregational Church, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, (U.S.A.), Principal=Edward J. Coy Sr.

Edward J. Coy Sr. b. 6 May 1725, d. 19 September 1795

Children:

Elither Coy
William Coy
Sarah Coy+ b. 15 Jul 1755, d. 31 Jul 1829
Amasa Coy+ b. 31 Jul 1757, d. 18 Jul 1838
Asa Coy b. 24 Jul 1759, d. 1784
Lavina 'Lavine' Coy+ b. 30 Aug 1761
Hannah Jane Coy+ b. 20 Sep 1763
John Coy Sr.+ b. 27 Jan 1766, d. 18 Dec 1814
Edward Coy Jr.+ b. 27 Feb 1768, d. 14 Jan 1849
Mary Coy b. 1 Sep 1771, d. 12 Mar 1859
David Coy+ b. 8 Mar 1773, d. 28 Dec 1866
Amy Coy+ b. c 1777
Rev. Benjamin Coy+ b. c 1778, d. 14 Mar 1865

Benjamin Titus
Burial*: pehaps in Titus Burying Ground, Jemseg, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Birth*: Of Waterbough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 22 June 1843, Principal=Dorcas Anne Dykeman

Family:

Dorcas Anne Dykeman

Bessie Mabel Titus
Marriage*: Principal=Wilmot Tully Dykeman

Family:

Wilmot Tully Dykeman b. 12 February 1881

Children:

Carrie Gertrude Dykeman b. 30 Apr 1906

Carolina Blanch Titus
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Clyde Ormand Doty d. Deceased

Children:

Leone Laverne Doty+ b. 29 Sep 1896, d. Deceased

Charles Titus
Birth*: Of Hampton, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 15 January 1823, Principal=Elizabeth Dykeman

Family:

Elizabeth Dykeman b. 23 July 1805

Children:

Dorcas Dykeman Titus

Charles Titus
Note*: Charles was also married to Elisabeth. In the 1871 Census of Upham, Charles Titus was listed as a 71 year old widower. He was a first cousin to Rachel's mother. Charles died in Sep.1879 and he is buried in the Titus Hill Cemetery, Titusville, Kings County, N.B., with his first wife, Elizabeth who died in Feb. 1870 at age of 65. A notice in the St. John Semi Weekly Sun on Jun 21, 1906 noted the death of the widow of the late Chas. Titus after a short illness 'last Thursday' at the home of her niece, Mrs. James W. Day, at McQuapit Lake', Sheffield, N.B. Buried in the public cemetery at Lakeville Corner. No children of this marriage in these records.
Marriage*: Principal=(?) Elizabeth
Birth*: 1800
Marriage*: 10 July 1871, Carlton County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Rachel Stone
Death*: September 1879, Titus Hill Cemetery, Titusville, New Brunswick, Canada

Family 1:

(?) Elizabeth b. February 1870

Family 2:

Rachel Stone b. 10 June 1820

Content Titus
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Birth*: 28 March 1643, Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Weymouth Vital Records.
Marriage*: circa 1665, Principal=Elizabeth Moore
Death*: 17 January 1730

Parents:

Father: Robert Titus b. circa 1600, d. circa 1679
Mother: Hannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 March 1678/79

Family:

Elizabeth Moore b. between 1630 and 1647, d. before July 1711

Donna Faye Titus
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Birth*: January 1941
Death*: 13 March 1941

Parents:

Father: Edgington Earl 'Edgie' Titus b. 5 March 1912, d. 16 June 1985
Mother: Dorothy Geraldine Swift b. 1920, d. 30 July 1998

Dorcas Dykeman Titus
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Parents:

Father: Charles Titus
Mother: Elizabeth Dykeman b. 23 July 1805

Edgington Earl 'Edgie' Titus
Burial*: Westport Baptist Cemetery, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Note*: Edgington Earl (Edgie) Titus, son of Frank E. Titus and Nettie Ossinger
Birth*: 5 March 1912, Central Grove, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marriage*: 14 October 1938, By Rev. J. W. Derby at Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada, Principal=Dorothy Geraldine Swift
Death*: 16 June 1985, Digby General Hospital, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada

Family:

Dorothy Geraldine Swift b. 1920, d. 30 July 1998

Children:

Donna Faye Titus b. Jan 1941, d. 13 Mar 1941
Sandra Lee Titus+ b. 19 Dec 1941, d. 27 Feb 1982
Garry Everett Titus+ b. 8 Dec 1942, d. 1991

Edmund Titus
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Note*: Edmond Titus, son of Robert Titus and Hannah 'Anne' Carter, was born 1630in St. Catherines, Herts., England. d. Apr. 7, 1715 at Westbury, NassauCo., NY. Came to Nassau Co., NY in 1650 and became prominent in theQuaker movement. As described in the book, Adam and Anne Mott, TheirAncestors and Descendants, 'A meeting had been established at Westbury,when the place was still called Plainedge, on the 25d of 3d month, 1671.The meeting was to begin on the 25th of 4th month, and so every fifthFirst day, and was held at Westbury or 'Plainedge,' at the house ofEdmond Titus. Other meetings were held on the intervening First days atother Friends' houses in other neighbourhoods at Jericho, Bethpage, &c.After the coming of Henry Willis in 1677, the meetings were sometimesheld at his house instead of the house of Edmond Titus in Westbury. In1697, the Monthly Meeting revised the rule, and it was directed that 'ameeting shall be held every five weeks, on the First day, to begin atEdmond Titus', the next First day at Jerusalem, the next at Bethpage,next at Jericho, and next at Hempstead. Traveling ministers, when theyreached Westbury, usually stopped at the house of Edmond Titus, and afterthe coming of Henry Willis they sometimes stopped with him.' m. Martha(Mary according to Samuel Willis notes) Washburn (also spelledWashbourne), daughter of William and Jane of Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY in1655 at Westbury. She b. Dec. 18, 1637 in Bengeworth, England. d. Feb.19, 1728 at Westbury. (Apr. 17, 1727 according to Hinshaw). Edmond wasleft a horse in his mother's will. Settled in Hempstead, Nassau Co.,Westbury, Nassau Co., NY. NY by 1658 when he was given 10 acres on a listcompiled on Nov. before moving to Their children:
Birth*: 1630, St. Catherines, Herts, England
Marriage*: 1655, Westbury, Nassau County, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Martha 'May' Washburn
Death*: 7 April 1715, Westbury, Nassua County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Robert Titus b. circa 1600, d. circa 1679
Mother: Hannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 March 1678/79

Family:

Martha 'May' Washburn b. 18 December 1637, d. 19 February 1727/28

Children:

Martha Titus b. 1663, d. a 1732
John Titus+ b. 29 Apr 1672, d. 4 Mar 1749/50

Elizabeth Titus
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Birth*: 20 March 1772, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 26 December 1789, (Coytown), Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Principal=Andrew Gunter
Death*: 15 December 1844, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick
Burial*: Gunter Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada,
Marker Inscription:
IN MEMORY OF
ELIZABETH
Wife of
Andrew Gunter
Died 15th Dec. 1844
Aged 72 Years
Her end was peace.
(recorded by David A. Walker, 15 August 2001)

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 1732, d. 1804
Mother: Elizabeth Beadle b. 1735, d. 1812

Family:

Andrew Gunter b. 12 October 1766, d. 22 September 1837

Children:

Phoebe Gunter+ b. 4 Dec 1790, d. 10 Jun 1878
John Gunter+ b. 17 Mar 1793, d. 20 Apr 1876
Abraham Gunter+ b. 26 Aug 1795, d. 17 Jul 1873
Isaac Gunter+ b. 4 Aug 1798, d. 31 Dec 1879
Mary Gunter b. 5 Feb 1801, d. 29 Nov 1809
Sarah Gunter+ b. 6 Feb 1804, d. 25 Oct 1885
Rev. Jacob Gunter b. 17 Oct 1806, d. 20 Jul 1890
Frances J. Gunter b. 20 May 1809, d. 14 Oct 1867
Charles Andrew Gunter+ b. 21 Dec 1812, d. 24 May 1877
Andrew Gunter+ b. 20 Apr 1816, d. 18 May 1892

Experience Titus
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Birth*: 9 October 1669, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1627, d. 16 April 1690
Mother: Abigail Carpenter b. 9 April 1643, d. 5 March 1709/10

Garry Everett Titus
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Burial*: Westport Baptist Cemetery, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Note*: Garry Everett Titus, son of Edgington Earl 'Edgie' Titus and DorothyGeraldine Swift, was born Dec. 8, 1942. d. 1991. Buried in HilltopCemetery, Westport, NS. m. Viola Gail Kenny, daughter of Daniel B, ofWestport, NS, on May 9, 1964 at the Westport United Baptist Church byRev. W. Armstrong. He was working for the Bank of Nova Scotia at Bedford,NS at the time of the wedding, and she with Rawlings, Ltd. at Halifax, NS. Living in Dublin, Ireland in 1982 and in Greece in 1985.
Birth*: 8 December 1942
Death*: 1991

Parents:

Father: Edgington Earl 'Edgie' Titus b. 5 March 1912, d. 16 June 1985
Mother: Dorothy Geraldine Swift b. 1920, d. 30 July 1998

Hannah Titus
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Birth*: 27 October 1701, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 17 May 1720, Records show a Hannah Titus posting intentions to marry Paul Healy, both of Rehoboth, on May 17, 1720., Principal=Paul Healy
Marriage*: 6 December 1727, They were married by Rev. David Turner., Principal=Joseph Read
Death*: 11 February 1764

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 12 March 1677/78, d. 15 April 1758
Mother: Hannah (?) b. circa 1680, d. 1 February 1708/9

Family 1:

Paul Healy b. circa 1695, d. June 1725

Children:

Mary Healy b. 30 Nov 1720, d. 27 Jun 1767
Hannah Healy+ b. 3 Mar 1721/22, d. 9 Jun 1790

Family 2:

Joseph Read

Hannah Titus
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Birth*: 28 November 1658
Death*: 12 November 1673

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1627, d. 16 April 1690
Mother: Rachel (?) d. circa 1658

Howard Whitfield Titus
Marriage*: 20 June 1896, Principal=Susan Scribner Dykeman

Family:

Susan Scribner Dykeman b. 29 October 1876

Isaac Titus
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Note*: Isaac Titus. b. Jun., 1746 at Wheatley, Nassau Co., NY. m. Jemima Mead.The Titus family in Canada began with the Loyalist movement and theexodus of at least four Titus families from Long Island, New York, allfrom about 1780 to 1790. As the British began their withdrawal from LongIsland, many families that were still loyal to the King of England madethe decision to leave with them. Six hundred families went back toEngland and about as many went to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick andreceived land grants. The following Tituses, in addition to Isaac, areknown to have moved to Canada: John Titus, who eventually settled inQueens Co., New Brunswick area and whose son went on to found Titusville,New Brunswick; David Titus, who was a single grantee of land in DigbyCounty, NS. (He came from Queens County, Long Island); Edmond Titus, withone dependant, who had a land grant in Digby, NS; Silas Titus, who livedin New Brunswick for a while and disappeared; and Benjamin Titus, whowent on to Ontario. According to 'The History of a Nova Scotia Village'by Mary Kate Bull, 'Isaac Titus was also a prosperous farmer. As well asa house and farm on Long Island, he owned a new ship. He was compelled tojoin the American militia against his will, but escaped to join theBritish. He became a Captain, was wounded and carried to Bedford gaol inWestchester, New York, where he was imprisoned for 12 months andeventually ... he was allowed to leave and joined the other loyalists inNew York. He came to Digby, (Digby Co.), NS and settled at Trout Cove.' Aclaim for losses he sustained in the U.S. was presented from Annapolis,NS in 1784 and another in 1786.
Marriage*: Principal=Jemima Mead
Birth*: June 1746, Wheatley, Nassau County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Timothy Titus b. 7 October 1726, d. 2 May 1802
Mother: Charity Losee b. 18 August 1725

Family:

Jemima Mead

Children:

Locee Titus+ b. c 1775, d. 1835

Jacob Titus
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Note*: John Titus. b. Apr. 29, 1672 at Westbury, Nassau Co., NY. d. Mar. 4, 1750at Westbury, NY. m. 1st Sarah Willis, daughter of Henry and Phebe (Peace)(Mary Pease according to Hinshaw and LDS), on Oct. 9, 1695 at the home ofher father. She b. Jul. 6, 1671 (May 5 according to LDS) in London,England. d. Mar. 1, 1730. m. 2nd Mary, widow of John Smith of Hempsteadand daughter of Thomas and Mary (Seaman), on Mar. 7, 1732. John Smith d.Jan. 4, 1781. Part of John Titus's will reads: 'I leave to my wife Maryall the rest of my household goods and 30 pounds, now in the hands of myson William, also a negro woman, during her life or widowhood, and thento be sold and the money to be paid to my son, Richard.'
Birth*: 1 July 1703, Westbury, Nassua County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 18 November 1725, Principal=Margaret Gorman
Death*: August 1792

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 29 April 1672, d. 4 March 1749/50
Mother: Sarah Willis b. 6 July 1671, d. 1 March 1729/30

Family:

Margaret Gorman

Children:

Timothy Titus+ b. 7 Oct 1726, d. 2 May 1802

Jacob Titus
Note*: Jacob Titus, son of Lewis and Olive (Blakeley), on Mar. 26, 1828. He b.1805-10. d. Sep. 18, 1860. Jacob was listed in a census in 1861. SydneyThurber wrote that Jacob was killed by a fall from a cliff at VictoriaBeach while picking blueberries. He said that Sarah remarried, first to aHawyard and then to an Ellis. The Digby Courier of Aug. 12, 1892 statesthat Mrs. Hayden, Lower Granville, visited her son, Howard Titus. Anobituary in the Digby Courier on Feb. 26, 1904 records the death of Mrs.Sally Hayden on Feb. 20, 1904.
Birth*: between 1805 and 1810
Marriage*: 26 March 1828, Principal=Sarah 'Sally' Titus
Death*: 18 September 1860

Family:

Sarah 'Sally' Titus b. 25 April 1812, d. 20 February 1904

Children:

Thomas Edward 'Ed' Titus+ b. 15 Mar 1837, d. 1 Nov 1918

Jane Titus
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Birth*: 1614

Parents:

Father: Silas Titus b. circa 1570, d. 24 November 1637
Mother: Jane Newdyke d. circa 1621

Joan Titus
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Birth*: 1611

Parents:

Father: Silas Titus b. circa 1570, d. 24 November 1637
Mother: Jane Newdyke d. circa 1621

John Titus
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Birth*: 26 September 1703, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 16 May 1732, A marriage is recorded between a John Titus and Alithea Titus, by Rev. John Greenwood on May 16, 1732, with intentions posted on Jan. 8,1731-32. A subsequent entry records the marriage of Alithea Titus, widow, to Isaiah Carpenter on Sep.12, 1734 by Rev. John Greenwood. He b. Feb.7, 1714 at Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA, son of Noah and Sarah (Johnson). Their child: 6. Amy Titus. (Amie, according to Titus records, Ame on Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut marriage record, Ame on son, Amasa's Pomfret birth record). b.1733. d. Apr. 3, 1808 (New Brunswick records). There is no definite proof, but evidence suggests that Amie Titus, daughter of the above John and Althea Titus, is the same Amy Titus that married Edward Coy and settled in New Brunswick. Pomfret town records read of the 'marriage between Edward Coye and Ame Titus solemnized January ye 2nd 1755.' As far as it can be determined this is the only Pomfret record containing a Titus name, although the birth of their son is recorded as follows: 'Amasa Coye son of Edward Coye by Ame his wife born July ye 31 1757.' m. J. Edward Coye (previously McCoy, later Coy). He b. May 6, 1725 at Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut. d. Sep. 19, 1795., Principal=Alithea Titus
Death*: 9 October 1732, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Note*: circa 1760, He was one of the founders of the Congregational Church at Maugerville, New Brunswick in the 1760's.
Will*: 22 January 1795, His will, dated Jan. 22, 1795, and proved Dec. 11, 1795 in the Township of Gage, Queens County, New Brunswick reads as follows: 'Wife Lot 7 in Waterborough and half the improvements on the high Land in the Township of Gage during her life while my widow. Sons Amasa, John, Edward, David and Benjamin the remainder of my real and personal estate, they to pay their sisters Sarah 10 pounds, Lavine 12 pounds, Hannah 15 pounds, Mary 12 pounds and Anna 10 pounds.' Son Amasa and son-in-law Thomas Turner executors. Witnesses: Zebulon Estey, Benjamin Newcomb Jr., Elijah Estabrooks Jr. Inventory dated 'March ye 19' 1796, valued at 605 pounds by Thomas Hartt and Silvanus Plummer included a note of hand of Eleazer Slocum and Andrew Joslin to Amasa Coy, Lots 6 and 7 in Waterborough, land in Gagetown and livestock.

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 12 March 1677/78, d. 15 April 1758
Mother: Hannah (?) b. circa 1680, d. 1 February 1708/9

Family:

Alithea Titus

Children:

Amy Titus+ b. Jul 1733, d. 3 Apr 1808

John Titus
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Marriage*: Principal=Hannah (?)
Birth*: 12 March 1677/78, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 23 November 1709, Intentions were posted on 5 Nov. 1709., Principal=Marcy Fisher
Marriage*: 21 August 1712, Intentions were posted 26 July 1712., Principal=Mary Palmer
Death*: 15 April 1758, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Burial*: Old Rehoboth Cemetery, East Providence, Providence County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1650, d. 2 December 1697
Mother: Sarah Millard b. 15 October 1655, d. 10 March 1731/32

Family 1:

Hannah (?) b. circa 1680, d. 1 February 1708/9

Children:

Hannah Titus+ b. 27 Oct 1701, d. 11 Feb 1764
John Titus+ b. 26 Sep 1703, d. 9 Oct 1732

Family 2:

Marcy Fisher d. 19 September 1711

Family 3:

Mary Palmer b. 17 December 1691, d. 1 May 1746

John Titus
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Milit-Beg*: Served in the King Philip's War.
Birth*: 18 December 1650, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 17 July 1673, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Principal=Lydia Redway
Marriage*: 3 July 1677, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Principal=Sarah Millard
Death*: 2 December 1697, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1627, d. 16 April 1690
Mother: Rachel (?) d. circa 1658

Family 1:

Lydia Redway b. 30 May 1652, d. 25 November 1676

Family 2:

Sarah Millard b. 15 October 1655, d. 10 March 1731/32

Children:

Lydia Titus b. 6 Dec 1674, d. c 1710
John Titus+ b. 12 Mar 1677/78, d. 15 Apr 1758

John Titus
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Note*: m. 1st Rachel _____. She d. ca. 1658, according to the Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy. byEugene Cole Zubrinsky. In his article, 'The Family of William Carpenter of Rehoboth, Massachusetts,' he disputes the contention in The Carpenter Memorial that Abigail Carpenter was not John Titus's first wife when he states that 'Amos Carpenter's misreading original records and misrepresenting important evidence contribute to two other major errors concerning certain of William's children. One is that Abigail Carpenter was not the first wife of John Titus but married him in 1659, making her the mother of only the last four of his eight children. Carpenter states that 'on the Rehoboth Town Records the family is recorded as the children of John Titus by wife Rachel.' but examination of the record indicates that all eight children of John Titus were 'borne off his wife Abigail.'' m. 2nd Abigail Carpenter, daughter of William and Abigail (Briant), in1659 (1649 according to Zubrinsky). She b. Apr. 9, 1643 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA according to the Carpenter Memorial. However, there is a baptismal on May 31, 1629 (see Eugene Cole Zubrinsky article). d. Mar. 5,1710 in Rehoboth. She remarried to Josiah Palmer on Nov. 9, 1692 after John's death. He d. Jun. 22, 1709. John was left ten pounds in his mother's will, to be paid him by his brother, Content.
Milit-Beg*: He was a soldier in King Philip's War.
Fact 1*: He was one of the original purchasers of the Rehoboth North Purchase (later Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts).
Birth*: 18 December 1627, St. Catherines, Middlesex County, England
Marriage*: Principal=Rachel (?)
Marriage*: 1659, Principal=Abigail Carpenter
Death*: 16 April 1690, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Burial*: Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: Robert Titus b. circa 1600, d. circa 1679
Mother: Hannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 March 1678/79

Family 1:

Marriage*: Principal=Rachel (?)

Rachel (?) d. circa 1658

Children:

John Titus+ b. 18 Dec 1650, d. 2 Dec 1697
Abigail Titus b. 18 Feb 1651, d. 31 May 1734
Silas Titus b. 18 May 1656, d. 1741
Hannah Titus b. 28 Nov 1658, d. 12 Nov 1673

Family 2:

Marriage*: 1659, Principal=Abigail Carpenter

Abigail Carpenter b. 9 April 1643, d. 5 March 1709/10

Children:

Samuel Titus b. 1 Jun 1661, d. 13 Jul 1726
Joseph Titus b. 17 Mar 1664, d. a 1741
Mary Titus b. 17 Mar 1664
Experience Titus b. 9 Oct 1669

John Titus
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Birth*: 1732, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 1755, Principal=Elizabeth Beadle
Death*: 1804, Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 1706
Mother: Elizabeth (?) b. 1684

Family:

Elizabeth Beadle b. 1735, d. 1812

Children:

Elizabeth Titus+ b. 20 Mar 1772, d. 15 Dec 1844

John Titus
Marriage*: Principal=Elizabeth (?)
Birth*: 1706

Family:

Elizabeth (?) b. 1684

Children:

John Titus+ b. 1732, d. 1804

John Titus
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Note*: John Titus, son of Edward Titus an Martha 'Mary' Washburn, was born Apr.29, 1672 at Westbury, Nassau Co., NY. d. Mar. 4, 1750 at Westbury, NY. m.1st Sarah Willis, daughter of Henry and Phebe (Peace) (Mary Peaseaccording to Hinshaw and LDS), on Oct. 9, 1695 at the home of her father.She b. Jul. 6, 1671 (May 5 according to LDS) in London, England. d. Mar.1, 1730. m. 2nd Mary, widow of John Smith of Hempstead and daughter ofThomas and Mary (Seaman), on Mar. 7, 1732. John Smith d. Jan. 4, 1781.Part of John Titus's will reads: 'I leave to my wife Mary all the rest ofmy household goods and 30 pounds, now in the hands of my son William,also a negro woman, during her life or widowhood, and then to be sold andthe money to be paid to my son, Richard.'
Birth*: 29 April 1672, Westbury, Nassua County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 9 October 1695, At the home of her father, Principal=Sarah Willis
Marriage*: 7 March 1731/32, Principal=(?) Mary
Death*: 4 March 1749/50, Westbury, Nassua County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Edmund Titus b. 1630, d. 7 April 1715
Mother: Martha 'May' Washburn b. 18 December 1637, d. 19 February 1727/28

Family 1:

Sarah Willis b. 6 July 1671, d. 1 March 1729/30

Children:

Jacob Titus+ b. 1 Jul 1703, d. Aug 1792

Family 2:

(?) Mary

John Edward Titus
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Parents:

Father: Thomas Edward 'Ed' Titus b. 15 March 1837, d. 1 November 1918
Mother: Anna Maria Sollows b. 1 August 1842, d. 1 November 1918

Joseph Titus
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Birth*: 17 March 1664, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Death*: after 1741

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1627, d. 16 April 1690
Mother: Abigail Carpenter b. 9 April 1643, d. 5 March 1709/10

Locee Titus
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Note*: Locee Titus. b. ca. 1775 in New York State. d. 1835 at Centreville, DigbyCo., NS. m. Rebecca Denton, daughter of Joseph and Martha (Waters) ofLittle River, Digby Co., NS, on Apr. 14, 1796, in the Digby Trinity Anglican Church. She b. ca. 1780. He was recorded as a customer at Sandy Cove, Digby Co., NS in 1808. His Digby Co. land grant mentions six dependants.
Birth*: circa 1775, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 14 April 1796, Principal=Rebecca Denton
Death*: 1835, Centreville, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada

Parents:

Father: Isaac Titus b. June 1746
Mother: Jemima Mead

Family:

Rebecca Denton b. circa 1780

Children:

Sarah 'Sally' Titus+ b. 25 Apr 1812, d. 20 Feb 1904

Lydia Titus
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Birth*: 6 December 1674, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 10 November 1702, Principal=John Goodale
Death*: circa 1710, Woodstock, Windham County, Connectcut

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1650, d. 2 December 1697
Mother: Sarah Millard b. 15 October 1655, d. 10 March 1731/32

Family:

John Goodale b. 1682, d. 2 October 1759

Martha Titus
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Birth*: 1663
Marriage*: circa 1684, Principal=Benjamin Seaman
Death*: after 1732

Parents:

Father: Edmund Titus b. 1630, d. 7 April 1715
Mother: Martha 'May' Washburn b. 18 December 1637, d. 19 February 1727/28

Family:

Benjamin Seaman b. between 1649 and 1650, d. before 5 November 1733

Mary Titus
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Birth*: 17 March 1664, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: John Titus b. 18 December 1627, d. 16 April 1690
Mother: Abigail Carpenter b. 9 April 1643, d. 5 March 1709/10

Phoebe Titus
Marriage*: Principal=William Henry Dykeman
Birth*: Of Hampton, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 1922, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Family:

William Henry Dykeman d. 1888

Children:

Lily Dykeman
Lily Dykeman
Judson A. E. Dykeman b. 1856

Rhonda Levina Titus
Birth*: circa 1843
Marriage*: 31 January 1867, Principal=George Whitfield Gunter , Dr.

Family:

George Whitfield Gunter , Dr. d. 28 February 1886

Robert Titus
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Living*: He lived in St. Catherines Parish, near Stanstead Abbots, Hertfordshire, England, before emigrating to Massachusetts.
Birth*: circa 1600, Huntingdonshire, England
Marriage*: 24 June 1624, England, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,Vol. 132, 1978 states: 'The marriage on 24 June 1624 of Robert Titus and Anne Carter, recorded in the parish register of Watford may refer to the Robert and Hannah Carter of 'St. Katherines' who immigrated in the Hopewell.... Carter was very common in the sixteenth and seventeenth century Watford district and were the English kin of President Carter.', Principal=Hannah or Anne Carter
Emigration*: 3 April 1635, Robert, Hannah and their two children, John (age 8) and Edmond (age 5), sailed from London on April 3rd, 1635 on board the Hopewell. Settled at Brookline, Massachusetts, moved to Weymouth, Massachusetts, Rehoboth, Massachusetts, then to Huntington, Nassau County, New York (near Cold Spring Harbor), in 1654.
Death*: circa 1679, Huntington, Nassau County, New York

Parents:

Father: Silas Titus b. circa 1570, d. 24 November 1637
Mother: Jane Newdyke d. circa 1621

Family:

Hannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 March 1678/79

Children:

John Titus+ b. 18 Dec 1627, d. 16 Apr 1690
Edmund Titus+ b. 1630, d. 7 Apr 1715
Samuel Titus b. 1635, d. a 1682
Susannah Titus b. 1638
Abiel Titus b. 17 Mar 1639, d. 1736
Content Titus b. 28 Mar 1643, d. 17 Jan 1730

Rosalie 'Rosie' Titus
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Note*: Rosalie (Rosie) Titus daughter of Thomas Edward 'Ed' Titus and Anna Maria Sollows, was born Oct. 27, 1868 at Westport, Digby Co., NS (3 in 1871, 31at 1901 census when the family was enumerated at Westport, Digby Co.,NS). d May 18, 1945 at Westport, NS. m. Hantford Swift, son of Thomas and Martha (Dakin) of Centreville, Digby Co., NS on Jan. 16, 1889 at the home of George B. Potter, Westport, NS. He b. Apr. 20, 1868 at Centreville, NS (Aug. 18, 1866 according to LDS data) (33 at 1901 census). d. Nov. 22,1942 at Westport, NS. Baptist. Fisherman. Both buried in Hilltop Cemetery, Westport, NS.
Birth*: 27 October 1868, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marriage*: 16 January 1889, At the home of George B. Potter, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada, Principal=Hantford Swift
Death*: 18 May 1945, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Burial*: Baptist Cemetery, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada

Parents:

Father: Thomas Edward 'Ed' Titus b. 15 March 1837, d. 1 November 1918
Mother: Anna Maria Sollows b. 1 August 1842, d. 1 November 1918

Family:

Hantford Swift b. 16 January 1868, d. 22 November 1942

Children:

Frederick Austen Swift+ b. 10 Apr 1891, d. 28 Jan 1970
Dora Bell Swift b. 20 Jul 1893, d. 14 Jan 1912
Bernard E. Swift b. 3 Jan 1896, d. 27 Jan 1919
John Randall Swift b. 22 Nov 1897, d. 17 Apr 1987


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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