Mary Tingley1

F, b. 1826, d. 1904
Last Edited3 Mar 2007
Birth*Mary Tingley was born in 1826 in Waterside, New Brunswick.2,3,4,1 
Marriage*She married Capt. Daniel Copp, son of Samuel Copp and Anna Bennett, on 20 April 1840 in Waterside, New Brunswick.2,5,3,1 
Census*Mary Tingley appeared on the census of 1851 in Harvey Parish, Albert County, New Brunswick; she was corded as 31 years old.6 
Death*She died in 1904 in Bangor, Maine.2,3 

Family

Capt. Daniel Copp b. 3 January 1824, d. 1900
Child

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).
  2. [S844] Marian Frye/Harold Frye, The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass. in both the male and female lines(?-1666), Vol. I (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers Inc., 1970), V.1, p.275-276. Hereinafter cited as The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass.
  3. [S663] Samuel Copp Worthen, Descendants of Samuel Copp of the North Parish of New London (now Montville), Conn., and Horton, Kings County, Nova Scotia (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society,, NYGBR, Jan 1934 p.40, QUAY 1. Hereinafter cited as Descendants of Samuel Copp of the North Parish of New London, CT.
  4. [S643] Barb Garland's Family History, online http://personal.nbnet.nb.ca/garlandb/gindex.htm, Barb Garland-Stuart, visited 4 Dec 1999, QUAY 1. Hereinafter cited as Barb Garland's Family History.
  5. [S844] Marian Frye/Harold Frye, The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass. in both the male and female lines(?-1666), Vol. I (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers Inc., 1970), V.4, p.449
    , QUAY 1. Hereinafter cited as The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass.
  6. [S849] Transcribed from microfilm, Library & Archives Canada, Library & Archives Canada, 395 Wellington St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Robert Fellowes, Harveyl Parish, p.36 (p.13), QUAY 2.

Mary Alice Tingley1

F, b. 9 November 1859
FatherAlfred A. Tingley1 b. 14 Aug 1831, d. 22 Apr 1916
MotherJane E. Townsend1 b. 26 Jun 1828, d. 16 May 1908
ChartsDescendants of John Townsend & Catherine Abel
Descendants of Edward Converse & Sarah Smith
Descendants of William Read
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
Birth*Mary Alice Tingley was born on 9 November 1859.1 
She was the daughter of Alfred A. Tingley and Jane E. Townsend.1 

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).

Mary Ellen Jane Tingley1

F, b. 13 June 1854
FatherAlfred A. Tingley1 b. 14 Aug 1831, d. 22 Apr 1916
MotherJane E. Townsend1 b. 26 Jun 1828, d. 16 May 1908
ChartsDescendants of John Townsend & Catherine Abel
Descendants of Edward Converse & Sarah Smith
Descendants of William Read
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
Birth*Mary Ellen Jane Tingley was born on 13 June 1854.1 
She was the daughter of Alfred A. Tingley and Jane E. Townsend.1 

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).

Robert Harvey Tingley1

M, b. 1 October 1861
FatherAlfred A. Tingley1 b. 14 Aug 1831, d. 22 Apr 1916
MotherJane E. Townsend1 b. 26 Jun 1828, d. 16 May 1908
ChartsDescendants of John Townsend & Catherine Abel
Descendants of Edward Converse & Sarah Smith
Descendants of William Read
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
Birth*Robert Harvey Tingley was born on 1 October 1861.1 
He was the son of Alfred A. Tingley and Jane E. Townsend.1 

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).

Spurgeon Tingley1

M, b. 1866
FatherWilliam Albert Tingley1 b. 1833
MotherDinah Barber1 b. 1827, d. 6 Apr 1869
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
Birth*Spurgeon Tingley was born in 1866.2,1 
He was the son of William Albert Tingley and Dinah Barber.1 

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).
  2. [S844] Marian Frye/Harold Frye, The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass. in both the male and female lines(?-1666), Vol. I (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers Inc., 1970), V.1, p.278-279. Hereinafter cited as The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass.

Susan Tingley1

F, b. 1856, d. 9 September 1906
FatherWilliam Albert Tingley1 b. 1833
MotherDinah Barber1 b. 1827, d. 6 Apr 1869
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
Residence*Susan Tingley lived in South Windham, Maine.2,1 
Birth*She was born in 1856 in Albert County, New Brunswick.2,1 
She was the daughter of William Albert Tingley and Dinah Barber.1 
Marriage*Susan Tingley married William Riley Copp, son of John William Copp and Elizabeth Dixon, before 1873.2,3,1 
Death*Susan Tingley died on 9 September 1906 in South Windham, Maine.2,3,1 

Family

William Riley Copp b. 2 November 1854
Children

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).
  2. [S844] Marian Frye/Harold Frye, The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass. in both the male and female lines(?-1666), Vol. I (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers Inc., 1970), V.2, p.330

    , QUAY 1. Hereinafter cited as The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass.
  3. [S663] Samuel Copp Worthen, Descendants of Samuel Copp of the North Parish of New London (now Montville), Conn., and Horton, Kings County, Nova Scotia (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society,, NYGBR, Jul 1934 p.253, QUAY 1. Hereinafter cited as Descendants of Samuel Copp of the North Parish of New London, CT.

Trueman Murray Tingley1

M, b. 15 October 1914, d. 13 September 2006
FatherHarley O. Tingley2
MotherMary J. Long2
ChartsDescendants of Charles Cannon & Keziah Davison
Last Edited27 Jun 2013
Name-ComalsoTrueman Murray Tingley is also commonly known as Trueman Tingley.3 
Name-ComHe is commonly known as Murray Tingley.2 
Birth*He was born on 15 October 1914 in Midway, Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada; the informant for this Late Registration of Birth was his mother, dated 8 February 1947, in Albert, Albert County, New Brunswick.2 
He was the son of Harley O. Tingley and Mary J. Long.2 
Marriage*Trueman Murray Tingley married Lillian Pearl Cannon, daughter of John Whitman Cannon and Stella May Coakley, on 26 November 1932 in Harvey, Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada; they were married by license, #18940. Murray was 18 years old, a farmer, bachelor, United Baptist, living in Shepody, Albert County, New Brunswick. Lillian was 16 years old, a housekeeper, spinster, United Baptist, living in Harvey, Albert County, New Brunswick. There were four daughters and three sons from this marriage.1,4 
Death*Trueman Murray Tingley died on 13 September 2006 in Moncton Hospital, 135 MacBeath Ave., Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada, 46.104977,-64.806150, at age 91.3 
FuneralThe funeral was held on 17 September 2006 in Tuttle Brothers Funeral Home, Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada.3 
Burial*He was buried on 17 September 2006 in Fair Haven Memorial Gardens, 1167 Salisbury Rd., Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada.3 

Family

Lillian Pearl Cannon b. 25 July 1916, d. 19 July 2007

Citations

  1. [S8434] Trueman Murray Tingley & Lillian Pearl Cannon marriage, 26 November 1932, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada. PANB microfilm F19750, Code B4/1932, Number 1044.
  2. [S8435] Late Registration of Birth, Trueman Murray Tingley, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada. PANB microfilm F24537, Code 1914-803149.
  3. [S8438] Death, Trueman Murray Tingley, Saint John Times Globe, published in Saint John, New Brunswick, 15 September 2006, Canada Obituary Collection. Hereinafter cited as Times Globe.
  4. [S8437] Death, Lillian Pearl Tingley, Times & Transcript, published in Moncton, New Brunswick, 21 July 2007, Canada Obituary Collection. Hereinafter cited as Times & Transcript.

William Albert Tingley1

M, b. 1833
FatherDaniel Tingley1 b. 1796, d. 14 Mar 1878
MotherElizabeth McAlmon1 b. 1801, d. 23 Dec 1888
Last Edited25 Dec 2006
Birth*William Albert Tingley was born in 1833 in Cape Enrage, New Brunswick.1,2,3 
He was the son of Daniel Tingley and Elizabeth McAlmon.1 
Census*William Albert Tingley appeared on the census of 1851 in Harvey Parish, Albert County, New Brunswick.3 
Residence*He lived before October 1853 in Harvey Parish, Albert County, New Brunswick.4 
Marriage*He married Dinah Barber on 6 October 1853 in Waterside, New Brunswick.1,5 

Family

Dinah Barber b. 1827, d. 6 April 1869
Children

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).
  2. [S844] Marian Frye/Harold Frye, The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass. in both the male and female lines(?-1666), Vol. I (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers Inc., 1970), V.1, p.278-279. Hereinafter cited as The Tingley Family Revised, being a record of the descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass.
  3. [S849] Transcribed from microfilm, Library & Archives Canada, Library & Archives Canada, 395 Wellington St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Robert Fellowes, Harveyl Parish, p.36-37 (p.55), QUAY 2.
  4. [S787] Marriage Register, Albert Co., NB 1846-1887, : #296, (p.17), ABBR VItal Stats: Albert Co Marriages 1846-1887. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Register, Albert Co., NB 1846-1887.
  5. [S787] Marriage Register, Albert Co., NB 1846-1887, : #296, (p.17), QUAY 2, ABBR VItal Stats: Albert Co Marriages 1846-1887. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Register, Albert Co., NB 1846-1887.

William Lewis Tingley1

M, b. 9 September 1868
FatherHarvey Tingley1 b. 13 Dec 1839, d. 6 Jul 1905
MotherAbigail O. Dobson1 b. c 1847, d. 1877
Last Edited3 Jan 2007
Birth*William Lewis Tingley was born on 9 September 1868.1 
He was the son of Harvey Tingley and Abigail O. Dobson.1 
Census*William Lewis Tingley appeared on the census of 1891 in Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County, New Brunswick.2,1 

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).
  2. [S852] From Microfilm, PARO, Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 46.23533,-63.12547; Ken Kanner, V.2, Westmorland Parish, p.1018 (p.111-2 in census), QUAY 2.

Ellison Tinkham1

M
Last Edited19 May 2011
Residence*Ellison Tinkham lived in Carolina, Rhode Island.2,1 
Marriage*He married Mary Louisa Williams, daughter of William Carleton Williams and Ruth Prince Robbins.2,1 

Family

Mary Louisa Williams b. 29 March 1845

Citations

  1. [S373] Correspondence with Gary Leighton Townshend (Toronto, Ontario). Personal Archives of David Arthur Walker (Edwards, Ontario, Canada).
  2. [S867] George S. Brown, compiler, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Genealogies (: self published, Reprinted 1993), Williams, p.241-242, QUAY 1. Hereinafter cited as Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Genealogies.

Bassel Tinsley

M
Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Frank Tippitt1

M, b. circa 1883
Last Edited12 Dec 2002
Birth*Frank Tippitt was born circa 1883. 

Citations

  1. [S1615] Punta Gorda Joseph W Pehousek, Descendants of Jones Dyer, Sr. and Hannah 'Herrington' (: self published, October 1999). Hereinafter cited as Descendants of Jones Dyer, Sr. and Hannah 'Herrington.'

Mary Tipton1

F
Last Edited20 Feb 2012
Marriage*Mary Tipton married Perry Kerney.1 

Family

Perry Kerney
Child

Citations

  1. [S6634] Unknown spouses' names, (13 March, 1904), Marriage Record - Nathan Kerney & Belle Worth, Nebraska Marriages, 1855-1995, FHC Film 2027739, ref. 11 , unknown manuscript info. Hereinafter cited as Marriage - Nathan Kerney & Belle Worth.

Abigail Titcomb1

F
Last Edited14 Nov 2011
Marriage*Abigail Titcomb married Capt. Joseph Johnson.1 

Family

Capt. Joseph Johnson
Child

Citations

  1. [S6043] Compiled by Peter B. Hill Mayflower Families Through Five Generations. Description of the Pilgrims, 1620, Vol. 11., Volume 11, Part 1 (Plymouth, Massachusetts: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1996), p. 188. Hereinafter cited as Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol 11, Doty.

Silas Tito

M, b. 1570, d. 24 November 1637
ChartsAncestors of David Arthur Walker
Last Edited19 May 2011
Note*A Genealogical Guide to the Titus Family in North America

Compiled by William R. Arthurs

1228 Lampman Crescent,
Ottawa, Ontario, K2C 1P8.
Phone (613) 225-6941

     The earliest records of the Titus family date back to a Silas (Silius) Tito who was born in England in 1570 and died there on Nov. 24, 1637. John Alva Titus, in his book "Saga of Two North American Families: Andrews Titus," reports that Silius (or Silas) claimed to have been descended from the Emperor Titus, who commanded the Roman forces at Jerusalem in 70 A.D. However, until more convincing evidence is uncovered, this claim must remain nothing more than an enchanting possibility.

     Silius' son's name was also Silius. He was either born in Huntingdonshire or settled there in the seventeenth century and evidently married 1st Jane Newdyke who died around 1621. It is generally assumed, although not proven, that the Robert Titus who emigrated to America with his wife and two sons, was a child of this first marriage. Silas married 2nd Constantia Colly (Cally?), who died in 1667 and was buried at Bushey.

Silius (Silas) and Constantia produced two sons; Silas, who was born around 1622 and was prominent under Kings Charles I and II; and Stephen, who died in 1671 without a family. As mentioned above, the third son, Robert, who emigrated to America, and who is the ancestor of the lineage outlined below, was evidently the son of Silas and his first wife, Jane Newdyke. According to New York Colonial manuscripts, SilasTitus was appointed to a Council for Foreign Plantations at 500 pounds per year by King Charles II by Royal Commission on Jul. 30, 1670. It would be interesting to know if there was any communication between Silas and his elder half-brother, Robert in the New World in following years. There is no evidence supporting a continuation of this Titus line in Great Britain.

     As it has turned out, it has become possible to trace practically all of the Titus family originating from the above line in England. Of the three sons sired by Silius Titus, only one, Robert, had descendants who carried on the Titus name. He emigrated to what is now the United States with his wife and two children, John and Edmond, in 1635. Three other sons, Samuel, Abiel and Content were subsequently born in the New World. Some sources mention a daughter, Susannah. There is a reference in the will of Hannah, Robert's wife. The writing is unclear, but could read "To my draughter Susannah...." In other words, the drafter of her will. There is, however, a marriage record of a Susanna Titus to a Robert Jones as his third wife. He d. Nov. 17, 1691 and there is no record of children by Susanna.

     My motivation for research into the Titus family stemmed initially from the fact that my mother, Vera (nee Titus), was part of the lineage. However, once I became more involved in the research, and the various historical, political and social elements began to unfold over the 350-plus years of living history covered in my search, I became more and more fascinated, more and more involved with the numerous and varied cast of characters.

     These people, my relatives and my ancestors, are, and were, simple, hard-working and God-fearing folk. They are mainly farmers and fishermen, with a sprinkling of shopkeepers, school teachers and clergymen. They have remained in that humble social status for much of the 350 years that they have contributed to and woven the fabric of North America. Only in the past 70 or 80 years do we find significant representation in the sciences, the arts or the senior ranks of the military. In religion, they are mostly Protestants, with the Baptist, Quaker and Methodist Churches being their preferred houses of worship.

     Genealogical research is really detective work; a fascinating exercise in solving mystery after mystery, each answered question raising several more, producing moods in the researcher alternating between elation and frustration. As the data is collected, sorted and analysed, and as pieces of the framework fall into place, a mosaic of historical and social evolution gradually emerges and imposes itself over the entire work. In my case, not only did I gain an appreciation of the ebb and flow of history over that immense time-frame, but I began to realize that I might be the only means by which many of those people might achieve some measure of future recognition. With that realization comes a certain sense of awe and responsibility.

     The written word can be a powerful and lasting force, whereas gravestones tend to be transitory, and surrender to the elements, and to the ravages of time and acid rain, only slightly more slowly than the bones that lie beneath them. Thus, once the living memory fades and passes on so do the names, deeds and accomplishments of all those wonderful people. That is, unless someone takes the trouble to research, coordinate and record their stories.

     Genealogical research is also a game that anyone is welcome to join. After all, most anyone has information about his or her immediate family that can become instrumental in untangling parts of one puzzle or another. Readers are therefore invited to join the search to uncover as much as possible of the story of the Titus family in North America, or, for that matter, the picture of whatever other particular family to which they may belong. Many have done just that, and have thus contributed greatly to the telling of the story.

     As mentioned above, the Tituses, generally speaking, were not particularly widely known outside the relatively narrow range of their contemporary societies and environments; in other words, they were not the headline-makers of their day, not generally to be found on the society pages or on the police blotters of their neighbourhoods. Their hopes for immortality, or even for remembrance, generally rested in the fervent Protestant belief in resurrection after death. I am therefore listing below the names of those whom I have been able to identify in the hope that in some small way this chronicle will help their names to endure in this world. For, after all, by following their religious beliefs they have done all they could possibly do to ensure their eternal recognition in the next. Certainly, they will not die while we remember them.

     The outline below is arranged chronologically by generation, the number preceding each name in the listing indicating the number of the generation in North America of that particular person and the descendancy from previous generations. It will become obvious to the reader that this framework of the Titus family requires much further research. For instance, the New Brunswick portion has not yet been integrated into the larger picture (if, in fact, it belongs to the same lineage). In addition, much of the remainder has not yet been brought up to the present date. There are also many gaps yet to be filled in, especially in lineages on the distaff side. There are also, most probably, many inaccuracies; some of my making, and others carried down from previous research. Future researchers should take this condition in stride; by searching out original sources, then correcting, adding and deleting where necessary and continuing on with the work. The ultimate goal should be to accurately complete the story.

     My hope is that this format will allow the researcher to easily insert applicable additions into the framework as they are uncovered. At the same time, I am sure that I have left open sufficient avenues of research and enough unanswered questions to provide years of enjoyment for many future genealogical enthusiasts.

     It should be noted that this guide is intended to serve only as a framework upon which family history records may be built. Consequently, it contains very little anecdotal material. It is hoped that subsequent family members who are interested in their portions of the family history will flesh out the areas of this guide pertaining to their immediate families with appropriate photographs, news items, stories and other artifacts that will serve to expand and thus breathe some life into this otherwise sterile outline. Here below are my relatives, the members of the Titus family.

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Silas (Silius) Tito. m. _____ _____. They had at least one son:

-1. Silas Titus. b. ca. 1570. d. Nov. 24, 1637 at Bushey, Hertfordshire England. Soapmaker. m. 1st Jane Newdyke, daughter of Robert, ca. 1599. She d. ca. 1621. m. 2nd Constantia Colly on Apr. 10, 1621 at St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, London, England. (See Family Tree Maker, Vol. 2, File 2013). She d. Oct. 22, 1667 at Bushey. Both Silas and Constantia buried at St. James Church, Bushey, Hertfordshire, England. See also Vol. 2, File 5903.1 
Name Variation Silas Tito is also known as Silius Tito.1 
Birth*He was born in 1570 in England.1 
Death*He died on 24 November 1637 in England.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Abram Tittemore1

M, b. 23 May 1829
Last Edited22 Feb 2011
Birth*Abram Tittemore was born on 23 May 1829 in Canada.1 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth E. 

Family

Elizabeth E. b. 15 July 1833
Children

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Alberta Marcia Tittemore1

F, b. 24 April 1858
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Alberta Marcia Tittemore was born on 24 April 1858 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Alfred Maynard Tittemore1

M, b. 17 March 1877
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Alfred Maynard was born 17th of March, 1877. He was 3rd born to Abram andElizabeth (her maiden name is not known) Tittemore. Alfred disappearedwith no trace during the war years. 
Birth*Alfred Maynard Tittemore was born on 17 March 1877 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Anjentte Tittemore1

F, b. 22 January 1852
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Anjentte Tittemore was born on 22 January 1852 in Saint Arant Center, Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada.1 
She was the daughter of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Cyril Lesie Tittemore1

M, b. 18 August 1899, d. circa 1980
FatherHubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 Aug 1854, d. 1916
MotherMary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 Aug 1855, d. 20 Mar 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Cyril was in the commercial paint business in California. 
Birth*Cyril Lesie Tittemore was born on 18 August 1899 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Hubert Eugene Tittemore and Mary Elizabeth Pell
Death*Cyril Lesie Tittemore died circa 1980 in Laguna Hills, Orange County, California, U.S.A..1 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Franklin Abram Tittemore1

M, b. 6 February 1883, d. 9 November 1968
FatherHubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 Aug 1854, d. 1916
MotherMary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 Aug 1855, d. 20 Mar 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Franklin owned a company that manufactured Paint Stripping Equipment inPacific Grove, California for the California highways. 
Birth*Franklin Abram Tittemore was born on 6 February 1883 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Hubert Eugene Tittemore and Mary Elizabeth Pell
Marriage*Franklin Abram Tittemore married Laura Marcella Damon, daughter of Walter Keith Damon , Sr. and Minnie L. Linderman, on 6 February 1908.1 
Death*Franklin Abram Tittemore died on 9 November 1968 in Pacific Grove, Monterey County, California, U.S.A., at age 85.1 

Family

Laura Marcella Damon b. 1891, d. 1978
Children

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Hubert Eugene Tittemore1

M, b. 2 August 1854, d. 1916
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Hubert Eugene Tittemore was born on 2 August 1854 in Saint Arant Center, Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada.2 
He was the son of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 
Marriage*Hubert Eugene Tittemore married Mary Elizabeth Pell on 11 November 1875.2 
Death*Hubert Eugene Tittemore died in 1916 in Monterrey County, California, U.S.A..2 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S989] Donald Coy, "Coy descendancy chart, from LDS data", July 1996 (Seattle, Washington). . Hereinafter cited as "Coy descendancy chart, from LDS data."
  2. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

James Carlton Tittemore1

M, b. 5 April 1890, d. circa 1970
FatherHubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 Aug 1854, d. 1916
MotherMary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 Aug 1855, d. 20 Mar 1947
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*James Carlton Tittemore was born on 5 April 1890 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Hubert Eugene Tittemore and Mary Elizabeth Pell
Marriage*James Carlton Tittemore married Mabel E. Ames on 14 November 1912.1 
Death*James Carlton Tittemore died circa 1970 in Richmond, Alameda County, California, U.S.A..1 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Jennie Maria Tittemore1

F, b. 29 June 1864
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Jennie Maria Tittemore was born on 29 June 1864 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Louisa Elenor Tittemore1

F, b. 7 August 1875
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Louisa Elenor Tittemore was born on 7 August 1875 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Morrill Abram Tittemore1

M, b. 10 October 1860
FatherAbram Tittemore b. 23 May 1829
MotherElizabeth E. b. 15 Jul 1833
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Morrill Abram Tittemore was born on 10 October 1860 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Abram Tittemore and Elizabeth E. 

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore1

F, b. 22 November 1880, d. 5 November 1972
FatherHubert Eugene Tittemore b. 2 Aug 1854, d. 1916
MotherMary Elizabeth Pell b. 4 Aug 1855, d. 20 Mar 1947
Last Edited17 May 2011
Birth*Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore was born on 22 November 1880 in Salinas, Monterey County, California, U.S.A..1 
She was the daughter of Hubert Eugene Tittemore and Mary Elizabeth Pell
Marriage*Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore married Mr. Fry
Marriage*Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore married Chester H. Andrews on 8 March 1909.1 
Death*Nettie Elizabeth Tittemore died on 5 November 1972 in Pacific Grove, Monterey County, California, U.S.A., at age 91.1 

Family 1

Mr. Fry

Family 2

Chester H. Andrews

Citations

  1. [S952] Barbara Lynn Tettemore, "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore", 1996 (1206 E. 1st St., Tustin, CA., 92780). . Hereinafter cited as "Compiled Records - Barbara Lynn Tettemore."

A A Titus1

M, b. circa 1835
ChartsDescendants of John Cory & Agnis Wauker
Last Edited28 Mar 2003
Birth*A A Titus was born circa 1835.1 
Marriage*He married Lucy Corey, daughter of Enos Corey and Electra Wilcox, after 1870.1 

Family

Lucy Corey b. circa 1836

Citations

  1. [S2043] Cory Family Society. This site contains genealogies of several early Corey/Cory families., online http://www.coryfamsoc.com. Hereinafter cited as Cory Family Society.

Abiel Titus1

M, b. 17 March 1639, d. 1736
FatherRobert Titus b. c 1600, d. c 1679
MotherHannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 Mar 1678/79
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited25 Dec 2006
Name Variation Abiel Titus is also known as Abial.2 
Birth*He was born on 17 March 1639 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 
He was the son of Robert Titus and Hannah or Anne Carter
Marriage*Abiel Titus married Rebecca Scudder in 1672 in Huntington, Queens County, New York.1 
Death*Abiel Titus died in 1736 in Huntington, Queens County, New York.1 

Family

Rebecca Scudder b. circa 1650

Citations

  1. [S2172] Leo. J. Titus, Titus, a North American Family History (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 2004). Hereinafter cited as Titus, a North American Family History.
  2. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Abigail Titus1

F, b. 18 February 1651, d. 31 May 1734
FatherJohn Titus1 b. 18 Dec 1627, d. 16 Apr 1690
MotherRachel1 d. c 1658
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited7 Jan 2005
Birth*Abigail Titus was born on 18 February 1651 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1 
She was the daughter of John Titus and Rachel.1 
Death*Abigail Titus died on 31 May 1734 at age 83.1 

Citations

  1. [S2172] Leo. J. Titus, Titus, a North American Family History (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 2004). Hereinafter cited as Titus, a North American Family History.

Alithea Titus

F
ChartsAncestors of David Arthur Walker
Descendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited20 Sep 2006
Name Variation Alithea Titus is also known as Althea Titus. 
Marriage*She married John Titus, son of John Titus and Hannah, on 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, 1795.1 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Amy Titus

F, b. July 1733, d. 3 April 1808
FatherJohn Titus b. 26 Sep 1703, d. 9 Oct 1732
MotherAlithea Titus
ChartsAncestors of David Arthur Walker
Descendants of Richard Coye & Lucy Ann Lenten
Descendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited5 Jun 2011
Religion*Religion: Amy Titus was Baptist. 
Name Variation Amy Titus is also known as Ame Titus.1 
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 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 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-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.

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 at Pomfret, Windham Co., CT. d. Sep. 19, 1795 at Upper Gagetown, Queens Co., N.B. 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 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-law Thomas 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 of Eleazer Slocum and Andrew Joslin to Amasa Coy, Lots 6 and 7 in Waterborough, 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 New Brunswick in 1763 and settled on the banks of the St. John, in that part of the country now called Canning. He and his family spent their first summer in a cave which he dug in the bank of the intervale, but which he was obliged to relinquish for a camp on the high land, on the approach of winter and the autumn floods. During the first few years in their wilderness home, Mr. Coy and his family experienced the severest hardships, living chiefly on fish mainly bass, which at that time abounded in the river and the ground-nut which grew plentifully on the intervale. The latter, when roasted, is not unlike the sweet potato. During the second year he was obliged to dig out the potatoes which he had planted in order to keep his family from starving, and on one occasion, after the children had retired for the night, Mrs. Coy approached their emaciated forms to discover whether or not they were living. In the following winter food became so scarce that he was obliged to travel on snow-shoes with a toboggan or handsled to the mouth of the St. John where there were a few French houses in search of provision. All he could obtain was a half a barrel of eels. With these he set out on his homeward journey, but on coming up the river to a certain point, he mistook an inlet for the main channel, and darkness setting in he was obliged to make his bed in the snow. From this circumstance The Mistake took its name.' Mr. Coy was a member of the first Presbyterian Church organized in Sheffield, Sunbury Co., N.B. In an article in the Saint John Daily Telegraph on Sep. 10 and 11, 1894 a report was produced titled 'Before the Loyalists, The Inhabitants On The Saint John.' The report was originally made for Major G. Studholm, Commandant of Fort Howe, on Jun. 30, 1783 and listed the settlers on the Saint John River, presumably as a guide as to whether or not they were loyal to the Crown and thus to be allowed to retain possession of their lands. The following comment was made in this report regarding Edward Coy: ' 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 Saint John, administration grated March 6, 1817 to the widow Mary Morris and Alexander McLeod, Merchant. No children mentioned. xi Amy Coy.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++.2 
Birth*She was born in July 1733 in Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, (U.S.A.), 41.897522,-71.962066.1 
She was the daughter of John Titus and Alithea Titus
Marriage*Amy Titus married Edward J. Coy Sr., son of Jonathan Coy, on 2 January 1755 in Abington Congregational Church, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, (U.S.A.), 41.897522,-71.962066.3,4 
ReligionReligion: Amy Titus and Edward J. Coy Sr. were members of First Presbyterian Church. 
Death*Amy Titus died on 3 April 1808 in Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, at age 74; the year 1808 is inscribed on her headstone.1 
Alt-DeathAn alternate death date is on 4 April 1802 in Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick; her tombstone death date is 1808.3 
BurialShe was buried in Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, 45.845777,-66.240817.
Inscription: Here lies the / Body of Amy Coy. Wife of / Edward Coy she Departed / this life. April , 3th 1808 Aged 75 / years. [small plaque added] Restored By / The NB Bicentennial / Coy Family Reunion / August 12, 1984.1,5
Tombstone, Amy Titus, Upper Gagetown Baptist Cemetery, New Brunswick.

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S986] Miscellaneous contributors, "New Brunswick Museum, Archives, History Dept." (277 Douglas Ave., Saint John, New Brunswick). . Hereinafter cited as "New Brunswick Museum, Archives, History Dept."
  2. [S3635] Correspondence with Bill Arthurs (Ottawa, Ontario). David Arthur Walker (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada).
  3. [S308] Lola B. Hubbard, Descendants of Edward Coy Special Compilation/Collection, Provincial Archives of N.B. (MC80/1495), . Hereinafter cited as Descendants of Edward Coy.
  4. [S204] New Brunswick Museum & Archives, compiler, New Brunswick Museum & Archives (History Dept, 277 Douglas Ave., St. John, New Brunswick, Canada: New Brunswick Museum & Archives). Hereinafter cited as New Brunswick Museum & Archives.
  5. [S3625] Cemetery Marker - Amy Titus, Amy Titus Tombstone inscription; David A Walker, 22 August 2003.

Benjamin Titus1

M
Last Edited26 Mar 2011
Birth*Benjamin Titus was born in Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
Marriage*He married Dorcas Anne Dykeman, daughter of Jacob Wggins Dykeman and Joanna Springer, on 22 June 1843.1 
Burial*Benjamin Titus was buried in Titus Burying Ground, Jemseg, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Family

Dorcas Anne Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Bessie Mabel Titus1

F
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Marriage*Bessie Mabel Titus married Wilmot Tully Dykeman, son of James Garret Dykeman and Rebecca Jane Scribner

Family

Wilmot Tully Dykeman b. 12 February 1881
Child

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Carolina Blanch Titus

F
Last Edited16 Apr 2001

Family

Clyde Ormand Doty
Child

Charles Titus1

M
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Charles Titus was born in Of Hampton, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Dykeman, daughter of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. and Dorcas Manzer, on 15 January 1823.1 

Family

Elizabeth Dykeman b. 23 July 1805
Child

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Charles Titus1

M, b. 1800, d. September 1879
Last Edited19 Mar 2011
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. 
Birth*Charles Titus was born in 1800.1 
Marriage*He married Rachel Stone, daughter of Ezekiel Stone and Phoebe Gunter, on 10 July 1871 in Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
Death*Charles Titus died in September 1879.1 
Burial*He was buried in the Titus Hill Cemetery, Titusville, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*He married Elizabeth

Family 1

Rachel Stone b. 10 June 1820

Family 2

Elizabeth b. February 1870

Citations

  1. [S1014] Wayne Gunter, "Gunter Family Heritage File" (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada). . Hereinafter cited as "Gunter Family Heritage File."

Content Titus1

M, b. 28 March 1643, d. 17 January 1730
FatherRobert Titus b. c 1600, d. c 1679
MotherHannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 Mar 1678/79
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited7 Jan 2005
Birth*Content Titus was born on 28 March 1643 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts; Weymouth Vital Records.1 
He was the son of Robert Titus and Hannah or Anne Carter
Marriage*Content Titus married Elizabeth Moore circa 1665.2 
Death*Content Titus died on 17 January 1730 at age 86.1 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  2. [S2172] Leo. J. Titus, Titus, a North American Family History (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 2004). Hereinafter cited as Titus, a North American Family History.

Donna Faye Titus1

F, b. January 1941, d. 13 March 1941
FatherEdgington Earl Titus b. 5 Mar 1912, d. 16 Jun 1985
MotherDorothy Geraldine Swift b. 1920, d. 30 Jul 1998
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Donna Faye Titus was born in January 1941.1 
She was the daughter of Edgington Earl Titus and Dorothy Geraldine Swift
Death*Donna Faye Titus died on 13 March 1941.1 

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Dorcas Dykeman Titus1

F
FatherCharles Titus
MotherElizabeth Dykeman b. 23 Jul 1805
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Dorcas Dykeman Titus was the daughter of Charles Titus and Elizabeth Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Edgington Earl Titus1

M, b. 5 March 1912, d. 16 June 1985
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited12 Dec 2013
Name-ComEdgington Earl Titus is commonly known as Edgie Titus.1 
Birth*He was born on 5 March 1912 in Central Grove, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 
Marriage*He married Dorothy Geraldine Swift, daughter of Frederick Austen Swift and Geneva Belle Bates, on 14 October 1938 in By Rev. J. W. Derby at Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 
Death*Edgington Earl Titus died on 16 June 1985 in Digby General Hospital, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 73. 
Burial*He was buried in Westport Baptist Cemetery, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Edmund Titus1

M, b. 1630, d. 7 April 1715
FatherRobert Titus b. c 1600, d. c 1679
MotherHannah or Anne Carter b. 1596, d. 24 Mar 1678/79
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited10 Oct 2006
Birth*Edmund Titus was born in 1630 in St. Catherines, Herts, England.1 
He was the son of Robert Titus and Hannah or Anne Carter
Note*Came to Nassau Co., NY in 1650 and became prominent in the Quaker movement. As described in the book, Adam and Anne Mott, Their Ancestors 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 fifth First day, and was held at Westbury or 'Plainedge,' at the house of Edmond Titus. Other meetings were held on the intervening First days at other 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 'a meeting shall be held every five weeks, on the First day, to begin at Edmond 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 after the coming of Henry Willis they sometimes stopped with him.' m. Martha (Mary according to Samuel Willis notes) Washburn (also spelled Washbourne), daughter of William and Jane of Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY in 1655 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 list compiled on Nov. before moving to Their children. in 1650. 
Marriage*Edmund Titus married Martha 'May' Washburn in 1655 in Westbury, Nassau County, New York, U.S.A..1 
Death*Edmund Titus died on 7 April 1715 in Westbury, Nassua County, New York, U.S.A..1 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  2. [S2235] Mary Powell Bunker, Long Island Genealogies (Albany (Munsell), Rutland, Vermont (Tuttle): Joel Munsell's Sons (1895), Tuttle (1988), First Edition 1895, this edition 1988). Hereinafter cited as Long Island Genealogies.

Elizabeth Titus1

F, b. 20 March 1772, d. 15 December 1844
FatherJohn Titus b. 1732, d. 1804
MotherElizabeth Beadle b. 1735, d. 1812
Last Edited30 Dec 2004
Birth*Elizabeth Titus was born on 20 March 1772 in Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.2,1 
She was the daughter of John Titus and Elizabeth Beadle
Marriage*Elizabeth Titus married Andrew Gunter, son of Conrad Gunter and Mary Braun, on 26 December 1789 in (Coytown), Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick.2,1 
Death*Elizabeth Titus died on 15 December 1844 in Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, at age 72.2,1 
Burial*She was buried in 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).2
 

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S359] Andrew C. Gunter, compiler, Descendants of Andrew Gunter & Elizabeth Titus, 3rd Ed. (Fredericton, New Brunswick: Self published, 12 August 2000). Hereinafter cited as Descendants of Andrew Gunter & Elizabeth Titus.
  2. [S1014] Wayne Gunter, "Gunter Family Heritage File" (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada). . Hereinafter cited as "Gunter Family Heritage File."

Experience Titus1

F, b. 9 October 1669
FatherJohn Titus1 b. 18 Dec 1627, d. 16 Apr 1690
MotherAbigail Carpenter1 b. 9 Apr 1643, d. 5 Mar 1709/10
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited7 Jan 2005
Birth*Experience Titus was born on 9 October 1669 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1 
She was the daughter of John Titus and Abigail Carpenter.1 

Citations

  1. [S2172] Leo. J. Titus, Titus, a North American Family History (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 2004). Hereinafter cited as Titus, a North American Family History.

Garry Everett Titus1

M, b. 8 December 1942, d. 1991
FatherEdgington Earl Titus b. 5 Mar 1912, d. 16 Jun 1985
MotherDorothy Geraldine Swift b. 1920, d. 30 Jul 1998
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited26 Mar 2011
Note*Garry Everett Titus, son of Edgington Earl 'Edgie' Titus and Dorothy Geraldine Swift, was born Dec. 8, 1942. d. 1991. Buried in Hilltop Cemetery, Westport, NS. m. Viola Gail Kenny, daughter of Daniel B, of Westport, NS, on May 9, 1964 at the Westport United Baptist Church by Rev. 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*Garry Everett Titus was born on 8 December 1942.1 
He was the son of Edgington Earl Titus and Dorothy Geraldine Swift
Death*Garry Everett Titus died in 1991.1 
Burial*He was buried in Westport Baptist Cemetery, Westport, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Hannah Titus

F, b. 27 October 1701, d. 11 February 1764
FatherJohn Titus b. 12 Mar 1677/78, d. 15 Apr 1758
MotherHannah b. c 1680, d. 1 Feb 1708/9
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited22 Oct 2002
Birth*Hannah Titus was born on 27 October 1701 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1 
She was the daughter of John Titus and Hannah
Marriage*Hannah Titus married Paul Healy, son of Paul Healy , Sr. and Elizabeth Smith, on 17 May 1720; Records show a Hannah Titus posting intentions to marry Paul Healy, both of Rehoboth, on May 17, 1720.1 
Marriage*Hannah Titus married Joseph Read on 6 December 1727; They were married by Rev. David Turner.1 
Death*Hannah Titus died on 11 February 1764 at age 62.1 

Family 1

Paul Healy b. circa 1695, d. June 1725
Children

Family 2

Joseph Read

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Hannah Titus1

F, b. 28 November 1658, d. 12 November 1673
FatherJohn Titus1 b. 18 Dec 1627, d. 16 Apr 1690
MotherRachel1 d. c 1658
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited7 Jan 2005
Birth*Hannah Titus was born on 28 November 1658.1 
She was the daughter of John Titus and Rachel.1 
Death*Hannah Titus died on 12 November 1673 at age 14.1 

Citations

  1. [S2172] Leo. J. Titus, Titus, a North American Family History (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 2004). Hereinafter cited as Titus, a North American Family History.

Howard Whitfield Titus1

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Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Marriage*Howard Whitfield Titus married Susan Scribner Dykeman, daughter of James Garret Dykeman and Rebecca Jane Scribner, on 20 June 1896.1 

Family

Susan Scribner Dykeman b. 29 October 1876

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Isaac Titus1

M, b. June 1746
FatherTimothy Titus b. 7 Oct 1726, d. 2 May 1802
MotherCharity Losee b. 18 Aug 1725
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited19 May 2011
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. 
Birth*Isaac Titus was born in June 1746 in Wheatley, Nassau County, New York, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Timothy Titus and Charity Losee
Marriage*Isaac Titus married Jemima Mead

Family

Jemima Mead
Child

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Jacob Titus1

M, b. 1 July 1703, d. August 1792
FatherJohn Titus b. 29 Apr 1672, d. 4 Mar 1749/50
MotherSarah Willis b. 6 Jul 1671, d. 1 Mar 1729/30
ChartsDescendants of Silas Titus & Jane Newdyke
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
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*Jacob Titus was born on 1 July 1703 in Westbury, Nassua County, New York, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of John Titus and Sarah Willis
Marriage*Jacob Titus married Margaret Gorman on 18 November 1725.1 
Death*Jacob Titus died in August 1792 at age 89.1 

Family

Margaret Gorman
Child

Citations

  1. [S1005] William R. Arthurs, word processor file, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.