Tilley Pearsall Genealogy Database

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Elizabeth Tilley

F, #10851, b. about 1789, d. 10 July 1866

Parents

FatherSamuel Tilley (b. 1731, d. 1815)
MotherElizabeth Morgan (d. 1835)

Family: Jeremiah Gove (b. 8 March 1786)

Biography

Birthabout 1789Elizabeth Tilley was born about 1789 in St John, St John County, New Brunswick, Canada.1
Marriage6 February 1812Jeremiah Gove and she were married on 6 February 1812 in King's County, New Brunswick, For the most complete information on their descendants, refer to the Tilley Genealogy pdf on the Queens County Heritage website, linked in footnote.1
Death10 July 1866She died on 10 July 1866 in St John, St John County, New Brunswick, Canada,1
Burial12 July 1866She was buried on 12 July 1866 at Fernhill Cemetery in St John, St John County, New Brunswick, Canada.1
Last Edited23 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p.32; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

Jeremiah Gove

M, #10852, b. 8 March 1786

Family: Elizabeth Tilley (b. about 1789, d. 10 July 1866)

Biography

Birth8 March 1786Jeremiah Gove was born on 8 March 1786 in Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine.1
Marriage6 February 1812He and Elizabeth Tilley were married on 6 February 1812 in King's County, New Brunswick, For the most complete information on their descendants, refer to the Tilley Genealogy pdf on the Queens County Heritage website, linked in footnote.1
Last Edited23 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p.32; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

Mary Chase

F, #10853, b. 7 April 1776, d. 7 July 1866

Parents

FatherJames Percy Chase (b. 1744, d. 23 September 1816)

Family: James Tilley (b. 1 January 1773, d. 23 November 1851)

DaughterAnna Tilley (b. 5 January 1793, d. 18 April 1827)
SonThomas Morgan Tilley+ (b. 21 November 1795)
SonJames Tilley (b. about 1797)

Biography

Birth7 April 1776Mary Chase was born on 7 April 1776 in Freetown, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1
Marriage14 September 1793James Tilley and she were married on 14 September 1793 in Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada, For the most complete information on their descendants, refer to the Tilley Genealogy pdf on the Queens County Heritage website, linked in footnote.2
Death7 July 1866She died on 7 July 1866 in Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada,1
Last Edited9 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S287] Find a Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com, ID = 201973069 , Sheffield United Church Cemetery, Sheffield, NB, Canada
  2. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p.1; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

James Percy Chase

M, #10854, b. 1744, d. 23 September 1816

Family:

DaughterMary Chase+ (b. 7 April 1776, d. 7 July 1866)

Biography

Birth1744James Percy Chase was born in 1744 in Assonet, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
Death23 September 1816He died on 23 September 1816 in Burton, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada,
Last Edited9 February 2021

Thomas Morgan Tilley

M, #10855, b. 21 November 1795

Parents

FatherJames Tilley (b. 1 January 1773, d. 23 November 1851)
MotherMary Chase (b. 7 April 1776, d. 7 July 1866)

Biography

Birth21 November 1795Thomas Morgan Tilley was born on 21 November 1795 in Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada. alternate birth date 27 Mar 1796.1
Last Edited13 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p. 1; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

Susan Ann Hunt Peters

F, #10856

Family: Thomas Morgan Tilley (b. 21 November 1795)

SonSir Samuel Leonard Tilley
Last Edited13 February 2021

Anna Tilley

F, #10859, b. 5 January 1793, d. 18 April 1827

Parents

FatherJames Tilley (b. 1 January 1773, d. 23 November 1851)
MotherMary Chase (b. 7 April 1776, d. 7 July 1866)

Family: Benjamin Morse (b. 1788, d. 1852)

Biography

Birth5 January 1793Anna Tilley was born on 5 January 1793 in New Brunswick, Canada.
Marriage5 September 1811Benjamin Morse and she were married on 5 September 1811 in New Brunswick, Canada, For further information on this family, see the Queens County Heritage site "Tilley Genealogy."1,2
Death18 April 1827She died on 18 April 1827 in Ohio
Last Edited13 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S287] Find a Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com, ID = 96640218 , Chase Cemetery, Gagetown, NB, Canada
  2. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p. 1; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

Benjamin Morse

M, #10860, b. 1788, d. 1852

Family: Anna Tilley (b. 5 January 1793, d. 18 April 1827)

Biography

Birth1788Benjamin Morse was born in 1788.
Marriage5 September 1811He and Anna Tilley were married on 5 September 1811 in New Brunswick, Canada, For further information on this family, see the Queens County Heritage site "Tilley Genealogy."1,2
Death1852He died in 1852
Last Edited13 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S287] Find a Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com, ID = 96640218 , Chase Cemetery, Gagetown, NB, Canada
  2. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p. 1; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

James Tilley

M, #10861, b. about 1797

Parents

FatherJames Tilley (b. 1 January 1773, d. 23 November 1851)
MotherMary Chase (b. 7 April 1776, d. 7 July 1866)

Biography

Birthabout 1797James Tilley was born about 1797 in Sheffield, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Last Edited13 February 2021

John Tilley, Cape Ann Overseer

M, #10862

Biography

Research NoteDorchester Company. List of possible members of the Dorchester Company. Website by Michael Russell, Fordington, Dorset:

https://sites.rootsweb.com/~fordingtondorset/Files/FordingtonDorchesterCo2.html

There is a William Tilley, from Devon.

Uses material from Rose-Troup's book "John White, Patriarch of Dorchester.
Research NoteGreat Migration Entry. Page 1823 of the Great Migration.1
Research Note1624In 1624 Cape Ann, Massachusetts, Overseer of Fishing Operation...it was also known as the Dorchester Company. Later in 1624, they sent out a single vessel, the Fellowship, which arrived late for the fishing season. Upon its return home. "fourteen space men [were] left in the country" at Cape Ann, near what is now Gloucester Harbor. Two of the spare men left behing were "Mr. John Tylly and Mr. Thomas Gardener...employed as overseers of that whole business, the first with reference to fishing, the other with respect to the planting on the main land, at least for one year's time."2,3
Last Edited16 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), p. 1823
  2. [S991] Robert Charles Anderson, Puritan Pedigrees: The Deep Roots of the Great Migration to New England (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2018), p. 330
  3. [S761] "WikiTree", database, WikiTree (www.wikitree.com), "https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Tilley-954", John Tilley (abt. 1600-1636) entry; submitted, [contact information for private use]

Edward Julian Peckham

M, #10863, b. 20 August 1917, d. 1985

Parents

FatherJulian F. Peckham (d. 27 March 1975)
MotherFlorence Smith (b. February 1890, d. 24 July 1965)

Family: Natalie Alwin Stevens (b. 8 July 1917, d. 15 September 2006)

DaughterJune Peckham
DaughterPeggy Peckham

Biography

Birth20 August 1917Edward Julian Peckham was born on 20 August 1917.
Marriage29 June 1940He and Natalie Alwin Stevens were married on 29 June 1940 in Middletown, Newport County, Rhode Island,
Death1985He died in 1985
Burial1985He was buried in 1985 at Middletown Cemetery in Middletown, Newport County, Rhode Island.
Last Edited22 February 2021

Natalie Alwin Stevens

F, #10864, b. 8 July 1917, d. 15 September 2006

Family: Edward Julian Peckham (b. 20 August 1917, d. 1985)

DaughterJune Peckham
DaughterPeggy Peckham

Biography

Birth8 July 1917Natalie Alwin Stevens was born on 8 July 1917.
Marriage29 June 1940Edward Julian Peckham and she were married on 29 June 1940 in Middletown, Newport County, Rhode Island,
Death15 September 2006She died on 15 September 2006 in Bristol, Rhode Island,
Obituary18 September 200618 September 2006, Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island, Newport Daily News Obituary:. Natalie S. Peckham, 89, of St. Elizabeth's Manor, Bristol, RI, formerly of Green End Avenue, Middletown, RI, died Friday, September 15, 2005 at St. Elizabeth's.

She was the wife of the late Edward J. Peckham.

Born in Providence, RI on July 8, 1917, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Isabelle (Thompson) Stevens.

She leaves two daughters, June Peckham of Newport, RI and Peggy Stoos of Middletown and three grandchildren, Johanna Stoos of Warren, RI, Evan Stoos of Middletown and Adam Ocasso of Newport.

She was sister of the late Gladys Marco.

Funeral services are private. Donaltions in her memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association. Funeral arrangements by Memorial Funeral Home, 375 Broadway, Newport, RI.
Last Edited22 February 2021

June Peckham

F, #10865

Parents

FatherEdward Julian Peckham (b. 20 August 1917, d. 1985)
MotherNatalie Alwin Stevens (b. 8 July 1917, d. 15 September 2006)
Last Edited22 February 2021

Edward J. Peckham

M, #10866

Family: Caroline Carr (b. 13 November 1864, d. 14 April 1935)

SonJulian F. Peckham+ (d. 27 March 1975)

Biography

Marriage15 August 1887Edward J. Peckham and Caroline Carr were married on 15 August 1887
Last Edited22 February 2021

Caroline Carr

F, #10867, b. 13 November 1864, d. 14 April 1935

Family: Edward J. Peckham

SonJulian F. Peckham+ (d. 27 March 1975)

Biography

Birth13 November 1864Caroline Carr was born on 13 November 1864 in Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island.
Marriage15 August 1887Edward J. Peckham and she were married on 15 August 1887
Death14 April 1935She died on 14 April 1935 in Eustis, Florida,
Last Edited22 February 2021

Laurence S. Peckham

M, #10868

Parents

FatherJulian F. Peckham (d. 27 March 1975)
MotherFlorence Smith (b. February 1890, d. 24 July 1965)
Last Edited22 February 2021

Peggy Peckham

F, #10869

Parents

FatherEdward Julian Peckham (b. 20 August 1917, d. 1985)
MotherNatalie Alwin Stevens (b. 8 July 1917, d. 15 September 2006)
Last Edited22 February 2021

Charlotte Nickerson

F, #10870, b. about 1779

Family: Jacob Tilley (b. about 1775, d. 23 October 1849)

Biography

Birthabout 1779Charlotte Nickerson was born about 1779.
Marriage16 November 1796Jacob Tilley and she were married on 16 November 1796 in Waterborough Parish, New Brunswick, For the most complete information on their descendants, refer to the Tilley Genealogy pdf on the Queens County Heritage website, linked in footnote.1
Last Edited23 February 2021

Citations

  1. [S987] , Some Descendants of Samuel Tilley, UE,c1740-1814: With Addendum 23 Feb 2003 by Barbara L Winn, Westmount, Quebec (Gagetown, New Brunswick: Queen's County Historical Society, Gagetown, N.B., 24 May 1999), p.29; pdf, Queens County Heritage, http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/index.php (http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/TilleyGenealogy.pdf : accessed

Catherine Estle

F, #10871

Family: William Bonar (b. 3 March 1755, d. 1819)

DaughterSarah "Sallie" Bonar+ (b. 1791, d. 1826)
Last Edited24 February 2021

Samuel Hoyt

M, #10872, b. about 1642, d. 7 April 1720

Family: Hannah Holly (b. 18 April 1651, d. 7 December 1710)

Biography

Birthabout 1642Samuel Hoyt was born about 1642.
Marriage1668He and Hannah Holly were married in 1668 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut,
Death7 April 1720He died on 7 April 1720 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut,
Last Edited4 March 2021

Walter Selleck

M, #10873, b. May 1885, d. 1928

Parents

FatherSamuel Allen Selleck (b. 1861, d. 14 March 1933)
MotherEmily Dangler (b. 1861)

Family: Jessie Elizabeth Brown (b. 10 June 1879, d. 23 December 1961)

Biography

BirthMay 1885Walter Selleck was born in May 1885 in Asbury Park, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Marriage29 November 1904He and Jessie Elizabeth Brown were married on 29 November 1904 in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania,
Newspaper Mention30 November 1904The 30 November 1904 edition of the Pittston Gazette, Pittston, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, reported Asbury Park Young Man Takes Pittston Young Lady as His Bride and Will Live Here

A quiet wedding was celebrated last evening at the home of Mrs. Ellen Brown, on Tedrick road, when her daughter, Miss Jessie Elizabeth, was united in marriage to Walter Selleck, of Asbury Park, N.J. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.J. K. Fletcher, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. The bride made a neat appearance in a cream colored gown, with silk and lace trimmings. A small company of relatives and friends attended the wedding. The bride received a number of pretty gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Selleck will make their home with the bride's mother, Mr. Selleck being employed here by the Pennsylvania Telephone Co.
Census1910He appeared in the census 1910 in Bradley Beach, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Walter is listed as: Walter Selleck (Head, age 26, married 5 years, Lineman, Telephone company, rents home)
Jessie E. (Wife, age 30, married 5 years, 2 children, 2 living, b. in Penna and parents also.)
Katherine (Daughter, age 4, b. New Jersey)
Ealeanor [sic] (Daughter, age 4 months, b. New Jersey)
Death1928He died in 1928 in Asbury Park, Monmouth County, New Jersey,
Last Edited18 March 2021

Edward Selleck

M, #10874

Parents

FatherSamuel Allen Selleck (b. 1861, d. 14 March 1933)
MotherEmily Dangler (b. 1861)
Last Edited17 March 2021

Herbert Selleck

F, #10875

Parents

FatherSamuel Allen Selleck (b. 1861, d. 14 March 1933)
MotherLouise Woolley
Last Edited18 March 2021