Thomas Tileston, 16111694 (aged 83 years)

Name
Thomas /Tileston/
Given names
Thomas
Surname
Tileston
Birth 1611 31 26

MarriageElizabeth HeathView this family
1631 (aged 20 years)
Birth of a daughterRuth Tileston
1641 (aged 30 years)

Death of a wifeElizabeth Heath
1651 (aged 40 years)
Marriage of a childTimothy FosterRuth TilestonView this family
October 13, 1663 (aged 52 years)
Death of a motherCatherine Leigh
1665 (aged 54 years)
Death of a daughterRuth Tileston
December 5, 1677 (aged 66 years)

Death of a fatherEdward Thomas Tileston

Death June 24, 1694 (aged 83 years)
Burial
Family with parents
father
mother
15851665
Birth: 1585Maulden, Bedfordshire, England
Death: 1665Tilston, Cheshire, England
Marriage
Marriage: 1605
7 years
himself
16111694
Birth: 1611 31 26
Death: June 24, 1694Dorchester, Massachusetts, USA
Family with Elizabeth Heath
himself
16111694
Birth: 1611 31 26
Death: June 24, 1694Dorchester, Massachusetts, USA
wife
16121651
Birth: 1612 32 22England
Death: 1651Dorchester, Massachusetts, USA
Marriage
Marriage: 1631Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA
11 years
daughter
16411677
Birth: 1641 30 29
Death: December 5, 1677
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(Research):https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Source:History_of_the_Town_of_Dorchester%2C_Massachusetts

"Thomas Tileston, grantee of land 1634, and often afterwards; freeman 1636; died June 24, 1694, aged 83. He appears to have been an enterprising and useful man. His wife was Elizabeth. His children were - Timothy, born 1636; Onisephorus, born 1651; Cornelius, who died 20 (5) 1659; Elizabeth, born 1639; Naomi; Ruth; Bathsheba, born 1649. Elizabeth died unmarried; Naomi probably died young; Ruth married, when she was quite young, Richard Denton. He lived but a short time; then she married Timothy Foster, who came from Scituate. Bathsheba married John Payson, of Roxbury. Timothy owned one half of the tide mill, in Mill street, in 1697. It has been in the family to this day. It was built by Edward Breck, who sold it to William Robinson, and Robinson to Tileston. Onisephorus succeeded to this father's estate."