Family of Richard Tilden (290) & Elizabeth Glover
819. Julyan Tilden. Born ca 1548. Julyan died on 6 Jun 1617.
On 21 Jun 1568 Julyan married Thomas Finch in Tenterdon, Kent.
820. Agnes Tilden. Born ca 1550.
On 14 Feb 1568/9 Agnes married Peter Pyers in St. Mildred's, Tenterden.
821. Thomasen Tilden. Born ca 1552 in Kent, England.
822. Mary Tilden. Born on 8 Jun 1556 in Tenterdon, Kent.77
823. Thomas Tilden. Born bef 1541 in Beneden, Kent. Thomas died in Jun 1617 in Kent, England. Buried on 6 Jun 1617 in Wye, Kent.
Will: The Will of Thomas Tylden of the parish of Wye in the County of Kent, 14 March 1616/7. To the poor of Wye 20s. 5 pounds to be distributed among the poor ministers. I make my son Joseph Tilden my executor and give him all that debt due me from James Thetcher of Willingdon I the County of Sussex. My wife Alyce shall have the use of all my household stuff and moveable goods during her life, with liberty to dispose of them to all or any of my children during her life and at her death to dispose of them that remain to such of my children as shall be living and not elsewhere. To my son Thomas Tylden 5 pounds. My wil1 concerning the disposition of all my lands, tenements and hereditaments in the Counties of Sussex and Kent or elsewhere within the Realm of England is as follows: "First my will & meaning is that Nathaniel1 my sonne his heyres & Assignes shall for ever holde and enioye o peece of fresh marshe land lyinge in the parish of East Guyldeford in the Countye of Sussex called by the name of Cowelees contayneinge by estymation xxx acres accordinge to one deede of feafment thereof by me made to the use of the said Nathaniell Itm I doe will giue and bequeath to the said Nathaniell my sonne & to his heyres forever one peice of fresh mersh land with the appurtenances called or knowne by the name of the Gyve acres lyinge & beinge in the aforesaid Parish of East Guyldeford together with a sufficeint carrying way to carrye driue goe to & for him his heyres & Assignes through one peece of land called the upper peece of the lesser Spanyards lyinge in Guyldfford aforesaid." To my sons Joseph and Hopestill Tilden their heirs and assigns forever the aforesaid piece of land called the upper piece of the lesser Spanyards containing twenty acres. To sone Freegift Tilden and his heirs forever, if he live to the age of one and twenty years, a piece of fresh mersh land in East Guyldford containing fifteen acres known by the name of the nether piece of the lesser Spanyards and abutting upon Cowe lees aforesaid toward the south, with right of way to said land through the land called the upper piece of the lesser Spanyards bequeathed to son Nathaniel. If Freegift die before the age of one and twenty years, reversion to sons Nathaniel and Hopestill and their heirs forever. During the minority of Freegift 10 pounds a year to be paid to wife Alice toward her jointure of 20 pounds made by me to her during her life, the other 10 pounds of the said 20 pounds to be paid out of the lands bequeathed to sons Joseph and Hopestill. To son Freegift at the age of one and twenty years my messuage with the barn and other buildings, orchard, garden and seven pieces of land containing seventeen acres now in the occupation of the widow Gylbert, lying in the parish of Cranbrook upon the den of Omenden. If he die before said age, reversion to son Joseph and his heirs. Wife Alyce to receive the profits of all Freegift’s land during his minority and use them to see him brought up to leasning, and if she die, son Joseph to receive them for that purpose, allowing to Freegift sufficient maintenance and yielding an account to him when he accomplishes his age of one and twenty years. Thomas Tilden. Witnesses: Suretonhie Nicholes, Robert Hall, and Willyam Avsten. Proved 20 June 1617 by Joseph Tilden, son and executor named in the will. (The will was contested 23 September 1617, the widow Alice Tilden and sons Nathniel Tilden of Tenterden, Hopestill Tilden of the town of Sandwich, and Thomas Tilden and Freegift Tilden of Wye bringing suit agains the Executor Joseph Tilden. 27 March 1618 sentence was given for the confirmation of the will, the judgement being that the testator was sane at the time the will was made. (Consistory Court of Canterbury, Original will, bundle for 1617.) (English Origins of New England Families, publised by NEGHS.)
On Mar 10 1576/7 Thomas first married Alice Bigge (304) , daughter of Robert Bigge (81) (Jan 1505-2 Jan 1548) & Elizabeth [Bigge] (-aft 1547), in Tenterdon, Kent. Born ca 1546 in Beneden, Kent. Alice died in May 1593 in Kent, England. Buried on 13 May 1593 in Tenterdon, Kent.
Their children include:
On 13 Nov 1593 Thomas second married Ellen Hubbard in Tenterdon, Kent. Born ca 1548 in Rolvenden, Kent, Eng. Ellen died bef 1603.
824. John Tilden. Born bef 1543 in England. John died in Jan 1625/6 in Kent, England. Buried on 19 Jan 1625/6 in Tenterdon, Kent.
On Jan 23 1569/70 John married Patience Casslen, daughter of George Casslen, in Tenterdon, Kent. Born ca 1545 in England. Patience died in Nov 1615 in England. Buried on 23 Nov 1615 in Tenterdon, Kent.
Their children include:
825. Catherine Tilden. Born on 30 Sep 1554 in Tenterdon, Kent.
826. Alice Tilden. Born on 6 Apr 1559 in Tenterdon, Kent. Alice died in Tenterdon, Kent, on 30 Sep 1560; she was 1.
827. Mary Tilden. Born on 15 May 1561 in Tenterdon, Kent.
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