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  1. Mary Tilghman: Birth: 23 AUG 1702. Death: 10 JAN 1735/36

  2. Richard Tilghman: Birth: 28 APR 1705 in 'The Hermitage', Queenstown, Queen Anne's Co., MD. Death: 29 SEP 1768 in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland

  3. Henrietta Maria Tilghman: Birth: 18 AUG 1707. Death: 7 NOV 1771

  4. Anna Maria Tilghman: Birth: 15 NOV 1709. Death: 30 AUG 1763

  5. William Tilghman: Birth: 22 SEP 1711 in Queen Anne Co., Maryland. Death: 31 OCT 1782

  6. Edward Tilghman: Birth: 3 JUL 1713 in Maryland. Death: 9 OCT 1786 in Queen Anne Co., MD.

  7. James Tilghman: Birth: 6 DEC 1716 in 'Hermitage', Queen Annes, Maryland. Death: 24 AUG 1793

  8. Matthew Tilghman: Birth: 17 FEB 1717/18 in 'Hermitage' Queen Anne Co., MD. Death: 4 MAY 1790 in "Rich Neck" Talbot Co., MD

a. Note:   Served as Talbot County Representative to the Maryland State Legislature 1698-1702, member of Lord Proprietor's Council 1711-1738, Chancelor of the Province of Maryland in 1722. OCCUPATION: Planter, Burgess, member of Council, Chancellor NOTE: RICHARD TILGHMAN (TILLMAN), SON OF RICHARD TILGHMAN (DR.) AND MARY FOXLEY WAS B. 23 FEB 1672 AND D. JAN. OR FEB. 23 1738. HE REPRESENTED TALBOT CO. MARYLAND , IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE FROM 1698 TO 1702 AND FROM 1711 TO 1738 WAS ONE OF THE LORD PROPRIETOR'S COUNCIL HE WAS MADE CHANCELOR OF THE PROVINE OF MARYLANDIN 1722. MR. TILGHMAN M. JAN.7, 1700, ANNA MARIA LLOYD, WHO WASBORN 1676 AND DIE DEC1748, THE DAU. OF COLONELPHILEMON AND HENRIETTA MARIA NEALE (BEENNETT) LLOYD. ISSUE:MARY OR MARIA B 23 AUG 1702 , PHILEMON, B. 1704, RICHARD B. 1705, HENRIETTA MARIA, B. 18 AUG. 1707 ANNA MARIA, B. 15 NOV. 1709, WILLIAM, B. 22 SEPT. 1711, SOURCE "The Large Version of the Chew Family Tree" Contact: Tim Chew AT Tilghman, Richard,Queen Anne's Co.,25th Apr., 1737; 14th Feb., 1738. To wife Anna Maria, extx., and hrs., 770 A. �The Union,� over and above her dower rights. To son William and hrs., 500 A. �Delmore End,� 500 A. �Andever;� 500 A. �Salsbury;� 490 A. �Tilghman's Discovery,� being remaining pt. unsold; and personalty. To son Edward and hrs., 1830 A. �Forlorn Hope,� 239 A. �Maltham;� and personalty. To son James and hrs., 1700 A. �The Adventure� saving 50 A. sold to William Burroughs, 40 A. �Adventure Addition,� 600 A. �Tilghman's Freshes,� and 200 A. �Jerusalem,� bou. of Richard Ratcliff. To son Matthew and hrs., 1400 A. �Tilghman's Forrest,� 100 A. �Ringsend,� Robert Phillips to be permitted to remain on �Ringsend� during his wife's life. To dau. Henrietta Maria Robins and hrs., 1000 A. �The Pearl,� and personalty. To grandson Richard Earle and hrs., 400 A. �Adventure Addition� nr. head of Corsica Ck., sd. land having been in poss. of his father James Earle for some years; sd. Richard dying during minority to pass to grandson James Earle, and hrs. To grandson William Hemsley and hrs., 500 A. �Notlers Enjoyment,� sd. William dying during minority to pass to grand-dau. Anna Maria Hemsley and hrs. To dau. Anna Maria Hemsley and hrs., 270 A. �Tilghman's Meadows,� 280 A. �Snodland,� and personalty. To 3 sons William, Edward and Matthew and their hrs., 3 lots in Ogle Town, residue of lands to descend to son and hr. Richard, as law directs. To wife the use of all plate during life, at her decease to surviving sons and daus. equally; all rings, except seal ring bequeathed to son Richard. To wife and son Richard rest of furniture and lumber belonging to dwelling house, divided as they think fit, shd. they disagree nephew Coll. Matthew Tilghman Ward to determine controversy. To grand-dau. Anna Maria Earl personalty, which with what has heretofore been given to her mother, late dec'd., may suffice. To wife, each of children, sons-in-law James Earle and George Robins, dau.-in-law Margaret Tilghman, Col. Matthew Tilghman Ward and his wife, Richard Bennett and his wife and Mrs. Alice Lloyd, each a mourning ring. Residue of personal estate to wife and 2 sons, James and Matthew. Gift of personalty on plantation �Forlorn Hope� at hd. of Reed's Ck., confirmed to son Richard. Exs.: Wife and son Richard. Test: Lambert Wickes, Ann Wilmer, Mabell Green, John Holton. 5 Jan., 1738, codicil. To son Matthew and hrs., 500 A. �Notlar's Enjoyment,� and to grandson William Hemsley and hrs., 650 A. �Tilghman's Gift,� sd. William dying during minority, sd. lands to pass to grand-dau. Anna Maria Hemsley and hrs. Test: Thomas Hynson Wright, Gent., Mabel Green, Elizabeth Leadger. 22. 35 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.