Individual Notes

Note for:   Nathan Morris Tilton,   2 Jul 1772 - 4 Oct 1851         Index

     Place:   Scarbough, Cumberland, Maine

Individual Note:
     1850; Census Place: Scarborough, Cumberland, Maine; Roll: M432_251; Page: 372B; Image: 439..
N. F. Carter, THE NATIVE MINISTRY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Runford Publishing, Concord NH, 1906. page 526.
EDUCATION: HARVARD GRADUATE HARVARD ARCHIVES (617) 495-2461 .PASTUREOF 2ND PARISH in Scar borough, ME from Dec 10, 1800 to 1827.. Graduate ofPhilips Exeter Academy, Exeter. Harvard 1 796 Mr Ed Degrosher, Archivest,Philips Aced. (603) 772-4311 Ex 3330.

FAMILY IN AMERICA, New Jersey:1939-40.
Bio: Letter from G. W. Tilton, Laconia, New Hampshire, to Miss SaraTilton in Savannah,Georgia; L etter dated 14 Dec 1915;in poss of JohnTilton, Sterrett, Al.
INFORMATION: Descendants of William Tilton Of Lynn Mas. Through The Lineof
His Son Daniel Tilton, Barbara B. Marden, Reprinted from The EssexGenealogist p 94
HISTORY: Jones, William H, William Tilton: His English Origins and SomeAmerican Descendant s, Haritage Books Inc, Maryland, (1997) pg 130
Nathan Tilton was the son of Philip Tilton and Mary Batchelder. The town records for Scarborough, Maine contain the following: Reverend Nathan Tilton was born on 2 July 1772 at East Kingston, New Hampshire, and died on 4 October 1851. He graduated from Harvard in the class of 1796. On 2 October 1800, the trustees of the Second Congregational Church voted to offer Nathan Tilton $400 yearly as a salry or $600 settlement and $360 salary yearly during his ministry. He agreed to accept the position with the settlement and salary and was ordained Pastor of the Second Parish in Scarborough on 10 December 1800. He resigned from his position on 12 December 1827. "His natural character presented a marked combination of amiability and firmness, his clean and vigorous intellect was united with a rare modesty that often hid the charms which enhanced." "As a theologian, an Armenian at the time of his ordination he adopted the Unitarian view of the questions vexed in the New England churches..." "...he found in the Autum of life more than the pleasantness of spring and more than the fruit furness of summer." " was fitting that he should now be suffered to rejoin them, and with the falling leaves and dying flowers he has laid down in the dust."

    State's Copy of Records of East Kingston, NH, Town Records, p. 119, entry 40, family of Philip Tilton and his wife Molly, LDS microfilm 0,015,126; Barbara Marden, C.A.L.S., "The Tilton Family", The Essex Genealogist , Vol. 10, No. 2, p. 95; Records of the Second Congregational Church in Scarborough, Maine, p. 128 (typescript) copied 1895 by Augustus Moulton, typed 1926 by S. D. Rumery, seen in the Maine Historical Society, Portland, ME, provides information about the position and salary he was offered as minister; Town of Scarborough, ME, Town Records 1816-1891, pp. 88-89, entry for death of Nathan Tilton, LDS microfilm 0,012,224, copy of original town records his obituary.
    1850; Census Place: Scarborough, Cumberland, Maine; Roll: M432_251; Page: 372; Image: 435.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Hannah Gove,   Mar 1664/1665 - 1716         Index

Individual Note:
     NAME: Colonial Families of the United States of America, George Norbury
Mackenzie, Genealogical Publishing Cpmpany, Baltimore, 1966, Vol V. pg.465
Colonial Families of the United States of America, George NorburyMackenzie, LL.B, Volune III , Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co,1966. page 462- 467

(1) "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire," by Sybil Noyes,
Charles T. Libby, Walter G. Davis (Reprint 1928-1939. Genealogical Pub.Co.,
Baltimore, 1988) p.278,533. Cites: (a) Proc. Mass. Hist. Socy. 45: 232-41;
628-40. (b) The Gove Family (1922) p.16-49.
(2) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope (GenealogicalPub.
Co., Baltimore, 1969; reprint, 1900) p.195.

Birth: (1) About 1639/40, s/o John Gove/Mary Shard of St. GilesCripplegate,
London, and Charlestown, Massachusetts. His baptism not found, butbrother Humphrey
baptized and buried St. Paul's Church, London, 1634, and sister Marybaptized
Sep 1641 at St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, where he mother had been alsobaptized,
and where, in 1642, his father had obtained a loan from the abbey wardensfor
transport to New England. Age 35 in Jun 1676 (b. 1641). (1,2) Age about38 in
Jan 1677/8 (b. 1640).
Death: (1) 29 May 1691.

(2) 1647/8, 22 Feb (11th mo. 1647): Will of John Gove of Charlestown,Massachusetts names
wife and sons John and Edward. Legacies to be paid out of the brass in the
house or that which is to come out of England by Mr. James Allen.
(1) Perhaps apprenticed to Mr. Samuel Hall, lawyer.
(2) 1655, 5 Dec: John Mansfield, who married the widow of John Gove of
Charlestown, joined her in paying her sons their portions of theirfather's
(1) 1657, Apr: Under age when he bought a common right in Salisbury,Massachusetts. Deed
witnessed by Mr. Samuel Hall.
(1) 1664, Apr: Bought land in Hampton, now Seabrook, New Hampshire.
(1) Before 28 Nov 1665, moved with wife Hannah to land in Hampston, now
Seabrook, New Hampshire.
(1) 1669: Mr. Samuel Hall in England named Edward Gove his generalattorney in
New England.
(1) 1674, Sep: In Boston at the court of Asst.
(1) 1678, 4 Dec: Freeman.
(1) 1679: Trial juror.
(1) Lieutenant for Hampton before New Hampshire became a Royal Province.
(1) 1680: Representative to the General Court.
(1) 1681, 21 Mar: The town of Hampton named Sergt. Joseph Dow and EdwardGove
to prepare a statement and assert their rights against Mason.
(1) 1682: Selectman.
(1) 1682, 14 Nov: Chosen by the town of Hampton, New Hampshire asRepresentative to the
Assembly after the arrival of Gov. Canfield.
(1) 1682/3, 27 Jan: Known for his leadership of a hopeless rebellionagainst
Gov. Canfield.
(1) Arrested, convicted, and sentenced to death for treason.
(1) Removed to the Tower of London.
(1) 1686, Apr: Pardoned.
(1) Returned to Hampton, New Hampshire.
(1) 1688: Selectman and on arbitration committee.
(1) 1689: Moderator.
(1) Lieutenant and representative from Hampton.
(1) 1691, 25 Jun: Estate administered in Salem, Massachusetts court onthe motion of son
John to Mr. Edward Thomas of Boston, the widow relinquishing her rights.