b. 6 Dec 1654 All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
d. 2 Feb 1686/7 Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
|Charity Tydings||b. 1658 -c1671||d.||1m. John Jordain;
2 m. Michael Pasquinet/Pacquinet;
3m. Mr. Sellmon
|Elizabeth Tydings||b. c1672||d.|| 1m. ca. 1677 John BELT- AACo., MD
m.2. John LAMB 25 July 1701
|Pertitia Tydings||b. c1674 MD||d.||m. Dutton Lane 1695/6 Baltimore, MD|
|Mary Tydings||b. c1683||d .||m. Philip Dowell 11 Jun 1702 (son of Nicholas McDowell)|
|John Tydings||b. c1670||d. c1719||m. Mary Ellis - 16 "sixth month" 1705 MD|
Richard Tyding's father apparently came to the colonies rather early and established himself to have a considerable estate at the time of his death.
He named his son John at age 21; to eldest daughter Charity; to second daughter Elizabeth; to their daughter Pretitia; to fourth daughter Mary; he stated that all four were to receive their inheritance when the daughters came to be of age 16. Daughters Charity and Elizabeth to have 300 acres in Baltimore County. Daughters Pretitia and Mary to have 500 acre tract called "New Year's" on Gunpowder River. Children: John, Charity, Elizabeth, Pretitia and Mary.
Overseers of the estate were John Jordain and John Belt, (unindentified but are sons-in-law of Richard.) Charity should have been married by this date. Elizabeth had children by John BELT as early as ca. 1678 so the indication that they may also have been under sixteen is incorrect unless this a different Richard Tydings.
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