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1. Abigail Niles

Consider Tiffany 1944

  • Born: 14 Jun 1675, Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, British Colonial America 1944
  • Marriage (1): Abigail Niles 27 May 1696 in New Shoreham, Newport, Rhode Island, British Colonial America 1944,1945
  • Died: 1709, Lyme, New London, Connecticut, British Colonial America at age 34 1944

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Land: Lyme: Joshua's Town, 1/2 of 1/3rd purchased from Nathaniel Niles, 1701, Lyme, CT. Nathaniel2 Niles never lived at Joshua's Town himself, but in 1701 he
sold his property to a partnership of men from Block Island: one-third to
John Banning, one-third to Consider Tiffany, and one-third divided
between Ephraim Tiffany and Edward Mott (note 6). The Niles, Bannings, and
Tiffanys were related in various ways. Consider and Ephraim Tiffany were
brothers, sons of Humphrey Tiffany and his wife Elizabeth; Humphrey had
been killed by lightning in 1685, and his widow Elizabeth married Simon
Ray of Block Island soon after, moving there with her younger children.
Abigail, wife of Consider Tiffany, was the daughter of John Banning's wife
Abigail with her first husband, John Niles (note 7). It is probable that Bethia
Tiffany, wife of Ephraim, was born Bethia Tosh, sister of William Tosh, Jr.,
first husband of Penelope Niles (another daughter of Abigail (Banning),
who married as her second husband Edward2 Mott (Nathaniel1).
Chart follows.


Consider married Abigail Niles, daughter of John Niles III and Abigail Freeman, 27 May 1696 in New Shoreham, Newport, Rhode Island, British Colonial America 1944.,1945 (Abigail Niles was born about 1675 in New Shoreham, King's Province, Rhode Island, British Colonial America 1938 and died 22 Mar 1737/38 in Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United States 1938.)

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