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A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse, et. al.
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TIL BIOGRAPHIES

these contenders, one was Marmaduke Tilden,
son of Charles; the other was Marmaduke (?-ca.
1802), son of Marmaduke Tilden (?-1816). Mar-
maduke, son of Charles, was probably not the
legislator because he is listed in the 1783 assess-
ment as a single man without property. Marma-
duke (?-ca. 1802) was younger, less wealthy, and
less prominent than his father, and so is a less
likely candidate for the term of service. Mar-
maduke Tilden (?-1816) was chosen because of
his age and his wealth. Of the three men by that
name, he was also the most active politically.

TILGHMAN, EDWARD (1713-1785). BORN, on
July 3, 1713, at the "Hermitage," Queen Anne's
County; fourth son. NATIVE: third generation.
RESIDED: in Queen Anne's County; his dwelling
plantation was on the Wye River in Corsica
Hundred. FAMILY BACKGROUND. FATHER: Richard
Tilghman (1672/73-1738/39). MOTHER: Anna
Maria (1677-1748), daughter of Philemon Lloyd
(1646-1685). UNCLES: Edward Lloyd (1670-1718/
19); Philemon Lloyd (ca. 1674-1732/33); and James
Lloyd (1679/80-1723). AUNTS: Rebecca Tilghman
(?-1725), who married Simon Wilmer (ca. 1656-
1699); Margaret Lloyd (1683-1747), who mar-
ried Matthew Tilghman Ward (ca. 1676-1741).
BROTHERS: Philemon (1704-died young); Rich-
ard (1705-1766); William Tilghman (1711-1782);
James Tilghman (1716-1793); and Matthew Tilgh-
man (1717/18-1790). SISTERS: Mary (1702-ca.
1736), who married James Earle, Jr. (ca. 1694-
1739); Henrietta Maria (1707-1771), who mar-
ried first, George Robins (1697-1742), and sec-
ond. William Goldsborough (1709-1760); and Anna
Maria (1709-1763), who married first, William
Hemsley (1703-1736), and second, Robert Lloyd
(ca. 1712-1770). FIRST COUSINS. Matthew Tilgh-
man Ward (ca. 1676-1741); Lambert Wilmer (1682-
1732); Simon Wilmer (1686-1737); Edward Lloyd
(1711-1770); Richard Lloyd (ca. 1717-1786);
Dorothy Blake, who married Charles Carroll
(1691-1755); Henrietta Maria Lloyd (?-1766),
who married second, Daniel Dulany (1685-1753);
Robert Lloyd (ca. 1712-1770); Henrietta Maria
Lloyd (ca. 1711-1748), who married Samuel
Chamberlaine (1698-1773); Margaret Lloyd (1714-
ca. 1785), who married William Tilghman (1711-
1782); and Anne Lloyd (ca. 1723-1794), who
married Matthew Tilghman (1717/18-1790).
NEPHEWS: Michael Earle (1722-1787); Richard
Tilghman Earle (1728/29-1788); Peregrine Tilgh-
man (ca. 1741-1807); James Tilghman (1743-
1809); William Hemsley (1736/37-1812); Richard

Tilghman, Jr. (1740-1809); James Tilghman, Jr.
(ca. 1748-1796); and William Tilghman (1756-
1827). NIECES: Anna Maria Earle (1725-1795),
who married Thomas Ringgold (1715-1772);
Henrietta Maria Earle (1730-1767), who married
William Hemsley (1736/37-1812); Anna Maria
Robins (1732-1806), who married Henry Holly-
day (ca. 1725-1789); Margaret Robins (1734-
1808), who married William Hayward (?-1791);
Henrietta Maria Robins (1736-1791), who mar-
ried James Lloyd Chamberlaine (1732-1783);
Deborah Lloyd (?-1810), who married Peregrine
Tilghman (ca. 1741-1807); Anna Maria Tilghman
(?-1817), who married William Hemsley (1736/
37-1812); Elizabeth Tilghman, who married James
Lloyd (ca. 1756-1830); and Margaret Tilghman
(1742-1817), who married Charles Carroll, Bar-
rister (1723-1783). MARRIED first, ca. 1738, Anna
Maria, daughter of William Turbutt (1683/84-1739)
and wife Elizabeth Earle (ca. 1694-?). Anna Maria
was the niece of James Earle, Jr. (ca. 1694-1739);
Foster Turbutt (1679-1720/21). Her brother was
Michael. Her sisters were Mary; Elizabeth (?-
ca. 1760), who married Thomas Harris (?-1760).
Her first cousins were Sarah Turbutt (1706-1773),
who married Nicholas Goldsborough (ca. 1689-
1766); Elizabeth Turbutt (ca. 1708-?), who mar-
ried Tench Francis (1701-1752); Anne Turbutt
(1715-1766), who married John Goldsborough
(1711-1778); Mary Coursey, who married Solo-
mon Wright (?-1729); Elizabeth Coursey, who
married Thomas Wilkinson (1700/1-ca. 1758); Mary
Anne Wright (?-1747), who married William
Hopper (1707-1772); Anne Wright (?-by 1754),
who married Edward Oldham (1709-1773); Thomas
Wright (?-ca. 1784); Michael Earle (1722-1787);
Richard Tilghman Earle (1728/29-1788); Anna
Maria Earle (1725-1795), who married Thomas
Ringgold (1715-1772); Henrietta Maria Earle
(1730-1767), who married William Hemsley (1736/
37-1812); Joseph Earle (1739-1777); and Mary
Lowe (?-by 1739), who married Edward Oldham
(1709-1773). Her nephews were Turbutt Wright
(ca. 1741-1790); Edward Harris (ca. 1757-ca.
1837). MARRIED second, in 1749, Elizabeth (1720-
by 1759), daughter of Samuel Chew (1693-1743)
of Dover, Delaware, who was chief justice of
Newcastle, Kent, and Sussex counties, Pennsyl-
vania (later became Delaware), and wife Mary
Galloway (1697-1734). Elizabeth was the step-
daughter of Mary Paca (1701-?), daughter of
Aquila Paca (ca. 1676-1721). She was the grand-
daughter of Benjamin Chew (1671-1700). Her
brothers were Benjamin (1722-1810); Samuel

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