Its been said Henry came from Wales. Maybe not looks more like he came from Penn
MD Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1670/1-1675
Wolley, Robert, 341
Said Samuel Sedgwick & Robert
Wolley shall well & truly pay the Said bills according to the tenor
thereof without fraud or delay then this Obligation to be Void & of
none effect otherwise to Stand and be in full force.
MD Assembly Proceedings, October 1640. 93
Was spent in the same act and abbreviated and then was
read the first time
Ordered that the Burgesses of Kent shall stay the Boat of
Mr Cope for their transport paying usual Freight
July to 1 ps Eight Delivered to buy paper for me 4: 6
Credit to 12 pence received in a knife — 1: 0
remaines due E.W.
Ephraim Wilson Detor August 10th 1693
Joshua Tittery and Cicely Wolley.
Thomas Kitchen and Mary Mace
James White and Mary Kitchen..
Tider Robert. Son of Hugh, buried 5th Mo. 1697. Tydyer Robert was a
witness to the will of Richard Humphrey of Radnor, which was proved in
Philadelphia 12 Mo. 18, 1692-3.
In his will, Richard Humphrey speaks of his brother-in-law, John
Humphrey; brothers John and Owen Humphrey; sister Katharine and her
children; cousin John Owen; Lydia Ellis, Rebecca, Ann, Daniel, Benjamin
and Joseph Humphrey. Witnesses, Tydyer Robert, Benjamin Humphrey, Rowland
1708. (Mary and Sarah Fletcher; Griffith John; William and Jane
Edwards*) (* This was crossed out, apparently by the author. Also here
the date and the date on the previous page was changed from 10,26, 1699 to
read 3, 27, 1708.)
1656 — Thomas Penn — Jan. 29, 1655-6 Letters of Admon.
issued to Richard Stratton, principal Creditor of Thomas
Penn late of Stratford in parish of Passenham, co. Northton.,
but intestate dec'd., to adrar. Ac. — Act Book, fo. 11.
1659 — Katherine Penne of Hagley, co. Wore, widow,
sick in bodie. Dated 18 March 1658. To dau. [Rebecca
Titterre £10;] dau. Sibell James £10; Sarah Lench, dau. to
Thomas Watkis Is. ; to poor widows of Hagley
12d. each ; son-in-law Thomas Lench £5 ; Residuary Lega-
tees the son of my dau. Sibill James, dau. of my dau. Re-
becca Tetterie, ch. of my son Joseph Browne k ch. of my
son Gabriel Browne ; Executors Mr. John Addenbrook of
Bewdley, co. wore, gent., & William Cardale of Hagley,
yeoman ; Witness Ellenor Price k Margaret Goodier ; Signs
by mark ; Codicil 19 Mar 1668, nuncupative, has no new
names ; Pro. 27 June 1659 by Exrs.— Pell, 245.
pg 029][Sussex Co. Deed Book "A" 1754-1759]
(p. 321) 14 Aug 1758....Peter Brooks and wife, Sarah Brooks, to Benjamin Seaburn for 12
pounds.... 100 acres bounded by Benjamin Seaburn's line, Coves Branch and the Great Swamp.
Wit: Thomas (X) Underwood, John Prince and Peter (X) Brooks
Rec: 15 Sep 1758
[pg 030][Sussex Co. Deed Book "A" 1754-1759]
(p. 330) 22 Sep 1758.... Thomas Briggs of Surry Co to Joseph Prince of Sussex Co for 50
pounds.... one negro woman and a negro boy child with her.
Wit: Thomas (X) Adkins, Gilbert (X) Hays, Thomas Briggs
Edward (X) Griffis and Henry Tuder.
Rec: 20 Oct 1758 (Recording says "Thomas Atkinson" as the witness)
[pg 125][Sussex Co. Deed Book "D" 1768-1772]
(p.250) 18 Oct 1770.... B. Joseph Prince of Albemarle Parish to Ambrose Grizzard of the same
for 200 pounds.... 442 acres in St. Luke's Parish in Southampton Co and Albemarle Parish in
Sussex Co on both sides of Little Plowman Swamp and the Great Plowmans Swamp. Land is
bounded by John Hales, William Burrow, decd., and Henry Tudar.
Rec: 18 Oct 1770 Joseph (X) Prince
"The worshipful Court of Sussex County now sitting"
The humble petition of Henry Tuder humbly sheweth that your petitioner is a very
ancient man and impotent in both his arms and is very crazy and hath a great
many small children and is very deaf and unfit for any service which renders him
uncapable to support his family which maketh your humbly petitioner humbly crave
that the worshipful court will be pleased to take into consideration of this my
poverty and excuse your humble petitioner from paying his levy as not being able
in this his poverty and your humble petitioner shall be every bound to pray."
Sign By: Henry Tuder
1697. Tydyer Robert PA
6, 3, 1730, Tudor, Eliz, and John Smith PA
11, 23, 1742, Tunis, Bathsheba, and Evan Griffith.PA
2, 12, 1711, Woolly, Abigail, and William Snowden.PA
10, 2, 1705, Woolly, Cecily, and William Cheesman. PA
11, 28, 1705, Woolly, Mary, and Fletcher Godbee. PA
Ephraim Wilson Detor August 10th 1693 MD
Joshua Tittery and Cicely Wolley. PA
MD Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1766-1768
Tuder, Joshua, 549.
Thomas Briggs of Surry Co to Joseph Prince of Sussex Co for 50
Edward (X) Griffis and Henry Tuder.
Tedder, Tewdwar, Tudder, Tuder, Tudor, Tutor FTDA
1 SURRY NO ID E1b1b1 14 24 13 10 15-17 11 12 12 12 11 31 14 9-9 11 11 26 15 20 34 15-16-16-18 11 11 21-22 14 13 17 16 35-37 12 10 if you want to compare there are certian addtions and subtractions of DYS between Ancestry lab and FTDA Lab.
bound out children of Henry Tudar. Robert Mary Elizabeth
Church wardens bind out Owen, William, [Robert, ]John,
Mary, Elizabeth and Hannah children of Henry Tuder, who it appears is not in a
capacity to take proper care of and provide for his said children."
To the worshipful court of Sussex County. The humble petition of Elizabeth
Tuder humbly sueth that your humble petitioner's children never wanted bread and
other victuals and it is to all known that we have taken a diligent care to
raise and maintain a numerous family without want of bread and will while
strength do last, therefore you humble petitioner humbly craveth that the
worshipful court will be so pleased to reverse the order that is to bind out my
children for I cannot live without them and your petitioner shall be bound to
RACCOON SWAMP MEETING
September 3, 1774: Motion by Richard Hays, concerning Sister Tuder leaving her
husband, the church advises her to abide with her husband according to
Corinthians 7th and 13th.
May 4, 1778: Matter of difficulty between Richard Hays and Sarah Tuder, a
committee was appointed viz: Nathan Leat, John Fort, W.T. Pennington. Zadek
Bell chosen as Elder on Trial. W.T. Pennington Chosen Elder.
August 3, 1778: The difficulty between Richard Hays and Sarah Tuder,
February 11, 1780: Sarah Tuder censured for drunkenness and other disorders and
cited to the next conference.
November 8, 1782: Sister Sarah Tuder, restored to her privileges again.
November 7, 1783: Sister Sarah Tuder, Excommunicated
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