I spent some time looking through the Greenwich land records today and found the first name of John Timpany's wife: Ann. Unfortunately the records dont give her maiden name.
Her first name appears in Greenwich Land Records V. 24 p. 526. This is the 1841 "Qt. Claim" of John Timpany's daughters in which the latter signify that they have recieved their father's money purchasing a life interest in the Bible Street house. The reference to Ann reads:
"To have and to hold the premises, with all the appurtences unto the said releasees during natural lives, so that neither me the said releasor nor our heirs, nor any other person under us or, them during the natural lives of John Timpany and Anne his wife shall hereafter have any claim..."
It is also interesting that Adelia Timpany, John's daughter, is referred to as Adelia Ann Timpany in the 1841 deed through which John split the ownership of the house between his three daughters, Adelia Ann, Elvira and Hannah timpany.
I did not have time to check if an Ann Timpany appeared in any of the State Archives indexes.
So lets continue the pursuit of the elusive Anne.
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