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Judge James Tilghman

Birth
Queen Anne's County, Maryland, USA
Death
19 Apr 1809 (aged 65)
Chestertown, Kent County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland, USA
Memorial ID
129342121 View Source

s/o Richard Tilghman [III] / Susanna Frisby

Represented his county in the Convention of 1775, member of the Council of Safety 1776, commissioned 7 Aug 1777 Attorney General of MD. Member of Legislature 1788-89, 1791 appointed Chief Judge of the judicial district composed of Cecil, Kent, Queene Anne and Talbot Counties. 1804-09 Judge of the Court of Appeals.

m [1] 19 Jan 1769 Anne Arundel Co., MD - Anne Arundel Circuit Of The Methodist Episcopal Church Susanna Steuart* 1749 - 1774

They had 3 children - Susanna Steuart, George, Frisby

m [2] 7 Feb 1778 Anne Arundel Co., MD
Elizabeth Johns

They had children - Anna Maria, Samuel d/y, Mary James "Polly", John, Charles Carroll, Peregrine

ref: MD Historical Commission; MD State Archives; *Historical Study 2000 Records of the Hermitage Tilghman Family Burial Grounds - James Tilghman died in the 66th year of his age, Elizabeth Wife of Judge Tilghman in the 59th year of her age; ref: MD Historical Commission; MD State Archives; *Historical Study 2000 Records of the Hermitage Tilghman Family Burial Grounds - James Tilghman died in the 66th year of his age, Elizabeth Wife of Judge Tilghman in the 59th year of her age.

Upon his retirement Benjamin Chew Tilghman IV and his wife directed a substantial renovation of the Hermitage. As part of this effort they catalogued and donated a unique historically significant collection of Tilghman family papers to the Maryland Historical Society. - The first Tilghman house is believed to have burned down in 1832. The current structure was built in 1859 out of the surviving eastwing of the first house. Much of the material evidence of generations of Tilghmans remains at "The Hermitage," including furniture and portraits. ref: Tilghman family papers Maryland Center For History And Culture. James Tilghman's wife Susanna Steuart died in Annapolis, Anne Arundel Co., MD and is not found in the burial records.

s/o Richard Tilghman [III] / Susanna Frisby

Represented his county in the Convention of 1775, member of the Council of Safety 1776, commissioned 7 Aug 1777 Attorney General of MD. Member of Legislature 1788-89, 1791 appointed Chief Judge of the judicial district composed of Cecil, Kent, Queene Anne and Talbot Counties. 1804-09 Judge of the Court of Appeals.

m [1] 19 Jan 1769 Anne Arundel Co., MD - Anne Arundel Circuit Of The Methodist Episcopal Church Susanna Steuart* 1749 - 1774

They had 3 children - Susanna Steuart, George, Frisby

m [2] 7 Feb 1778 Anne Arundel Co., MD
Elizabeth Johns

They had children - Anna Maria, Samuel d/y, Mary James "Polly", John, Charles Carroll, Peregrine

ref: MD Historical Commission; MD State Archives; *Historical Study 2000 Records of the Hermitage Tilghman Family Burial Grounds - James Tilghman died in the 66th year of his age, Elizabeth Wife of Judge Tilghman in the 59th year of her age; ref: MD Historical Commission; MD State Archives; *Historical Study 2000 Records of the Hermitage Tilghman Family Burial Grounds - James Tilghman died in the 66th year of his age, Elizabeth Wife of Judge Tilghman in the 59th year of her age.

Upon his retirement Benjamin Chew Tilghman IV and his wife directed a substantial renovation of the Hermitage. As part of this effort they catalogued and donated a unique historically significant collection of Tilghman family papers to the Maryland Historical Society. - The first Tilghman house is believed to have burned down in 1832. The current structure was built in 1859 out of the surviving eastwing of the first house. Much of the material evidence of generations of Tilghmans remains at "The Hermitage," including furniture and portraits. ref: Tilghman family papers Maryland Center For History And Culture. James Tilghman's wife Susanna Steuart died in Annapolis, Anne Arundel Co., MD and is not found in the burial records.


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In memory of James Tilghman, Who died the 19th day of April 1809,
In the 66th year of his age. For more than 19 years he was Chief Judge
of the second Judicial District of Maryland.


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  • Created by: BluMoKitty
  • Added: 6 May 2014
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 129342121
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/129342121/james-tilghman: accessed ), memorial page for Judge James Tilghman (2 Aug 1743–19 Apr 1809), Find a Grave Memorial ID 129342121, citing Hermitage Tilghman Family Burial Grounds, Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland, USA; Maintained by BluMoKitty (contributor 46830270) .