I do not have alot of information from that point forward on your line but I can give back history if you would like, Thank you for the information you provided it helped me continue on the family records as well as clarified a few empty sections.
I will include what I have going backwards for you.
Mildred Fern Tidball was in the 7th generation.
She was the youngest of 2 daughters of Lenora Shipley and Richard Yates Tidball, born 1892, died 1962. She married Jeams Alfred Daily.
Richard Yates Tidball,son of Adeline Chadwich and James Tidball, born Nov.22,1862, dies 1951. Married Lenora Shipley where they resided at 402 Strong Street in Brighton, Colorado. They had 4 children.
James Tidball, son of Mary Blair and Joseph Bertram Tidball, born August 5 or 15, 1828, dies Jan.2, 1891. Married 1854 to Adeline Chadwick, He served in the Civil War,1861-1865 in teh Union Army and was wounded in the Battle of the Stones River, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Dec 31, 1862. They resided 1890 at Delhi, Kansas, having moved there in 1879. They had 6 children.
Joseph Bertram Tidball, son of Nancy Cheney and Abraham Tidball, born 1797 in Allegheny County, PA. died 1864. Married 1818 to Mary Blair, b 1805, d 1854. They had 8 children. He they married second wife in 1854. Mary Jane Buck. She died by drowning in 1865. They had 3 children. Joseph Bertram Tidball had 11 children in total by 2 marriages.
Abraham Tidball, son of Elizabeth Scott and John Tidball,. Born 1749 in Chester County, PA., dies baout 1819 by drowning in the Mississippi River near Commerce, Scott Co., Missouri. Abraham, along with his brother Thomas, accompanied their uncle William Tidball, 1736-1814 and migrated some time between 1775 and 1784 from, Chester County, PA. to Allegheny Co., PA. Abraham married Nancy Cheney in West Bottingham Twp., Chester Co., PA. It was believed he was married before he migrated to ALlegheny County, PA> The records show that in Chester and Delaware County, PA. the name of Cheney or Chyney had been prevelent there from the earliest times. It is likely that one or two of their children were born in West Nottingham Twp., Chester Co., PA. General John Caldwell Tidball, originator of the genealogy of the Tidball name speaks of this Abraham Tidball: " Thomas Tidball is supposed to have born the father of the two brothers, Thomas and Abram Tidball, who with their uncle William Tidball, migrated from the neighborhood of Philadelphia about 1765-1775 and settles in Allegheny County, PA. near Pittsburg, PA. There, born to Abraham Tidball and his wife Nancy Cheney, were 9 children."
John Tidball, son of Elizabeth Brownhill and Thomas Tidball, born Oct 18, 1719, near Marcus Hook on Lower Chichester Township, Chester Co., Pa. dies April 25, 1764 near Nottingham, in West Nottiongham Township, Chester Co., PA. Married about 1745 to Elizabeth Scott. She was the daughter of Samuel Scott of West Nottingham Township, Chester Cou., PA. Lower Chichester Township. There were six children born all in West Nottingham Township, Chester Co., PA. Thomas was the second child born to Thomas Tidball, the originating Tidball on American soil, and Elizabeth Brownhill.
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