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Family of Thomas GYLES and Margaret CHALKER
|Husband:||Thomas GYLES (1628?-1689)|
|Wife:||Margaret CHALKER ( - )|
|Children:||Thomas GYLES (1670- )|
|James GYLES (1675-1692)|
|John GYLES (1678?- )|
|Samuel GYLES (1680?-aft1699)|
|Mary GYLES (1682?-bef1760)|
|Margaret GYLES (1685?- )|
|Marriage||1665||Canterbury Diocese, Kent, England 1|
Husband: Thomas GYLES
|Thomas GYLES, "1606_UnionFlag"|
|Name:||Thomas GYLES 1,2,3|
|Father:||Richard GILES (1563-1655)|
|Mother:||Magdelen LEES (1697- )|
|Birth||Nov 1628 (app)||Selling, Canterbuiry, Kent, England|
|Baptism||2 Nov 1628 (age 0)||Selling, Canterbuiry, Kent, England 4|
|land transfer||8 May 1669 (age 40)||Pleasant Point, Merrymeeting Bay, Maine 5|
|Residence (1)||1674 (age 45-46)||Kent, England 6|
|Residence (2)||1675 (age 46-47)||Boston, Massachusetts 7|
|Residence (3)||1677 (age 48-49)||Southold, Long Island|
|Residence (4)||1682 (age 53-54)||Pemaquid, Maine|
|Death||1689 (age 60-61)||Pemaquid, Maine|
|Residence (1)||Took family to England to settle his father's estate.|
|Residence (2)||Temporary residence upon return from England.|
|Residence (3)||Moved near brothers John & James due to Indian troubles in New England.|
Wife: Margaret CHALKER
|Margaret CHALKER, "1606_UnionFlag"|
|Name:||Margaret CHALKER 1,8|
Child 1: Thomas GYLES
|Name:||Thomas GYLES 9|
|Spouse:||Martha BILL ( - )|
|Birth||Jun 1670 8|
Child 2: James GYLES
|Name:||James GYLES 10|
|Death||1692 (age 16-17)||Maine, USA|
Child 3: John GYLES
|Name:||John GYLES 11|
|Spouse 1:||Ruth TRUE ( - )|
|Spouse 2:||Hannah HEATH ( - )|
|Birth||1678 (app) 8|
Child 4: Samuel GYLES
|Name:||Samuel GYLES 12|
|Birth||1680 (app) 8|
|Death||aft 1699 (age 18-19)|
Child 5: Mary GYLES
|Name:||Mary GYLES 13|
|Spouse 1:||Andrew HAM ( - )|
|Spouse 2:||John BREWER ( -bef1727)|
|Birth||1682 (app) 8|
|Death||bef 1760 (age 77-78)||Boston, Massachusetts|
Child 6: Margaret GYLES
|Name:||Margaret GYLES 14|
|Spouse:||Jonas WEBBER ( - )|
|Birth||1685 (app) 8|
Note on Husband: Thomas GYLES - shared note
from p. 750
HISTORY OF BRUNSWICK, TOPsUAM, AND IURPSWELL.
Thomas Gyles, the son of the subject of the preceding sketch, was,
without doubt, born in Topsham, as Lydia Felt, aged sixty-one, deposed
July 22,1718, that she lived in his father's family and was there
when Thomas was born. He was, so far as can now be determined,
the first white child born in Topsham. He escaped from the Indians
at the time of his father's death at Pemaquid, and went to Boston,
where he probably lived the remainder of his days. At any rate he
was a ferry-man there in 1727, and kept a retail store in 1730.
On August 15, 1727, Thomas Gyles, ferry-man. John Gyles, gent.,
Mary Brewer, widow, and Jonas Webber, lawyer (or sawyer), and
Margaret his wife, all of Boston (''Thomas and John are sons, and
Mary and Margaret the daughters of Thomas Gyles, late of Pemequid,
deceased "), in consideration of sixty acres where their father's house
stood in Topsham, and five hundred and fifteen acres on Cathance
Point, relinquished to the Pejepscot proprietors their father's right in
the neck of land on Muddy River Point, and all other lands of their
father in Topsham.
|1||"Boyd's Marriage Index".|
|2||"England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975" (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=9841&enc=1). http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?rank=1&new=1&MSAV=1&msT=1&gss=angs-c& gsln=giles&msbdy=1628&msbpn__ftp=Canterbury%2c+Kent%2c+England&msbpn=84523&msbpn _PInfo=8-|0|0|3257|3251|0|0|0|5270|84523|0|&msfng0=Richard&msfns0=Gyles&msmng0=M agdeline&cpxt=0&uidh=9h2&cp=0&pcat=BMD_BIRTH&h=187882200&db=FS1EnglandBirthsandC hristenings&indiv=1&ml_rpos=28.|
|3||John Adams Vinton, "The Giles Memorial" (Name: 1864 Boston, Massachusetts;). pp. 101-112.|
|4||"England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975"
Text From Source: Name: Thomas Gyles
Birth Date: 2 Nov 1628
Birth Place: Selling, Kent, England
Father: Richard Gyles
FHL Film Number: 1737007
Reference ID: item 2
|5||John Adams Vinton, "The Giles Memorial" (Name: 1864 Boston, Massachusetts;). p. 103.|
|6||Ibid. p. 105.
Text From Source: Thomas Gyles continued to reside at his home on the Kennebec until,
hearing of the death of his father, he, with his family, returned to England,
to transact the business Avhich that event naturally threw upon
him. This was late in the autumn of 1674.*
|7||Ibid. p. 105.
Text From Source: After being put in possession of the large property which his father
left him, Thomas Gyles returned to New England. This was probably
not till the auturiin of 1G75 or spring of 1676; for, "on his arrival at
Boston, the eastern Indians had begun their hostilities."
|8||Ibid. p. 112.|
|9||Ibid. p. 112.
Text From Source: Thomas, b. June, 1670; m. Martha Bill of Boston.
|10||Ibid. p. 112.
Text From Source: James, b. , 1675; torturerd to death by the Indians, 1692, a. 17.
|11||Ibid. p. 112.
Text From Source: John, b. about 1678; m. 1, Ruth True of Salisbury, 1703. 2, Hannah Heath of Koxbury, 1721.
|12||Ibid. p. 112.
Text From Source: Samuel, b. about 1680; living in 1699. That he died young and unm. is clearly evident from a quit-claim deed, given Aug. 15, 1727, by his brothers Thomas and John, and his sisters Mary Brewer, widow, and Margaret Webber, wife of Jonas Webber, sawyer, all of Boston, as heirs of Thomas Gyles, late of Pemaquid, to the Pcjepscot Company, of lands once belonging to the said Thomas Gyles, in the townshiji of Topsham. The said Pejepscot Company quit-claim to the said heirs sixty acres of land on the point where their father's house stood on Muddy River, and five hundred and fifteen acres on Cathance Point, over against it, as an equivalent for their father's land on the South side of said Muddy River. [York Deeds, 2S : 102.] This instrument, in which Samuel Gyles is not mentioned, is full proof that he was not then living, and that he had no heirs.
|13||Ibid. p. 112.
Text From Source: Mary, b. about 1682; m. 1, Andrew Ham of Boston, Nov. 17, 1710. They were married by Rev. Samuel Myles, minister of King's Chapel. 2, John Brewer of Boston, Oct. 6, 1719. She was Widow Brewer in 1727. In 1760 she was deceased, but had two sons living. Gyles Brewer, housewright, and Thomas Brewer, mastmaker, both of Boston. These two sons, for £76.10.8, gave to James Fulton a deed of one-fourth part of a tract of land, containing 515 acres, in tlie "intended township or district of Topsham," tiie title to which land was derived to them from their mother, Mary Brewer, late of Boston, deceased. Of course it came through her fiom their grandfather Thomas Gyles, and was a part of the land assigned to his heirs by the Pejepscot Proprietors as an equivalent for his large farm on Merrymeeting Bay, as already stated. The deed bears date April 16, 1760, and is recorded with Lincoln Deeds, lib. 1, fol. 93.
|14||Ibid. p. 112.
Text From Source: Margaret, b. about 1685; m. Jonas Webber of Boston, Oct. 31,1717. They were married by Rev. Benjamin Wad-^worth, pastor of the First Cliui-ch, Boston. They had Marcjaret, b. Feb. 4, 1718-19. Ann, b. March 8, 1725. Jonas and Margaret Webber, in her right, for £60.1.8, gave to John Fulton of Topsham, a deed of one-fourth part of 515 acres of land in Topsham, lying as yet undivided, which tract of land was assigned to them and tlie otlier heirs of Thomas Gyles, late of Pemaquid, by the Pejepscot Proprietors it 1727, in consideration that the said heirs quit-claim their right to other lands in said Topsham. This deed is dated Oct. 4, 1758, and is recorded with York Deeds, lib. 36, fol. 19.