Richard was born on 23 FEB 1671 in The Hermitage, Centreville, Queen Anne's Co., Maryland, the son of unknown parents.
He died on 23 FEB 1737 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland.
His wife was Anna Maria Lloyd, who he married on 7 JAN 1699 in Maryland. Their nine known children were Mary (1702-1736), Philemon (1704-c1705), Richard III (1705-1768), Henrietta Maria (1707-1771), Anna Maria (1709-1763), William (1711-1782), Edward (1713-1785), James Richard (1716-1793) and Matthew (1718-1790).
|Birth||23 FEB 1671||
|Death||23 FEB 1737||
|See Note 1|
Inscription: Here Lyes Interr'd the Honourable Richard Tilghman, Esqr, who de-
parted this life the 23rd dau of Janu, Anno Domini 1738, in the Sixty-Sixth
Year of his Age. He married Anna Maria, the Daughter of Coll. Philemon
Lloyd, by whome he had nine Children, seven of them living at the time of
s/o Dr. Richard Tilghman / Mary Foxley
b/d at The Hermitage
Honorable Richard Tilghman. He was one of the Lord Proprietor's Council, a zealous member of the English Church, and when the 2nd Chester Church was built in 1697, he advanced the means for its erection, "the vestry engaging to reimburse him the necessary expenses."
m 7 Jan 1700 Hermitage, Queen Anne's Co., MD, Anna Maria Lloyd (daughter of Philemon Lloyd.)
They had 9 children - Mary [Maria], Philemon, Richard [III], Henrietta Maria, Anna Maria, William, Colonel Edward, James, Matthew
Find A Grave Memorial# 129342560
|Source:||Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland notes illustrative of the most ancient records of Kent County, Maryland|
|Authors:||George A Hanson, M.A. correspomding member of the Maryland Historical Society Baltimore, Maryland|
|Date:||30 DEC 1876|
|Publisher:||http://books.google.com/ my file Data/GenelogyBooks/Old_Kent.pdf|