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Document Section from A.D. 1453 to A.D. 1700
A sample reference to early Tinney [and variations] surnames.

Teny, Richard and Margaret his wife
Devon & Cornwall Record Society, [England], Vol. II, published 1950,
Cornwall Feet of Fines, Richard II - Henry VI, A.D. 1377-1461,
pages 216-217, document (1107), 35 Henry VI.
1.  At Westminster, one month from Easter day, in the 35th year of the
reign of King Henry VI (15 May, 1457).  . . . Between John Glyn,
claimant & Thomas Gydelegh and Margaret his wife; deforciants,
as to 1 messuage, 1 dovecot, 120 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow,
2 acres of alders, 4s. rent in BOSSENT, PORTHPERA and
PENNAGANOWE. Plea of covenant was summoned. Thomas
acknowledged the tenements and rent to be the right of John as
by his gift. . . . Moreover Thomas granted to the said John the
said rent together with the homages and all the services of
Richard Teney and Margaret his wife and Thomas Clemens and
his heirs of all the tenements which before were held of the said
Thomas Gydelegh in the said vill of PENNAGANOWE, . . .

Teny, John, from Norfolk Archaeology, [England], A Journal of Archaeology
and Local History, Vol. XXXVIII [38], Part III, published 1983,
Medieval Parish Church Building in Norfolk, page 270,
TUDDENHAM, EAST: A.D. 1458, 6s. 8d. to building porch, John Teny,
NCC Brosyard 144; . . .

Teny, John, from The Index Library, [England], Index to Wills Proved
in the Consistory Court of Norwich, A.D. 1370 to 1550, and Wills
Among the Norwich Enrolled Deeds, A.D. 1286 to 1508, Vol. 69, page 363,
A. D. 1459, Teny, John, Estudenham, Norf.     (144, 145 Brosyard)

Teny, Walter, from Calendar of Patent Rolls - Edward IV, [England],
A.D. 1461 to 1477, Vol. I, page 86, dated 18 Dec 1461 -
Westminster - (Grant)
"The like to Walter Teny of the office of Keeper of the King's castle
of Plympton Earle, Co. Devon [England] . . ."

Tynner, Richard, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record Office,
Supplementary Series, No. XV, Index to Ancient Correspondence of the Chancery
and the Exchequer, Vol. 2, L-Z, published 1969, page 492, in conjunction with:
Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record Office, No. XV, List of Ancient
Correspondence of the Chancery and Exchequer, published 1968,
Vol. 46, page 709, # 51.
[See also: Stonor Letters and Papers, ed. C. L. Kingsford, Camden Third Series,
XXIX, XXX, XXXIV; I, no. 71.]
# 51.  The same to the same: excusing himself from attending upon him; prefaced by
a list of those who require quittance from Richard Fortescue.  [Dated: c. August 1463]
Tynner, Richard, dyer of Dodbrooke.

Teny, Wa(l)ter, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record
Office, Vol. 12, Early Chancery Proceedings, part Vol. I, pages
382 [suit #21], 387 [suit #6], 388 [suit #52], all in Bundle #35,
dated circa 5 Edward IV to 23 Edward IV (circa A.D. 1465 - 1483);
page 382 [suit # 21]:
Water Teny, the person applying to the Chancery for a writ;
Richard Smyth, Danyell Hall, and Thomas Langworthy, feoffees to
complainant's use;
Messuage, &c. in Torkington belonging to the complainant;
located in the county of Devon.
page 387 [suit # 6]:
Walter Teny, the person applying to the Chancery for a writ;
John Underdon, John Benet, John Welbeare, and Henry Howper,
feoffees to complainant's use;
Messuage, &c. in Grattyng;
located in the county of Devon.
page 388 [suit #52]:
Water Teny, the person applying to the chancery for a writ;
William Halle, of Salisbury, alleged feoffee to uses;
Messuage, &c. in Northdate;
located in the county of Berks

Tene, William, from Calendar of Close Rolls - Edward IV, [England],
A.D. 1461 to 1476, Vol. II, page 474, A.D. 1470,
(dated: 20 June A.D. 1469),
"Robert Dale, citizen and 'letherseller' of London,
to William Tene, chaplain . . ."

Teny, Walter, from Calendar of Patent Rolls - Edward IV, [England],
A.D. 1461 to 1477, Vol. II, page 475,
dated 23 Nov 1474 - Westminster . . .
"Pardon to Walter Teny late of Morvell, co. Cornwall, 'marchand'
[merchant], alias of Somerton, co. Somerset, 'yoman', of his outlawry
in the county of Wilts for not appearing before Robert Danby and his
fellows, late justices of the Bench, to satisfy the king of his ransom for
having denied two writings obligatory of his which Robert Eston of
Salisbury, 'marchand' [merchant], produced against him in court
before the said justices, of which he was convicted; he having
surrendered to the Flete prison and appeared in court in his own person
and sought to be admitted to fine, and the said Robert Eston having
acknowledged himself satisfied of the debt and damages, and the said
Walter having been admitted to fine by pledges of John Baker of
London, 'gentilman', and Thomas Martyn of London, 'sherman', as
Thomas Bryan, chief justice of the Bench, has certified."

Tenni, William, from Calendar of Papal Registers, Vol. XIII, indultto;
page 380, 11 Kal. April. (22 March.), St. Peter's Rome. (f. 291 v.),
A.D. 1474-5,
To William Tenni, priest, of the diocese of London. [England]
Repeated: /To William Tenni, priest, of the diocese of London.
The like to him, who is of noble birth and lord of the place of the
Shambles (de Macellis) London. Sincere etc.

Tunnys, Robert, from Alumni Cantabrigienses, [University of Cambridge, England],
Part I, from the Earliest Times to A.D. 1751, Vol. IV, published 1927, page 271,
Tunnys, Robert, B.Civ.L., A.D. 1480-1.

Tynney, Andrew
Tinye, John
Tynney, Stephen
Lists and Indexes, [England], Supplementary Series, No. VII,
Proceedings in the Court of Requests, Vol. 1, Henry VII,
(beginning A.D. 1485) to Elizabeth I (beginning A.D. 1558), published
1964, Kraus Reprint Corporation, Great Britain, Public Record Office,
Tinye, John, Buckingham (County), lv, 19. [Cf. Tynney]
. . . land in Brill . . . Bucks.
Tynney, Stephen and Andrew, his son, Dorset (County), l, 7.
[Cf. Tinye], (dealings in sheep)
Tynnyng, Thomas (Not.), x, 72.  The parsonage of Eakring - Notts

In McKay's Modern English-Swedish and
Swedish-English Dictionary, there is:
Tinn/e, summit; -ar battlements, and
Tinning, temple is listed.
Tinne, vr. Pinnacle, or battlement, and
Tinnen, bv. n.
Tin, of Tin, is listed in Nieuw Engelsch Woordenboek,
or the Dutch-English, English-Dutch Dictionary.
The Oxford English Dictionary,
Vol. XVIII, T-U, published at Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 2nd Edition,
(1989), pages 115-132, notes among many other items, that:
Tinny -  Consisting of, abounding in, or yielding tin, formerly also,
Of tin, made of tin.  Also:
Tinny, Tinnie, a small tin mug, a child's tin.
McLaughlin's Danish-English Dictionary, shows:
Tin, tin.

Cassell's Dutch Dictionary, lists:
tin: tin, pewter, as well as:
tinne: battlements, crenel.  Battlement was a parapet built on top of a wall
with indentations for defense or decoration, associated with the
metal tin in its construction, with instruments of warfare and the battle cry;
both by appearance and vocal in the shout uttered by troops in battle.
[Research Note: The employment of Cornish tin miners on fortifications was
a long-established custom, as noted in Tudor Cornwall {Note: Tudor was the
surname of the English royal family from Henry VII (A.D. 1485) through
Elizabeth I (A.D. 1603).}, by A. L. Rowse, published 1941, page 402.
The process of extracting tin from the ground required mathematical planning
and engineering skills.  Cornwall miners were not only used on fortifications;
they were also engaged regularly in shipping and the British system of colonization.
The Revised Medieval Latin Word-List, prepared by R. E. Latham, M.A.,
worked on obtaining data from two committees appointed in 1924 and 1931;
data up to the eleventh century and the other covering the whole period to
A.D. 1500, shows among other definitions, that:
tin/neum,             tin          A.D. 1486
Thus, the Latin term for the English "tin" was similar in A.D. 1486.]

Tennys, John, from Calendar of Somerset Chantry Grants,
1548-1603, [England], published 1982, Somerset Record Society,
Vol. 77, Item #13, page 30, indenture dated 11 Nov 1489,
Martock: land and possessions given for a term of years to maintain a
chaplain in the parish church
ANNUAL RENTS AND TENANTS:  John Golde, John Tennys,
William Marster and Roger Kele hold for 99 years by indenture, dated
11 November 1489, 23a arable, 3 1/2a meadow and pasture for 6 oxen
in Cotehey in Martock, worth 3 pound a. leased to them by
Thomas Harrys, treasurer of Wells Cathedral and proprietor of Martock
church annexed to the treasureship, who received an annual rent of 6s 8d
Clear yearly value 2 pound 13s 4d . . .

Tynny, John, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record
Office, Early Chancery Proceedings, (Vol. IV), published 1963,
Vol. 29, Bundle 246, dated A.D. 1500 to 1501, page 34, # 43,
John Tynny, salter, of London, [England], v.
The mayor, alderman and sheriffs of London ---
Attachment of household stuff, given by Margaret Caffa in
satisfaction of a debt and claimed by Thomas Pays.
Certiorari - London
Addressed to Henry Dean, bishop of Salisbury, Keeper.
[Note:  John Tynny is noted to be a "salter". A "salter" is one who
applies salt to cure fish, meat, etc., or one who sells or manufactures salt.]

Tynney, Wm., from Archaeologia Cantiana, [Kent County, England],
General Index, Vol. 46-64,
Tynney, Wm., Vol. 47:18, An Archidiaconal Visitation of A.D. 1502,
parish church of Holy Cross, Westgate, 09 Sep 1502,
"War(den) Will. Tynney" St. Paul (Abbot of St. Anstin's P.)

Tunye, Peter, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 6, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1389 to 1514,
Appendix I,
11 April 1505, Tunye, Peter, Burton, Prob. Act, Holderness

Tynie, Martin, from The History and Antiquities of the County of
Surrey, [England], Vol. I, Republished 1974, page 543,
CRANLEY.
The KING, viz. Hen. VII. (under Patrons.)
Martin Tynie, inst. 24 Nov. 1507 (under Rectors. - Names.)

Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, [England], Vol. 54, No. 129,
May 1981, The Book of Disguisings for the Coming of the Ambassadors of Flanders,
December 1508, involving pageantry and entertainments, page 128, For the groser,
. . .
Fyne gold papers and silver . . .
Gold foyle and grene foyle . . .
Tynne foyle, 3 dozen             6d
Inglysh, party gold, 50           12d
. . .

Tynny, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix I,
27 Apr 1515, Tynny, John, Welwikthorp, Prob. Act, Holderness

Tynny, John, salter, from London Viewers and Their Certificates,
1508-1558, [England] published 1989 by the London Record Society,
page 15, item #33, [B.26] 8 July 1516, notes:
Parish of St. Pulcres without Newgate.  Variance between
John [Tynny], salter, pl., and Giles Polyver, gentleman, def.,
concerning a nuisance of a channel (cannell) for the conveyance
of water.  The viewers find a well which is partible between the
parties.  The well water and the water from def.'s house and
kitchen now have a course through the grounds of pl.
Def. ought of right to withdraw the watercourse or else come to
an agreement about it with pl.  There is a shed over the well
which stands and overhangs upon the grounds of pl. from the
middle of the well southward; def. ought to withdraw it.
Without etc.
Endorsed: Tynny and Polyver.  viii die Julii anno r[egni]r[egis]
[Henrici] octavi viii certificat[ur] et importat[ur] cor[am]
Will[elm]o Butler Maire . . . etc.
Subscribed: [?viii] die Julii A[nn]o viii R[egni] R[egis]
Henr[ici] VIII . . . certificat[ur] et importat[ur] coram
Will[elm]o Butler milite et Maior[e] etc.

Tynny, John (r.), from Surrey Record Society, [England],
Vol. 19, A.D. 1519 (II Henry VIII),
Tynny, John (r.), plts . . . A mess., 13 a land, 3 a meadow and 4 a wood in
Wyndelesham and Bagshoteford . . .

Tinny, Jn, from "London Citizens" Index, [England],
(LDS FHC film # 094,529),
A.D. 1520 - Tinny, Jn,      Salt      An   14580

Tenne, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 38, Wills, Etc., in the Dean and Chapter's Peculiar,
Yorkshire, A.D. 1321 to 1636,
12 June 1522, Tenne, Thomas, Wharrome in Street, Prob.;
Vol. 2, Folio 131

Teny, Walter, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545,
edited and published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 95,
Seynt Endelyon [St. Endellion], A.D. 1525
Walter Teny, G  6  2/3

Tenny, John, jun.,
Teny, John, sen.,
Tenny, Walter,
Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII, [England], 1524
and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and published
by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 96, Mynfra [St. Minver], A.D. 1525
John Teny, sen., G  6  2/3,
Walter Tenny, G  10,
John Tenny, jun., G  6  2/3

Teny, Thomas, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and
published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 102, Leskerd Parish
[Liskeard Parish], A.D. 1525
Thomas Teny, G  5

Tynney, William (great-great-grandson of John Wulley), from
Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record Office, List of Early Chancery
Proceedings, (Vol. V.), Kraus Reprint 1963, Vol. 38, Bundle 584,
A.D. 1518 to 1529, page 556, # 21,
William Tynney, great-great-grandson of John Wulley.
Richard Smyth, alias Erley.
Detention of deeds relating to land in Melksham and Poulshot.
Mutilated.
County of Wiltshire.

Teny, William, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record
Office, List of Proceedings in the Court of Star Chamber, (Vol. I.),
A.D. 1485-1558, published 1963, Vol. 13,
Star Chamber Proceedings - Henry VIII. - Bundle XXIII.,
page 25, # 20-21, [A.D. 1509 to 1547],
John Braye - Plaintiff
John Daryte, John Stephen, William Rowtour, and
William Teny - Defendant(s)
Subject: Forcible ouster and destruction of hedges at St. Cleer
County: Cornwall

Teny, William, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and
published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 110, Seynt Clere
[St. Cleer], A.D. 1525
William Teny, G  2

Tynney, Henry, from Kent Archaeological Society, [England],
Vol. 9, Index of Wills Proved in The Rochester Consistory Court,
A.D. 1440 to 1561,
Tynney, (Sir) Henry, Rochester - d. A.D. 1526 viii 61b
Also, from FHC Film #188,784,
hen__ [Henry] Tynney gif my soull to God my body to be buried
in the church yard of
...
itm   to . . . Robert ffentamon my . . .
itm   to      John Thompson my godson . . .
itm   to       Rob day a noble . . .

Tynney, Ric., from Letters & Papers, Foreign & Domestic, of the
Reign of Henry VIII, [England], Vol. IV,
Tynney, Ric., 5096 (page 2221), in 19 Henry VIII, [A.D. 1527 - 1528],
. . . "Asked one Ric. Theny for help to get his dispensation, and he and
his friends gave him 46s. 8d.  . . ."
. . . "The plate which was made for the calling of Oberion has remained
with Sir Thos. Moore since Stapelton was before him.  Was taken to
Walsingham by one Ric. Tynney, to see 'the lord Leonard Marques',
who spoke to him about the art of digging, and promised that if he
would take pains about it he would sue out a dispensation for him to be
a secular priest, and made him his chaplain . . . "
(The above was in the "confession of Wm. Stapleton, clerk, to Wolsey".)

Tenyson, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
__ Sep 1528, Tenyson, John, Ryall in Holderness, __ Sep 1528,
Vol. 9, Folio 413

Tenyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
30 Sep 1528, Tenyson, William, Ryhill in Holderness, 15 Sep 1528,
Vol. 9, Folio 418

Tenyson, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix I,
30 June 1529, Tenyson, Thomas, Thorngombald, Adm., Holderness

Tinny, see Tynny
Tynny, John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 11, Kraus
Reprint published 1968, Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court
of Canterbury, A.D. 1383 to 1558, page 539,
Tynny, John, A.D. 1531, St. Pulcre, London ; Bagshote, Berks.
or Surrey;            8 Thower
[Note:  From FHC Film #402,724, Sherwood;
Tynny, 1529, P.C.C., 8 Thrower, - Will of
A.D. 1529, Dec 18 - Tynny, John . . . St. Sepu . . .
                               . . . names wife Anne ----------;
                               son Walter [Tynny]
Admon 27 Oct 1531 (wife Anne renouncing) to King, John of . . .
dioc of Winchester . . .]

Tyny, John, from Letters & Papers, Foreign & Domestic,
of the Reign of Henry VIII, [England], Vol. IX,
Tyny, John, Cromwell's servant, pages 131, 137
. . . 20 Aug 1535 (R.O.) . . .
 "we sent your coats on the 17th by John Tyny, who was then leaving
London."
. . . [Also]: 20 Aug 1535 . . ."and your two coats, with which your
servant, John Tyny, left London on the 17th . . ."
[Research Note:  This appears to be Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex,
A.D. 1485(?) to 1540. Cromwell was an English political leader and
adviser to Cardinal Wolsey and Henry VIII.
Cromwell was executed in 1540 for treason.]

Tynne, John, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record
Office, List of Early Chancery Proceedings, (Vol. VII.), Kraus Reprint 1963,
Vol. 50, File 909, dated A.D. 1533 to 1538, page 303, # 55-56,
John Tynne, prebendary of Featherstone in the church of Wolverhampton.
John Cowper of Walsall, chaplain.
Detention of deeds relating to complainant's prebend.
County of Staffordshire.

Tenny, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
1 Sep 1537, Tenny, Richard, Frasthorpe, husbandman, __ ___ 1537,
Vol. 11, Folio 249

Tinney Hall (Tynnyhorne)
Lists and Indexes, Supplementary Series, Great Britain Public Record Office,
(No. III, Vol. 1); See also Index Vol., in Lewannick, Co. Cornwall, tithes in, # 58;
List of the Lands of Dissolved Religious Houses, Bedfordshire-Huntingdonshire,
published 1964, pages 61-63, Launceston Priory, # 58,
No. 454, 30-31 Hen. VIII [A.D. 1538-1540], County of Cornwall,
Tynnyhorne [Indexed under Tinney Hall] and Cockwornell:        m.24d.
Portion of tithes from Tynnyhorne and Cockwornell.

Tynney, Thos., from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 48, p. 130,
. . . servant(s) of the said late monastery for their wages in arrear,
vis . . . Thomas Tynney, six choristers, . . . from account of
William Blithman, The King's Receiver, upon the dissolution
(Knaresborough - Trinitarian or Order of St. Robert Friary)
made there 20 December A.D. 1538

Tuny, Peter, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
3 June 1541, Tuny, Peter, Kayngham, __ ___ 1541, Vol. 11, Folio 539

Tenny, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
5 July 1542, Tenny, John, Wyntringham, 15 Apr 1542,
Vol. 11, Folio 602

Tenye, Walter, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and
published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 95, Trigg Hundred, A.D. 15__
Walter Tenye, G  2

Teny, Alsyn,
Vyan, Isabel Tene,
Teny, John,
Teny, John,
Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII, [England], 1524
and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and published
by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 96, Minver [St. Minver], A.D. 1543
John Teny, G  10,
Isabel Tene Vyan, G  1,
Alsyn Tenny,  G  4,
John Teny, G  3

Teny, Robert, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and
published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 103,
Burgus de Leskerd, A.D. 1544
Robert Teny, G  1

Teny, John, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545,
edited and published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 126,
Menhynett [Menheniot], A.D. 1544
John Teny, G  4

Teny, Nicholas, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545, edited and
published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 113, Duloe, A.D. 1544
Nicholas Teny, G  5

Tenny, (?), William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
7 Sep 1544, Tenny, (?), William, Foston,  8 Aug 1544,
Vol. 11, Folio 774

Tenye, John, from Cornwall Subsidies in the Reign of Henry VIII,
[England], 1524 and 1543 and the Benevolence of 1545,
edited and published by T. L. Stoate, (1985); page 166,
Sent Mynver [St. Minver], A.D. 1545
John Tenye, 6  8

Teny, William, from The Index Library, [England], Index to Wills
Proved in the Consistory Court of Norwich, A.D. 1370
to 1550, and Wills Among the Norwich Enrolled Deeds,
A.D. 1286 to 1508, Vol. 69, page 363,
A. D. 1545, Teny, William, Swanton Morley, Norf.    (222, 223 Hyll)

Tennys, John, from Letters & Papers, Foreign & Domestic,
of the Reign of Henry VIII, [England], Vol. XX,
Tennys, John, I. G. 1335(12)
. . . "a messuage in tenure of Wm. Baynton in Appulbye, Linc.,
and houses and messuages in the several tenures of . . .
John Tennys . . . in Appulbye . . . (page 658, 1st column)
. . . Grants in July of A.D. 1545

Tyne, John, from The Index Library, [England], Index of the Wills and
Administrations . . . Probate Registry at Canterbury,
A.D. 1396 to 1558 and A.D. 1640 to 1650, Vol. 50, published 1920,
Archdeaconry Act Book, Vol. 9, Folio 33,
A.D. 1545/46, Tyne, John, at Littlechart

Tynnes, from Letters & Papers, Foreign & Domestic,
of the Reign of Henry VIII, [England], Vol. XXI,
Tynnes, in Scotland, larid of. - See Pringle I.  183
09 Feb 1546 - Privy Council of Scotland
. . . James Hoppryngill of Tynnes . . .

Teny, John, from Letters & Papers, Foreign & Domestic,
of the Reign of Henry VIII, [England], Vol. XXI, Part 2,
published 1910, page 235, Grants in November, A.D. 1546,
Number 476, section 85.
. . . The manor of Wharram and grange of Wharram, Yorks[shire].,
a watermill, etc., in tenure of Matth. Morwyn in Wharram, and lands
(specified) there in tenure of . . . and John Teny, -- Meux mon.

Tennyson, John, Junr., from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 11, Wills in the York Registry -
10 Nov 1546, Tennyson, John, Junr., Riall, par. Skeklinge,
3 Aug 1546, Vol. 13, Folio 238

Teny, Richard, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record
Office, List of Proceedings in the Court of Star Chamber, (Vol. I.),
A.D. 1485-1558, published 1963, Vol. 13,
Star Chamber Proceedings - Henry VIII. - Bundle XXIII.,
page 149, # 77, [A.D. 1509 to 1547],
John Jermy - Plaintiff
William Fuelyn, John Dawson, Richard Kelsey, and
Richard Teny - the Defendant(s)
Subject: Assault at Sprowston
County: Norfolk

Teney, Richard, from Calendar of Patent Rolls - Edward VI,
[England], Vol. I, page 113, dated 23 July 1547
. . . "Norf., opposite the gate of Norwich called Bysshoppes Gates
in tenure of John Whyte and Richard Teney . . ."

Temey, Edward, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 33, page 39, mentioned in:
incumbent(s) . . . Haddysley Chappell in Byrkin parish;
dated on page 28, as 11 Aug 1548

Tynney, Elianora
Tynney, Walter
Surrey Record Society, [England],
Vol. 19, page 583, A.D. 1549,
. . . and Walter Tynney (h.) and Elianora, his wife, dfts . . . 3 mess.,
3 gardens, 40 a land, 6 a meadow, 10 a pasture and 8 a wood
in Bagshott . . .

Tinnie, James, born about 1550, of Halsham, Yorkshire, England;
Spouse of Isabell Johnson

Tin, William, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 313,
Tin, William, Bourne, A.D. 1551-3, # 212

Tinhy, Susan, born about 1553, of Harwich, Essex, England;
Spouse of John Gray

Tenyson, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 2, (FHC Film # 599,723), page 177,
Plaintiff - John Tenyson - Deforciants -- Richard Yonge & Johanna
his wife - Messuage with lands in Ryall & Camberton - Yorks Fines -
A.D. 1554 - Michaelmas Term, 1st & 2nd Philip & Mary

Tributeni/Tributeno, i.e., the Tribe of Teni
A. D. 1555, The Tribe of Teni appears in Jewish records of the
Duchy of Milan, Italy; Archivio di Stato Milano, Cancelleria Spagnola,
Carteggio Generale, cart. 195, fasc. 1; and Registri, serie IV, Vol. 12.
In A.D. 1555, on 29 March, Donato di Tributeni, requests and is
granted the dropping of charges against Donato de Tributeno, by
the governor of Milan, for having melted down and minted counterfeit
coins, he being a foreigner.

Tynnye, Joane, chr: 03 Oct 1555, Evercreech, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tynnye and ---------- ----------

Tynnye, Jone, chr: 21 Jan 1557, Evercreech, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tynnye and ---------- ----------

Tenyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1554 to 1568 -
23 Mar 1557, Tenyson, William, Ryall, par. Skeklynge, 07 Jan 1557,
Vol. 15, part 2,  Folio 174

Tenney/Tenny, Henry
Tenney, John
Tenney, John
Tenney, Thomas
The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Administrations in the Consistory Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1540 to 1659,
published 1921, Vol. 52,
A.D. 1558, Tenny, Henry, Lymber Magna, Act Book  i, 100
[Research Note:  An extensive genealogical report on the family of
Henry Tenny is presented in The New England Historical and Genealogical
Register, [USA], Whole Number 603, Vol. 151, (July 1997), pages 329-341.
entitled: THE TENNEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE [ENGLAND] AND
ROWLEY, MASSACHUSETTS [USA], by Douglas Richardson, residing at:
216 West Buffalo Street, # 3, Chandler, Arizona, [USA] 85224.
(See Also: Future joint manuscript with Dean C. Smith, C.G.)
Henry Tenney, born circa A.D. 1510; he was the father of:
Thomas Tenney, born circa 1540; married Margaret Wood; they the parents of:
John Tenney, chr: __ Apr 1567, Great Limber, Lincolnshire, England;
Spouse of Ursula Mumby/Mumbie; they the parents of:
John Tenney, chr: 09 Nov 1600, Great Limber, Lincolnshire, England; Etc.]

Tenyssonne, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1554 to 1568 -
02 June 1558, Tenyssonne, John, Kayngham, yeoman, 11 Apr 1558,
Vol. 15, part 2,  Folio 311

Teneson, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1554 to 1568 -
20 Oct 1558, Teneson, Thomas,
Thorningbold, par. Paule, 20 Aug 1558,
Vol. 15, part 2, Folio 350

Tennye, William, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record
Office, Index of Chancery Proceedings, (Vol. I), published 1963,
(Series II.), Vol. 7, Bundle 175, dated A.D. 1558 to 1579, page 393, # 80,
Tennye, William - Plaintiff; Grace, Roger - Defendant; Subject: Debt;
County: Essex

Tennye, John, chr: 07 Dec 1559, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
(died as a child);
Son of Richard Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tiene, (Count) Hannibal de
De Tiene, Lodovico
De Tiene Surname
Calendar of State Papers - Foreign, A.D. 1558 to 1603,
Vol. II, pages 569 (1), 570, 591 (1).
Tiene, (Count) Hannibal de, dated 18 Jan 1560 -
On the 10th inst the writers sent a despatch to Cecil through Flanders
advertising him of the coming into England of Count Hannibal.  They
have since learnt that his surname is De Tiene, born at Venice,
nephew to Lodovico De Tiene.

Tennyson, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, Appendix
23 Jan 1561, Tennyson, John, Ryall, Holderness

Tennye, Elizabeth, chr: 11 Feb 1561, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tenison, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1554 to 1568 -
14 Apr 1562, Tenison, Richard, Ryhill (bur. Sceklynge), 07 Jan 1561,
Vol. 17,  Folio 183

Tynnye, Isabell, chr: 31 Mar 1564, Dorking, Surrey, England;
Daughter of ---------- Tynnye and ---------- ----------

Tenyson, Agnes, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1554 to 1568 -
20 Apr 1564, Tenyson, Agnes, Kaingham, widow, 05 Mar 1563,
Vol. 17,  Folio 333

Tynne, Cathren, chr: 07 Nov 1564, Evercreech, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tynnye and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Alis, chr: 12 Nov 1564, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tinneye, Elizabeth, chr: 02 Sep 1565, Saint George Colegate, Norwich,
Norfolk, England; Daughter of John Tinneye and ---------- ----------

Tynwy, Marye, from The Visitations of Oxfordshire, A.D. 1566,
1574, and 1634, The Publications of The Harleian Society, Vol. 5,
page 188, in the Pedigree of Danvers, of Cothrope,
William Danvers of Banbury, 3. sonne, had issue a baze sonne by
Marye Tynwy his concubyne: John Danvers of London,
filius naturalis

Tennye, Agnes, chr: 01 June 1566, Wintringham, Yorkshire, England;
Daughter of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tynnye, Agnes, married 15 Jan 1567, Calne, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of John Rose

Tynnye, Ane, chr: 12 June 1567, Evercreech, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tynnye and ---------- ----------

Tennyson, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 14, (FHC Film # 402,538), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1554 to 1568 -
12 June 1567, Tennyson, Richard, Headon, butcher, 03 Apr 1567,
Vol. 17, Folio 664

Tenny, Phillip, chr: 16 Dec 1567, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter (sic) of John Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynne, James, from Calendar of State Papers-Domestic, [England],
Vol. 1, A.D. [4 Mar] 1568, page 308,
. . . "List of Names of 72 Persons found together within the parish of
St. Martin's in the Fields, at the House of James Tynne, goldsmith,
the fourth day of March."

Tynnye, John, from Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural
History Society, [England], Vol. 7, page 9,
. . . Receipts from the sale of wood in the Alders - John Tynnye,
2  2s . . . A.D. 1569/70 (1569) . . . Guild Steward's Book
of the Borough of Calne . . .

Tin, Henry, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 319,
Tyn, Henry, Shewstenne, A.D. 1569, ii, # 12

Teny, Elizabetha, married 23 Apr 1571, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Thomas Benet

Tynny, Thomas, chr: 23 Sep 1571, Saint Dunstan, Stepney,
London, England; Son of Johnn Tynny and ---------- ----------

Teninge, John, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 307,
Teninge, John, Pinchbeck, A.D. 1572, i, # 161; ii, # 88

Tenny, Willielmi,
Tenny, Elizabetha,
Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, [England], Vol. 10, page 79,
"Court Rolls of Some East Riding Manors, A.D. 1563-1573"
Nafferton, A.D. 1572 ---Pleas
" . . . Et quod Isabell Hunter vxor Willielmi Hunter,
Johanna Hodgeson vidua, et Elizabetha Tenny, et vxor
Willielmi Tenny sunt eius sororeset proximi heredes et plenae
aetatis, et dant dominae pro Reliuio (Relief) vt patet in capite . . . "

Tenny, Johan, chr: 17 Oct 1572, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Baldwin Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynnye, Jone, married 17 Nov 1572, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of Thomas Jones

Teneson, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
26 Feb 1572, Teneson, Thomas, Halsam, 15 Dec 1572,
Vol. 19, Folio 281

Tennye, (male), chr: 20 Dec 1572, Wintringham, Yorkshire, England;
Son of John Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tini, Francesco
Tini, Michele
Tini, Pietro
Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in Italy and of Italian Books
Printed in Other Countries from 1465 to 1600, Now in the British
Museum, published 1958, Index of Printers and Publishers, page 964,
Tini, Michele, Milan, [Italy], A.D. 1572-1591; also in Supplement,
published 1986, page 115
Tini, Pietro and Francesco, Milan, [Italy], A.D. 1572-1576

Tynnye, John, from Wiltshire Magazine, [England],
Vol. 45, page 65,
Tynnye, John, will of, dated A.D. 1574, Calne, . . . husbandman . . .

Tinnye, Richard, born about 1574, Buckingham, Lincoln, England;
Son of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tinhy, Susan, married __ ___ 1574, Harwich, Essex, England;
Spouse of John Gray

Teny, Barneley, from Calendars of the Proceedings in Chancery in the
Reign of Queen Elizabeth, [England], Folio, Vol. III, page 91,
. . . one of the plaintiffs . . . (A.D. 1574) . . . tenants of messuages and
lands in Ranworth . . . manor of South Walsham . . . Norfolk . . .

Tinny, Richo-, married __ Jan 1574, St. Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of William Bilky

Tenny, John, chr: 21 Feb 1574, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Baldwin Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynne, Edw , from Calendar of Assize Records, [England],
published 1985, Home Circuit Indictments,
Elizabeth I and James I,
Edw Tynne, Inquest Date: 27 May 1574,  KB 9 Ref.: 637(2), m. 188

Tennison, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539),
Index of Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
07 June 1574, Tennison, William, Halsham, Harthill

Tynny, Edward, chr: 05 Feb 1575, Saint Dunstan, Stepney,
London, England; (died as a child);
Son of John(n) Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tinnie, James, married 07 Nov 1575, Halsham, Yorkshire, England;
Spouse of Isabell Johnson

Tunne, Simon, from Alumni Cantabrigienses, [University of Cambridge, England],
Part I, from the Earliest Times to A.D. 1751, Vol. IV, published 1927, page 271,
Tunne, Simon, Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, A.D. 1576;
                        B.A. 1579-80.  Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 15 July 1580.  V. of
                        Bitchfield, near Corby, Lincs., 1606.  Will (Lincoln) A.D. 1630.

Tenny, Frannces (sic), chr: 20 Mar 1576, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Son of Baldwin Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tennye, Janet
Tennye, Robert
Catholic Record Society, Vol. 22, page 32,
Diocesan Returns of Recusants--iii (Diocese of York.)  3  (Yorkshire)
[England] Dom. Eliz. 117, n. 23, i.
The Dyoces of Yorke. [England]
Anno domini 1577 Regnique domine nostre Elizabethe Regine, etc.
Anno xix{o}.
The names, sirnames, additions and dwelling places of suche within the
diocesse of Yorke as haue bene detected to the Lord Archbishop of
Yorke, and other her maiesties Commissioners in those partes for their
disobediences in refusinge the church and publique prayer, etc., and do
not conforme them selfes, with a note of their habilities, &c.
[NOTE:  Recusant:  One, especially a Roman Catholic,
(Popish religion), who refused to attend the services of the Church
of England.]
Their habilties.
xl{s} in goodes
              Nil
Their names and sirnames.
. . .
Robert Tennye
Janet Tennye
. . .
Their additions.
-----------------------------
-----------------------------
Their dwellinge  places
of Kingston upon Hull
of Kingston upon Hull

Tennison, Ralph, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, Appendix
17 Jan 1577, Tennison, Ralph, Thurgumbold in Holderness

Teneson, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
24 Apr 1577, Teneson, John, Paulflet (bur. Paull), 23 Dec 1576,
Vol. 21, Folio 41

Tennyson, Agnes, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
02 Oct 1577, Tennyson, Agnes, Thorngumbold, par. Paulle,
07 Aug 1577, Vol. 21, Folio 58

Tennyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
02 Oct 1577, Tennyson, William, Thorngumbold, par. Pawle,
01 Aug 1577, Vol. 21, Folio 58

Tenyson, Christopher, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 5, (FHC film #599,724, 2nd item on film),
page 114, A.D. 1577-1578, Hilary Term  20 Elizabeth,
Christopher Tenyson plaintiff vs. John Thornton, merchant,
& Johanna his wife, messuage with lands in Ryhyll, Camerton, Paule,
and Skeglynge

Teneson, Lawrance, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
16 Apr 1578, Teneson, Lawrance, Burnhousehill (bur. Pawle),
13 Dec 1577, Vol. 21, Folio 108

Tunye, James, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, Appendix
25 Sep 1578, Tunye, James, Kaingham, Holderness

Tenny, Marie, chr: 14 Nov 1578, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Baldwin Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny or Tinney, ----------, from Alumni Cantabrigienses,
[University of Cambridge, England], Part I, from the Earliest Times to A.D. 1751,
Vol. IV, published 1927, page 215,
Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi, A.D. 1579

Tynny, Willim, chr: 11 Apr 1579, Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London,
England; (died as a child);
Son of John(n) Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tyne, Laurence
Tynes, Laurence
Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record Office,
Index of Chancery Proceedings, (Vol. II), published 1963,
(Series II.), Vol. 24, Bundle 219, dated A.D. 1579 to 1587,
page 45,
# 71 - Tynes, Laurence - Plaintiff; Awsten, Peter - Defendant;
Marriage contract; Middlesex
# 72 - Tyne, Laurence - Plaintiff; Cole, Emanuel, and another -
Defendant; Money matters; Middlesex

Tennyson, Christopher
Tennyson, Edward
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 19,
(FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
07 Apr 1580, Tennyson, Edward, aged 14 years and upwards, son
of Christopher Tennyson, of Ryall, deceased, Tuition,
other entries, Holderness

Tennysone, Christopher, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index
of Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
29 July 1580, Tennysone, Christopher, Riall in Holderness, Yeoman,
1 Mar [22 Eliz.], Vol. 21, Folio 499

Tynnye, Jone, married 14 Nov 1580, Evercreech, Somerset, England;
Spouse of Thomas Jupt

Tenny, Tamsin, chr: 22 Feb 1581, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Baldwyn Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Jennet, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
12 Apr 1581, Tenny, Jennet,
Snaynton (bur. Brompton), 22 June 1579,
Vol. 22, Folio 42

Tenny, Robert, married 20 Nov 1581, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Jane Hackie

Lists & Indexes, Great Britain Public Record Office,
Proceedings in the Court of Star Chamber, Elizabeth I (A-C),
Supplementary Series No. IV, Vol. 2, [A.D. 1558 to 1603],
Teninge, Richard,     Bundle C.     37/19
Tenny, Philip,           Bundle C.     41/02
Tynne, (aliasTenis or Temes), Richard,
                                       Bundle B.     01/35; Bundle B.     76/16
Proceedings in the Court of Star Chamber, Elizabeth I (D-K),
Supplementary Series No. IV, Vol. 3, [A.D. 1558 to 1603],
Tenninge, William, see: Denning
                                 Bundle G.     08/33; Bundle G.     20/21;
                                 Bundle G.     42/23
Proceedings in the Court of Star Chamber, Elizabeth I (L-R),
Supplementary Series No. IV, Vol. 4, [A.D. 1558 to 1603],
Tyne, Thomas,          Bundle P.     25/05
Proceedings in the Court of Star Chamber, Elizabeth I (S-Z),
Supplementary Series No. IV, Vol. 5, [A.D. 1558 to 1603],
Tennye, John,           Bundle T.     01/31; Bundle T.     06/38
Tynning, John,         Bundle W.    18/25

Tennye, Johane, chr: 18 Jan 1582, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tyney, Grace, chr: 24 Aug 1582, Pitcombe, Somerset, England;
Daughter of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tin, John, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 313,
Tin, John, Glentworth, A.D. 1583, ii, # 163

Tenye, Robert, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
01 Feb 1583, Tenye, Robert,
Fraystropp (bur. Carnabie), 16 Aug 1583,
Vol. 22, Folio 494

Tenny, William, chr: 28 Feb 1583, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Baldwin Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, James, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in the York
Registry, Appendix
12 Mar 1583, Tenny, James, Kirkeby in Grindalllythe, Buckrose

Tenysone, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 19, (FHC Film # 402,539), Index of Wills in
the York Registry, A.D. 1568 to 1585 -
02 Oct 1583, Tenysone, Richard, Riall in Holderness, bacheler,
13 July [25 Eliz.], Vol. 22, Folio 467

Tynney, William, chr: 05 Nov 1583, Pitcombe, Somerset, England;
Son of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tini, Pietro, from Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in Italy and
of Italian Books Printed in Other Countries from 1465 to 1600, Now
in the British Museum, published 1958,
Index of Printers and Publishers, page 964,
Tini, Pietro, Milan, [Italy], A.D. 1583-1587

Tinny, William, born about 1584, of St. Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tenne, John, senior, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 116, page 70,
East Riding Muster Rolls, Brigham,
"John Tenne, senior, 1 calever. (A.D. 1584)

Tini, Pietro, from Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in Italy
and of Italian Books Printed in Other Countries from 1465
to 1600, Now in the British Museum, Supplement, published 1986,
Index of Printers and Publishers, page 115,
Tini, Pietro, Milan, [Italy], A.D. 1584

Tenyson, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539),
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1585 to 1594 -
01 Mar 1584, Tenyson, Thomas, Thorgumbald, (bur. Paull),
17 Sep 1584, Vol. 23, Folio 238

Tinney, Harry, married 29 Apr 1584, Saint Clement Danes,
Westminster, London, England; Spouse of Margery Spencer

Tynnie, Robert, married 18 June 1584, Pitcombe,
Somerset, England; Spouse of Joane Wilton

Tennye, John, chr: 01 Sep 1584, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tennye, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 7, (FHC Film # 599,724, 4th item on film), page 46,
A.D. 1585, Michaelmas Term, 27 & 28 Elizabeth;
John Tennye, plaintiff vs. William Elwood, gent., and Margaret
his wife; Messuage and 3 cottages with lands in Brigham and Fisholme

Tynne, Henry, from Index of Manuscripts in the British Library,
Vol. 10, published 1986, page 85, [Lansdowne prior abbreviation used]
Tynne (Henry), Auditor of the Exchequer,
Survey of the borough and manor of Burton, A.D. 1585 Lat  25,298.

Tynny, Katherin, married 24 May 1585, Saint Dunstan,
Stepney, London, England; Spouse of Edward Shacklock

Tenny, Elizabeth, chr: 17 Oct 1585, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Baldwin Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tini, Francesco, Heirs of
Tini, Simon, Heirs of
Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in Italy and of Italian Books
Printed in Other Countries from 1465 to 1600,
Now in the British Museum, published 1958,
Index of Printers and Publishers, page 964,
Tini, Francesco, and Simon, Heirs of,
Milan, [Italy], A.D. 1585-1596

Cornish Tin Miners [England]
"The seminal importance of the English voyages to North Carolina and Virginia [USA]
which were made under the auspices of Sir Walter Raleigh between A.D. 1584 and 1591
has long been fully recognized despite their failure to found a lasting settlement on
American soil."  See: The William and Mary Quarterly, [USA], 3rd Series, Vol. VI, No. 2,
(April, 1949), article beginning page 173, Preparations for the A.D. 1585 Virginia Voyage,
by David B. Quinn. There is reference made to the need to use "sum of your myners
of Cornwell" in the proposed colony.  As stated on page 214 of this article, "Besides the
military administrators and personnel a number of individual specialists were required."
This included "sum of your myners of Cornwell"
{16}
The employment of Cornish tin miners on fortifications was a long-established custom
[A. L. Rowse, Tudor Cornwall (1941), 402].  In the spring of 1586 Raleigh was
instructed to levy 100 Cornish tin miners to be sent to the Low Countries for this purpose
[William Murdin, A Collection of State Papers . . . 1571 to 1596 . . . left by William Cecil
Lord Burghley (1759), 782; Raleigh to Leicester, March 29, 1586, in Edwards, Ralegh,
II, 33-34].
Continuing, on page 216, lists among men to be taken to America were: Men experte in the
arte of fortification . . . Makers of spades and shovells for pyoners, trentchers, and fortemakers.
Makers of basketts to cary earthe to fortes Rampiers.  Pioners and spadesmen for fortification
. . . Men cunning in the art of fortification, that may chuse out places strong by nature to be
fortified, and that can plot out and direct workmen.  Choise spadesmen, to trench cunningly,
and to raise bulwarks and rampiers of earth for defence and offence . . . Mynerall men and
Men skilful in all Minerall causes . . .

Tenye, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1585 to 1594 -
15 June 1587, Tenye, John, Wintringham, 20 May 1587,
Vol. 23, Folio 454

Tenney, Henry, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1585 to 1594 -
13 Nov 1587, Tenney, Henry, Hempholme (bur. Levin), labourer,
02 Dec 1586, Vol. 23, Folio 564

Tinney, Anne, married 19 Nov 1587, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England;
Spouse of Thos Cashe

Teny, Anna, chr: 03 Dec 1587, Brandesburton, Yorkshire, England;
Daughter of Joannis Teny and ---------- ----------

Tinny, Robt., married 01 June 1588, Heddington, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of Agnes Weston

Tinny, Peter, born about 1589, of Redlinch, Somerset, England;
Son of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tinny, Roger, married 07 Apr 1589, Heddington, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of Joan Page

Tennie, Emote
Tennie, James
Tennie, Richard
Tennie, Robert
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 22,
(FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
02 May 1589, Tennie, Richard, Emote and Robert, children
of James Tennie, Kirkbie Grindallith, Tuition, Harthill

Tennison, Elizabeth
Tennison, Laurence
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 22,
(FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
03 Sep 1589, Tennison, Elizabeth, daughter of Laurence Tennison,
Kaiengham, Holderness

Tennisonne, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1585 to 1594 -
02 Oct 1589, Tennisonne, Thomas, Burnehowsehill, par. Pawle,
yeom., 16 June 1589, Vol. 24, Folio 131

Tennison, Anne
Tennison, Thomas
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 22,
(FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
02 Oct 1589, Tennison, Anne, daughter of Thomas Tennison,
Burhouse Hill, (Par. Paule), Tuition, Holderness

Tynnie, Xpian, chr: 01 Nov 1589, Pitcombe, Somerset, England;
Son of Robert Tynnie and ---------- ----------

Tinne, John, from The Index Library, [England], Wills and
Administrations in the Peculiar Court of the Dean of Sarum,
Relating to Dorset, A.D. 1500 to 1801, Vol. 53,
Tinne, John, Sherborne, A.D. 1590, Vol. 5, page 87

Tenney, Joan, married 30 Jan 1590, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Robert Olliver

Tenny, Robert, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
Appendix
04 Mar 1590, Tenny, Robert, Wintringham, Buckrose

Tynaie, Marye, married 19 July 1590, Saint Stephen And Saint Benet
Sherehog, London, London, England; Spouse of William Lumb

Tenny, William, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 307,
Tenny, William, Limber, A.D. 1591, ii, #127
[Research Note:  See family listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical
Register, [USA], Whole Number 603, Vol. 151, (July 1997), pages 329-341.
entitled: THE TENNEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE [ENGLAND] AND
ROWLEY, MASSACHUSETTS [USA], by Douglas Richardson, residing at:
216 West Buffalo Street, # 3, Chandler, Arizona, [USA] 85224.]

Tenie, Emblina, married 22 Jan 1591, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Stephan Blewet

Tenisonne, Isabell, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1585 to 1594 -
09 Mar 1591, Tenisonne, Isabell, Preston in Holderness, widow,
6 Dec 1591, Vol. 25, Folio 810

Tenie, Robt, chr: 02 Feb 1592, St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Son of Johis Tenie and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Otes, married 03 Mar 1592, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Alce Bennet (See: married 03 Mar 1594)

Tennye, Henry
Tennye, Margaret
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England],
Vol. 22, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1585 to 1594 -
06 Oct 1592, Tennye, Margaret, widow of Henry Tennye,
Hemphoulme, (bur. Leaven), 31 Dec 1591, Vol. 25, Folio 1014

Tinney, Steven, from Calendar of State Papers - Domestic, [England],
Vol. XII, (Addenda A.D. 1580 to 1625), page 342,
dated 03 Nov 1592 -Sarum
"The bearer, Steven Tinney, reeve of Sherburne manor, Co. Dorset,
lent Nicholas Delabere, in May 1591, a nag . . ."

Tennyson, Marmaduke, from Catholic Record Society, [England],
Vol. 18, pages 54-55, Recusant Roll No I. Mich. 1592-1593 (Ebor')

Tenny, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 307,
Tenny, Thomas, Limber, A.D. 1593, #251
[Research Note:  See family listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical
Register, [USA], Whole Number 603, Vol. 151, (July 1997), pages 329-341.
entitled: THE TENNEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE [ENGLAND] AND
ROWLEY, MASSACHUSETTS [USA], by Douglas Richardson, residing at:
216 West Buffalo Street, # 3, Chandler, Arizona, [USA] 85224.]

Tene, Solomon, from The Sephardi Heritage, Vol. II,
The Western Sephardin, published 1989, by R. D. Barnett, mention is
made of the Jewish merchant, Solomon Tene, circa A.D. 1593 to 1599.

Tenny, Otes, married 03 Mar 1594, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Alice Bennet (See: married 03 Mar 1592)

Tinnys, Emme, married 27 Apr 1594, Heddington, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of Richard Burges

Tinnys, Robt., married 23 Nov 1594, Heddington, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of Agnes Barons

Tenison, Anne, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 24, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
Appendix
16 Aug 1595, Tenison, Anne, Preston, Holderness

Tenny, Alicia, chr: 01 Oct 1595, Great Limber, Lincoln, England;
Daughter of Edwardi Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynny, John, from Calendars of the Proceedings in Chancery in the
Reign of Queen Elizabeth, [England], Folio, Vol. III, page 321,
. . . (John Yetman and Julian his wife) . . . (A.D. 1596) . . . Plaintiffs
. . . to set aside a bond alleged to have been unduly obtained from the
plaintiff Julian, on behalf of her son John Tynny, respecting land
in the Parish of East Camell, alias Queen's Camell, demised by
Henry Mildmay esq . . . Somerset Co., England . . .

Tennye, Edward, chr: 23 Apr 1596, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Son of Thomas Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tennye, Sampson, chr: 01 Oct 1596, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of Willm. Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tynne, Elizabeth,from Catholic Record Society,
[England], Vol. 61, rec., 135 (Recusant Rolls 3 & 4 -- A.D. 1594-6)
Cambridgeshire
(Enrolment of estreated conviction for recusancy)
(9) A: Elizabeth Tynne, lately of Hinxton, Cambs., "spinster"
. . . For 12 months next following 1 Feb., 39 Eliz. (1596/7) . . .
Let a commission be issued.

Tennye, Catheren, chr: 21 Aug 1597, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Rychard Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tenye, Margrett, chr: 14 Jan 1598, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Tho Tenye and ---------- ----------

Tiney, see Tynney
Oxford Historical Society, [England], Vol. 14,
Indexes, in Index X 'Scholars', and General
Tynney (Tiney), Nathaniel, (1598, Ball.), ii. 224.
Registrum Universitatis Oxon. II. Matriculations.
(Hilary Term.) 1597/8, Jan 20 Ball. [Balliol Coll.]
Tynney (Tiney), Nathaniel; Warw., pleb. f., (aged 18 yrs) [of Co. Warwick]
[NOTE: pleb- plebeus, plebei (a commoner) . . .
This is the lowest grade in the social scale at matriculation.
The equivalent of 'plebeus' in
Elizabethan English is 'yeoman'.
f. or fil. - 'filius' (a son of a commoner)]

Tin/Tynne, from the Camden Society, [England], Publications,
Vol. 12, The Egerton Papers, pages 283-285, C. J. Popham's
Letter Regarding Tin, dated the ixth of August 1598,
                       "To the Q(ueen). Most excelent Matie"  [Elizabeth I]
. . . The cawse that hath hytherunto moved me to forbeare to
wryte touchyng the matter of Tynne, as your Matie gave me
in charge, hath ben for that I desyered fyrst to have spoken
with one whome I may trust, that came very latelye out of the
liberty, by whome I expected (if I cold have gotten hym) to have
ben better informed off the trewe valewe of Tynne in
those partes: for I well know that ordynarye merchantes are not
to be dealt with therin, who seke by all meanes to conceale the
great benefytt of their trades, whether it growe through the
Englishe or forrein comodytes; and I can not thynke that by
meanes of the generall companyes of Merchantes your Matie
shalbe able to advance suche benyfytt to your selff off the
Tynne as ys sett downe in the notes, but some other way must
be thought off to rayse that, or happely some greater commodyte,
which upon conferens hadd with the partie that gate the information
(who as yt seemeth hathe muche and to purpose labored in the cawse)
may be effected as I am perswaded.  Upon my conferens off late with
Mr. Myddelton, I fynd ther can not be so muche Tynne . . .
weight off Tynne . . .
At Wellington, the ixth of August, A.D. 1598

Tenny, John, married 26 Oct 1598, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Elizabeth Clemens

Teininge
teening
tenen
tyninge
Devon and Cornwall Record Society, N.S., [England],
Vol. 11, page 198, Devon Inventories of the 16th and 17th Cen . . . ,
Teininge, teening, tenen, tyninge: Made of tin.

Tini, Simon, Heir of and Besozzo, G. F., from Short-Title Catalogue
of Books Printed in Italy and of Italian Books Printed in
Other Countries from 1465 to 1600, Now in the British Museum,
published 1958, Index of Printers and Publishers, page 964,
Tini, Simon, Heir of and Besozzo, G. F., Milan, [Italy],
A.D. 1598-1600

Teiney, Margaret, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Lincoln Wills, (Vol. I.), A.D. 1320 to 1600, published 1902,
Vol. 28, page 306,
Teiney, Margaret, Limber, A.D. 1599, # 23
[Research Note:  See family listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical
Register, [USA], Whole Number 603, Vol. 151, (July 1997), pages 329-341.
entitled: THE TENNEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE [ENGLAND] AND
ROWLEY, MASSACHUSETTS [USA], by Douglas Richardson, residing at:
216 West Buffalo Street, # 3, Chandler, Arizona, [USA] 85224.]

Tynny, Agnes, chr: 9 Jan 1599, Hurley, Berkshire, England ,
Daughter of John Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Jane, chr: 07 Feb 1599, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tennye, William, chr: 20 Feb 1599, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall, England;
Son of Thomas Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tennye, John, chr: 08 May 1599, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of Willm. Tennye and ---------- ----------

Tinnie, Christopher, born about 1600, of St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Alice Williams

Tenny, Anne, chr: 07 Mar 1600, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Blanch, born 22 Mar 1600, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and ---------- ---------- (See: chr: 22 Mar 1601)

Teney, William, chr: 07 May 1600, St. Michael Penkivel, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Teney and ---------- ----------

Tenny, James, chr: 30 Sep 1600, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of Willm. Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Alice, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Administrations in the Consistory Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1540 to 1659,
published 1921, Vol. 52,
A.D. 1601, Tenny, Alice, Great Limber, Act Book v i, 133;
B I, 113 (Administration Bond, Inventory)
[Research Note:  See family listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical
Register, [USA], Whole Number 603, Vol. 151, (July 1997), pages 329-341.
entitled: THE TENNEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE [ENGLAND] AND
ROWLEY, MASSACHUSETTS [USA], by Douglas Richardson, residing at:
216 West Buffalo Street, # 3, Chandler, Arizona, [USA] 85224.]

Tenny, Blanch, chr: 22 Mar 1601, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and ---------- ---------- (See: born 22 Mar 1600)

Tynyey, Marie, chr: 10 May 1601, Saint Gregory By
Saint Paul, London, London, England;
Daughter of John Tynyey and ---------- ----------

Tynnye, Jone, married 2 Aug 1601, Evercreech, Somerset, England;
Spouse of John Hayse

Tinnie, Maria, born about 1602, of St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Diggorie Webber

Tinney, Sara, married __ ___ 1602, Henley On Thames, Oxford,
England; Spouse of Rafe Cutler

Tynne, from the Survey of Cornwall [England], by Richard Carew,
A.D. 1602, the mynerall of Cornish TYNNE:
-
     "But why seeke wee in corners for pettie commodities, when
as the onely mynerall of Cornish Tynne, openeth so large a field
to the Countries benefit? this is in working so pliant, for sight so
faire, and in use so necessarie, as thereby the Inhabitants gaine
wealth, the Marchants trafficke, and the whole Realme a reputation.
and with such plentie therof hath God stuffed the bowels of this
little Angle, that (as Astiges dreamed of his daughter) it ouerfloweth
England, watereth Christendome, and is deriued to a great part of
the world besides.  In trauailing abroad, in tarrying at home,
in eating and drinking, in doing ought of pleasure or necessitie,
Tynne, either in his owne shape, or transformed into other fashions,
is alwayes requisite, alwayes readie for our seruice: . . .
-
     The Cornish Tynners hold a strong imagination, that in the
withdrawing of Noahs floud to the Sea, the same took his course from
East to West, violently breaking vp, and forcibly carrying with it, the
earth, trees, and Rocks, which lay any thing loosely, neere the vpper
face of the ground. To confirme the likelihood of which supposed
truth, they doe many times digge vp whole and huge Timber trees,
which they conceiue at that deluge to haue beene ouerturned and
whelmed: but whether then, or sithence, probable it is, that some
such cause produced this effect.  Hence it commeth, that albeit the
Tynne lay couched at first in certaine slrakes amongst the Rockes,
like a tree, or the veines in a mans bodie, from the depth whereof the
maine Load spreadeth out his branches, vntill they approach the
open ayre: yet they haue now two kinds of Tynne workes, Stream,
and Load: for (say they) the foremencioned sloud, carried together
with the moued Rockes and earth, so much of the Load as was
inclosed therein, and at the asswaging, left the same scattered here
and there in the vallies and ryuers, where it passed; which being
sought and digged, it called Streamworke: vnder this title, they
comprise also the Moore workes, growing from the like occasion.
They maintaine these workes, to haue beene verie auncient, and
first wrought by the Jewes [Jews] with Pickaxes of Holme, Boxe,
and Harts horne: they prooue this by the name of those places yet
enduring, to wit, Attall Sarazin, in English, the Jewes offcast
[Jews offcast], and by those tooles daily found amongst the rubble
of such workes. . . .
-
     They discouer these workes, by certaine Tynnestones, lying
on the face of the ground, which they terme Shoad, as shed from
the maine Load, and made somwhat smooth and round, by the
waters washing & wearing. . . .
-
     The colour both of the Shoad and Load, resembleth his bed,
as the Sea sand doth the Cliffes, and is so diuersified to reddish,
blackish, duskie, and such other earthy colours. . . ."

Tenny, John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, John, Jacobstow,  A.D. 1602, Will

Tenny, Cristopher, chr: 01 Jan 1602, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Son of Tho Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Janyfer, chr: 20 Mar 1602, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Wm. Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenye, Anne, chr: 03 Apr 1602, St. Michael Penkivel, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenye and ---------- ----------

Tenneson, George, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 24, (FHC Film # 402,539),
Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1594 to 1602 -
07 Apr 1602, Tenneson, George, Uppaull (bur. Paul), husbn.,
13 Oct [43 Eliz.], Vol. 28, Folio 579

Tenny, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 24, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1594 to 1602 -
30 Sep 1602, Tenny, William, Fraistrop, 12 Dec 1600,
Vol. 28, Folio 754

Tenny, Ellis, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1603 to 1611-
09 Jan 1603, Tenny, Ellis, Wintringham, 15 Aug 1603,
Vol. 29, Folio 212

Tynny, Marye, chr: 06 Apr 1603, Hurley, Berkshire, England;
Daughter of John Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Frannces (sic), chr: 07 Aug 1603, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Thomas, chr: 11 Sep 1603, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Son of Andrewe Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenison, (Isabella-?), from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York
Registry, Appendix
09 Oct 1603, Tenison, (Isabella-?), Paule, Holderness

Tennyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York
Registry, A.D. 1603 to 1611-
12 Oct 1603, Tennyson, William, Lowe Paule als. Paulsfleete,
yeoman, 29 Apr [I James], Vol. 29, Folio 173

Tenyx, Abigall, chr: 26 Dec 1603, Saint Gluvias, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Roger Tenyx and ---------- ----------

Tynner, Robert, from A Cornish Parish: Being an Account of St. Austell,
Town, Church, District and People, published 1897, by Joseph Hammond,
LL.B., Vicar, page 244, mentions under "Our Tithes Book.":
Sometimes there is a confusion of tongues, even in the same sentence, e.g. --
Robert Tynner, servant, for half 3 pound . 6 . 8 anno 1603 et pro Anno 1604 -
priv. acq. for Anno 2s. rec.
Furthermore, on page 182, mention is made that surnames were being acquired.
In our Tythes Book, I read of "John the Tynner", elsewhere called "John Tynner".

Tenney, Rychard, chr: __ Feb 1604, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Son of Thomas Tenney and ---------- ----------

Tynny, Agnes, chr: 20 July 1604, Milton Clevedon,
Somerset, England;
Daughter of Robert Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tenye, Matheus, chr: 21 Sep 1604, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Son of Robti Tenye and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Martha, chr: 07 Oct 1604, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Andrew Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynny, Julian- , chr: 20 Dec 1604, Milton Clevedon, Somerset, England;
Daughter of John Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Joseph, from Guide to the Reports of the Royal Commission on
Historical Manuscripts Part II - Index of Persons, [England],
by the Historical Manuscripts Commission,
Publications from A.D. 1911 to 1957,
Tenny, Joseph, an adventurer, (A.D. 1605) - 9 Salisbury (Cecil) XVII.

Tinney/Tynney, James, chr: 11 Jan 1605, [Milton] Clevedon, [Somerset], England;
Son of Robert Tynney and his wife ---------- ----------;
Spouse of Katherine Hillard

Tynney, Robert, married 02 May 1605, Ditcheat, Somerset, England;
Spouse of Elizabeth Day

Tennye, Wm., from Transactions of the Historical Society of
Lancashire and Cheshire, [England], Vol. 90, page 153,
A History of the Plague in Lancashire, f. 8,
Infected in Deansgate . . .
Wyll:  Tennye . . . dated 09 Aug 1605,    -2

Tenny, Emmanuel, chr: 25 Dec 1605, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynney, Joan, chr: 01 Jan 1606, Ditcheat, Somerset, England;
Daughter of Robert Tynney and ---------- ----------

Tennye, Alice
Tennye, Wm.
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England],
Vol. 53, page 48, Yorkshire Stuart Fines
"John Gill, quer: Wm. Tennye and Alice his wife, def. Messuage
in Beverley" A.D. 1606 Easter Term, 4 Jas. I.

Tenny, Ottes, married 29 Nov 1606, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Katherine Pope

Tenny, John, chr: 07 Dec 1606, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of Will. Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Richard, chr: 07 Dec 1606, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of Will. Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynnie, Ann, chr: 24 Dec 1606, Newport, Shropshire, England
Daughter of Raphel Tynnie and his wife ---------- ----------

Tennie, Isabel
Tennie, Thomas
Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, [England],
Vol. 11, page 228, Paver's Marriage Lic.;
Edmund Wilson lic. in A.D. 1607 with Isabel Tennie,
daughter of Thomas Tennie of Sibthorpe at Kirkbarn

Tennyson, Isabell, from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539),
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1603 to 1611 -
23 Apr 1607, Tennyson, Isabell,
Lowe Paule als. Pagula, 19 Feb 1606,
Vol. 30, Folio 291

Tenson (Tinson), John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 43,
Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (Vol. V),
published 1912, A.D. 1605 to 1619, page 438,
A.D. 1607, Tenson (Tinson), John,
St. James, Clerkenwell, Middx     55 Huddlestone

Tynney, Susan, chr: 29 July 1607, Ditcheat, Somerset, England;
(died as a child);
Daughter of Robert Tynney and ---------- ----------

Tennie, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
Appendix
23 Oct 1607, Tennie, William, Fraistrop, infant, Dickering

Tinie, John, chr: 01 Jan 1608, Milton Clevedon, Somerset, England;
Son of John Tinie and ---------- ----------

Tinnye, John, chr: 25 May 1608, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tynny, Martha, chr: 19 June 1608, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tynny, Robert, from Records of Early English Drama, Somerset, [England],
Vol. 1, The Records, page 171, Milton Clevedon, A.D. 1608,
Ex Officio Act Book, SRO: D/D/Ca 156A, F 220v (09 August),
Proceedings of the morning session held in the consistory of Wells Cathedral before
Anthony Methwyn, MA, cleric, surrogate judge, in the presence of Edward Huishe,
notary public.
-
Officium domini contra Robertum Tynny
ffor keeping tipling in his howse on the sabbaoth day & minstrelsy and
dauncing all evening prayer time.                                                              [po:]
Quesitus fuit per Thomam Seevyer mandatarium etc. 6 instantis Augusti etc.
Quo die comparuit dictus Tynny quem dominus iuramento onerauit &c de   [dimissus gratis]
fideliter respondendo &c, ac monuit (blank)
. . .

Tynnye, Jane, chr: 29 Sep 1608, Hurley, Berkshire, England;
Daughter of John Tynnye and ---------- -----------

Tennison, Ralph, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
Appendix
03 May 1609, Tennison, Ralph, Riall, par. Skeckling, caveat, Harthill

Tenny, John, A. D. 1609, from Calendar of State Papers -
Domestic, [England], Vol. VIII, page 529, dated 14 July 1609,
. . . Lease to Luce Hobman, Edw. Salewood, Matt. Harman,
& John Tenny, of lands, & c. of the manor of Hempholme,
co. York. (Docquet)

Tynney, William, married 09 Oct 1609, East Pennard,
Somerset, England; Spouse of Joane Hawee

Tenison, Ralph, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
Appendix
06 Dec 1609, Tenison, Ralph, Ryhill, Holderness

Tenison, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1603 to 1611-
26 Apr 1610, Tenison, John, Thornegumbald, (bur. Paule), husbn.,
08 Mar 1609, Vol. 31, Folio 287

Tinny, Katherine, born 27 Oct 1610, St. Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of William Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Thomas, St. Just, A.D. 1611, Will

Tynney, Andrew, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 43,
Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (Vol. V),
published 1912, A.D. 1605 to 1619, page 454,
A.D. 1611, Tynney, Andrew, husbandman,
Sherbourn, Dorset       49 Wood

Tenney, Nich., from The Index Library, [England],
Wills and Administrations in the Court of the
Peculiar Jurisdiction of the Dean and
Chapter of Lincoln, Vol. 57, A.D. 1534 to 1834,
Tenney, Nich., (A.D. 1611), musician, Louth, Will     5/19

Tenison, John, Senr., from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 26, (FHC Film # 402,539),
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1603  to 1611-
29 Mar 1611, Tenison, John, Senr., Thornegombalde,
(bur. Paule), husbn., 10 Mar 1610, Vol. 31, Folio 555

Tenney, Agnes, chr: 01 May 1611, Rudston, Yorkshire, England;
Daughter of Willmi. Tenney and ---------- ----------

Tynney, Margery, married 22 July 1611, St. Mary Le Strand,
Westminster, London, England; Spouse of Gilbert Tincom

Tenys, Julian, married 23 Sep 1611, Saint Enoder, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of William Willms

Tenny, Margery, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Margery, widow, St. Just in R.,  A.D. 1612, Will

Teneye, Christian-, chr: __ ___ 1612, St. Michael Penkivel, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Teneye and ---------- ----------

Tennye, James, from Alumni Cantabrigienses, [University of Cambridge, England],
Part I, from the Earliest Times to A.D. 1751, Vol. IV, published 1927, page 215,
Tennye, James, Adm. pens. at Emmanuel, 06 June 1612

Tenny, Robert, married 11 June 1612, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Prudence Wolcocke

Tenny, Alice, chr: 12 July 1612, Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tenny and Anne ----------

Tynney, Alice
Tynney, Stephen
Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, [England],
Vol. 3, page 13,
28 Nov 1612, Adm of Dorset, Parish of Sherborne . . .
. . . Alice, relict of Stephen Tynney . . .

Tennie, Francis
Tennie, Jane
Tennie, Wm.
Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 53,
page 201, Yorkshire Stuart Fines, A.D. 1613 Easter Term, 11 Jas. I.
"Lancelot Hansley, quer: Francis Tennie and Jane his wife and
Wm. Tennie,    def.  Messuage, 3 cottages and lands in Brigham
and Fisholme."

Tenney/Tennie Family from England to America
Tennie, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 28, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1612 to 1619
09 July 1613, Tennie, John, Brigham, (bur. Foston), yeoman,
02 Feb 1609, Vol. 32, Folio 427
[See: LDS FHC Film # 099,498, Wills & Administrations at the District
Probate Registry, Yorkshire, [England], Bound Registered Copies of Wills,
Vol. 32, A.D. 1612-1613:  (partial record, with [     ] sections not included)
In the name of God Amen, the Second day of ffeburarie 1609    [     ]
John Tennie of Brigham in ye Countie of Yorke, yeoman, beinge sicke of body
but of good & perfect remembrance do make this my Last will and testament
in mannor and fforme ffollowinge
ffirst I g(ive) and bequeath my soule unto the handes of Allmightie God my maker
Sauiour and redeemer and my bodie to be buried in the parish Church yeard [     ]
ffoston
Item I g(ive) to the poore of Brigham foreuer to remain[e] ffortie shillinges to be [     ]
the parish to the most needefull poore of the Same  [     ] Beinge made for the Same
and the [     ] to be distributed at the discecion of my sonne ffranncis Tennie soe longe
as it pleaseth God that he shall liue And after his decease by John Tennie his sonne
Item I g(ive) to the poore of ffoston iijs iiijd to be distributed by the discrecon of
William [     ] Brigham
Item I g(ive) to the poore of [     ] and [     ] iijs iiijd to be distributed at the discrecon of
William [W     ] and John [     ]
Item I g(ive) to my sonne ffranncis Tennie and John Tennie his sonne two white
graie Mares one Yoake of my best Oxon a [        bodie ], a paire of [         wheeles] and
all the [     ] belonginge to the Same
Item I g(ive) to my sonne ffranncis Tennie a [                    hed]
Item The residue of all my goods my debts paid and ffunerall Expenses discharged I g(ive)
& bequeath unto ffranncis Tennie my son and John Tennie son of the said ffranncis
[     ] I make sole Executors of this my last Will and testament
Item my Will is that my sonne ffranncis Tennie shalbe Tutor and Gardian (u)nto
John Tennie his sonne duringe the time of his minoritie
Witnesses hereof John [     son]
William [Parke]
[Et nono die July Anno dm 1613]
. . . [     ] . . . de Dickeringe [     ] de [     ]
Johanne Tennie filio [     ] ffranncis [     ]
. . . [     ]
                      The xxviijth of December 1611 {mo}
-
[RESEARCH NOTE:  This said John Tenney[Tennie], yeoman,
{according to the Archive Record of Francis Tenney, from the LDS
(Mormon) Family History Library in SLC, Utah},
is the father of Francis Tenney,
born about 1564, at Brigham, Yorkshire, England; buried 10 Mar 1626;
the spouse of Jane ----------.
Francis Tenney and his wife Jane ----------,
according to the LDS FHC Archive Record,
were the parents of:
John Tenney, born about 1590, Brigham, Yorkshire, England,
died 10 Mar 1625;
Isabel Tenney, born 18 Mar 1594, Brigham, Yorkshire, England,
bur. 17 Oct 1609;
Francis Tenney, chr: 15 July 1598, Brigham, Yorkshire, England,
died 2 Nov 1626;
Jane Tenney, born about 1600, Frailthorp, Yorkshire, England,
bur. 23 Nov 1612;
(Dea) William Tenney, born about 1602, Frailthorp, Yorkshire, England,
married Kathrine ----------, died 5 Aug 1685;
Ann Tenney, born about 1604, Frailthorp, Yorkshire, England,
bur. 6 Mar 1623;
Isabel Tenney, born 21 Oct 1609, Frailthorp, Yorkshire, England;
Thomas Tenney, born about 1614, Frailthorp, Yorkshire, England,
listed as a child on this Archive Sheet, is shown connectively by record
sources as the same person as the father or husband
on the Archive Record for:
Thomas Tenney, Sr., born 1614, Rowley, Yorkshire, England,
died in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA, married 1st,
in England, to Ann Mighill
and married 2nd, 24 Feb 1658, to Elizabeth Northend.
(In the book published about The Tenney Family of Rowley,
Massachusetts, mention is made that: " In 1638 Ezekiel Rogers and
some twenty families of his parishioners came over to New England.
Their ship was the John of London . . .
Rev. Ezekiel Rogers was a man of learning, very devout,
possessed of much zeal, and felt keenly the religious persecution of
King Charles' order to the clergy to read in church the declaration of
sports, in which the king directed that no hindrance should be
thrown in the way of those who wished to dance or shoot at the
butts (a target) on Sunday afternoon.  Puritan Rogers, aggrieved at
this and other persecutions, gathered to him in the parish of Rowley
a company, Thomas Tenney and his wife, Ann, formed one family,
for the purpose of emigrating to America, and succeeded in leaving
England in the autumn of 1638.  They arrived at Salem, Mass., in
December 1638, where the company decided to remain during the
winter and seek a settlement.  In April, 1639, the company were
joined by forty families, making sixty families."
Ref.: FHC book # 929.273 T257t.)] The large Tenney family of
Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA, descends from this
early beginning in America.

Ttenny, Abra- (sic), chr: 20 Aug 1613, Kirmington, Lincoln, England;
Son of Mathue Ttenny and ---------- ----------

Temye, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 28, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1612 to 1619
06 Oct 1614, Temye, William, Would Newton, labourer, 18 July 1614,
Vol. 33, Folio 300

Tynney, Mary, married 22 Aug 1614, Saint Botolph Bishopsgate,
London, London, England; Spouse of Robert Partridge

Tenny, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Thomas, Menheniot,  A.D. 1615, Administration

Tenison, Edward, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 28, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1612 to 1619
06 Feb 1616, Tenison, Edward, Cammerton, par. Pagula, husbn.,
16 Mar 1615, Vol. 34, Folio 368

Tynney, Thomas
Tynninges, John
County of Middlesex, Calendar To The Sessions Records, [England], New Series,
Vol. III, A.D. 1615 -1616, published 1937;
Sessions Held on 05 and 06 Oct 1615, page 69, Kidders :---
. . . Thomas Tynney of Isleworth, . . .
Sessions Held on 29 Nov and 01 Dec 1615, page 109, Licensed tipplers :---
Humphrey Symons of Grub Street, victualler.  Sureties :--- John Tynninges . . .

Tennyson, Dorathy, from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 28,
Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
06 Feb 1616, Tennyson, Dorathy, Camerton, Holderness

Tenney, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 28, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1612 to 1619
20 Feb 1616, Tenney, John, Hempeholme, par. Leven, 23 Aug 1612,
Vol. 33, Folio 751

Tennye, Matthew, married 28 May 1616, Lanlivery Rural, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Maria -----------

Tenney, Bartholmew, chr: 25 Aug 1616, Wrawby, Lincoln, England;
Son of Mathewe Tenney and ---------- ----------

Tenyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 28,
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1612 to 1619
02 Oct 1616, Tenyson, William, Ryall, house wright, 19 Feb 1616,
Vol. 34, Folio 186

Tinney, Christian-, married 22 Oct 1616, Poundstock, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of William Baker

Tenny, Richard, from Alumni Cantabrigienses, [University of Cambridge, England],
Part I, from the Earliest Times to A.D. 1751, Vol. IV, published 1927, page 215,
Tenny, Richard, Matric. sizar from St. John's, Easter, A.D. 1617;
                          B.A. 1620-1.  Ord. deacon (York) May, 1624.

Tenney/Tenny, John, married 31 Jan 1617, Sheviock, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Luce/Lucy Teddy

Tinney, Jane, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 28, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1612 to 1619
08 May 1617, Tinney, Jane, Mapleton in Holderness, widow,
04 Mar 1616, Vol. 34, Folio 492

Tenny, Pascal, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 28, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
08 May 1617, Tenny, Pascal, Brigham, Dickering

Tinny/Tynny, Peter, born/chr: 19 July 1617, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Son of Peter Tinny/Tynny and ---------- ----------

Tintiney, Thomas, from Alumni Oxonienses, [University of Oxford, England],
A.D. 1500 - 1714, Vol. III, reprint 1968, page 1489,
Tintiney, Thomas, of Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 10 Oct 1617,
aged 18 [years]; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 07 July 1620.

Tenny, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England], Calendars of
Administrations in the Consistory Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1540 to 1659,
published 1921, Vol. 52,
A.D. 1619, Tenny, Thomas, yeoman,
B I, 219 (Administration Bond, Inventory)
[Research Note:  See family listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical
Register, [USA], Whole Number 603, Vol. 151, (July 1997), pages 329-341.
entitled: THE TENNEY FAMILY OF LINCOLNSHIRE [ENGLAND] AND
ROWLEY, MASSACHUSETTS [USA], by Douglas Richardson, residing at:
216 West Buffalo Street, # 3, Chandler, Arizona, [USA] 85224.]

Tenny, Richard, chr: 12 Jan 1619, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynny, John, married 14 Apr 1619, Saint Enoder, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Alyce Hoskyn

Tinnye, Maria, married 27 Apr 1619, Lenton, Nottingham, England;
Spouse of John Cooper

Tenney, Audrie, chr: 01 Nov 1619, Great Limber, Lincoln, England;
Daughter of Willm Tenney and ---------- ----------

Tinnyo, a place name, from The Visitation of the County of Cornwall
- 1620, [England], The Publications of the Harleian Society,
Dated: H[enry]. VI. 27 [A.D. 1448/1449] (at Fenton)
place name, Tinnyo, . . . all the lands lying in Davies wihin [within] the Mannor
of Fenton and also all his lands in Tinnyo

Tenny, Robert, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Robert, St. Kew*, A.D. 1620, Will [* document is lost]

Tenny, George, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, George, Merther, A.D. 1621, Will

Tyne, Thomas, from The Constables' Accounts of the Manor of Manchester . . .,
[England], published 1891, Vol. 1, from the Year 1612 to 1633, page 76,
Itm for a passe whippinge and bringeinge of Thomas Tyne of Elford in
Norththumberlannd (sic) to the Constablees of Cheetame the 27th of february 1620 [-1]
00 li  00 s  08 d

Tynney, Thomas, chr: 10 Mar 1621, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of John Tynney and ---------- ----------

Tynney, John, chr: 11 Nov 1621, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Son of Henrie Tynney and Hellen ----------

Tinny, William/Wm., born/chr: 17 Nov 1621, Bruton, Somerset,
England; Son of Peter Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tenney, Jane, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 32, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
06 Apr 1622, Tenney, Jane, Fraistrop, Dickering

Tinney, Maria, married 30 Apr 1622, Winkleigh, Devon, England;
Spouse of Johannus Bayley

Tenny, Matthew, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Matthew, St. Kew,  A.D. 1622-1623, Will

TinTiney, Thomas, curate of Stoke, from A History of the
County of Somerset, [England], Vol. 3, page 246,
. . . "was reported in A.D. 1623 for omitting prayers on the
Monday in Whitsun week and for incontinence
with his wife before marriage."  S.R.O., D/D/Ca 236

Tenney, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 32, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1620 to 1627,
07 Nov 1623, Tenney, Richard, Tibthropp, (bur. Kirkeburne),
husbn., 02 July 1623, Vol. 37, Folio 446

Tinny, Edward, born 14 March 1623, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Son of Peter Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tyntney, Iohn [John], from Records of Early English Drama, Somerset, [England],
Vol. 1, The Records, pages 220-221, A.D. 1623, Quarter Sessions Roll, SRO: Q/SR 42,
pt 1, f 102 (08 Apr) (Examination of John Gerrard, late of London, tailor) . . .
Beinge examined when he came from London, sayth vpon this day . . .
/{o}Iohn Pedle and Iohn Tnytney bound to gyve evidence/{o}

Tinnie, Maria, married 23 Oct 1623, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Diggorie Webber

Tenny, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, [England],
Vol. 16, page 20; that in page 357 of Paver's Marriage Lic.,
A.D. 1624 . . .
Richard Tenny, of Fraysthorpe, and Elizabeth Dowson,
of Barmston, at either place.

Tenny, Mary, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Mary, Merther, A.D. 1624, Will

Tenison, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 32, Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1620 to 1627,
24 Feb 1624, Tenison, John, Austweeke, 21 May 1624,
Vol. 38, Folio 367

Tenison, Family of, from Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilisation,
First Supplement 1965-1975, Compiled in the National Library of Ireland, Persons,
Belfast: Public Record Office: T. 2934:
Genealogical notes relating to the Tenison family, Thomastown and Dillonstown,
Co. Louth, with information about the allied families of Cole, Mosse and Moore,
early 17th century - c. 1890, (Photocopy).

Tinnie, Edward, chr: 14 Mar 1624, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Son of Peter Tinnie and ---------- ----------

Tynney, Edward, chr: 30 May 1624, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Son of Henrie Tynney and Hellen ----------

Tenny, Patience, chr: 12 Sep 1624, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and Elizabeth ----------

Tynney, Richard, from The Index Library, [England],
Vol. 44, Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court
of Canterbury, A.D. 1620 to 1629, Vol. VI, page 281,
A.D. 1625, Tynney, Richard, clerk,
Rotherfield Peppard, Oxford       59 Clarke

Tinnie, Christopher, married 28 Apr 1625, Saint Kew, Cornwall,
England; Spouse of Alice Williams

Tynney, Edmund, chr: 15 May 1625, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Son of John Tynney and Thamazine ----------

Tennye, Emanuel, married 03 July 1625, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Katharine Hicke (See entry dated 24 July 1626)

Tinnie, John, married 29 Sep 1625, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Spouse of Margerie Cowdrye

Tennison, Margareet, from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 32,
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1620 to 1627
26 Apr 1626, Tennison, Margareet, Headon, widow, 14 Aug 1625,
Vol. 39, Folio 394

Tenney, Francis, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 32, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
14 June 1626, Tenney, Francis, Northburton, Dickering

Tinney, Morgen, from Acts of the Privy Council of England,
A. D. 1626, June -- Dec., Great Britain Public Record Office,
Privy Council Registers, Kraus Reprint 1974, Vol. 41,
pages 26-27, dated 27 June 1626, commission,
A minute of letters to the Lords Lieutenantes of severall counties
under written for the re-entertaining of officers and sargeantes
brought out of the Low Countries by the Lorde Duke of Buckingham,
his Grace . . . imploying of those officers that came from beyond the
seas . . . to instruct, shew and exercise the officers and soldiers of
the trained bandes in this kingdome and finding that manie of them
who are now departing are neverthelesse willing to stay if they may
have the same condicions they formerly had . . . shall receive the same
entertainment from the countrie that he formerly enjoyed and be
treated and assisted in all things that are needfull for the furtherance
of this service as they were before and this to continue for some
convenient time . . .
. . .
Earl of Northampton . . . . . . Morgen Tinney}    County of Pembrok.
                                           Thomas Heaton}

Tennison, Elizabeth, from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 32,
Wills in the York Registry, Appendix
19 July 1626, Tennison, Elizabeth, Highe Paul, Holderness

Tennye, Emanuell, married 24 July 1626, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Katharine Hicke (See entry dated 03 July 1625)

Tinny, Eliza., born 24 Sep 1626, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Daughter of Peter Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tynney, Walter, chr: 26 Nov 1626, Saint Giles, Reading,
Berkshire, England; Son of John Tynney and ---------- ----------

Tynine, John, from The Topography of Medieval and
Early Modern Bristol, [England],
Part 1: Property Holdings in the early walled town and
marsh suburb north of the Avon, published 1997,
by the Bristol Record Society, page 21,
No. 9* (Back Street intersects)
In 1627 this was the tenement, part of the estate of Richard Snigge,
leased to John Tynine cooper and Thomas James cooper, . . .

Tenny, John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318;
Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, John, St. Kew, A.D. 1627, Will

Tenny, James, chr: 16 Mar 1627, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Tenny and Elizabeth ----------

Tynnye, Christopher, chr: __ Apr 1627, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England; (died as a child);
Son of Henry Tynnye and Ellin ----------

Tynne, Hugh, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 38, Wills, Etc., in the Dean and Chapter's Peculiar,
Yorkshire, A.D. 1321 to 1636
27 Apr 1627, Tynne, Hugh, Laneham, Notts, No date;
Vol. 5, Folio 264

Tennison, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology
Society Record Series, [England], Vol. 32,
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1620 to 1627
21 May 1627, Tennison, William,
Up Paull, labourer, 19 Nov 1626, Vol. 39, Folio 182

Tynny, William, married 04 June 1627, Saint Germans, Cornwall,
England; Spouse of Laura Dwaine

Temiesonn, Railph, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society
Record Series, [England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540),
Wills in the York Registry, A.D. 1627  to 1636 -
08 Oct 1627, Temiesonn, Railph,
of Kaingham, march, 27 Nov 1626, Vol. 40, Folio 53

Tennye, Joane, chr: 15 Dec 1627, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Emanuell Tennye and Katherine ----------

Tenney, Francis, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
28 Jan 1628, Tenney, Francis, Norburton, Dickering

Tenneson, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1627 to 1636 -
12 Mar 1628, Tenneson, John, Paullfleete, husbandman, 17 Feb 1628,
Vol. 40, Folio 369

Tennison, John, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
12 Mar 1628, Tennison, John, Pawle, Holderness

Tyne, Robert, from Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilisation,
edited by Richard J. Hayes, LL.D., published 1965, Vol. 4, Persons P-Z,
Tyne (Robert)
p. 3709: Grant by Robert Tyne to Thomas Merry als Holychane of two messuages
called Culberhay (near Callan ?), 17 June 1628.

Tinnie, Nicholas, chr: 26 Oct 1628, St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Son of ---------- ---------- and Jane Tinnie

Tynnye, William, chr: __ Nov 1628, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, England; Son of Henry Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tennye, Agas, born 17 Jan 1629, St. Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Emanuel Tennye and Katharine Hicke (See: chr: 17 Jan 1630)

Tenisonn, Lawrence, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1627 to 1636 -
02 Feb 1629, Tenisonn, Lawrence, Paull, husbandman, 30 May 1625,
Vol. 40, Folio 618

Tennison, Michael, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
02 Feb 1629, Tennison, Michael, Preston, Holderness

Tynnie, Isaac, chr: 14 Feb 1629, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England;
Son of John Tynnie and ------------------

Tennison, Ralph, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
23 May 1629, Tennison, Ralph, Kayingham, Holderness

Tinnie, (male child), chr: 16 Aug 1629, St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Son of  Xpophor Tinnie and Annae ----------

Tennison, Roger, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
06 Oct 1629, Tennison, Roger, Thornegumbald, Holderness

Tynnye, Mary, chr: __ Dec 1629, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tenny, Mathew, married 15 Jan 1630, Saint Teath, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Grace Avent

Tennie, Agas, chr: 17 Jan 1630, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Immanuel Tennie and ---------- ---------- (See: born 17 Jan 1629)

Tinney, James, married 21 Feb 1630, [Milton] Clevedon, Somerset,
England; Spouse of Katherine Hillard

Tynnye, Elizabeth, chr: __ July 1630, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Daughter of Henry Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tenny, William, chr: 17 Sep 1630, Menheniot, Cornwall, England;
Son of ---------- ---------- and Margaret Tenny

Tennie, Blanch, married 25 Nov 1630, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of John Stephens

Tinny, Marie, born/chr: 22 Dec 1630, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Daughter of Pe(e)ter Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Philip, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Philip, St. Kew,  A.D. 1630-1631, Will

Tenny, John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 46-47,
published 1968, Devonshire Wills and Administrations, page 211;
Tenny, John, A.D. 1631, Southpetherwyn, Will

Tinny, Jane, married 05 Feb 1631, Hurley, Berkshire, England;
Spouse of Mathew Groue

Tinny, Thomas, chr: 17 Apr 1631, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; (died as a child);
Son of William Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, John, chr: 24 July 1631, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Son of John Tenny and Elizabeth ----------

Tenny, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 93, Wills & c., in the Archbishop's Registers at York,
A.D. 1316 to 1822
21 Feb 1632, Tenny, Richard, Driffield, Adm: C.W. 26; Vol. 32, Folio 26

Tynny, William, chr: 17 Mar 1632, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Son of William Tynny and Mary ----------

Tynny/Tynnye, Peter, chr: 01 July 1632, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Son of Henry Tynny/Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tennie, Richard, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 73, Index to Consistory Court of York, Orig. Doc.,
A.D. 1427 to 1658
Tennie, Richard, par. Great Driffeild, laborer.  Inv., 16 July 1632;
Adm. Bond, 21 Jan 1632. V.

Tennie, Richard, chr: 09 Sep 1632, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Emanuel Tennie and ---------- ----------

Tinney, John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 8, Kraus Reprint,
published 1968, Index to Wills Proved and Administrations Granted in the
Court of the Archdeacon of Berks [Berkshire], A.D. 1508 to 1652,
page 175,
Tinney, John, A.D. 1633, Hurley

Tenny, Marke, chr: 26 Jan 1633, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Son of John Tenny and Elizabeth ----------

Tynny or Tynnye, Joane, chr: __ Mar 1633, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England; (died as a child);
Daughter of Henry Tynny or Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tynnie, John, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 35,
published 1908, Calendars of Wills and Administrations relating to
the counties of Devon and Cornwall . . . A.D. 1559 -1799 and of
Devon only . . . A.D. 1540-1799, page 186,
Tynnie, John, A.D. 1634, Lifton, Administration, Will

Tenney, Isabell
Tenney, William
The Visitation of London, The Publications of the Harleian Society,
[England], (Vol. II.) - A.D. 1633, 1634 & 1635; Vol. 17, page 228,
Pedigree of Sauile (Savile):
Samuell Sauile of London, Tallowchander, liueing A.D. 1634,
(the son of Michael Sauile & Dorothy his wife, the daughter of
Edmond Edmonson), was married to Isabell, daughter of
William Tenney of Kirkby in Com. Ebor.

Tynny, Richard, chr: 18 Jan 1634, Saint Germans, Cornwall, England;
Son of William Tynny and Laura ----------

Tinnye, Marie, chr: 21 May 1634, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Daughter of John Tinnye and ---------- ----------

Tynnye, Joane, chr: 10 May 1635, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Daughter of Henry Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tinny, Peter, chr: 14 June 1635, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Son of William Tinny and Mary ----------

Tennie, Marie, chr: 19 July 1635, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Emanuel Tennie and Katherine ----------

Tenny, Joan, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Joan, Probus,  A.D. 1636, Will

Tinney, Mary, chr: 14 Apr 1636, Milton Clevedon, Somerset, England;
Daughter of James Tinney and Catherine ----------

Tinnah, Elizabeth, married 25 Apr 1636, Wellington Parish Church,
Wellington, Shropshire, England; Spouse of Hugh York

Tynnye, Joseph, chr: __ ___ 1637, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Son of Henry Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Tinny, Thomas, chr: 14 Jan 1637, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Son of William Tinny and Mary ----------

Tennison, Ellen, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England],    Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
03 Aug 1637, Tennison, Ellen, Kenningham, fol. 197, Holderness

Tennie, Robert, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 4, Wills in the York Registry; Proved Year 1638-1639;
Owthorne, Bundle for April; date of Will: 03 Dec 1637

Tiny, Jane, from "London Citizens" Index, [England],
(LDS FHC film # 094,529),
A.D. 1638 - Tiny, Jane             Wm. Hawks      481

Tenny, Thomas, from Able Men of Suffolk, [England], A.D. 1638,
. . . A List of the names of all able men from [age] 16 [years] to three
score years [3 x 20 = 60] of age within the hundred of Loes . . .
Jan 1638
(Easton)
Tenny, Thomas, 27
. . .

Tenney, Thomas, A.D.. 1638, from Rowley, Yorkshire [England]
to America
[See: The Tenney Family, from which descends former LDS
(Mormon) Church President Spencer W. Kimball, deceased.
Also, See: A Noble Son: Spencer W. Kimball, page 90, Pedigree Chart
compiled by the Institute of Family Research, Inc.]
John Tenney (son of Thomas Tenney), was born 14 Dec 1640,
at Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.
[Dea. John Tenney in 1682 was one of the eighteen who formed the first
Cong. church under Rev. Zacharia Symmes in Bradford, Mass.];
died 13 Apr 1722;
John Tenney married 26 Feb 1663/4 to Mercy Parrat;
they were the parents of:
Sarah Tenney, born 17 Oct 1665, at Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, USA;
she died 12 Apr 1739 at Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; she married
23 July 1684 to Philip Atwood, at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, USA;
they were the parents of:
Sarah Atwood, born 13 Apr 1689, at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts,
USA; she married 13 Feb 1709 to James Head, at Bradford, Essex,
Massachusetts, USA;
they were the parents of:
Elizabeth Head, born 24 Jan 1712, at Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts,
USA; she married 20 June 1732 to Jeremiah Kimball;
they were the parents of:
James Kimball, ancestor of:
President Spencer W. Kimball.

Tennie, John, chr: 28 Jan 1638, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Emanuel Tennie and Katherin ----------

Tyney, Jane, married 26 Aug 1638, Hackney, London, England;
Spouse of William Hawkes

Tynny, Willm., chr: __ ___ 1639, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England;
Son of Henry Tynny and Elizabeth ----------

Tynny, William, married 28 Jan 1639, Saint Germans, Cornwall,
England; Spouse of Temperance Bray

Tennyson, Marmaduke, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 4, Wills in the York Registry;
Proved Year 1640-1641;
Boorehouse Hill, Bundle for July; dated (about) 16 Mar 1639

Tymne, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
07 May 1639, Tymne, William, Rotheram, fol. 650, Doncaster

Tynnye, Peter, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 46-47,
published 1968, Devonshire Wills and Administrations, page 211;
Tynnye, Peter, A.D. 1640, South Petherwyn, Will

Tenny, John
Tenny, Matthew
The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, John, St. Kew,  A.D. 1640, Administration
Tenny, Matthew, St. Kew,  A.D. 1640, Administration

Tynny, William, chr: 31 Jan 1640, Saint Germans, Cornwall, England;
Son of William Tynny and Temperance ----------

Tinny, Mary, chr: 19 July 1640, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of William Tinny and Mary ----------

Tennie, Elizabeth, chr: 13 Sep 1640, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Imanuel Tennie and Katherine ----------

Tynney, Eliz., married 23 Nov 1640, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Spouse of Henrie Morris

The Cornwall Protestation Returns - A.D. 1641 [England],
edited and published by T.L. Stoate, (1974):

I, . . . (insert one of the names below) . . ., do in the presence of
Almighty God, promise, vow and protest to maintain and defend, as far
as lawfully I may, with my Life, Power and Estate the true Reformed
Protestant Religion, expressed in the Doctrine of the Church of England,
against all Popery and Popish Innovations within this Realm, contrary to
the same Doctrine, and according to the Duty of my Allegiance, His
Majesty's Royal Person, Honour and Estate, as also the Power and
Privileges of Parliaments, the lawful Rights and Liberties of the Subjects,
and every person that maketh this Protestation, in whatsoever he shall do
in the lawful Pursuance of the same; and to my power, and as far as
lawfully I may, I will oppose and by all good Ways and Means endeavour
to bring to condign Punishment all such as shall, either by Force, Practice,
Counsels, Plots, Conspiracies, or otherwise, do any Thing to the contrary
of any Thing in this present Protestation contained; and further, that I shall
in all just and honourable Ways, endeavour to preserve the Union and
Peace betwixt the three Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland: and
neither for Hope, Fear, nor any other Respect, shall relinquish this
Promise, Vow and Protestation.
TENNEY,
page   93 - John & Richard Tennye
              - St. Columb Major Parish, Hundred of Pyder
        123 - Peter Tenney
              - Merther Parish
              - Nicholas Tinoe(?)
              - Merther Parish
        187 - Mat. Tenny
              - St. Kew Parish
        188 - Christo Tenny
              - St. Kew Parish
        192 - John & Ralfe Tennye
              - St. Minver Parish
        193 - Emanuel Tenny
              - St. Minver Parish
TINIE,
page   59 - Nicholas Linie(?)[or, Tinie]
              - St. Buryan Parish
TINNEY (TYNNY),
page 127 - George Tynny
              - Probus Parish
        140 - William Tynny
              - St. Just in Roseland Parish
        227 - Andrew Tinney
              - Linkinhorne Parish
        244 - William Tynny
              - St. Germans Borough
        254 - Stacie Tinny, John Tynny
              - Sheviock Parish
TYNE,
page 195 - James Tyne
              - St. Tudy Parish
[Note: The Cornwall returns comprise a list of all male parishioners of the
age of 18 and over except that in the case of St. Mabyn and St. Tudy,
women are given as well.  The return for Cornwall has only four (4) parishes
definitely missing, namely: Jacobstow, St. Austell, Truro and St. Neot.]

Tine, Nicholas, from Calendar of State Papers- Domestic, [England],
A.D. 1625 to 1640/41, Vol. XVII, page 418,
Tine, Nicholas - examination of, dated 13 Jan 1640/41,
"Examination of Edmund Chillendon, Nicholas Tine, John Webb, and
at least 60 people more of St. Saviour's parish, Southwark,"
(for meeting to teach and edify one another in Christ contrary to
the law of 35 Eliz.)

Tynny, Peter, from Abstracts of Probate Acts in the Prerogative Court of
Canterbury, [England], Vol. 3, A.D. 1640 to 1644,
A.D. 1641, Tynny, Peter, of Lawanicke (Lewannick), Cornwall,
Will (14 Evelyn) pr. 01 Feb 1640/1, by English Walter;
her husband [is] William Walter, Decd.

Tinny, Elizabeth, married 29 May 1641, East Newlyn, Cornwall,
England; Spouse of John Langdon

Tinny, Richard, chr: 25 Aug 1641, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England; (died as a child);
Son of Henrie Tinny and Elizabethe ----------

Tenny, Maria, married 23 Jan 1642, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Thomas Carne

Tenny(e), Arthur, born/chr: 03 July 1642, Sheviock(e), Cornwall, England;
Son of Thomas Tenny(e) and Eme/Emma ----------

Tenny, Rose, chr: 20 Sep 1642, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and Elizabeth ----------

Tennie, Katherin, chr: 04 Apr 1643, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Emanuel Tennie and Katherine ----------

Tinie/Tinnie, Clemente, chr: __ Aug 1643, St. Botolph Without Aldgate,
London, London, England; (died as a child);
Son of  Henrie Tinie/Tinnie and Elizabethe ----------

Tinnley, Richard, from The Index Library, [England],
Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the Arch Deaconry Court of
Lewes in the Bishopric of Chichester . . . whole of the Eastern Division
of the County of Sussex and part of Edburton in West Sussex,
published 1901, Vol. 24, page 422, Unregistered Wills, U-1,
Tinnley, Richard, gentleman, Southwick,
17 June 1644, 05 July 1644 - 234

Tinny, William, married 04 July 1644, Mere, Wiltshire, England;
Spouse of Dorothy Kendall

Tynny, Joane, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 46-47,
published 1968, Devonshire Wills and Administrations, page 211;
Tynny, Joane, A.D. 1646, Southpetherwyn, Administration

Tinney, Mary, chr: 16 Aug 1646, St. Bartholomew The Great,
London, London, England;
Daughter of Edward Tinney and Ann ----------

Tinnie, Elizabeth (----------)
Tinnie, Peter
Abstracts of Probate Acts in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
[England], Vol. 4, A.D. 1645 to 1649,
A.D. 1647, Tinnie, Peter, of p. Brewton (Bruton), Somerset.
Will (255 - Fines) pr. Dec. 6 by relict Elizabeth

Tinnie, Joane, married 14 Feb 1647, Sheviock, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Robert Werrin

Tenney/Tenny, Johes/John, married 21 Dec 1647, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Elizabeth(a) Clarke

Tenny, Radolphus, chr: 16 July 1648, Lanlivery Rural, Cornwall, England;
Son of Ralph Tenny and Maria ----------

Tenney[Tinney/Tynney]
The Early Settlers of Maryland [USA], An Index to Names of
Immigrants Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the
Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland, by Gust Skordas, published 1968,
Tenney, Mary, Transported 1649;
Wife of Thomas [Tynney/Tinney.]
Tenney, Sarah, Transported 1649,
and married Robt. Davadge of Anne Arundel Co., 1669;
Daughter of Thomas [Tynney/Tinney.]
Tenney, Thomas, Immigrated 1649.

Tinnie, Margaret, married 03 Sep 1649, Evercreech, Somerset,
England; Spouse of Thomas Sims or Davis

Tenny, Hugh, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England],    Vol. 35, (FHC Film # 402,540), Appendix- Administrations,
A.D. 1627 to 1652
30 Aug 1649, Tenny, Hugh, Hugget, fol. 38, Harthill

Tenny, Mr., from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 129, page 45, Garton On The Wolds St. Michael
Vicars - Mr. Tenny occ. as preaching minister - A.D. 1650

Tinney, Martha, married 28 Nov 1650, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England;
Spouse of Lawr Cashe

Tinney, Mary, married 3 Dec 1650, Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey,
England; Spouse of Richard Hodgskins

Tine, Samuel, from The Index Library, [England], Index to
Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
Vol. I, A.D. 1649 to 1654, published 1944, Vol. 68,
Tine, Samuel, Whitechappell, Mdx., A.D. 1651, Folio 34

Tenney, Mawde, married 24 July 1651, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Robert Skynner

Tentenhawita, from The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, [CANADA],
Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France, A.D. 1610-1791,
Vol. XXXVI [36], Lower Canada, Abenakis: A.D. 1650-1651, published 1959,
page 149, Journal of the Jesuit Fathers, in the year A.D. 1651, December 8.;
"A canoe arrives from 3 Rivers, by which we learn of the capture by the Iroquois,
at Montreal, of a Huron named  Tentenhawita; which occurred on the 15th
of November."  Tinnellus, in old Scotch law [SCOTLAND], was the sea mark,
the high water mark, or the tide mouth.  A map of eastern Canadian Arctic and
Baffin Island, north of the Hudson Bay, is shown on page 34 of Inuit, Whalers,
and Cultural Persistence, which reviews the structure in Cumberland Sound and
central Inuit social organization, by Marc G. Stevenson, published in 1997.  He
reveals on page 33, under the environment concerning Tides, Rock, Ice, and
Climate, that Cumberland Sound was called in A.D. 1840, by local Inuit as:
'Tenudiakbeek'. Tiniqdjuarbing, i.e., 'the place of great tides', is the most correct
interpretation of the the name of the Sound.  Tinu is the root word for tides, which
are extreme, [tidal ranges of c. 7.5 to 8 m are common in some areas].
It corresponds to the definition of Tinnellus:
sea mark, high water mark, or the tide mouth, in Scotland.

In the book of Jeremiah 16: 14-15, mention is made that:
Therefore, behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that it shall no more be said,
The Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt;
But, The Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the
north [of Jerusalem], and from all the lands whither He had driven them: and I will
bring them again into their land that I gave unto their fathers.  This promise is further
expanded in the Mormon scripture, Doctrine and Covenants 133: 26, in which it is
stated: And they who are in the north [of Jerusalem, Israel, the historical geographic
center of Jehovah worship] countries shall come in remembrance before the Lord;
and their prophets [of the Ten Tribes from the land of the north, by the Keys of
Moses], shall hear His voice, and shall no longer stay themselves; and they shall
smite the rocks, and the ice [called Tin-tin in the East Siberian Chukchee Tribe],
shall flow down at their presence.

Alaska and Its Resources, [USA], published at Boston, Massachusetts, USA, in
1870, by William H. Dall, Director of the scientific corps of the late Western Union
Telegraph expedition, discusses Aboriginal Inhabitants, on page 428:
The Tinneh Stock --This great family includes a large number of North American
tribes, extending, from near the mouth of the Mackenzie, south to the borders of
Mexico.  The Apaches and Comanches belong to it, and the family seem to intersect
the continent of North America in a north and south direction, principally along the
flanks of the Rocky Mountains.  The tribes of this stock in the north extend
westward nearly to the delta of the Yukon, and reach the coast at Cook's Inlet and
the mouth of the Copper River.  Eastward they extend quite or nearly to the
mountains which divide the watershed of Hudson Bay from that of the Mackenzie
and Athabasca. . . . their own national designation is Tinneh, meaning "people" in
the collective sense.  The three divisions or natural groups are:
the eastern Tinneh, who form their tribal name by the addition of tena;
the Kutchin tribes, using the word Kutchin, which has the same meaning as Tinneh;
lastly, the western Tinneh, having their tribal designation by the addition of the
word tana.   The Tenu Indians are mentioned in The Handbook of Texas, [USA],
Vol. III, A Supplement, published 1976, page 962.  The Tenu (Tena, Tina) Indians
are known only from records of San Antonio de Valero Mission at San Antonio, Texas.
They entered this mission about A.D. 1740.  Mention is also made of the tribe of the
Tinapihuaya that originally lived on the coast between the Nueces and San Antonio
rivers.

Comparative Vocabularies, along with many other variations, listed in the Appendix,
Alaska and Its Resources, shows in the East Siberian Tribes,
The English word for:
Ice, in Chukchee, is Tin-tin, page 553;
Teeth, is Retinta, page 552; also, in the Tinneh Tribes:
What say?, is Tohtenni?, page 575;
Say, or he says, is M'tenni, page 573;
Other, is K'tenni, page 572;
Husband, is Tena, page 570;
Chin, is Teniyaduh, page 567;
Another, is K'tenni, page 566; also, in the western Esquimaux dialects:
Duck, is Tinmik, page 557; also, in the Indian stock:
the number Four, is Tinnki, page 550; also, among the Aleutian [Unalaskan] Orarian:
I, is Tinn, page 548;
You, is Thinn, page 548
This is similar to the variations of the Tinney surname found in A Dictionary of
the Maori Language, where Tenei means this, near, or connected with the
speaker [similar to the meaning given for the Cornish word Thynny: we, us];
and Tini means very many, a host or myriad [endless, an attribute of God].

Tinney/Tynney, Thomas
Archives of Maryland, [USA], Judicial and Testamentary
Business of the Provincial Court, A.D. 1649/50---1657, Vol. 10,
published 1891, pp. 138, 156.
21 ffebruarij, An Administration is this day granted to Mr. Leonard Strong
of the goods Chattells and debts of Thomas Tynney late of Providence in
the County of Annarundel & Province of Maryland deceased upon his Oath
to be taken . . .
Thomas Tinney deceased his Estate Sold at an outcry amounts to the Sume
of Seven thousand eight hundred ffifty and nine pounds of Tobacco.
Wittness my hand this 21th of June 1652 by me Leo. Strong
Admr to the Sd Estate

Tenny, William, chr: 13 Sep 1652, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Emanuel Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenney, Bettris (----------)
Tenney, William
Tynny, Edward
Tynny, John
Abstracts of Probate Acts in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
[England], Vol. 6, A.D. 1652 to 1653; [See Also, The Index Library,
[England], Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
Vol. 54, A.D. 1653 to 1656, published 1925]
A.D. 1653, Tenney, William, [tailor] of Louth [Lowth], Lincs.
14 Apr 1653  Will    (309 Brent), pr. Sep 15, by relict Bettris
A.D. 1653, Tynny (Tynnye), Edward, [yeo.] of Brewham, Somerset,
7 Jan 1648/49  Will  (194 Brent), pr. June 28, by son John

Tenine (?Teuine), Joan
Tinney (Tynney), Robert
Tinney (Tynney) [Tynnie], Robert, Sen.
Abstracts of Probate Acts in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
[England], Vol. 7, A.D. 1654, [See Also, The Index Library, [England],
Index of  Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
A.D. 1653 to 1656, Vol. 54, published 1925]
A.D. 1654, Tinney (Tynney), Robert, [Sen.], [yeo.],
of Alhampton [Allampton], p. Ditcheat [Ditcheatt], Som.,
03 Oct 1653, Will (416 Alchin), pr. Dec 8, by son Robert
INDEX OF STRAY NAMES:
Gard, Alice, widow, 24 Feb 1646/47, (Legacy to p. Probus, Cornwall)
Will (486 Alchin), pr. Aug 26 by cousin Joan Tenine (?Teuine)

Tinny, John, married 10 Apr 1654, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Spouse of Judith Walker

Tenny, Anne, born/chr: 01 July 1654, Thirsk, Yorkshire, England;
Daughter of Christopher Tenny and Anne Scayles

Tinny, Doroth-, chr: 15 Oct 1654, Saint Giles Cripplegate, London,
London, England; Daughter of Robert Tinny and Sara ----------

Tynny, John, married 22 Oct 1654, Saint Columb Major,
Cornwall, England; Spouse of Mary Olver

Tennie, Emmanuel
Tennie, Iohn
Tennie, John
Tennye Surname
Parochial and Family History of the Deanery of Trigg Minor, in the County of Cornwall.,
[England], by Sir John MacLean, F.S.A., published A.D. 1879, Vol. III, Parish of St. Minver,
In the Churchyard, Monumental Inscriptions, page 30,
(15) Around a stone which once covered an Altar Tomb, but now is set up as a head stone
and the back inscribed to certain persons of the name Dingle: --
"Here lieth Iohn the sonne of Emmanuel Tinnie of Treglinna, Yeoman, who was buried
the 25th day of October in the year of our lord 1654."
(16) Circumscribing a similar stone, likewise set up as a head stone:--
"Here lieth the body of John Tennie of Treglinna, Yeoman, who was buried the
29th day of Oct. in the yeare of our Lord 1654."
As noted on page 33, Some of the earliest names in the Parish registers of St. Minver
included: *Tennye.
[* ] Those marked thus are still extant in St. Minver and adjoining parishes [as of A.D. 1879].

Tenney, (Teney), William
The Index Library, [England], Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative
Court of Canterbury, A.D. 1653 to 1656, Vol. 54, published 1925]
A.D. 1655, Tenney, (Teney), William, Westbrey (sic. Westbury),
Soms.      Folio 128

Tenny, Maria, chr: 17 Apr 1655, St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Johanis Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tennissen/Teunissen, Martin, from Calendar of State Papers
- Domestic, [England], A.D. 1649 to 1660, Vol. VIII, page 586,
Tennissen/Teunissen, Martin, pass for, dated 16 May 1655,
to Holland on desire of the Dutch ambassador

Tenneye, Richard, married 19 July 1655, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Grace Marshayle

Tynny, Michael, born 20 July 1655, St. Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of John Tynny and Mary Olver

Tennie/Tinnie, Joan/Johan, married 10 Sep 1655, St. Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of George Thomas, (Jr.)

Tinney, Ralph, from The Index Library, [England], Index to Acts of
Administration in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (Vol. II),
R-Z, A.D. 1655-1660, Vol. 75, published 1953,
Tinney, Ralph, Lanlivery, Cornwall, A.D. 1656, Folio 117

Tinnie, Elizabeth, married 14 Apr 1656, Evercreech, Somerset,
England; Spouse of William Haies

Tinney, Margaret, born 10 Nov 1656, Sheriocke, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Stephen Tinney and Joane ----------
(See: Margaret chr: 23 Nov 1656)

Tynney, Marie, married 16 Nov 1656, Saint Giles, Reading,
Berkshire, England; Spouse of Willyam Andross

Tinny, Margaret, chr: 23 Nov 1656, Sheviock, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Stephen Tinny and Joan ----------
(See: Margaret born 10 Nov 1656)

Tynney, John, from The Index Library, [England], Index to Acts of
Administration in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (Vol. II),
R-Z, A.D. 1655-1660, Vol. 75, published 1953,
Tynney, John, bach., seaman, ship "Hunter" at sea (by order of Court),
A.D. 1657, Folio 61

Tinney, James, chr: 14 Feb 1657, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Son of John Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tenny/Tynny, Henry, born 26 June 1657, St. Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of John Tenny/Tynny and Mary Olver

Tinney, Arthur, born 05 July 1657, Lifton, Devon, England;
Son of Arthur Tinney and Anne ----------

Tinney, John, born 29 Jan 1658, Lifton, Devon, England;
Son of Arthur Tinney and Anne ----------

Tinny, Mary, married 04 Apr 1658, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Spouse of Simon Longman

Tinny, Elizabeth, born 18 Sep 1658, Saint Just in Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of William Tinny and Alice ----------

Tinny, Mary, chr: 07 Dec 1658, Kelshall, Hertford, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tinny and Jaene ----------

Tynney, William, from The Index Library, [England], Index of Wills
Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (Vol. VIII),
A.D. 1657-1660, Vol. 61, Kraus Reprint published 1977,
Tynney, William, St. Manuels, St. Just, Cornwall, A.D. 1659, Folio 313

Tenney, from The Index Library, [England], Index of Chancery
Proceedings (Reynardson's Division), (Vol. II. L to Z),
A.D. 1649-1714, published 1904, Vol. 32, page 170,
Tenney . . . Hearne   . . . A.D. 1659, Bundle 237, No. 278

Tyne, Henry, from Census of Ireland  A.D. 1659,
Index of Persons, page 623,
Tyne, Henry, Esq., for the County of Cork

Tinny, Jane, married 26 Apr 1659, Winthorpe, Lincoln, England;
Spouse of Samuell Watts

Tinny, Mary, chr: 28 Sep 1659, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of William Tinny and Alice ----------

Tinney, Robert, from Exchequer Depositions, [England],
Indexes of George Frederick Tudor Sherwood, Vol. II,
part I - 40th Rep., A.D. 1648/9 to 1688, #39, page 78,
Somerset  A.D. 1659.  C. 22 June I. D. 28 Sep., at Brewton.  Term:
Mich. #23 Plaintiffs - Francis Coventry  Defendant: Robert Tinney.
Subject matter:
Manor of Ditcheat alias Dichesiate (Somerset).  Customs of Manor . . .

Tynny, Jane, born 14 Oct 1659, St. Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of John Tynny and Mary Olver

Tynney, Andrew, sen., from The Index Library, [England],
Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
(Vol. VIII),  A.D. 1657-1660, Vol. 61, Kraus Reprint published 1977,
Tynney, Andrew, Sen., yeo., Sherboone (Sherborne), Dorset,
A.D. 1660, Folio 196

Tenny, May, from Cornwall Hearth and Poll Taxes, 1660 -1664,
[England], Direct Taxation in Cornwall in the Reign of Charles II,
published 1981, page 236;  Cornwall Poll Tax, Lanlivery Parish,
May Tenny and John Helliar, 15 pounds  6.

Tenny, Martha, chr: 08 May 1660, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Daughter of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Tenny, Peternell, married 03 June 1660, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Christopher Wilcock

Tinney, Marie, chr: 05 Sep 1660, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Daughter of John Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tinny, Jane, chr: 27 Dec 1660, Kelshall, Hertford, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tinny and Elizabeth ----------

Tenny, Nicholas, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 318; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tenny, Nicholas, Merther,  A.D. 1660-1661, Will

Tennyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 49, (FHC Film # 547,175), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1660 to 1665 -
10 Apr 1661, Tennyson, William, North Parke,
par. Skekelinge in Holderness, yeoman, 27 Oct 1657, Vol. 43, Folio 524

Tinny, Sarah, chr: 29 May 1661, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; (died as a child);
Daughter of William Tinny and Alice ----------

Tenny, Agas, married 22 July 1661, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Thomas Pawly

Tenney, Beatrice, from The Index Library, [England], Wills and
Administrations in the Court of the Peculiar Jurisdiction of the Dean and
Chapter of Lincoln, Vol. 57, A.D. 1534 to 1834,
Tenney, Beatrice, (A.D. 1661-3), wid., Louth, Will     10/157

Tenny, Jacob, chr: 01 Apr 1662, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Tinny, Jane, chr: 09 Sep 1662, Saint Gerrans, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Willm Tinny and ---------- ----------

Tinney, Aveline, chr: 28 Sep 1662, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Daughter of John Tinney and Judith ----------

Tynny, Grace, chr: 10 Nov 1662, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of John Tynny  and Mary ----------

Tynny, Grace, born 10 Nov 1662, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Daughter of John Tynny and Mary Olver

Tenny, Thomas, chr: 03 Dec 1662, St. Kew, Cornwall, England;
Son of Johanis Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tinnye, Thomas, chr: 7 Dec 1662, Kelshall, Hertford, England;
Son of Thomas Tinnye and Jane ----------

Tenny, Tristram, chr: 15 Dec 1662, Padstow, Cornwall, England;
Son of George Tenny and Marie ----------

Tenney, Amb.
Tinney, And.
Tinney, Mgn.
Dorset Hearth Tax Assessments, A.D. 1662-1664, [England],
Tenney, Amb., page 58
Tinney, And., page 44
Tinney, Mgn., pages 43, 44

Tenny, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 73, The Court of the Dean of York - Act Book Index,
A.D. 1604 to 1722,
30 June 1663, Tenny, William, Pickering, Prob. Act., Vol. 2, Folio 34

Tinney/Tinnie, Margaret, born/chr: 09 Aug 1663, Sheviock(e),
Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Stephen Tinney/Tinnie and Joan(e) ----------

Tenison, John, from Surrey Record Society, [England],
Vol. 16, page 133, Sessions Rolls,
Tenison, John, . . .  Stepney, labourer(s) 20 Sep 1663

Tinney, William, born 24 Nov 1663, Lifton, Devon, England;
Son of Arthur Tinney and Anne ----------

Tiny, William, chr: 26 Jan 1664, Kelshall, Hertford, England;
Son of Thomas Tiny and Jane ----------

Tynny, Rich
Tynny, Samuel
Cornwall Hearth and Poll Taxes, 1660 -1664, [England], Direct Taxation
in Cornwall in the Reign of Charles II, published 1981, page 47;
The Michaelmas 1664 Hearth Tax, St. Minver Parish,
Samuel Tynny and Rich Tynny, 4 ex and one other stopt up

Tinney, Christopher
Tinney, John
Tynney, Grace
Cornwall Hearth and Poll Taxes, 1660 -1664, [England], Direct Taxation
in Cornwall in the Reign of Charles II, published 1981, page 51;
The Michaelmas 1664 Hearth Tax, Hundred of Trigg,
Grace Tynney, 3 ret 2 too many b.m.
Christopher Tinney, 3 ex now John Tinney

Tynny, Elizabeth
Cornwall Hearth and Poll Taxes, 1660 -1664, [England],
Direct Taxation in Cornwall in the Reign of Charles II,
published 1981, page 66;
The Michaelmas 1664 Hearth Tax, Merther Parish,
Elizabeth Tynny, 1 ex

Tynney, George
Cornwall Hearth and Poll Taxes, 1660 -1664, [England],
Direct Taxation in Cornwall in the Reign of Charles II,
published 1981, page 68;
The Michaelmas 1664 Hearth Tax, Probus Parish,
George Tynney, 2 ret one short

Tenny, William, married 29 Apr 1664, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Honor Rowe

Tenny, Julian, chr: 14 June 1664, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Daughter of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Tinney or Phinney, John, married 10 Aug 1664, __________, Barnstable,
Massachusetts, USA; Spouse of Mary Rogers

Tenny, Maudlyn, chr: 06 Jan 1665, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Daughter of William Tenny and Honor ----------

Tin farmers, from List & Index Society, [England], Vol. 19, published 1967,
State Papers Supplementary, Admiralty Paper, A.D. 1644-1673, in section
S.P.46/136, Admiralty Papers, A.D. 1668-1672, page 120, # 292,
Request from the Tin farmers for a convoy for Angell Corbyn's vessel from
Portsmouth to London.              Dated:  15 Feb 1665

Tinney, Elizabeth, married 27 Mar 1665, Redlynch, Somerset,
England; Spouse of William Russ

Tennyson, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 49, (FHC Film # 547,175), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1660 to 1665 -
21 Apr 1665, Tennyson, William, Preston in Holdernesse, husbn.,
27 Sep 1664, Vol. 47, Folio 33

Tenny/Tynny, Elizabeth, born/chr: 11 June 1665, St. Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of John Tenny/Tynny and Mary Olver

Tenye, Sara, chr: 18 Sep 1665, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of William Tenye and Alce ----------

Tinny, William, chr: 24 Sep 1665, Saint Giles, Reading, Berkshire,
England; Son of John Tinny and Judith ----------

Tinny, ----------, from Prerogative Court of Canterbury WILLS -,
[England], A.D. 1661 to 1670, (FHC Book # 942 S2pw, page 244),
#17185 - Tinny, ----------, Westbury, Somerset, widow,
A.D. 1665(or 6), Folio 151

Tinney, Ambrose, from Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries,
[England], Vol. 8, page 44, Land at Marnhull, dated 06 Feb 1666,
. . . abbutting on the west side against an acre of Ambrose Tinney . . .

Tenny, Martha, chr: 20 Mar 1666, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Tennison, William, Sen., from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 60, (FHC Film # 402,541), Wills in the York
Registry, Appendix,
15 Aug 1666, Tennison, William, Sr., Paghill als Paull,
Folio 312, Holderness

Tinney or Tynney, John, married 19 Sep 1666, Lifton, Devon,
England; Spouse of Elizabeth Conbar

Tenison, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England],
Index to the Act Books of the Archbishops of Canterbury,
A.D. 1663 to 1859, Part II, L-Z, Vol. 63, published 1938, page 363,
Tenison, Thomas, B.D., A.D. 1667; Inst. R. Hallywell cum
Needingworth, Hunts; ii, 79

Tynney, John, married 25 Mar 1667, Pilton, Somerset, England;
Spouse of Dorothy Brook(e)s

Tennison, Thomas, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 60, (FHC Film # 402,541), Wills in the York Registry,
A.D. 1666  to 1672 -
22 May 1667, Tennison, Thomas, Cammerton in Holderness,
(bur. Skeklinge), yeoman, 20 Feb 1666, Vol. 48, Folio 202

Tenny, Mary, married 27 June 1667, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of William Dingley

Tinny, Jane, chr: 24 Oct 1667, Saint Just In Roseland, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of William Tinny and ---------- ----------

Teneson, Joseph
Teneson, Margaret (wife of Joseph)
Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public Record Office, Index of
Chancery Proceedings, Bridges' Division, A.D. 1613-1714,
(Vol. IV., R-Z), published 1963, Vol. 45, page 235, Bundle # 565,
No. 18, undated with Bundle dates ranging from A.D. 1653-1683,
Plaintiff: Teneson, Joseph, Margaret his wife, and another.
Defendant: Le Neve, William.
Subject: Kings Lynn; personal estate of Joseph Greenwood.
County: Norfolk.

Tenneye/Tenny, Degary/Degory, born/chr: 24 Feb 1668, Saint Minver,
Cornwall, England;
Son of Richard Tenneye/Tenny and Grace Marshayle

Tenny, Philippus, chr: 01 Apr 1668, Saint Kew, Cornwall, England;
Son of Johanis Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny/Tynny, Frances, born/chr: 24 June 1668, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Daughter of John Tenny/Tynn- and Mary Olver

Tenny, Mary, chr: 24 June 1668, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
(Died as a child);
Daughter of John Tenny and Mary ----------

Tynney, Georgius, chr: 09 July 1668, Saint Martin In The Fields,
Westminster, London, England;
Son of Georgij Tynney and Mariae ----------

Tinney, Henry, chr: 04 Oct 1668, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of William Tinney and Honour ----------

Tenny, William, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 60, (FHC Film # 402,541), Wills in the York Registry,
Appendix,
03 Jan 1669, Tenny, William, Walkington, Folio 207, Harthill

Tynnye, (male), chr: __ Feb 1669, High Ham, Somerset, England;
Son of William Tynnye and Christian ----------

TIN
Coat-Armour of the London Livery Companies, [England],
(London: Chiswick Press, 1914), by Charles Welch, F.S.A.,
pages 28-29, under title of:
TIN PLATE WORKERS and WIRE WORKERS.
Incorporated A.D. 1670. [22 Charles II]
Arms: Sable a chevron or, between three lamps (the two in chief,
one light each, facing each other; the lamp in base, two lights) argent,
garnished or, illuminated proper.
Crest: A globular ship-lantern or lamp, ensigned with a regal crown,
all proper.
Supporters: Two working tin-men proper, vested in blue coats
with red cuffs, lined with fur, blue breeches, red waistcoat,
white stockings, black shoes and silver buckles, and on the head a
fur cap.
Motto: Amore sitis uniti
(Variants. Adunate in Amorem. Unite in love.)
[Similar to the Red, White and Blue of the United States of America.]

Tenny, Mary, chr: 12 Feb 1670, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Wm. Tenny and Honour ----------

Tenny, Julian, chr: 13 June 1670, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Tenny, Richard, chr: 13 June 1670, Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Son of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Timry alias Tinny (Tinnies), from Calendar of State Papers - Ireland,
A.D. 1626 to 1670, Vol. VIII, page 182, dated 06 July 1670,
The King to the Lord Lieutenant for the Provost and Fellows of Trinity
College, Dublin- By letters patents, etc., dated 10 Nov 1666 the following
lands . . . granted to the Provost, Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College,
Dublin, vizt:
. . . In the co. Cork (sic) . . .
. . . In the same County and barony of Iveragh: -
. . . Timry alias Tinny (Tinnies)
      (Note: There is a great variation of spelling.)
        Tinikilly (Tinnakilly), page 686, in Co. Wexford

Tynnye, John, chr: 17 Dec 1670, Mawgan in Pyder, Cornwall,
England; (died as a child);
Son of Nicholas Tynnye and Elizabeth ----------

Baron Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646-1716), German philosopher
and mathematician compiled a genealogy of the House of Brunswick.
Le Tenneur (died after 1652), studied French History and Royal genealogy.
This shows constant scientific interest in family record keeping and
chronology over time.
[See: Genealogy and History in the Biblical World, published 1977,
by R. Wilson. Also, see: Richard A. Parker's article,
"Egyptian Astronomy, Astrology, and Calendrical Reckoning",
from the Dictionary of Scientific Biography.]
 

Tinny, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 322; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tinny, Thomas, Sheviock,  A.D. 1671, Administration

Tenny, from Devon and Cornwall Record Society, N.S., [England],
Vol. 2, pages 79, 80, Exeter . . . The Hearth Tax of A.D. 1671,
widow Tenny - St. Georges poore

Tynny, Mary, chr: __ Mar 1671, Saint Breward, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Christopher Tynny and Ann ----------

Tenny/Tynny, John, born/chr: 26 Aug 1671, St. Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of John Tenny/Tynny and Mary Olver

Tinny, Emma, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 322; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tinny, Emma, Sheviock,  A.D. 1671-1672, Will

Tenny, Looedy [perhaps, the same as: Loveday], chr: 22 Oct 1672,
Saint Minver, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Richard Tenny and Grace ----------

Tenney, Mary, from Calendar of State Papers - Domestic, [England],
(Colonial & Am. & W. Ind.), Vol. 14, page 138,
Tenney, Mary, petition of, referred, dated 08 Nov 1672,
Reference to Sir Thomas Chicheley of the petition of Mary Tenney,
showing that she has made it her business to inspect into the management
of the powder mills, and is very well satisfied in the discovery of the
frauds of the persons, by making powder of late weak and unserviceable.
(S.P. Dom., Entry Book 37, p. 46)

Tennison, Mary, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 68, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix,
Feb ult., 1673, Tennison, Mary, Kayingham, Folio 370, Holderness

Tenison, from The Index Library, [England], Index of Chancery
Proceedings (Reynardson's Division), (Vol. II. L to Z),
A.D. 1649-1714, published 1904, Vol. 32, page 170,
Tenison . . . Southeby . . . A.D. 1674, Bundle 411, No. #180

Tenny/Tynny, Richard, born/chr: 02 Aug 1674, St. Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of John Tenny/Tynny and Mary Olver

Tenney, (male), chr: 03 Oct 1674, Nettleton, Lincoln, England;
Son of William Tenney and Elizabethe ----------

Tinny, Christopher, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 56,
published 1929, Archdeaconry of Cornwall Wills and Administrations,
Part I, A.D. 1569-1699, page 322; Wills and Administrations at Bodmin,
Tinny, Christopher, St. Kew,  A.D. 1674-1675, Administration

Tenny/Tinney, Arthur, chr: 26 Dec 1676, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; Son of William Tenny/Tinney and Honor ----------

Tinny, James, chr: 11 Mar 1677, Saint Martin In The Fields,
Westminster, London, England;
Son of William Tinny and Christable ----------

Tenney, Ralph, married 25 June 1677, Saint Sampson or Golant,
Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Elizabeth Colquite

Tenney, Mary, chr: 03 June 1678, Saint Sampson or Golant, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Ralph Tenney and Elizabeth ----------

Tinney/Tynney, John, born/chr:  __ ___ 1678/ __ July 1678,
St. Wenn, Cornwall, England;
Son of Michael Tinney/Tynney and Elizabeth ----------

Tenney, Robert, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 68, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix,
14 Nov 1678, Tenney, Robert, par. Fraistropp, Folio 56, Dickering

Tyne als. Dyson, Alice, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 68, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix,
21 Jan 1679, Tyne als. Dyson, Alice, relict of Edmund Dyson,
Folio 215, Pontefract

Tenny, Ann, chr: 02 Oct 1679, Saint Mary, Binbrook, Lincoln, England;
Daughter of Thomas Tenny and Margarett ----------

Tinnie, Sarah, born 02 Mar 1680, Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA;
Daughter of ---------- ---------- and ---------- ----------

Tenney, John, chr: 15 Mar 1680, Saint Sampson or Golant, Cornwall, England;
Son of Ralph Tenney and Eliz. ----------

Tinney, Edward, chr: 04 Apr 1680, Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London,
England; Son of John Tinney and Elizabeth ----------

Tinnye, Honor., chr: 02 Dec 1680, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall,
England; (died as a child);
Daughter of William Tinnye and Honor. ----------

Tinny, Sarah, chr: 22 Jan 1681, Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London,
England; Daughter of John Tinny and Elizabeth ----------

Tenny, Fridolin, married 07 June 1681, Engi, Glarus Canton,
Switzerland; Spouse of Barbara Hammerli

Tenison, Joseph, from Depositions taken before the Mayor & Aldermen of
Norwich, A.D. 1549-1567; Extracts from the Court Books of the City of
Norwich, A.D. 1666-1688., [England], published 1905, edited by Walter Rye, page 163,
10 Aug 1681. -- John Gibbs, gent., in 20 pound, Thos. Shadwell, gent., in 10 pound,
and Wm. Nockolls in 10 pound, all bound over to keep peace against Joseph Tenison.

Tinny, John, from Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University, in
Cambridge, Massachusetts, [USA], Vol. II, A.D. 1659-1677, published 1881,
page 142, Class of A.D. 1663, Benjamin Blakeman,
In 1680 a committee was chosen by the town of Scarborough . . . [Cumberland, Maine]
In July, 1682, " John Tinny, Andrew Brown, and Jona: Sampson were chosen to
trete with Mr. Blackman. to make an agreement with him by settling him."

Tynney, Mary, married 23 Sep 1683, Therfield, Hertford, England;
Spouse of Samuel Rumbald

Tinney, Charles, chr: 02 Sep 1683, Saint Martin In The Fields,
Westminster, London, England;
Son of Morgan Tinney and Patience ----------

Tinny, John, chr: 07 Nov 1683, Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London,
England; Son of John Tinny and Elizabeth ----------

Tinney, David, chr: 18 Nov 1683, Saint Botolph Bishopsgate, London,
London, England; Son of Thomas Tinney and Frances ----------

Tynney, Jossia, married 31 Mar 1684, Stroud, Gloucester, England;
Spouse of Mary Restall

Tenny, William, chr: 16 Apr 1684, St. Michael Penkivel, Cornwall, England;
Son of Thomas Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tinney, Mary, born 19 Nov 1684, Lifton, Devon, England;
Daughter of John Tinney and Elizabeth Conbar

Tinny, Ezekiah, married 17 Jan 1685, Saint James Dukes Place,
London, London, England; Spouse of Jane Lockyer

Tine, Anthony, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series,
[England], Vol. 89, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix I,
18 Aug 1685, Tine, Anthony, Hyeroyd, Prob. Act, Folio 65, Pontefract

Tennison, Radulphus, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 89, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix I,
01 Sep 1685, Tennison, Radulphus, Kayingham, Folio 66, Holderness

Tennison, Laurence, from Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record
Series, [England], Vol. 89, Wills in the York Registry, Appendix I,
__ Dec 1687, Tennison, Laurence, Paul in Holderson (sic),
05 June 1687; page 190

Tinny, Stephen, married 29 June 1687, Sheviock, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Anne Dewsto

Tinny, Stephen, chr: 31 July 1687, Antony, Cornwall, England;
Son of Stephen Tinny and Nan or Ann ----------

Tinney, Alicea, married 01 Oct 1687, High Ham, Somerset,
England; Spouse of Thomas Cooksley

Tinny, Doroth, married 17 Jan 1688, Saint James Dukes Place,
London, London, England; Spouse of Richard Woodhouse

Tynhe, Sypryan, married 12 Feb 1688, Weybread, Suffolk, England;
Spouse of Ann Sancroft

Tinny, Patience, chr: 19 July 1688, Saint Martin In The Fields,
Westminster, London, England;
Daughter of Morgan Tinny and Patience ----------

Tinney, William, married 09 July 1689, Lifton, Devon, England;
Spouse of Mary Edgcombe

Tinny, Arthur, chr: 28 Dec 1689, Antony, Cornwall, England;
Son of Stephen Tinny and Ann ----------

Tennison, Richard, from Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilisation,
First Supplement 1965-1975, Compiled in the National Library of Ireland, Persons,
Tennison (Richard), Bishop of Killala;
Ms. 20, 277:  O'Hara Papers: Letters to Kean O'Hara of Annaghmore, Co. Sligo,
mainly re estate, family and financial matters, correspondents include Richard Tennison
and William Lloyd, Bishops of Killala, 8 items, c. A.D. 1690-1718.

Tinny, Edward, married 28 Apr 1690, East Pennard, Somerset,
England; Spouse of Ellin Backer

Tenison, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England],
Index to the Act Books of the Archbishops of Canterbury,
A.D. 1663 to 1859, Part II, L-Z, Vol. 63, published 1938, page 363,
Tenison, Thomas, A.D. 1691; Bp.-elect Lincoln, petn. for
commendam V. S. Martins in the Feilds (sic), and R. S. James'
Westminster, Middx; iv, 457 . . . additional data for dates of:
1694; 1710; 1712; (Tenison) 1715, Dec. 14, Died; vi, 198

Tenny, Grace, married 02 Jan 1691, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Lancelott Clemens

Tinney, Mary, born 28 Feb 1691, Lifton, Devon, England;
Daughter of William Tinney and Mary Edgcombe

Tinney, John, from Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries,
[England], Vol. 7, page 166,
. . . Indenture tripartie dated 02 May 1691,
John Tinney of Gillingham, Co. Dorset and John Lush of Motcombe
in the parish of Gillingham, Gent. of the third part . . .

Tinney, William, born 14 Oct 1691, Lifton Devon, England;
Son of William Tinney and Mary Edgcombe

Tinney, Thomas, from The Index Library, [England], Vol. 35,
published 1908, Calendars of Wills and Administrations relating to
the counties of Devon and Cornwall . . . A.D. 1559 -1799 and of
Devon only . . . A.D. 1540-1799, page 189,
Tinney, Thomas, A.D. 1692, Brixham, Will

Tinne, John, from The Topography of Medieval and Early Modern
Bristol, [England] Part 1: Property Holdings in the early walled town
and marsh suburb north of the Avon, published 1997 by the Bristol
Record Society, page 117-118,
The Green Dragon or White Hart and adjacent properties
In 1692 these were the tenements heretofore five, at the E end of the Key
towards St. John's Gate, part of the estate of John Roberts.  From W to E
these included:
. . .
4.  Next to and on the E of (3), sometime of John Tinne hooper and now
or late of John Witheridge parish clerk and others.
. . .

Tinny, Sarah, married 04 Apr 1692, Redlynch, Somerset, England;
Spouse of Robert Seller

Tinny, Henry, chr: 08 May 1692, Saint Martin In The Fields,
Westminster, London, England;
Son of Morgan Tinny and Patience ----------

Tenny, Emanuell, chr: 31 May 1692, Fowey, Cornwall, England;
Son of Ralph Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tynny, Mary, married 25 July 1692, East Pennard, Somerset,
England; Spouse of Robert Ridwood

Tinny, Eliz., married 04 May 1693, Staindrop, Durham, England;
Spouse of Thoms. Wheatly

Tennison, Archbishop of Canterbury, [England],
See:  Genealogical Quarterly, [England], Vol. 23,
Family Crests of Great Britain, Ireland, Australia and Canada
Tenison
Tenison
Tennyson D'Eyncourt
Tinney
See Also: The General Armory, of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales;
comprising a Registry of Armorial Bearings from the earliest to the
present time, by Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms,
published London, A.D. 1884,
Tenison
(Hetherset, co. Norfolk; granted by Walker, Garter, A.D. 1660)
Sa. a fess embattled ar. in chief three doves of the last.
Crest- A Dove.
[Research Note:  Philip Tenison, D.D., was rector of Hethersett,
Co. Norfolk, under date of 01 Dec 1660, from Grantees of Arms to the
End of the XVII. Century, The Publications of The Harleian Society,
Vol. 66; also, Ann, (daughter of Edward Mileham of Burlingham, Esq.,
Will p. 02 Aug 1661), she married Philip Tenison, D.D., rector of
Bawburgh . . ., from Vol. 91, East Anglian Pedigrees, in pedigree of
Mileham of Burlingham St. Peter, Co. Norfolk.]
Tennison
(Thomas Tennison, Archbishop of Canterbury, A.D. 1695-1715)
Gu. three leopards' faces or, jessant-de-lis az. a bend engr. ar.
Tennyson-D'Eyncourt
(Bayons Manor, co. Lincoln)
. . .
2nd and 3rd, gu. three leopards' faces or, jessant-de-lis az. over
all a bend of the last, for Tennyson
Crests - . . .
2nd Tennyson: A dexter arm in armour, the hand in a gauntlet or,
grasping a broken tilting-spear, enfiled with a garland of laurel ppr.
Motto - . . . Nil temere, for Tennyson
Tinney
(Salisbury, co. Wilts)
Per chev. sa. and ar. three griffins' heads erased counterchanged.
Crest - A Griffin's head couped, wings elevated sa. beaked gu.
See Also Next: A Genealogical Guide, The Publications of the Harleian
Society, Part IV, by J. B. Whitmore, F.S.A., F.S.G., published 1953,
Vol. 104, page 499,
De Tene.        William Salt Soc., [Staffordshire], N.S. xii, 140.
                      [The De Tene family is also listed in the Collections
                      for a History of Staffordshire, Vol. I, published 1880]
Tenison.         Misc. Gen. & Her., 4th Ser., i, 146.
                      Burke, L.G. (1937), 2695.
                      Burke, L. G. I.
                      
Croslegh Family, 307.  See TENNYSON
Tennyson.      Lincs. Peds., Harl. Soc. lii, 956 [This is Lincolnshire
                      Pedigrees, The Publications of The Harleian Society,
                      published 1904, Vol. 52, page 956, Tennyson of Tealby;
                      (See: Index for numerous additional entries)].
                      Misc. Gen. & Her., 4th Ser., iii, 204.
                      Vis. England & Wales, xiv, 92; Notes, xi, 97.
                      Ruvigny (Exeter), 452 [The Plantagenet Roll of The Blood
                      Royal . . . The Anne of Exeter Volume (1907).]
                      Lincs. N. & Q., iii, 136.
                      Burke, L.G. (1937), 613
                      (Appendix) page 650, B. Tennyson, 1884.
Tennyson-D'Eyncourt.
                      Vis. England & Wales, xix, 93
                      Ruvigny (Exeter), 454 [The Plantagenet Roll of The Blood
                      Royal . . . The Anne of Exeter Volume (1907).]
                      (Appendix) page 650, Tennyson-D'Eyncourt. Bart., 1930.
See Also Next Thereafter: Musgrave's Obituary - prior to A.D. 1800 in
England, Scotland, & Ireland - - -, The Publications of The Harleian Society, [England],
Vol. 49, for numerous entries and references for the Tenison and Tennison families.
See Also Next Thereafter, following: The Genealogist's Guide, [England],
by George W. Marshall, LL.D., published 1893, page 602,
Tenison. Burke's Landed Gentry, (of Kilronan,) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 suppl.; (of Portnelligan,)
2, 3, 4, 5, 6.  Shirley's History of the County of Monaghan, 255
Tennyson. Burke's Patrician, iv. 67.  Foster's Collectanea Genealogica, i. 56.
Tennyson-D'Eyncourt. Genealogical History of the Family of Tennyson-D'Eyncourt,
by J. B. Burke. London, 1846,  12 mo. Burke's Patrician, iv. 67.
Burke's Landed Gentry, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
See Also Next Thereafter, following next: The Genealogist's Guide, [England]
An Index to Printed British Pedigrees and Family Histories, 1950-1975.  Being a
Supplement to G. W. Marshall's The Genealogist's Guide and J. B. Whitmore's
A Genealogical Guide; published 1977, page 181,
Tenison. Burke, L.G. of I., 685, See Hanbury-Tenison.
Tennyson. The Tennysons (Sir C. Tennyson, 1974)
Finally, contact:  THE TENNYSON SOCIETY (Lord Alfred)
                         Tennyson Research Centre
                         CENTRAL LIBRARY
                         Lincoln, LN2 1EZ
                         ENGLAND

Tinny, Elizabeth (child)
Tinny, Elizabeth (adult)
Tinny, Jane
Tinny, Nathan
Cavaliers and Pioneers, [State of Virginia, USA],
Vol. 2, page 389, dated 20 Apr 1694 . . .
Nathan Tinny, Elizabeth his wife, Jane and Elizabeth his children . . .

Tinnigs, Sarah, married 27 May 1694, Wymondham, Norfolk, England;
Spouse of Robert Cole

Tinney, Elizabeth, born 28 June 1694, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tinney, John, born 22 July 1694, Lifton, Devon, England;
Son of William Tinney and Mary Edgcombe

Tinny, Sarah, chr: 28 Aug 1694, St. Botolph Without Aldgate, London,
London, England; Daughter of Ezekiah Tinny and Jane ----------

Tenny/Tinny, Math., Cavaliers and Pioneers, [State of Virginia, USA],
Vol. 2, page 395, dated 26 Oct 1694 . . .
for both Tenny/Tinny . . . Patent Bk 8

Tiney, Eliz.
Tinny, Chas
London Inhabitants Within the Walls 1695, [England],
published 1966 by the London Record Society, page 292,
Tiney, Elizabeth, servant, 33.7 [St. Gabriel, Fenchurch, 7th page]
Tinny, Charles, servant, 46.5 [St. Leonard, Eastcheap, 5th page]

Tinney, Mary, born 10 Jan 1695, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tenny, Henry, married 01 Apr 1695, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Priscilla George

Tenny, Honor, chr: 13 Feb 1696, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of William Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenny, (male), chr: 21 Feb 1696, Healing, Lincoln, England;
Son of Edward Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tenney/Tinny, Stephen, married 25 Mar 1696, Sheviock, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Priscilla Earle

Tenny, John, married 14 May 1696, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Temperance Hawking

Tinney, Ann, married 19 May 1696, East Pennard, Somerset, England;
Spouse of James Pierce

Tenny, Julian(-), married 26 May 1696, Saint Gennys, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Thomas Stacy

Tenny, John, married 07 July 1696, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Elizabeth Arthur

Tennison, from The Index Library, [England], Index of Chancery
Proceedings (Reynardson's Division), (Vol. II. L to Z),
A.D. 1649-1714, published 1904, Vol. 32, page 170,
Tennison . . . Purvis . . . A.D. 1697, Bundle 451, No. 82

Tinny, Joan, chr: 17 Jan 1697, Sheviock, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of Stephen Tinny and Priscilla ----------

Tinney, Ann, born 15 Mar 1697, Bruton, Somerset, England;
Daughter of William Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tenie, --------_(Captain)
Tenison (Tennison), Richard
Tenison, Thomas
From the Calendar of Treasury Books, Vol. XII, Apr 1697 to
Sep 1699,
Tenie, _____, (Captain), pension for, p. 96, [French Pensioners on the est.
of Ireland; late of Matron's Regiment, but disabled in the ser . . .]
-
Tenison (Tennison), Richard, p. 313, bishop of Meath, [Ireland] late bp.
of Clogher
-
Tenison, Thomas, Archbp. of Cant., [England], p. 197
(Also, in Vol. XIII, pp. 35, 39, and Vol. XIV, pp. 71, 115, 326, 413)
 

Tenison, Edward, from The Index Library, [England],
Index to the Act Books of the Archbishops of Canterbury,
A.D. 1663 to 1859, Part II, L-Z, Vol. 63, published 1938, page 362-3,
Tenison, Edward (Bennet Coll. Camb. LL.B.), A.D. 1697, May 4;
Collat. R. Wittersham, Kent; iv, 556 . . . additional data for dates of:
1697, Ap. 27; 1698, Oct. 12; 1704-5; 1705; 1707; 1708; 1708-9; 1714;
1715 - Present at death of Abp. Tenison; vi, 198;
1718; 1726-7 . . . Father of Thomas  . . .; 1727; 1731

Tinney, Agnes, born 21 May 1697, Lifton, Devon, England;
Daughter of William Tinney and Mary Edgcombe

Tenison, Edward, jun.
Tenison, Edward, sen.
The Index Library, [England], Index to the Act Books of the
Archbishops of Canterbury, A.D. 1663 to 1859, Part II, L-Z,
Vol. 63, published 1938, page 362,
Tenison, Edward, sen., A.D. 1698; Notary public, acts as proctor for
a resignation; iv, 573
-
Tenison, Edward, jun., A.D. 1698; Notary public, acts as proctor for
a resignation; iv, 573
 

Tinney, Anthony, from Lists and Indexes, Great Britain Public
Record Office, Index of Chancery Proceedings, Bridges' Division,
A.D. 1613-1714, (Vol. IV., R-Z), published 1963, Vol. 45,
page 211, Bundle # 206, No. 40, dated A.D. 1698,
Tinney, Anthony; Plaintiff.
Goldsmith, Richard, and another; Defendant(s).
Place: St. Botolph without Aldgate.
County: Middlesex.

Tenny, Grace, married 26 Nov 1698, Saint Columb Minor, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of Henry Benney

Tenny, Loveday, married 03 Dec 1698, Saint Gennys, Cornwall, England;
Spouse of William Robins

Tenny, Mary, chr: 22 July 1699, Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, England;
Daughter of John Tenny and ---------- ----------

Tinney, Henr(e)y, born/chr: 03 Sep 1699, Saint Wenn, Cornwall,
England; Son of John Tinney and ---------- ----------

Tinney, Elizabeth, born 03 Dec 1699, Lifton, Devon, England;
Daughter of William Tinney and Mary Edgcombe

Tynne, (Sir) Thomas, [First Viscount Weymouth (Thynne)], from The William
and Mary Quarterly, [USA], 3rd Series, Vol. II, No. 4, (October, 1945),
Dr. Thomas Bray's Commissary Work In London, 1696-1699, by
Samuel Clyde McCulloch, page 343, states that another great benefactor
of Dr. Thomas Bray was Sir Thomas Tynne, first Viscount Weymouth,
benevolent and generous peer, college companion of the nonjuring Bishop
Thomas Ken, patron of letters, collector of books, and Fellow of the Royal
Society.  In 1699, Lord Weymouth gave 200 pound towards Bray's work in
the Plantations. {63} (Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge
Minute Book, 32.)  He also presented Bray with a sum of 300 pound for his
own private use, the greater portion of which Bray devoted to the advancement
of his schemes. {64} ([John Lavicount Anderson], The Life of Thomas Ken,
Bishop of Bath and Wells (London, 1854), II, 620.)

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