Thanks. Always want to use the right word.
I've been combing thru Stillwell looking for the birth records, to no avail, and no other Tilton genealogists seem to have found them, either. The births would have been over a decade before the disowning, but it's not clear that this applied to Samuel Tilton Sr, the father. It might have been his son Samuel. The father might even have been dead by that date, as he had made his will the year before. Samuel Sr seems to have been in good standing during the 1740s, but the record of his first marriage isn't there, either.
There's a whole raft of the NJ Tiltons who were Quakers. They should probably have the sticker for that.