1. Joseph, born at Lyme, Nov. 5, 1717. Nothing more is known of him, and he probably died young.
2. Amos, who wa our fourth American ancestor in the direct line. He was born at Lyme, Conn., Feb. 17, 1719-20, and died at the same place, Nov. 9, 1802, in the 83rd year of his age. He was married at Lyme on the 7th of Jan., 1741-2, to Hannah Minor, who died at Lyme on the 11th of April, 1790, in her 69th year.
3. Lydia, born at Lyme, Nov. 5, 1723, and was married in the same place to Robert Lay, on Feb. 1, 1738-9.
4. Lucy, born at Lyme, Feb. 9, 1725. Little is known of her except that she joined the church in 1741, at which time she was unmarried.
5. Benjamin, born at Lyme, May 6, 1728. He was living at Waterbury, Conn., in 1771.
6. Sylvanus, born at Lyme, Dec. 9, 1730, and died at East Haddam, Conn., Oct. 13, 1815, in his 85th year. His wife was Abigail Olmsted, whom he married in 1755. His second wife was Mrs. Wealthy Gilbert, who he married in 1781. The wife of President Day of Yale College, was a descendant of Sylvanus.
7. Parthenia, born Nov., 25, 1732, and was married April 13, 1758, to Joseph Chadwick.
8. Phinehas, born Feb. 6, 1734-5; and was married to Charity Marshall at East Haddam, Conn., Nov. 24, 1761.
9. Eunice, born at Lyme, March 31, 1737, and was married in the same place, to William Rowland, Aug. 1, 1764.
10. Martin, who was born June 28, 1739, and died at Westfield, Mass., Dec. 20, 1811, in his 73rd year. He was married at Lyme, Nov. 2, 1769, to Mary Peck, daughter of John and Catherine (Lay) Peck. The Rev. Wm. II. Slocum, President of Colorado College, Colorado Springs, was a descendant of Martin. Mr. Slocum’s mother’s name was Margaret Tinker.
11. Jehiel, born at Lyme, November 11, 1741, and died before 1799. He married Temperance _____.
12. Betty, born at Lyme, February 4, 1744-5. Nothing further is known of her.
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Source: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970: Name: Amos Tinker Jr; Birth Date: 17 Jan 1696; Death Date: 27 Mar 1760; SAR Membership: 39471; Role: Ancestor; Application Date: 6 Sep 1924; Father: Amos Tinker; Mother: Sarah Durant; Spouse: Lucy Lee; Children: Martin Tinker; Household Members: Name: Irving Sterling Tinker; Augusta J Cowles; Edward Lay Tinker Jr; Laura Steele; Edward Lay Tinker; Mary Peck; Martin Tinker; Lucy Lee; Amos Tinker Jr; Sarah Durant; Amos Tinker; Alice Smith; John Tinker
Source: Family Data Collection - Births: Name: Amos Tinker; Father: Amos Tinker; Mother: Sarah Durant; Birth Date: 17 January 1695; City: Lyme; County: New London; State: CT; Country: USA
Source: Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection): Name: Lucy Lee; Marriage Date: 17 Jan 1716/17; Marriage Place: Lyme, Connecticut, USA; Spouse: Amos Tinker; Household Members: Name: Lucy Lee; Amos Tinker
Source: Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection): Name: Amos Tinker; Marriage Date: 17 Jan 1716/17;Marriage Place: Lyme, Connecticut, USA; Spouse: Lucy Lee; Household Members: Name: Lucy Lee; Amos Tinker
Source: Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920: Name: Amos Tinker; Residence Date: 26 Jul 1741; Residence Place: Old Lyme, Connecticut, USA; Volume Title: Volume 085 Old Lyme
Source: Provided by Toles Family HistorianDavid Toles. Samuel Toles for Lynden: Excel Spreadsheet (local), created over 20 years of research.
Source: Email from WikiTree member: My family records show Amos Tinker, Sr. as born in 1657 and dying in 1730. He married Sarah Durant. Amos, Jr. married Lucy (Luce?) Lee and it appears that she was born in 1699. Amos Sr.'s father was John and his wife was Alice, but I have no dates for them. From Richard Gildersleeve
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Amos by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Amos: