JAMES TISDALE, late of Boston, Mass. owned tracts of land in Tennessee and North Carolina. Simon Tisdale, Edward Dean Tisdale, Barney Tisdale, Daniel Tisdale of Newport, R.I., merchants; Sterling W. Tisdale of Boston, Mass.; Deborah, wife of Enoch Horton, New Bedford, R.I.; Maria Tisdale, Abigal T. Tisdale, Newport, R.I.; "who are all children and heirs at law" of James Tisdale, together with Enoch Horton, husband of Deborah Tisdale Horton and Deborah, widow of James Tisdale, appointed James Tisdale of Taunton, also a child and hr of James Tisdale, to dispose/sell these lands. Aug. 2, 1819. Reg April 14, 1823. Wits Benj. B. Munford, William Hunter.
95-100. The TISDALE HEIRS mentioned on pages 93-95 sold to FRANCIS B. FOGG and GEORGE W. GIBBS, for $5, their 1/5 part of tracts in Tennessee, including 5000 acres on the south fork of Forked Deer River, granted to Benj. Smith and which he sold to David Wheaton, a former partner of James Tisdale, dec. being sold by Smith to Wheaton, June 29, 1796. Sept. 13, 1819. Reg April 15, 1823. Wits J. S. Kingsbury, John S. Tapp. 100-101. The TISDALE heirs gave POA to GEORGE W. GIBBS and FRANCIS B. FOGG to sell the lands "our father, James Tisdale" was entitled on in the "western country." Sept. 23, 1819. Reg. Feb. 17, 1823.