Timothy Crittenden & Huldah Adams Family


This page is devoted to all of the documents and records collected for the Timothy Crittenden (AKA Cruttenden & Chittenden) family. Timothy was a Revolutionary War soldier whose ancestors came to America in the 1600s. He was born in Connecticut but spent many years in Vermont and then Genesee, NY. His final stop was Saline, Washtenaw, Michigan where he died in 1832 and is buried. His first wife, Huldah Adams, died in 1794. His second wife, Lucy Thompson lived until the 1850s and was the recipient of his Revolutionary War Pension.


Timothy Crittenden Family Group Sheet with Huldah Adams

Timothy Crittenden Family Group Sheet with Lucy Thompson


Federal Census Records : 1790   1800   1810   1820   1830    1790, 1800 & 1820 are from Poultney, Rutlnd County, Vermont.1820 & 1830 are from Covington, Genesee County, NY


Timothy Birth Record


Huldah Adams Birth Record - She was born in New Marlborough, MA


Marriage Record


Land Records


Timothy Crittenden American Revolution Pension Application


Petition by Heirs of Timothy Crittenden - Act by Michigan Legislature because Timothy's heirs had not filed Probate after his death.


Timothy and son Julius in History of Michigan


Purchase of Land in Washtenaw County, Michigan by Timothy Crittenden just prior to his death. The patent was issued after his death.


Timothy Death Record


Huldah Death Record


Timothy Cruttenden Grave Marker


Huldah Adams Cruttenden Grave Marker - Huldah is buried in Poultney, Vermont


Their Children :


Hannah     Jarius     Rhoda


Updated on 17 May 2021

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