In 1868 he bought land from James Cable at McCauley's Bay & N. of Lake Gen..
Feb. ? 1868 - bought from James Cable, SW 4 Sec 1-37-10 & Lot 3
Feb. ? 1868 - bought from James Cable, Lot 2 Sec 14-37-10
- [both] McCauley's Bay
Feb. ? 1868 - bought from James Cable, SE 4 Sec 10-37-10 (N. of Lake Geneserath)
Charles Tilley, married, age 73-6-12, died Feb. 3, '29, in St. J. of cerebral hemorrhage.
Carpenter; born Auburn, N.Y.; parents William Tilley (born Long Island) & Emma Bostedo (born N. Jersey).
Mentioned by Mrs. Williams as being in business at Cable's dock with his father-in-law John Corlette of Ohio when he returned in 1857 (p. 187).
The U.S. to Andrew Trombley, June 2, 1863 SW 1/4 Sec 11 T37 R10. This is back of ______1 -"Trombley Hill."
On June 6, '63 he made it over to James Cable.
The 1840 census lists a John Tromblé. See census cards.
June 2, 1863 - Andrew Trombley, SW 4 Sec 1137-10 159.7A.
June ? 1863 - sold to James Cable, SW 4 Sec 1137-10 159.7A.
(this land Peter McCauley got by tax deed, Dec. 1879)
[William] Divers made a quick turnover to him & he made almost as fast a one to Lorenzo Burchard:
Aug. ? 1856 - Wm. Divers to Chas. F. Turrill, SW 4NW 4 & all of SW 4 Sec 2 & E 2NE 4, W 2SE 4, &
NE 4SE 4 Sec 3-38-10.
Mar. ? 1857 - Charles Turrill to Lorenzo Burchard, SW 4NW 4 & all of SW 4 Sec 2 & E 2NE 4,
W 2SE 4, & NE 4SE 4 Sec 3-38-10.
1 This is unclear; looks like nomad.