Timothy Tyrrell, Knight (1617 - 1701)

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Birthplace: of, Oakley, Buckinghamshire, England
Death: Died in Shotover House, Oxfordshire, England
Managed by: David Howerton
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About Timothy Tyrrell, Knight

From Wikipedia, May 2014:

Sir Timothy Tyrrell (1617–1701), initially of Oakley, Buckinghamshire and later of Shotover, was Master of the Buckhounds to King Charles I.

Life[edit]He faithfully and valiantly asserted the cause of his master, King Charles I, and was a Captain of a Cavalry Regiment, Colonel of a Foot Regiment, Governor of the Cardiff Castle, in South Wales, and General of the Ordnance in that Province.[1]

According to his memorial "He was an indulgent husband, a kind father, and a good master; just in his dealings, and highly charitable to the poor". He died on 23 October in 1701, at the age of 84 years old. He is buried in Oakley church.

Family[edit]He was the eldest son of Sir Timothy Tyrrell. He married Elizabeth Ussher,[2] the only daughter of Dr. James Usher, Archbisohp of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, by whom he had four sons and eight daughters.

Their first son was James Tyrrell and second son was John Tyrrell

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Gen. Sir Timothy Tyrrell's Timeline

1617
1617
of, Oakley, Buckinghamshire, England
1642
May 6, 1642
Age 25
of, Oakley, Buckinghamshire, England
1701
1701
Age 84
Shotover House, Oxfordshire, England
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