Notes for Henry Crocket Tidmore: Original name: Heinrich Dietmar Arrived in Philadelphia via Holland in 1750's. Came from Frankfurt, Germany. Arrived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from Rotterdam on September 29, 1750. His name was changed from Heinrick Dietmar to Henry Tidmore.
He was a Rev. War soldier.Passenger & Immigration Lists Index: A Collection of Upward s of 30,000 Names by Rupp- listing H. Dietmar, p 242 (onl y Dietmar on the ship OSGOOD under Capt Wm Wilkie, from Rot terdam by way of Cowes, 480 passengers, on Sept 29,1750).
Arrived from Germany through Holland and arrived in 1750s. His original name was Heinrich Dietmar - changed his name toJohn Crockett tidmore between 1760 and 1772. Met Dorothy in Philadelphia after he landed and was married sometime before 1754. Early spellings of name "Ditmore", "Tidemore" "Tidmon", etc
Heinrich Dietmar - Passenger & Immigration Lists Index, acollection of 30,000 names by Rupp listing. H. Dietmar, p. 242(only Dietmar on the ship OSGOOD under Capt. William Wilkie)from Rotterdam Netherlands by way of Cowes,, 480 passengers on9-29-1750. Arrived in Philadelphia PA from Rotterdam on 9-29-1750. He was 1 of 2 brothers who arrived. Also 4 years later another of Henry's brothers, Johannes, immigrated. He made his way to Hamburg and got on the ship Adventure w/ Cpt.Joseph Jackson - sailed by way of Plymouth and landed inPhiladelphia 9-25-1754, became naturalized citizen 9-24-1759 as John Titmore. Henry was the originator of the Alabama Tidmores.
On 11-3-1763 a grant from King George III (SC Memorials Vol. 6 -Part 1, pg. 19) for 100 acres of Thickety Creek, (now Spartenbury & Union Cos.) a branch of Broad River was issued to Henry Dietmar in Berkly Co. Evidently, he didn't establish title on this land and on 12-6-1768 he filed on 100 acres on Cannon Creek in Craven County - later called Newberry County,SC. He received title on 1-25-1773 made out to Henry Titmoreand delivered to Henry Dietmar. Records indicate that Henry acquired additional land adjacent to his plantation. He let Henry, Jr. have at least 150 acres before he died.
Died in the Revolutionary War
In Columbia SC Memorials V. 181:170 Tidmore Henry 1809 571 Acres on Buffalow Creek of Saluda River (Newberry Co.) Columbia SC Memorials V 10:282 1770 Titmore, John 500 acres -Craven Co.
More About Henry Crocket Tidmore and Dorothy Goudelock: Marriage: Abt. 1756, South Carolina.
Children of Henry Crocket Tidmore and Dorothy Goudelock are:
+John B. Tidmore, b. 1765, Newberry District, SC, d. 1843, Tuscaloosa Co., AL - Buried in Hokes Bluff, AL.