Just came across this connection in my genealogy and am interested in knowing more if anyone has information about loyalists into N.B.
Sylvanus Teed aka Tidd
Born about 1750 in Flushing, Long Island, New Yorkmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
Husband of Elizabeth (Unknown) Teed — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of Mary Polly (Nye) Teed — married 9 Jul 1792 in Woodstock NBmap
Father of Ann (Teed) Dow, Mary (Teed) Dow, Philip Teed, Phoebe Margaret (Teed) Dickinson, Mary (Teed) Dickinson, John Teed, Benjamin Teed, Jesse Bartlet Teed and Ruth Teed
Sylvanus and other Teeds/Tidds on list of settlers: Post War Settlement Settlers on Block No. 4 The On-Line Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies.
See also the First Families of New Brunswick: http://nbgs.automatedgenealogy.com/firstfamilies/FAMILY-T-20...
He was a Drummer 25 April 1782 - 24 June 1782 in dePeyster's company of Kings American Reg. in Savannah, Georgia. And again with John Livingston's co KAR Jan 26, 1783, Flushing, NY still a drummer and Philip Teed was a corporal in same unit.