Peter Tindal

(14 March 1786 - )
     Peter Tindal was christened on 14 March 1786 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty. He was the son of Thomas Tindal and Jean Bremner.

Thomas Tindal

(circa 1755 - )
     Thomas Tindal was born circa 1755. No suitable entries on IGI for Scotland, the name is more common in the north of England. The naming patterns suggest that he should be the son of a Thomas & Jean/Janet.
Thomas Tindal married Jean Bremner, daughter of John Bremner and Mary Reid, before 1778 in Scotland.

Children of Thomas Tindal and Jean Bremner

Thomas Tindal

(11 April 1778 - March 1846)
Tindal grave, Cromarty Gaelic churchyard: To the memory of / Thomas Tindel / who died 1846 / also his wife / Catherine Ross / who died 1859
     Thomas Tindal was also known as Tindel in records. He was christened on 11 April 1778 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Thomas Tindal and Jean Bremner.
Thomas Tindal married Catherine Ross, daughter of James Ross and Christian Ross, on 2 August 1806 in Cromarty, ROC, SCT. He was described as "of Town".. Thomas was a mason from 1814, Cromarty, ROC, SCT..
     Thomas Tindal and William MacKenzie were named in the militia list taken on 13 September 1814 in Cromarty, ROC, SCT. William McKenzie, mason, aged 41 with three children under 10 at Cromarty town. His son's future father-in-law, Thomas Tindal was a mason aged 33. There is also a William McKenzie and John McKenzie, masons, under 30 in the Portlich, Kilmuir Easter militia list. Also in Portlich are a John & Donald McKenzie, labourers over 30, Donald is lame and John has 3 children under 10..
     Thomas Tindal was named in the militia list taken on 24 April 1825 in Cromarty, ROC, SCT. Thomas Tindle, Cromarty, mason, over 30, unfit, exempted.
     Thomas Tindal and Catherine Ross were recorded on the 1841 census in Church Street, Cromarty. Thomas Tindle, 60, mason; Catherine Ross, 45; Harriet Tindle 15; Catherine 13; Margaret 11; all born in the county; Eppy Scott, 38, not born in county. Also Robert McKenzie, 40 labourer, Ann McKenzie, 40, both born in county.
     Thomas died in March 1846 in Square?, Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland, aged 67. He was buried on 22 March 1846 in the Gaelic churchyard, Cromarty. To the memory of / Thomas Tindel / who died 1846 / also his wife / Catherine Ross / who died 1859.

Children of Thomas Tindal and Catherine Ross

Thomas Tindal

(9 November 1807 - before 1891?)
     Thomas Tindal was born on 9 November 1807 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Thomas Tindal and Catherine Ross. Thomas Tindal was christened on 13 November 1807 in Cromarty.
     Thomas Tindal was named in the militia list taken on 22 September 1826 in Cromarty. He was described as a shoemaker.
Thomas Tindal married Jane Bain on 8 November 1834 in Forres or Cromarty, Moray or Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. Thomas was a shoemaker in November 1834, Cromarty.
     Thomas Tindal and Jane Bain were recorded on the 1841 census in Back St, Forres, Moray. Thomas Tindal, 30, shoemaker, Jean Tindal, 25, Jean Tindal, 5, John Tindal, 3, Thomas Tindal, 1.
     Thomas Tindal was recorded on the 1851 census in 4 McRais Close, Antinma, Elgin, Moray. Thomas Tindel, 39 shoemaker, employing 5 men, born Cromarty; his wife Jean Tindel, 37, shoemaker's wife, born Forres, children Jean Ann Tindel 14, born Cromarty, John Tindel 12, born Forres, Thomas Tindel 10, born Forres, Cosmo Tindel 8, born Forres, Joane Tindel, 1, born Elgin.
     Thomas Tindal was recorded on the 1861 census in 53 South St, Elgin, Moray. He was a master bootmaker, employing 2 men, he and his wife Jean were both listed as aged 51 with Cosmo? aged 19, journeyman shoemakerborn Forres, and Joane aged 13 born Elgin.
     Thomas Tindal was recorded on the 1871 census in 174 High St, Elgin, Moray. Thomas Tindel, 63, bootmaker, born Cromarty; his wife Jane Tindel, 62, son Thomas Tindel, 31, tailor, born Forres, Maria Christie, 9, grand daughter, scholar, born Elgin.
     Thomas Tindal and Jane Bain were recorded on the 1881 census in 51 South Street, Elgin, Moray, Scotland. Thomas Tindle aged 73, shoemaker, born Cromarty with wife Jane aged 71, born Forres and grand daughter Maria C Tindle aged 18, dressmaker, born Elgin.
     Thomas died before 1891?.

Children of Thomas Tindal and Jane Bain

Thomas Tindal

(circa 1852 - )
     Thomas Tindal was born circa 1852 in King Edward, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of James Tindal and Beatrix/ Beatrice Johnston.
Thomas Tindal married Jane Magdalene Unknown.
     Thomas Tindal was recorded on the 1891 census in 4 Alton Tce, Dundee, Angus.
     Thomas Tindal and Jane Magdalene Unknown were recorded on the 1901 census in The Bungalow, Monifieth, Angus. He was manager of a bottle exchange, his son Charles James was an apprentice shipwright.

Child of Thomas Tindal and Jane Magdalene Unknown

Thomas Tindal

(circa 1840 - )
     Thomas Tindal was born circa 1840 in Forres, Moray. He was the son of Thomas Tindal and Jane Bain.
     Thomas Tindal appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Thomas Tindal and Jane Bain in Back St, Forres, Moray. Jane, John, Thomas, Cosmo and Joan were listed as the children of Thomas Tindal in the 1851 census in 4 McRais Close, Antinma, Elgin, Moray. Thomas was listed as Thomas Tindal's son in the 1871 census in 174 High St, Elgin, Moray.
     Thomas Tindal was recorded on the 1891 census in 71 Castle St, Inverness, Inverness-shire. Thomas Tindel 53, born Forres, Moray, tailor; wife Mary Tindel 43, born Inverness, children John Tindel, 17,saddler's apprentice, Jane Tindel, 15
Margaret Tindel 13, Donald Tindel 11, Robert Tindel, 9, all scholars, Mary Tindel, 2, all born in Inverness; with
John Munro 31 book keeper, boarder & son George S MacKay, 19, clothier's apprentice, born Lairg, Sutherland.

Thomas Tindal

(1875 - 1877)
     Thomas Tindal was born in 1875 in Elgin, Moray. He was the son of Cosmo Tindal and Ann Gillan.
     Thomas died in 1877 in Elgin, Moray.

Albert N C Tindale

(1842 - )
     Albert N C Tindale was born in 1842 in New South Wales. He was the son of John Richard Tindale and Mary Whybrow.

Anthony Tindale

(1839 - )
     Anthony Tindale was born in 1839 in New South Wales. He was the son of John Richard Tindale and Mary Whybrow. Anthony Tindale witnessed the probate of the estate of John Richard Tindale in 1873 in Tasmania.

Fanny E Tindale

(1832 - )
     Fanny E Tindale was born in 1832 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Richard Tindale and Mary Whybrow.

John Poad Tindale

(1790 - 3 August 1857)
     John Poad Tindale was born in 1790 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Richard Tindale & Esther Poad who married 23 March 1779 at Pickering, Yks.
     John Poad Tindale was involved in a criminal court case in 1809. A John Tindall appeared at the Summer Assizes, Yorkshire for burglary and was sentence to death. He previously appeared in July 1807 and received one month's imprisonment.
John Poad Tindale married Susanna Emma Manwaring on 25 January 1809 in St Mary, Whitechapel, London. A John Poad Tindale & Susanna Manwaring, spinster by banns, both of this parish.He had a de facto relationship with Elizabeth Wybrow nee Clarke resulting in several children. His first wife Susanna died in 1828 leaving a son John Richard born 1809.
In 1819, a Mrs Susannah Tindale was leaving the colony in the Shipley, and requested Claims (if any) to be presented. This may be linked to the sale of a house in York St, owned by Mr John Tindal advertised on 3 Apr 1819.. He was transported as a convict arriving on 18 January 1812 per the Guildford, John Tindale had been sentenced to 14 years at Suffolk Assizes (BSE) 23 Mar 1810 for having in his possession forged bank notes. He was assigned to William Cox at Bathurst and freed by servitude in 1815 following his work in 1814 with Cox's road party which cleared a track over the Blue Mountains to Bathurst..
In 1820 he was part owner of 217 cattle at Emu Valley, in 1824 a settler at Bathurst when his employees were "murdered by aborigines".
A John Tindal, free settler was listed in 1822 muster of Tasmania, no ship listed. Angela Finnerty a descendant of this line, states that John had sailed for Europe in 1842.
     John Poad Tindale was recorded in November 1828 census in Bathurst, New South Wales. He was a farmer of Bathurst with 2575 acres -160 cleared, 37 cultivated, 11 horses, 737 cattle & 1750 sheep. John Tindale, 38, F S [Free by servitude], ship ..., 1812, settler, Bathurst, Protestant, wtih Elizabeth Clark, F S via the Speke 1807, housekeeper, and children John Tindale, 18, CF [came free], Surrey 1820, son; Mary, 14. William, 9, Esther 7, Jane 6, Ann 4, Eliza 2, all born in the colony.
John Poad Tindale married secondly Tempest Jane Paul on 7 February 1844 in St Philip's, Sydney. He was a widower of Penrith and she was of St Leonards district.
John Poad Tindale witnessed Charles Capon Durham and Sarah Charlotte Paul's wedding on 28 June 1855 in Hackney West, London, England.
     John died on 3 August 1857. He was en route to England in the "The Wave of Life". The Mutch Index records: John Tindale of Penrith gentleman died at sea on ship "Wave of Life" 3 Aug 1857. He added a codical to his will 2 August 1857... leaving a personal estate worth £7000 to his wife Jane Tempest Tindale and children John Richard, William, Esther, Eliza, Jane and Ann. His death is not recorded in the NSW indexes but an "F" Tindale is recorded there as a Marine Death in 1857.

Child of John Poad Tindale and Susanna Emma Manwaring

Child of John Poad Tindale and Lucy Cooper (Tindall)

John Richard Tindale

(13 November 1809 - 6 June 1872)
     John Richard Tindale was born on 13 November 1809 in 'Stinchome', Church End, London, England. He was the son of John Poad Tindale and Susanna Emma Manwaring. John Richard Tindale was christened on 12 April 1810 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London. John Richard, son of John Poad & Susanna Tindale of Church End, born November 13th.
     John Richard Tindale and Susanna Emma Manwaring arrived per "Surrey" in 1820 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
John Richard Tindale married Mary Whybrow, daughter of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal), in 1830 in New South Wales. They were step-brother & sister. Their 1841 portraits may be seen at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, website: http://www.portrait.gov.au/static/collection_display.php?num=102881..
     John died by shooting himself while of unsound mind on 6 June 1872 in Newtown, Tasmania, Australia, aged 62. He was described as a gentleman aged 63. His funeral was held on 8 June 1872 TINDALE,- On the 6th June, John Richard Tindale, Esq., aged 63. The funeral will leave the late residence of the deceased, Clydeville (adjoining Mayfield House), New Town, This day, the 8th instant, at half-past 3 p.m. in Hobart, Tasmania. A coroner's inquest was held regarding his death on 8 June 1872 in Tasmania. John Richard Tindale, aged 63 died 6 June 1872, verdict suicide by shooting. To colony per City of Hobart.
     His will was proved in 1873 at Tasmania.

Children of John Richard Tindale and Mary Whybrow

Rebecca Tindale

(1842 - )
     Rebecca Tindale was born in 1842 in New South Wales. Daughter of John & Mary A, they may have had another daughter Emma in 1854 but not sure idf the same couple.. She was the daughter of John Richard Tindale and Mary Whybrow.

Lucy Tindall Cooper

(1817 - )
     Lucy Tindall Cooper was born illegitimate before 1817 in New South Wales, Australia. She was christened in 1817 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Poad Tindale and Lucy Cooper (Tindall).

Agnes Tindall

(before 1530 - before June 1548)
     Agnes Tindall was born before 1530 in Lincolnshire, England.
Agnes Tindall married William Popplewell, son of William Popplewell and (?) Unknown, in May 1546 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Agnes died before June 1548.

Charles Stubbs Tinling

(3 October 1799 - 18 May 1879)
     Charles Stubbs Tinling was born on 3 October 1799 in Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk. See: http://www.tinlingenealogy.org/trees/minorca.htm for further information on this family.
Mary Susanna Le Heup married secondly Charles Stubbs Tinling on 27 September 1825 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. They moved to Worthing, Sussex about 1830.
Grant of annuity - £150 for life - dated 24th July, 1848
1. Charles Stubbs Tinling, Worthing, Sussex, Esq, & wife Mary Susanna (widow of Martin Thomas Cocksedge and daughter of Michael William Leheup, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Esq and Michael Edward Rogers, Brandon Hall, Suffolk, son of Rev. Thos Ellis Roger of Lackford, Suffolk, clerk, & wife Merielina Agnes, daughter of Michael William Leheup)
2. Henry Richardson Lee als Le Leheup, Vine Yard Gardens, Clerkenwell, Middx, gent.
3. Hannah Richardson of above, widow.
4. Henry Ward, Lincolns Inn Fields, & George Charles Parsons of the same, gents.
Farrows Farm; Loves Farm; Walters Farm; Westbury Farm - all in Ashwell.
Also farm in parishes of Ashwell & Hinxworth; and 2 acres in Ashwell.
Also schedule of Copyhold lands of Manor of Ashwell [fully described]
.
     Charles died on 18 May 1879 in Bath RD, Somerset, aged 79.

Mary A Tinson

     Mary A Tinson married James Alfred Bugg, son of Joseph Bugg and Eliza Chinery, in 1892 in Goulburn, New South Wales.

Children of Mary A Tinson and James Alfred Bugg

Agnes Tippett

(4 January 1631 - )
     Agnes Tippett was born on 4 January 1631 in St Augustine, Bristol, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).

Elizabeth Tippett

(12 August 1610 - 18 February 1652/53)
     Elizabeth Tippett was christened on 12 August 1610 in St Augustine the Less, Bristol, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).
Elizabeth Tippett married Ludowick Poole, son of William (Patriarch?) Poole, on 2 November 1645 in St James, Bristol. If this marriage is correct, they cannot be her children unless they were illegitimate.
     Elizabeth Tippett was mentioned in the will of Ludowick Poole dated 23 August 1652.
     Elizabeth died on 18 February 1652/53 in Woolwich, Kent, aged 42. She was buried on 22 February 1652/53 in Woolwich.

Children of Elizabeth Tippett and Ludowick Poole

Gabriel Tippett

(22 May 1625 - )
     Gabriel Tippett was born on 22 May 1625 in St Augustine, Bristol, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).

John Tippett

(before 30 December 1618 - )
     John Tippett was born before 30 December 1618 in Bristol, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).

Mary Tippett

(before 14 March 1615/16 - )
     Mary Tippett was born before 14 March 1615/16 in Bristol, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).

Nicholas Tippett

Children of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett)

Thomas Tippett

(2 September 1628 - )
     Thomas Tippett was born on 2 September 1628 in St Augustine, Bristol, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).

William Tippett

(before 18 March 1618/19 - )
     William Tippett was born before 18 March 1618/19 in St Augustine the Less, Bristol, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett).

Ann Tipping

(circa 1610? - before 20 January 1640/41)
     Ann Tipping was born circa 1610?.
     Ann Tipping married Richard Steer as his second wife, on 17 June 1633 in Darley, Derbyshire.
     Ann died before 20 January 1640/41 in Darley, Derbyshire. She was buried on 20 January 1640/41 in Darley.

Prawst f Tidlet Tithlyn Prydyn

     Prawst f Tidlet Tithlyn Prydyn married Einion Yrth ap Cunedda (?), son of Cunedda Wledig and Gwawl ferch Coel. Prawst f Tidlet Tithlyn Prydyn was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Tidlet or Tithlyn Prydyn, King of the Picts.

Child of Prawst f Tidlet Tithlyn Prydyn and Einion Yrth ap Cunedda (?)

Jean Elizabeth Tobin

(26 July 1912 - 4 August 1993)
     Jean Elizabeth Tobin was born on 26 July 1912 in Yarram, Victoria.
Jean Elizabeth Tobin married Darcy Ivor Cocksedge, son of Albert Cocksedge and Ada Ellen Moorfield, after 1942 in Victoria.
     Jean was registered at Yarram on the 1949 electoral roll.
     Jean was registered at Yarram on the 1954 electoral roll.
     Jean died on 4 August 1993 in the hospital, Yarram, Victoria, aged 81.

Vason Tock

     Vason Tock married Mary Popplewell, daughter of William Popplewell and Sarah Bingley, on 20 December 1836 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire.

Sarah Toler

( - 1 July 1803)
     Sarah Toler was born in Ballitore, Timolin parish, Kildare, Ireland. She was the daughter of Richard Toler of Ballytore, co. Kildare whose will dated 16 Dec 1757, was proved 9 June 1758 in which he mentions his daughter Sarah Handcock.
Sarah Toler married Rev Richard Handcock, son of William Handcock and Susan/Sarah Warburton. Sarah Toler was mentioned in a deed dated September 1742. Richard Handcock of Willbrook, Westmeath to John Gustavus Handcock of same, lands of Legan? & Carrow-neagh in barony of Kilkenny, Westmeath for the lives of above named & of SarahToler, daughter of Richard Toler of Dublin ... Registered 15 Nov 1742.
     Sarah died on 1 July 1803.

Children of Sarah Toler and Rev Richard Handcock