Some Descendants of Rev. John Tindall of Devonshire, England
Through His Son, Richard Tindall, Who Emigrated to America about 1674
This site exists for the purpose of furthering genealogical research on the Tindall's of Illinois and Iowa, their ancestors, and their descendants who are now spread across the United States. This group of Tindall's originated in Maryland in the 17th and 18th centuries and migrated westward in the 1830's, settling first in Rock Island County, Illinois. Their original ancestor is believed to be Richard Tindall, who immigrated to America in 1674/75 from Devonshire, England. His father was Rev. John Tindall and his mother Ann Halse. Richard Tindall was closely associated with Maj. John Fenwick, who purchased one-half of New Jersey from Lord Berkley in 1673/74 and founded Fenwick's Colony. Richard ultimately served as Fenwick's Surveyor General in laying out the lands of the colony and was named an executor of Fenwick's estate in 1684. The genealogical information here has been complied be a number of researchers, and the work continues. You are invited to join in its development. You may e-mail additional information, corrections, and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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