Some Descendants of Rev. John Tindall of Devonshire, England
Through His Son, Richard Tindall, Who Emigrated to America about 1674
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Edward G Tindall (M)
b. 16 January 1840, d. 1 August 1907
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     Edward G Tindall was Methodist. He was Farmer, 160 acres (valued at $9, 000) in Sec 1, P. O. Milan. He was buried at Chippiannock Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois. He
The Past and Present of Rock Island County, Illinois, H. F. Ken & Co., corner of 5th Ave. and Washington St., Chicago 1877. The book has a biographical directory listing people living in 1877, separated into townships.
Tindall, E. G., farmer, sec 1; P. O. Milan; rep: Meth, 160 acres $9000.[Dawn Donna rtindall.FTW]

Edward and Rebecca Tindall located on the farm on the west side of Old hwy 67 south of Milan, IL. This was just north of where John and Elizabeth Tindall lived. They farmed until no longer able. They then moved to Rock Island, to a home on
12th street right south of Blackhawk Road. He was born on 16 January 1840 at Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois. He was born on 16 January 1840. He was the son of John Tindall and Elizabeth V. Cropper. Edward G Tindall married Jane R. Bowen on 25 February 1864. Edward G Tindall married Jane R. Bowen on 25 February 1864. Edward G Tindall died on 1 August 1907 at age 67. He died on 1 August 1907 at Sears Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, at age 67.

     Children of Edward G Tindall and Jane R. Bowen:
Herman Tindall+   b. ?unknown, d. 1953
Clara Tindall+   b. 24 Nov 1865, d. 4 Jul 1917
John N. ("Uncle Johnny") Tindall+   b. 23 Nov 1867, d. 5 Sep 1945
Annie Tindall   b. 18 Mar 1870, d. 23 Sep 1874
Elma Tindall   b. 25 Mar 1874, d. 16 Nov 1947
Edward Tindall   b. 21 May 1877, d. 5 Jun 1894



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