Some Descendants of Rev. John Tindall of Devonshire, England
Through His Son, Richard Tindall, Who Emigrated to America about 1674
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Samuel Tindall1 (M)
b. between 1738/39 and 1741, d. December 1816
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     Samuel Tindall was born between 1738/39 and 1741 at Somerset County, Maryland; area later in Sussex County, Delaware.2 He was the son of Charles Tindall and Sarah Hearne. Samuel Tindall married Agnes Jones before 1759.3 Samuel Tindall died in December 1816 at Sussex County, Delaware.4
Samuel inherited two tracts of land from his father in 1761, "Conclusion" of 50 acres and "Liberty" of 50 acres. He was a private in Captain Mayberry's Company, 3rd Regiment, Maryland Line, in the American Revolution, 1780-1783. He was taken prisoner by the British and was part of a prisioner exchange at Charlestown, South Carolina in 1781. He was wounded in 1783.3

     Children of Samuel Tindall and Agnes Jones:
Levinah Tindall
Sarah Tindall
Purnal Tindall
Eunice Tindall
Lovey Tindall
Betsy Tindall
Minos Tindall
Hannah Tindall   b. 1760
Holland Tindall   b. 1760
Nancy Tindall   b. 1762

  1. [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 265, 266.
  2. [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 265.
  3. [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 266.
  4. [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 266. In 1767, establishment of the Mason-Dixon line caused an area that had been part of Somerset County, Maryland to become part of Sussex County, Delaware..


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