John Tindall1 (M)
b. circa 1745, d. May 1786
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Descendant Chart for Rev. John Tindall
John Tindall was born circa 1745 at Worcester County, Maryland; area later in Sussex County, Delaware.1
He was the son of Charles Tindall and Sarah Hearne.
John Tindall married Elizabeth Short circa 1766 at Worcester County, Maryland.2
John Tindall died in May 1786 at Sussex County, Delaware.3
He inherited 50 acres in the tract called "Chance Increased", a black horse, and money from his father in 1761. He purchased from Edward Short (his father-in-law?) the tract "Luck" of 60 acres on 28 October 1765. He also owned the tracts "Industry", "Liberty", Shorts Victory", and "New Rights".2
- Children of John Tindall and Elizabeth Short:
- Samuel Tindall b. 1766
Sarah Tindall b. 1768
John Tindall b. c 1771
Jesse Tindall b. 1773, d. 1806
Issac Tindall b. 1775
Lovey Tindall b. 1777
Hannah Tindall b. 1779
Nancy Tindall b. 1781
Purnell Tindall b. 1785
- [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 265, 267.
- [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 267.
- [S1] Pauline Manning Batchelder, Somerset Sampler, 267. In 1767, establishment of the Mason-Dixon line caused an area that had been part of Somerset County, Maryland and later (1742) Worcester County, Maryland to become part of Sussex County, Delaware..