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Re: William Tindell, b 1742, married Booker
Posted by: Cat Tindell Date: July 27, 1999 at 09:43:20
In Reply to: William Tindell, b 1742, married Booker by Jeff Young of 339

Hi there...I've been gathering TINDELL info to get a better idea about my AL-FL lines. I believe I have some info on your Pleasant Tindell. The William TINDELL family went bef 1820 to Columbia Co., GA which was formed from Richmond Co. [Augusta] in 1790. Wm's widow, Elizabeth, Pleasant & Bord B. are on the 1820 census. Bord B. was on the 1799 Richmond Co., GA Tax list as Bird Rooker.

By 1830 Columbia Co. GA, there is only John E. and Rachel. By 1840 there is John E., Rachel & William B.[b. 1813 and who later went to Madison Co., FL]. By 1850 there is only John & Wm.

Marriages in Columbia Co., GA are:
Tindell, Sally married Winfrey, Benjamin on 13 Feb 1816 in Columbia Co, GA
Kindrick, Thomas married Tindell, Nancy on 04 Dec 1818 in Columbia Co, GA
Tindell, Sarah married Walker, John on 18 Dec 1819 in Columbia Co, GA
Olive, Prudence married Tindell, John E. on 25 Aug 1828 in Columbia Co, GA
Barnett, John married Tindall, Caroline F. on 13 Jul 1783 in Columbia Co, GA
Grinnage, Rachel married Tindall, William on 02 Feb 1814 in Columbia Co, GA
Grimes, Elizabeth married Tindall, George Augustus on 23 Jan 1831 in Columbia Co, GA
Bugg, Martha Sarah married Tindall, John B. on 07 Aug 1831 in Columbia Co, GA
Russell, Martha E. Y. married Tindall, William B. on 23 Dec 1834 in Columbia Co, GA
Tindall, Elizabeth married Young, Hosca on 22 Dec 1837 in Columbia Co, GA
Day, Alanson A. married Tindall, Permelia on 23 Jan 1840 in Columbia Co, GA

Some of the Richmond Co., GA TINDELL/TINDALLs are reported as TINDLEY on census and a few of them wound up on Habersham Co., GA by 1840 I believe.

The name BOOKER is also shown as ROOKER in all of these B and R look a like in old handwriting.

The given name of Pleasant may come from the PLEASANT family found 1700's in Chesterfield Co., VA....just a lead.

Hope this helps,

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