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The family of John G. Tindall of Horry County, SC and allied families

Anne Gibson Tindall
Tindall, Anne Gibson (Added Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Hemingway, South Carolina : Three Rivers Historical Society (SC), [199-?]
v, 183 p. : geneal. tables, map

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Includes index.

John G. Tindall (ca. 1814-ca. 1876) was born in South Carolina and married Sarah. Descendants lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, and elsewhere. Also includes family of Griffin Coleman Sr. (ca. 1780-ca. 1850/1860) of South Carolina; family of Richard Dawkins who had a son, Samuel (1745-1821), who died in Richmond, North Carolina; family of Osborne Lane (ca. 1750-1840); family of A.G.P. Smith (1852-1934) who died in Sampit Area, Gerogetown, South Carolina; and other ancestral families.

Includes Coleman, Dawkins, Gibson, Flowers, Hollowell, Lane, Tanner, Smith, Jordan, Watson, and related families.

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