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grayflame Posted - 06 Apr 2002 : 10:49:05 PM
I'm trying to find my great-great grandfather, Farrow Tyndale/Tindall. He was born in Driffield (I think) in 1843. Any tips on how to find information about him would be appreciated!
Steve
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Ian Soanes Posted - 22 Jul 2011 : 10:38:04 AM
Steve,

I've sent you a couple of reports.

Regards,
Ian
grayflame Posted - 22 Jul 2011 : 03:05:16 AM
Sorry for the delay, Ian. I've toyed with joining Ancestry.com but haven't actually done it yet. Maybe this will be the final push.

My email is paulpauly@aol.com. I'd love to get what you came across.

Thanks,

Steve

Ian Soanes Posted - 16 Jun 2011 : 5:33:25 PM
Steve,

Glad we've been able to help.

Your "myth" about the 1898 Ellis Island incident was obviously far too late to relate to Farrow's original emigration. Just a thought => If there is any truth in the story, I wonder if he made a trip back to England, perhaps to visit relatives, and then had problems on his return?

If you can get in touch somehow and let me have an email address I could send you a six page genealogy report about Farrow's ancestors. If you or a friend subscribe to Ancestry.com you could send me an email address in a message via my Ancestry UserId .

Regards,
Ian
grayflame Posted - 16 Jun 2011 : 3:22:24 PM
First let me apologize for my tardy reply. I was traveling when the alerts started showing up. I was very excited and anxious to return home to see what you had found.

And it is AMAZING information! You two have wildly exceeded my hopes. I looks like you've definitely found my great-great-grandfather and provided me with a lot of information I didn't have. You've also cleared up some "myths" like he was rejected at Ellis Island in 1898.

I also found your comment about maybe he wasn't totally blind interesting. The pictures I have of him after he arrived in Solvay, NY always show him wearing dark glasses.

A couple of small items of note:
1. He formed a band called "The Tindalls" made up primarily of relatives.
2. He made a living primarily by repairing and tuning pianos (from our family records).
3. One of his sons went on to become a constable in the Solvay area.

Thank you again for your fine and detailed work. If I can be of service to you over here please let me know.

Regards,

Steve Tindall
Kenosha, WI


Ian Soanes Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 1:47:53 PM
As previously posted, Ann Tindall (nee Collison), wife of John Farrow Tindall (senior), died in 1854. John Farrow Tindall married Dorothy Sherwood in the September quarter of 1856 in Driffield District. Just before John died (in 1860) they had a daughter, Mary, a step-sister to Farrow Tindall (junior).

FreeBMD - Births Sep qtr 1858
Tindall Mary Isabella Driffield District 9d 215

1861 Census // Doctors Lane, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

Dorothy // Tindall // Head // 44 // abt 1817 // Female // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Sempstress
William // Sherwood // Son // 14 // abt 1847 // Male // West Ella // Yorkshire // Printer
Thomas // Tindall // Stepson // 12 // abt 1849 // Male // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Ellen // Sherwood // Daughter // 12 // abt 1849 // Female // Aike // Yorkshire // Scholar
Mary // Tindall // Daughter // 2 // abt 1859 // Female // Great Driffield // Yorkshire //
John // Robson // Lodger // 21 // abt 1840 // Male // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Cordwainer

Dorothy was born Dorothy Ringrose about 1813, daughter of Welburn Ringrose and Ann Bannister, who married on 23 Sep 1810 in Driffield and had three other children, Francis (1811), Ellen (1816) and Welburn (1819). She was the widow of Thomas Sherwood, who died in 1852.

IGI Batch No. C108951
DOROTHY RINGROSE
Christening: About 26 FEB 1813 Great Driffield, Yorkshire, England
Father: WELBURN RINGROSE
Mother: ANN

IGI Batch No. C106961
THOMAS SHERWOOD
Christening: 04 JUN 1815 Lockington, Yorkshire, England
Father: THOMAS SHERWOOD
Mother: JANE [Jane Seymour]

FreeBMD - Marriages Dec qtr 1843
RINGROSE Dorothy Driffield District 23 89
Sherwood Thomas Driffield District 23 89

FreeBMD - Deaths Sep qtr 1852
Sherwood Thomas Driffield District 9d 207

1841 Census // Golden Hill Farm, Skerne, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth County // Birth Country // Occupation
John // Wilson // // 40 // abt 1801 // Male // // Scotland // Farm Bailiff
Emma // Wilson // // 30 // abt 1811 // Female // // //
Alfred // Wilson // // 2 // abt 1839 // Male // Yorkshire // England //
John // Kiddle // // 25 // abt 1816 // Male // // Scotland // Agricultural Labourer
Thomas // Stabler // // 18 // abt 1823 // Male // Yorkshire // England // Agricultural Labourer
Richard // Bentley // // 15 // abt 1826 // Male // Yorkshire // England // Agricultural Labourer
Dorothy // Ringrose // // 25 // abt 1816 // Female // Yorkshire // England // Female Servant

1841 Census // Rotsea, Hutton Cranswick, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation
Thomas // Holtby // // 29 // abt 1812 // Male // // Yorkshire // Farmer
Caroline // Holtby // // 27 // abt 1814 // Female // // Yorkshire //
Thomas // Holtby // // 10 Mo // abt 1840 // Male // // Yorkshire //
Ann // Sinclair // // 19 // abt 1822 // Female // // Yorkshire // Female Servant
Margaret // Bowser // // 15 // abt 1826 // Female // // Yorkshire // Female Servant
Thomas // Dary // // 30 // abt 1811 // Male // // Yorkshire // Male Servant
Thomas // Sherwood // // 26 // abt 1815 // Male // // Yorkshire // Male Servant
Henry // Stephenson // // 21 // abt 1820 // Male // // Yorkshire // Male Servant
Bartholomew // Coates // // 15 // abt 1826 // Male // // Yorkshire // Male Servant
Smith // Ellice // // 22 // abt 1819 // Male // // Yorkshire //

1851 Census // Aike, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation
Thomas // Sherwood // Head // 36 // abt 1815 // Male // Lockington // Yorkshire // Agricultural Labourer
Dorothy // Sherwood // Wife // 36 // abt 1815 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire //
Francis // Sherwood // Son // 6 // abt 1845 // Male // Skidby // Yorkshire // Scholar
William // Sherwood // Son // 4 // abt 1847 // Male // West Ella // Yorkshire // Scholar
Ellen // Sherwood // Daughter // 2 // abt 1849 // Female // Aike // Yorkshire //

Dorothy lived as a widow for 25 years after the death of John Farrow Tindall.

1871 Census // Doctors Lane, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth County // Birth Country // Occupation
Dorothy // Tindall // Wife (Widow) // 55 // abt 1816 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire //
Frances R // Sherwood // Son // 27 // abt 1844 // Male // Skidby // Yorkshire // Boot and Shoe Maker
William // Sherwood // Son // 25 // abt 1846 // Male // West Ella // Yorkshire // Printer
Thomas // Sherwood // Son // 22 // abt 1849 // Male // Driffield // Yorkshire // Joiner
Mary I // Sherwood // Daughter // 12 // abt 1859 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar

1881 Census // 4 Doctors Lane, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth County // Birth Country // Occupation
Dorothy // Tindall // Head (Widow) // 66 // abt 1815 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire //
Francis R // Sherwood // Son (Widower) // 36 // abt 1845 // Male // Skidby // Yorkshire // Shoemaker
Frederick J // Sherwood // Grandson // 2 // abt 1879 // Male // Driffield // Yorkshire //
Mark B. // Knaggs // Boarder // 24 // abt 1857 // Male // Kilham // Yorkshire // Shoemaker

FreeBMD - Deaths Sep qtr 1885
TINDALL Dorothy 69 Driffield District 9d 182

Regards,
Ian
Ian Soanes Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 1:46:06 PM
Agreed - Let's hope so.
I might email Admin if I can find his/her address.
Ian

[Found it! eMail going off shortly]



Admin : All Sorted! (14:15)

Thanks Admin. (20:15)
Peter6 Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 12:59:35 PM
Hi Ian,

An excellent piece of work and deduction.

I hope Admin responds to your call to alert grayflame after all the work which has been done on this particular topic.

Kind regards,

Peter
Peter6 Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 12:57:46 PM
Births Dec QTR 1848 District: Beverley Vol 23 Page 17

Ann Elizabeth Goodhill

Source: Free BMD

Ian Soanes Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 11:09:47 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Peter6[/i]
[br]PROFESSOR TINDALL'S VOYAGE OUT TO AMERICA

To the Editor of the Driffield Times.

Syracuse, U.S.A., May 23, 1884

Dear Sir,-According to ......... [etc. etc.]

Yours most respectfully,
Farrow Tindall

Source: Driffield Times 14 June 1884



Brilliant find. An amazing account. It raises the question as to whether Farrow was totally blind or whether he retained partial sight? If totally blind, he must have had an amazing memory and imagination - or perhaps his wife was the "amazing factor"?

Ian
Ian Soanes Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 11:04:49 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Peter6[/i]
[br]With reference to Ian's mention of smallpox

In 1864 a smallpox outbreak in Driffield spread to the workhouse which lacked an isolation ward in which to place those affected. This, together with overcrowding, and the lack of space for extending the buildings, led to a decision in 1865 to erect a new workhouse on a new site.

Source: http://www.workhouses.org.uk/Driffield/


This smallpox outbreak post dates Farrow's illness. Smallpox must have been relatively common. Scary! Thank goodness for Edward Jenner's vaccination!

Ian
Ian Soanes Posted - 09 Jun 2011 : 10:59:07 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Peter6[/i]
[br]I am wondering how the under-noted fits in the scheme of things because an examination of the 1881 census (age of children and name of father in law) reveals some anomalies ! More research required:

Marriages Jun QTR 1871 District: Driffield Vol 9d Page 465

Farrow Tindall = Ann Elizabeth Goodhill

Source: Free BMD




As suggested, I've looked into this further.

Farrow Tindall did in fact marry Ann Elizabeth Goodhill and, in a way, William Laybourn is her "father". And Ann's eldest child was registered as William Goodhill in the December quarter of 1865, a few years before her marriage to Farrow.

FreeBMD - Births Dec qtr 1865
Goodhill William Driffield District 9d 259

William Laybourn married Elizabeth Goodwill on 25 Oct 1834 at Nafferton. They appear to be childless but their neice Ann Elizabeth Goodhill lived with them almost all her life. His description as Farrow's father-in-law in 1881 suggests that he treated Ann as his daughter. I haven't discovered the exact relationship but it looks like a member of Elizabeth's family changed their name from Goodwill to Goodhill.

1841 Census // North Street, Nafferton, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

William // Laybourn // // 30 // abt 1811 // Male // // Yorkshire // Tailor
Elizabeth // Laybourn // // 25 // abt 1816 // Female // // Yorkshire //

1851 Census // North Street, Nafferton, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

William // Laybourn // Head // 40 // abt 1811 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Tailor
Elizabeth // Laybourn // Wife // 40 // abt 1811 // Female // Nafferton // Yorkshire //
Ann Elizabeth // Goodhill // Niece // 2 // abt 1849 // Female // Leckonfield // Yorkshire //

Elizabeth died in 1857.
FreeBMD - Deaths Jun qtr 1857
Laybourn Elizabeth Driffield District 9d 166

1861 Census // Main Street, Nafferton, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

William // Laybourn // Head (Wiower) // 50 // abt 1811 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Tailor
Ann E // Goodhill // Niece // 12 // abt 1849 // Female // Leckonfield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Anni // Ford // Lodger // 14 // abt 1847 // Female // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Scholar

1871 Census // Middle Street, Nafferton, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

William // Laybourn // Head (Wiower) // 60 // abt 1811 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Tailor
Ann E // Goodhill // Servant // 23 // abt 1848 // Female // Nafferton [sic Leconfield] // Yorkshire // 8u
William // Goodhill // Nephew // 5 // abt 1866 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Scholar
Francis // Jordan // Visitor (Wiower) // 73 // abt 1798 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Shepherd

William died in 1884.
FreeBMD - Deaths Dec qtr 1884
Laybourn William Driffield District 9d 243

Ian
Peter6 Posted - 08 Jun 2011 : 8:39:00 PM
PROFESSOR TINDALL'S VOYAGE OUT TO AMERICA

To the Editor of the Driffield Times.

Syracuse, U.S.A., May 23, 1884

Dear Sir,-According to the wishes of many friends in my native town, I now endeavour to give a rough outline of our journey from Driffield to Syracuse, U.S.A., after the hearty shaking of hands and many "God speeds" of our numerous friends. We were met by friends at Hull, Leeds, and Manchester, and arrived at Liverpool at 1.45. Went at once to the offices of the Allan Line Company, and secured berths on one of their splendid screw steamers, the Sardinian, a most magnificent vessel of 4,370 tons.

Embarked at 10 a.m. on the 8th. After taking over beds and ship utensils, we were told off to hammocks-a peculiar but not unpleasant mode of sleeping, suspended in the air, with no sign of the brown bug or lively flea - and weighed anchor at 6.30, with a strong N.W. wind, which makes the water very lumpy. There is much sickness, especially amongst the women and children. Our speed at 10 p.m. is about 10 knots an hour.

May 9th- A fine morning. We drop anchor off Moville (Port Londonderry) about 11 a.m., and take on board about 200 emigrants, who are on the whole fair specimens of Irish men and women, and a much better class than the Irish contingent which joined us at Liverpool. The total number now on board was, cabin passengers 87, intermediate 60, steerage 787, with a crew of over 100. The French, Germans, &c., are the worst portion of the passengers: they observe neither cleanliness nor decency. Luckily we are not obliged to mix with them, though as I write we have some scenes of a rather grotesque character: here you may see a fat Dutch woman in the embrace of a red-haired Irishman, both in a helpless state of sea-sickness, with no care for either sex or nationality- "a fellow-feeling makes us wondrous kind."

After taking mails at Londonderry we weigh anchor at 5.30 p.m., and now one of the finest scenes the eye ever gazed upon meets the view. The rugged Irish coast, with a most beautiful green and fertile country in the distance; the Coastguard Station and magnificent ruins of Green Castle in the foreground, is a sight never to be forgotten. As night approaches, and the land recedes, we bid farewell to British Isles, and away for America ! Just as we get into our hammocks a startling incident occurs. One of our passengers, having indulged un too much drink, had a severe attack of delirium tremens, and cried out "Murder ! Murder !" The people tumble and rush out of their berths, expecting to find the form of a murdered victim, but it was only the ravings of a poor maniac, who was soon secured.

10th- Rose early, to find a dull cold morning, without a gleam of sun. Took the log: speed 11. 1/2 knots an hour, having made 423 miles from Liverpool. No particular incident occurred. Much sickness on board, more than half the passengers being laid about in a state of utter helplessness. Night coming on, we have a nice little concert, some of our old ditties being received with eclat.

11th- Fine morning, the sun shining brightly, and a stiff breeze blowing. Log taken at 12 o'clock: speed 12 knots an hour; 302 miles for the day; total 725 miles. We sight a large steamer on our starboard bow, homeward bound, the first we have seen since leaving Ireland. A strong wind has got up, which makes the sip very unsteady, and causes a relapse among the half-recovered sick. We have had Divine service three times to-day, having two Church of England clergymen and one Dissenting minister on board.

12th- Boisterous morning, and very cold with strong wind. Log, 12.1/2 knots and hour, 289 miles for the 24 hours,total 1,014. The day's running short owing to mishap to the engines, which causes us to stop for nearly an hour. At 3 o'clock the wind veered round to the N. and blew very stiff, when up went jibsail, main fly sheet and foretop and top gallant: this sent us along merrily, but caused us to ship a great deal of water, and sent everybody below. sighted a fine barque off our port bow, outward bound. A rough night, and all glad to get to bed.

13th- A beautiful morning, the sun very warm, and everybody on deck; a refreshing WE. wind makes it very pleasant; no sickness, and so far the best day we have had. The day which broke so well turned out worse than all previous ones, rain coming down incessantly from noon, which made everybody appear miserable, and obliged to turn in early. Distance run for the day 315 miles, total 1,329 miles.

14th- An uneventful day. As we approach the banks of Newfoundland it grows colder. Several vessels are now seen cod-fishing. Total distance run 1,629.

15th- A bitter cold morning. A very large iceberg is seen on the starboard. As we get nearer the Gulf of St. Lawrence ice is seen all round, very beautiful to look at, but very dangerous to come in contact with. Heaving of log indicates 12.1/2 knots, 300 for the day, total 1,929 miles.

16th- A dense fog, and obliged to stop, for we have lumps of ice all round us. To-night we have made no headway, and are anxiously looking for morning and a clearing, for, what with cold damp fog, and the weird, monotonous fog whistle, there is a gloom over the whole ship.

17th- Still very thick, and we have not moved many miles for 30 hours, having steered 60 miles S. of Cape Race to avoid the ice, and lost sixteen hours by fog. At 10 a.m. a sharp N.E. wind, and we steam away at 14.1/2 knots, and soon sight land for the first time (C. Ray, Newfoundland)- a very welcome sight. To-night we have two grand concerts, myself being invited into the saloon for the first time, when I met with a very cordial reception. I played two pianoforte solos, which were rapturously encored, amidst the regrets of the saloon passengers that they did not know me earlier on the voyage. They recompensed me to the tune of 1 10s.

18th, Sunday- Church Service this morning in the saloon; I presided at piano; the same evening, and again received a handsome present. Landed mails at Rimouski at 2 p.m. Distance for the day 310 miles.

19th- Anchored. Daylight shows that fine old city of Quebec on our right, and the wharf of St. Lewis on our left, where we land at 8.30 a.m. And now comes a scene of confusion; strewn about everywhere are emigrants, baggage, &c., waiting for examination by Customs officers. Here is seen a string of emigrants for Canada filing into the free pass quarter. Having got our baggage checked, we go into the town, a poor place indeed, and mostly French. The petty hotel keepers go touting about for victims, and using every possible dodge to plunder innocents. I should advise anyone coming by this route to keep a sharp look out at this place. The day is beautifully fine, the sun beaming hot, even while we hold snow in our hands, at 5.30 p.m. We take train by the Grand Trunk Railway for Prescott, Ontario, 284 miles from Port Levis. On our route we stopped at Richmond (96 miles), being detained by a fire at the next station, which, with the surrounding buildings, is entirely destroyed: we pass unpleasantly near it, so much so that we can feel the heat of the flames. We next stop at Montreal (172 miles), where there is a free breakfast provided for all Canadian immigrants. We are carried in by the crowd, but are soon ejected, having tickets for the States. We now cross the river St. Lawrence by the great tubular bridge, that grand specimen of engineering skill by the famous G. Stephenson. Arrived at Prescott, a small town pleasantly situated on the St. Lawrence, but seems a poor place, and very meagrely lit up with petroleum. We cross the river at 2 p.m. on the

20th, and land on the soil of the United States for the first time at the picturesque port of Ogdensburg. We again pass the Customs all right, and steam away for Syracuse by the Rome, Watertown, and Ogdensburg Railroad. I cannot help mentioning the magnificent railway cars: it is like sitting is some beautiful cushioned saloon, elaborately fitted up with gold and velvet. There is every convenience for drinking, &c., inside the cars. The conductors are very attentive and a smart staff of men. We arrive at our destination at 10 p.m., and are welcomed by our friends with joyous hospitality, and entertained in thorough American fashion.

We must not forget to say that the food supply on the ship was excellent and abundant, and the water specially good.

We were pleased to notice amongst the passengers 64 girls of different ages sent out by that institution headed by Mrs Birt. We wish them all happy homes.

Yours most respectfully,
Farrow Tindall

Source: Driffield Times 14 June 1884
Peter6 Posted - 08 Jun 2011 : 10:03:59 AM
DEATHS

At the residence of her daughter, 202, West Colvin Street, Syracuse, New York, April 15th, aged 65 years, Annie Elizabeth, widow of the late Professor Tindall, formerly of Driffield.

Source: Driffield Times 9 May 1908

Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 9:49:19 PM
With reference to Ian's mention of smallpox

In 1864 a smallpox outbreak in Driffield spread to the workhouse which lacked an isolation ward in which to place those affected. This, together with overcrowding, and the lack of space for extending the buildings, led to a decision in 1865 to erect a new workhouse on a new site.

Source: http://www.workhouses.org.uk/Driffield/
Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 9:06:09 PM
Deaths Mar QTR 1854 District: Driffield Vol 9d Page 165

Ann Tindall

Source: Free BMD
Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 9:00:54 PM
Births Dec QTR 1842 District: Driffield Vol 23 Page 43

Farrah Tindall

Source: Free BMD
Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 8:22:58 PM
Commercial
Adamson Henry, joiner, Eastgate
Adamson John, shopkeeper, Shady lane
Akam Thompson, Railway Hotel, 5 Middle street south
Akester William, gardener, Shady lane
Allanson James, William & Richard, farmers, Kendale
Allanson William, farmer, Danes dale
Allison Matthew, butcher, 71 Westgate
Allman Thomas, boot & shoe dlr & smith, 39 Middle st sth
Alton Alfred, engineer, 56 Eastgate south
Ambler James, shopkeeper, 83 Middle street south
Anfield William, millwright, Factory lane
Angas Henry, agent, Millfield
Appleby John, shopkeeper, Middle street
Armstrong Jas Salkeld, shopkeeper & cowkeeper, North end
Arnold William, beer retailer, North end
Ashbridge A.G.H., millwright, Eastgate
Asher James, pharmaceutical & dispensing chemist & aerated water manufacturer, 15 Market plc
Atkinson Jane (Mrs), linen draper, 98 Middle st south
Atkinson Joseph, shopkeeper, North end
Auty John William, milliner, 21 Middle street south
Barker William, hosier & linen draper, 67 Middle street south
Barmby John, draper, 5 Market Plc
Barnett James, earthenware dealer, 69 Middle Street south
Batty Henry, grocer & provisional dealer, 15 George street
Beal Joseph, beer retailer, Shady lane
Beilby George, tailor, West Promenade
Bell Jane (Mrs), school, Lockwood street
Belt Thompson, licenced to let post horses & farrier, Doctor's lane
Bentley John, cattle dealer, 99 Westgate
Berriman James, joiner, George street
Berriman John, carter, north end
Berry Joseph, timber & raff merchant, wood turner, sawyer & builder, Albion steam saw mills
Berry Rebecca (Mrs), Spread Eagle, 1 Exchange street
Binnington Saml, tea dealer, Exchange street
Blanshard James, brick & tile maker, Nafferton road
Boak Matthew, artist, photographer & fancy repository, George St house & at 4 Promenade, Bridlington Quay
Bookless Eleanor (Mrs), refreshment rooms, Railway station
Bordass James, chemist & druggist, 3 Market place
Boston Frederick, grocer, 20 Middle street south
Botterill Henry, solicitor, clerk to the board of guardians & superintendent registrar, 17 Exchange street
Bottomley Samuel, tobacco pipe maker, Bridge street
Bradshaw William, nurseryman, Factory lane
Brigham & Sons, bone mill, River head
Brigham Frederick J, Solicitor & registrar of births, deaths & marriages, New road
Brown George & Son, curriers, 33 Middle street north
Brown John, White Horse & blacksmith, 64 Middle street north
Brown Thomas, shopkeeper, 21 Church street
Brown Wm, eating house & boot & shoe dealer, 47 Middle street north
Bruce Charles, seedsman, York road
Bryer Rev Richard, boarding & day school, Shady lane
Butterfield William, shoe maker, Market place
Byas David, corn merchant, beverley road
Campbell Hugh, agent for the London & Yorkshire Bank Limited & for the Queen Insurane Co. Market Plc
Carr William, London Inn, 24 Market plc
Cattle Augustus, grocer, 53 Middle street north
Cattle Mary Ann (Miss), milliner & dress maker, 57 Eastgate north
Chalmers Arthur James, dyer, 22 Exchange street
Chapman John, sack manufacturer, 41 Middle street south
Clark Joseph, chemist & druggist, 48 Market place
Clark Willam, Full Measure tavern, 16 Mill street
Clark William Jarratt, ironmonger, Market Place
Coates James, furniture dealer & town crier, 38 Exchange street
Collingwood Henry, confectioner, 17 Market place
Conyers John, gun maker, 17 Middle street south
Cooper Thomas, shopkeeper, 30 Eastgate south
Co-operative Provident & Industrial Society (Porter Nelson, sec), Doctor's lane
Copley William, shopkeeper, 19 Eastgate north
Cotton Sarah (Mrs), confectioner, 45 Middle street north
Craven Joshua, farmer, Nafferton road
Crooks Richard, hair dresser, 73 Middle street south
Dandy William, joiner, Bridge Street
Dawson Charles, blacksmith, machinist & agricultural implement maker, York road
Dawson Thomas, corn factor & coal & spirit mer. River head
Deighton Richard, butcher, Westgate
Destner George, pork butcher, 39 Market place
Dickinson George, Mariners' inn & shopkeeper, Eastgate
Dickison Thomas, joiner & builder, Eastgate south
Dobson John, saddler, 6 Market Place
Donkin William, bacon factor, 8 Exchange street
Doughty Henry, painter, Adelphi street
Dowson Samuel, millwright, Harland Lane
Driffield Cottage Hospital (John Davey Eames, L.R.C.P. EDIN; David Ridpath, M.D.; Alfred Scotchburn & Rd Wood, M.D.
hon, Medical attendants), Nafferton road
Driffield & East Riding Agricultural Society (Fred John Brigham, sec), 55 Market Place
Driffield & East Riding Benefit Building Society (William Dunn, sec), 55 Market Place
Driffield & East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Co. Limited (Richard Davison, sec)
Driffield Express (Tom Turner, proprietor; published every Saturday), Market Place
Driffield Navigation Co (James Milnes Jennings, clerk; James Walker, collector of dues), River Head
Driffield Observer (Thomas Holderness, publisher; published every Friday). 38 Middle street south
Driffield Times & General Advertiser (George Robert Jackson, proprietor & publisher; published every Friday)
Exchange street; established 1860
Dring Martha (Mrs), brush & basket dlr, 44 Middle st north
Dry Francis, tailor & draper, 11 Market place
Dry William, joiner, Middle street north
Duggleby W.W. & S., millers & corn merchants, Poundsworth mills
Dunn John, builder, brick ma., lime burner & farmr. Factory Lane
Dunn John, farmer, 46 Eastgate south
Dunn John, jun, timber merchant, 42 Middle street north
Dunn Willam, solicitor, 55 Market Place
Dunning George, farmer, Field House
Dunthorn George, bricklayer, Shady lane
Dyson John, woollen merchant, Black Swan yard
Eames John Davey, L.R.C.P. Surgeon, 24 Middle st north
Easingwood John, grocer, Bridge street
East Riding Bank, branch of (Henry Pearson, agent), Middle street; open 10 to 3; market days 10 to 5;
sat 10 to 1; draw on Glyn, Milles, Currie & Co, London
East Yorks Rifle Volunteers (8th) (W. Wigmore, capt), Mill st
Eglin William. Cowkeeper, 60 Middle st north
Elgey James, chemist & grocer, Market Place
England Annie (Miss), fancy repository, 40 Middle st north
England Kirby, Bay Horse, North end
England William, farmer, 6 Middle street north
Escritt Jane (Mrs), seed merchant, Albion Mill lane
Ezard Thos Fowler, watch maker & Jeweller, 60 Market Place
Farrah Charles E, shopkeeper, 78 Middle street south
Farthing Stephen, painter, 11 Church street
Fawcett Benjamin, printer & publisher, Eastgate south
Fawcett George, engraver, Beverley road
Field Edward, shoe maker, Chapel lane
Foley Geo Moore, agricultural implement ma. Middle st north
Foster Thomas & Son, funiture dealers, 43 Middle st north
Foster, Tonge & Son, solicitors, Exchange street
Foster Thomas, butcher, 13 Exchange street
Foster William, architect, 43 Middle street north
Foster William L, watch maker, Westgate
Francis Annie E (Mrs), tobacconist, 19 Mill street
Furnandiz Thos, pork butcher & marine store dealer, 26 Middle st south
Gage Moses, bricklayer & shopkeeper, Scarborough road
Garfit Francis, travelling draper, 33 Eastgate north
Garratt Alred, watch maker, Middle street
Garton Benjamin, shopkeeper, 9 Exchange street
Garwood William Mason, Buck, 1 Market Place
Gas Works (Robert Tonge, solicitor sec), Eastgate
Gibson Edward, iron & brass founder, 22 Middle street north
Gibson Welford, tailor, 10 Church street
Goldin James, Lodging house keeper, 17 Bridge street
Grassam William, painter & paper hanger, 16 Exchange street
Hall Mary Ann (Miss), dress maker, 58 Eastgate north
Hall Willam Henry, plumber, painter & paper hanger, 16 Exchange street
Hance Joseph, saddler, 59 Market place
Hardwick George Drinkrow, tea dealer, 60 Middle st south
Harrison Jas & Sons, corn merchants & millers, River head
Harrison John, auctioneer & furniture dealer, Middle street
Harrison Mary (Mrs), greengrocer & registry office, 68 Middle street south
Harrison Matthew, butcher, 71 Westgate
Harrison Thomas, earthenware dealer & cabinet maker, 34 & 35 Middle street north
Hart John, upholsterer, 7 Mill street
Hart Sarah Emma (Miss), dress maker, 7 Mill street
Hawley & Co, tailors and clothiers, 38 Middle street north
Hewson Alfred, tobacconist & cigar merchant, 82 Middle street south
Hewson George Henry, brewer, River head
Hickson Jane (Mrs), shopkeeper, 88 Middle street south
Hickson Jhn, stone & monumental mason, 980 Middle st south
Hickson William, stone mason, Middle street south
Hillerby Robert, shopkeeper, Westgate
Hird Samuel (Mrs), shopkeeper, 55 North road
Hodgson Charity (Mrs), Queens head, 33 Market Place
Hodgson Frederick, draper, 55 Middle street south
Holderness Alfred, upholsterer, 48 Middle street south
Holderness Thomas, printer & bookseller & publisher of the 'Driffield Observer,' 38 Middle st sth
Holtby Mary (Mrs), brewer & maltster, Eastgate
Hopper Ann (Mrs), Keys hotel, Market place
Hopper George, cooper, 72 Middle street south
Hornby Joseph, joiner & wheelwright, 15 Church street
Hoskisson John, toy & fancy repository, 24 Middle st north
Hostick William, chimney sweeper, 53 Eastgate north
Houghey Martha (Mrs), berlin wool repository, 20 Exchange street
Howden William (exors of), brewer, Middle street south
Hudson Butler, tobacconist, 37 Middle street north
Hudson Charles, beer retailer, Church lane
Jackson Charles, grocer, 21 Middle street north
Jackson George, mineral water manufacturer, Shady lane
Jackson George Robert, bookseller, stationer, printer, music seller & pianoforte dealer, Exchange str
Jefferson Thomas, Langley Arms & brewer, River head
Jennings Wigmore & Trigg, solicitors, Exchange street
Jennings James Milnes (firm of Jennings, Wigmore & Trigg), solicitor & coroner for the county, Exchange st
Jessop Edward, wine and spirit merchant, 62 Market place
Jewison Alfred William, Tiger, 65 Market place
Johnson James, Falcon, 57 Market place
Johnson John Bradley, coach builder, Bridge street
Jowsey John, butcher, 86 Middle street south
Julian John, joiner & builder, Doctor's lane
Kirby Ann Elizabeth (Mrs), Bell Hotel, Market place
Kirby Robert Benson, jeweller & watch maker, 18 Mill street
Kirby Thomas Tindall, auctioneer, 26 Exchange street
Kitcher William, greengrocer, 51 Middle street north
Lamplough Mary (Miss), dressmaker, Scarborough road
Lamplough William, butcher, 64 Market Place
Lance Hannah Elizabeth (Mrs), gro. & provn. Dlr, 41 Market place
Latus John Sawyer, confectioner, 18 Exchange street
Layton William, shopkeeper, North end
Leadley George, boot & shoe maker, 27 Middle st south
Leadley Joseph, boot maker, 19 Exchange street
Leaper Eliz (Miss), dress maker, Westgate
Leason Willam, builder & contractor, 36 Middle st south
Levitt Emanuel, pawnbroker, 42 & 43 Middle st south
Lidster William (farmer), Spellowgate
London & Yorkshire Bank Limited (branch of), Hugh Campbell, manager, Market Plc; open 10 to 3;
market days, 10 to 5; saturdays 10 to 1; draw on union Bank of London
Lovel Francis, butcher, 63 Middle street south
Lownsbrough William, seedsman, Eastgate
Lundy & Son, saddlers, 21 Mill street
Lydon Alexander Francis, artist, Beverley road
Lyon George, coal dealer, Chapel lane
McBen William, fishmonger, North end
Marshall Henry & Son, corn millers, King's mill
Marshall Thomas Greenfield, agent for the York City & County Bank, Market place
Mathers William, basket maker, 54 Westgate
Matthews Francis Cook, Son & Co, manufacturing & agricultural chemists, artificial manure & corn & linseed cake manufacturers, Eastgate
Maw John, chimney sweeper, Church lane
Maynard Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper, 26 Westgate
Maynard David, shopkeeper, 75 Westgate
Mechanics' Institute (Richard C Brown & Geo Meek, secs), Exchange street
Meek George, tailor, 20 Middle street north
Meek Japheth, hairdresser, 54 & 55 Market place
Merkin Richard, tailor, George street
Middlewood David, gardener, 64 Eastgate north
Miller Isaac, blacksmith, 63 Middle street north
Miller James, tinner and umbrella maker, 95 Middle street south
Miller Joseph, horse dealer, Shady lane
Miller Thomas, tin plate worker, Middle street south
Moate John, shopkeeper, River head
Monkman William, grocer, 55 Middle street north
Moody Ellen (Mrs), millnr & straw bonnet ma. Middle st south
Moody George, joiner, 96 Middle street south
Moody Joseph, tailor & draper, 54 Middle street north
Moody Mathias, boot & shoe maker, 33 Middle street south
Moody Thomas William, joiner, Lockwood street
Morris Richard, butcher, 20 Mill street
Morris William Anderson, tailor, 7 Exchange street
Mortimer John Rt, corn & manure mercht. Middle st sth
Naylor Henry, joiner & wheelwright, 69 Middle st north
Ness Robert, farmer, Spellowgate
Nettleton Richard, shopkeeper, Washington Street
Newlove William, butcher, 70 Middle street south
Nichols William, dairyman, Spellowgate
Nicholson Robert, boot & shoe maker, 49 Middle street south
Nipe William Edmund, grocer & corn dealer, 98 Westgate
Nornabell Mathias, farmer, The Wold
O'Connor Eliza (Mrs), milliner, 81 Middle street south
Ostler Robert & Sons, tailor, 16 Market Place
Parman, John H, watchmaker, 6 Exchange street
Pearson Henry B, agent for the East Riding Bank, Middle street
Pettler William, grocer, 15 Mill street
Pickering Thomas & Sons, Ironmongers, ironfounders & implement makers, Market Place
Pickering George, tailor, 4 Market place
Pickering George Henry, boot & shoe maker, 9 Market place
Pickering John, seedsman & gardener, 22 Mill street
Pinkney Thomas, harness maker, 41 Middle street north
Potter Charles, linen draper, 2 Market place
Potts George, lodging house keeper, 62 Middle street north
Potts Robert, shopkeeper, 26 Mill street
Purdon William George, boot & shoe maker, 56 Middle street south & 42 Market place
Railton John & Son, coal dealers, Eastgate
Railton John, grocer, 46 Middle street south
Ransom Jane (Mrs), Black Swan, Market Place
Rawlinson John, grocer & agent for W & A Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants, 58 Market place
Raylor John, shopkeeper, 11 Middle street south
Raylor Jonathan & Thomas, tanners, Shady lane
Raylor Thomas, grocer, 15 Exchange street
Rayner John, shopkeeper, 33 & 40 Eastgate north
Reaston Eliza (Miss), Ladies boarding school, 10 Exchange street
Richardson John, carpenter, 107 Westgate
Rickatson Henry, confectioner, 85 Exchange street south
Ridpath, David, M.D. Surgeon, 14 New road
Ridsdale Richard, tailor, 32 Eastgate north
Riley John, furniture dealer, 1 Middle street south
Roberts George, tallow chandler, 4 Exchange street
Roberts William, coach builder, 10 Market place
Robinson John & Sons, woollen & linen drapers, grocers & tea dealers, cheese & bacon factors & tallow chandlers
52 & 53 market place
Robinson John, butcher & game dealer, 36 Middle st north
Robinson John Thomas, farmer, Eastfield
Robson Betsy (Mrs), shopkeeper, Washington street
Robson Edward Albert, outfitter, Market place
Ross James & Co, wholesale & retail linen & woollen draper, 54 & 58 Middle street south
Ross Ann (Miss), seminary, Doctors lane
Ross Geo Thompson, inland revenue officer, Elma vil. Shady lane
Ross Lewis Buttle, chemist, 7 Middle steet south
Rounding William, shoeing smith, 12 Middle street south
Rudd Thomas, wheelwright, Church street
Sanders Sarah (Miss), stay maker, 28 Middle street south
Sanderson Sarah (Miss), umbrella maker, Middle street south
Sanderson William printer & stationer, 36 Market place
Sargenet Dorsey, grocer & draper, 12 Market place
Savings Bank (Willliam Taylor, actuary), Exchange street
Sawdon John, machinist, Middle street north
School Board (James M Jennings, chairman; William Wigmore, clerk)
Scotchburn Alfred, surgeon, Middle street north
Scotchburn William, linen draper, 47 Market place
Sedman Richard, shopkeeper, Scarborough Road
Sedman Thomas, shopkeeper, 106 Westgate
Seller Wm Sherwood, chemist & druggist, 59 Middles street south
Sellers Dewell, horse dealer, 51 Eastgate north
Shepherdson George & Son, cabinet makers & undertakers, 46 Middle street north
Shepherdson Edward, Little Red Lion, Church lane
Shepherdson Jane Elizth (Mrs), tobcnst, 44 Middle st south
Shepherdson John Frank, building surveryor, 46 Middle st north
Sherwood John, tailor, Washington street
Sherwood Maria (Mrs), farmer
Shipley Mary (Mrs), tea agent, 89 Middle street south
Simpkin Robert, blacksmith, Bridge street
Simpson Lancelot, Red Lion, Middle street north
Simpson Marmaduke, draper, 22 Market place
Southwick Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper, Harland lane
Spencer Alfred, grocer & confectioner, 39 Exchange street
Spencer William, grocer, 19 Middle street north
Stabler Daniel, painter & millwright, George street
Stabler Jacob, painter, 33 Market place
Stabler Jane (Mrs), stay maker, 45 Middle street south
Stephenson Ann (Mrs), ladies' outfitter, 52 Middle st south
Stockdale Thomas, watchmaker & jeweller, 61 Middle st south
Stott Arthur Henry, coach builder, Westgate
Sumner William Peter, relieving officer, Eastgate north
Taylor's Patent Sewing Machine Co Ltd (W. Taylor, manager), Eastgate
Taylor James, coal dealer, Church lane
Taylor John, timber merchant, George Street
Taylor William, farmer, Wolds house
Teal Ralph, grocer & china & earthenware dlr, 49 Market plc
Temple Elijah, marine store dealer, Bridge street
Temple Hannah (Mrs), shopkeeper, 16 Middle street north
Temple John, grocer & corn dealer, 53 Middle street north
Temple Michael, grocer, 21 Market place
Thurlow Joseph, Golden Fleece, 22 Middle street south
Tindall Farrah, pianoforte & music dealer, 2 Exchange street
Tonge Robert (firm, Foster, Tonge & Son), solicitor & registrar of county court & clerk to the Gas co, Exchange st
Trigg Thos Haddon, solicitor, see Jennings, Wigmore & Twigg
Tucker Samuel, ironmonger, 8 Market Place
Turner John William, bookseller, brick & tile maker & brewer, Market place
Varley George William, grocer, 56 Market place
Veitch William, tea dealer & draper, Beverley road
Verity Charles, jun, shopkeeper, 137 Middle street south
Verity Thomas, shopkeeper, River head
Waits Atkin & Edward, joiners, Middle street south
Waits John, shopkeeper, 10 Middle street south
Waits William, tailor, 58 Westgate
Walker Joseph, carman, Shadly lane
Walker Michael, butcher, 36 Exchange street
Ward Elizabeth (Mrs), shopkeeper, 97 Middle street south
Ward Henry, painter & decorator, 35 Market place
Warters Thomas, Nags Head, 49 Middle street north
Watson Benjamin, shoe maker, 48 Westgate
Watson John, shoe maker, 24 Mill street
Watson Sarah (Mrs), dress maker, Brook street
Weatherill John, rope & sheep netting manuf, Beverley lane
Webster Joseph. Cattle medicine maker, Beverley road
Welbourn Solomon, shopkeeper, 53 Eastgate south
Whitaker Thomas Dyson, accountant & sub-distributor of stamps, New road
White Luke, solicitor, 8 Exchange street
Whitehand James, garndener & seedsman, 5 George street
Whiting Ann (Mrs), milliner, 79 Middle street south
Whiting David, Ironmonger & tinman, 40 Middle st south
Whiting George, grocer, 29 Market place
Whiting William, joiner, 79 Middle street south
Wigmore Edward, solicitor, 11 Exchange street
Wigmore William, solicitor, see Jennings, Wigmore & Twigg
Wildon Annie (Mrs), milliner & ladies outfitter, 66 Middle street south
Wildon John, temperance hotel & tailor, 80 Middle street south
Williams Thomas, wholesale grocer, Exchange street
Wilson George, painter & paper hanger, 29 Exchange street
Wilson Jacob, clothier, 17 Mill street
Wilson James, draper, 31 Market place
Wilson Jane (Mrs), boarding school, Lockwood street
Wilson Thomas, builder & shopkeeper, 35 Middle street south
Wilson Thomas, draper, 40 Market place
Winter Fennel, Blue Bell, River Head
Witty William, corn miller, Albion mill lane
Wood Richard, M.D., surgeon, Beverley lane
Wood Thomas, boot & shoe maker, 7 Market place
Woodmansey Richard, Star, 21 Exchange street
Wrigglesworth John, corn miller, Bell mills
Wright John, upholsterer, Cross hill
York City & County Bank (branch of), (Thomas Greenfield Marshall, manager), Market place, draw on Barnetts, Hoares & Co, London
York Union Bank (branch of), (Charles Forbes Sharp, manager), Market place, open 10 to 3; market days 10 to 5;
Saturday 10 to 1; draw on Glyn & Co, London
Young Archibold Octamus, 18 Middle street north
Young William Henry, wholesale grocer, Adelphi street

Source: Extract from: KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF DRIFFIELD 1879
Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 8:14:38 PM
DRIFFIELD

MECHANICS' AND LITERARY INSTITUTION.- The last of a series on entertainments, under the management of the committe of the above institution, came off in the Assembly Rooms on Tuesday evening last, under the patronage of Count Batthyany, C. H. Reynard, Esq., and the elite of the town and neighbourhood. The attendance on this occasion was larger than any previous one, and the programme (consisting of music, recitations, and reading) was gone through in a creditable manner, many of the songs being encored.......................Mr. Farrah Tindall presided at the pianoforte.

Source: DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE .
The Hull Packet and East Riding Times (Hull, England), Friday, March 18, 1870; Issue 4442.

Category: News

Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 7:52:16 PM
Deaths

January 10, aged 42 years, the wife of Mr. Farrow Tindall

Source: Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries .
The Hull Packet and East Riding Times (Hull, England), Friday, January 20, 1854; Issue 3603.

Category: Birth, death, marriage notices
Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 7:43:28 PM
I am wondering how the under-noted fits in the scheme of things because an examination of the 1881 census (age of children and name of father in law) reveals some anomalies ! More research required:

Marriages Jun QTR 1871 District: Driffield Vol 9d Page 465

Farrow Tindall = Ann Elizabeth Goodhill

Source: Free BMD

Peter6 Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 06:18:08 AM
Hi Ian,

Excellent, I thought it would wet your appetite !

Kind regards,

Peter
Ian Soanes Posted - 07 Jun 2011 : 12:31:41 AM
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Admin: Could you possibly alert grayflame to these updates?
[An internet search suggests that a "grayflame" of Kenosha, Wisconsin was still around as late as last September.]

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Hi Peter.

I love the way you dig out these old postings. This one took my fancy and I've enjoyed a few hours unpicking the family - successfully I hope!

Let's hope grayflame gets to see all the new postings

The name Farrow is recorded in the Tindall family variously as Farrow, Farrah and Farrar. The origin of the name may be as follows.

User-posted entries on Family Search (IGI) are notoriously inaccurate but an analysis of these suggests a balance of probabilities that William Tindall married Isabella Farrow in 1791 in York

William Tindall was probably born about 1770 in Yorkshire, son of John and Margaret Tindall, and may have died in 1846.

Isabella Farrow was probably born on 12 Dec 1770 in York, daughter of William and Elizabeth Farrow.

IGI suggests that William and Isabella may have had the following children, including Farrow Tindall (senior).

GEORGE TINDAL
Birth: 29 MAY 1792 York, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1852
Father: WILLIAM TINDAL Mother: ISABELLA FARROW

MARY TINDAL
Birth: 13 FEB 1793 York, Yorkshire, England
Death: 26 JUL 1858
Father: WILLIAM TINDAL Mother: ISABELLA FARROW

ELIZABETH TINDAL
Birth: 08 MAY 1800 York, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1830
Father: WILLIAM TINDAL Mother: ISABELLA FARROW

WILLIAM TINDAL
Birth: 20 JUN 1803 York, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1880
Father: WILLIAM TINDAL Mother: ISABELLA FARROW

FANNY TINDAL
Birth: 01 SEP 1805 York, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1880
Father: WILLIAM TINDAL Mother: ISABELLA FARROW

FANNY TINDALL
Christening: 09 SEP 1806 Great Driffield, Yorkshire, England
Father: WILLIAM TINDALL Mother: ISABELLA

FARROW TINDALL
Birth: 01 DEC 1809
Christening: 31 DEC 1809 Skerne, Yorkshire, England
Father: WILLIAM TINDALL Mother: ISABELLA

In 1841 William and Isabella Tindall were living in York. Shortly afterwards they appear to have moved to the Driffield area, probably to be near their son Farrow, and where probable deaths were registered, in 1849 and 1847 respectively.

1841 Census // Ash Tree Farm, Middlethorpe, York, Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

William // Tindale // // 65 // abt 1776 // Male // // Yorkshire // Farmer
Isabella // Tindale // // 75 // abt 1766 // Female // // Yorkshire //
James // Danill // // 20 // abt 1821 // Male // // Yorkshire // Agricultural Labourer

England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1915
Name: Isabella Tindall
Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1847
Registration district: Driffield
Inferred County: Yorkshire East Riding
Volume: 23
Page: 29

England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1915
Name: William Tindall
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1849
Registration district: Driffield
Inferred County: Yorkshire East Riding
Volume: 23
Page: 26

Farrow Tindall, otherwise known as John Farrow Tindall, married in 1831 and died in 1860.

IGI
JOHN FARROW TINDALE
Spouse: ANN COLLISON
Marriage: 26 NOV 1831 Great Driffield, Yorkshire, England

IGI
John Farrow Tindal
Birth: 01 DEC 1809 Dearne [sic Skerne], , Yorkshire, England
Death: 22 JUN 1860
Father: William Tindal Mother: Isabel Farrow

England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1915
Name: Farrow Tindall
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1860
Registration district: Driffield
Inferred County: Yorkshire East Riding
Volume: 9d
Page: 173

The census records [See below] show that (John) Farrow Tindall and Ann Collison had at least seven children, including Farrow Tindall (junior) born in 1842.

England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915
Name: Farrah Tindall
Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1842
Registration district: Driffield
Inferred County: Yorkshire - East Riding
Volume: 23
Page: 43
[I like the idea that Farrow's father (John Farrow) went to register his son's birth and pronounced his name as "Farra" in a broad Yorkshire accent, resulting in his registration as "Farrah".]

Sadly, the census records also show that Farrow (junior) contracted smallpox sometime between 1851 and 1861, resulting in his losing his sight. In spite of this disability, he became a music professor, married, had children and, as Peter6 has posted, emigrated to the USA.

1841 Census // Middle Street, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

Farrah [Farrow] // Tindal // // 30 // abt 1811 // Male // // Yorkshire // Engineer
Ann // Tindal // // 25 // abt 1816 // Female // // Yorkshire //
Richard // Tindal // // 9 // abt 1832 // Male // // Yorkshire //
Jane // Tindal // // 7 // abt 1834 // Female // // Yorkshire //
William // Tindal // // 4 // abt 1837 // Male // // Yorkshire //
Elizabeth // Tindal // // 1 // abt 1840 // Female // // Yorkshire //

1851 Census // Doctors Lane, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

John F [John Farrow] // Tindall // Head // 41 // abt 1810 // Male // Skerne // Yorkshire // Engine Driver
Ann // Tindall // Wife // 38 // abt 1813 // Female // Sledmere // Yorkshire //
Richard // Tindall // Son // 19 // abt 1832 // Male // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Blacksmith
William // Tindall // Son // 14 // abt 1837 // Male // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Elizabeth // Tindall // Daughter // 11 // abt 1840 // Female // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Farrow // Tindall // Son // 8 // abt 1843 // Male // Great Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Jane // Tindall // Daughter // 5 // abt 1846 // Female // Great Driffield // Yorkshire //
Robert // Tindall // Son // 2 // abt 1849 // Male // Great Driffield // Yorkshire //

1861 Census // Wilberforce School for the Blind, Marygate, St Olave, York, Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

Thomas // Trigg // Head // 32 // abt 1829 // Male // Chelsea // Middlesex // Master
Mary // Trigg // Wife // 27 // abt 1834 // Female // Chelsfield // Kent // Matron
Albertinia // Thompson // Schoolmistress // 55 // abt 1806 // Female // Lambeth // Surrey // Schoolmistress
Mary // Anderson // Cook // 45 // abt 1816 // Female // Fulford // Yorkshire // Cook
Mary // Tweedy // Servant // 20 // abt 1841 // Female // Sutton On Forest // Yorkshire // Housemaid
Jane // Drake // Servant // 21 // abt 1840 // Female // // Yorkshire // Housemaid
Elizabeth // Wyrill // Servant // 20 // abt 1841 // Female // Farlington // Yorkshire // Sewing Maid
Elizabeth // Taylor // Servant // 18 // abt 1843 // Female // Allerston // Yorkshire // Sewing Maid
Elizabeth // Porteus // Servant // 15 // abt 1846 // Female // // Yorkshire // Kitchen Maid
Sarah // Smith // Pupil // 37 // abt 1824 // Female // Halifax // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Martha // Knowles // Pupil // 39 // abt 1822 // Female // // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Lavinia // Dryden // Pupil // 18 // abt 1843 // Female // Huddersfield // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Mary A // Whitehead // Pupil // 16 // abt 1845 // Female // Jump // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Alice // Rounthwaite // Pupil // 18 // abt 1843 // Female // Ripon // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Edna // Jackson // Pupil // 18 // abt 1843 // Female // Elland // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind from Birth)
Ann // Gossip // Pupil // 14 // abt 1847 // Female // Hull // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Martha E // Mitchell // Pupil // 19 // abt 1842 // Female // Huddersfield // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind from Birth)
Selina // Bentley // Pupil // 14 // abt 1847 // Female // Hill Top // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Mary // Coates // Pupil // 12 // abt 1849 // Female // Lampton // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
[24 more pupils]
William // Atkinson // Pupil // 16 // abt 1845 // Male // Weaverthorpe // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind from Birth)
Farrow // Tindall // Pupil // 18 // abt 1843 // Male // Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
Fred // Oldfield // Pupil // 13 // abt 1848 // Male // Sheffield // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
John // Micklethwaite // Pupil // 17 // abt 1844 // Male // Claxton // Yorkshire // Scholar (Blind)
[24 more pupils]
[Total: 62 blind pupils ]

Wilberforce School for the Blind
The Wilberforce Memorial, the charity behind the Yorkshire School for the Blind, was set up in response to the death of William Wilberforce in 1833 out of a desire to honour his memory and good works in as fitting a manner as possible. Wilberforce had represented Yorkshire as an MP for 28 years and was an influential voice for the movement to abolish the slave trade.
It was decided that the establishment of a benevolent institution would best reflect and honour a man widely known for his own benevolence and the committee appointed to carry out the proposals finally decided upon a school for the education and training of the indigent blind.
See http://www.york.ac.uk/library/borthwick/projects-exhibitions/equality/disability/wilberforce-school-for-the-blind/ for the full article.

1871 Census // New Road, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

William // Grassam // Head // 51 // abt 1820 // Male // Driffield // Yorkshire // Master Painter employing 1 man
Hannah // Grassam // Wife // 40 // abt 1831 // Female // Bishop Monkton // Yorkshire //
Mary J // Grassam // Daughter // 11 // abt 1860 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Eliza // Grassam // Daughter // 8 // abt 1863 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Fanny I // Grassam // Daughter // 5 // abt 1866 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Farrah [Farrow] // Tindall // Boarder // 28 // abt 1843 // Male // Driffield // Yorkshire // Professor of Music (Blind from Small Pox)

1881 Census // 2 Exchange Street, Driffield, East Yorkshire, England
Given Name // Surname // Relationship // Age // Estimated Birth Year // Gender // Birth City // Birth County // Occupation

Farrow // Tindall // Head // 38 // abt 1843 // Male // Driffield // Yorkshire // Musical Professor (Blind)
Annie // Tindall // Wife // 33 // abt 1848 // Female // Lechonfield // Yorkshire //
William // Tindall // Son // 15 // abt 1866 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Teacher Board School
Emily // Tindall // Daughter // 9 // abt 1872 // Female // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Scholar
Annie // Tindall // Daughter // 4 // abt 1877 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire // Scholar
Louse // Tindall // Daughter // 2 // abt 1879 // Female // Driffield // Yorkshire //
William // Laybourne // Father in Law (Widower) // 70 // abt 1811 // Male // Nafferton // Yorkshire // Formerly Tailor

Regards,
Ian
Peter6 Posted - 06 Jun 2011 : 4:40:15 PM
Finding No DDX1408/1/23/651
Extent 1 item
Title Creaser emigration index card relating to Anne Tindall originally of Driffield
Date nd. [late 20th century]
Description Information:
Death Syracuse at residence of daughter 202 West Colven Street 15 Apr 1908
Annie Elizabeth widow of late Proff Tindall formerly of Driffield
Source:
DriffieldTimes 9 May 1908
Access Status Open

Source: East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Record Service (E.R.A.O.)
Peter6 Posted - 06 Jun 2011 : 4:34:28 PM
Finding No DDX1408/1/23/652
Extent 1 item
Title Creaser emigration index card relating to Farrow Tindall originally of Driffield
Date nd. [late 20th century]
Description Information:
Letter Professor Tindalls voyage out to America 23 May 1884
Source:
Driffield Times 14 Jun 1884
Also includes details from the 1851 census returns
(See also Annie Tindall)
See also 1881 census, Exchange Street, Driffield
Access Status Open

Source: East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Record Service (E.R.A.O.)
Peter6 Posted - 06 Jun 2011 : 4:05:51 PM
Household: 1881 census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Farrow TINDALL Head M Male 38 Driffield, York, England Musical Professor
Annie TINDALL Wife M Female 33 Lechonfield, York, England
William TINDALL Son Male 15 Nafferton, York, England Teacher Board School
Emily TINDALL Daur Female 9 Nafferton, York, England Scholar
Annie TINDALL Daur Female 4 Driffield, York, England Scholar
Louse TINDALL Daur Female 2 Driffield, York, England
William LAYBOURNE Father In Law W Male 70 Nafferton, York, England Formerly Tailor

Source Information:
Dwelling Exchange St 2
Census Place Great Driffield, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342157
Public Records Office Reference RG11
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