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Father: Thomas TINLIN

Andrew TINLEN (*ABT 1793 +1863)

Wife 1 : Margaret STEVENSON
  1.  Charles TINLINE (*ABT 1819 +28 Aug 1897)
Wife 2 : Mary BRISTOL
  1.  Thomas Daniel TINLEN (*10 Nov 1822 )
  2. +Jane TINLEN (*26 Nov 1824 +16 Aug 1892)
Wife 3 : Mary Ann BAKER
  1.  Emma TINLEN ( )
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[10543] From Bryan Tinlin:

Andrew Tinlin(e)(g). Born c. 1793 in Stichill Parish, Roxburghshire, son of Thomas Tinlin, a labourer [marr. cert., BSD]. He was a labourer by trade [BSD]. Attested to the service on 14 Aug 1815 at Kelso, Roxburghshire, age 22 [BSD]. He was then 5'11" tall, had a fair complexion, red hair and blue eyes [BSD]. He had a natural son by Margaret Stevenson in c. 1819-20 in Kelso [cen., son’s marriage cert.]. She was born c. 1803 in Lessudden, St. Boswells, Roxburghshire [cen. (not in IGI)]. At first he was a Trooper (Private), then he was promoted to Corporal of Horse on 10 Apr 1833 [BSD]. He was in the 1st Regiment, Life Guards [BSD]. He left the service on 15 Feb 1840 at age 46 1/2 because of a diseased testicle and impaired general health contracted in the service. [BSD] “His conduct has been that of a good, efficient and trustworthy soldier” [BSD]. Probably the Andrew Tinlin who was a witness at the marriage of Margaret Tinlin and Thomas Bell in 1834 in Kelso [reg.]. He married 1st Mary ______ [IGI, her death cert.]. She was born c. 1800 [death cert.]. She died of consumption on 28 Nov 1838 at their residence, 29 Edward Street, Regents Park, London, age 38 [cert.]. In 1841 he was living in Dinton, Wiltshire and was an Army Pensioner [cen.]. He married 2nd Mary Ann Baker on 23 Aug 1841 in Dinton, Wiltshire [cert.]. She was born c. 1803-4 in Dinton, the daughter of John Baker, a blacksmith [cert., calc., not in IGI]. At the time of their marriage, they were both living in Dinton, and he was working as a servant (?) [cert.]. In 1851 they were living in Dinton and he was a pensioner [cen.]. In 1861 they living in Dinton and he was a Chelsea Pensioner [cen.]. He died 2nd quarter 1863 in Wilton District (Wiltshire) [CR]. She was living in Dinton, Wiltshire in 1871 and 1881, a widow, working as a dressmaker [cen.]. She died 1st quarter 1884 in Wilton District (Wiltshire), age 80 [CR]. [Name spelled Tinlen in most places]. Children by Margaret Stevenson: Charles. Children by Mary ______: Thomas Daniel, Jane. Children by Mary Ann Baker: Emma (probably).


[10539] [S156] Marriage certificate of Thomas Arnold and Jane Tinlen

[10540] [S163] Bryan Tinlin

[10541] [S163] Bryan Tinlin

[10542] [S163] Bryan Tinlin