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Eleanor Sievwright

Birth14 MAR 1816 - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Death28 JUL 1905 - Montréal, Quebec, Canada
MotherEleanor Holmes
FatherArchibald SIEVWRIGHT

Born in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland on 14 MAR 1816 to Archibald SIEVWRIGHT and Eleanor Holmes. Eleanor Sievwright married Matthew Tindale and had 10 children. She passed away on 28 JUL 1905 in Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

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Parents
Archibald Sievwright
1769 - 1847
Eleanor Holmes
1786 - 1873
Spouse(s)
Matthew Tindale
1817 - 1891
Children Show all
Mary Elizabeth Tyndale
1841 - 1851
William Henry Tyndale
1843 - 1855
Eleanor Sievwright Tyndale
1848 - 1911
Matthew Tyndale
1859 - 1889
Isaac Sievwright Tyndale
1853 - 1920

Archibald Holmes Tyndale
1846 - 1901
Sarah Agnes Tindale
1864 - 1935
William Henry Tyndale
1855 - 1911
Mary Elizabeth Tindale
1860 - 1902
Mary Tyndale
1850 - 1861

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