Lieutenant Joseph Tindall

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Reference WMO259048


Holy Trinity Church

High Street


BD23 1NJ


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Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
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About the memorial: A memorial to Joseph Tindall, who died in the British East India Company Campaigns.
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sacred to the memory of Lieut: Joseph Tindall of East India Compys Bengal Engineers, third son of William and Ann Tindal of this place; who after a short, but not undistinguished career met the death of a soldier at the memorable seige of Bhurtpore on the 1st January 1826, in the 23rd year of his age: yet not before his talents and acquirements, combined with spirit, heart, manners, conduct of corresponding excellence and promise, had marked him out for future eminence, and made him beyond the common lot respected and beloved. near the spot where he fell a monument erected by his brother officers marks his grave.

Joseph Tindall

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