The Kings Candlesticks - Family Trees
Henry A TYNDALE [24434]
(Abt 1817-)
Harriet Frances GUISE [24435]
(Abt 1819-)
Rev Edmund Francis Guise TYNDALE [24418]
(Abt 1852-1889)


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1. Marcia Louisa EDERSHEIM [13147]

Rev Edmund Francis Guise TYNDALE [24418]

  • Born: Abt 1852, Tatsfield SRY
  • Marriage (1): Marcia Louisa EDERSHEIM [13147] 2 Qtr 1881 in Bridport DOR
  • Died: 11 Dec 1889, New Shoreham SSX aged about 37

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Edmund Francis Luise Tyndale
Birth Date:1853
Marital Status:Single
Marriage Date:23 Apr 1881
Marriage Place:Loders, Loders, Dorset, England
Marriage Age:28
Father:Henry Annesley Tyndale
Spouse:Marcia Louisa Edersheim
FHL Film Number:002427522

Edmund Francis G Tyndale
Estimated birth year:abt 1852
Registration Year:1889
Registration Quarter:Oct-Nov-Dec
Age at Death:37
Registration district:Steyning
Parishes for this Registration District:View Ecclesiastical Parishes associated with this Registration District
Inferred County:Sussex

Sudden Death of the Rev E F G Tyndale.
Many of our readers will have heard with regret of the sudden death of the Rev E F G Tyndale MA, vicar of New Shoreham, Sussex, and a former curate of Aylesbury, where he was much and deservedly esteemed and respected; which took place at his vicarage on December 11. We gleaned from the West Sussex Gazette that as recently as the previous Sunday the vicar conducted the services at the Parish Church. It was only in March last that he was appointed to the living, but since that time he had started many good institutions in the town, and the inhabitants had become thoroughly attached to their new vicar. Dr Fuller had been attending the reverent gentleman who was suffering from an internal complaint, but no fatal result had been anticipated. On Wednesday afternoon, the 11th ult, he was taken suddenly worse, and suffered severe pain, expiring in the evening. Deceased was born in 1852 at the Rectory Tatsfield, Surrey, and was educated at Haileybury College, Hertfordshire. He was first a curate at Wokingham, then removed to Aylesbury, and was subsequently appointed to the living at Headington, Oxfordshire, where he laboured for ten years. He received his MA at Magdalen College Oxford. From Headington he was appointed vicar of New Shoreham. Much sympathy is felt for the widow and five children in the unexpected bereavement. In the course of his sermons at the parish church on Sunday, the Rev E Field (chaplain of Lancing College), who officiated, made feeling allusions to the sudden death of the vicar, and sympathetic reference to the sad event was also made in various nonconformist places of worship. The mortal remains of the deceased clergyman were interred in Holton Churchyard, Oxfordshire, on Tuesday. On Monday there was an early-morning celebration of the Holy Communion at Shoreham Church which was followed at a 8:45 by the first part of the funeral service. The coffin had been carried to the Church prior to the Communion service. At the time appointed there was hardly a vacant place in the sacred edifice. The coffin, which was completely covered with wreaths, was placed on trestles on the chancel floor, in the open space between the new choir seats, this being a part of the numerous alterations as suggested by the deceased, and which are now in course of completion. The officiating clergyman were the Rev J Puttick rector of Kingston by Sea, the Archdeacon of Lewes, and the Rev E E Field, chaplain of Lancing College. Appropriate hymns were sung, and a touching address delivered by the Archdeacon, and at the close of the service the body was carried from the church to the Railway Station by members of the New Shoreham branch of the YMCA followed by a very large number of inhabitants, as well as one of the deceased's brothers, who had with him three of the orphan children. The inscription on the coffin was as follows: "In Memorial. Edmund Francis Guise Tyndall, born 14 July, 1852, died 11 December, 1889."

(From the Guardian)
The church has suffered a severe loss by the sudden and unexpected death of the Rev Edmund F G Tyndall, MA the recently appointed vicar of New Shoreham. He was born in 1852, at Tatsfield Surrey, of which his father the Rev H A Tyndall was then rector. Being obliged to leave Haileybury owing to a severe illness, from the effects of which he never completely recovered, he became the pupil of the Reverent J W Diggle, vicar of Mossley Hill, who seems to have had a great and lasting influence over him. He subsequently proceeded to Magdalen College, Oxford, and took his degree in 1874. After a Year at Wells Theological College he was ordained by the late Bishop of Oxford to the curacy of Wokingham. In 1878 he became senior curate of Aylesbury of which Canon Lloyd was them vicar. A year later he accepted the living of Headington, near Oxford, and there spent the next 10 years in steady and successful work, including an enlargement of the parish church and the purchase of a vicarage house. Early in 1889 he was presented by Magdalen College to the living of New Shoreham, and entered upon residence there at the beginning of June. On 11 December after but two hours of illness, he was called to his rest. At Headington, where the greater part of his ministerial life was spent, the mourning for his early death is deep and universal. All feel that they have lost a faithful and loving friend, one to whom they could go in every trouble and sorrow, sure of meeting with sympathy and help. Without being in any way a brilliant preacher, he had the power of explaining and forcing home the truth of the Christian Faith with great clearness and precision, while his addresses to children were models of what such addresses should be. By his steady application to all departments of parish work, and by his loving sympathy, combined with outspoken courage, he earned the respect and often the affection of his parishioners, even of those who differed most from him in his religious and ecclesiastical questions, and his departure took place last spring amid universal regret. The people of New Shoreham were not long in discovering what a hard-working and conscientious vicar had come amongst them, and a very great improvement in the church life of the place was immediately shown. It is, indeed, little short of marvellous how much was effected during the six months he was allowed to labour here, and how great a hold he got on his people. All felt that he was just the right man for the place, and looked forward to a happy and successful work for him there. There was a special celebration of the Holy Communion on Monday, the 16th ult, followed by the first part of the burial service, and a very impressive address by Archdeacon Sutton. The coffin was then taken to Holton, near Oxford, where he passed his boyhood, and where he had expressed a desire to be buried, and there he was laid to rest on the following day. The service at the grave was read by his first rector the Rev E Sturgess of Wokingham, and was attended by a great number of his old parishioners. FAO
Bucks Herald 4 January 1890.


bullet  Other Records

1. Edmund Francis Guise Tyndale: Will, 25 May 1882, Headington Vicarage.
Tyndale Rev Edmund Francis Guise. 25 February 1890. The Will of the Rev Edmund Francis Guise Tyndale formally of the vicarage Headington in the County of Oxford but late of the vicarage of New Shoreham in the County of Sussex Clerk who died in 11 December 1889 at the vicarage New Shoreham was proved at Chichester by Marcy Louisa Tyndall of the Glebe House Weston-super-Mare in the County of Somerset. Widow the Relict and Walter Clifford Tyndale of Swallowfield Ely in the County of Middlesex merchant the brother the executors. Personal Estate 593 5s 10d
National Probate Calendar


Edmund married Marcia Louisa EDERSHEIM [13147] [MRIN: 8801], daughter of Rev Alfred EDERSHEIM D D [2060] and Mary Elizabeth BROOMFIELD [13144], 2 Qtr 1881 in Bridport DOR. (Marcia Louisa EDERSHEIM [13147] was born on 23 Dec 1856 in Old Machar ABD and died on 22 Jun 1937 in Winchester HAM.)

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