Tintle Family Genealogy Forum
I know exactly who you are. My Great-Grandmother is Sarah Starr Tintle, who always went by "Sadie." I have a book called THE TINTLE FAMILY:1765-1968. The book was published around 1968, so those that have been born or died thereafter are obviously not contained in the book. Unfortuneately, the book only traces back up the Tintle side. If your mother is a Tintle, the book only has who she married--at best. You, your father, and your progenetors are on page 12. Your direct line is Frederick Robert Tintle (1921-?) m. Beverly Cook (1924-?). Your father is one of five siblings born to William J. Tintle (1877-1957) and Ellen "Nellie" Kelliher (1875-1908--1st wife) and Mary Cecelia Carman (1877-1958--2nd wife). All three of them are buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Paterson, NJ. William J. Tintle was one of nine children, and his parents were Augustine J. Tintle (1850-1925) and Mary J. Dower (1859-1924). They also are buried at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Paterson, NJ. Augustine J. Tintle was one of ten children, and his parents were Valentine Tintle (1820-1897) and Julia Henion (1823-1897). Both of them are buried at Echo Lake Cemetery in Macopin, NJ. Valentine Tintle is one of eleven children, and his parents were George Tintle (1785-1858) and Catherine Sanders (1791-1858). Both of them are buried at Fairmount Cemetery in Newark, NJ. George Tintle is one of six children, and his parents were John Peter Tintle, Jr. (?-1829) and Elizabeth Sehulster--Sayholster, or Scholster (1768-1849). John Peter Tintle, Jr. was an only child, and his parents were John Peter Tintle, Sr. [it could also have been Timmett, Tintel, Tennet, or Dintel], from Hesse, Germany, and Ann Bogardus, from Baden-Baden, Germany. They came to America about 1765. Hope this helps! Good Luck!
A very distant cousin,
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