William B Tinder

M, #2981, b. 6 April 1862, d. 17 June 1928
Father*John William Tinder b. 19 Apr 1834, d. 4 Dec 1925
Mother*Sarah Jane Keeling b. 16 May 1835, d. 13 Oct 1885
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Birth*6 April 1862 William B Tinder was born on 6 April 1862 at Shelby Co., Indiana, per obit. 
(InHomeOf) Census18701870 He appeared on the 1870 census in the household of John William Tinder, pg 232 #103-109, Wayne Twnshp, Hamilton Co., Indiana. His info on the census included - Tinder, William 7 b.IN. 
(InHomeOf) Census18801880 William B Tinder appeared on the 1880 census in the household of John William Tinder, ED 42 pg 462c #90-90, Wayne Twnshp, Hamilton Co., Indiana. His info on the census included - Tinder, William 18 b.IN. 
Marriage*29 July 1885 William B Tinder married Julia Ann Tomlinson on 29 July 1885 per obit. 
Census1900*1900 William B Tinder appeared on the 1900 census as the head of household, ED 120 sht 2b #46-46, Cicero Twnshp, Tipton Co., Indiana, along with Julia Ann Tomlinson and Charles R Tinder. His info on the census included Tinder, William R 38 b.IN Apr 1862 married 14 years, farmer owns farm. 
Residence*1925  In 1925 William B Tinder resided In father's 1925 obit he lived on Berryman Pike. (In Tipton Co?) 
Death*17 June 1928 He died on 17 June 1928 at Tipton Co., Indiana, at age 66 per obit. 
Obituary18 June 1928 His obituary: on 18 June 1928 at The Tipton Daily Tribune, Tipton Co., Indiana, WM TINDER FOUND DEAD AT THE FAME
Day Watchman at Factory Victim of Heart Attack - Found Later
Wife is Very Ill
Had Not Been Subject to Attacks, But No Autopsy Will Be Held
     William Tinder, age 66, was found dead at the Fame Canning Co. Sunday evening at 5:00 o'clock and .when discovered he had apparently been dead a few hours. He was the day watchman at the plant on Sundays and when he failed to return home for the noon hour his wife, who is in poor health, was anxious concerning him but felt no undue alarm. Three times during the day his brother, John Tinder of near this city went to the factory to search for him but could not enter the buildings but he supposed there was nothing wrong until late in the afternoon.
     The body was found at the head of the stairs on the upper floor by Wilton Cottingham, night watchman. It was sprawled upon the floor and one hand, was over the heart indicating the man at least had a short warning of the fatal heart attack. The body was taken to the Young undertaking establishment and today, was taken to the home on the Berryman pike near the Fame factory. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
     William Tinder was a resident of Hamilton and Tipton counties practically all of his life. He was born in Shelby county on April 6, 1862, but came to this section when a boy. He was married July 29, 18S5 to Miss Julia Tomlinson of this city and the widow and one son, Charles survives. The son has been absent for several years and will not be present for the services. Three other children were born in the family but they all died when quite young.
     Besides the wife and son, he is survived by the one brother, John of the Windfall community and a sister, Mrs. Martha Shroud of Anderson. Mrs. Tinder has been in ill health for a number of years and her condition Is serious with the shock of her husband's death. She is ill with a serious nervous trouble. 
Burial* He was buried at Goar Cemetery, Cicero Twnshp, Tipton Co., Indiana. 
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Kathryn Ann Rhinehart
Granduncle of Norman Gayle Rhinehart
Uncle of Carrie Adeline Thompson

Family

Julia Ann Tomlinson b. Jun 1868
Marriage*29 July 1885 He married Julia Ann Tomlinson on 29 July 1885 per obit. 
Children
Last Edited14 Jun 2014