Tyndall-Bruce formerly Tyndall
1790 - 1855
Tyndall-Bruce formerly Tyndall, FRSE. Barrister, from Bristol. His family had been merchants and slave-traders who had opened Bristol's first bank in 1750. Tyndall-Bruce was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford (1832). . He and his wife lived latterly in Falkland village, in Scotland. He was also permitted, by Royal licence, to add the name 'Bruce' after his own. Tyndall-Bruce was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1831. He was a trustee of the3rd Marquess of Bute. His was a Quaker family. Collection of the Public General Statutes Passed in the Sixth and Seventh Year of the Reign of His Majesty King Williams the Fourth 1836 By Great Britain, LAWS STATUTES His name appears in this 1836 list of Land Tax Commissioners Names.
|Born: Bristol, England 1790 ||Baptised: St Michael's, Bristol, England 11th Mar 1790 |
|Died: , , , Scotland 19th Mar 1855 ||Buried: Parish church, , , , Scotland 28th Mar 1855 |