Tyndale (disambiguation)


Tyndale (disambiguation)

The origin of Tyndale is the valley of the Tyne, in Northumbria, now known as Tynedale. The English family, also known as Tindal, Tyndall and by other spellings, were feudal Barons of Tyndale; their history is related in Tyndall.

All other uses are either members of the family or places, buildings, monuments or bases named after individuals of that name.

As "Tyndale":
* William Tyndale, a 16th century reformer
* Tyndale Bible, the Bible translated by William Tyndale
* Tyndale Monument
* Tyndale House, a Christian publishing company
* Tyndale House (Cambridge)
* Tyndale Theological Seminary
* Tyndale University College and Seminary, a school in Toronto, Ontario

also spelled "Tindal"
* RAAF Base Tindal, Royal Australian Air Force base
*Dr Matthew Tindal, 17th/18th century English deist
*Sir Nicolas Conyngham Tindal, English Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in the 19th century.

also spelled "Tindale"
*Mary Tindale, an Australian botanist
*Norman Tindale (1900 – 1993), Australian anthropologist, archaeologist and entomologist
*Tindale, Cumbria, Cumbria, England

also spelled "Tindall"
* Tindall, Missouri

also spelled "Tyndall"
* John Tyndall (1820 – 1893), Irish physicist
* John Tyndall (politician) (1934 – 2005), English politician
* Mount Tyndall (Tasmania) in West Coast Range, Tasmania.
* the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.

also spelled "Tynedale"
* Tynedale, a district in England


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