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Thomas Lindley - Lindley's Mill

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Re: Thomas Lindley - Lindley's Mill

Posted: 2 Nov 2005 2:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lindley
My gut feel has always been that Thomas as a Quaker did not actively participate in the Revolution as did his sons William, John and James Lindley.

The only fact I have ever seen to indicate that he supported the Regulators is an item from the "History of Hillsboro, Orange County, North Carolina," the Regulators took 39 barrels of flour from the Lindley Mill on September 14, 1781. At this time Thomas Lindley had a store and post office in his home, known as the Lindley Store. Thomas died on the 13th or 14th of September so this transaction probably took place after his death.

Had Thomas been an active participant I don't beleive that the Quakers would have allowed burial and ultimately allowed the stone monument for Thomas and Ruth to be placed at the Spring Burial Ground. He, like many others would have been disowned for participation in the war.

If you are descended from John and Sarah Pyle Lindley I believe that the DAR has recently accepted John's lineage for membership.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
JanetKennedy4... 11 Sep 2005 10:53PM GMT 
dixielea1 23 Sep 2005 7:46PM GMT 
JanetKennedy4... 25 Sep 2005 3:45PM GMT 
Kathleen Lind... 2 Nov 2005 9:06AM GMT 
JanetKennedy4... 2 Nov 2005 12:21PM GMT 
apothacare 8 Dec 2005 4:05AM GMT 
mnoll4412 22 Mar 2006 2:47AM GMT 
Andrew Lindley Malcolm 24 Mar 2006 7:56PM GMT 
Tama_Scott 28 May 2006 2:36PM GMT 
TracyCAZ 10 Jan 2010 5:24PM GMT 
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