HISTORY OF THE SPINDLER NAME (Source www.surnamedb.com)
This is a surname which is exactly the same in both spelling and meaning in English and German. It is of pre medieval origins, and derives from a 7th century word "spinel", which describes a spindle upon which wool was spun.
A spindler however was not a spinner of textiles, but a maker of the actual spinning frames. Occupational surnames were often not hereditary, they only became so after about the 14th century, when a son continued in his fathers business or occupation. If for some reason he did not, he would sometimes be called by both his occupation and that of his father as well!
Our Spindler family including Wildish
Small numbers by a name refer to personal number in listing eg EMMA 3 SPINDLER ~ see 3
GENERATION ONE :
~ ~ ~ RICHARD SPINDLER was born about 1780 in Shenfield,
Richard was recorded as a Sawyer on the baptism records of their children between 1825 and 1843.
Children of RICHARD SPINDLER and MARY JONES were:
JOHN SPINDLER, baptized 2 October 1825.
JAVIS (JAVES) 2 SPINDLER, born in Shenfield,
SARAH ANN SPINDLER, baptized 2 October 1825.
ELZIA SPINDLER, baptized 2 October 1825.
LOUSIA SPINDER, baptized 5 October 1828.
MARINA SPINDLER, baptized 23 October 1828.
GEORGE SPINDER, baptized 21 June 1835.
EMMA 3 SPINDLER, born around 1840 in Brentwood,
ANN SPINDLER, baptized 5 November 1843.
GENERATION TWO :
2. ~ ~ ~ JAVIS (JAVES)
SPINDLER (RICHARD) was born in Shenfield,
Children of JAVIS SPINDLER and LUCY (SPINDLER) included:
CLARA LOUISA SPINDLER, who married ALBERT KINGWELL and immigrated to
3. ~ ~ ~ EMMA SPINDLER (RICHARD) was born around 1840 in Brentwood, Essex in
Emma married THOMAS (JOHN) WILDISH in 1861 in
Emma died in South Oamaru,
> Refer to the WILDISH family for more information about the family of John family and children of John and Emma.
Please note that in keeping to genealogy publishing protocol I have not
included information about later generations including living persons
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