Solicitor's papers found in County Hall and deriving mainly from the private practice business of Thomas Tindal and his son Acton Tindal, successively Clerks of the Peace, and of their successors, Edward Baines and William Crouch. The firm was known in turn as: Tindal, Tindal & Son, Tindal & Baines, Baines & Crouch, Crouch. Some of the papers relate to families (de Veulle, Uhthoff, etc.) with which the Tindals were connected by marriage. Also included is a quantity of political correspondence of Acton Tindal for Aylesbury elections, 1850-59 (Boxes 36-38) and papers relating to railway projects, 1836-63 (Box 46). Some additional material from this source was transferred at various dates to the Bucks. Archaeological Society and is now among the collection of B.A.S. deeds since deposited at the C.R.O.
1621 - 1913
Miscellaneous accounts, agency 1-2, 38(part)
Correspondence and other papers relating to the practice. 43-44
Solicitor's papers relating to family trusts and settlements, etc. various families, C.19. 1-50
Papers of Acton Tindal as Liberal party agent relating to Aylesbury borough elections, 1850-1859. 36-38(part)
Aylesbury Railway Company, treasurer's accounts, etc., 1836-1846; papers of Acton Chaplin relating to various Bucks railway projects, 1845-1867 46