|Baron Adam de Tindale of South Tyne-dale and Langeley (Langley) Castle
Baron Adam de Tindale of South Tyne-dale and Langeley (Langley) Castle 2734
Noted events in his life were:
• Heritage. 2734 The earliest feudal records indicate that an Adam de Tindale was the feudal Baron of South Tyne-dale and of Langeley/Langley Castle , both in the county of Northumberland. The pipe rolls are written in Latin, which explains the use of 'i' rather than 'y' in the name; there is no 'y' in Latin. The Barony had been held by his father or grandfather by the service of one knight's fee, in the time of Henry I. Considering the dates, his position and territorial designation, it is probable that this Baron was either the son or grandson of Uchtred, Lord of Tyndale and Princess Bethoc of Scotland.