Every successful town starts with a few intrepid individuals who decide to strikeout on their own to make a life for themselves and their families. Early life was not easy, but these families, now well known names around town, decided to make Tabernacle their home.
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Many people have heard of the Haines family of Tabernacle and of Burlington County. Richard Haines left Northampton England and arrived in America sometime in 1682 on the ship Amity. And it is with his descendant Grace Templeton Haines (1902-1954), who married George Henry Tindall (1899-1985), that the Tindall family connects with the Haines family.