Register of the California Society of the Sons of the American Revolution : instituted at San Francisco, California, October 22d, 1875 as Sons of Revolutionary Sires. San Francisco, Calif.: Pacific Press Pub. Co., 1901, 326 pgs Page 125 126
407 JOSEPH WILLIAM PINDER San Francisco Mining Engineer. Born in Savannah, Chatham Co., Ga., January 26, 1854
Son of Norris Tebean Pinder and Atossa Emma (Faries). Grandson of Joseph William Pinder andAnne Margaret (Tebeau) Great-grandson of John Tebeau and Margaret (Truitlen). Great grandson of FREDERICK TRUITLEN and Margaret (Schad). Grandson of George Greaves Faries and Sarah Anne (Aldrich). Great-grandson of Charles Faries and Mary (Greaves) Great grandson of Charles Faries and Mary (Walton) Great grandson of GEORGE WALTON and-- Great grandson of JOHN WALTON and-- FREDERICK TRUITLEN was born in The Hague, Holland and died in Chatham County, Ga. During the year 1776-1777 he acted as Aide-de-camp and Secretary to his brother, John Adam Truitlen, who was the first Governor of the colonies of Georgia.
JOHN WALTON was born in Chatham County, Ga., and died there. He assisted in establishing American independence during the War of the Revoltion and served as a member, from Georgia, of the first Congress of the United States,and also as signer of the Articles of Federation of the United States GEORGE WALTON was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. (History of the United States; History of Georgia).