George = Eliza (Griffiths) =1845 Mary (Thomas)
b 1804 b 1806 M-y-Fedw b 1824
d 1892 d 1843 Cardiff d 1887(63) Cardiff
Elizabeth (Eliza?) Ann George Mary Sarah Thomas
bapt 24/9/1827 bapt 3/5/1829 b 1831? bapt 13/11/1833 b 1836?
=1854 Mr Roberts =1855 William Cosslett =1853 Hannah Morgan
Great great grandfather of Peter Brind of Cardiff
Jabez Roberts
b 1832 St Mellons
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See Brinds in Welsh census of 1851

George = 8/8/1825 St Matthew, Bethnal Green Rebecca nee Thorne
d. 1854
or d. 1861
d. September 21, 1866 (71)
See death certificate
I have not absolute proof that the 1804 George Brind born in Liddington is the son of 1770 George Brind also of Liddington. He is referred to in the transcript of the Michaelstone-Y-Fedw parish register as 'George Jr' which makes it almost May 2010.
See George bricklayer in 1841 census More about George/Caroline

George HM Rebecca Thorne 8/8/1825 St Matthew, Bethnal Green
George Brind of this Parish Bachelor
Rebecca Thorne of this Parish widow
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent
this Eighth Day of August in the year One thousand eight hundred and twenty five
By me James Margay? Curate
This marriage was solemnized between us Geoe Brind R Thorne
In the Presence of Thomas Worthington Mary Worthington
No. 383
A copy of the 1825 marrage entry for a George to a widow Rebecca Thorne is enclosed-- the Worthingtons might be her parents? In the 1841 census we have a George aged 40 -- the right age living with a Caroline-- second wife? David Brind in a letter dated May 26, 2007

Certified copy of an entry of DEATH
Registration district Shoreditch 1866 DEATH in the Sub-district of Haggerstone West in the County of Middlesex
No When and where died Name and surname Sex Age Occupation Cause of death Signature, description and residence of informant When registered Signature of registrar
138 Twentyfirst September 1866
10 Lee Street
female 71 years Widow of George Brind
a Bricklayer journeyman
Choleraic Diarrhea 14 days
N H Thorne
present at the death
10 Lee Street
Kingsland Road
Twenty fifth September
G Ross

The N H Thorne present at the death could have been Rebecca's son since the parish entry of her marriage to George reveals she was a widow when she married in 1825.