|Enock||= Oct 15, 1842 Hanney, Berks
|Eliza Loder||= 1856, Berks||Emily|
|d. 1903 (87)|
|b. April 12, 1848, Beedon
|d. Dec 30, 1925 Pangbourne, Berks|
|= Jane Simmonds|
|Return to index||Skeleton of tree|
|1842 Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church, in the Parish of Hnmney, in the County of Berks|
|No||When Married||Name and surname||Age||Condition||Rank or Profssion||Residence at the time of Marriage||Father's name and surname||Rank or Profession of Father|
|38||October 15th||Enoch Brind||of full age||Bachelor||Labourer||Compton near Ilsley||Zebulon Brind||Labourer|
|Eliza Loder||of full age||Spinster||West Hanney||Jonathan Loder||Labourer|
|Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by me
Mr D Sheard?
Registration district Ilsley|
1848 Birth in the sub-district of Ilsley in the County of Berks
|Name, if any||Sex||Name and surname
|Name, surname and
maiden surname of mother
|Occupation of father||Signature, description and
residence of informant
|When registered||Signature of registrar||Name entered after
|170||Twelfth of April 1848
|Labourer||The mark of Eliza Brind
Thanks Jonathan for your email.
William Woodley had five write-ups in the British Bee Journal and this one touches on how he came to Stanmore to live with his Great Aunt. (see the 2nd paragraph)
I think the John and Martha Brind that looked after the young William Woodley were respectively born in 1799 and 1800 (as per 1871 census).
On 2 February 2016 at 10:51, Jonathan Brind
An amazing piece of detective work and you could well be right.
This is the Enock you mention
This is a picture of my ancestor: my great great grandfather John Brind.
In my view the two look very similar.
John's father was Enock's brother Elijah. Elijah and Enock had a sister Martha, but I know nothing about her.
On 01/02/16 21:41, Steven Herbert wrote:
I am researching a Bee-Farmer called William Woodley (1846 - 1923) who in his younger life lived in Stanmore (Beedon) and was looked after by his Aunt Martha Brind.
William Woodley later became famous in Bee-keeping circles and had Britain's largest Bee-Farm during the 1890s which consisted of two apiaries:- one at Worlds End and one at Stanmore. William's bee-farm consisted of 150 hives of honeybees.
At his Stanmore apiary, I believe he employed a man called Enoch Brind (not sure if he is related to Martha Brind) to watch his bees and capture any swarms. I have written a blog about this
As a long shot, I was wondering whether you or someone you know might have a photograph of Enoch Brind. I hope this might verify that the man in the chair in the photograph I have posted in my blog is Enoch?
I look forward to hearing from you.
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