Another William
Another William b about 1850 at St Lukes
William 1869 Harriet (Thomas) Lusy
b. Newbury, Oil hawker/ carman b. 1848? b. Newbury
d. Hammersmith 15/12/1912(63)
See will
d. Hammersmith 1899 (51)
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Elizabeth William Emma George Louisa Henry Alice Albert Edward Mary Ann Samuel Thomas Charles
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b. Hammersmith 1870 b. 1/9/1872
Certificate
b. 3/2/1875
Certificate
b. 1/5/1877 Hammersmith
Certificate
b. 21/11/1879
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b. 1/2/1882
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b. 20/4/1884
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b. 19/1/1886
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b. 26/3/1887
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b. 6/12/1889
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b. 21/8/1891
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b. 13/July1893
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Portman ...Maker Military service Hawker's assistant Military service
=Mary Ann (Hall) =Charlotte =Ms Chalk 1914 Brentford
d. Hammersmith 1949 (76) d. 1889 d. 1936 (44) d. on the terraces of West Bromwich Albion 9/Jan/1954 (59) whilst watching Chelsea lose 1-0 in the FA Cup 3rd round
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Charles =1914 Brentford Ms (Chalk)
(Facebook July 21, 2011) Tyson, your great grand father and my grandfather was in the military, but only in the first world war, he saw service in France, he was in the Royal Regiment of Artillary (RH & RFA) and his regimental number was 23642, his main occupation was as a wall and floor tiler. Paul Brind (see photo below)

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Charles Arthur C Brind Victor Henry T
b. Hammersmith 1919 b. 1924 Hammersmith b. Hammersmith 1926 b. Hammersmith 1929
See picture of four brothers
1955 Wandsworth=
Eileen (Brind)
      

Hayley Willows's grandmother Eileen Brind married her first cousin


Tyson Brind (Facebook 20 July 2011 15:09)

Hello. I'm interested in learning more about Charles Brind(s). I realise this is a common family name amongst Brinds. Charles is my middle name as well as my fathers. My Grandad Was Charles brother of Harry (famous Cricket greenkeeper at the Oval and Lords) and Vic. They all originate from Hammersmith. I'm fairly sure that my great grandfather was in the military and may have been a Charles but that's as far as my knowledge goes! Any info would be welcome. Thanks.
Paul Brind commented in Brind Family Tree
My father is Harry.




Charles Brind 13/07/1893 - 09/01/1954 taken in the beer garden of the Angel pub in Roehampton

The 4 Brind brothers early 1950's, l-r Arthur Charles b 1924, Victor Henry b 25/07/1926 d Aug 1986, Charles Arthur b 06/06/1919 d 1995 and Henry (Harry) Thomas b 29/09/1929
































































































Driver Charles Brind served with the Royal Field Artillery during the Great War.

Dvr Brind was born in 1893 in Hammersmith. He was still living in Hammersmith when he joined the RFA in 1914.

Dvr Brind was Mentioned in Dispatches with 107th Bde RFA which is confirmed on both Service Records and in the London Gazette 7-7-1919. Charles Brind died in 1954.