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Henry =30/Oct/1843 Highworth, Wilts Mary Ann (Newman)
b 24/Mar/1823
Highworth, Wilts
b 1817 Highworth
dau of William Newman
1871 census
1881 census
1871 census
1881 census
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Labourer 1843
blacksmith 1871-81
Ann Emma William Charles Elizabeth Henry Albert Henry
b b 22/Jul/1851 Swindon b 1852/3 Fairford b 1853 Fairford b 1857? perhaps later, Fairford b about 1861 Fairford b 1863 Fairford b 1868 Fairford
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Son:George = Emma (Watts) May 6,1886
It is difficult to find this marriage.
blacksmith ostler/ag lab domestic servant/cook ostler blacksmith

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Mrs J Hart
8 Norwood Avenue
Clacton on Sea
Essex CO15 5AU
20th January 2002

Dear Mr Brind

I understand you are doing a one name study for the name BRIND.

I am researching the Brind family on behalf of my husband whose mother was a Brind.

Our branch of the family at present live in Gloucester but were previously in Fairford, Gloucestershire. I have traced them back to a Henry Brind born in Highworth, Wilts, and shown as baptised on 24 March 1823. He later married a Mary Ann Newman on 30th Oct 1843.

On the IGI his parents are shown as Thomas Brind and Ann but I have not been able to find them on the local parish records.

Have you a record of this Thomas Brind who has most likely born about 1795-1798?

I do so hope you can assist me as I seem to have come to a complete halt.

I am naturally enclosing a stamped addressed envelope for your reply.

Yours sincerely,
Janice Hart