|Walter II||= 22/05/1790 St John Zachary with St Anne||Susanna Sowley|
see David Brind's account
|d. 1832||d. 1843|
|Prime Warden of Goldsmiths 1820 See 1820 trial|
See cutting from Times
See London trade directories
See note about silk in Cheapside
|See Walter appointed captain in 1803|
|Walter III||William Henry||Anne||Susanna||Elizabeth Mary||Esther Tatlock||Edward||Frederic||Jane Brown||Ellen||Henry||Sir James|
|b. 1791||b. 1792||b. 1793||b. 1795||b. 1797||b. 1798||b. 1800||b. 1802||b. 1803||b. 1805||b. 1807||b. 1808|
|d. 1834||d. 29/02/1848 (55) See will
|ob 4 Nov 1866 (73)||d. 1875||ob 1799||ob 1833 at Florence||ob 1857||ob 1891 
|ob 1865||ob Dec 22, 1866 at Florence
|= Anne d. of David Duffield of Sebrights, Grt Badlow, Essex ob 1863||Twice married but no issue
Jane Eliza, his widow remarries 1850
|=Wm. Welsh of Stoke Newington b. 1786 ob 1827||=Thomas Uphill Davis of W. Lydiard Somerset 1824 (in Australia)||Henrietta Sarah d. of Gen Sir Robt Sale||(1) Joanna/
(2) Mary Carter/ (3) Georgiana Phillips/ (4) Jane Maunsell/
(5) Ellen Burne
|Silk merchant Coventry||Commercial traveller
Silk weaver in 1824?
See coal links
See possible picture
|Brigadier CB Bengal Artillery
East India Co
See London Gazette 1867
|General GCB Bengal and Royal Artillery, Life Governor Corps of Commissionaires|
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|Certified copy of an entry of DEATH||within the District of the British Legation at Florence||DEATH within the district of the British legation at Florence|
|No||When and where died||Name and surname||Sex||Age||Rank or profession||Residence at the time of death||Signature, description and residence of informant||when registered|
|46||December 22 1866
12 Via Pisana
|Male||61 ys||Merchant||12 Via Pisana Florence||Minister of Grace & Justice||Registered February 5th 1867
by me Robt Loftus Tottenham chaplain H M's Legation
|Certified copy of an entry of DEATH||REGISTRATION DISTRICT||Cheltenham||1848 DEATH within the sub-district of Cheltenham County of Gloucester|
|No||When and where died||Name and surname||Sex||Age||Occupation||RCause of death||Signature, description and residence of informant||when registered||Signature of registrar|
|306||Twentyninth of February 1848
at St John Lodge
|Male||55 years||Commercial traveller||erythematic peritonitis 51 days
present at death
St John Lodge
|Third of March
|S C Hagler(?)
At a general meting of the merchants, manufacturers, dyers, dressers and other persons concerned in the silk trade, held at the London Tavern the 19th of January 1798, held at the London Tavern the &19th of January, 1798.
It was unanimously resolved "that it is the opinion of this meeting that the giving and receiving of Christmas boxes, or any other gratuities, in the course of the year, in the silk trade, is a troublesome, expensive, and pernicious custom, and that it ought to be abolished."
Resolved, "that another meeting be held by public advertisement on Friday 2d of February, to consider the propriety of coming to a general Agreement to discontinue the custom in future."
At an adjourned Meeting held at the same place, on Friday, the 2d of February.
It was unanimously resolved, "That the giving and receiving Christmas Boxes or any other Gratuity in the course of the year, shall be abolished in the Silk Trade, from the 25th of December, 1797."
|(Signed) William Wilson, Chairman.|
|From The Times Tuesday February 20, 1798
|From the Law Advertiser of 1824..|
|ASSIGNEES CHOSEN April 2
ELVERSTON C E Richard Smith, Wood-street, laceman.
William Henry Brind, Paternoster-row, silk weaver.
|THE LONDON GAZETTE, JULY 12, 1867,|
|HENRY BRIND, Deceased.|
Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Victoria, chapter 35,
entitled ;An Act to further amend the Law ol Property,
and to relieve Trustees."
NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors or persons having any claims or demands upon the said Henry Brind, late of Nos. 10 and 12, Fuori la Porta San Frediano, Florence, in the Kingdom of Italy, Straw Plait Merchant, deceased (who died on the 22nd day of December, 1866,) and who claim to be entitled to participate in the 'proceeds of certain policies of assurance on the life of the said Henry Brind, under or by virtue of a certain indenture or deed of assignment of the said policies, dated the 26th day of October, 1857, made between the said Henry Brind , of the one part, and Frederick William Brind and John George, of the other part, are hereby respectively required on or before the 23rd day of September, 1867: to send full particulars, in writing, of such claims or demands, and the nature of the security (if any) held for the same, to Messrs. Duffield and Bruty, of No. 6, Tokenhouse Yard, Lothbury, in the city of. London, Solicitors, after which day the said Frederick William Brind and John George will proceed to distribute the monies received by them from the proceeds of the said policies amongst the parties entitled thereto under the said deed, having regard to the claims and demands only of which they shall then have had notice; and that the said Frederick William Brind and John George will not be liable for the said monies, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person or persons of whose debt or claim thereon they shall not have had notice at the time of such distribution, —Dated this 10th day of July, 1867. DUFFIELD and BRUTY, No 6, Tokenhouse Yard, Bank, London, Solicitors for the said Frederick William Brind and John George.
|This picture comes from ancestry.co.uk and you have to be a member to get more info. According to the heading it is Edward Brind 12 Aug 1822. The more detailed info suggests this Edward was born in 1801 (so the picture, clearly based on a silhouette, might have been painted when he was 21 years old). That means it probbably isn't Edward son of Walter II, but if it isn't him, who could it be? One possibility is Edward son of Thomas and Sarah who moved to the US, living until the 1880s.|