Walter I = 1748 at Christchurch, Newgate Ann Kersill (nee White)
bap 14 May 1722 see David Brind's account
Freeman of the Goldsmiths Co 1743, Livery 1758
See sugar vases made in 1759
See sauce boat of 1764
See vase of 1769
See child's rattle & whistle
See trial of 1796
Silver tankard
Kents Directory of London and Westminster,
& Borough of Southwark 1794
d 1796  See will
See auction of property 1796
William Mary Elizabeth Esther Henry Thomas Walter II
Christened 1749 b. 1750 b. 1751 b. 1753 b 1755 1758 b. 1763
d. at Dog Row, Bethnal Green, buried at St Mathews 15 February 1816 (65), a coal meter when he died d. 1843
See will
d. C1842 C 95 d. Feb 10, 1838 (80)
d. 1832
= Elizabeth (nee Tomason?)
See parish register
= 6/Sep/1793 Thomas Patrick See press coverage 12/May/1804 = Cooke Kemp Bourne of London (silk broker)
=Mary =Mary Sowley sister of Susanna 19/11/1790 =Susanna Sowley b. 1766 d. 1843
Freeman of the Goldsmiths Co 1771
Silversmith to1789
Lowndes London Directory
1841 census Cooke in 1841 census Woollen Draper and taylor Gold refiner, Freeman of the Goldsmith's Comp. 1782 Prime Warden 1813 Ribbon manufacturer and silk merchant, Prime Warden of the Goldsmith's Comp 1820

The Bourne connection
Charles C1800-1862 second name Bourne
Cook Kemp Bourne married Esther and lived in the same house as her sister Elizabeth in 1841
Esther Bone sister of Charles was probably Esther Bourne
Victoria County History of Essex
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A suite of three sugar vases, with wave like decorations, tree volute handles and high dored covers with foliate, by Walter Brind London 1759. The large vase 9" (23 cms) high 33oz.

A vase & cover, silver gilt two handled ornamented with branches and flowers, repoussé, by Walter Brind London 1769. Height 17" (43.4cms). V&A Images 49137. Victoria & Albert Museum M.46/1864. Copied with their permission.

Antique Geo III silver sauce boat Lion Mask Feet Gadroon edge dated 1764
Assayed in London
Maker: Walter Brind

George III Brandy Saucepan by Walter Brind London 1781-2.
Pacific Antiques Ltd (2007) Item: 379925509
Maker: Walter Brind

Certified copy of an entry of DEATH
Registration DISTRICT St James, Clerkenwell
1838 DEATH in the Sub-district of Pentonville, Clerkenwell 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
159 February 10
14 Winchester Place
Thomas Brind Male 80 Gold Refiner General decay Charles Brind son
present at death
14 Devonshire Street, Bishopgate
February 16 George Pipre(?)

Brighton & Hove Museums - Rattle made by Walter Brind.

Cooke Kemp Bourne of the Parish Saint Bartholomew the less, London Bachelor
Married in this Church by Licence
this twelfth Day of May in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and four by me P Parsissien(?) Curate
This Marriage was Solemnized between us Cooke Kemp Bourne Esther Brind
In the Presence of William Brind Elizabeth Brind
Signed by William (the Coal Meter) and their sister Elizabeth. It could not be Elizabeth (Tomason) wife of William as she could not write. At their marraige she signed with an X. David Brind

Cooke Kemp Bourne of the Parish of Saint Bartholomew the Less London a Bachelor and Esther Brind of the Parish of Saint John Hackney in the County of Middlesex, a spinster