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Re: Elizabeth Brindley
Posted by: Michael Groome (ID *****4262) Date: March 16, 2003 at 07:31:51
In Reply to: Re: Elizabeth Brindley by Sheila Dorsett of 608

Hello Sheila,

I'm still looking to validate the marriage of Elizabeth Brindley born around 1818 to John William Groom. Along the way I have found some interesting information. Elizabeth (Brindley) Groom and her husband are buried in Fairmount cemetery in Newark, New Jersey. Along with them are Richard Brindley, who died at 67 years of age and was buried on November 6, 1893. His birth year would then be around 1826. His wife Eliza is buried there and also a Mary Brindley whose age is unknown but she was moved to the cemetery from another on October 13, 1873. My cousin Douglas and I have been transcribing the Brindleys and Grooms from the 1841 census that I recently purchased on CDs. We're in the data gathering stages, but I did find my Grooms living in Wyrley and Wedges Mills. These people fit nicely with death certifcates, US census and other data I have. John & Elizabeth Groom are living with a Thomas Brindley and his wife Ann in Wyrley. I expected a William. Next door is a William Brindley and his wife Sarah. I take this William to be Elizabeth's brother due to his age. The ages are confusing as the 1841 census rounded down to the nearest 5 year multiple. Do you have anything on these Brindleys? If you're interested I can send you an excel workbook with the information transcribed so far. There's quite a few Brindleys in the Cannock/Walsall/Wolverhampton area

Thanks for your help.

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