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Maryland/Fayette County, Ohio: Widow Elizabeth Brindley
Posted by: Marva Hoffmeyer (ID *****1461) Date: August 17, 2005 at 20:46:40
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I'm looking for the following family from Fayette County, Ohio.

_________ Brindley b. about1825 - Maryland
Wife Elizabeth _______ b. 1827/1828- Maryland
(She was widowed by 1870--and listed as head of
household in the census for Union, Fayette Co., Ohio)

Children:
Nicholas Brindley b. 1853 (age 16) - Ohio
Susan Brindley b. 1854/1855 (age 15) - Ohio
Martha Brindley b. 1855/1856 (age 14) - Ohio
Rachel Brindley b. 1859/1860 (age 10) - Ohio

I believe that Nicholas Brindley is the same person as

Benjamin Nicholas Brindley
born: April 1853 - Ohio
died: between 1920-1930 - Gentry, Benton Co., Arkansas
married: about1874 - Linn County, Missouri
Wife: Matilda Beals (triplet)
Daughter of Daniel Beals and Elizabeth Bray

Benjamin Nicholas Brindley and his wife, Matilda, lived briefly in Hancock County, Missouri--and then in Nebraska--before moving to Garfield County, Oklahoma by 1900.
By 1910 they lived in Comanche county, Oklahoma--and they were living with one of their sons, Robert E. Brindley, to be listed in his household in the 1920 and 1930 censuses for Gentry, Benton County, Arkansas.

I would like to learn for sure who the parents of Benjamin Nicholas Brindley were, as well as marriage dates and places and the identify of the spouses and children of his children.


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