Some people who will read this message,will have been in contact with me before,however there may always be someone "out there" who may provide a vital clue which I am looking for.I am searching for the Baptism of edna Brindley who married a Charles Cartlidge at Norton in the moors in 1820.At the Marriage which took place on the 21st of September 1820,the Witnesses are stated as William Steel and Thomas Brindley.In the 1841 Census Charles and Edna Cartlidge are living with their Family in Northwood Hanley,but lower down the page is a Joseph Brindley listed as born in Staffordshire in c 1766,with a Joseph Cartlidge listed as born in Staffordshire in c 1821.There is a Baptism of a Joseph Cartlidge in Burslem in 1821 to Parents Charles and Edna,so I would think it extremely likely that the Joseph Cartlidge shown is the son of Charles and Edna.I also don't think it is wild speculation on my part to think that the Joseph Brindley shown,could very well be the Father of Edna.Returning to the Thomas Brindley who was a witness to the Marriage of Charles and Edna,I found the Baptism in Norton in 1789 of a Thomas Brindley to Parents Joseph and Elizabeth.i would very much welcome contributions from anyone on this matter.
William Russell Jones
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