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Re: Very early Brindleys
Posted by: Helen J Brindley (ID *****3126) Date: August 28, 2010 at 11:43:03
In Reply to: Very early Brindleys by Noel Brindley of 606

HI, VERY EARY INFORMATION ON THE BRINDLEY'S IS JUST WHAT I WANT. I WANT SO MUCH TO FIND WHERE MY LATE HUSBAND'S FOREFATHERS CAME FROM. HIS NAME WAS RICHARD BRINDLEY, AND ALL I HAVE TO GO IS PASSED DOWN STORIES THAT HE CAME TO USA IN 1750, AS A YOUNG STOW AWAY, SO NO SHIP RECORD CAN BE FOUND.
NOW I'M SEARCHING EVERY DNA I CAN FIND, THAT MATCHES AT ALL. I HAVE FOUND A STAN(D)LY AND A WESTON (ODD) BECAUSE THEY ARE DIFFERENT.ALSO A "BRINDLE" FROM LANCASHIRE, ENG. QUITE SILLY, BUT ALL I HAVE TO WORK WITH. THANKS FOR ANY ADVICE.


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