Brindley Family Genealogy Forum
According to Ohio Valley Genealogies Jessie Brindley, a native of Germany, settled in Maryland about 1775, where he died; m. (1st) in Germany,; m (2nd) Julia Kent; had issue, among other: Benjamin, b. in Maryland; removed from Hartford county, that state, to Archer township, Harrison County, Ohio, in 1825; afterward settled in Green township, where he died; m. in Maryland Ellen Cooper, b. about 1759 d. 1824; had issue, ten children, of whom: 1. Priscilla, m. Caleb Low; settled in Steubenville, Ohio; 2. John b. in Hartford County, Md., March 16, 1806, Came to Harrison County with his parents; settled in Cadiz, about 1873 m. 1830, Ann Brown, b. 1809; d. October 6, 1889; daughter of Hugh and Jane Brown, residents of Archer township (had issue: 1. Hugh, settled in Kansas; ii, Benjamin, iii. Ellen, m. James Crawford; iv. Frank; v. Albert; vi. David; vii. Nathaniel; viii, Wesley, ix. Sarah, m. J. Rea Finney x. John; xi ..... died in infancy; xii ..... died in infancy; xiii, Thomas b. March 16, 1846; m. November 11, 1869, Hester A Birney, daughter of Hamilton Birney, a resident of Archer township)...
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.....My great-grandmother was Alice Brindley, born 1 Sep 1821 at Hagerstown, Md. and died 6 Jun 1902 at Milo, Oa. She married Alexander Schee 3 Mar 1840. Her father was Benjamin Brindley. Benjamin Brindley was apparently born in the early 1770's as he was living in Harford County, MD per the 1820 census and was 45 years of age and over. Per the 1830 census he was living in Harrison County, Ohio and was 50-60 years of age. Benjamin's father was reported to be Jesse Brindley. The information that I have on Jesse Brindley has not been authenticated but supposedly he was born in Germany, settled in Maryland in 1775, and died in Green Twp., Ohio, county not shown..... Marshall Blu
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