Searching For The 'BRINDLE' line

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New here, just joined and still a 'Guest.' Thought I'd go in for a penny...Looking for a branch of my family with the surname, 'Brindle,' originally from the Bootle area of Liverpool and Lancashire, UK.   I have some info already and will place it on my tree once confirmed, but would like to find out as much as possible, of course...But in a generic sense as this is my first outing...Looking for Brindle and any communication will be replied to...Thanks.                              

in Genealogy Help by Tony Smith G2G Crew (470 points)

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All I Know is that YSEARCH DNA shows that there is a match between my late husband;s oldest known Ancester, Richard Brindley and a Brindle, the Brindle's relatives were from Lancashire, England. Brindley & Brindle both were a match to a Stanley. I also found the Stanley's in Lancashire ,UK. about 1850's . Passed down stories say Richard Brindley came to America in 1750 as a young stowaway. He resided in Botetourt VA in 1770's Abingdon, Wash CO VA 1780"s,Jeff. Co TN. 1795..Thank you for any information.    hbrindley
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Tony, I have an Alice Brindle in my family line.  Born app 1835.  She married William Parkinson in 1854.  Blackburn,, Lancashire, England. Hope this helps.
by Raymond Parkinson G2G1 (1.1k points)

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