Personal information about Charlotte Brindley

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Charlotte Brindley
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   06 June 1874
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
Burial register information:
Book number: 1868
Page number: 102
Record number: 3213
Official at burial:
   The Rev'd. E T Coles, Assistant curate.
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Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Assault in the city
Article source:    Berkshire Chronicle
Date of source:    31 January 1852
Copyright:    © 



An Assault in the City.—A Family Row.—William Brindley and Charlotte Brindley, his wife, hawkers, appeared in answer to summons charging them with assaulting Elizabeth Dibley, public-house called " The Cripples," in the " city" of Newbury, on Saturday night last, about 10 o'clock. It appears that the parties are related by marriage, and there was an old grievance between them that had not been settled ; a man named Medley happened to come in to the tap-room, and hoped they would raise a subscription for him to buy his son some clothes, when one of the defendants gave him 6d., and immediately after the complainant stated she would not give any if she was her daughter, (whose name is Maria Brindley, wifa of the defendant's brother, who said, when the party came to her," No, if she had any money she would give it to her mother,") upon hearing which the female defendant went across the room and spat complainant s face, and the compliment was returned, which at last engendered into a " family fight" Robert AldiiJge, father of the female defendant, swore theie was a row altogether, and tried to part them, but received a black eye from complainant Ifhehadnot stood upon the table with light to see " fair play," there would have been murder. James Wyatt, policeman, was sworn, who stated that little after 10 o'clock, he was sent for by Mr. Hollis, the landlord of the M Cripples," to clear his house, but when he arrived there the row was all over, at the same time he wished his house cleared. The defendants were the first to leave, but had great difficulty in getting complainant and her daughter out. Generally speaking the house had been conducted in a peaceable manner; he never had occasion to speak otherwise. There were several witnesses examined on both sides, but it was of such a conflicting character, and faults appearing on both sides, that the bench thought it their duty to dismiss the case, each to pay their own costs. The complainant had to pay 9s. Cd. and defendant 4s. 6d.

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