Marian Harriet Brind married Randolph Caldecott on 18th March 1880.They had no children.
My late father had a copy of “A Sketchbook of R Caldecott’s” containing the inscription “Amy A Brind from R.C., 20 March 1883”.Was Amy his wife’s sister, perhaps?How did this book pass from her to Randolph’s sister Sophia’s descendants (eg my father)?Does that mean that Amy never married, or at least had no children to pass it on to?Or was she Marian’s mother?
My father’s cousin David Anthony says there was also a Rev. Brind who was Vicar of Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire at one time.He recalls this from a lecture about the Brind family which was given to the Randolph Caldecott Society UK some years ago.
Brind is not a common surname, but there are 10 families named Brind in the London Postal Area phone book.