Arthur William Brindle was born at Bootle on the 11th August 1896, the son of Arthur William Brindle and Sarah Ann (nee Taylor).
His parents were married at St.Mary's C.of E. Church, Bootle in 1888.
1901 Census - 18 Essex Street, Bootle cum Linacre - Parents Arthur W and Sarah A with children Elizabeth, Annie, Arthur W and Marion Brindle and Jane Cochrane – Widow age 80.
1911 Census - 30 Spring Grove, Bootle - Parents Arthur W and Sarah A with children Arthur W, Marion, Jessie and Richard. Parents married 23 years with 7 children born and 6 still alive.
Arthur William junior was a carter's help in 1911..
A report on his death appeared in the Bootle Times on the 11th May 1917. His photo appeared in the report and is reproduced here with the kind permission of the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo.
   Pte. Arthur Brindle, K,L.R., formerly of 9, Devon-street, Bootle, died on April 16th of wounds received whilst returning across “No Man’s Land” after a successful raid on the German trenches. His captain and company-sergeant-major have written in the highest praise of the gallantry displayed by the young soldier.

Bootle Times 11th May 1917

His mother lived at 9 Devon Street, Bootle after the war.