The Harold Edward Brind that went to Quebec via Liverpool is the correct one. He was born in 1894, Brightwell, Berkshire. His father Thomas is from Aldbourne,Wiltshire and further back. The story about the stolen horse is family tradition.. Either go to prison or Canada... It seems at that time a lot of children from homes/orphanages etc were sent to the colonies.. I also saw about a year or so ago that the British govt apologised as a lot of the children were mistreated.. It would be handy to know how to find the official records of why he was sent away as he was not an orphan.