Brindley, Richard an English Congregational minister, was born at Worcester in 1825. He was converted and received into Christian fellowship at the age of fourteen, obtained his education at Highbury College, and was pastor first at King's Lynn. Severe weather at this place caused his removal to Argyle Chapel, Bath, where he labored successfully during ten years, and then accepted an invitation to the pastorate of the Church at Markham Square, Chelsea. Here he died, October 19, 1865. Mr. Brindley, during his life, published several Sermons and Tracts, which had considerable circulation. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1866, page 237.