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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brotheridge, M.A. (I486)
 
2  Brotheridge, Mark (I517)
 
3  Pewtress, Mary (I2433)
 
4  Brotheridge, Lilian Sabina (I2785)
 
5  Brotheridge, Elizabeth (I4011)
 
6

1881. Unmarried, blind
1891 single, blind
1901 single, living with Ann Brotheridge (nee Chamberlain), aged 72, widow, born Tirley, seamstress
 
Brotheridge, Jeremiah (I2507)
 
7
 
Brotheridge, Charles (I29)
 
8
 
Clark, Elizabeth (I41)
 
9
 
Brotheridge, John Charles (I2466)
 
10
 
Goodall, Mary Ann (I3176)
 
11
9th July 1937 - Arrived in Liverpool from Montreal aboard the "Duchess of Bedford"
Proposed address in the UK - Emsworth, Hampshire, England

28th Aug 1937 - Sailed with his wife from Southampton to Quebec aboard the "Empress of Australia."
 
Brotheridge, James Robert (I1376)
 
12
Cousin of Alice Bartlett, brought up by Georgina and Edward Brotheridge. He was a member of St. Peter's Church choir and wrote a piece of music for the church. He later set up his own Jazz group.
Last heard of living in Oxford. These facts from Alice Bartlett.
 
Brotheridge, Cecil Trevor Owen (I1478)
 
13
See Adelaide Sarah Brotheridge also registered Brighton 2b 233.

Sailed from Liverpool to Montreal, Canada in 1908.
 
Brotheridge, Ellen Mary (I3078)
 
14
Tall, dark and handsome. Used to wear a top hat. Very talented artist.

1901 census - visiting Jasper Bartlett of 1, Vauxhall Place, Elm Street, Cheltenham
 
Brotheridge, William (I1476)
 
15 "Alva" 2 Friars Close, The Woodlands Brotheridge, John Conway (I2579)
 
16 "Ashfield" Old Malton, North Yorkshire, England Sitch, Lilian May (I3154)
 
17 "Glynfield" Foxmoor Lane Brotheridge, Edgar (I3755)
 
18 "Langhurst" Elmbridge Road Millard, Samuel (I146)
 
19 "Rodborough" 7, Minge Lane Withey, Elizabeth Mary (I3804)
 
20 "Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2011. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S918)
 
21 "Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2011. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S1023)
 
22 10 Russell Place Bundy, Elizabeth (I3817)
 
23 10, Clare Place, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England Drinkwater, Georgina (I859)
 
24 104, Whitehall Road Brotheridge, Florence Beatrice (I290)
 
25 107, Montagu Street Brotheridge, Edgar (I1141)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brotheridge, D.G. (I2578)
 
27 10th April 1823 Witness at the marriage of Edward Niblett to Elizabeth French in Tirley
 
Brotheridge, Thomas (I188)
 
28 11, Dorset Street, Newington, Surrey, England Brotheridge, John (I2229)
 
29 134, Finborough Road, Earls Court, Middlesex, England Brotheridge, Sarah Ann (I520)
 
30 14/5/1955 - Sailed from Liverpool to Melbourne, Australia .
 
Brotheridge, Edward Arthur (I4196)
 
31 17th Oct 1842, at the age of 14, tried and found guilty of larceny, two convictions at Worcester County Sessions and sentenced to seven years transportation after seven days imprisonment. BROTHERIDGE, Joseph Convicted: Worcester Quarter Sessions Date: 17/10/1842 Age: 13 Occupation: Labourer Offence: Felony and previous convictions Sentence: Transportation 7 years Classification: Success (provisional) Joseph Brotheridge was born 25/11/1828 in the Civil Parish of Upton upon Severn, Worcester, the son of George Brotheridge, a Labourer, and his wife, Mary Brotheridge (nee Shelton), a Launderess. Nothing is known of his childhood and early life history until he was committed to appear at the Worcester Quarter Sessions on 17/10/1842 accused of “Felony and previous convictions”, found guilty and sentenced to transportation for 7 years. The Court recorded his age as 13 and his occupation Labourer. He was first received at the Worcester Gaol as part of the standard interim holding arrangements and then transferred to Parkhurst Prison on 09/11/1842 His initial Gaoler’s Report on admission had no comments, other than to remark that he was single. There was no indication as to whether he could read and write. He was transferred to the Philanthropic Institution at St. George’s Fields, Southwark on 23/12/1846 (now known as the Royal Philanthropic Society).(ii) The continuing story of Joseph Brotheridge is the related by the Institute’s Admission Register (iii): 1846 Dec. 23: Chaplain’s account from Parkhurst is “Greatly improved lately - was sullen, obstinate, careless, disobedient - is subdued by firmness & kindness. 1847 Jan. 9: Had a share in misconduct in Dining Room. Excused for voluntarily owning up. 1847 Jan. 28: Seriously admonished by the Chaplain for his share in the escapes of Tressler, Foley & Crosby. 1847 Nov. 15: Being very desirous of going to sea. He has been bound (App) to Mr. Linton of the Firm of Gibson & Linton, St. Helens, & has sailed in the “John Lock” for the Levant. -2- No date: Said to have left his ship & gone to his friends. Despite extensive research no other details for Joseph Brotheridge have been retrieved.
 
Brotheridge, Joseph (I1785)
 
32 18, Bennington Grove Brotheridge, William Sermon (I3131)
 
33 18, Highcroft Road, Erdington Brotheridge, Charles Christopher (I1463)
 
34 18, Lower Park Street Hawker, Alfred Charles (I4655)
 
35 1828 John Wood was in debtor's prison in Gloucester. Wood, John (I5185)
 
36 1835 - tenant of James Gomery
 
Brotheridge, Joseph (I476)
 
37 1841 - Living with West family at Baughton
 
Brotheridge, John (I3093)
 
38 1841 Census - Joseph Steel
 
Steel, Joseph (I2411)
 
39 1841 Census - living with her son William in Tirley.
1851 Census - lodging with Stephens family in Tirley - describes herself as a widow.
 
Poytress, Nancy (I610)
 
40 1841 Census - Mary Steel
 
Brotheridge, Mary Anne (I2414)
 
41 1841 Census - visiting William Procter and family in Elkstone.
 
Brotheridge, Elizabeth (I3126)
 
42 1841 Census - with grandparents Joseph & Elizabeth Brotheridge
 
Little, Jane (I2404)
 
43 1841 Census Returns, London, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) Source (S866)
 
44 1851 census - living with John and Elizabeth is John Brotheridge, nephew aged 8, b.Birtsmorton.
1861 census - living with John and Elizabeth are John Brotheridge, nephew aged 16, Philip Stephens, nephew, aged 10, b. Birtsmorton and visiting is Edwin Rudge, nephew aged 17.
1871 census - living with John are John Brotheridge, nephew aged 25, b. Defford and Philip T. Stephens, nephew, aged 20, b. Birtsmorton
1881 census - living with John are John Brotheridge, nephew aged 32, b. Defford and Philip T. Stephens, nephew, aged 28, b. Birtsmorton

Birt’s Morton is a small village and parish, about 6 ½ miles S.W. from Upton, 7 W. from Tewkesbury, and 7 S.E. from Ledbury, containing a population according to the last census of 318 inhabitants.
Morton Court is a very ancient edifice, entirely surround by a moat, which is in a very perfect state.
The Church, dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, is a stone building, with square tower and four bells. The edifice does not contain any architectural features worthy of note. The living is a Rectory. Rev. Stephen Thackwell, M.A., Rector; Rev. Stephen Thackwell, jun., M.A., Curate; Mr. John Stephens, Clerk. Service - 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
There is a small Wesleyan Chapel in the parish. No stated minister. Service - 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
 
Brotheridge, John (I2253)
 
45 1851 census with grandparents Thomas & Fanny Brotheridge in Sheep Street, Chipping Campden.
 
Blotheridge, Henry Best (I1143)
 
46 1851 census with grandparents Thomas & Fanny Brotheridge in Sheep Street, Chipping Campden.
 
Brotheridge, Joyce (I1182)
 
47 1851 living with grandparents Jeremiah and Elizabeth Brotheridge at Tirley 1861 living with grandmother Harriet Longney at Longney Kemmett, John (I1302)
 
48 1851, 1861, 1871 and 1881 Census - living with Uncle John Brotheridge
 
Brotheridge, John (I1195)
 
49 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Source (S916)
 
50 1861 Census - living with grandmother Harriet Longney at Longney Kemmett, Elizabeth (I1303)
 

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