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901 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Source (S815)
 
902 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings Source (S816)
 
903 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings. Source (S964)
 
904 War Memorial Hospital Roose, Frank Dashwood (I820)
 
905 Warwickshire Anglican Registers, Warwick, England: Warwickshire County Record Office Source (S887)
 
906 Warwickshire Anglican Registers, Warwick, England: Warwickshire County Record Office Source (S906)
 
907 Warwickshire Anglican Registers. Warwick, England: Warwickshire County Record Office. Source (S1033)
 
908 Warwickshire Anglican Registers. Warwick, England: Warwickshire County Record Office. Source (S1034)
 
909 Was a Captain in the 48th Regiment of Foot. Died in Sydney , NSW buried at St James' C of E - NSW Death Ref. V1827572- 2C.

At the Family Seat of the late GEORGE JOHNSTON, Esq. on the night of the 25th Instant, THOMAS HENRY BROTHERIDGE, Esq. Captain in His Majesty's 40th Regiment. His remains were interred with Military Honours, in the Family Vault at Annandale, attended by a numerous circle of Friends.

The Ship Lady Castlereagh sailed from England on Wednesday, 22 October 1817 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 30 April 1818 under the Master George Weltden. Gov Macquarie notes; At 8,O'Clock this Evening, the two Male Convict Ships Lady Castlereagh Commanded by Capt. George Weltden with 300 Male Convicts from England, and the Minerva Commanded by Capt. John Bell with 160 Male Convicts from Ireland, anchored in Port Jackson; the former Ship having sailed from England on the 22d. of Decr. and the latter from Cork on the 1st. of Jany. last; neither of the Ships having touched any where during the Voyage nor lost a Single Man. - Mr. Jas. Cragie is Surgeon Supdt. of the Lady Castlereagh, and Lieut. Brotheridge of the 48th. Regt. commands the Guard; Mr. - [name omitted] Hunter is Surgeon Supdt. of the Minerva, and Capt. Allman of the 48th. Regt. commands the Guard on board that Ship. -

Fought at the Battle of Albuera in 1811 and was reported missing.
 
Brotheridge, Thomas Henry (I4452)
 
910 Was Harriet the daughter of Ambrose Brotheridge?
 
Brotheridge, Harriett (I392)
 
911 Was he a witness at the marriage of Edward Niblett and Elizabeth French at Tirley in 1823?
 
Brotheridge, Thomas (I1335)
 
912 Was he a witness at the marriage of Edward Niblett and Elizabeth French at Tirley in 1823?
 
Brotheridge, Thomas (I3041)
 
913 Was in the First World War after which he suffered from malaria. Brotheridge, Henry Edward (I1472)
 
914 West Yorkshire Nonconformist Records. Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, and Wakefield, England: West Yorkshire Archive Service. Archive reference information can be viewed <a href='/search/dbextra.aspx?dbid=2268'>here</a>. Source (S927)
 
915 White Rock District Hospital Woolley, Ethel Maud (I1912)
 
916 Wick Farm Prew, William John Thomas (I50)
 
917 WILL OF JOHN BROTHERIDGE
Confectioner of
84 Waterloo Buildings,
Tewkesbury Road,
Cheltenham

Will dated 6th April 1871
John died on 2nd August 1871 at 84 Waterloo Buildings, Cheltenham

Main points:

To daughter-in-law ELIZABETH LEWIS of 42 High Street, Tewkesbury ALL THAT cottage or tenement called "Rosette Cottage" Swindon Road, Cheltenham and ALL THAT messuage or tenement known as 58 Rutland Street, Cheltenham with the appurtenants.

To RAYMOND TUSTIN who I apprenticed in the trade of blacksmith my three small cottages in Worcester Street, Cheltenham numbers 37, 38and 29 now in the occupation of ? Apperley, Mrs. Hughes and David Vizard TOGETHER WITH the land belonging thereto containing by admeasurement one chain or thereabouts belonging

To JEREMIAH BROTHERIDGE (born blind) my two stone houses numbered 42 and 43 situate in Worcester Street, Cheltenham now in the occupation of George Cooper and Charles Vizard.

To nephew JOSEPH BROTHERIDGE (son of brother Frederick) now living at Sandpits Tirley my house in Waterloo Street, Cheltenham with the stable and yard belonging.

To nephew JOSEPH BROTHERIDGE (son of brother Ambrose) my house in Worcester Street now in the occupation of David Dodwell.

To housekeeper ELIZABETH FARMER my house No. 14 Worcester Street now in the occupation of Thomas Aston until her decease after to Thomas Allen (son of my late wife) now residing at Staverton and after his decease to Ann Tustin and her decease to her son Levi Tustin

To Elizabeth Farmer eight shillings a week for life.

After my death to sell and dispose of my three houses in Waterloo Street and my house No. 15 Worcester Street.

Furniture, Personal effects, stock in business, monies, plate, linen, wardrobe, china, watches, jewellery and other goods and chattels equally divided (except the wardrobe) to go to Jeremiah and Joseph Brotheridge.

Elizabeth Farmer to have her pick to furnish the cottage, which I have devised to her for life.

Joseph (son of brother Fred) and John Lewis to be executors.
 
Brotheridge, John (I4546)
 
918 Windyridge, Shinehill Lane Salisbury, Edith Mary (I42)
 
919 Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Wisconsin Marriages, 1973-1978; Wisconsin Marriages, 1979-1997. Wisconsin, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Source (S965)
 
920 Witness at brother William's marriage in 1853
 
Brotheridge, Sabina (I4547)
 
921 Witness at his sister Martha's marriage to Henry.
 
Jenkins, Daniel (I3411)
 
922 Witton Cemetery Brotheridge, Kate Alice (I3114)
 
923 Witton Cemetery Brotheridge, Frederick Henry Arthur (I3194)
 
924 Witton Cemetery Brotheridge, Albert (I3794)
 
925 Witton Cemetery Pullen, Mary Ann (I4028)
 
926 Witton Cemetery Brotheridge, John (I4730)
 
927 Wm. John Brotheridge at marriage in Birtsmorton Parish Register
 
Brotheridge, John (I3111)
 
928 Woodside Lane Chapman, James Arscott (I4704)
 
929 Woodside Lane Burrows, Harriett (I4719)
 
930 Woolridge Brotheridge, Sarah Amelia (I1271)
 
931 Woolridge Farm Butt, William (I4126)
 
932 Worcestershire Quarter Sessions Rolls - Easter 1839
Removal order Joseph Brotheridge, wife Charlotte and 3 children from Croome D'Abitot to Defford, with examination (ref. 1/1/732/180)
 
Brotheridge, Joseph (I1198)
 
933 Worked for Martins before joining the Air Force. His son was a very good swimmer.
 
Brotheridge, Edwin George (I1471)
 
934 Wotton Lodge Nursing Home Brotheridge, Thomas (I1265)
 
935 Wroxton Nursing Home, 76 St Bernard's Road Tullett, Kate May (I3323)
 
936 WW2 Service Record Name BROTHERIDGE, WILLIAM JOHN Service Australian Army Service Number VX133876 Date of Birth 29 Nov 1917 Place of Birth WILLIAMSTOWN, VIC Date of Enlistment 13 Mar 1943 Locality on Enlistment SOUTH MELBOURNE, VIC Place of Enlistment CHIDLOWS, WA Next of Kin BROTHERIDGE, PATRICIA Date of Discharge 28 Apr 1944 Rank Lance Corporal Posting at Discharge 22 COY WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display Prisoner of War No Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2002.
 
Brotheridge, William John (I2666)
 
937 Yeoman
 
Brotheridge, Thomas (I2427)
 
938 Yeoman Brotheridge, Charles (I3697)
 
939 Yeoman of Birtsmorton
Will 1823
 
Brotheridge, Ambrose (I3670)
 
940 Yeoman of Castlemorton Brotheridge, Walter (I2419)
 
941 Yeoman of Kemerton
 
Brotheridge, Thomas (I3034)
 
942 [Brotheridges of Chipping Campden.FTW] 1851 with grandparents Thomas & Fanny Brotheridge at Sheep Street, Chipping Campden Newhall, Jane (I1233)
 
943 [Brotheridges of Tirley.FTW] Buried with grandparents at Tirley Church Brotheridge, Frederick James Joseph (I558)
 
944 [cooper.FTW] Died aged 4 months Huguenin, Angela (I4)
 
945 [cooper.FTW] Married Olive bigamously! Davis, Percival Philip Jean (I2574)
 
946 [cooper.FTW] Rita Cothier has a postcard addressed to Miss N. Watts, 116, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, London W which says: "Dear Nellie, Wishes for a happy Christmas and a brighter new year hoping we shall spend the next one in dear old blighty. Your loving brother Edgar." It is franked "ARMY POST OFFICE 8 DEC 15" Watts, Nellie (I1549)
 
947 [cooper.FTW] Was in St. Peter's Church choir. We have a photograph. Brotheridge, Olive (I1473)
 
948 [cooper.FTW] Was ostracised by the family for divorcing Joan Wilcox.
 
Watts, George William Henry (I4150)
 

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