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Henry Tootal Broadhurst

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1822 Born in Manchester, son of Daniel and Sarah Broadhurst; Daniel was a merchant[1]

1841 Living in West Derby, Lancs, with Daniel Broadhurst 50, a merchant, Sarah Broadhurst 50, Robert Broadhurst 25, a merchant, Henry Broadhurst 15, Eliza Broadhurst 20, Frances Broadhurst 20[2]

1853 Married Mary Margaret Brooks in Chorlton[3]

1856 Birth of son Henry Brooks Broadhurst in Cheetham[4]

1858 Birth of son Edward Tootal Broadhurst in Cheetham[5]

1860 Birth of son Arthur Brooks Broadhurst in Cheetham[6]

1869 Birth of daughter Grace Alice Brooks Broadhurst in Manchester[7]

1871 In Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, a cotton .... and magistrate, with Mary Margaret 43, Marion 13, Florence 9, John 6, Godfrey 5, Grace 2[8]

1876 of the firm of Tootal, Broadhurst, Lee, and Company, Manufacturers, of Newton Heath, in the county of Lancaster, applied for a patent for the invention of "improvements in fancy weaving, and in the apparatus employed for such purposes."[9]

1885 Married Elizabeth Frances Butler in London[10]

1891 Retired cotton, silk and wool manufacturer, living in Leamington with Elizabeth F Broadhurst 52 and Ernest H Broadhurst 13[11]

1896 Died in Bakewell

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester registers
  2. 1841 census
  3. BMD
  4. BMD
  5. BMD
  6. BMD
  7. BMD
  8. 1871 census
  9. London Gazette 27 August 1875
  10. BMD
  11. 1891 census