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Alfred Bramall

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Alfred Bramall (1834-1913) of Gregory and Bramall

1834 Born the son of James Bramall, a File Maker, and his wife Elizabeth.

1841 James Bramall 57, file maker, lived in Sheffield North with James Bramall 19, file maker, Geo Bramall 14, file maker, Henry Bramall 11, Frederic Bramall 9, Alfred Bramall 7, Edwin Bramall 4, Elizth Bramall 47, Elizth Bramall 20, Caroline Bramall 16[1]

1851 Living at 53 Green Lane, Sheffield: Elizabeth Bramall (age 58 born Sheffield), Widow. With her three sons; Henry Bramall (age 22 born Sheffield), File Smith; Alfred Bramall (age 17 born Sheffield), File Smith App.; and , File Smith App.; and Edwin Bramall (age 13 born Sheffield).[2]

1861 Married at Barrow upon Soar to Mary Ann Squire

1901 Alfred Bramall 67, retired steel and file manufacturer, lived in Hallam[3]

1911 Living at 114 Westbourne Road, Sheffield: Alfred Bramall (age 77 born Sheffield), Retired - Widower. One servant.[4]

1913 August 10th. Died, of Westbourne Road, Sheffield. Probate to Richard Frederick Wardrobe and others.



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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 Census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 Census