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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 13 September 12 10:04 BST (UK) »
Bran, it was a Joseph Bradburn from that family who married to my gt aunt Phoebe. The names are there!

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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 13 September 12 17:59 BST (UK) »
Unfortunately my Joseph Bradburn did not marry your great aunt Phoebe, and he remained in Shropshire his whole life. But as I say, it's quite possible that members of that extended family moved to Glasgow and elsewhere.
clarke, sutton; shifnal wellington market drayton potteries
lowe, fletcher, bradbourne; priorslee lilleshall donnington
horton; wolverhampton
betteley; shropshire and staffordshire

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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 14 December 17 13:25 GMT (UK) »
In Glasgow in 1871, earlier than I thought, Brian. This is them in 1881,
15 River street, Dennistoun, Glasgow.
Thomas Bradburn 47, blacksmith, b. England.
Matilda Bradburn 39,                          "
William G Bradburn 12,                 b. Glasgow.
Mary K 10,                                          "
Thomas  5                                           "
Matilda   3                                           "

Pretty sure this is the right Bradburn's, an uncommon name here.  By 1891 they are in 40 James Orr Street, Townhead, Glasgow. One of them married my gt aunt who was at No' 34, b. Dudley, father a Forbes, a glassblower, her mother an Edmunds, Staffs.
Maybe they got together of an evening to discuss the cricket scores?

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Thomas Bradburn was my 3 x great grandfather. I have found his death record from April 1910 which states his father's name and it looks like Isaac (it's quite hard to read). I don't suppose you have any further information on Thomas or his father?

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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 14 December 17 14:31 GMT (UK) »
Stuart,    welcome to Rootschat!   this is them in  the 1871 Census,  102 Millburn Street, Townhead, Glasgow,

Thomas Bradburn 28 blacksmith b.England,
Matilda   30   wife     b.England,
Isaac     21
William   1

1891 Census, 40 James Orr Street, Townhead, Glasgow,

Thomas Bradburn 60  widower b.England,
William   grocer      b. Glasgow,
Thomas   apprentice flesher   b. Glasgow,
Matilda    scholar                   b. Glasgow

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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 14 December 17 14:39 GMT (UK) »
Stuart,    welcome to Rootschat!   this is them in  the 1871 Census,  102 Millburn Street, Townhead, Glasgow,

Thomas Bradburn 28 blacksmith b.England,
Matilda   30   wife     b.England,
Isaac     21
William   1

1891 Census, 40 James Orr Street, Townhead, Glasgow,

Thomas Bradburn 60  widower b.England,
William   grocer      b. Glasgow,
Thomas   apprentice flesher   b. Glasgow,
Matilda    scholar                   b. Glasgow

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Thanks! I don't suppose you know whereabouts in England Thomas Bradburn was born? Looking through the thread it seems it could be Shropshire. I have found birth records for Thomas Bradburns in Chester and Manchester from around that period, but nothing else.

BTW, my mother's middle name was Matilda which was obviously carried on from Matilda Bradburn, and my grandmother's middle name was Bradburn.

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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 14 December 17 15:31 GMT (UK) »
Stuart,  I remember Joe Bradburn, the family lived in Alexandra Parade I think, dunno who these folks are?

1881 Census, St George's, Milton, Glasgow. (Blytheswood area, not The Milton)

Martha Bradburn 30 b.England,
John 10,
Thomas 5,
Mary 6,
Elizabeth 2.
plus 3 lodgers, MacQueen, Gracey & Ranel

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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 14 December 17 16:25 GMT (UK) »
Stuart,  I remember Joe Bradburn, the family lived in Alexandra Parade I think, dunno who these folks are?

1881 Census, St George's, Milton, Glasgow. (Blytheswood area, not The Milton)

Martha Bradburn 30 b.England,
John 10,
Thomas 5,
Mary 6,
Elizabeth 2.
plus 3 lodgers, MacQueen, Gracey & Ranel
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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 14 December 17 16:45 GMT (UK) »
Not sure if this has been put up but could this be Thomas:

Bpt., Dawley Magna, Shropshire

11 Sept 1825 Thomas Bradburn, son of Isaac and Catherine. Abode - Horsehay

Isaac is listed as a Blacksmith


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added - ref this Thomas:

In Glasgow in 1871, earlier than I thought, Brian. This is them in 1881,
15 River street, Dennistoun, Glasgow.
Thomas Bradburn 47, blacksmith, b. England.
Matilda Bradburn 39,                          "
William G Bradburn 12,                 b. Glasgow.
Mary K 10,                                          "
Thomas  5                                           "
Matilda   3                                           "
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Re: BRADBURN
« Reply #17 on: Thursday 14 December 17 16:58 GMT (UK) »
Isaac and Catherine also had the following children baptised at Dawley

1815  Barbara
1817 Robert
1819 Isaac
1821 William
1823 Charles
1830 John
1832 Richard
1836 George


There might be more!

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