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Breadmore Genealogy

A group for all with the Breadmore surname and their descendants throughout the world. Variants include Bredmore, Bradmore, Breadman and Bredman. The name is registered with the Guild of One Name Studies.

Website: http://www.breadmore.org
Location: GOONS
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Aug 8, 2011

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Welcome to the Breadmore Genealogy Group which is for all those with the surname BREADMORE and its many variants and also for all who are descended from BREADMOREs throughout the world.
The photo above is of my grandfather William Henry Breadmore on his wedding day in 1903.
Visit the Breadmore One-Name Study web site for more information, stories and questions about Breadmores and the many ways the name has been recorded throughout history.

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Comment by Rosemary Harris on August 8, 2011 at 5:53pm

It is with immense sadnes that I read of the death of Margaret who I have been in contact with for about 6 years. My husband and I were fortunate to meet Margaret and Brian in 2007 at their home in Tilehurst where we spent a very pleasant morning discussing the Breadmores and our own connections.

Margaret was a lovely lady with a passion for genealogy, who will be greatly missed by all who new her.

Our deepest sympathy to Andrew and Brian

Comment by Andrew Young for Margaret Young on August 8, 2011 at 6:46am
Margaret Young died on 7 August 2011 after a short and unexpected illness with cancer.
Comment by Donald James BRADMORE on August 11, 2009 at 6:20pm
Hi Margaret Thanks for this! I'd love to be able to add a Bradmore grave from the early days in Australia but haven't found one yet! Convict George Breadmore (Chapman, 1825) and his immediate Bradmore descendants all seem to have been too poor for headstones! I've located quite a number of their burial sites but their graves are unmarked. If anyone has any other information, please let me know.
Comment by Andrew Young for Margaret Young on August 11, 2009 at 10:13am

Today I have started a Photo Album which I have called 'Breadmore Graves'
Comment by Andrew Young for Margaret Young on August 6, 2009 at 1:23pm
Today I have added another story and a question to the Breadmore One-Name Study web site.
George BREADMAN was sentenced to death in 1819 but was transported to New South Wales where he died on arrival.
John BREADMAN married Hester BROWN in 1762 - who was he?
Comment by Donald James BRADMORE on July 22, 2009 at 5:49pm
I'm researching my gggrandfather George BREADMORE (c.1803-1882) and his descendants in Australia. In 1825, George was convicted of burglary at Hungerford, Berks., England, and sentenced to transportation for life to Van Diemen';s Land (Tasmania). He arrived in Hobart in 1826. In 1838 he married Elizabeth FARRELL, a free settler from Devon, England. Any information will be gratefully received.
Comment by Andrew Young for Margaret Young on July 15, 2009 at 2:47am
Welcome to the Breadmore Genealogy Group which is for all those with the surname BREADMORE and its many variants and also for all who are descended from BREADMOREs throughout the world.
The photo above is of my grandfather William Henry Breadmore on his wedding day in 1903.
Visit the Breadmore One-Name Study web site for more information, stories and questions about Breadmores and the many ways the name has been recorded throughout history.
 

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