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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Breadmore Breadman Bradmore Bredmore and variants are all part of my One-Name Study.

Bennett - Wiltshire
Blunden - Hampshire
Bounds / Bowns - Wiltshire
Bowler - Berkshire
Choules - Wiltshire
Daughton - Wiltshire
Doe - Berkshire and Hampshire
Giddens / Giddings - Wiltshire
Goddard - Wiltshire
Gunter - Berkshire
Hall - Berkshire
Halls - Norfolk
Herring / Hirring - Buckinghamshire
Hewlett - Oxfordshire
Hopkins - Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire
Howard - Norfolk
Ivin - Gloucestershire
Jerom - Hampshire
Lawrence - Cambridgeshire
Lewington - Wiltshire
Macey - Wiltshire
Norman - Norfolk
Orpwood - Oxfordshire
Pothecary - Wiltshire
Sates - Oxfordshire
Schofield - Berkshire
Shurmer - Gloucestershire
Sturges - Wiltshire
Tarrant - Wiltshire
Thring - Wiltshire
Turner - Oxfordshire
Whatley - Wiltshire
Whichello - Berkshire and Oxfordshire
Whitehorn - Wiltshire
Young - Wiltshire
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Breadmore - Worldwide. Other Counties see above
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Looking for BREADMOREs everywhere

Posted on July 14, 2009 at 7:34am 0 Comments

I have been researching the BREADMORE surname and families for nearly twenty years, along with the many variants including BREDMORE, BREADMAN, BREDMAN and BRADMORE. If you have any of these names, or their varients, in your ancestry or would like to know more about the name maybe I can help you.

Want to know more? Then visit the BREADMORE One-Name Study web site or contact me at

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At 10:31am on May 19, 2016, Mary JoAnn Sams said…

Hello, I am new to this site and I saw you have an interest in WHITEHORN. As far back as I can get with my Whitehorn line is John Whitehorn born in Sussex Co. Va. @ 1750 (from He died 1823 same place and married Elizabeth (?Phillips?).John is my fifth great grandfather. My Whitehorn line starts with my great grandfather James A. Whitehorn born 1881 Columbus, Brown Co. Indiana and died 1918 Peoria, Illnois and married LouTessa Arwine.

At 3:36am on September 10, 2011, Susan M CURD said…
Andrew, Gale Gentile(nee Breadmore) left a message on Genealogywise about Murphy.  Did you see it? Ignore this if you already know of her Breadmore connection.
At 10:28pm on August 13, 2011, Dorothy Gurd said…

Hello Andrew

I am so sorry to year of Margaret's death this week. We didn't have any ancestors in common (that we knew of!), but met through our shared interest in Wiltshire and it's wonderful tangle of old county families who have endlessly intermarried over hundreds of years. Margaret was an active member of several groups and was always keen to help and offer advice when fellow members had problems with their research. I know I am just one of very many folk who will miss her very much.

Rest in Peace Margaret.




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