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Timothy Bramah

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Timothy Bramah (1784-1838)

1784 Son of Joseph Bramah. See Bramah Genealogy

1808 Married Anne West of Cawthorne

1813 Joined Bramah's

1824 On the exportation of machinery and the moral condition of the working classes[1][2]

1830 Left the firm of Joseph Bramah and Sons, at Pimlico and Piccadilly[3]

1838 Will of Timothy Bramah of Chelsea, Middlesex, Date 27 November 1838

1841 His widow was 'Resident in premises formerly known as Mr Bramah's' at St. George Hanover Square: Ann Bramah (age c50), Independent; Caroline E. Bramah (age c15); and Alfred T. Bramah (age c20), Clerk: Other families also living here.[4]

1851 Living at 23 Thurloe Square, Kensington: Thomas T. Bramah (age 35 born St. Geo. Hanover Sq.), M. A. Cambridge. and his siblings E. A. Bramah (female age 35 born St. Geo. Hanover Sq.); A. T. Bramah (male age 32 born St. Geo. Hanover Sq.), B. A. Cambridge; and C. E. Bramah (female age 29 born St. Geo. Hanover Sq.). Four servants.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Mechanics Magazine 1824/03/13
  2. Mechanics Magazine 1824/03/27
  3. London Gazette 9 April 1830
  4. 1841 Census
  5. 1851 Census