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Daniel Brammall

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Daniel Brammall / Bramall of Thomas Brammall and Sons and early partner in Naylor and Sanderson

His works and residence were at the White House, Sheffield. Bramall Lane was afterwards named after him. The White House, near the present Sheffield United football ground, was pulled down only recently.

1807 Lived at Grey Stones, Strafforth and Tickhill, Sheffield[1]

1821 Bankrupt. Sale of his house - Sheaf House - with land.[2]

1825 Mention of the workshops of Daniel Brammall and his partners.[3]

1826 Bankrupt. Daniel Brammall, now or late of Whitehouse, Sheffield.[4]

1841 Death of his wife Margaret age 75. (relict of Daniel Brammall, formerly of Sheaf House).[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1807 Poll Book
  2. Sheffield Independent - Saturday 03 November 1821
  3. Sheffield Independent - Saturday 04 June 1825
  4. Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Monday 29 May 1826
  5. Sheffield Independent - Saturday 27 February 1841