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Blanche Beatrice Taylor (née Bromilow)

(1843-1893), Wife of Joseph Marinduke Taylor

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Blanche Beatrice Taylor (née Bromilow), by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax56114

Blanche Beatrice Taylor (née Bromilow)

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 23 October 1861
NPG Ax56114

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Beatrice Teasdale( nee Bromilow)

02 April 2020, 22:18

I am Beatrice Olive Bromilow my grandmother was of the same name and married to John Timothy Bromilow

John Bromilow

04 December 2015, 02:47

Blanche Beatrice Bromilow (1843 – 1893) was born in St George Hanover Square, Middlesex. Her father, Adam Bromilow (1803 – 1844), was a Barrister at Law at Lincoln’s Inn and a son of William Bromilow (1772 – 1839), a Coal Proprietor in St Helens. Her mother, Frances Anne Donnelley (1809 – 1857), was the daughter of Admiral Sir Ross Donnelly (1761 – 1840).
In 1844, a year after Blanche was born, her father as well as four siblings had died of scarlet fever.
Blanche married Joseph Marmaduke Taylor (1835 – 1882) in 1879. He was Surgeon Major of the Royal Horse Guards.

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