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Re: Richard France Mr. Broadbent
Posted by: liz u. (ID *****3575) Date: September 06, 2011 at 07:18:01
In Reply to: Richard France Mr. Broadbent by Donna Wolf of 5364

Hi Donna,

A little help regarding Mr. Broadbent.

Maryland Marriage:

Name: Stephen Broadbent
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 22 Jan 1833
Spouse: Eugenia Mary Scott
Spouse Gender: Male
State: Maryland
County: Baltimore

In 1850 he is a Merchant, residing in Baltimore.

1860: District 9, Baltimore, Maryland

Stephen Broadbent 48 ENG Lottery Dealer
Value of Real Estate: $200,000.00
Value of Personal Estate: $600,000.00
Mary E. Broadbent 45 PA
John S. Broadbent 26 KY
Stephen Broadbent 24 MD
Joseph Broadbent 20 MD
Mary E. Broadbent 18 MD
Lewis R. Broadbent 16 MD
Charles F. Broadbent 10 MD
Adele Broadbent 8 MD
Virginia Broadbent 5 MD
Bernard Broadbent 2 MD
+9 Domestics & 3 Laborers

In 1870 he is a Broker, residing in Baltimore.

In 1880, he is a Stock Broker, residing on North Calvert Street in Baltimore.


Baltimore Sun, 25 Feb 1882

Death: 22 Feb 1882

BROADBENT - Suddenly, on 22d inst., STEPHEN BROADBENT, in the 71st year of his age. His funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 193 North Calvert street, Saturday, 25th instant, at ten o'clock A.M. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.

The New York Times (New York, New York)
1882 February 23


BALTIMORE, Feb. 22.-Stephen Broadbent, Sr., a well-known citizen of Baltimore, formerly a member of the firm France & Broadbent, was killed this afternoon on the track of the Northern Central Railroad, within the limits of this city. It is stated that Mr. Broadbent inquired several times when the train would pass, and, as it came along while he was standing near the track, he pulled off his hat and threw himself on the rails and the train passed over him.

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