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British Industrial History

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Richard Archibald Brooman

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1856. Machinery for Boring and Excavating.
1857. Machinery for Cutting and Dressing Stone.
1859. Machinery for pressing and moulding.

Richard Archibald Brooman (c1831-1866)of Robertson, Brooman and Co, patent agent and editor of The Mechanic's Magazine

1851 Living at 10 Brompton Row, Kensington: Richard A. Brooman (age 20 born Brompton, Kent), Patent Agent.[1]

1852 August 10th. Married at Marylebone to Amelia Susannah Smith.

1866 April 5th. Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census