One of the families in Australia is descended from Edmund BREADMORE who was born in Mildenhall, Wiltshire. Another family is descended from George BREADMORE who was born in Somerset, although his father was from Berkshire.

The BREADMORE and BRADMORE families in Tasmania are descended from George BREADMORE who changed his name to BRADMORE in about 1840. George was originally from Hungerford, Berkshire.

Wokingham, Reading, Newbury, Gloucester, Bristol, Birmingham, Massachusetts and New Zealand BREADMOREs can all be linked via Brightwalton, Berkshire to Mildenhall, Wiltshire.

The Bermondsey (south London) BREADMOREs are descended from Mildenhall. They moved to south London in the 1860s.

The two distinct family groups of present-day Canadian BREADMOREs are both descended from Brightwalton.

The Portsea family of the late 1850s (which later moved to Reading) originated from Ashmansworth, Hampshire. In Ashmansworth, they are also recorded as BREADMAN.

The BREADMOREs living in the Staines area are descendants of Joseph the son of George and Kezia of Bishops Cannings.

The family at Haworth, Yorkshire, in 1881 is descended from Brinkworth and Wroughton in Wiltshire. One of their ancestors is Richard BREADMORE.

I have been able to link the family at Richmond in Surrey with Hungerford, Berkshire.

Colchester, Romford and Islington BREADMOREs can be traced back to Hungerford and Great Bedwyn

The families at Leicester and Staines can be traced back to Mildenhall via Bishops Cannings

The BREADMOREs in Lambeth and Epsom can also be traced back to Mildenhall but via Stockbridge and Wherwell in Hampshire.

The BRADMORE family in Buckinghamshire are descended from the BREADMORE family of Blewbury, Berkshire.

The BREADMAN families in Cambridge, Essex and Bethnal Green can be traced back to James BREDMORE of Kintbury, Berkshire.

The family in Sussex is descended from the Gloucester branch, which originated in Brightwalton.

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Breadmore One-Name Study - One Big Family -

Grove Cottages, Hammersmith
Grove Cottages,
Hammersmith, London
Home of Edmund BREADMORE
in 1881