???? - 1837
Counterclaimed as one among other assignees of Burrell and Edward Carnes for the compensation for the Spring Garden plantation in British Guiana.
Will of Henry Bromfield gentleman of Cheltenham Gloucestershire proved 07/03/1837.
'Lately, Henry Bromfield,esq. In addition to numberless acts of charity performed during his lifetime, he has bequeathed to the trustees of Cheltenham Chapel 200l; and to each of the undermentioned Institutions, 100l.: - Cheltenham Dispensary, FemaleOrphan Asylum, Infants' School, Benevolent Society, Union School, London Missionary Society, British and Foreign Bible Society, Naval and Military Bible Society, Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews, Hibernian Society, Religious Tract Society, Gloucester Magdalen Asylum.'
Henry Bromfield was reportedly the son of Henry Bromfield (c. 1728-1820) of the US. Henry Bromfield the son was born c. 1751, visited England in 1768 and then settled in London in 1787 as a merchant, before retiring to Cheltenham in 1812.
T71/1259 gives 'Henry Bloomfield [sic] of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire'
Gentleman's Magazine Vol. 161 (April 1837), p. 445. The entry follows immediately after other death notices with dates in February 1837].
D.D. Slade, The Bromfields pp. 16-17.
£3,421 16S 4D
Unsuccessful claimant (Assignee)
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, South-west England, England