Joseph Warner Bromley

1792 - 16th Dec 1860


London solicitor, trustee and agent for other trustees on a complex award on Byde Mill in Barbados.

  1. In partnership at Gray's Inn as 'Attorneys and Solicitors' with William Bromley until the dissolution of the partnership 20/09/1834; William Bromley subsequently went bankrupt but Joseph Warner Bromley continued, retiring 31/12/1850 from his partnership with Walter William Aldridge.

  2. Baptised or born 02/10/1792 at St George the Martyr, the son of Nathaniel Warner Bromley. Married Amelia Robarts 17/01/1822 at Westminster. Will of Joseph Warner Bromley formerly of Gray's Inn but lately of Bansfield Hall Suffolk who died at Bansfield Hall 16/12/1860 proved 29/01/1861 by two of his sons, effects under £14,000.


T71/898 Barbados claim no. 3777 (Byde Mill).

  1. London Gazette, Issue 19195, 23/09/1834, p. 1724; London Gazette, Issue 20374, 16/08/1844, p. 2876; London Gazette, Issue 21168, 03/01/1851, p.15.

  2., England and Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906 [database online];, London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1980 [database online]; National Probate Calendar 1861. Children are from England and Wales Christening Records.

We are grateful to Peter Winnington for his assistance with this entry.

Further Information

Amelia Robarts
Nathaniel Warner (1822-), Joseph Robarts (1824-), Amelia (1827-), Mary Anne (1829-), Emma (1831-), Martha Jane (1836-)
Wealth at death

Associated Claims (2)

£1,582 13s 7d
£29 2s 6d
Other association

Relationships (1)

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Addresses (2)

1 South Square, Gray's Inn, London, Middlesex, London, England
Bansfield Hall, Wickhambrook, Suffolk, East Anglia, England