Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameHorace Sidney Broughton
BirthApr 1911, Pakefield
Death8 Jan 1948, Scunthorpe Isolation Hospital
FatherSidney Broughton (1882-1955)
MotherEmma Edith Flowers (1891-1960)
Birth1910, Scarborough
Marriage26 Mar 1932, St. Mary's Parish Church, Scarborough
ChildrenPhyllis May (1932-)
 Edward Sidney (1934-)
 Jean (1936-)
 Brian (1939-)
 Iris (1941-)
 Christine (1947-1947)
Notes for Horace Sidney Broughton
Horace Sidney Broughton was born in April 1911 in Pakefield and was the son of Sidney Broughton (1882) and Emma Edith Flowers. He married Eliza Jane Lofthouse on 26th March 1932 at St. Mary's Parish Church, Scunthorpe. He was then living at 63 Nelson Street and was a fisherman. He was on minesweepers in World War 2 and, in later life, was a fish packer. He died from tuberculosis on 8th February 1948 in Scunthorpe Isolation Hospital.

• 1. Tom Broughton's files. Horace Sidney Broughton was a fisherman. Born April 1911, Pakefield. Died 8 February 1948, 13 Montague Street, Cleethorpes. • 2. Marie Williams' data. Horace Sidney Broughton. Died 1948, Scunthorpe Hospital isolation ward. • 3. Marriage Certificate. St. Mary’s Parish Church, Scarborough. Twenty sixth March 1932. Horace Sidney Broughton, 20, Bachelor, Fisherman, 63 Nelson Street. Father: Sidney Broughton, Engineer. Eliza Jane Lofthouse, 21, Spinster, Domestic Servant, 61 Nelson Street. Father: Arthur Lofthouse, Labourer. Married in the Parish Church, after banns, by R.M. Kettlewell, Assnt. Priest. Witnesses: Arthur Lofthouse, Eugenie Lester. • 4. Death Certificate. Scunthorpe. Eighth February 1948, The Isolation Hospital, Scunthorpe. Horace Sidney Broughton, Male, 36 years, of 13 Montague Street, Cleethorpes U D, a Fish Packer. Cause: 1(a) Pulmonary Tuberculosis, II Tubercular Laryngitis, Certified by Ian McLachlan, LRCP. Informant: E.J. Broughton, Widow of deceased in attendance, 13 Montague Street, Cleethorpes. Registered 9th February 1948, A. James, Registrar.
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