|CIVIL ENGINEER (ENGLAND)|
BORN 22 Apr 1838, Maidenhead, Berkshire - DIED 13 Oct 1902, London: 15 Hyde Park Gardens|
GRAVE LOCATION London: Kensal Green Cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensal Green (165/RS (34455))
Peter Brotherhood was the son of the engineer Rowland Brotherhood (1812-1883). He studied at King's College School and gained experience at the Great Western Railway works at Swindon. He married Eliza Pinniger Hunt in 1866. In 1867 he became a partner in Kittoe and Brotherhood in Clerkenwell that produced brewing machinery.
In 1871 the firm became his own and was named Peter Brotherhood. It mainly produced machines that were designed by himself, like engines and torpedoes. In 1881 his company was relocated to Lambeth. His son Stanley worked as his manager and after Peter's death in 1902 he moved the works to Peterborough and continued them as Peter Brotherhood Limited.
Father: Brotherhood, Rowland
Paths of Glory, The Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 1997
Peter Brotherhood - Wikipedia