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The Broadribb family were basd in  Ston Easton and other villages but they appear in the 18th century in both the churchwarden accounts and poor book as rate payers for an estate in the East End tithing. Most of the reference only identify Mr Broadribb which hints that he was a man of enough substance to warrant the ‘Mr’ prefix.
 Andrew Broadribb’s estate was valued at £30 for his whole estate  in 1754 and he may have taken John Dowling as an apprentice in 1769.
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