Peter Brotherhood

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Peter Brotherhood (1838–1902) was a British engineer.wikipedia
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Torpedo

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He invented the Brotherhood engine used for torpedoes as well as many other engineering products.
It was propelled by a three-cylinder Brotherhood engine, using compressed air at around 1300 psi and driving two contra-rotating propellers, and was designed to self-regulate its course and depth as far as possible.

Peterborough

City of PeterboroughPeterborough, CambridgeshirePeterborough, England
His son Stanley moved the works to Peterborough in 1903 where their engineering business continued to grow.
Baker Perkins had relocated from London to Westwood, now the site of HM Prison Peterborough, in 1903, followed by Peter Brotherhood to Walton in 1906; both manufacturers of industrial machinery, they too became major employers in the city.

Whitehead torpedo

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Put to many uses it drove the Navy's Whitehead torpedoes and was used in the torpedoes of other navies as well.
It was driven by a three-cylinder compressed air engine invented, designed, and made by Peter Brotherhood.

Sheffield-Simplex

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From late 1906 the cars were named Sheffield-Simplex.
The first few cars were made by Peter Brotherhood and were a continuation of the Brotherhood-Crocker cars made in London in which Earl Fitzwilliam had been an investor.

Rowland Brotherhood

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Peter was the second son of the fourteen children of Rowland Brotherhood (1812-1883), a British engineer, and his wife Priscilla Penton.
Peter Brotherhood – engineering firm owned by his son and descendants

Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum

Coldharbour Mill
A restored Kittoe and Brotherhood beam engine of 1867 can be seen at the Coldharbour Mill museum in Devon - it was originally supplied to the Whitechapel Albion brewery.
In 1993 a salvaged 1867 Kittoe and Brotherhood beam engine was painstakingly restored and installed at the mill, in one of the disused beam engine sheds.

Humber Limited

HumberHumber & Co LimitedHumber Car Company
Stanley Brotherhood was a director then chairman of Humber Limited until it merged with Hillman Motor Company and came under the control of Rootes Group in 1929.
The chairman, Stanley Brotherhood, told a special meeting of shareholders of the exceedingly good performance of one of the 14-40 cars driven by J W Fitzwilliam and his brother who had just returned from traversing 4,500 miles in central Europe including the worst roads in the Balkans.

Agricultural & General Engineers

AGEAgricultural & General Engineers Ltd
In 1920 it joined the engineering combine Agricultural & General Engineers or AGE however AGE sold its 70 per cent share of Peter Brotherhood in late 1930 before AGE collapsed in 1932.

London

London, EnglandLondon, United KingdomLondon, UK
With his son he built a large engineering business in London bearing his name, Peter Brotherhood.

Dresser-Rand Group

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On 30 October 2015 Hayward Tyler Group PLC completed the acquisition of the trade and assets of the Peter Brotherhood business from Dresser-Rand Company Ltd, a Siemens-owned company.

Siemens

Siemens AGSiemens & HalskePeter von Siemens
On 30 October 2015 Hayward Tyler Group PLC completed the acquisition of the trade and assets of the Peter Brotherhood business from Dresser-Rand Company Ltd, a Siemens-owned company.

King's College School

King's College School, WimbledonKing's College School, LondonKings College School
He spent the years when he was aged 13 to 18 studying applied science at King's College School.

Great Western Railway

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After practical experience including a period at the Great Western Railway works at Swindon he joined the leading marine engineering works, Maudslay, Son & Field in Lambeth in their drawing-office.

Swindon

Swindon, EnglandSwindon, WiltshireEven Swindon
After practical experience including a period at the Great Western Railway works at Swindon he joined the leading marine engineering works, Maudslay, Son & Field in Lambeth in their drawing-office.

Henry Maudslay

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After practical experience including a period at the Great Western Railway works at Swindon he joined the leading marine engineering works, Maudslay, Son & Field in Lambeth in their drawing-office.

Lambeth

South LambethLambeth, LondonNorth Lambeth
After practical experience including a period at the Great Western Railway works at Swindon he joined the leading marine engineering works, Maudslay, Son & Field in Lambeth in their drawing-office. Peter Brotherhood Limited made cars in Lambeth then, unable to get consent for a car factory in Peterborough, moved their manufacture to Tinsley in Yorkshire before they withdrew from that venture in 1906.

Indian Railways

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Peter married Eliza Pinniger Hunt, daughter of a contractor to the Indian railways, on 19 April 1866 and they had five children but only Stanley (1880-1938) and two daughters outlived them.

Hyde Park Gardens

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Peter died at his home 15 Hyde Park Gardens on 13 October 1902.

Millwright

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In 1867 before he had reached the age of 30 Peter became a partner in the engineers and millwrights business of Kittoe and Brotherhood in Clerkenwell when their main product was brewing machinery.

Clerkenwell

Clerkenwell GreenClerkenwell, LondonSt James Clerkenwell
In 1867 before he had reached the age of 30 Peter became a partner in the engineers and millwrights business of Kittoe and Brotherhood in Clerkenwell when their main product was brewing machinery.

Whitechapel

Whitechapel, LondonWhitechapel Idea StoreSt. Mary, Whitechapel
A restored Kittoe and Brotherhood beam engine of 1867 can be seen at the Coldharbour Mill museum in Devon - it was originally supplied to the Whitechapel Albion brewery.

Tinsley, South Yorkshire

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Peter Brotherhood Limited made cars in Lambeth then, unable to get consent for a car factory in Peterborough, moved their manufacture to Tinsley in Yorkshire before they withdrew from that venture in 1906.

William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 7th Earl Fitzwilliam

William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam7th Earl FitzwilliamEarl Fitzwilliam
Brotherhood's backer Fitzwilliam of Milton near Peterborough and Wentworth Woodhouse near Tinsley took over the car business naming it for Sheffield the nearby town and the operational simplicity of his very expensive cars.

Milton Hall

MiltonMilton ParkFitzwilliam estate
Brotherhood's backer Fitzwilliam of Milton near Peterborough and Wentworth Woodhouse near Tinsley took over the car business naming it for Sheffield the nearby town and the operational simplicity of his very expensive cars.