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Welcome to the Home Page of the Society of Brushmakers' Descendants! 


Do you have Brushmaking Ancestors, or are you just interested in discovering more about the brushmaker's trade? 



The SBD is a Historical Society/ Family History Society that specialises in the brush/broom making trades and those who have worked therein for the past few hundred years.


The Society of Brushmakers' Descendants aim is to help and inform its members,
and to discover and prove links between brushmakers families

Click here to see how to join the Society for just £20 Lifetime Membership Registration!


Special! 2017 Offer!

All new UK and EU Members will receive the books

In Love & Unity And The Story of Brushmaking –A Norfolk Craft

As part of their membership!


All new Aus/NZ/Can/USA members will receive

 “The Story of Brushmaking – A Norfolk Craft”

Membership Information  for New Members

 Were you an S.B.D. Member Pre 2004? Click Here!

Click here to find out more about brushmaker Family Links!

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Books on Brushmakers & Brushmaking - Available to Non Members!
'Distant Horizons' - by Kenneth A Doughty - Click Here!
Hard to find 1970s book - 'Brushmaking - A Norfolk Craft' - Click Here!

  More Great News!!! Click Here for Latest 2017 News Update


Membership List and Interests:


If your Society, Institute or Group would like a talk on the history of brushmaking or the S.B.D please contact me.  

Members! Not Receiving Posts from the SBD's Private Site?  Click here!

The DOTY Puzzle

I am trying to help solve the DOTY puzzle. I need to hear from any person who finds the name DOTY, DOTEN or DOTTEN in a British family line. It will probably be pre-registration.
For more information click here The Doty Puzzle

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Page last updated  December 2016

page originally created by Surfin' Koala © on behalf of the Society of Brushmakers' Descendants