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They had six sons and six daughters. In addition, Broughton was serving as guardian of a young woman at the time of her marriage in In Broughton became O'Connor's partner and part owner of the newspaper, and following O'Connor's death in July he became sole publisher and editor.
Originally issued on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the newspaper under Broughton's editorship expanded from a triweekly publication with a separate edition for outlying areas to a daily paper except Sundays beginning on 13 August With name changes to the Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald and General Advertiser inthe Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald and Daily Commercial Advertiser inand back to the Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald bythe paper was one of the most successful and long-lived of all the lower Tidewater papers and circulated in northeastern North Carolina as well as Virginia.
Broughton's son Thomas Gibson Broughton became a partner with him in the ownership and publication of the paper in as Thomas G. Broughton and Son, and later another son, Richard Gatewood Broughton, joined them. By the mids T.
Broughton and Company served also as a general printer. The firm continued publishing the daily newspaper until a shortage of paper forced it to suspend publication sometime in the summer of Broughton's death shortly thereafter and the turmoil associated with the Civil War in Norfolk kept his sons from resuming publication thereafter.
Broughton and his sons supported the Whig Party from early in the s until its demise in the mids.
They backed John Bell, the Constitutional Union Party candidate who carried Virginia in the presidential race, and they were Unionists during the secession crisis. Besides becoming the senior journalist in Norfolk, Broughton was also a respected community leader. He sat on the Norfolk common council, was secretary of the board of health during a cholera epidemic inand served for two decades before his death as a ruling elder in the local Presbyterian church.
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THOMAS GREENE BROUGHTON (–) Thomas Greene Broughton (27 September –24 August ), journalist, was born in Princess Anne County, the son of Charles Broughton and Elizabeth Greene Broughton. He grew up there but as a young man moved to Norfolk, where on 6 May he married Ann Bell, a native of Carlisle, England.
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