Brothwood, Thomas all English Wesleyan minister, was born near Wellington, Shropshire, in 1792. He was converted in early life; entered the itinerant ministry in 1825, in which he labored in plainness of speech, sound doctrine, zeal and fidelity for thirty-two years, and for nearly sixteen years he discharged, as a supernumerary, the duties of preacher and pastor in the Madeley and other circuits. He died at Broseley, Madeley, April 7, 1873. He was sincere, upright, and affectionate. See Minutes of the British Conference, 1873, page 28.