Henry Francis Dempster Breese

(September 1918 - )
     Henry Francis Dempster Breese's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1918 in London, St George Hanover Square RD, Middlesex. He was the son of Charles Dempster Breese and Mary E Tweedy.

John Colpoys Breese

(8 June 1917 - May 1997)
     John Colpoys Breese was born on 8 June 1917 in Sleaford RD, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Charles Dempster Breese and Mary E Tweedy.
     The marriage of John Colpoys Breese and Betty Davies was registered in Sleaford RD Lincolnshire, in the December 1945 quarter.
     John died in May 1997 in Newark RD, Lincolnshire/Nottinghamshire, aged 79.

Katherine Celia Breese

(June 1896 - )
     Katherine Celia Breese's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1896 in Epsom RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of George Charles Breese and Jessie Dempster.

Donald Bremner

(before 20 June 1689 - )
     Donald Bremner was born before 20 June 1689 in Logie Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of John Bremner.
     Donald Bremner married Isabel Leslie before 1719 in Scotland.

Child of Donald Bremner and Isabel Leslie

Jean Bremner

(16 December 1754 - )
     Bremner is a Flemish name. Bremners were mentioned in the Cromarty militia lists. Jean Bremner was christened on 16 December 1754 in Resolis, Ross & Cromarty. The naming pattern of her children suggests that she should be the daughter of a Peter & Harriet. She was the daughter of John Bremner and Mary Reid.
     Jean Bremner married Thomas Tindal before 1778 in Scotland.

Children of Jean Bremner and Thomas Tindal

John Bremner

(circa 1650 - )
     John Bremner was born circa 1650 in Scotland.

Child of John Bremner

John Bremner

(31 December 1719 - )
     John Bremner was christened on 31 December 1719 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Donald Bremner and Isabel Leslie.
     John Bremner married Mary Reid before 1754 in Scotland.

Child of John Bremner and Mary Reid

Catherine Brennan

( - 4 July 1974)
     Catherine Brennan was commonly known as Kathleen.
     Catherine Brennan married Andrew Colbert, son of Michael Colbert and Mary O'Grady, on 22 April 1904 in Methodist Manse, Morphett St, Adelaide, South Australia.
     Catherine died on 4 July 1974 in South Australia. Catherine Colbert, aged 92 of Panorama, buried at West Terrace cemtery in the Western Catholic section with her husband Andrew.

Children of Catherine Brennan and Andrew Colbert

Jane Selina Brennan

     Jane Selina Brennan married Henry Matthew Humberstone, son of William Henry Humberstone and Elizabeth Vanstone, on 17 May 1854 in Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia. MARRIED. On the 18th instant, by the Very Rev the Dean of Adelaide, Henry Humberstone, eldest son of William H Humberstone, Esq., of Humberville, St. Mary's, to Jane Selina, eldest daughter of Patrick Branen, Esq., of Edinburgh.

Children of Jane Selina Brennan and Henry Matthew Humberstone

Thornton James Brennan

     Thornton James Brennan married Mary Jane Handy on 23 September 1885 in the Regiister's Office, Dublin. Both of full age, single, of 4 Temple bar, he was the son of James Brennen *decd) and she was the daughter of Henry handy (dec'd), carpenter.

Harriet Brereton

(say 1820 - 22 February 1886)
     Harriet Brereton was born say 1820 in Blakeney, Norfolk. Daughter of Randle Brereton, merchant of Blakeney, Norfolk.
     Harriet Brereton married Rev Robert Poole Hooper, son of George Henry Hooper and Margaret Brewse Ross, on 13 November 1849 in Blakeney, Norfolk.
     In the 1851 census Harriet Hooper was living in the household of her father-in-law George Henry Hooper in 19 Bloomsbury Square, St George Bloomsbury, London.
     Harriet Brereton and Rev Robert Poole Hooper appeared on the 1861 census in Manor Cottage, Langham, Norfolk. Robert Poole Hooper, head, mar, 34, clerk in holy orders, without cure of souls, born Bloomsbury, Mdx; Harriot, wife, 34 born Blakeney, Nfk; George Brereton, son 10? born Gt Stanmore, Mdx; Harriet Anna, daughter 9, born Blakeney, Nfk; Robert Poole, son, 7, born Thornage Nfk; Randle Brereton, son 6, ditto; Augusta Maude, daughter 5, ditto, Margaret Ross, daughter 3, born Langham, Nfk; Henry Brereton, son 1, ditto; Margaret Hooper, sister, unmarried, 47, born Bloomsbury, Mdx; and four servants.
     Harriet Brereton and Rev Robert Poole Hooper appeared on the 1871 census in 29 Cambridge Rd, Hove, Sussex. Robert P Hooper, 46, clerk in Holy Orders, without cure of souls, born Bloomsbury, London; Harriett wife, 46? born Blakeney, Nfk; George B, son, unmarried 20, undergraduate Cambs, born Stanmore, Mdx; Harriett A, daughter, 19, born Thorneys, Nfk; Augusta M, daughter 14, born Blakeney, Nfk; Margaret R, daughter, 13, born Langham, Nfk; Helen E, daughter, 9, born Brighton, Ssx; Herbert R, son, 7, ditto; William B, son, 3, ditto; James B, son, 1, ditto; with two nurses, a cook and a nursemaid Sarah Halliday aged 17 born Walthamstow, Essex.
     Harriet Brereton and Rev Robert Poole Hooper appeared on the 1881 census in 31 Cambridge Road, Hove, Sussex. Robert P Hooper, clerk in holy orders, aged 54, married, born Bloomsbury, Mdx with his wife Harriot, aged 54, born Blakeney, Norfolk, daughters Harriot A, aged 29 born Blakeney, Margaret R, aged 23, born Langham, Nfk, Elizabeth H, aged 18 born Brighton, sons Herbert R, aged 16, William B, aged 13, James B, aged 12, all born at Hove. They had visitors Ann Gibson aged 27 and Elizabeth Rossiter aged 26 born London with a cook, nurse, parlourmaid and housemaid from Brighton.
     Harriet died on 22 February 1886. An inscription at St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham: The clock in the tower of this church was given by Robert Poole Hooper M A Clerk in Holy Orders, in memory of Harriet Brereton his wife who died February 22 1886 and of Randle Brereton Hooper their son, killed in action in South Africa Jan 14th 1881. Ut horae sic vita, 1893.

Children of Harriet Brereton and Rev Robert Poole Hooper

Jane Brett

(before 13 July 1628 - )
     Jane Brett was also known as Jane Brett in records. She was born before 13 July 1628 in St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of Richard Brett.
     Jane Brett married Laurence Trull, son of John Trull and Elizabeth Unknown (Trull), on 14 October 1646 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk.

Children of Jane Brett and Laurence Trull

Mary Brett

     Mary Brett married George Squirrell on 11 July 1825 in Hitcham, Suffolk.

Children of Mary Brett and George Squirrell

Richard Brett

Child of Richard Brett

Florence Alice de Bretton

( - 17 May 1926)
     Florence Alice de Bretton married Charles John Spencer George Canning, son of Charles Henry Spencer George Canning 2nd Baron Garvagh and Cecilia Susannah Ruggles-Brise, on 9 August 1877.
     Florence died on 17 May 1926.

Child of Florence Alice de Bretton and Charles John Spencer George Canning

Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer

(24 December 1843 - )
     Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer was born on 24 December 1843 in Plymouth, Devon. She was registered as Maria Frederica Emma Murray Brewer in the Dec qtr of 1843 in Devon.. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Murray and Maria Bishop or Brewer or Brodie. Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer was christened on 9 February 1844 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon. She was baptised as Frederica Maria Emma Murray.
     Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer and Maria Bishop or Brewer or Brodie were recorded on the 1851 census in St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. Maria Brodie, 27, married, annuitant, born St Heliers, Jersey; daughter Frederica, 7, born England.
     Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer and Maria Bishop or Brewer or Brodie appeared on the 1871 census in Titchfield, Hampshire. Maria Brodie,49, widow, lodger, born St Helier, Jersey and her daughter Frederica M Brodie, 25, born Plymouth in the Silby household.
     Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer and Maria Bishop or Brewer or Brodie appeared on the 1881 census in Priory Leasor?, Titley, Kington, Herefordshire. Maria Brodie, 59, gentleman's widow (crossed out) born Jersey, Channel Islands, daughter Frederica M. Brodie 30, governess, born Devonshire; Amy L Ward, 13, visitor, scholar & Martha Carter, 21, servant.
     Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer appeared on the 1891 census in the Vicarage, Titley, Herefordshire. Frederica Maria Brodie, aged 42, school governess, born Plymouth was a visitor in the household of James Armstrong Alexander, 42, vicar of Titley & M Macdonald Alexander, 29. She was listed as Rev Henry Murray's niece in the 1901 census in 2 Creswell Park, Charlton, Kent. Frederica Maria Emma Murray Brewer was an executor of Rev Henry Murray's estate on 19 December 1904 in the Principal Probate Registry.

Jane Brewer

(26 March 1611 - before 26 February 1670/71)
     Jane Brewer was christened on 26 March 1611 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. Jayne, daughter of Richard Brewer.. She was the daughter of Richard Brewer.
     Jane Brewer married David Popplewell, son of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Tuswell, on 3 May 1632 in Crowle, LIN.
     In David Popplewell's will dated 16 January 1658/59 in Belton, Jane Brewer was named as executrix of the estate; His will mentions his brother Humfrey Popplewell, children David, Thomas, James, Robert & Ann & daughter Isabel Coggan; grandchildren John Coggan, David Popplewell & John Popplewell. James Robert & Ann were minors.
In the name of God Amen the sixteenth day of January in the year of our Lord 1658 I David Popplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholm & county of Lincoln yeoman being weak in body but of good and perfect remembrance thanks be given to Almightie God do here by make & ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following
First and principally I do give and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almightie God my merciful father which first did give it unto me & my bodie to the earth to be buried in Christian burial at the discretion of my friends And for the worldly Estate that god hath bestowed upon me that it may be settled after my decease according to my mind I do bequeath it as followeth
First I do give & bequeath unto David Popplewell my son one three rood of land arrable lying on Miccarah hill between the Grounds of Michael Monckton Esquire on the East part and Henry Foster on the west part one three rood of land arrable lying in the park field betwixt Thomas Glew on the west and the heirs of Francis Popplewell on the east and one rood lying near Beltoft Cross betwixt the ground of Richard Elmer on the east & the ground of the heirs of Lawrence Metcalfe on the west to him the said David - Popplewell his heirs and assigns for ever to enter into at the end of two years next after my decease And I give to the said David Popplewell my son five shillings in full of his portion out of my Estate
Also I do give unto Thomas Popplewell my son one Close commonly called Great Moonfeild containing by estimation twenty acres be it more or less as it lyeth between the ground of me the said David Popplewell on the west the Comon laine on the east abutting upon the laine called the tread lane towards the north with the appurtenances to him the said Thomas Popplewell his heirs & assigns for ever to enter upon the first day of May which shall be in the year of our ­ 1661
Also I do give to James Popplewell my son cottage house in which Jarvase Fletcher now dwelleth the buildings to the same belonging and two sellions land arrable to the same belonging & adjoining containing one acre be they more or less three se[lions] of land arable lying together neare Close croft c[ont] =inge one acre one rood and a halfe bee they more or less they ly between the said Cloe croft on the west & Humfrey Popplewell gentleman on the East one three roods lying on ­ between the lands of the heyres of Thomas Tur- East and west parts and the Reedings towards the north sellions lying on hanging furlonge containing one acre & rood next the ground of the said Humfrey Popplewell gentleman on the West and the heyres of Francis Glew on the three sellions lying together near Belwood feild containing one acre be they more or less between the land of ­ Ryther gentleman on the south and Robert Maultley on the one rood lying on Sare backs between the Land of Caister on the East and [blank] on the west rood lying there between the land of John Newton on & William Harrison on the south ten sellions of Land Lyeing together comonly called maidendall flat conteyni[ng] Acres be they more or less abutting upon maidendal towards the South and hanging furlong towards the - two Sellions of land arrable containing one acre & a hal[f] lying on the furlong called Miccarah/Macarah hill between the L- Johosophat Tayler on the West & the heyres of John on the east halfe an acre lying there between the land the said Humfrey Popplewell on the East and west p[ar]t Sellions lying there containing two Acres & three roodJane Brewer they more or lesse between the land of John Gl the west and Michael Mouckton/Monckton Esquire on the east Cottage house and three selions of land arrable lying ­ near Clonslaine / Clouslaine yate containing two acres & three roods more or less between the highway on the East and David the younger on the west abutting upon the Stump Cross mear towards the North four Acres and a halfe be it more or less lying in a ... called long Bellwood as it abutteth upon the Ground of the said Humfrey Popplewell towards the north & the comon feild towards the South one close comonly called the three acre close lying next the clottilaine on the south east and the close of John Glew on the northwest and southwest and one orchard which I call my new orchard with the croft to the same belonging & adjoining containing one acre as it lyeth between the copyhold land of me the said David Popplewell on the west & the heirs of Francis Popplewell on the east to him the said James Popplewell his heirs & assigns for ever after such time as he shall accomplish his age of one & twenty years
Also I do give to Robert Popplewell my son one messuage house in which Thomas Popplewell now dwelleth with the Barne stable beast house & other the buildings to the same belonging And three selions of land arable to the same adjoining containing one acre and a Rood be they more or less one selion of land arable and two butts lying over Greengate containing one acre and a half between the ground of the heyres of James Glew on the west and of Richard Kinman on the east the heirs of Alexander Isle on the east abutting upon the ground of John Popplewell towards the south one acre there between the ground of the heirs of Lawrence Metcalfe on the west and of Richard Kinman on the East one selion containing three roods lying on miccarhill between the lands of the heyres of Thomas Turr on the west & Thomas Morrison on the East one Acre and a half more or lesse lying on Guilflat between the lands of the said Humfrey Popplewell on the North & of Diverse men on the south abutting upon the ground of James Sealand towards the West one Acre lying on more lands between the Ground of the heyres of John Stephenson on the south and Mathew Kirke gentl[eman] on the north two sellions containing three roods as they ly between grounds of the said Humfrey Popplewell on the and James Maw on the south and one close called moonfeild containing seven acres be it more or [less] as it lyeth between the close called great moonf[eild] on the East and the ground of Robert Bernard o- abutting upon Clottilaine towards the north wi­ appurtenances to him the said Robert Popplell his heirs and assigns for ever after such time as shall accomplish his age of one and twenty
Also I do give and bequeath unto Anne Popplewell my daughter one toft stead and three crofts same belonging comonly called Brocks toft by estimacon three acres be they more or less between the ground of the heirs of John Thor- on the South and David Popplewell the younger on the North abutting upon the street towards east with the appurtenances to her the said Ann Popplewell her heirs and assigns for and during the term of nine hundred and ninety years to come and unexpired to enter unto at such as she shall accomplish her age of one and twenty years or marriage which shall happen be first
Also I do devise and give to my loving brother Humfrey Popplewell and to my loving friend Robert Barnard one selion of land arable meadow or pasture lying in the Low feild of Beltoft aforesaid containing half an acre [be] it more or less upon a furlong called water- lying next the ground in occupacon of Michael ... Esquire on the East and west parts abutting upon the Close of the said Humphrey Popplewell t- the north ---ne rood lyinge there between the ­ in occupacon of the said Michaell Monckton ... east and west parts and abutting upon the close of the said Humfrey Popplewell towards the north And six swathes of meadow lying in the Side Ings next the meadow of the heirs of the said John Stephenson on the south and abutting upon the ground of the said Michael Monckton towards the East to them the said Humfrey Popplewell and Robert Barnard their heirs and assigns for ever to be disposed on according to the trust by me reposed in them the said Humfrey Popplewell and and Robert Barnard
     And my will is and I do hereby devise unto Jane my loving wife all the lands and tenements which I have hereby given unto my children until such times as is expressed and set down for my said children to enter unto the same
Also I do give unto Isabell Coggan my daughter the sum of ten pounds
Also I do give unto the said Anne Popplewell my daughter the sum of sixty pounds of current English money to be paid to her when she shall accomplish her age of one and twenty years or marriage which shall happen to be first
Also I give to John Coggan my grandchild five shillings
Also I give to David Popplewell my grandchild five shillings
Also I give to John Popplewell my grandchild five shillings
All the residue of my goods cattell and chattells not given & yet unbequeathed my debts being paid and funeral expences discharges I do give and bequeath unto the said Jane my wife whom I do make & ordain sole executrix of this my last will and testament
And I appoint and desire my loving brothers Thomas Brewer gent & Richard Brewer to be supervisors thereof
In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day & year first above written.
David Popplewell.
these being witnesses Michaell Monckton Humfrey Popplewell John Popplewell.

Jane Brewer was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 28 October 1662 in Epworth, Lincolnshire, re property in Beanwell furlong,Belton. Surrender by Jane Popplewell, widow, reported by Humphrey Popplewell & Henry Godfrey to the use of George Watson, or after his decease to the use of Mathew Watson.
     Note that Jane doesn't mention the children David or Isabel in her will which confirms that they are of her husband's previous marriage.
     Jane Brewer made a will dated 23 July 1670 in Belton. In the name of God amen the three and Twentheth day of July in the two and Twenteth yeare of Charles the second of England King & c : Anno Domini 1670 I Jane Poplewell of Beltofte in the parish of Belton in the Isle of Axholme & County of Lincoln widow sick and weak in body but perfect of remembrance thanks be to God do make this make last Will and Testamente in manner followinge
     First & cheifely I bequeath my soul to All mighty God my mercifull father & his son my Redeemer and my body to the ground to be buried in the parish Church or Church yard of Belton at the discretion of my friends and Executor and my worldly goods as followeth
     I give unto Thomas Poplewell my son my silver dish
     I give to James Poplewell my son one silver spoone and ---e Gunn/lynn sheete
     Item I give unto Robert Poplewell my sonne -e silver spoone and one ---n sheete.
     Item I give unto Anne --ll my daughter one silver spoone and one ---n sheete.
     Item I give unto Tomysin Dawson my daughter a grate dripping pan n-- -- possession.
     Item I give unto Thomas Dawson my sonne in - ­ [two?] shillings or a paire of gloves of that price.
     Item I give - bequeath unto Anne Poplewell my daughter Forty pounds of -- now in the hands of James Poplewell my son & Thomas Dawson my son in law and Twenty pounds more in houshold --which said Three score pounds was given unto the said Anne ---lewell by David Poplewell her father late deceased
     Item all the Residue and Remainder of my goods and Chattells not given & bequeathed my debtts legacyes and funeralls discharged I give --d bequeath unto Thomas Poplewell James Poplewell Robert --plewell Anne Poplewell & Tomisin Dawson my children equally to be divided amongst them
     Item I ordayne and make James Poplewell and Anne Poplewell my children Executors of this my last will and testamente and my will is they shall have out of my goods and Chattells sufficient to discharge my debts legacird I desire and appoint Thomas Dawson my sonne in law supervisor of this my last will & testamente desiring him to see the same truly performed & executed and my will is that he shall his --- born when he goeth about my busines
     In witness & thereof I have hereto sett my hand and seal the day and yeare first above written
marke
Jane Poplewell

B [?] Croasey


In the name of God amen the three and twentieth day of July in the .. and twentieth year of Charles the second ... 1670 I Jane Popplewell of Beltoft in the pish of Belton in the Isle of Axholme county Lincoln, widdow, weak of body but perfect of remembrance thanks be to God do make this my last will and testament in manner following: First to Allmighty God my merciful father ... and my body to the ground to be buryed in the church or church yard of Belton at the discretion of my friends and executors and my worldy goods as followeth:
     I give unto Thomas Popplewell my sonne my silver dish
     I give to James Popplewell my sonne one silver spoon? and a ... Gun short??
     Item I give unto Robert Popplewell my sonne one silver spoon? and one g...short?
     Item I give unto Anne Popplewell my daughter one silver spoon and one g...
     Item I give unto Tamysin Dawson my daughter a ... ... now in her possession
     Item I give unto Thomas Dawson my sonne in law six shillings or a piece? of land of that xvin?
     Item I give and bequeath unto Ann Poplewell my daughter forty pounds of money now in the hands of James Popplewell my sonne & Thomas Dawson my son-in-law and twenty pounds now in household goods which said ... pounds ... unto the said Ann Poplewell by David Popplewell her father late deceased
     Item all the residue and remainder of my goods and chattels not given & unbequeathed my debts ... and funerall ... I give and bequeath unto Thomas Popplewell James Popplewell Robert Popplewell Ann Popplewell & Thomisin Dawson my children equally to be divided amongst them
     Item I ordayn and make James Poplewell and Ann Poplewell my childen executors of this my last will and testament and my will is they shall have out of my goods and chattells sufficient to discharge my debts ... and funerall expenses and all other ...
     Item I ... and appoint Thomas Dawson my sonne in law supervisor of this my last will & testament I ... executors and will is that hee shall have his ... ... when he goeth about my business
     In witness ... I have ... sett my hand and seal this day and year first above written Jane Popplewell (her mark).

     Jane died before 26 February 1670/71 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 26 February 1670/71 in Belton. An inventory of her estate was dated on 3 May 1671 A true and perfecte Inmentary of all the goods and Chattels Late of Jane Poplwell of Beltoft within the p[ar]ish of Belton in the Countie of Lincoln and Archdeconry of Stowe widdow deceased and appraysed the therd day of May 1671
By Tho: Poplewell -ho: m[ar]ke T Johnson
David Poplewell
James Chesman
ll s d
Imprimiter purs and apparell           02 ­ 00 ­ 00
It[em] for one draw table and a furm
in the Parlor                     00 ­ 18 ­ 00
It[em] one Bedd and Bedding & hangings     04 ­ 05 ­ 00
It[em] one Cubard & towe Joynd Chars     01 ­ 08 ­ 00
It[em] ---Buffits 4 of them w[i]t[h] Coaverings 00 ­ 12 ­ 06
It[em] on Range & a seing glass           00 ­ 02 ­ 06
It[em] in the Chamber one bedd stead hang
ings and blankets and three Cuslans          01 ­ 17 ­ 00
It[em] one Liveray Cubard a litle table
three Chests/Chists               01 ­ 03 ­ 00
It[em] towe ston of hemp                00 ­ 06 ­ 00
It[em] towe Bedd steads and bedding one
Chist 2 Barrils & som other things           02 ­ 05 ­ 00
in the Litle parlor
It[em] in the hous one longe table one
Litle table 3 Chars 2 buffits           00 ­ 18 ­ 00
It[em] Lini-s [linens?]                04 ­ 05 ­ 00
It[em] one beddstead with som other
things in the kitcin Chamber           00 ­ 08 ­ 00
and hows Chamber
It[em] one Lead* a Chees press a Cimline      00 ­ 12 - 00
and towe [two] tubs in the back kitchin
It[em] towe stands tow Barrills tow planks
and a goose Coll                    00 ­ 08 ­ 00
It[em] some more limins ?           00 ­ 05 ­ 00
It[em] Brass and puter                05 ­ 11 ­ 03
It[em] Boales and Chesbats dishes and     00 ­ 06 - 00
other things in the milke hous
It[em] tow scores of limi Cloth           01 ­ 16 ­ 04
It[em] one ston & a half of line*           00 ­ 09 ­ 04
It[em] spitts Racks a Range *galabalk and
hooker a smoothing Iron and other Iron      00 ­ 13 - 04
things
It[em] tow stocks of Bees                00 ­ 06 ­ 08
      ll ­ s - d
the som in all:                     30 ­ 13 - 11

     [ galabalk may be a 'gallybake (gallobauk, galybock, gallabauch)', which according to Milward, is an 'iron bar fixed across the inside of the chimney, from which cooking vessels hung on rakentines or chains over the fire'. lead ­ leaden vat for brewing line - flax].
     Her will was proved in 1671 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Children of Jane Brewer and David Popplewell

Mary Brewer

(before 1695 - before 9 May 1766)
     Mary Brewer was born before 1695 in Suffolk.
     Mary Brewer married Martin Cocksedge, son of Martin Cocksedge and Martha Unknown, in 1712 in Suffolk.
     A Mrs Mary Cocksedge, widow was buried May 2 1757, at Drinkstone where her son Rev. Roger, was living.
     Mary died before 9 May 1766 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 9 May 1766 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Mrs Mary Cocksedge, widow.

Children of Mary Brewer and Martin Cocksedge

Richard Brewer

(before 1590? - )
     Richard Brewer was born before 1590?.

Child of Richard Brewer

Elizabeth Brewster

     
     In Robert Cooper Ashby's will dated 4 November 1837 in Christ Church, Barbados, Elizabeth Brewster was named as heir; I Robert Cooper Ashby of Christ Church... I give & devise unto Samule Brewster Ashby, son of Elizabeth Brewster, a free coloured woman and his heirs ... 'property' called 'Rural Felicity" in Christ Church and 6 acres adjoining ... forming part of my plantation called 'Burkes' ... until 21 ... The rest of my property 'Burke's' to be kept for 5 years intact then divided into 11 parts ... 3 parts to Mary Ann Ashby, free coloured woman, Robert Henry Ashby, free coloured man, Alice Christian Ashby, free coloured woman, to be equally divided between them. The remaining 8 parts to Elizabeth Mary Ashby, Margaret Ann Ashby, Thomas Cooper Ashby, Arabella Ann Ashby, William Armstrong Ashby, Caroline Kryzia Ashby, Alexander Lindsay Ashby, John George Ashby, free persons of colour, for their support, maintenance and education at the discretion of my executors. Executors: Robert Henry Ashby & Mary Ann Ashby. Witnessed by Samuel Husbands, Thomas William Eversley, William C Millard.

Child of Elizabeth Brewster and Robert Cooper Ashby

Elizabeth Brewster

     Elizabeth Brewster married Nathaniel Farrell, son of William Farrell and Susanna Cave, on 22 February 1757 in Christ Church, Barbados. They had 10 children.

Children of Elizabeth Brewster and Nathaniel Farrell

Rebecca Brewster

(before 1753 - before 15 December 1834)
     Rebecca Brewster was born before 1753 in Hawkedon, Suffolk.
     Rebecca Brewster married Thomas Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Martha? Unknown, on 21 November 1773 in Hawkedon, Suffolk. The allegation for their marriage licence described them as: Thos. Cocksedge, jun, of Stansfield, 20 years, s.m. (father Thos Cocksedge, sen.) & Rebekah Brewster, of Hawkedon, s.w. at same, 19 Nov 1773.
     Rebecca died before 15 December 1834 in Cockfield, Suffolk. She was buried on 15 December 1834 in St Peter, Cockfield.

Children of Rebecca Brewster and Thomas Cocksedge

Mepurit ap Briacat

     Mepurit ap Briacat was born in Wales. He was the son of Briacat ap Pasgen.

Child of Mepurit ap Briacat

Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge

(circa 1886 - 31 January 1958 or 59)
     Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge was born circa 1886.
     Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge married Florence Mildred Georgena Canning Hall, daughter of James Wesley Hall and Mary Frederica Dora Dempster, on 10 October 1916 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. The marriage took place yesterday at St Martin-in-the-Fields of Captain Charles Bridge, Royal Artillery, only son of Brigadier General Sir Charles and Lady Bridge, of Ballinaboye, Reading, and Miss Wesley Hall, daughter of the late Mr James Wesley Hall of Melbourne, and Mrs Wesley Hall, 25 Chapel Street, Belgrave-square. The bride was given away by her uncle Colonel F W Dawson and Mr Russell Keigwin was best man. Among those present were: Lay [Admiral Sir?] (Cyprian) Bridge, Brigadier General Sir Charles & Lady Bridge, Commander and Mrs (Cyprian) Bridge, Miss Bridge, Mr and Mrs John Bridge, Mrs & Mrs Dunstan Bridge, Mrs Wesley hall, the Hon. Mrs Dennis and Miss Dennis, Dr & Mrs Appleford, Surgeon General Donovan, Mrs & Mrs C Browne, Miss Spring Rice, Mr F Robertson, R P A & Mrs Robertson, Mrs J Lamont, Mrs T Pym, Mrs Harold Hall, Mrs Hammond Clege, the Hon. Mrs G Morris, Mrs J L Philips, Mr & Mrs C Theobald, Mr E T Tatham, Mrs Tillear Tatham, Mr Quilter Harvey, Mrs Delmore Williams, Mrs Douglas Reid, Mrs E Padwick, and Mr Johnson Smith.
     Charles died 31 January 1958 or 59. A Charles E D Bridge died in the Marylebone district in the March quarter of 1961 aged 74.

Children of Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge and Florence Mildred Georgena Canning Hall

Christopher Bridge

(1918 - 1994)
     Christopher Bridge was born in 1918. He was the son of Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge and Florence Mildred Georgena Canning Hall.
     Christopher Bridge married Philippa Unknown (Bridge) on 16 December 1946?.
     Christopher died in 1994.

Elizabeth Bridge

(18 May 1920 - 13 December 1977)
     Elizabeth was nick-named Buffy. She was born on 18 May 1920 in Cambridgeshire, England. She was the daughter of Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge and Florence Mildred Georgena Canning Hall.
     Elizabeth Bridge married Michael Frederick Laud Robinson, son of Sir Frederick Villiers Laud Robinson, on 23 December 1941 in St Peter's, Snailwell, Cambridgeshire, England.
     Elizabeth Bridge lived at Tanganyika, 1954. They ran a pyrethrum farm. Elizabeth was granted a divorce from Michael Frederick Laud Robinson in 1966. He married secondly 3 Sep 1966, Joan Isabel, widow of Hon. John Breckinridge Fermor-Hesketh, and daughter of Vernon James Reveley, of Furzedown, Upper Warlingham, Surrey.
     Elizabeth died on 13 December 1977 in London, England, aged 57.

Hannah Bridgeford

(before 1753? - )
     Hannah Bridgeford was also known as Anna in records. She was born before 1753? In Easton, Huntingdonshire.
     Hannah Bridgeford married Samuel Bowker on 4 April 1774 in Easton, HUN. Married by licence.

Children of Hannah Bridgeford and Samuel Bowker

Florence Katherine Bridgeman

     Florence Katherine Bridgeman was born in England. She was the daughter of the 3rd Earl of Bradford..
     Florence Katherine Bridgeman married Henry Ulick Lascelles 5th Earl of Harewood, son of Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl of Harewood and Elizabeth Joan de Burgh, on 5 November 1881.

Mary Bridger or Prigeon

(circa 1680? - )
     Mary Bridger or Prigeon was born circa 1680?.
     Mary Bridger or Prigeon married Marmaduke Ryther, son of John Ryther and Mary Langdale, circa 7 November 1731 in Thorner, Yorkshire. He married late in life. Mary Bridger or Prigeon was mentioned in a deed dated 14 March 1740/41 in re Sewell Hall, Belton, etc., Lincolnshire, England. Indenture (7 parts) dated 14 March 1740, between (1) Richard Poplewell of Temple Belwood in the parish of Belton, Esq., (2) Rebeccah Barton of London, widow, (3) Thomas Culcup of London, gent., and Rebeccah his wife (which Richard, Rebeccah & Rebeccah are heirs at law of Robert Ryther late of the Close of Lincoln, esq., deceased); (4) Marmaduke Ryther of Scarcroft co. York, esq., and Mary his wife, only surviving son and heir of John Ryther the elder of Scarcroft esq. deceased; (5) Pennock Ward of Hedon in Holderness, co. York, gent; (6) George Reynoldson of the city of York, upholder, and Mary his wife (which said Marmaduke, Pennock & George & his wife claim under the will of the said Robert Ryther), and (7) William Gylby of the Close of Lincoln esq. The first 6 will levy a fine to William Gylby of capital messuage in Belton called Sewell Hall etc., etc. for the settling of all controversies between them, with land etc. etc. in Belton, Beltoft, Epworth, Haxey, Diddithorpe, Holton Beckering, Lissington, co. Linc. and Seacroft co. York..

Charles Gladstone Bridges

( - 1957)
     Charles Gladstone Bridges married Ruth Christina Colbert, daughter of Christopher William Colbert and Ruth Bevan, in 1928 in Victoria, Australia.
     Charles died in 1957 in Footscray, Victoria.