Agnes Bray

( - before 27 February 1654/55)
     Agnes Bray married Thomas Ruby on 26 November 1633 in Tavistock, Devon.
     Agnes died before 27 February 1654/55 in Tavistock, Devon. Agnes Rubby, wife of Thomas..

Child of Agnes Bray and Thomas Ruby

John Brayfield

     John Brayfield was born in England?. He was not baptised at Rushden. He was the son of Richard Brayfield.
     John Brayfield was mentioned in the will of John Bowker dated 4 August 1556.
     John Brayfield made a will dated December 1628. A John Brafeild, innholder of Northampton, made a will dated Dec 1628 (Proved May 1629) in which he mentions his wife Alice, and children Elizabeth John, Mary Sarah & George?

Richard Brayfield

(before 1556 - )
     Richard Brayfield married Jane Unknown. Richard Brayfield was born before 1556. He was the son of Rev William? Brayfield and Margaret Unknown.
     Richard Brayfield was mentioned in the will of John Bowker dated 4 August 1556.
Richard Brayfield married secondly Agnes Bland on 8 August 1583 in Rushden, Northamptonshire.
     Richard Brayfield was mentioned in the will of Rev William Bowker dated 15 March 1587.

Child of Richard Brayfield

Rev William? Brayfield

( - before 10 December 1576)
     Rev William? Brayfield married Margaret Unknown.
     Rev William? Brayfield was employed was curate, Wollaston. William? was appointed rector at Rushden on 30 August 1561.
     William? died before 10 December 1576 in Rushden, Northamptonshire. He was buried on 10 December 1576 in Rushden.

Child of Rev William? Brayfield and Margaret Unknown

Ada Mabel Breading

(1893 - 1970)
     Ada Mabel Breading was born in 1893 in Balmain district, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Frederic Remington Breading and Lucy Emma Millicent Bush.
Ada Mabel Breading married Leslie A McCormick in 1923 in St Leonard's district, New South Wales.
     Ada died in 1970 in Manly district, New South Wales.

Beryl M Breading

(1903 - )
     Beryl M Breading was born in 1903 in St Leonard's district, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Frederic Remington Breading and Lucy Emma Millicent Bush.
Beryl M Breading married Francis B B Brooke in 1931 in North Sydney, New South Wales.

Frederic Remington Breading

( - 1946)
     Frederic Remington Breading married Lucy Emma Millicent Bush, daughter of Alfred Elliott Bush and Ada Matilda Bird, in 1892 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Frederic died in 1946 in North Sydney district, New South Wales.

Children of Frederic Remington Breading and Lucy Emma Millicent Bush

Rhoda M Breading

(1895 - 1932)
     Rhoda M Breading was born in 1895 in Balmain North, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Frederic Remington Breading and Lucy Emma Millicent Bush.
Rhoda M Breading married Norman L McKinnon in 1921 in St Leonards district, New South Wales.
     Rhoda died in 1932 in Chatswood, New South Wales.

Pamela Mary Breakspere

(1914 - 1996)
     Pamela Mary Breakspere was born in 1914. She was the daughter of William Hall Breakspere and Annie Marguerita Hunn.
Pamela Mary Breakspere married Harry David Charles Slocum circa 1950.
     Pamela died in 1996.

William Hall Breakspere

(1875 - 1934)
     William Hall Breakspere was born in 1875.
William Hall Breakspere married Annie Marguerita Hunn, daughter of Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson, in 1905.
     William died in 1934.

Child of William Hall Breakspere and Annie Marguerita Hunn

Fulk de Breant or Breaute

(say 1190 - 1226)
     Fulk de Breant or Breaute was also known as Faukes de Breate in records. He was born say 1190 in Normandy.
Margery or Margaret FitzGerald married secondly Fulk de Breant or Breaute circa 1217. Dr Michael Ray writes: A writ confirms that, within ten weeks, Margaret was married again to Falkes de Bréauté but it is possible that the marriage might actually have taken place even earlier as the writ says the marriage was given to Falkes as a gift of the King who died on October 19 1216. Falkes was a much disliked, if effective, Norman soldier of uncertain origins.
Lord of Harewood 1225. He was called de Insula or de L'Isle from his large estate on the Isle of Wight. He was the "villain" in King John's reign, many cruelties, called Falkes with out bowels. His descendant was Robert Lord L'Isle of Rougemonte. He was succeeded as Lord of Harewood by Baldwin de Redvers his stepson in 1240.
In 1224, after Falkes held Bedford castle against the King, he was brought to heal and exiled. It was at this darkest hour that Margaret came to the King and Archbishop of Canterbury and said that she never gave her consent to the marriage and asked for a divorce. It is clear that she was not successful but two enforced marriages had put her on her guard. Fulk was granted a divorce from Margery or Margaret FitzGerald in March 1225. She petitioned for a divorce on the gound that she had been taken by force and married against her will. It does not appear that she obtained the divorce, but the early death of Falkes gave her the release she sought..
     Fulk died in 1226 in Rome.

Jennit Brear

     Jennit Brear was born in Beeston, Yorkshire.
Jennit Brear married Christopher Ryther, son of Christopher Ryther, on 10 July 1654 in St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Children of Jennit Brear and Christopher Ryther

Donald Brec

     Donald Brec was the son of Eochaid Buide.

Child of Donald Brec

James Breen

     James Breen married Margaret Jane Lumsden in 1871 in Victoria, Australia.

Charles Dempster Breese

(June 1889 - March 1951?)
     Charles Dempster Breese's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1889 in Sutton, Epsom RD, Surrey. He was the son of George Charles Breese and Jessie Dempster. George and Charles were listed as the children of George Charles Breese in the 1891 census in Sutton, Surrey. Charles Dempster Breese was listed as George Charles Breese's son in the 1901 census in 'Vine Cottage', Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire.
     Charles Dempster Breese was recorded on the 1911 census. Charles D Breese, 21, Sub Lieutenant Engineer, born Sutton, Sry, serving on "HMS Cornwallis" in the Mediteerranean.
The marriage of Charles Dempster Breese and Mary E Tweedy was registered in Chipping Sudbury, Gloucestershire, in the September 1916 quarter.
     Charles's death was possibly registered in the quarter ending in March 1951? In Liverpool North RD, Lancashire.

Children of Charles Dempster Breese and Mary E Tweedy

Doreen Annie Breese

(December 1895 - )
     Doreen Annie Breese was also known as Doris Annie in records. She's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1895 in Sutton, Epsom RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of George Charles Breese and Jessie Dempster. Doreen Annie Breese was listed as George Charles Breese's daughter in the 1901 census in 'Vine Cottage', Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire.

George Charles Breese

(circa 1864 - )
     George Charles Breese was born circa 1864 in Killarney, Kerry, Ireland.
George Charles Breese married Jessie Dempster, daughter of Charles Dempster and Jane Russell, on 13 March 1886 in St Luke, Oseney Crescent, London, Camden. George Charles Breese, 22, bachelor, commercial clerk, of Kentish Town, son of George Mayling Breese, gardener; to, Jessie Dempster, 26, spinster, of Hove, Sussex, daughter of Charles Dempster, gentleman; by licence. Both signed in the presence of ArthurHenry Breese & Eliza Sargent.
     George Charles Breese was recorded on the 1891 census in Sutton, Surrey. George C Breeze 26, married, mercantile clerk, born Killarney, co. Kerry, Ireland; his children George F Breeze 4, born Twickenham, Mdx & Charles D Breeze 1, born at Sutton Sry, servants Emma Culley 26 Elizabeth I Griffin 22.
     George Charles Breese and Jessie Dempster were recorded on the 1901 census in 'Vine Cottage', Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. Geo Chas Breese 36, mercantile clerk, born Killarney, Ireland, his wife Jessie Breese 39, born Petworth, Surrey, children Chas Dempster Breese 11, Doreen Annie Breese 5, both born Sutton, Sry and 2 servants Rose Birch 17, Edward Ware 52.

Children of George Charles Breese and Jessie Dempster

George Fred Breese

(December 1886 - )
     George Fred Breese's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1886 in Twickenham, Brentford RD, Middlesex. He was the son of George Charles Breese and Jessie Dempster. George and Charles were listed as the children of George Charles Breese in the 1891 census in Sutton, Surrey.

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.

Robert Brelsworth

( - 14 April 1688)
     Robert Brelsworth married Ann Ludlam in 1643 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was possibly previously married to Maria who was buried on 24 March 1641 as uxor Roberti Brelsforth. He, (an unknown value) had an apprentice George Ludlam on 24 June 1647 in Sheffield. George Ludlam son of Thomas Ludlam of Tinsley, taylor was apprenticed by indenture dated 24 June 1647, bound to (Robert) Brelsforth of Sheffield, cutler, for ten years from the date of the same indenture.
     Robert was buried on 14 April 1688 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Child of Robert Brelsworth and Ann Ludlam

Robert Brelsworth

(before 1667 - 3 May 1667)
     Robert Brelsworth was born before 1667. He was the son of Robert Brelsworth and Ann Ludlam.
     Robert was buried on 3 May 1667 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

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.