Hannah Briggs

     Hannah Briggs married David Hainsworth before 1859.

Child of Hannah Briggs and David Hainsworth

Unknown Briggs

     Unknown Briggs married William Popplewell, son of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown.

Richard Brigham

(circa 1676 - )
     Richard Brigham was born circa 1676.
Richard Brigham married Margaret Ryther, daughter of John Ryther and Mary Langdale, after 5 October 1700 in Thorner, Yorkshire. Richard Brigham of Wyton, free of York as a woollen draper in 1699 ... He married Margaret, daughter of John Ryther, gent of Scarcroft, a poor gentleman papist resident in York from before 1678. Lived at Middlegate. Their marriage licence was dated 5 Oct 1700 between Richard Brigham aged 24 of York and Margaret Ryther aged 21 of Thorner, for a marriage at Thorner. Richard Brigham was mentioned in a deed dated 28 May 1724 in Scarcroft, Thorner. A four part indenture dated 28 May 1724 ...between Edward Ridsdale the younger of Ripon and Ann his wife sister & administratix of the goods and chattels of William Blackett ... ... Richard Brigham, gent. of the city of York executor of the last will and testament of Hugh Ryther late of Scarcroft, Esq. Marmaduke Ryther, Esq of Scarcroft afsd unkle and heir of the said Hugh Ryther, George Ryther of Scarcroft, gent, next brother of the said Marmaduke .... re manor of Scarcroft. late of John Ryther father of the said Marmaduke Ryther, Mary wife of the same John, John Ryther the younger brother of the said Marmaduke and of Robert Ryther gentleman deceased unkle of the said Marmaduke or any of them situate lying and being within the manor Lordship village of Scarcroft ... John Ryther the elder Mary his wife, John Ryther the younger and Robert Ryther unto ... .
     Richard Brigham and George Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated dated 1 June 1724. Ryther to Brigham: Indenture dated 1 June 1724 between George Ryther of Scarcroft & Richard Brigham of York, gent... re lands in Scarcroft.

Ann Brighouse

(after 1578 - )
     Ann Brighouse was born after 1578 in England. Anne, 1st daughter of Martin Brighouse of Brighouse & Colby in West Halton, JP for co. Lincoln. She was under age 30 June 1598.
Ann Brighouse married Robert Popplewell, son of Francis Popplewell and Dorothy Thornhill, on 29 December 1595 in West Halton, Lincolnshire.

Children of Ann Brighouse and Robert Popplewell

Edmund Bright

     Edmund Bright married Catherine Cocksedge, daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Catherine Unknown, before 1580.

Mary Ethel Bright

(19 November 1881 - 1962)
     Mary Ethel Bright was born on 19 November 1881 in Patea, New Zealand. She was the daughter of John Wukksib Bright and Joan Scott Moncrieff Walker.
Mary Ethel Bright married Charles Christopher Ruby, son of George Ruby and Sarah Evans, in 1908 in New Zealand.
     Mary died in 1962 in New Zealand.

Children of Mary Ethel Bright and Charles Christopher Ruby

Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell

(1873 - 1956)
     Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell was born in 1873 in Brisbane, Queensland. She was the daughter of George & Eugenie (nee Kessells).
Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell married Frederick John Dunbar, son of Frederick Killigrew Dunbar and Harriet Ledger, on 1 January 1894 in Fernvale, Queensland. In a Roman Catholic ceremony at her father's hotel She taught sewing and probably music at the schools with her husband.
     Eugenie died in 1956 in Burwood district, New South Wales.

Children of Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell and Frederick John Dunbar

Stella Ada Brine

(11 January 1897 - 2 January 1963)
     Stella Ada Brine was born on 11 January 1897 in Inveresk, Tasmania.
Stella Ada Brine married Sydney Clarence Bird, son of Edward George Bird and Mary Ann Bailey, on 12 June 1915 in Fitzroy, Victoria.
     Stella died on 2 January 1963 in Brunswick, Victoria, aged 65.

Child of Stella Ada Brine and Sydney Clarence Bird

Edward Abraham Brinkley

(11 July 1897 - October 1981)
     Edward Abraham Brinkley was born on 11 July 1897.
He served in World War I and was gassed with consequent health problems all his life. He had a metal plate in his head.
The marriage of Edward Abraham Brinkley and Mabel Thirza Mortimer, daughter of Happy Samuel Mortimer and Thirza Bland, was registered in Bury St Edmunds RD, Suffolk, in the March 1936 quarter.
     Edward died in October 1981 in Drinkstone, Suffolk, aged 84.

Child of Edward Abraham Brinkley and Mabel Thirza Mortimer

Francis Brinkley

(25 June 1922 - 21 January 1997)
     Francis Brinkley was born on 25 June 1922 in Suffolk, England. This person's mother's maiden name was Harvey!. He was the son of Edward Abraham Brinkley and Mabel Thirza Mortimer.
     Francis died on 21 January 1997 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, aged 74. He was buried in Drinkstone, Suffolk.

Mary Brinkley

     Mary Brinkley married John Jacob, son of Thomas Jacob and Bridget Unknown (Jacob), on 13 May 1680 in Buxhall, Suffolk.

Eleanor Briscoe

     Eleanor Briscoe was born in Ireland. She was the daughter and heir of Edward Briscoe, esq. of Scraggan..
Eleanor Briscoe married Andrew Armstrong, son of Andrew Armstrong and Deborah Simpson.

Children of Eleanor Briscoe and Andrew Armstrong

Elizabeth Bristow

(before 1685? - before 16 May 1735)
     Elizabeth Bristow was born before 1685?.
Elizabeth Bristow married Thomas Stanser, son of Thomas Stanser and Elizabeth Bristow, on 2 July 1704 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.
     Elizabeth died before 16 May 1735 in Grantham, LIN.
     Her will was proved on 16 May 1735.

Children of Elizabeth Bristow and Thomas Stanser

Elizabeth Bristow

(circa 1660 - )
     Elizabeth Bristow was born circa 1660.
Elizabeth Bristow married Thomas Stanser on 28 May 1678 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.
Elizabeth Stanser of Grantham, widow is mentioned with William Stanser of Grantham, grocer in a lease for a year dated 2 Jan 1729/30, which was connected to that of Thomas Stancer fo Grantham, glasier, at Harlaxton.

Child of Elizabeth Bristow and Thomas Stanser

Edith Emily Bristowe

(circa 1870 - )
     Edith Emily Bristowe was born circa 1870 in Kent, England. She was the daughter of Edward Kent Bristowe.
Edith Emily Bristowe married Dr John Halahan, son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent, on 9 November 1898.
Edith Emily Bristowe and Dr John Halahan emigrated from Newport on 6 October 1901 to La Plata, Argentina, per "Azul". Their infant daughter Kathleen travelled with them..
     Edith Emily Bristowe travelled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 27 June 1932 per the "Arlanza". Southampton. Her last address was 42? Clarence Parade, Southsea, Hants.She was aged 62.

Children of Edith Emily Bristowe and Dr John Halahan

James Britiffe

     James Britiffe married Ann Trull, daughter of Laurence Trull and Sarah Jay, on 1 September 1745 in St Andrew, Norwich, Norfolk.

Elizabeth Gibson Briton

     Richard Heatherly married secondly Elizabeth Gibson Briton on 26 January 1750/51 in Fleet Prison Chapel, London. Richard Heatherley, cordwainer & Elizabeth Gibson Briton, both of St Botolph's Aldgate, by J Tarrant. They were both widowed. Another entry gives his occupation as cordr? (cordiner?).

Children of Elizabeth Gibson Briton and Richard Heatherly

Jos Britten

Child of Jos Britten

Sarah Britten

(circa 1869 - 1946)
     Sarah Britten was born circa 1869 in Port Macd. She was the daughter of Jos Britten.
     Sarah died in 1946 in Horsham, Victoria.

Child of Sarah Britten

Eveline Kathleen Letitia Broad

(1879 - 19 May 1907)
     Eveline Kathleen Letitia Broad was born in 1879 in New Zealand.
Eveline Kathleen Letitia Broad married Gilbert Graham Hodgkins, son of William Mathew Hodgkins and Rachel Owen Parker, on 21 April 1905 in the Baptist church, Vivian St, Wellington, New Zealand. They were both born at Dunedin, but he was living at Wellington as the Deputy Registrar of Marriages. She was the daughter Allan Broad (warehouseman) and Margaret nee Kerr. The marrieage was witnessed by Herbert Joshua Broad, Isabel Jane Field, Nancy Mary Hodgkins & Emily Grace Broad.
     Eveline died on 19 May 1907 in Wellington, New Zealand. For more on the Broad family see [EMAIL:]http://www.rgreen.org.uk/Broad.html[:EMAIL]. She was buried on 21 May 1907 in Dunedin.

Margaret Broadfoot

     Margaret Broadfoot was born in Fayetteville, Cumberland county, North Carolina, USA. She was the daughter of Andrew Broadfoot of Fayetteville, NC.
Margaret Broadfoot married James Hooper, son of William Hooper and Helen Hogg, in Fayetteville, NC, USA. They had no issue..

Louisa Broadwood

(1876 - 30 September 1955)
     Louisa Broadwood was born in 1876.
Louisa Broadwood married Francis Alfred MacGlew, son of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra, on 16 August 1897 in Guildford, Western Australia.
     Louisa died on 30 September 1955 in Maylands, Western Australia. She was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Children of Louisa Broadwood and Francis Alfred MacGlew

Cadell ap Brochwel

( - 808)
     Cadell ap Brochwel was born in Wales. He was the son of Brochwel ab Elise.
     Cadell died in 808.

Child of Cadell ap Brochwel

Cynan Garwyn Brochwel

     Cynan Garwyn Brochwel was born in Wales. He was the son of Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen, King of Powys and Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo.

Children of Cynan Garwyn Brochwel

Elizabeth Brock

     Elizabeth Brock married Thomas Aust on 14 October 1764 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.
     Elizabeth Brock made a will dated 23 July 1789 in Vauxhall, Surrey. ELizabeth Aust of Vauxhall, Surrey, widow, … I give unto George Stanser of Holeton? upon Thames , gentleman and Joseph Buckmaster of Lambeth, plumber an glazier … during teh life of my mother Eleanor Brock of Vauxhall afsd (widow)… my daughter Mary Aust of Vauxhall, spinster ….
     Her will was proved on 16 July 1801 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved by the surviving executor George Stanser.

Children of Elizabeth Brock and Thomas Aust

Susanna Brock

(before 15 November 1696 - )
     Susanna Brock was christened before 15 November 1696 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.
Susanna Brock married John Ryther on 5 February 1725/26 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Ann Brodie

     Ann Brodie married Alexander Campbell (Of Delnies).

Catherine Brodie

     Catherine Brodie married Sir Patrick Dunbar 3rd Baronet, of Northfield as his second wife, in 1722 in Scotland. Catherine was the daughter of Joseph Brodie of Mentoun. His first wife Catherine was the daughter of William Sinclair of Dunbeath


Children of Catherine Brodie and Sir Patrick Dunbar 3rd Baronet, of Northfield

Grisel Brodie

(circa 1646 - )
     Grisel Brodie was born circa 1646. She was the daughter of Alexander Brodie of Brodie, whose mother was married secondly to Alexander Dunbar of Westfield.
Grisel Brodie married Sir Robert Dunbar, son of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar, circa 1664 in Dyke. She was 18 at her marriage. They had 4 sons & 9 daughters.

Burgie Castle, where Brodie and the coming Bishop put up, was
the scene of an extraordinary occurrence a few years before.
The stately old turretted castle of Burgie, situated on a
rising ground overlooking the plain of Moray about two
miles south-east of Kinloss, belonged to the family of Dunbar.
They had fallen into embarrassed circumstances, and the property
was heavily mortgaged. It was a burden from the ill-requited
services to the King in the old days when Moray lairds took the
field for him against the English Army, hazarding their lives and
their fortunes for his cause. When the Scottish Army were
routed at the Battle of Dunbar, they were in dire straits for
want of provisions. The Laird of Brodie himself was Commissary-


'General at the time, as we have seen, and he got his nephew, the
Laird of Lethen, to advance a considerable sum of money to keep
the troops from famishing. Lethen was not the only north-
countryman who came to the relief of the troops. Robert
Dunbar, Laird of Burgie, gave his personal obligation for over
1000 sterling a large sum in those days to several millers
and mealdealers for supplies of food biscuits and oatmeal
when the troops reached Stirling. In acknowledgment he
received Nimmo, the acting Commissary's receipts in due form.
Time and again he had applied for repayment to the Govern-
ment when the King had come to his own, but was always put
off on one technical ground or other, the real reason being (so he
alleged) that Lauderdale had a private grudge against him. An
Edinburgh mealdealer, named M'Bean, who had supplied part of
the victual, got decreet against Dunbar of Burgie, and, failing to
.get payment, had him put in the. Tolbooth of Edinburgh, where
he was kept for six and a-half years. The other bondholders
threatened to foreclose. Thomas Dunbar of Grange, a neighbour
and relative (they were both descended from sons of Alexander
Dunbar, the Dean of Moray, who had married Catherine Reid,
niece of the Abbot of Kinloss), purchased the property from old
Robert Dunbar, discharged the bonds and took possession of the
old Castle of Burgie. Young Dunbar, son of the old Laird of
Burgie, attacked the Castle with a band of armed men, captured
it, and turned out its inmates. He then proceeded to fortify it,
and to hold it against all concerned. An act of such gross law-
lessness, even in a time when the public peace was not too well


preserved, caused great excitement and commotion. Dunbar of
Grange applied to the civil authorities for redress, and all the
forms of law in the shape of summonses, warnings, and executions
were resorted to. But they had no effect. Young Dunbar of
Burgie refused to give up the place, and paid no heed to the pro-
cesses of the law courts. The Earl of Moray used all his powers
of friendly persuasion, but he found young Dunbar obdurate.
The matter was reported to the Privy Council, and the Chancellor,
the Earl of Eothes, ordered the assembling of troops to accompany
the herald to summon the Castle, in the King's name, to surrender.
Accordingly, John Basillie, herald, appeared before the Castle of
Burgie, displayed the King's coat-of-arms, and his trumpets
summoned the Castle to instantly surrender, failing which an
assault would be made upon it. Young Dunbar saw that further
defiance was out of the question, and gave in, and the Castle of
Burgie was restored to Grange after more than two months'
resistance. It was to show hospitality to the Laird of Brodie and
the minister of Forres, at the end of their day's golfing, that
Dunbar of Grange came by Forres to his hard-won possession on
the 22nd of August, 1672.
. Grisel Brodie was buried in 1689? In Elgin Cathedral, Moray. The tomb of Robert Dunbar of Grange Hill head of the family in 1675. This was erected by her husband, in memory of his very dear wife.

Children of Grisel Brodie and Sir Robert Dunbar

Isabella Brodie

     Isabella Brodie married James Dunbar as his second wife. She was the daughter of Brodie of Brodie.