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  • "It's the team Bramfield hires out at the settlement," he said.

    Hawtrey's Deputy

  • Station, G.N.R. The roads from Welwyn, Stevenage and Bramfield meet at the S. end of the street.

    Hertfordshire

  • - Jane, daughter of Lord Butler of Bramfield, whose mother was a sister of the Duke of Buckingham; and it had been specially provided, in the patent of the Earldom, that it should descend, by preference, to his heirs by that lady.

    The Life of John Milton Volume 3 1643-1649

  • Police searched in Wissett and the nearby villages of Holton and Bramfield, where Mr Ward used to prune trees.

    EDP24 News

  • "I am going to take you to the nearest town -- to Bramfield to spend the rest of the night.

    The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories

  • Indeed, his promotion to the Earldom in his old age had been, in part, a compliment to his third wife - ” Jane, daughter of Lord Butler of Bramfield, whose mother was a sister of the Duke of Buckingham; and it had been specially provided, in the patent of the Earldom, that it should descend, by preference, to his heirs by that lady.

    The Life of John Milton

  • Bolder, Lord Botelcr, of Bramfield, created l0 "28, ex - tinct 1647.

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical

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  • A sponsee is someone you sponsor.

    I sponsored my brother to play rugby in Wales. He is my sponsee.

    May 27, 2009