Genealogy


Unless otherwise stated all the genealogical data on this site is from non-primary sources. This information should only be used for initial research. Although every effort has been made to ensure that the information is correct, it is the individuals responsibility to verify all data against the the primary information.

Listed below is a selection of information. Wherever possible, the source of this data has been given.

General Records Office

For details of GRO information held on Brudenell.

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Census, Huntingdon

1841 Huntingdon St Mary Street

Saml     
Brudenell     35       Cordwainer           No
Elizabeth 
Brudenell   40                                    Yes
Saml 
Brudenell
          15                  

James Brudenell        13                                     Yes
Mary 
Brudenell        12                                     Yes
Matthew
Brudenell   9                                     Yes
Alice
Brudenell         7                                     Yes
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1851 Huntingdon All Saints Old Crown Yard

Samuel 
Brudenal             H         M       27       Shoemaker        Godmanchester
Elizabeth  
Brudenal         Wf       26, Huntingdon
John 
Brudenal                 S        4         Scholar
Sarah 
Brudenal               D        3
George  
Brudena            S          1

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1851 117 Priory Lane Huntingdon St Benedict

William  
Brudenall          H        M        26       Journeyman Tailor, Godmanchester
Ann 
Brudenall               Wf        M       25, Winwick
Samuel  
Brudenall           S                     4, Huntingdon
Betsy 
Brudenall               D                    1

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1841 Elton
Jane Brudenall    Female Servant    23     No
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1851 Elton
Mary Brudnell    27   Servant   U         Nth   Warmington
in house of Peter Bonfield

 

Northamptonshire Marriage Index 1705-1811
The marriages all took place in parishes near the Lincolnshire/Cambridgeshire/Huntingdonshire borders.

10 Oct 1705 - Elizabeth Taylor and Brudenell - no parish given
24 Dec 1719- Libbeus Brudenell and Elizabeth Wigginton, Kings Cliffe
30 July 1733 - Richard Brudenell and Katherine Dillworth, Kings Cliffe
28 Sept 1730 - Joseph Brutenal of Aldwinckle and Elizabeth Harris, Thrapston
2 Oct 1732 - William Brutenol and Mary Bryan, Thrapston
8 June 1737 - George Brudenell and Elizabeth Jackson, Oundle
4 August 1742 - Libbeus Brudnell and Rebecca Clark, Stamford Baron
2 Nov 1743 - George Brudenell of Ashton and Arabella Sugars, Oundle
1753 - John Brudenall and Mary Law, Blatherwyke
20 June 1757 - Samuel Brudenell and Mary Cunington [Mary Carrington], Kings Cliffe
1757 - John Brudenell and Anne Ward, Cotterstock
12 Nov 1760 - William Brudenell and Jane Richardson, Warmington
1762 - Joseph Brudenell and Mary Muskett, Aldwinckle St Peters
29 May 1769 - Thomas Brudenel and Sarah Curtis, Woodford by Thrapston
30 April 1782 - William Brudenell widower and Mary Kingston, widow, Warmington
24 Nov 1783 - John Brudenell and Mary Wyman, Warmington
17 Dec 1787 - John Brudenell of Southwick and Joyce Robinson, Oundle
13 Oct 1789 - Richard Brudenell and Ann Smith, Woodnewton
22 Dec 1790 - John Brudenel, widower and Mary Elderkin, Warmington
14 Feb 1792 - Thomas Brudenell and Lucy Draper, Oundle
23 June 1796 - Richard Brudenel and Elizabeth Munton, Kings Cliffe
19 Nov 1798 - George Brudenall and Rebecca Roe, Tansor
2 Oct 1800 - Samuel Brudenel and Elizabeth Dixon, Kings Cliffe
26 August 1811 - William Brudenell and Catharine Crowson, Warmington

 

Cotterstock Parish Records - Baptisms
Sarah, dau of John and Susannah Brudenell. 21 Oct 1754
John, son John and Anne Brudnell. 15 April 1759
Mary, dau of John and Anne Brudnell. 14 Dec 1760
Job, son of John and Anne Brudenell. 20 Oct 1763
Elizabeth, dau John and Ann Brudenell. 16 May 1764
Thomas, son of John and Ann Brudenell. 24 Jan 1768
George, son of John and Anne Brudenel. 2 Jan 1770
Anne, dau, John and Anne Brudenell. Privately baptised 15 Oct 1771
George, son of Ann Brudinell, a base child of this parish. 23 Feb 1777
Rebecca, dau of George and Rebecca Brudnell. 29 July 1804

 

Aldwinckle - St Peter - Baptisms
12 March 1731, John, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brutenall
15 February (?) 1735, Samuel, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brutenel
30 September 1733, Joseph, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brutnel
24 January 1772, Elizabeth, daughter Job [Jos?] & Elizabeth Brudnell
22 October 1775, Amy, daughter Job & Elizabeth Brudenall

 

 

Aldwinckle - St Peter - Burials
25 September (?) 1732, John, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brutenall
26 March (?) 1736, Samuel, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brutnell
20 March 1773, Elizabeth, daughter of Job & Elizabeth Brudenell
3 October 1780, Joseph Brudenell
21 January 1782, Amey, daughter of Job & Elizabeth Brudenell

 

 

Aldwinckle - All Saints - Baptisms

8 March 1740, Thomas, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brudenell
8 July 1743, Job, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Brudenell
31 July 1763, Sarah, daughter Joseph & Mary Brudnell
19 October 1767, John, son of Joseph & Mary Brudnel
24 May 1770, Amey, daughter of Joseph & Mary Brudnell

 

 

Thrapston - Baptisms
15 December 1731, John, son of Samuel & Ann Brudenell
29 July 1733, Mary, daughter of Jos & Mary Brutenall
16 March 1734, Ann, daughter of William & Mary Brudenall
10 April 1737, Elizabeth, daughter of William & Mary Brudenell
17 July 1742, William, son of William & Mary Brutenall
4 January 1746, Thomas, son of William & Mary Brudenall
15 October 1749, Sarah, daughter of William & Mary Brudenall

 

 

Oundle - Baptisms
Sarah Shelton, base dau of Elizabeth Brudenell. 1 Jul 1792
John, son of Thomas and Lucy Brudenell. 4 May 1793
Lucy dau of Thomas and Lucy Brudenell. 24 Jul 1795
Barbara, dau of Thomas and Lucy Brudenell. 9 June 1797

 

Oundle - Marriages
Thomas Shelton and Elizabeth Brudenell. Married by banns 14 May 1759.
Witnesses: Richard Wallit and Thomas Hill
John Grey (widower) and Arabella Brudenell (widow). Married by licence 29 Jul 1759
Witnesses: Thomas Baggerly and Thomas Shelton
William Grant (of the hamlet of March, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire) and Mary Brudnell. Married 13 Dec 1768
Witnesses: Mary Adkins and John Gray

 

 

Oundle - Burials
George Brudenell - buried 31 Aug 1758
George Brudenell - Aged 40 years - buried 1 Oct 1786
Samuel Brudenell - Infant - buried 7 Jul 1794
John Brudenell - infant - buried 4 Nov 1794

 

 

Various Index Returns
Aveland and Ness deanery marriage index Stamford churches 1700 - 1837
 
Lebbeus Brudenell & Rebecca Clark, 4 August 1742, Stamford St Martin's

Lebbeus Brudenell & Elizabeth Smith, 1785, Stamford All Saints

Elizabeth Brudenell & Thomas Blades, 25 April 1809, Stamford All Saints

Matthew Brudenell & Ann Ardin, 12 May 1827, Stamford St Michael's

East & West Elloe deanery marriage index 1700 - 1837
No marriages recorded.
 
Belistoe deanery marriage index 1700 - 1837
Richard BRUDENEL (wid) & Elizabeth RICHARDSON 1788 CASTLE BYTHAM
Jonathan BRUDENEL & Elizabeth TAYLOR 50 May 1728 CORBY GLEN
 
Baptisms
John Brudenell
 Sex:Male
  Christening Date:13 Jul 1788 Recorded in:Saint George, Stamford, Lincoln
    Father:Lebbeus BRUDENELL
  Mother:Elizabeth  
 
George Brudenell
 Sex:Male
  Christening Date:16 Apr 1828 Recorded in:All Saints, Stamford, Lincoln
    Father:Matthew BRUDENELL
  Mother:Ann   

Matthew  Brudenell
 Sex:Male
  Christening Date:27 Dec 1832 Recorded in:All Saints, Stamford, Lincoln
    Father:Matthew BRUDENELL
  Mother:Ann   

 

Upton-cum-Coppingford Parish Transcript 1604 - 1851

Baptism

27 May 1785 Joseph s/o Joseph & Esther Brudenell

3 Nov 1794 Ann d/o John & Mary Brudenell

11 Oct 1796 Mary d/o John & Mary Brudenell

12 Aug 1799 Sarah d/o John & Mary Brudenell

7 Jun 1801 John s/o John & Mary Brudenell

14 Oct 1804 Sarah d/o John & Mary Brudenell

20 Apr 1819 Ann illegitimate d/o Sarah Brudenell

9 Jul 1820 George illegitimate s/o Sarah Brudenell

Marriages

10 Nov 1778 Joseph Brudenell married Esther Cartright

29 Jul 1793 John Brudenell married Mary Todd

24 Dec 1799 John Brudenell married Mary French

18 Feb 1834 William Whittering married Ann Brudenell

5 Jan 1836 Robert Parish married Elizabeth Brudenell

Burial

12 Aug 1799 Mary Brudenell

12 Mar 1809 John Brudenell of Copmanford, gamekeeper

6 Dec 1818 Mary Brudenell of Copmanford aged 59

6 May 1819 Ann Brudenell of Copmanford aged 3 weeks

12 Jun 1833 John Brudenell aged 32

 

Huntingdonshire Marriage Index 1601 - 1837

Brudenell, Brundal, Brudnell, Brudenal

1719 Tho Brudenel lof Geddington & Mary Rogers -Stow Longa

1753 Ann Brudenell & Samuel Pack - Keystone

1778 Joseph Brudenell & Esther Cartwright - Upton cc

1782 Cath Brudenell & Isaac Pointer - Huntingdon AS & St J

1784 Mary Brudenell & Wm Moss - Huntingdon St M & St B

1784 Sarah Brudenell & Thos Frances - Stilton

1791 Job Brudenell & Mary Richardson - Sawtry As

1792 Sarah Brudenell & Isaac Dixon (w) - Huntingdon St M & St B

1793 John Brudenell & Mary Todd of Barnwell - Upton cc St Andrew

1795 Alice Brudenell & Sam Richbell - Huntingdon As & St J

1797 Amy Brudenell & Wm Woods - Huntingdon St M & St B

1799 John Brudenell & Mary French of Sawtry - Upton cc

1805 George Brudenell & Hannah Holding - Keystone

1806 William Brudenell (w) & Su Howe (w) - Glastton

1807 Sarah Brudenell & Wm Gaskin - Hamerton

1818 Joses Brudenell & Ann Williamson - Fenstanton

1820 Mary Brudenell & Thos Peer of St Sepulchre - Buckden London

1822 Sam Brudenell & Elizabeth Lister - Godmanchester

1823 Mary Brudenell & John Hall - Conungton

1828 Isaac Brudenell & Susanna Murden - Alconbury cAW

1834 Ann Brudenell & William Whittering of Upton - Hemmingford

1836 Eliz Brudenell & Robert Parish of Southoe - Upton cc

 

Brutenal, Brutnell

1759 Eliz & Jn Cooke of Moborne - Folksworth

1763 Wm & Cath Asher - Sawtry As

1786 Mary & Wm Jackson of Oundle - Alwalton

1814 Mary (w) & Thos Glover of Sawtry - Sawtry

1815 Jn & Fra Newham - Sibson cS

1816 Jn & Eliz Peach of Yaxley - Sawtry St A

 

Keystone -Huntingdonshire - Various Parish Records

Burials

12 September 1810 Elizabeth (inf) daughter George & Hannah Brudenell

11 November 1813 John (4 days)

Baptisms

24 November 1759 Mary, daughter of Amey

13 November 180 Mary, daughter of George & Hannah Brudenell

26 August 1810 Elizabeth, daughter of George & Hannah Brudenell

20 October 1811 Esther, daughter of George & Hannah Brudenell

7 November 1813 John, son of George & Hannah Brudenell

14 May 1815 John, son of George & Hannah Brudenell

18 May 1817 Job, son of George & Hannah Brudenell

 

 

Sawtry - Huntingdonshire - Various Parish Records

St Andrew's - Baptisms

19 April 1816 Mary Ann Brutenell, of John & Elizabeth

St Andrew's - Marriage

21 May 1816 John Brudenell & Elizabeth Peach of Yaxley Sawtry

All Saints - Baptisms

15 January 1793 William, son of Job & Mary Brudenell

26 April 1795 William, son of Job & Mary Brudenell

11 June 1797 Elizabeth, daughter of Job & Mary Brudenell

25 December 1798 Mary, daughter of Job & Mary Brudenell

9 November 1801 Ann, daughter of Joseph & Mary Brutenell

1 April 1803 George, son of Joseph & Mary Brutenel

15 March 1806 Ann, daughter of Job & Mary Brudenell

All Saints - Burials

25 February 1798 Elizabeth Brutenel

28 August 1812 Tobias (?) Brutenel

 

Alconbury - Huntingdonshire - Various Parish Records

Baptisms

9 September 1759 Mary Blundell, daughter of Samuel & Rebecca

27 December 1761 Elizabeth Blundell, daughter of Samuel & Rebecca

2 October 1763 Samuel Blundell, son of Samuel & Rebecca

5 January 1768 George Blundell, son of Samuel & Rebecca

14 November 1880 Ellen Jane, daughter of William & Susan Brudenell

9 May 1886 Annie May, daughter of James & Elizabeth Brudenell

30 October 1887 Herbert, son of James & Elizabeth Brudenell

10 July 1891 John William, son of William & Susan Brudenell

15 February 1899 Ernest, son of William & Susan Brudenell (born 8 September 1875)

Marriages

13 October 1758 Samuel Blundell & Rebecca Buck

12 October 1773 Rebecca Blundell (wid) & William Harris (wid)

24 June 1828 Issac Brudenell & Susannah Murden. Witness: Valentine Brudenell

Burials

4 January 1762 Elizabeth (inf) daughter of Samuel & Rebecca Blundell

26 April 1773 George, son of Samuel & Rebecca Blundell

6 January 1829 Susannah Brudenell. 20 years of Buckden

22 September 1886 William Brudenell. 68 years

13 July 1891 John Brudenell. 20 years

19 July 1891 Susan Brudenell. 51 years

 

Huntingdonshire Burials Index

All those listed are for Whittlesey.

1806 Edward Brudenell

1808 William Brudenell

1808 Edward Brudenell

1816 John Brudenell, 10 days

1816 Susanna Brudenell, 38

1821 Elizabeth Brudenell, 2 weeks

1824 Emma Brudenell, 24

1824 Henry Brudenell, 5 months

1825 George Brudenell, 10 weeks

1825 ThomasBrudenell, 1

1826 George Brudenell, 5 months

1837 Mary Brudenell, 2

 

Gretton Parish Records

(Details provided by 3rd party and have NOT been verified)


Baptisms23 Oct 1698 BRUDNALL John

Baptisms11 Aug 1700 BRUDNALL Job

Baptisms15 Mar 1701/02BRUDNALL Thomas

Baptisms06 Feb 1703/04 BRUDNALL Joseph

Baptisms11 Aug 1706 BRUDNALL William

Baptisms30 Mar 1712 BRUDNELL George

Baptisms12 Aug 1715 BRUTNAL Edward

JOB md Amy Baker 6 Feb 1697/8 at Gretton.

JOB, Sr. bur 15 May 1736

Burials 15 Dec 1727 BRUDENALL Thomas
Burials06 Mar 1728/29 BRUDINALL John
Burials09 Aug 1722 BRUDNALL Thomas
Burials15 May 1736 BRUDNELL Job
Burials26 Oct 1737 BRUDNELL Amy
Burials20 Aug 1756 BRUTENALL Susannah
Burials17 Oct 1715 BRUTNAL Edward

 

CommonWealth War Graves Commission
For more information on the following names please click Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Name Rank Regiment Date of Death
Brudenell, C Private East Yorkshire Regiment 16 April 1918
Brudenell, F Private NorthamptonshireRegiment 26 November 1915
Brudenell, H Sapper Royal Engineers 3 October 1944
Brudenell, L B Captain Home Guard 28 February 1943
Brudenell, T B Private Yorkshire Regiment 25 November 1915
Brudenell, W J Private Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Rgt) 3 March 1916
Brudenell-Bruce, J E J Lieutenant Northamptonshire Yeomanry 11 April 1917
Brudenall, F Private Northamptonshire Regiment 19 Sept 1918
Brudnell, J J Corpral Royal Tank Regiment 27 July 1942
Brutnell, C H Private Lincolnshire Regiment 15 November 1916
Brutnell, F Private Northamptonshire Fusiliers 3 October 1916
Brutnell, L Private Yorkshire Regiment 7 February 1917
Brutnell, T Private Army Service Corp 30 December 1917
Brutnell, T Private Yorkshire Regiment 20 October 1918

 

Ellis Island Immigration Records
For more information on the following names please click Ellis Island Records
Name Residence Date Arrived Age on Arrival
Arthur Brudenell Harvick, Scotland 1909 24
Henry Brudenell   1923 40
Henry C Brudenell   1923 40
Walter Brudenell England 1892 22
Wilfred Brudenell*   1920 43
Reginald Brudenell-Murphy Blackrock, Ireland 1907 27
Vere Brudenell-Murphy Blackrock, Ireland 1907 26
Wilfred Brudenall*   1924 47
William Brudenall*   1924 47
Melba Brudonell Winnipeg, Canada 1920 19

(* Indicates that they were ship's crew). Please note that this data is copyrighted and you should register at the above web-site for more information on these individuals.

 

Warmington Parish Records

Extracts from Warmington Parish records on microfiche number 342p/5 onwards:

1756 Dec. 2nd Amy BRUDENELL married Joseph LOUTH
1762 Nov. 22 John son of William and Jane. *
1763 Nov. 20 Elizabeth dau.of William and Jane.
1767 Apl. 20 Elizabeth BRUDENELL of Warmington married Thomas WEATHERINGTON of Tansor.
1774 Feb.13 Job BRUDENELL, labourer, buried.
1775 Jan. 19 Sarah BRUDENELL married George HARRIS
1777 May 20 Thomas BRUDENELL, cordwainer, buried
1781 Aug. 12 Jane, wife of William, buried
1781 Oct. 2nd Elizabeth BRUDENELL, widow, buried
1784 Feb. 17 Elizabeth BRUDENELL married Robert SHERMAN
1784 May 9th Ann dau. of William and Mary.*
1785 Apl. 14 Ann William and Mary buried
1786 June 13 Ann William and Mary.
1786 July 11 Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary. *
1788 Dec 3rd Elizabeth dau. of William and Mary.
1789 Mar. 31 Mary, wife of John, buried
1789 Aug. 9 Elizabeth BRUDENELL buried (Don't know which one!)
1790 Apl. 18 William son of William and Mary.
1791 Aug.21 John son of John and Mary. *
1791 Sept.22 John son of John and Mary buried
1793 Mar. 26 Daniel son of John and Mary.
1795 Jan. 4th Joseph? son of William and Mary. (Unable to confirm name)
1797 May 29 Mary dau. John and Mary.
1797 Dec. 3 Mary dau. John and Mary buried
1798 Dec.25 John son of John and Mary.
1800 Aug. 31 Mary Crooks dau.of John and Mary.
1802 May 5th Valentine son of John and Mary.
1804 Apl. 8th William son of John and Mary.
1804 Apl. 10 Ann dau of William and Mary buried
1804 Apl. 18 William son of John and Mary buried
1807 Mar. 12 Mary, wife of William, buried
1807 June 28 Isaac son of John and Mary.
1811 Jan. 7 William BRUDENELL buried
1811 Nov. 10 William and Elizabeth twin children of William and Catherine. *
 
Tansor - microfiche 315p/2
1821 Dec 2 George son of George and Sarah bp. (he was a tailor and I don't know anything else)
 
(* Indicates that the marriage of the parents is listed elsewhere on this page)

 

 

Warmington Parish Records - Baptisms

Extracts from Warmington Parish records on microfiche number 342p/6

1814 27 Feb - Joseph son William and Catherine - Carpenter
1814 18 Oct. - Jane dau John and Mary - Farmer
1815 7 May - . Joseph Cawthorne son Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1816 12 May - Jane dau Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1816 11 Aug. - Ann dau William and Catherine - Carpenter
1818 7 June. - William son Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1818 22 Nov.- Daniel son William and Catherine - Carpenter
1822 28 Feb - . Charles son Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1823 6 Apl. - Frances dau Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1824 14 Mar - . Mary dau William and Catherine - Carpenter
1824 19 Sept. - Charles son Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1825 20 Mar. - Valentine son Valentine and Elizabeth - Baker
1826 30 Apl. - John son Daniel and Frances - Farmer
1826 21 May. - Catherine dau William and Catherine - Carpenter
1827 27 May. - Mary Ann dau Valentine and Elizabeth - Baker
1829 31 May- Job son William and Catherine - Carpenter
1830 3 Jan. - Mary Ann dau Valentine and Elizabeth - Baker
1830 8 Jan. - Phoebe dau Daniel and Frances - Cottager
1830 8 Jan. - John son Daniel and Frances (no note re twins) "
1831 18 Dec - John son Valentine and Elizabeth - Baker
1832 15 Jan - Ann dau Daniel and Frances - Cottager
1834 6 July - Henry son Joseph and Mary - Labourer
1837 5 March - Fanny dau Joseph & Mary
1839 29 Sept - Alfred son William and Jane - Carpenter
1839 8 Dec.- Joseph Berry son Joseph and Mary - Labourer
1840 1 Nov. - Albert Knighton son William and Jane - Carpenter
1842 13 Feb - Albert Duery son of William & Jane
1842 15 May - Sarah Catherine dau Daniel and Catherine - Labourer
1843 10 Dec - William son Isaac and Mary - Labourer
1844 19 Mar - Caroline Elizabeth dau William and Jane - Carpenter
1844 14 July - Emily Alice dau William Jackson Hemington - Labourer
1844 14 July - Ann dau Daniel and Catherine - Labourer
1845 4 Mar - Alfred son Joseph and Mary
1845 no date - Mary Ann dau Isaac and Mary
1845 21 Dec - John Thomas son William and Jane - Carpenter
1847 6 June - Alice Catherine dau Isaac and Mary - Labourer
1849 20 June - Job son Isaac and Mary
1850 26 Dec -Joseph Aaron son Daniel and Catherine
1852 28 Nov - Isaac son Isaac and Mary
1855 4 Mar - William son Isaac and Mary
1856 3 May - Joseph " Henry and Alice "
1857 12 April - John son Isaac and Mary
1857 12 July - Sarah Ann dau Henry and Alice
1859 16 Jan - Elizabeth dau Henry & Alice

 

 

Warmington Parish Records - Marriages

Extracts from Warmington Parish records on microfiche number 342 p9 & 10

1814 20 Dec. - Daniel BRUDENELL to Frances CAWTHORNE
1820 12 Dec. - John ROWELL to Mary Crooks BRUDENELL
1838 15 Oct. - John PEACH to Ann BRUDENELL
1838 25 Dec. - William BRUDENELL to Jane DUERY
1843 5 June. - Isaac BRUDENELL to Mary Groocock BOSWORTH
1848 29 Aug. - Daniel BRUDENELL to Mary LETTICE
1850 17 June - Valentine BRUDENELL to Elizabeth SHELTON
1855 28 Jan. - James TODD, widower, to Jane BRUDENELL
1855 15 Oct. - Henry BRUDENELL to Alice BROWN
1858 6 Oct. - John BRUDENELL to Elizabeth DAVEY

 

 

Warmington Parish Records - Burials

Extracts from Warmington Parish records on microfiche number 342 p11

1814 18 October - Mary BRUDENELL aged 39
1815 8 January - Jane BRUDENELL 3 months
1824 24 December - Charles BRUDENELL 1 and 3/4 years
1829 30 May - Mary Ann BRUDENELL 2 years
1833 4 March - Caroline BRUDENELL 7 years. No birth record.
1840 18 February - Alfred BRUDENELL infant
1841 25 January - George BRUDENELL 14 years. No birth record.
1841 10 March - Albert Knighton BRUDENELL 5 months
1842 22 April - Charles BRUDENELL 17 years
1843 22 June - George BRUDENELL 15 days. in Union Workhouse, Oundle
1844 23 January - William BRUDENELL 6 weeks.
1844 30 April - William BRUDENELL 55 years
1845 28 May - John BRUDENELL 84 years
1848 8 January - Mary Ann BRUDENELL 18 years
1848 22 July - Frances BRUDENELL 57 years
1849 28 August - Alice Catherine BRUDENELL 2 years
1855 28 May - Daniel BRUDENELL 31 years (Daniel b. 1818??) poss.37yrs.
1856 25 February - Daniel BRUDENELL 64 years. in Union Workhouse, Oundle.

 

Whittlesey - St Mary's Parish (up to 1851)
Baptism
4 Sep 1801 - Susan of William and Susan
17 Jan 1805 - Thomas of William and Susan
31 Dec 1805 - Edward of William and Susan
18 Mar 1808 - Edward of William and Susan
1 Feb 1816 - William of Thomas and Elizabeth
20 Apr 1816 - John of Henry and Susannah
29 Jul 1823 - Henry of John and Ann
23 Mar 1828 - Amey of John and Ann
10 Sep 1829 - Harriett of Henry and Mary
26 Apr 1835 - Mary of John and Ann
6 Jun 1838 - George of John and Ann (6 months)
6 Jun 1838 - John of John and Ann (7 years)
25 Nov 1840 - William of John and Ann
12 Aug 1841 - Eliza Ann of William and Ann
5 May 1843 - Jane of John and Ann
7 Jun 1843 - Fanny Jarman of William and Elizabeth
4 Apr 1848 - Alice of Emma (spinster)
20 Sep 1949 - William of William and Ann
22 May 1850 Alice of William and Ann
22 May 1850 George of William and Ann
22 May 1850 William of William and Ann

 

Marriages
14 Oct 1794 - William Brudenell to Susanna Davis
1 Mar 1814 - Susanna Brudenell (widow) to John Simpson (widow)
28 Nov 1814 - Thomas Brudenell to Elizabeth Baines (widow)
15 Jan 1816 - Henry Brudenell to Susanna Maskham
16 Apr 1817 - Henry Brudenell (widower) to Mary Ward
4 Oct 1842 - Anne Brudenell (minor) [father John] to John Moyses (minor)
15 Apr 1849 - Alice Brudenell (25) [father Thomas] to John Lant (27)

 

Burials
20 Feb 1798 - Edward son of William
21 Aug 198 - John son of John
21 May 1806 - Edward son of William
5 Jan 1808 - William
18 May 1808 - Edward son of William and Susannah
30 Apr 1816 - Susannah - 38 years
30 Apr 1816 - John - 10 days
17 May 1821 - Emma - 24 years
16 Jun 1821 - Elizabeth - 2 weeks
26 Feb 1824 - Henry - 5 months
10 Oct 1825 - Thomas - 1 year
19 Oct 1825 - George - 10 weeks
23 Feb 1826 - George - 5 months
3 Jun 1837 - Mary - 2 years
7 Jan 1841 - William - 9 months
22 Jan 1841 - Mary - 42 years
26 Apr 1848 - Alice - 3 weeks

 

Whittlesey - St Andrew's Parish (up to 1851)
Baptism
7 Sep 1819 - John son of Thomas and Elizabeth
1 Jun 1821 - Elizabeth daughter of Henry and Mary
14 Oct 1823 - Henry son of Henry and Mary
20 Jun 1825 - Annie daughter of John and Ann
9 Dec 1826 - Eliza daughter of Henry and Mary
22 Sep 1844 - Elizabeth Joyce daughter of William and Ann
24 May 1846 - Alice daughter of William and Ann

 

Marriages
18 May 1828 - Susanna Brudenell to John Hubbard
28 Mar 1839 - William Brudenell [father Thomas] to Ann German
2 Jun 1846 - John Brudenell to Susanna Whitfield
9 May 1851 - Emma Brudenell (22) [father John] to Thomas Croxford

 

Burials
None Recorded

 

1851 Census - Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire

Arnold's Lane

William Brudnell H M 34 Groom/Gardner Whittlesey
Ann Brudnell Wf M 37   Whittlesey
Eliza Ann Brudnell D   9   Whittlesey
Fanny German Brudnell D   8   Whittlesey
Elizabeth Joyce Brudnell D   6   Whittlesey
Alice D   4   Whittlesey
Willm S   2   Whittlesey
George S   11m   Whittlesey

Parkinson's Lane

Thomas Brudnell H M 62 Ag Lab Nth Oundle
Elizabeth Brudnell Wf M 67   Whittlesey

Inhams End

Ann Brudnall Nu M 51 Occasional Nurse Whittlesey

Stonald Field

John Brudenell F (?) M 50 Ag Lab Whittlesey
John Brudenell S U 19 Ag Lab Whittlesey
George Brudenell S U 15 Ag Lab Whittlesey
Jane Brudenell D   8 Scholar Whittlesey

 

 

Fenstanton Parish Records

The following baptisms are all given as "Father: William, Mother: Ann"

James Brudenell, 3 June 1855

Mary Ann Owins Brudnell, 9 March 1857

William Brudnell, 8 December 1858

Ann Brudwell, 22 January 1859

 

Copy Marriage Certificates

The following certificates have been ordered by myself but are not related to my family.

If they are of any relevance to your research please contact me for more information.

Arthur Brudenell 30 yrs, Trooper (Royal Horse Guards).Father Edward Brudenell, and Jessie Allaway 30 yrs

2 September 1896, Fulham.

William Bromley, and Annie Brudenell (widow - nee Payne)

September 24 1898, Little Bowden, Northamptonshire.

 

Teesside Archives - Eston/South Bank (Normanby Road) Primitive Methodist Circuit Baptisms

Name, Surname, Birth, Baptism, Parents, Address Place, Occupation

Margaret Alice Brudenell 3/10/1881 25/10/1881 Joseph & Mary, Lackenby Lackenby, Fitter

Thomas Edmond Brudenell 7/7/1884 29/7/1884 Joseph & Mary, Lackenby Lackenby, Gas Fitter

John Edward Brudenell 1/11/1885 17/11/1885 Joseph & Mary, Lackenby Lackenby, General Dealer

Joseph Brudenell 29/5/1883 31/5/1883 Joseph & Mary, Lackenby Lackenby, Mechanic

Herbert Edmond Brudenell 17/12/1882 16/1/1883 William & Mary, Lackenby Lackenby, Ironstone Miner

Leonard Charles Brudenell 6/4/1884 6/4/1884 William & Mary, Lackenby Lackenby, Ironstone Miner

Lily Brundall 1/4/1907 22/4/1907 William & Agnes Mary, 2 Bottomley Row Eston, Steel Worker

Ronald William Brundall 30/8/1908 21/9/1908 Robert Wm & Agnes Mary, 27 Lambton Street Normanby, Ironstone Miner

Freda Brundall 27/1/1911 20/2/1911 Robert William & Agnes Mary, 40 Guisborough Road Eston, Ironstone Miner

Annie Brundall 12/7/1912 29/7/1912 Robert William & Agnes Mary, 40 Guisborough Road Eston, Ironstone Miner

Robert Brundall 24/9/1915 11/10/1915 Robert William & Agnes Mary, 40 Guisborough Road Eston Eston, Soldier

 

Northern Daily Mail
West Hartlepool
22 August 1944


WEST HARTLEPOOL MAN IN BATTLE NEWS

The story of a "blitz patrol"

it was the germans who first invented the expression "blitzkrieg" (lightning warfare). they were the first to practice it. the allies, however, were not slow to appreciate the value of blitz tactics both on the ground and in the air, and have now perfected what jerry invented. i
witnessed today another branch of blitz warfare, namely a "blitz patrol" (writes a military observer). the patrol, consisting of two sergeants and ten other ranks of a famous north country regiment, was sent to bring back a prisoner from an orchard where there were known to be enemy. the patrol was split into two groups - one to assault, led by lance sergeant m c brudenell, of 17 oakland avenue, west hartlepool, and one to support, led by lance sergeant e g gallop, of 33 penrhiewtyn, neath, glamorgan. in order to get to the enemy held orchard it was necessary for the patrol to
cross an open field, a distance of about 200 yards. at 3pm, which was zero hour for the attack, the patrol under sergeant brudenell went in quickly across the open field under cover of smoke; meanwhile the section under sergeant gallop covered them with brens and a two-inch mortar.

"I'VE GOT ONE"!

the entire assault group reached the hedge running across the front of the orchard safely. there they paused for a moment to re-form before continuing through the orchard. suddenly one of the patrol shouted, "i've got one!", and out came a jerry with his hands up. "i thought, where there's one there are bound to be more", said sergeant brudenell, "and i set the patrol on to searching the hedgerow. only twenty yards away from the prisoner we had taken we saw three more boche in a dug-out. i shouted at them to come out, and they loosed off a burst of spandau fire at us,
which fortunately missed. i gave them a return burst at point-blank range with my sten, and all three slumped down dead. "next", said brudenell, "we heard screams coming from the entrance to the dug-out, just to the left of the gun, and saw a man lying wounded. then we saw another wounded in the back. he, however, was not giving in, but crawled across the bodies of the others trying to get to the gun".

THE GERMAN'S WARNING

"the route which we were intending to take back passed the corner of a small copse", continued sergeant brudenell, "and as we approached it one of the boche become very nervous and signalled to us not to go that way. i halted the party and asked him what was the matter. he indicated that the germans were going to mortar the copse. "to be on the safe side, i decided to take his advice, and so we kept away from it. this was just as well, as half a minute later, sure enough down came the mortar fire on to the corner of the copse". they rejoined the other half of the patrol, and exactly ten minutes from the time they started, the signaller was able
to pass back the splendid results of the patrol over the air to battalion head-quarters. a "blitz-patrol" indeed! sergeant brudenell has, as a result of his good work since he has been in france, risen from lance- corporal to lance-sergeant. he is 19.

24 July 1944

LOCAL MAN ROUNDED UP SNIPERS

it was at the time of some of the bitterest fighting in the sector between tilly and caen when ground was being won, yard by yard, in country where every coppice, every hedge, seemed to hold an enemy strong point, writes a military observer in normandy. at least seven snipers were within 150 yards of where a battalion of a famous north country regiment was fighting. lance sergeant michael charles brudenell, of west hartlepool, and lance corporal a schofield, of rochdale, volunteered to go out under fire in an attempt to round up these snipers. they captured every one and were bringing them back as prisoners when heavy german machine-gun fire forced them into cover. not for six hours could they regain their own lines. then, at 3am, they got in, still escorting the prisoners who probably owe their lives to these two british n.c.o.'s. earlier in the same action sgt brudenell, then a lance corporal, brought in between ten and twenty wounded men in the face
of the enemy. in still earlier fighting he volunteered to go out on three successive patrols to locate german positions, bringing back valuable information in each case. sgt brudenell is the son of mr and mrs j a brudenell, of 17 oakland avenue, west hartlepool, and corporal schofield lives at 71 hamer lane, rochdale. their exploits are but some of those which stands to the credit of their unit as the result of a month's warfare in normandy. sgt brudenell is 19 years old, and has been in the army about a year. he is an old boy of west hartlepool secondary school, and before joining up he was on the railway staff at ferryhill.

31 July 1945

MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES

corporal michael c brudenell (20) d.l.i., has been mentioned in dispatches in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in north-west europe. the only son of mr and mrs j a brudenell, of 17 oakland avenue, corporal brudenell has been in the army two years and went to france on D + 6. earlier this year he received a signed certificate from his brigadier congratulating him "on your fine leadership and determination in leading your patrol on the night of december 10-11, 1944. the determination you showed under the most severe weather conditions was worthy of the highest praise".

©British Library

 

Burial Register St. Cuthbert's, Wilton 1719 - 1983

Henry Brudenell 13m 14/5/1872

William Brudenell 1 8/6/1872

Henrietta Brudenell 3 28/7/1872

Alice Brudenell 20m 9/4/1874

Alice Brudenell 4 17/4/1875

Henry Brudenell 42 9/3/1878

Margaret Alice Brudenell 9w 8/12/1881

William Henry Brudenell 2 15/4/1883

Joseph Brudenell 2 18/7/1884

John Edward Brudenell 15m 5/2/1887

Ellen Brudenell 3 22/5/1893

Charles Henry Brudenell 15m 2/10/1907

Mary Brudenell 3 19/9/1908

Ronald Brudenell 5m 19/3/1909

Alice Brudenell 83 7/4/1916

Violet Brudenell 30 15/6/1931

Mary Brudenell 78 30/4/1932

Joseph Brudenell 79 2/7/1935

 

Lenton, Lincolnshire - Parish Records


Baptisms
Ann Brudenell, 27 Jan 1808. Dau William & Sarah Brudenell of Keisby.

John Brudenell, 24 May 1810. Son Willam & Sarah Brudenell.
Joseph Brudenell, 5 Oct 1813. Son William & Sarah Brudenell of Keisby.
John Brudnell, 6 Jan 1836. Son John & Elizabeth Brudnell
William Brudnell, 27 Oct 1839. Son John & Elizabeth Brudnell
Elizabeth Catherine Brudnell, 28 Nov 1841. Dau John & Elizabeth Brudnell
Charles Brudnell, 22 Sept 1844. Son John & Elizabeth Brudnell
Frances (?) Brudnell, 24 Feb 1850. John & Elizabeth Brudnell (Unable to confirm name & no indication if son or daughter)
Thomas Brudnell, 10 Jun 1855. Son John & Elizabeth Brudnell
Fred Brudnell, 26 Jan 1862. Son John & Elizabeth Brudnell
Eleanor Brutnell, 21 Sept 1862. Dau John & Elizabeth Brudnell of Billingborough.
Annie Brutnell, 17 Dec 1871. Dau William & Maria Brutnell of Keisby
Sarah Brutnell, 17 Dec 1871. Dau William & Maria Brutnell of Keisby (possible twins)
John Joseph Brudnell 7 Feb 1875. Son Joseph & Emma Brudnell of Lenton (Keisby) – occupation: labourer
Cecil John Brutnell, 27 July 1890. Son Fred & Mary Brutnell of Osgodby- occupation: farmer
Joseph Brutnell, 3 Aug 1913. Son Cecil John & Alice Ruth Brutnell of Keisby.*
Thomas Brutnell, 3 Aug 1913. Son Cecil John & Alice Ruth Brutnell of Keisby.*
(*These 2 entries both have “P” marked in the margin of the register – reason unknown)
Kathleen Mary, 2 Aug 1914. Dau. Son Cecil John & Alice Ruth Brutnell of Keisby.
Elizabeth Alice Brutnell, 12 March 1916. Son Cecil John & Alice Ruth Brutnell of Keisby.
Frederick John Brutnell, 10 Feb 1918. Son Cecil John & Alice Ruth Brutnell of Keisby.
Evelyn Annie Brutnell, 8 Feb 1920. Dau Cecil John & Alice Ruth Brutnell of Keisby.

 

Marriages

 

Michael Brudenell, married Sarah Pearson of Barrowby, 3 April 1738
John Brutnell of Keisby married Elizabeth Porter of Osgodby 3 Jul 1834
Ann Brudenell married Samuel Barsby both of Lenton 13 Jul 1835

Burials (taken from various index records – not from the originals)

Brudenell, Joseph. 1 Jun 1844, Keisby. 8
Brutnell, John. 16 Aug 1888, Keisby. 81
Brutnell, Thomas. 21 Nov 1877. Keisby 22
Brutnell, Joseph. 29 May 1890. Boston, 76
Brutnell, Sarah. 12 Nov 1867. Pelhams Land, 87 (Holland Fen)
Brutnell, Harry. 10 Apr 1886. Spalding, 1

 

 

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