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Sir Basil Brooke

Brian Barton

Sir Basil Brooke

the making of a prime minister.

by Brian Barton

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph. D.)--TheQueen"s University of Belfast, 1986.

ContributionsBrooke, Basil, Sir, 1888-1973.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19800153M


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Viscount Brookeborough, of Colebrooke in the County of Fermanagh, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.

It was created in for the Ulster Unionist politician and Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, Captain The Rt. Hon. Sir Basil Brooke, 5th Bt., P.C. (N.I.), M.P. Brooke made no comment as she returned the book to Meg, who said innocently, "I thought it was poetry." "Some of it is.

"Some of it is. Brooke, as she paused, quite ignoring her many mistakes, and looking as if he did indeed love to teach. Descendants of John Moore Generation No. 1 1 MOORE. This book was fictional about a place where people could worship as they pleased.

Cresacre More, also had a son Thomas More, Esq. of Hartfordshire, who married Mary Brooke, daughter of Sir Basil Brooke of Shropshire. A branch of Brookes (see family ancestor chart 29), among whom.

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of Sir Edmund Brudenell, who died The children of the first marriage were: Sir John, of whom presently. Henry, who was ancestor of Sir Victor Alexander Brooke, Bart.

Sir John Brooke (Will dated ): son of Sir. For most of the Second World War, General Sir Alan Brooke (), later Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, was Britain's Chief of the Imperial General Staff (CIGS) and Winston Churchill's principal military adviser, and antagonist, in the inner councils of war.

He is commonly considered the greatest CIGS in the history of the British Army. His diaries--published here for the first time in. Thomas More V was born at Leyton in Married Mary Brooke in June Mary was the daughter of Sir Basil Brooke of Madeley Court, Madeley, Shropshire and his wife Etheldreda Brudenell.

Thomas More V died at Goodman‟s Fields, Whitechapel on 12th January Where he is buried is not known. Among ancient records, there are mentioned Richard atte-Brook, vicar of Horseford,and Martha Brookes, to whom a marriage license was issued in The Brookes of County Suffolk, England, were descended from William de la Brooke, owner of the Manor of.

Get this from a library. A copie of certaine letters, which manifest the designe of the late discovered plot: First, His Majesties letter to the City of London.

Secondly, the Lord Digbies letter to Sir Bazill Brooke. Lastly, other intercepted letters touching the same businesse, with the six propositions of the City to His Majesty. [Charles, King of England; Kenelm Digby; England and Wales. His descendants established themselves in Fermanagh, an Anglo-Irish family there with a long military tradition culminating with Alan Brooke, Viscount Alanbrooke, the British Chief of General Staff during World War Two.

His nephew Sir Basil Brooke was Prime Minister of Northern Ireland from to America. Brooks but not Brooke travelled. There is a connection between the Brooke family and the More family, but that is through Mary Brooke (), the daughter of Sir Basil Brooke (), the grandson of Robert Brooke and Elizabeth Waring via their son John.

Mary Brooke married Thomas More (), and they had nine children. Regarding Thomas More III. Get this from a library. A Copie of certaine letters which manifest and designe of the late discovered plot: first His Majesties letter to the city of London, secondly the Lord Digbies letter to Sir Bazill Brooke, lastly other intercepted letters touching the same businesse.

[Charles, King of England; Kenelm Digby, Sir; England and Wales. The Life of Sir Basil Brooke, Bart., the First Viscount Brookeborough S. R Logan (author) Published by The Book Guild LtdKibworth, Leicestershire ().

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