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Brooke

1. Alan Francis. See (1st Viscount) Alanbrooke
2. Sir James. 1803--68, British soldier; first rajah of Sarawak (1841--63)
3. Rupert (Chawner). 1887--1915, British lyric poet, noted for his idealistic war poetry, which made him a national hero
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From what I read about the Brooke family history, George Frederick appears to be related to the Armitage Bridge Brookes," said Robin.
Whether they will find any connection with Brookes who established another branch of the family in Canada remains to be seen.
He is survived by his children, Sharon Mathews and her husband Patrick of Sturbridge, MA, Scott Brookes and his wife Audrey of Haddam, Shelley Brookes of Haddam, and Stuart Brookes and his wife Shelley of Haddam; his brother, Duane W.
Brookes elaborates on the Hawaiian guitar "craze" that swept the nation in the early 1900s, the guitar's use in country music, the advent of the electric guitar and much more.
However informative, Brookes has not written a textbook, which may be good or bad.
Just as Raines squeezes the trigger, Brookes backs away from the ball to check the wind in the trees.
Brookes was convicted by a 10-2 majority at the Old Bailey in July 1996 for the frenzied stabbing and strangling of 16-year-old Ms Siddons, on April 3, 1978, near the Trent and Mersey canal, Derby.
James and Sheila Brookes of Santa Clarita celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on April 3 with a family gathering for 60 at Marie Callender's restaurant in Santa Clarita.
In 1964, the Brookes moved to Burbank and in 1986 to Santa Clarita.
Brookes, part of United Kingdom foods group Brookes Avana, is implementing Prescient's Advanced Planning and Scheduling software at their flagship Rogerstone factory.
13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bank of the West and Brooke Savings Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Brooke Corporation , today announced a definitive agreement for Brooke Savings Bank to purchase approximately $8 million in loans and $103 million in deposits.
The Collection, which covers the years 1841-1971, is associated primarily with the following members of the Brooke family:

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