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Brudenell

James Thomas. See (7th Earl of) Cardigan
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Mr Brudenell added: "The new high voltage network will be 'state of the art' with a lifespan in excess of 40 years, giving us significant power security for future needs and making for more efficient production.
THE DEAL: One night at the Brudenell Hotel costs from PS220 for two sharing an Aldeburgh room including Suffolk breakfast, dinner (PS32pp
Mr Brudenell said the man looked after the child when the woman was working and paid more than PS80,000 in maintenance over the following few years.
During the First World War, part of the Brudenell was a refugee house for 100 children evacuated from Belgium.
The five brothers and six sisters include Robert Brudenell, 68, John Brudenell, 69, Jean Ewart, 71, Marion Campbell, 74, James Brudenell, 76, Vincent Brudenell, 78, May Clarkson, 79, Mary Tipping, 80, Winifred Devine, 83, William Brudenell, 88, and Bernadette Lowrie, 89.
Brudenell Hotel, Aldeburgh| CHILDREN aged up to 12 years sharing their parents' room can stay B&B for free during the spring half-term, May 24-June 1, at the Brudenell Hotel overlooking Suffolk's heritage coast at Aldeburgh.
Our hotel was the four star Brudenell, where our large beach-view room was cheerfully decorated in seaside blues and reds.
Charles watched the show with his two god-children, Princess Maria Olympia of Greece, 14, and Rowan Brudenell, 10.
A Yorkshire businessman, Guy Brudenell, 38, had proposed the jump after meeting Sentamu at a charity dinner, and was surprised when the archbishop quickly agreed.
Brudenell, is nonetheless on comfortable terms with the Duttons and evidently connected to their family by marriage.
Sir Robert Brudenell (1461-1531), a shrewd Tudor lawyer, made himself a fortune and bought Deene and its medieval manor house in 1514.
Cheltenham's Sophia Brudenell said: "Patrick is a regular racing photographer and was where we'd expect him to be, standing at the second-last.