Brudenell


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Brudenell

James Thomas. See (7th Earl of) Cardigan
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Plus if you eat at the Seafood & Grill, the Brudenell's AA tworosette restaurant, you can see the sea from every single table.
Brudenell lost control at a junction and crashed into a 92-year-old woman's flat, causing PS19,500 damage.
In October 1783, the following Letter was sent to Governor John Parr of Nova Scotia from Edward Brudenell in New York, that has been transcribed as follows (3):
Former property tycoon Brudenell went bankrupt in 2009 but he kept up his lavish lifestyle by getting four women to stump up PS66,000 for sham investments.
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.
To book, call the Brudenell on 01728 452071, www.brudenellhotel.co.uk (quoting Platinum Pillow), sea-view rooms are available at a supplement and dogs are welcome.
During the First World War, part of the Brudenell was a refugee house for 100 children evacuated from Belgium.
The Guinness World Records have confirmed that they know of no other group born to same parents with such a higher combined age similar to the siblings of the Brudenell family, who grew up in a small terrace house in Middlesbrough, the Daily Express reported.
They said the Cardigan Area Heritage Association Inc., the Village of Cardigan and the Community of Brudenell will also secure the funds.
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.