A Survey of English Bynames: Brownsmith

by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien)

© 2002-2012 by Kathleen M. O'Brien. All rights reserved.
Version 1.4, updated 29 May 2013


Brownsmith
"OE brūn and smið 'brown smith', 'a worker in copper and brass'." (Reaney & Wilson, p. 69 s.n. Brownsmith)
"Occup. 'the brownsmith,' a worker in copper and brass" (Bardsley, p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)
 
NameAdditional DescriptionDateSource
ThomasleBrounesmyth 1296Reaney & Wilson (p. 69 s.n. Brownsmith)
William Brounsmyth 1327Reaney & Wilson (p. 69 s.n. Brownsmith)
William Brownsmyth 1 Edw. III [1327-1328]Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)
Willelmus Bronesmyth 1379Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)
Simon Bronsmyth 1379Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)
Rallyn Bronsmythof Midelham1447Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)
William Brownsmith, rector of Stiffkey1559Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)
William Brownsmith 1581Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)


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