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
|"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)
|Thomas||le||Brounesmyth||1296||Reaney & Wilson (p. 69 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|William||Brounsmyth||1327||Reaney & Wilson (p. 69 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|William||Brownsmyth||1 Edw. III [1327-1328]||Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|Willelmus||Bronesmyth||1379||Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|Simon||Bronsmyth||1379||Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|Rallyn||Bronsmyth||of Midelham||1447||Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|William||Brownsmith||, rector of Stiffkey||1559||Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)|
|William||Brownsmith||1581||Bardsley (p. 140 s.n. Brownsmith)|
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