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Elizabeth Brune

Also Known As: "1/12/1633", "Bruin"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dorset, England, United Kingdom
Death: January 12, 1633 (57-65)
Deerhurst, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Henry Bruin and Elizabeth Brune
Wife of John Hall, of Bradford, Esq.
Mother of Brune Hall; Edward Hall; Elizabeth Cottrell; Sir Thomas Hall, of Bradford-on-Avon; Jane Hall and 7 others
Sister of Sir John Brune and Charles Brune

Managed by: Lucy Ellen Hall
Last Updated:

About Elizabeth Brune

Elizabeth Brune

  • b c1572
  • 1/12/1633
  • Father: Henry Brune
  • Mother: Elizabeth Martyn

MARRIED:

  1. c1592 Puddletown, Dorset to John Hall of Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts.

Children of ELIZABETH BRUNE and JOHN HALL are:

  1.                   ii.    BRUNE HALL, b. 1593.
  2.                  iii.    EDWARD HALL, b. 1598.
  3.                  iv.    THOMAS HALL, b. 1600.
  4.                   v.    JANE HALL, b. 1601.
  5.                  vi.    MARY HALL, b. 1604.
  6.                 i.    JOHN "ELISHA8" HALL, b. 1607, Bradford England; d. 1665, Newport, Rhode Island.
  7.                 vii.    DOROTHY HALL, b. 1608.
  8.                viii.    NICHOLAS HALL, b. 1609.
  9.                   ix.    ANNE HALL, b. 1612.
  10.                    x.    HENRY HALL, b. 1614.
  11.                   xi.    WILLIAM HALL, b. 1613.

notes

CONDENSED WILL OF JOHN HALL OF BRADFORD-ON-AVON

10 Oct 1630, I John Hall of Bradford in the countie of Wilks and diocese of Sarum, Esquire, do make this my last will and testament.  Item - Elizabeth Hall my wife lands at the Abbey house countie of Somerset, with furniture.  Daughter Elizabeth Cottrell the some of one hundred pounds, daughter Mary one hundred pounds paid to Christopher Baylie gentleman her husband, grandson John Baylie tenne pounds, unmarried daughters Jane, Dorothie and Anne nine hunderd pounds.  My two sons John and William the yearly some of fifteen pounds a piece, to double after wife's death. Executor Thomas Hall, my son and heir.  Overseers - John Brewin (Brune), Knight, William Eyre (Ayer), Esquire, my kinsman, and John Andry, Theophilus Clarke.  Witnesses: John Andry, Sr., Christopher Bayly (Bailey) and Charles Taylor.

About Bradford ....

For more than six centuries Bradford-on-Avon was a center of cloth weaving. During this time, most of the buildings along the hillside to the river were spinners and weavers cottages with the woolen mills lining the bank of the river Avon. By the mid sixteenth century the clothiers of Wiltshire, and the Hall’s in particular, became an important family in the cloth trade. This prosperity continued until a devastating outbreak of plague in 1609.  This outbreak coupled with Wiltshire’s unwillingness to change from the old white undyed broadcloth to the new lighter colored broadcloths, resulted in a sharp and immediate decline in the manufacturing of broadcloth in Wiltshire.  This decline, and the rise of religious unrest led many Wiltshire’s residents down a path leading to America.        


Citations

  1. Burke's History of the Commoners of Great Britain & Ireland, Publication: 1836, Vols. I - IV
  2. Visitation of the County of Dorset, 1677

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Elizabeth Brune's Timeline

1572
1572
Dorset, England, United Kingdom
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1593
Age 21
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Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England
1598
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Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England
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Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England
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Age 36