B1 John Bramwell, Tenant-Farmer of Warrens at Wood- Plumpton,
See Waller Ancestors, Warrens
m 1657 Cromwellian Marriage to Mary Aumbic
B2 George Bramwell,
B3 John Bramwell, Elswick nr Preston
B4 George Bramwell, Yeoman of Elswick
B5 Rev William Bramwell
disowned by father until mother died because he became a Wesleyan Methodist. His 10th child Hilda Bramwell married Barras Ramsey Reed in 1889.
m Ellen Byrom
B6 William Bramwell, Surgeon of N. Shields
B7 John Byrom Branwell MD JP North Shields
m2 1855 Hughina Margaret Fairlie Nicolson [b. 1831 Old Machar, Aberdeenshire dau of Thomas Nicolson and Hughina Nicolson born Anderson
Anderson Tartan, right to use goes down female line]
B8 Lilian Hope Bramwell
m 1899 8 Henry Edward Lambe
The Reeds of Northumberland were originally centered around the chief Reed residence at Troughend in Redesdale, on the banks of the River Rede.
These Reeds of Troughend were a very ancient family, as may be conjectured from their deriving their surname from the river on which they had their mansion. An epitaph on one of their tombs affirms that the family have held their lands of Troughend, which are situated on the Reed nearly opposite to Otterburn, for the incredible space of nine hundred years.
Anthony Reed, who might have been descended from the Reeds of Redesdale
d 1685 The Cragg, Aydon, Northumberland
Thomas Reed of The Cragg and Aydon White House, Aydon, Nr Corbridge, Northumberland
m 1706 Mary Cook dau of John Cook, Esq. of Aydon White House
John Reed, Attorney.
b 1742 The Cragg, Aydon, Northumberland
m 1770 Diana Watson
Stephen Reed, Attorney, Coroner for Northumberland
m 1st, 1819, Isabella, younger dau. of John Barras, Esq. of Field House, co. Durham
Charles John Reed
1848 enters uncle
John Barras' Brewery
1861 licenced to brew by Barras Trust
Barras Ramsey Reed
m 1889 Hilda Bramwell 10th child of B5