The Brocas family of Beaurepaire in Hampshire were Masters of the Royal Buckhounds.
Brocas family deeds, principally concerning property in Berkshire and Hampshire but also relating to property in Buckinghamshire, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Suffolk, Wiltshire and Yorkshire. Members of the family mentioned in the deeds include Bernard Brocas (d. 1400), Johanna Brocas (d 1429), Prudence Brocas (1617-61, her will), William Brocas (d. 1456), and Sir James Whalley S. Gardiner (1788-1851).
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Estate Papers of the Brocas Family (MSS. Rolls Hants. 25-34, 36-41, 43).Publication Note
See Montagu Burrows The family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and Roche court (1886); the volume includes a family tree (14th-19th century), biographical information on the family and transcripts of the deeds.
Deeds | England
Brocas | Bernard | d 1400 | of Beaurepaire
Brocas | Johanna | d 1429
Brocas | Prudence | 1617-1661
Brocas | William | d 1456 | of Beaurepaire, MP, and Sherriff of Hampshire
Gardiner | Sir | James Whalley S. | 1788-1851 | 3rd Baronet of Roche Court, Tackley and Cuddeson
Brocas | family | Beaurepaire
Gardiner | family | baronets | Roche Court
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