Welcome to the network of Bramhill Family Websites. We hope you will enjoy learning about our family's history as we document it on these websites. Check regularly for updates to the new information we have gathered.
Bramhill descendants are found in England, Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong, Belize, Canada and the United States. We have gathered a large Family History and Family Tree back to the mid-1600s. We need to keep the communication lines of our far-flung family in tack. If you would be willing to add your name to our email directory please link to the Bramhill Email Address Book and follow the instructions on sending us the appropriate information.
We have a website dedicated to the Liverpool Bramhills at www.bramhill.net. The Liverpool site is hosted by Will Bramhill. If you are of Bramhill descent living in the Liverpool area visit his site and work with him to see how you fit in the overall family.
The Reunion took place on August 9, 2003 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. We wish you could have been there. It was a very special time meeting cousins for the first time. There were 52 Bramhills gathered together to meet each other and celebrate our family's history. Epworth was the perfect location. Peter and John have been putting this report together from the pictures and video gathered during the event. Click on this link to see the report we have assembled for you. Reunion 2003.
Here are links to Chapters of our History and other Websites that may interest you. You can also use search engines like google to find references to some of your relatives.
Some Major Family Lines
Reunion 2000 Photo Album
In July 9, 2000 we held the first-ever Bramhill Reunion in the Town of Palmerston near the homestead of George and Ann Bramhill. We have included a Photo Album about the Reunion. Have a look. You'll enjoy seeing all your cousins who attended that Reunion.
Bed and Breakfast Bramhill
If you are traveling in or to England you may want to stay in a Bed and Breakfast. There are two B&Bs owned and operated by Bramhills. It would be a great way to see the beautiful countryside as well as meet some of your cousins. Click here to see more details on their B&Bs.
If you would like to research or help us document our Bramhill Family history, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The words at the bottom of the family crest
translate to "By Thy Blood O Christ".
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Updated - March 10, 2010