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101 Brakenbury Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Robert Shallow, a country justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and his father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge. 'King Richard III' Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower. M
102 Brantley English Proud. M
103 Brantley Teutonic Firebrand. M
104 Brawley English From the hillslope meadow. M
105 Brentley Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent. M
106 Brentley English Hilltop. Variant of Brent. M
107 Brently Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent. M
108 Brently English Hilltop. Variant of Brent. M
109 Bridgeley English Variant of Bridgely: From the meadow near the bridge. M

110 Bridgely English From the meadow near the bridge. M
111 Brindley English Variant of Brinley: Burnt wood. M
112 Brinley English Burnt wood. M
113 Brinly English Variant of Brinley: Burnt wood. M
114 Brlety Czechoslovakian Searcher. M
115 Brockley English From the badger meadow. M
116 Brocly English From the badger meadow. M
117 Broddy Scottish Diminutive of Broderick: Brother. M
118 Brodey Scottish Variant of Brody: Second son. M
119 Brodny Slavic Person dwelling near a stream. M
120 Brody Irish From the muddy place. Surname. M