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A guide to Broket

Welcome to data on the surname Broket
and its variants, like Brocket and Brockett
from Britain 1207-1906.

     Discover some of the people called by
     the name
up and down the country and
     the centuries.

Right hand half of a Chancery Bill in Anglo-Norman French submitted by Thomas Broket the younger c 1420 (PRO C1/5 parchment)

Olde Worlde English is full of surprises. There's
lots here, faithfully reproduced in its original quaint spelling.

What's new? The Archive is growing.

Medieval Latin
is here too, with translations.

Note: Round brackets contain references, so if you're not interested in references, let your eye run from the ( along to the ) and continue reading.