'Bray' can also refer to...

Anna Eliza Bray (1790—1883) novelist and writer

Bray, father and son

Bray, Madeline


Caroline Bray (1814—1905) children's writer

Charles Bray (1811—1884) freethinker and social reformer

Edward Atkyns Bray (1778—1857) poet and writer

Freddie I. Bray

Guido de Bray (1522—1567)

Henry Bray (c. 1243—1312) administrator

Jan de Bray (b. c. 1627)

Jeremy William Bray (1930—2002) mathematician and politician

J.J. Bray (b. 1912)

John Bray (c. 1362—1381) physician and botanist

John Francis Bray (1809—1897) socialist and writer

Molly S. Bray

Sir Reginald More Bray (1842—1923) judge

Sir Reynold Bray (c. 1440—1503) administrator

Thomas Bray (1656—1730) Church of England clergyman

Thomas Bray (1749—1820) Roman Catholic archbishop of Cashel and Emly

Vicar of Bray

Vicar of Bray

William Bray (1736—1832) antiquary

William Bray (1603—1643) Church of England clergyman

(William) John Bray (1911—2004) telecommunications engineer

William Trewartha Bray (1794—1868) Methodist Bible Christian preacher


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Literature


Quick Reference


Busy town and seaside resort 13 m. SE of Dublin off the M11. James Joyce's family home from 1888 to 1891 was 1 Martello Ter., next to a disused ...

Subjects: Literature.

Reference entries