Bray

Bray, a Berkshire village, famous for Simon Aleyn, its vicar from 1540 to 1588, who, to retain his living, never scrupled to change his principles; he lived in the reigns of Charles II., James II., William III., Queen Anne, and George I.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Braxy * Brazen Age
Brangtons, The
Brant, Joseph
Brantôme, Pierre de Bourdeilles
Brasidas
Brass, Sampson
Brasses
Brassey, Thomas
Braun, Auguste Emil
Bravest of the Brave
Braxy
Bray
Brazen Age
Brazil
Brazil-wood
Brazza
Brazza, Pierre Savorgnan de
Breadfruit-tree
Bréal, Michel
Brèche-de-Roland
Brechin
Breda

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Bray in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Bacon, Sir Nicholas
Berkeley, George, Ll.D. Prebendary Of Canter­Bury
Blair, James, M. A.
Bray, Sir Reginald
Bray, Thomas
Burton, John
Caldwell, Andrew
Faringdon, Anthony
Hearne, Thomas
King, John [1652–1732]
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