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Bringhurst family (John Bringhurst, 1691-1750), Clarkson family (Matthew Clarkson, d. 1702), De Peyster family (Johannes De Peyster, d. ca. 1686), Boude family (Grimstone Boude, d. 1716). Philadelphia, Printed for private circulation by .
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Bringhurst is one of the ancient Leicestershire villages not recorded in the Domesday Book (1086); however . Leach, Josiah Granville (1901). History of the Bringhurst Family: With Notes on the Clarkson, DePeyster, and Boude Families.
Bringhurst is one of the ancient Leicestershire villages not recorded in the Domesday Book (1086); however information about it is included in the entry for Great Easton indicating that Great Easton had acquired more importance than the older village on the hill-top. By the 13th century most villages in the county were growing in population but Bringhurst, being badly sited, probably was no. .The village church of St Nicholas is 13th century in date. "Bringhurst Family Crest". "Ofsted Report" (PDF).