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Brooke

(bruk),
Henry A.G., English dermatologist, 1854-1919. See: Brooke tumor.

Brooke

(bruk),
Bryan N., 20th-century British surgeon. See: Brooke ileostomy.
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ROBIN Brooke of Ontario is trying to establish a link between her ancestors and those of Mark Brooke, director of the Brooke's Mill Office Park in Armitage Bridge.
Founding father was Roger Brooke of Holme, born in 1503, who acquired land for a 'new mill' in Wooldale in 1541 and took the lease of Cartworth Mill two years later.
When the woollen industry hit hard times, brothers Mark and Massimo Brooke were instrumental in turning the mill into industrial units and forming a heritage business park in 1994.
Besides being a player and lover of the guitar, Brookes is a commentator for National Public Radio.
The Brookes have 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Brookes has been a food manufacturer since the late 1950's, earning a reputation for making top quality pies from a public house in Warwickshire, England.
Brookes needs to find ways of cutting internal costs and leveraging their IT investments in a way that allows them to extract maximum value from their supply chain systems.
A relationship with Brooke Savings Bank provides bank agents an affiliation with an organization whose growth plans are focused almost entirely on agent banking," said Gary Baugh, president and chief executive officer of Brooke Savings Bank.
This portfolio is a better fit for agent-focused Brooke Savings Bank, and we know that these customers will be well served.
Brooke Savings Bank conducts its operations through commissioned agents who have contracted with the bank to refer deposit and loan customers.
Bertram Brooke, Tuan Muda, brother of the Third Rajah (1876-1965)
Anthony (Peter) Brooke, Rajah Muda, son of Bertram Brooke (1912-)

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