Recent research shows that the family name Bradburn has been established in Europe for over 1000 years. Bradburn is a middle British occupational name. First documented evidence of the surname dates to the county of Surrey in 1269. In the seventeenth century a considerable group of settlers known as Bradburn's migrated to the British colonies in Australia.
Bradburn is the 2089th most common surname in Great Britain. In the UK alone there are 23187 people with the surname Bradburn. A tarnished history is clear, especially around the winter of 1913 when Greg Bradburn stole a necklace and was sentenced to prison.
Lively and friendly is how previous generations of the Bradburn family can be described. The Bradburns are conscientious, inteligent and contradictory due to their historical linkage with the planet Saturn. It is often seen for members of this family to avoid a possible romantic situation, quite often over analysing the potential. 32
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There are a number of famous Bradburn's including:-