NameElizabeth BRETELL , 9G Grandmother
Birth1614
Baptism21 Dec 1614, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Death1689
Burial28 Sep 1689, St. Mary’s Church, Kingswinford
FatherRichard BRETELL (-~1653)
MotherIsabel SOUTHWICK (->1649)
Spouses
1George BAGUE , 9G Grandfather
Death1670
Marriage5 Nov 1645, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
ChildrenJeremiah (~1649-)
 Hannah (~1652-1712)
Notes for Elizabeth BRETELL
Burial date and location from John Baker.
Notes for George (Spouse 1)
of Brettell, Parish.

From Collections of a history of Staffordshire volume 5, part 2, by Staffordshire Record Society. 1885
Gload de Bague of Lorraine in France married Sarah, da. of Turner of the Isle of Purbeck.
Son George Bague of Bretell in the parish of Swinford Regis, co, Stafford married Elizabeth, da. to Richard Bretell of Amblecott, co, Stafford. Elizabeth was da. of Richard and Isabel Bretell, and was bapt. at Kingwinsford 21 Dec. 1614. She was married to George Bague 5 Nov. 1645. The will of her father, Richard Bretell of Bretell (who describes himself as “very aged”) is dated 6 March 1649, and was proved in London by Isabel his relict and executrix 1 July 1653.

From John Baker
Will dated April 7, 1670, proven November 2, 1670 thus clearly he died between those dates.
The Internet tells us that the World famous Brierley Hill Glass was founded by his son Jeremiah. However, I suspect that it may have been George. Certainly he was a wealthy man and he left most of his effects, including glassworks, to Jeremiah.
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