Beau Brummell

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English dandy who was a fashion leader during the Regency (1778-1840)

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Together, Hanse, Mossy Oak, the George Bryan family and 76 founding members are creating a new premier golf destination experience that will be known as Nature's Golf, a sustainable and mindful approach to course development that leaves a gentle footprint on the local habitat while delivering a world-class golf experience.
George Bryan and wife Vera bought the derelict Peel Estate for PS12,000 in October 1949 and turned it into one of the UK's biggest tourist attractions
Waverley president George Bryan, who has a shrine to the home of golf a room at his club, said: "Once we saw the St Andrews painting, we felt it had a home in Mississippi.
One was 'Jurgenn Brienn', who has to be George Bryan.
Additionally, Directors George Bryan, Calvin Germroth and Herman Mason also retired.
Office Depot is committed to providing our customers with best-in-class service in everything we do," said George Bryan, Vice President of Financial Services for Office Depot.
It's hard to imagine that when George Bryan OBE and his wife Vera, first arrived at Drayton Manor in October 1949 with their 15-month-old son Colin, there was nothing but 4ft high brambles, mounds of rubbish and old army huts.
Anew 85-bedroom hotel is in the pipeline at Drayton Manor Park to meet rising demand for overnight stays - and will be named after site founder George Bryan.
Some remarkable shots of life at Drayton Manor over the years, including the Snake Train (above), clearing the desolate site before the opening (centre), a general view of the park in 1950 (top), the current Thomas attraction, George Bryan with his family by the park sign, and George with Miss Great Britain in 1964.
Dance, who is a good friend of Harrell's brother-in-law, George Bryan, co-designed the lake with Mississippi State University biologist Marty Brunson.
George Bryan "Beau" Brummell was born in June 1778 to a government clerk and was sent to Eton when he was seven.
WITH a handful of pedal cars and rowing boats and just three rides, George Bryan set out on a crusade to lift the post war gloom.
FUNERAL arrangements have been announced for George Bryan OBE, the founder of leading UK tourist attraction Drayton Manor Park, near Tamworth.
It was founded in 1949 by George Bryan as an Inland Pleasure Resort with the motto of 'Family Run for Family Fun'.