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  2. William Brickell - Wikipedia

    William Barnwell Brickell, son of William and Mary Brickell, co-founders of Miami, Florida. William Brickell (May 22, 1817 (?) – January 14, 1908) joined Julia Tuttle as a co-founder of Miami, Florida. During the Civil War, Brickell and his wife Mary, whom he met and married in Australia, lived in the White House while he worked as an aide to ...

  3. Ingraham Expedition: William Brickell - University of Florida

    William Barnwell Brickell was a businessman who purchased over 600 acres in Miami in 1870. Two decades earlier he had met and married Mary Bulmer in Australia and in 1854 moved to Cleveland, Ohio. The Brickell family moved, along with the Ephraim Sturtevant family, to Biscayne Bay in the early 1870s and established their homestead at the mouth ...

  4. Who were William and Mary Brickell? - The New Tropic

    Very little was known about William and Mary Brickell, two of the founders of Miami and Fort Lauderdale, before actress and filmmaker Beth Brickell came here for a film shoot in 1967. Seeing her last name plastered all over the city piqued her curiosity.

  5. History of Miami - Wikipedia

    William Brickell had previously lived in Cleveland, Ohio, California, and Australia, where he met his wife, Mary. In 1870, Brickell bought land on the south bank of the river. The Brickells and their children operated a trading post and post office on their property for the rest of the 19th century. [19] [20]

  6. William Brickell III Residence in 1958 - Miami History Blog

    Cover: Former William Brickell III residence at 631 Brickell Avenue in 1958. Posted By: Casey Piket February 27, 2022 By the mid-1950s, a lot of the fine residences lining Brickell Avenue had begun to disappear in the name of progress.

  7. William “Butch” Brickell (1957-2003) - Find a Grave Memorial

    Actor and Stuntman. Brickell who sometimes worked under the name of 'Butch' Bricknell did work in the films, 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003), The Crew (2000), Two Much (1996), Fair Game (1995), Bad Boys (1995), and TheSpecialist (1994). Also an actor he appeared in the films, Mr. Nanny (1993), and Extralarge: Black And White...

  8. Who Was William Brickell? |

    R E S T I V O – H E C H T M A N T E A M. William Brickell is co-founder of the city of Miami, along with Julia Tuttle. He moved to South Florida from Cleveland, Ohio in 1871, where his family opened a trading post and post office on the south bank of the Miami River.

  9. Remembering Mary Brickell - Miami History Blog

    Mary Bulmer was born in Yorkshire, England on February 20, 1836. She met her husband, William Brickell, in Australia. The Brickells had eight children: five girls and three boys. In 1871, the family moved to the area that would later incorporate as the City of Miami.

  10. William Brickell Obituary (2003) - Miami, FL - the Miami Herald

    BRICKELL, WILLIAM O. "BUTCH", the beloved son of Marge and the late, William B. Brickell, passed away on October 13, 2003. He is the great-great grandson of Miami pioneers Mary and William...

  11. William Brickel - Bio & Shows on Artsy

    Bio. Elongated figures in theatrical poses fill the frames of William Brickel’s paintings, which are drawn entirely from the artist’s imagination and memory. Despite having studied Fine Art Photography at Camberwell College of Arts, Brickel forgoes any …. See all past shows and fair booths.