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(ˈbrɛk nəkˌʃɪər, -ʃər, -nɒk-)

a historic county in S Wales, now part of Powys, Gwent, and Mid Glamorgan.
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For more information call Eifion or Jane on 01874 676 221 And as a bonus, just down the road from Eifion's is The Star Inn which has won CAMRA'S Best Pub in Brecknockshire for seven years in a row.
His grandfather, Neil Clyde, was a deckhand on the Lusitania, while his son Archibald - Mr Clyde's father - was also a merchant seaman, spending time in a German PoW camp after his ship, the SS Brecknockshire, was captured by a German raider in 1917.
Clockwise, from above, an Ordnance Survey map of Cardiff from 1880; Glamorgan Shyre, as depicted by John Speede in 1610; part of Brecknockshire from the mid-1600s; Caerphilly in the 1830s; Cardiff from an 1880 Ordnance Survey map
Certainly, the beer monsters at Camra like it and it's currently Brecknockshire Pub of the Year for the fourth year running.
DerekTheWeather: The wettest county in Wales in April was Brecknockshire with 198.
The poets Henry Vaughan of Brecknockshire, and William Drummond of Hawthornden, who receive sustained critique in later chapters, exemplify here the latter displacement.
It must be costing them a fortune," says Glenis, of Builth Wells, Brecknockshire in Wales.
The monuments in Brecknockshire have wide-ranging views of the Black Mountains and the monuments of north Wales are frequently located with sweeping views of Snowdonia.
The next two earthquakes (of AD 132 and 204) swallowed up men and cattle in the west of Scotland and another city in Brecknockshire.
One is on the top of a hill in Brecknockshire, not far from the main castle of Brecon.
The Buildings of Wales Robert Scourfield and Richard Haslam | Yale University Press, PS35 This text covers the Powys counties of Montgomeryshire, Radnorshire and Brecknockshire.
He is buried in the churchyard of St Michael's, Cathedine, Bwlch, Brecknockshire where he had a home.