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David Ray Brooke White

Brooke died on March 2, 2011, at the age of 98, at his home in Wanganui. [8] His death occurred on the anniversary of the deaths of two of the four members of the Sarawak Anti-Cession Movement, Rosli Dhoby and Awang Ramli Amit, who were hanged at Kuching Central Prison on March 2, 1950, and the other two, Bujang Suntong and Morshidi Sidek, on March 27, 1950. Brooke's ashes would be buried on September 21, 2013, at the Brooke Family Graveyard near Fort Marguerita in Sarawak, according to the Brooke Heritage Trust. [9] Brooke's ashes were buried near Fort Marguerita on that date, in a private ceremony attended by Brooke's wife Gita, grandson Jason Brooke, British Deputy High Commissioner Ray Kyles, and New Zealand High Commissioner David Pine. [10] [edit] References

Brooke White Bio | WikiBrooke White is an American actress, singer, and songwriter. She primarily performs folk-pop and indie pop music. Since 2009, she has been a member of June Baby Records and is half of the duo Jack and White. Brooke also released an album called High Hopes & Heartbreak in July 2009.

UPDATE: A hearty congratulations is in order! Brooke White welcomed her second child on Sunday afternoon. "Sunday greetings!! Look who has finally had a child! We are delighted to introduce you to Sonny John Ray, our not-so-little man. He was born yesterday, 9/3/16, at 7:08 p.m., weighing 9lbs 9oz and measuring 22 inches! "She posted from the hospital on Instagram. "He's alert and amazing, and he's already making us laugh. We are completely smitten with our butterball! I'm excited for him to meet his big sister. I'm so grateful! More information on his birth will follow, but first I need to feed a hungry child!"

London, White and Ray's eldest child, was born on May 24, 2012. White revealed in an Instagram post just a few days before Sonny's birth that London told her she wasn't ready for a sibling yet. She woke up this morning and said she wasn't ready to be a big sister yet, so we kept her home from school and took her to the farm to ride the cow train (I rode it too!) and pick tomatoes, and out for breakfast for a Mickey Mouse pancake and some quality time amongst the chaos, White wrote alongside an adorable photo of London. It was a wise decision that benefited all of us.

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