Breeden / Braden / Bredin / Breadon
The name Breeden in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic O'Bradain sept that was located in Counties Leitrim, Tyrone and Fermanagh. This name and its variants of Braden, Bredin and Breadon were also brought into the country by settlers from England and Scotland.
Origen: Normado. First found in Worcestershire where they were granted lands by King William and Queen Mary about the year 1500.
Variantes: Bredon, Breedon, Breedin, Bredin, Breeden y otros.