Brearley is a surname that may refer to:

  • Alex Brearley (1913–2001), British Olympic canoer
  • David Brearley (1745–1790), delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention.
  • Giles Brearley (b. 1955), South Yorkshire local historian
  • Harry Brearley (1871–1949), British chemist who invented stainless steel
  • Herman Brearley (d. 1940), English cathedral organist
  • Horace Brearley (1913–2007), father of Mike
  • John Brearley (1875–??), English soccer player
  • Mike Brearley (b. 1942), Middlesex and England cricketer, one of the most successful cricket captains of all time
  • Norman Brearley (1890–1989), Australian aviation pioneer
  • Roger Brearley (1586–1637), English clergyman
  • Walter Brearley (1876–1937), Lancashire fast bowler

It may also refer to:

  • The Brearley School, a K-12 independent school for girls in New York City
  • David Brearley High School, Kenilworth, New Jersey
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Other articles related to "brearley":

Mike Brearley - International Cricket
... which limited his cricketing activity in 1969 and 1970, Brearley was not selected for England until the age of 34 in 1976 ... Brearley's record in Test cricket as a batsman was mediocre (he averaged 22.88 in 39 Test innings, without a Test century), but he was an outstanding captain ... Brearley was captain during the infamous aluminium bat incident in 1979, when he objected to Dennis Lillee's use of the bat, instead of one made of willow ...
Brearley School
... The Brearley School is an all-girls private school in New York City ... Brearley is a member of the New York Interschool Association ...
John Brearley - Prisoner in Germany
... Brearley subsequently worked as a coach at Viktoria 89 Berlin in Germany ... Brearley was one of several former professional footballers at Ruhleben ... On May 2, 1915 an England XI featuring Brearley, Pentland, Wolstenholme and Bloomer played a World XI captained by Cameron ...
Horace Brearley
... Horace Brearley (26 June 1913 – 14 August 2007) was an English cricketer and schoolmaster ... Born in Heckmondwike, Yorkshire, England, Brearley represented Yorkshire for a solitary County Championship appearance as a right-handed batsman in 1937 ... His son, Mike Brearley, captained both Middlesex and England at cricket ...