CC Ādi 12.82

bhūgarbha gosāñi, āra bhāgavata-dāsa
yei dui āsi’ kaila vṛndāvane vāsa
Word for word: 
bhūgarbha gosāñi — Bhūgarbha Gosāñi; āra — and; bhāgavata-dāsa — Bhāgavata dāsa; yei dui — both of them; āsi’ — coming; kaila — did; vṛndāvane vāsa — residing in Vṛndāvana.
Translation: 
The eleventh branch of Gadādhara Gosvāmī was Bhūgarbha Gosāñi, and the twelfth was Bhāgavata dāsa. Both of them went to Vṛndāvana and resided there for life.
Purport: 

Bhūgarbha Gosāñi, formerly known as Prema-mañjarī, was a great friend of Lokanātha Gosvāmī, who constructed the temple of Gokulānanda, one of the seven important temples of Vṛndāvana — namely those of Govinda, Gopīnātha, Madana-mohana, Rādhāramaṇa, Śyāmasundara, Rādhā-Dāmodara and Gokulānanda — which are authorized institutions of Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇavas.