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FERRAND, OF ST. IVES.

FERRAND, SARAH, of St. Ives, in the county of York, m. Currer Fothergill Bus

feild, esq. of Cottingley Bridge, B.A. of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, youngest son of Johnson Atkinson Busfeild, esq. of Myrtle Grove, (see p. 702,) and by him, who died 30th June, 1832, aged fifty-five, has had issue,

WILLIAM BUSFeILD, of Myrtle Grove, in the commission

of the peace for Yorkshire, m. Sarah, daughter of J. Priestley, esq. captain in the army, and by her, who died in 1832, had issue,

William.

Sarah-Harriette.
Walker Busfeild.
Currer Busfeild.
Johnson-Atkinson Busfeild, of Bradford, who m. Mary-

Elizabeth, daughter of John Priestley, esq.
Benjamin-Ferrand Busfeild.
Jane-Ferrand Busfeild, d. unm. in 1824.
Sarah-Dale Busfeild, d. unm. in 1825.
Katharine-Maria Busfeild, m. to Charles Priestley, esq.
Elizabeth-Octavia Busfeild-Ferrand.
Caroline Busfeild-Ferrand.

Emily-Lucinda Busfeild-Ferrand. This lady, after the decease of her husband, Mr. Busfeild, assumed by sign manual, in 1837, her paternal name and arms of FERRAND only, in compliance with the testamentary injunction of her relative, Benjamin Ferrand, esq. on succeeding (by the death of her brother, the late Edward Ferrand, esq. without male issue,) to the valuable estates of St. Ives, Harden Grange, Cottingley House, Ryshworth Hall, &c. Her three unmarried daughters took, at the same time, the name of Ferrand, in addition to that of Busfeild.

Lineage.

The family of Ferrant or Ferrand, of All you that read this writing apparent
Norman extraction, appears to have come

Give thanks to God for Richard Ferrant, into England under the protection of the

Wbiche in his lyfe wrought faythfully, ancient Earl of Albermarle, and held for

And dyed also right Chrystyanly. many centuries the important office of war

Hee had 12 Chyldren withe Joane his wife

Which are 7 sonnes and daughters five. den of Skipton Castle. The representative Of London, he was as will appeare, of the senior branch in the 17th century, A free Citizen and drapere. EDMUND FERRAND, esq. of Carlton, married

Of Robert Ferrant, he was the Sonne, Mary, daughter of Thomas Wentworth, esq. Which at Skypton in Cravenge did wonne. bencher of Gray's Inn, and had two sons, Hys body is buried under this Stone, Thomas, killed at the battle of Preston, Hys Soule to rest with God ys gone. fighting for King Charles, and Edmund, The

yere

of Christe neither lesse nor more, who in conjunction with his father, sold the A thousand fyve hundred and three Score estate of Carlton in 1651, to Thomas Par

And also in the monthe of May kinson.

Hee dyed the five and twentyethe day. of the Skipton family, was

CHRISTOPHER FERRAND, of Bingley, in Richard FERRAND,citizen of London, who the county of York, descended from Richard lies interred in the minster of Beverley, Ferrand, the citizen of London, was father with this epitaph on a brass plate in the of nave :

RICHARD FERRAND, of Bingley, who died

about the year 1643, leaving by Margaret, 1600, m. 20th December, 1620, Mary his wife, daughter of Henry Atkinson, of Walters. Bolton, in Boland, Yorkshire,

1. Agnes, bapt. 9th March, 1579, m. to 1. George, of Bingley, bapt. there 5th John Bean, of Gilstead, Yorkshire. January, 1577, father of

11. Mary, bapt. 23rd March, 1581, m. Thomas, of Bingley, b. 25th March, to Samuel Holride, of Bingley.

1625, whose will bears date 9th III. Alice, bapt. 24th February, 1586, March, 1662. By Elizabeth, his m. to William Wiley, citizen and surwife, he had two sons, Stephen

geon of London. and Joshua. The elder,

IV. Anne, bapt. 5th January, 1594, m.
Stephen FERRAND, of Bing to William Crawshaw, of Wilsden,

ley, m. 18th February, 1672, Yorkshire.
Mary, daughter of Holings, The third son,
of Allerton, and by her, Robert FERRAND,

esq.

:of Harden Grange, who wedded, secondly, in the county of York, bapt. at Bingley, 6th Abraham Binns, of Rysh- November, 1597, entered his pedigree and worth, he left at his decease arms at the visitation of 1665.

Не т. in 1684, an only child. Anne, daughter of Thomas Newton, esq. of THOMAS FERRAND, M. A. of Daventry, in Northamptonshire, and by her,

Trinity College, Cambridge, who died in 1667, had issue,
and vicar of Bingley, bapt. 1. BENJAMIN, his heir.
there 9th June, 1680, who 1. Dorothy, m. to Ambrose Metcalfe,
m. 2nd June, 1705, Martha,

a merchant of Hull.
daughter of John Dobson, 11. Anne, m. first to Robert Milner,
gent. of the Vicarage, and esq. of Pudsey, in Yorkshire, and
dying in 1740, left issue,

secondly to Samuel Jenkinson, esq. John, M.A. vicar of Mes of Horbury, near Wakefield.

singham, in Lincoln- Robert Ferrand died in 1674, and was s. by
shire, bapt. at Bingley, his son,
5th November, 1706, m. BENJAMIN FERRAND, esq. of Harding
Mary, daughter and co- Beck, aged forty-one in 1665, who m. at
heir of Thomas Hatch- Bingley, 18th December, 1645, Martha,
ett,of Edwinstow,Notts, daughter of Edward Brokesbank, esq. of
and died in 1759, leav- Wilesden, and by her, who died in 1699,
ing a son, GERRARD- had issue,
Thomas, of Southwell, 1. Robert, his heir of Harden Grange,
who d. unm. 10th July, bapt. at Bingley, 9th December,
1779, aged twenty-se-

1647, a magistrate and deputy lieut.

for Yorkshire, m. first, Barbara, Thomas, fellow of Trinity daughter of Richard Bradgate, esq.

College, Cambridge, of Ullesthorp, in Leicestershire, and bapt. at Bingley, 21st secondly, in 1685, Anne, daughter of December, 1719, died Hugh Currer, esq. of Kildwick, and unm. 1741.

widow of William Busfeild, esq. of Benjamin, lieut. R.N. Leeds. By the latter, who died in

bapt. 30th November, 1712, he had one son, Robert, of 1713, killed at Porto Harden Grange, who d. unm. in 1742; Cavello, unm.

and by the former, who was buried at Stephen, of Blythe, Notts, Bingley, 4th April, 1685, he left at

bapt. 6th March, 1717, his decease in 1711, two sons and

d.unm.5th March,1788. two daughters, namely, Mary, died young.

1, BENJAMIN, of St. Ives, in the Sarah, bapt. at Bingley,

parish of Bingley, b.9th Septem15th August, 1720, m.

ber, 1676, capt. West Riding to John Siddal, gent.

militia, m. first in 1707, Ann, of Bingley

daughter of Henry Currer, esq. Anne, n. 1740, to the Rev.

of Kildwick, which lady died Joshua Waddington,

issueless in 1727, and secondly M.A. vicar of Harworth

in 1728, Sarah, daughter and and Walkingham, Notts.

co-heir of Thomas Dobson, esq. 11. EDMUND, of Bingley, bapt. 6th Au

of the Vicarage, near Bingley. gust, 1592, m. 14th August, 1620,

By the latter, who wedded seIsabel Wood.

condly, Gregory Rhodes, of Ri11. Robert, of whom presently.

pon, he left at his decease in iv. Stephen, of Harden, bapt. 8th June,

1731, on son,

ven.

of the peace.

service s.p.

BENJAMIN, of St. Ives, lord of son, esq. of Bierley, in the county of York,

the manors of Cottingley, and by her, who died in 1716, had issue, Oakworth, &c. in Yorkshire, RICHARDSON, of Harden a magistrate major of Sir George Seville's for the West Riding, bapt. at Bingley, battalion of militia for the 21st April, 1692, m. the 24th May, West Riding, one of the de 1728, Mary, daughter of William puty lieutenants and a justice Busfeild, esq. of Ryshworth, and died

He died unm. in 1745, leaving two surviving daugh20th October, 1803, aged

ters, seventy-five.

JANE, m. to Robert Stansfield, esq. 2. Bradgate, in holy orders, vicar

of Esholt, and d. s. p. in 1772. of Bradford, bapt. at Bingley,

Mary, m. first, in 1766, to Henry 8th May, 1682, d. unm.

Currer, esq. of Kildwick, and 1. Mary, m. to Thomas Roebuck,

secondly to Peter, son of Ralph esq. of Heath, near Wakefield.

Bell, esq. of Tbirsk, but died 2. Anne, m. to John Cockroft, esq.

without issue in 1771. of Bradford.

John, of whom presently. 11. EDWARD, of whom presently.

Jane, d. unm. III. David, major in the army, d. s. p. Edward Ferrand died in 1742, and was buin 1699,

ried at Bingley, 17th Dec. His younger iv. Samuel, in holy orders, rector of son,

Todwick and vicar of Rotherham, John FERRAND, esq. Stockton, bapt. at bapt. at Bingley, 24th February, Bingley 29th April, 1697, m. Maria Hew1664, m. first, in 1687, Miss Anne dick, daughter of an eminent merchant of Marsh, and secondly, Miss Dobson, Rotterdam, and by her, who died 1st July, but had issue only by the former, 1744, left at his decease in 1729, a son and viz. six sons,

heir, 1. Benjamin, in holy orders, died RICHARDSON FERRAND, esq. of Stockton, without surviving issue.

bapt. there 22nd November, 1723, who m. 2. Philip, who both d. in the sea 14th February, 1745, Anne, eldest daughter 3. James, S

of the Rev. George Walker, of Stockton, 4. Robert, died young.

and by that latiy, who died in 1771, had 5. Edward, of London, who m. issue,

Anne Freeman, of Bristol, and John, his heir.
died 21st January, 1769, leaving George.
two daughters, Anna, m. to Ed-

Richardson, mayor of Stockton.
ward Astley, esq.of Carey Street, Esther, m. to Benjamin Lumley, esq.
Lincoln's Inn, and Elizabeth, of Stockton, banker.
uum. in 1774.

Anne-Maria, m. to Ray, esq. of 6. Fytch-William, of St. James, Stockton.

Clerkenwell, Middlesex, m. Han- Richardson Ferrand died 2nd May, 1769,
nah-Maria, daughter of Edward and was s. by his son,
Wallis, esq. of Prettlewell, in
Essex, and widow of James in the county of Durham, who m. at Checkley,

John FERRAND, esq. of Barnard Castle,
Hudson, esq. by whom who m.

in Staffordshire, in 1772, Sarah, daughter of thirdly, Robert Austin, he left at Edward Dale, esq. of Stockton, collector of his decease, 1st November, 1759, the customs and had issue, an only child Benjamin, aged

EDWARD, his heir. about fourteen in 1774.

Walker, of Harden Grange, magistrate 1. Anne, bapt. 18th June, 1650, m. 2nd

and deputy lieutenant for the West May, 1671, to Thomas Fluid, esq. of

Riding of Yorkshire, and M.P. for Great Penthin, Leicestershire.

Tralee, m. first, Katharine-Maria, 11. Lydia, bapt. 8th March, 1652, m.

only daughter and heir of General to Thomas Wholley, gent. Winter William Twiss, col. commandant of bourne.

the royal engineers, and secondly, III. Mary, bapt. 25th January, 1658,

Margaret, daughter of John Moss, m. Richard Pindar, esq. of Kendall,

esq. of Otterspool, banker, but died barrister-at-law.

8. p. 20th September, 1835. Benjamin Ferrand died in 1699, and was Jane, b. in September, 1775, m. to the buried at Bingley, 14th February. His se

Rev. C. B. Charlewood, of Oakhill, cond son,

in Staffordshire, and died in 1793, EDWARD FERRAND, esq. of Harden Beck, having had a son, Charles-Benjamin bapt. at Bingley, 29th May, 1656, mar Charlewood, who died unm. aged ried Jane, daughter of William Richard twenty-one, and Sarah Charlewood,

wife of Charles Martin, esq. grandson EDWARD FERRAND, esq. of St. Ives, b. at of the third Duke of Athol.

Barnard Castle, inherited the estates of the
SARAH, (widow of Currer Fothergill senior branch of the family, and was a ma-

Busfeild, esq.) the present Mrs. Fer- gistrate and deputy lieutenant for the West
RAND, of Harden Grange and St. Riding of Yorkshire and for the county of
Ives.

Lancaster. He m. Francis, youngest daugh-
Anne-Catherine, m. first, Edward Sur ter and co-heir of W. Holden, esq. of Bail-

tees, esq. of Seatonburn, in Northum-don, and had an only daughter,
berland, and secondly, George T. FRANCES.
B. Monkland, esq. of Donhead Lodge, Mr. Ferrand died 21st March, 1837, aged
captain in the army, only son of fifty-nine, and was buried at Bingley. His
George Monkland, esq. of Bath. estates devolved on his sister, Sarah, the
By the former she has one son, present Mrs. FERRAND, of St. Ives.
WILLIAM-EDWARD SURtees, esq.
M.A. barrister-at-law.

Arms—Arg. on a chief gu. two crosses
Mr. Ferrand died 7th February, 1790, and patonce vairy.
was buried at Sedgefield, in the county of Estates-In Yorkshire.
Durham. His eldest son,

Seat-St. Ives.

BUSFEILD, OF UPWOOD, BUSFEILD,WILLIAM, esq. of Upwood, in the county of York, m. 13th May, 1800, Caroline, eldest daughter of Capt. Charles Wood, R.N. of Bowling Hall, and sister of Sir Francis Wood, bart. Mr. Busfeild, who is a magistrate and deputy lieutenant of the West Riding of Yorkshire, was returned to parliament by the borough of Bradford in 1837.

Lineage.

bella, wife of William Rookes, esq. mayor of Leeds; and by the latter, who died in Sept. 1705, a son, Thomas Pulleine, esq. high sheriff of York

shire in 1696. The son and successor,

William BusFeild, esq. of Leeds, bapt. 8th May, 1635, who served the office of mayor of that town in 1673, purchased a capital messuage and lands at Ryshworth, in the parish of Bingley, Yorkshire. He m. first, Miss Frank, by whom he had no issue; and secondly, 12th January, 1670, Ann, daughter

of Hugh Currer, esq. of Kildwiek, hy whom, William BusFeild, of Leeds, merchant, who wedded secondly, Robert Ferrand, esq. (son of James Busfeild, who died in January, of Harden Grange, he left at his decease in 1613, by Helen his wife, who died the same

1675, a son and successor, day) m. 7th September, 1611, Elizabeth,

William BusFeild, esq. of Ryshworth, eldest sister of Thomas Metcalf, alderman of and of Gray's Inn, London, a magistrate for Leeds, and had issue,

the West Riding of Yorkshire, who m. James, b. 19th August, 1612, died 24th Elizabeth, dau. of Abraham Fothergill, esq. January, 1636.

of London, descended from the Forthergills WILLIAM, of whom presently.

of Burghill near Richmond, and by her, who Elizabeth, 6. in 1613, m. 6th June, 1631, died in April, 1726, had issue,

John Loveland, a Spanish merchant. WILLIAM, his heir.
Jane, bapt. 7th Sept. 1615, married to Thomas, d. 4th November, 1772.

Sir William Lowther knt. of Swil Forthergill, of Manchester, d. in 1764.
lington, and had issue,

Charles, a merchant at Lisbon, d. 13th Isabel, born in Jan. 1621, m. first Rich July, 1735, aged 27.

ard Newby, of Leeds, merchant, and Ann, m. 3rd Sept. 1723, Robert Stanssecondly Thomas Pulleine, esq. also field, esq. of Bradford, and was moof Leeds. By the former she had, ther of Anne Stansfield, the wife of with one son, Capt. Richard Newby, Wm. Rookes, esq. of Esholt, and mowho died unmarried, a daughter Isa ther of Anna Maria Rookes, who

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His younger

BENJAMIN, of St. Ives, lord of | son, esq. of Bierley, in the county of York,

the manors of Cottingley, and by her, who died in 1716, had issue, Oakworth, &c. in Yorkshire, RICHARDSON, of Harden a magistrate major of Sir George Seville's for the West Riding, bapt. at Bingley, battalion of militia for the 21st April, 1692, m. the 24th May, West Riding, one of the de 1728, Mary, daughter of William puty lieutenants and a justice Busseild, esq. of Ryshworth, and died of the peace. He died unm. in 1745, leaving two surviving daugh20th October, 1803, aged

ters, seventy-five.

JANE, m. to Robert Stansfield, esq. 2. Bradgate, in holy orders, vicar

of Esholt, and d. s.p. in 1772. of Bradford, bapt. at Bingley,

Mary, m. first, in 1756, to Henry 8th May, 1682, d. unm.

Currer, esq. of Kildwick, and 1. Mary, m. to Thomas Roebuck,

secondly to Peter, son of Ralph esq. of Heath, near Wakefield.

Bell, esq. of Thirsk, but died 2. Anne, m. to John Cockroft, esq.

without issue in 1771. of Bradford.

John, of whom presently. 11. EDWARD, of whom presently.

Jane, d. unm. 111. David, major in the army, d. s. p. Edward Ferrand died in 1742, and was buin 1699.

ried at Bingley, 17th Dec. iv. Samuel, in holy orders, rector of son,

Todwick and vicar of Rotherham, JOHN FERRAND, esq. Stockton, bapt. at bapt. at Bingley, 24th February, Bingley 29th April, 1697, m. Maria Hew1664, m. first, in 1687, Miss Anne dick, daughter of an eminent merchant of Marsh, and secondly, Miss Dobson, Rotterdam, and by her, who died Ist July, but had issue only by the former, 1744, left at his decease in 1729, a son and viz. six sons,

heir, 1. Benjamin, in holy orders, died RICHARDSON Ferrand, esq. of Stockton, without surviving issue.

bapt. there 22nd November, 1723, who m. 2. Philip, who both d. in the sea 14th February, 1745, Anne, eldest daughter 3. James, I service s.p.

of the Rev. George Walker, of Stockton, 4. Robert, died young.

and by that lady, who died in 1771, had 5. Edward, of London, who m. | issue,

Anne Freeman, of Bristol, and John, his beir.
died 21st January, 1769, leaving George.
two daughters, Anna, m. to Ed-

Richardson, mayor of Stockton.
ward Astley, esq. of Carey Street,

Esther, m. to Benjamin Lumley, esq. Lincoln's Inn, and Elizabeth, of Stockton,

banker. unm. in 1774.

Anne-Maria, m. to Ray, esq. of 6. Fytch-William, of St. James, Stockton.

Clerkenwell, Middlesex, m. Han- Richardson Ferrand died 2nd May, 1769,
nab-Maria, daughter of Edward and was s. by his son,
Wallis, esq. of Prettlewell, in
Essex, and widow of James in the county of Durham, who m. atCheckley,

John FERRAND, esq. of Barnard Castle,
Hudson, esq. by whom who m.

in Staffordshire, in 1772, Sarah, daughter of thirdly, Robert Austin, he left at Edward Dale, esq. of Stockton, collector of his decease, 1st November, 1759, the customs and had issue, an only child Benjamin, aged

EDWARD, his heir. about fourteen in 1774.

Walker, of Harden Grange, magistrate 1. Anne, bapt. 18th June, 1650, m. 2nd

and deputy lieutenant for the West May, 1671, to Thomas Fluid, esq. of

Riding of Yorkshire, and M.P. for Great Penthin, Leicestershire.

Tralee, m. first, Katharine-Maria, 11. Lydia, bapt. 8th March, 1652, m.

only ter and heir of General to Thomas Wholley, gent. Winter

William Twiss, col. commandant of bourne.

the royal engineers, and secondly, III. Mary, bapt. 25th January, 1658,

Margaret, daughter of John Moss, m. Richard Pindar, esq. of Kendall,

esq. of Otterspool, banker, but died barrister-at-law.

s. p. 20th September, 1835. Benjamin Ferrand died in 1699, and was Jane, b. in September, 1775, m. to the buried at Bingley, 14th February. His se Rev. C. B. Charlewood, of Oakhill, cond son,

in Staffordshire, and died in 1793, EDWARD FERRAND, esq. of Harden Beck, having had a son, Charles-Benjamin bapt. at Bingley, 29th May, 1656, mar

Charlewood, who died unm. aged ried Jane, daughter of William Richard

twenty-one, and Sarah Charlewood,

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