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wife of Charles Martin, esq. grandson of the third Duke of Athol. SARAH., (widow of Currer Fothergill Busfeild, esq.) the present Mrs. FERRAND, of Harden Grange and St. Ives. Anne-Catherine, m. first, Edward Surtees, esq. of Seatonburn, in Northumberland, and secondly, George T. B. Monkland, esq. of Donhead Lodge, captain in the army, only son of George Monkland, esq. of Bath. By the former she has one son, Willia M-Edward SURtees, esq. M.A. barrister-at-law. Mr. Ferrand died 7th February, 1790, and was buried at Sedgefield, in the county of Durham. His eldest son,

Edward FERRAND, esq. of St. Ives, b. at Barnard Castle, inherited the estates of the senior branch of the family, and was a magistrate and deputy lieutenant for the West Riding of Yorkshire and for the county of Lancaster. He m. Francis, youngest daughter and co-heir of W. Holden, esq. of Baildon, and had an only daughter,


Mr. Ferrand died 21st March, 1837, aged fifty-nine, and was buried at Bingley. His estates devolved on his sister, Sarah, the present Mrs. FERRAND, of St. Ives.

Arms—Arg. on a chief gu. two crosses patonce vairy.

Estates—In Yorkshire.

Seat—St. Ives.


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



Willi AM BUsfeild, of Leeds, merchant, (son of James Busfeild, who died in January, 1613, by Helen his wife, who died the same day) m. 7th September, 1611, Elizabeth, eldest sister of Thomas Metcalf, alderman of Leeds, and had issue, James, b. 19th August, 1612, died 24th January, 1636. Willi AM, of whom presently. Elizabeth, b. in 1613, m. 6th June, 1631, John Loveland, a Spanish merchant. Jane, bapt. 7th Sept. 1615, married to Sir William Lowther knt. of Swillington, and had issue, Isabel, born in Jan. 1621, m. first Richard Newby, of Leeds, merchant, and secondly Thomas Pulleine, esq. also of Leeds. By the former she had, with one son, Capt. Richard Newby, who died unmarried, a daughter Isa

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 Yorkshire in 1696. The son and successor, Willia M 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 Kildwick, by whom, who wedded secondly, Robert Ferrand, esq. of Harden Grange, he left at his decease in 1675, a son and successor, William Busfeld, esq. of Ryshworth, and of Gray's Inn, London, a magistrate for the West Riding of Yorkshire, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Abraham Fothergill, esq. of London, descended from the Forthergills of Burghill near Richmond, and by her, who died in April, 1726, had issue, WILLIAM, his heir. Thomas, d. 4th November, 1772. Forthergill, of Manchester, d. in 1764. Charles, a merchant at Lisbon, d. 13th July, 1735, aged 27. Ann, m. 3rd Sept. 1723, Robert Stansfield, esq. of Bradford, and was mother of Anne Stansfield, the wife of Wm. Rookes, esq. of Esholt, and mother of Anna Maria Rookes, who wedded Joshua Crompton, esq. (See vol. iii. p. 62). Mary, m. 24th May, 1728, to Richardson Ferrand, esq. of Harden, and died in February, 1754. Mr. Busfeild died 26th March, 1730, and was s. by his son, Willi AM BUsfeild, esq. of Ryshworth Hall, who espoused Miss Mary Wilkinson, and by her, who m. secondly Edward Kenyon, esq. mayor of Leeds, and died in March, 1796, left at his decease, 5th Nov. 1748, an only daughter and heir, ELIZABETH BUSfeild, b. 1st Jan. 1747, who m. 7th Jan. 1765, Johnson Atkinson,” M.D. of Leeds, and afterwards of Ryshworth and Myrtle Grove near Bingley, many years an active magistrate and deputy lieutenant for the West Riding of Yorkshire, who assumed, upon the demise of his wife's uncle, Thomas Busfeild, esq. the surname and arms of BUsFeild. The issue of the marriage were three sons and a daughter, namely, 1 Willia M, the present William BUSFeild esq. of Upwood, M.P. 11. Johnson-Atkinson, D.D. b. 3rd July, 1775, m. in 1798, Mary Susannah, 3rd dau. of Joseph Priestley, esq. of White Windows, and secondly, Charlotte, daughter of – Irving, esq. By the former he had issue, William, b. 21st Feb. 1802, m. 21st Sept. 1830, Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Charles Frederic Bond, and has issue, William, and Mary. Charles, b. 6th September, 1804. John-Lea, b. in 1806, d. in 1810. Harcourt-Norris-Torriana, born 5th December, 1811. iii. Currer-Fothergill, of Cottingley Bridge, b. 23rd January, 1777, m. 12th


* He m. secondly in 1800, Susannah, relict of John Dearden, esq. of the Hollins.

February, 1805, Sarah, second daughter of John Ferrand, esq. of Stocton upon Tees, and sister of Edward Ferrand, esq. of St. Ives, and d. 30th June, 1832, having had issue, 1. William, a magistrate for Yorkshire, m. Sarah, daughter of Captain Priestley, and by her, who died 3rd Dec. 1832, had a son and daughter, William, and SarahHarriette. 2. Walker. 3. Currer. 4. Johnson-Atkinson, m. in Nov. 1832, Mary, dau. of Capt. Priestley, and has issue. 5. Benjamin-Ferrand. 1. Jane-Ferrand, d. 17th March, 1824. 2. Sarah-Dale, died 9th July, 1825. 3. Katharine, m. 24th Sept. 1831, to Charles, son of Capt. Priestlev. 4. Elizabeth-Octavia. 5. Mary-Anne, d. 24th Oct. 1817. 6. Caroline. 7. Emily-Lucinda. 8. Anne-Isabella, d. 22nd Jan. 1824. 1. Jane, m. 27th Oct. 1803, to Charles Jones, esq. major in the 18th Hussars, and died 24th March, 1818, leaving surviving issue, Charles-William Jones. Jane Jones. Elizabeth Jones. Isabella Jones. Caroline Jones. The heiress of Busfeild died 5th Nov. 1798.

Arms—Sa. a chev. between three fleursde-lis or.

Estates—In Yorkshire. Seat—Upwood, Yorkshire.


BURNABY, EDWYN, esq. of Baggrave Hall, in the county of Leicester, b. 29th

September, 1799, m. 28th August, 1829, Anne-Caroline, daughter of Thomas Salisbury, esq. second son of Thomas Salisbury, esq. of Marshfield House, in the county of York, by Mary, his wife, daughter of Thomas Lister, esq. and has 1SSue,


Mr. Barnaby, who succeeded his father 1st October, 1825, is a gentleman of her majesty's most honourable privy chamber, deputy-lieutenant and magistrate for the county of Leicester, and late captain in the 3rd, or Prince of Wales's dragoon guards.



The period of the family of de Bernabi, or de Burneby, settling in Leicestershire, may be traced from various records in the possession of the family to an early period after the Conquest. Robert de Bernaby founded at Bradley, in the county of Leicester, a small priory of the order of St. Austin, in the reign of King John, in 1199, of which Eustace de Burnaby, lord of Watford, d. seized in 1466. In 1260,

John de BURNABY held land at Medboune, and Holt, in Leicestershire, and his name appears as juror in inquisitions held at Evington, in 1260, and at Baggrave in 1275, (vide Nichol’s Leicestershire). He m. in 1277, Sarah, daughter and co-heir of Eustace Arden, of Watford, in Northamptonshire, and had a son,

Eust Ace DE BURNABY, of Watford, who was high sheriff for the county of Northampton, in 9 Edward II. and 2 Edward III., and represented that county in the parliament held at York in 1327. He did service of the moiety of one knight's fee performed by “ one serviens with one barded horse in 4 Edward II. and was appointed commissioner 26th March, 1316, in 9 Edward II. to raise foot soldiers in the county of Northampton, and on the 22nd December, 1324, to raise and march certain detachment of haberlers and archers from the county of Northampton.” (vide Parliamentary Writs, vol. ii.) By his wife, Maud, he had issue, and was s. by his eldest son,

Nicholas DE BURNABY, lord of Watford, who represented the county of Northampton in three successive parliaments held at Westminster in the reign of Edward III., and was assessed at Ullisthorpe,” in the county of Leicester, of a third part of a knight's fee for knighting Edward of Woodstock, the king's eldest son, in 1346. His son and heir,

Eustace de BURNABY, dying without issue, was s. by his brother,

GeoRGE DE BURNABY, of Watford, who m. Mary, widow of Sir John Wytherall, by whom he had a son and successor,

EustAce De BURNABY, living in 1429, sheriff for the county of Northampton in 1448, who d. in 1464, and was s. by Thomas DE BURNABY, of Watford, who m. Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of G. Taylor, esq. and had issue, 1. Rich ARD, his heir. † 11. William, incumbent of Paston. III. HUGH. The third son, Hugh BURNABY, from whom the present branch descends, d. at Manton, in Northamptonshire, 28th July, 1591, leaving issue by Jane, his wife, 1. Edward. II. William, baptized at Manton, 21st April, 1575. III. Robert. The youngest son, Robert BURNABY, baptized at Manton, 15th September, 1577, d. at Gulton, 18th May, 1643, leaving issue, 1. FRANcis, b. at Gulton, 13th October, 1619. II. HUGH. The younger son, The Rev. Hugh BURNABY, b. at Gulton, 30th January, 1620, was fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and patron and rector of Asfordby, in the county of Leicester. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Burton, of Stockerston, in the county of Leicester, by Philippa, his wife, daughter of Sir Edward Cobham, knt. and by her, who died 29th July, 1699, had issue, 1. HUGH, of Asfordby, m. Elizabeth, daughter of G. Yeomanton, esq. and had issue, a daughter. He d. 28th August, 1742. ii. Benjamin, in holy orders, rector of Stainby and Whitwell, d. unm. iii. ANDRew, in holy orders, of whom presently. iv. Robert, of Brampton, in the county of Huntingdon, who dying without issue, left his estate to his nephew Andrew, of whom hereafter. The third son, The Rev. ANDRew BURNABY, s. to the

* The arms of de Burnaby, still appear in the church of Claybroke, to which parish Ulisthorpe belongs.

+ Richard DE BURNABY, of Watford, m. first, Susan, daughter of H. Dyxwell, esq. and secondly, Anne, daughter and co-heir of Nicholas, Lord Woodhull, by Elizabeth, daughter of Lord Parr, of Horton. He was succeeded by his eldest son,

Thomas Burnaby, who m. Elizabeth Sapcote, and had issue,

I. SIR. Richard, his heir.

1. Susannah, m. to John Eyton, esq. and d. in 1631. The son, SIR Richard Burnaby, was the last of the Watford line, and m. Elizabeth, daughter of John Reade, esq. of Cottisbroke, by whom he had two daughters, Susan, m. to G. Bathurst, esq. of Hothorp, and Elizabeth, m. to Sir J. Langham, of Cottisbrook. Sir Richard Burnaby sold his property at Watford, to Sir G. Clerk, in the reign of | Charles I.

estate, and living of Asfordby, on the death of his father, 20th January, 1699, and m. Anne, widow of Maurice Camm, esq. by whom he had a son, The Rev. ANDREw BURNABY, b. 29th June, 1702, of Brampton Manor House, prebendary of Lincoln, vicar of St. Margarets, Leicester, and rector of Asfordby, who m. Hannah, daughter of George Beaumont, esq. of Darton, in the county of York, and had issue, 1. ANDRew, his heir. ii. Robert, in holy orders, prebendary of Lincoln, and vicar of St. Margarets, m. Catherine, daughter of T. Gee, esq. and had issue. III. Thomas-Beaumont, rector of Asfordby, m. Catherine, daughter of William Abney, esq. of Measham Field, in the county of Derby. 1. Anna-Maria, m. Richard Walter, esq. of Staundsworth, in the county of Stafford. II. Hannah, d. unm. The eldest son, ANDRew BURNABY, D.D. of Baggrave Hall, in the county of Leicester, and of Brampton, in Huntingdonshire, archdeacon of Leicester, and vicar of Greenwich, m. 26th February, 1770, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Anna, daughter and heir of John Edwyn, esq. of Baggrave Hall, high sheriff of Leicestershire in 1750, and had issue, 1. Edwy N-ANd Rew, his heir, b. 9th May, 1771. 11. Sherrard - Beaumont, D.C.L. of Brampton, in the county of Huntingdon. III. John-Dick, of Evington, in the county of Leicester, colonel of the 1st regiment of grenadier guards. m. in December, 1798, Henry-Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Fowke, and sister to Sir Frederick-G. Fowke, bart. of Lowesby Hall, in the county of Leicester. iv. George-Freeman, d. unm.

1. Anna-Maria, m. John Atkins, esq. of



Halstead House, in the county of Kent. The eldest son, Edw YN-ANDRew BURNABY, esq. of Baggrave Hall, succeeded to the property at the death of his father, 9th March, 1812: he m. 30th December, 1794, Mary, daughter and heir of the Rev. William Browne, rector and patron of Burrow, and grandaughter of Suffield Browne, of Leasthorpe Hall, in the county of Leicester, and had issue, 1. Edw YN, his heir. ii. William-Edwyn, barrister-at-law, who d. 23rd August, 1830. 111. Gustavus-Andrew, in holy orders. m. 19th November, 1833, Harriet, daughter of Henry Villebois, esq. of Marham, in the county of Norfolk, and has issue. 1. Mary, m. 8th May, 1820, to John Tylstone Pares, esq. second son of Thomas Pares, esq. of Hopwell, in the county of Derby, and has issue. 11. Selina. III. Georgiana. iv. Anna-Edwyn, m. 23rd May, 1829, to Mathew Knapp, esq. of Little Linford House, in the county of Bucks, and has issue. Mr. Burnaby, who was one of the gentlemen of the most honourable privy chamber, during the reigns of GeoRGE III. and George IV. and deputy-lieutenant and magistrate of the county of Leicester, d. 1st October, 1825, and was interred in the family vault at Hungerton. He was s. by his son, the present Edw YN BURNABY, esq.

Arms — Arg. two bars, a lion passant guardant in chief, gu. * Crest—A demi-man sa.. in the dexter hand a branch of columbine flowers ppr. round the neck a rope or, with the end hanging down on the sinister side. Motto—Pro rege. Estates—Baggrave, Hungerton, Barsby, South Croxton, and Evington, in the county of Leicester. Seat—Baggrave Hall, Leicestershire.


Rosehall, in the county of Lanark, a gene

ral in the army, m. first, Mary, daughter of Oliver Colt, esq. of Auldhame, by Helen, his wife, daughter of the seventh Lord Blantyre ; and secondly, Catharine Douglas,

of the Mains family, in Dumbartonshire.

On this lady inheriting a property of the

late Duchess of Douglas, General Pye assumed the additional surname of Doug LAs.

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PRYME, GEORGE, esq. of Cambridge, barrister-at-law, succeeded his father in * 1784, m. in August, 1813, Jane, youngest daughter of Thomas Thackeray, esq. of

Cambridge, and has issue,

CHARLes De LA PRYMe, b. 15th June, 1815.
Alicia, m. in March, 1837, to William Joseph Bayne, M.D. of Bury St. Edmunds.

Mr. Pryme, who received his education at Cambridge, where he was highly distinguished, is at present professor of political economy in that university, and M.P. for

the town in which he resides.

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sessed a chateau and domain near Padubon, in Hesse Cassel, in the middle of the last century. The other, which was the original, resided near Ypres, of which city several of them were chief magistrates. Alex ANDER, the first of whom anything is known, followed Philip of Alsace to the second Crusades: and acquitted himself so well, that on his return he received a patent of gentility, and a grant of arms, viz. a poignard and cross quarterly; crest, a cross upon a wreath ; motto, “animose certavit.” His descendants, however, paid less deference to the Papal authority and embraced the reformed religion. During the persecution which Cardinal Richelieu renewed against its adherents, and the desperate resistance of those who were besieged in Rochelle, several any; fled to England,

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