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Families covered: Burn of Lochnalong, Buswell of Clipston, Bythesea of Chapmanslade, Bythesea of Week House

?? Burn of Middlemill (later called Lochnalong)
1. David Burn (minister of Fetteresco)
  m. Isabel Durham (dau of James Durham, 3rd of Largo)
  A. David Burn (minister of Monzie then of Largo)
  m. Mary Duddingston (dau of James Duddingston of Sandfurd)
  i. Margaret Burn (b 1763, d 16.05.1833) --
  m. James Carstairs (b 22.12.1749, d 30.05.1836, town clerk of Cupar) --
  ii. Anne Burn (b 09.07.1764, d 22.10.1846)
  m. (01/17.09.1793) James Trail (b 07.05.1757, dsp 01.05.1816, minister of St. Cyrus)



Thomas Bythesea of Compton Bishop, Mayor of Axbridge (d 1672)
m. Mary Chivers (d 1672, dau of Rev. Oliver Chivers of Sarum)
1. John Bythesea of Week House & Chapmanslade, Wiltshire (b 1672, d 1747)
  m. Hester Halliday of Bradford (d 1737)
  A. John Bythesea of Week House & Chapmanslade (d 1769)
  m. Jane Leir (d 1782, dau of Rev. Thomas Leir)
  i. Thomas Bythesea of Week House (b 04.02.1727, d 10.04.1783)
  m. Elizabeth Lewis (d 09.10.1809)
  a. John Lewis Bythesea of Week House (dsp 1844, rector of Lee Delaware & Bagington)
  b. Charles Bythesea (dsp 1820, 3rd son)
m. Mary Eyles (dau of William Eyles of Shaw)
  c. Eliza Bythesea
  m. (26.01.1783) Edward Morlock Mortimer of Bellefield House
d.+ other issue - Thomas (dsp 11.10.1813), Edmund of Shirley Hall (d 04.07.1842)
  ii. William Bythesea 'of Greenwich' of Chapmanslade (b 31.01.1732, d 18.12.1795, 3rd son)
  m. Catherine Cobb (dau of Rev. Thomas Cobb of Upper Hardres)
  a. George Bythesea (b 1764, d 12.1800, rector of Ightham)
  m. Anne Kemp (dau of Thomas Read Kemp of Lewes Castle & Hurstmonceaux Park)
  (1)+ issue - George Kemp, 2 daughters
  b. Cecilia Bythesea probably of this generation
  m. (1803) Charles Brome of Malling House (d 1830)
  c. daughter (dsp?)
  iii. Henry Bythesea (b 08.10.1748, 7th son)
  m1. Anne Whittaker (dsp, dau of Thomas Whittaker of N. Bradley)
  m2. Fanny Whittaker (dau of Thomas Whittaker of N. Bradley, sister of Anne)
  a. Henry Bythesea (b 10.04.1780, d 07.1850, rector of Nettleton) had issue
  m. Eliza Meredith (d 04.02.1878, dau of Gen. _ Meredith)
m3. Anne Budd (d 1801, dau of John Budd of Greenham)
  b. George Bythesea of Bath (b 29.05.1792, d 13.12.1853, rector of Freshford) had issue
  m. (09.03.1815) Mary Glossop (d 01.05.1869, dau of Francis Glossop of Glossopdale)
  c. Samuel William Bythesea of Freshford (b 14.07.1801, d 25.08.1871) had issue
  m. Mary Agnes Bythesea Brome (dau of Charles Brome of Malling House, cousin)
  iv. Jane Bythesea
  m. Simon Halliday of Iford House & Westcombe Park
  v.+ other issue - Anselm (b 1713, d 1752), Robert (d 1783), John (d 1758), Samuel (b 31.10.1744, d unm 26.05.1830), Cecilia (b 1710, d 1743), Mary (d 1763)
  B. Anne Bythesea (d 1759)
  m. _ Webb
  C. Grace Bythesea
  m. (1727) Matthew Jervis of Trowbridge (son of John of Darlaston)
  D. Hester Bythesea (d 1780)
  m. _ Robins
  E. Penelope Bythesea (d 1744)
  m. _ Golding
  F. daughter (d 1779)
  m. _ Williams
2. Mary Bythesea
  m. John Hopkins
3. Frances Bythesea
  m. _ Milkin



George Buswell of Clipston, Northamptonshire (b 1554-5, d 05.05.1632, alderman of London)
m. Elizabeth Kynnesman (dau of Harold Kynnesman of Broughton)
1. Sir George Buswell of Clipston, Sheriff of Northamptonshire, Bart (b c1625, dsps 06.03.1667/8)
  m. (c1665) Catherine Enyon (d 16.04.1702, dau of Sir James Enyon, Bart of Flore ( by Jane, dau of Sir Adam Newton, 1st Bart of Newton), m2. Sir John Garrard, 3rd Bart of Lamer)
2. Anne Buswell (d 03.1660)
  m. Sir Eusebius Pelsant
  Their son inherited Clipston and assumed the name Buswell.

Main source(s):
(1) For Burn (uploaded 'Early') : Stirnet's BG family records
(2) For Bythesea (uploaded 16.07.08) : BLG1952 (Dyer (formerly Bythesea) formerly of Freshford)
(3) For Buswell (uploaded 24.01.11) : TCB (vol 3, Buswell of Clipston)
[The section on Bayne has been moved to Bayne3.]
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