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Families covered: Buswell of Clipston, Bythesea of Chapmanslade, Bythesea of Week House, Barby of Washfield

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



Nichols shows the (undated) George who married Elizabeth Kinnesman as son of George (b 1554-5, d 05.05.1642, alderman of London) but TCB, which shows as follows, infers that that confused the generations.
George Buswell of Clipston, Northamptonshire (b 1554-5, d 05.05.1632, alderman of London)
m. Elizabeth Kynnesman (d 02.01.1650, dau of Harold Kynnesman or Kinneman 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.
3.+ other issue - John (b 1627-8, d 24.08.1659), Elizabeth (b c1630, d 30.03.1636), daughter



John Barby of Barby, Northamptonshire
1. Edmund Barby of Ashbricke, Devon (younger son)
  m. ?? Dyer (sister of Sir James Dyer)
  A. John Barby of Washfield (Washfeild), Devon (but 20.01.1578-9)
  m. Alice Eyre (bur 04.05.1598, dau of John Eyre (Ayre) of Atherington)
  i. Thomas Barby of Washfield (bur 20.06.1611)
  m. (25.12.1581) Johanna Dyer (bur 19.04.1629, dau of Thomas Dyer of Shobrooke)
  a. William Barby of Washfield (a 1620)
  m. Ciceley Wood (dau/coheir of John Wood of Shebinge)
  Vivian shows the later generations connected by dotted line, which we presume indicates that the connections have not been fully proved.
  (1) Thomas Barby of Washfield
  m. (17.07.1639) Joan Culliford (bur 18.02.1654-5)
  (A) Robert Barby of Washfield
  (i)+ issue - Mary (bpt 20.12.1679), Alice (bpt 02.07.1681)
  b. Alice Barby (bur 24.06.1613)
  ii. Edmund Barby (bpt 23.02.1575-6)
  B.+ other issue - Thomas, William



Vivian shows the coat of arms of the following family as "Sa. a fesse Ermine between three cinquefoils Arg.".
John Barkeley of Kingsbridge, Devon
m. Joane Leigh (dau of Thomas Leigh of Leigh)
1. Thomas Barkeley of Okenbury, Devon (d c01.1593-4)
m. Agnes Hele (a 1626, dau of John Hele of Lucestow, m2. John Reynell)
  A. Thomas Barkeley 'of Plimstock' of Okenbury (d before 15.07.1626)
  m. Elizabeth Southcott (a 1626, dau of George Southcott of Bovye, m2. Henry Rouse)
  i. Thomas Barkeley or Barkley (bpt 22.12.1603)
  a. son (a 1620) possibly the Thomas Barkeley of Okenbury who married ...
  m. (06.01.1650-1) Margaret Wills (bpt 05.12.1624, dau of Francis Wills of Wyvellscombe)
  ii.+ other issue - Henry (bpt 07.06.1618), Elizabeth, Agnes, Mary, Frances, Joane, Jane, Margaret, Bridget, Gertrude (bpt 28.11.1619), Susanna (bur 21.01.1619-20), Isabella (bpt 28.02.1620-1)
2. Jone Barkeley
  m. _ French
3. Margaret Barkeley
  m. John Winchelsea
4. Alice Barkeley
  m. _ Watts
5. Joyce Barkeley
  m. _Browne

Main source(s):
(1) For Bythesea (uploaded 16.07.08) : BLG1952 (Dyer (formerly Bythesea) formerly of Freshford)
(2) For Buswell (uploaded 24.01.11, reviewed 29.08.22 using Nichols) : TCB (vol 3, 'Buswell of Clipston', p77), 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Pelsant and Buswell', p578)
(3) For Barby (uploaded 29.01.18) : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Barby of Washfield', p42)
(4) For Barkeley (uploaded 29.01.18) : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Barkley (sic) of Okenbury', p43)
(5) For Barton (uploaded 21.11.20) : MGH (NS3, vol 1 (1896, #8, December 1895), 'Pedigree of Tristram', p230)
[The section on Burn has been moved to Burn1; that on Bayne to Bayne3, and that on Barton to Barton04.]
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