'Bourne1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Bourne of Dalby, Bourne of Gothelny, Bourne of Stalmine, Bourne of Wells, Bourne of Wick, Bourne of Wyersdale
[This page was redone on 01.02.22. The note at the foot of the page provides details.]

                               
Foster reports that "This family (of whose more prominent members in Worcestershire were - Sir John Bourne, Principal Secretary of State under Queen Mary; and Gilbert Bourne, Bishop of Bath and Wells) is of great antiquity in Lancashire." Both Sir John and Bishop Gilbert are shown in the lower section below.
John Bourne of Nether Wyersdale (a 1587)
m. Unis
1. James Bourne
  m. _ Dickinson
  A. John Bourne of Wyersdale (d 1714)
  i. John Bourne of Stalmine (b 1706, d 30.01.1783)
  m. Jane Fox (dau/coheir of Cornelius Fox of Fern Hill & Stalmine Hall)
  a. John Bourne of Stalmine (b 1741, d unm 1790)
  b. James Bourne of Stalmine (b 1742, d 1816)
  m. Dorothy Parkinson (dau of Thomas Parkinson)
  (1)+ issue (d unm) - Jane, Elizabeth
  c. Cornelius Bourne (b 02.04.1747, d 01.03.1806)
  m. Anne Rymer (d 12.06.1828, dau of Thomas Rymer, widow of Edmund Glover)
  (1) John Bourne of Stalmine (b 29.08.1777, d 1841) had issue
  m. (07.1804) Mary Bury (d 1832, dau of John Bury of Salford)
  (2) Peter Bourne of Hackinsall (b 13.10.1783, d 03.02.146, youngest son?) had issue
  m. (14.05.1810) Margaret Drinkwater (dau of James Drinkwater of Liverpool)
  (3) Mary Ann Bourne (dsp 22.07.1851)
  m. James Molyneux
  (4)+ other issue (d unm) - Thomas of Preesall-cum-Hackinsall (d 1821), James of Hackinsall & Liverpool (d 1835)
  d. Agnes Bourne
  m. James Smith
  e. Margery Bourne
m. Robert Lawe of Preston
  B. Titus Bourne of Lincolnshire
  Foster reports that Titus was ancestor of "the family seated at Dalby". We surmise that Titus was father of ...
  i. John Bourne the first mentioned by Maddison
  m. Elizabeth Dobbs (dau of John Dobbs of Bucknall)
  a. John Bourne of Dalby
  m1. Sarah Fowler (b c1742, d 1776, dau of John Fowler of Boothby Hall)
  (1) John Bourne of Dalby (d 1850)
  m1. Mary Mather ('cousin')
  (A) Mary Bourne (d unm)
  m2. Mary Tennyson (dau of George Tennyson of Tealby, sister of Charles (Tennyson D'Eyncourt) of Bayons Manor)
  (B) Robert Bourne of Woodhall, Middlesex
  m. Jane Brabins (dau of John Brabins of Reasby & Balderton by Elizabeth Newton)
  m2. Elizabeth Fowler (dau of George Fowler of Skendleby Thorpe)
  (2) George Fowler Bourne (b c1779, d 1795)
  b. daughter probably of this generation
  m. Samuel Mather of Manchester
  |C. Timothy Bourne of Euxton "whose descendants settled in London"

 

 

Apparently connected to the family above, we start this section with 2 brothers, Philip & Sir John, shown as sons of ...
?? Bourne
1. Philip Bourne 'of Worcestershire'
  A. Richard Bourne of Wells & Wyvelscombe, Somerset (d before 1593)
  m. Sylvester Tyvolde
  i. Gilbert Bourne of Wells (d c12.1595)
  m. Elenor Smith (dau of Thomas Smith of Mitcham)
  a. John Bourne 'of Winscomb' of Gothelny in Charlinch, Somerset (d before 21.10.1656)
  m. Elizabeth Weer (d before 10.08.1660, dau of Humphrey Weer of Halberton (Weare of Holberton))
  (1) Gilbert Bourne of Gothelny, later of Rode in North Petherton (b c1632, d before 15.06.1686)
  m. Susan Bowyer (d before 15.09.1715, dau of Edmond Bowyer of Beere)
(A) Elizabeth Bourne
  m. _ Walker
  (B) Anne Bourne
  m1. Thomas Pring of Bishop's Lydeard
  m2. _ Speed
  (C)+ other issue - Edmond (b c1665, d before 10.05.1695), Gilbert, John, Sarah of Rowberts (d before 23.07.1709), Susanna (d before 01.06.1736)
  (2) Robert Bourne of Gothelny, Sheriff of Somerset (b 1622-3, d before 23.02.1672-3)
  m1. Anne Malet (d 01.05.1670, dau of John Malet of Enmore)
  m2. Helena Smith (dau of Sir Hugh Smith of Long Ashton)
  (A) Florence Bourne
  (3) John Bourne of Charlinch
  m1. Elenor Meredith (dau of Richard Meredith of Bagburgh)
  m2. Jane Huckmore (dau of Gregory Huckmore of Buckland Baron)
  (4) Humphrey Bourne (7th son)
  m. Margaret
  (5) Thomas Bourne
  (A) John Bourne
(6) Eleanor Bourne
  m. Robert Fleming
  (7)+ other issue - Edward, William in Middlesex (d before 27.01.1661-2), Henry, Mary, Philippa, Silvester, Jane, Frances
  ii. John Bourne
iii. Roger Bourne of Wells (a 1623)
  m. Jane Tothill (dau of Richard Tothill of of Castle Gwys or Wiston (not of Shardeloes or Shalders))
  B. Gilbert Bourne, Bishop of Bath & Wells (d 10.09.1569)
2. Sir John Bourne (d by 1575, Secretary of State to Queen Mary)
  Shown by Visitation (Somerset, 1623) as of this generation but by Visitation (Worcestershire, 1634) as cousin rather than uncle of Richard.
  m. ?? Lygon (dau of Richard Lygon of Madresfield)
  A. (Sir) Anthony Bourne of Holt
  i. daughter
  m. Sir Foulke Conway
  ii. Mary Bourne
  m. Sir Herbert Croft of Croft (b 1566, d 10/6.04.1622)
B. Elizabeth Bourne probably of this generation
  m. George Winter of Huddington
3. Thomas Bourne of Wick
  Shown by Visitation (Worcestershire, 1634) as brother of Sir John.
  m. _ Delamore
  A. Walter Bourne (dsp)
  B. John Bourne of Wick
  m. Susan Ayleworth (dau of ?? Ayleworth of Ayleworth)
  i. Mary Bourne
  m. Thomas Cotton
  ii.+ other issue - John, Thomas, Giles, Isabel, Anne

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 01.02.22) : 'Pedigrees of Lancashire Families' = 'The County Families of England' (Joseph Foster, vol 1. Lancashire, 1873, 'Pedigree of Bourne of Hackinsall', p77) with input (originally uploaded 19.11.15 as the lower section of this page, later being the middle section of the page) from Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees (vol 1, 1903, 'Fowler of Boothby Hall in Welton', p369)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 03.07.10) : Visitation (Somerset, 1623, 'Bourne'), Visitation (Worcestershire, 1634, 'Bourne'), Visitation (Somerset, 1672, 'Bourne of Gothelny')
[As mentioned above, this page was redone on 01.02.22. On that date, what was then the upper section was moved to being the new lower section; a new upper section was added; what had been the middle section was absorbed into that new upper section; and what had been the lower section was moved to Bourne3.]
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