< A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z >
Anne Wollaston 
Burnaby
1810 - 1879


Anne Wollaston 
Burnaby
, The University of Nottingham Library Manuscripts and Special Collections Portland (London) Collection: Catalogue of papers relating to benefices and tithes in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire belonging to the Dukes of Portland 1634-1927: E12/12/1/17/1-103 3.12.1891-27.2.1895 Bundle of papers concerning legal dispute over the endowments of the benefice of Sutton upon Lound, Nottinghamshire; 3 Dec. 1891-27 Feb. 1895 (103 items, paper) Plaintiff: HM Attorney-General. Defendants: Henry Fowke Burnaby and Thomas Frederic Burnaby-Atkins. 'In the Matter of the Estate of Ann Wollaston Burnaby, deceased' and the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853. Bequests by her of £ 2100 in trust for the parish of Sutton-cum-Lound, behaviour of her trustees and executors, death of one of them insolvent in 1891, death of the other in 1893, the question of their personal liability. Pl E12/12/1/17/1-8: Cases for the opinion of counsel (on behalf of the Duke of Portland as Patron of the benefice of Sutton cum Lound), opinion of counsel, instructions to counsel (to advise as to compromise); statement of claim and of defence (in the above); certificate from the Charity Commission to the Attorney-General for him to institute proceedings, and related memoranda. Pl E12/12/1/17/9-15 - briefing material. Viz. Pl E12/12/1/17/9: Copy conveyance (31 May 1859) of a plot of land at Lound in the parish of Sutton cum Lound to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners Pl E12/12/1/17/10: Copy probate of the will (1 July 1870) and codicil (2 May 1879) of Ann Wollaston Burnaby of Errington, Leicestershire, spinster. Pl E12/12/1/17/11-12; Copy Legacy Duty residuary account form for Ann Wollaston Burnaby, deceased; and copy certificate of payment of Legacy Duty on her bequest of £ 2000 for the benefit of the church at Sutton cum Lound. Pl E12/12/1/17/13: File of copy correspondence (21 Feb.-2 Apr. 1891) between Messrs Hodding and Beevor, Worksop (solicitors for the vicar of Sutton cum Lound) and the Burnaby family relative to the non-payment of the income on the Endowment Fund. PL E12/12/1/17/14-15: Letter from the Ecclesiastical Commission, 10 Whitehall Place to the Duke of Portland (3 Dec. 1891) explaining the situation and their inability to proceedings at law, and enjoining the Duke to use his best endeavours; and copy letter to the F.J. Turner from the Reverend J.S. Farmer, Sutton Vicarage (9 Dec. 1891) outlining events of recent months respecting the endowment. Pl E12/12/1/17/16: File of copy letters from Messrs Baileys, Shaw and Gillett, 5 Berners Street to the Charity Commission, John G. Beevor/Messrs Hodding and Beevor, Worksop, the Reverend J. Farmer, John M. Clabon [21 Great George Street, Westminster] and others. Pl E12/12/1/17/17-103: Correspondence addressed or forwarded to Messrs Baileys, Shaw and Gillett, 5 Berners Street by: Frederick J. Turner, Mansfield Woodhouse; Messrs Hodding and Beevor, Worksop and individual members of the firm; the Ecclesiastical Commission, 10 Whitehall Place; the Charity Commission; the Reverend J. Farmer, Sutton Vicarage, Retford; John M. Clabon, 21 Great George Street, Westminster, solicitor for the Attorney-General; T.F. Burnaby-Atkins and his solicitor; etc. (with occasional draft and press copy replies). The Burnabys were related to the Cavendish-Bentincks by marriage.

Born: Rotherby, Leics., , England 1810 Baptised: Rotherby, Leics., , England 4th Feb 1810
Died: Billesdon, Leics., , England 1st Nov 1879 Buried:
Family:
Burnaby

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Anne Wollaston 
Burnaby
1810 - 1879
2.
Col. John Dick 
Burnaby
(
Fowke
) 1776 - 1852
4.
Ven.Dr. Andrew 
Burnaby
(
Edwyn
) 1732 - 1812
5.
Anna 
Edwyn
(
Burnaby
) 1735 - 1812
3.
Henry Anne 
Fowke
(
Burnaby
) c. 1775 - 1856
6.
Sir Thomas 
Fowke
(
Wollaston
) c. 1744 - 1786
7.
Anne 
Wollaston
(
Fowke
) ante 1760 - 1803

Siblings


1.
U/? 
Burnaby

2.
U/? 
Burnaby

3.
Marianna 
Burnaby
post 1798 - 1857
4.
Henry Anne 
Burnaby
c. 1799 - 1888
5.
John Dick 
Burnaby
(
Atkins
,
Williams
) 1802 - 1855
6.
Rev. Frederic George 
Burnaby
(
Atkins
) 1803 - 1880
7.
Thomas Fowke Andrew 
Burnaby
(
Chawnor
) 1808 - 1893
8.
Sarah Edwyn 
Burnaby
* 1811
9.
Charles Sherard 
Burnaby
(
Jessopp
,
Fowke
) 1814 - 1891
10.
Elizabeth Hannah 
Burnaby
1818 - 1863

Spouses




Descendants
[ Options ]

Sources

Census

Timeline


???Made a will (will)
4th Feb 1810Baptised Rotherby, Leics., England
1810Born Rotherby, Leics., England
31st Mar 1851Sister in 1851 census (census) Asfordby, Leics., England
1861Sister in 1861 census (census) Langford, Essex, England
1871Sister in 1871 census (census) Lowesby, leics., England
1879UNMAR/ROLE INDI
1st Nov 1879Died Billesdon, Leics., England
| Top |

Hosted by
HTML generated by
SoftLinks
, copyright © 1996 - 2017 Ben Laurie
Copyright © 1996 - 2017 Camilla von Massenbach