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Bayne of Dura, Bayne of Logie, Bayne of Rires, Burn of Lochnalong, Bythesea of Chapmanslade, Bythesea of Week House

Alexander Bayne a 1659, Sheriff Clerk in Fife
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1. John Bayne of Logie b 1666, a 1692
A. Alexander Bayne, 1st of Rires b 1685, d 1737, professor
m Mary Bruce Carstairs dau of Sir John Carstairs, 3rd of Kilconquhar
i. Alexander Bayne, 2nd of Rires
m Jean Moir of Aberargie & Dura dau of _ Moir of Aberargie, niece/heiress of Robert Cairns of Dura
Jean m2. 1762 Robert Menzies and had daughter Wilhelmina who m. David Meldrum, 2nd of Craigfoodie which connection, supported by the additional connection provided by the marriage of her grandson William see below to that David Meldrum's daughter Catherine, led Rires and Dura to be inherited by that Catherine's nephew David Bayne-Meldrum.
a. Alexander Bayne, 3rd of Rires, 1st of Dura b 1758, d 1826
m Elizabeth Morris
1 William Bayne, 4th of Rires, 2nd of Dura dsp 1831
m Catherine Meldrum dau of David Meldrum, 2nd of Craigfoodie
2 Mary Bayne, 5th of Rires, 3rd of Dura
m 1822 Robert Dalgleish, later Bayne-Dalgleish, of Scotscraig b 1793, dsp 16.08.1871
ii. William Bayne d 1782, Captain RN
iii. John Bayne d unm 1797
iv. Ann Bayne
m Allan Ramsay artist
v. Cecil Bayne
m _ Edmiston or Edmonstone
?? 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 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+ 1 son and 2 daughters
b.+ 2 daughters
iii. Henry Bythesea b 08.10.1748, 7th son
m1 Anne Whitaker dsp, dau of Thomas Whittaker of N. Bradley
m2 Fanny Whitaker dau of Thomas Whittaker of N. Bradley, sister of Anne
a. Henry Bythesea b 10.04.1780, d 07.1850, rector of Nettletonhad 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 Freshfordhad 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 25.08.1871had 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

1 For Bayne uploaded 'Early' : Stirnet's BG family records
2 For Burn uploaded 'Early' : Stirnet's BG family records
3 For Bythesea uploaded 16.07.08 : BLG1952 Dyer formerly Bythesea formerly of Freshford
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