Reverend John Bourne

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Reverend John Bourne

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ashover, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Hull, City of Kingston-upon-Hull, UK
Place of Burial: Hull, Yorkshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Rev. Obadiah Bourne, Jr. and Rebecca Bourne
Husband of Anne Bourne and Anna Catherine Bourne
Father of Anne Bourne; William Bourne; Dorothy Bourne; Jane Bourne; Dr Henry Bourne and 1 other
Brother of Elizabeth Bourne; Sarah Bourne; Obadiah Bourne, III; George Bourne; Henry Bourne and 3 others

Occupation: Priest of the Church of England
Managed by: Victoria Mary Thompson
Last Updated:

About Reverend John Bourne

Son of Obidiah.

Admitted to St John's College, Cambridge, aged 19, Apr. 3, 1742.

B.A. 1745-6;

M.A. 1750.

Ord. deacon (Rochester) Sept. 20, 1747;

priest (Ely) Dec. 5, 1747.

Vicar of Crondall, Hants., 1750-76.

Rector of Kirby Underdale, Yorks., 1776-1805.

Master of the Charterhouse, Hull.

Died Mar. 23, 1805.

Spital is half a mile from Chesterfield, near the river Rother. This place formerly belonged to the Jenkinsons, and was sold by the co-heiresses of Woodyear to the late Sir Thomas Windsor Hunloke, bart. The house was many years occupied by the Bourne family, and now by John Charge, esq. clerk of the peace for the county, who married one of the daughters of the Rev. John Bourne.

In memory of Henry, son of the Rev. John Bourne, of Spital, who died December 19, 1777;

Charlotte Bourne, youngest daughter of Henry Bourne, of spittal, M. D. who died 50th September, 1778, aged 45 ; also of Anne, first wife of John Bourne, who died 14th February, 1769, aged 42;

John Bourne, who died 13th June, 1806, aged 76 ¡

alsol Anna Catherine, second wife of the said John Bourne, and daughter of Rev Samuel Pegge, of Whittington, L. L. D. who died 3rd January, 1816, aged 80. (The history of the county of Derby)

Edelstow Hall was considered the hall of this manor, and after several changes became the seat of a branch of the Gladwin family, one of whose co-heiresses brought it to Dr. Bourne, who then resided at the Spital, near Chesterfield. It was sold, in 1808, by the widow of the Rev. John Bourne and her daugh­ters, to Mr. John Milnes, of Ashover.

John Bourne's portrait was done by John Raphael Smith and was engraved by his daughter, Jane Thompson - no copy has been found.

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Reverend John Bourne's Timeline

1722
February 24, 1722
Ashover, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
February 26, 1722
Ashover, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
1742
April 3, 1742
- 1745
Age 20
Cambridge, England
1745
1745
- 1750
Age 22
Cambridge, England
1747
September 7, 1747
- December 1747
Age 25
Rochester, Kent, England
December 5, 1747
- 1750
Age 25
Ely, England
1748
1748
Age 25
1750
1750
- 1776
Age 27
Crondall, England
1771
1771
Age 48
Hull, City of Kingston-upon-Hull, UK