Hans Busk

(2 April 1718 - 12 February 1792)
     Hans Busk was born on 2 April 1718 in England. He was the son of Jacob Hans Busk of Sweden & Rachel Wordsworth who married 18/11/1713. Jacob Hansson Busk, was the son of Hans Hansson Busk by Barbara his wife, born at Kongelst, in Sweden, who was naturalized by Act of parliament 1720, 9 Geo I. A copy of this act is at Fryston. Hans was a woollen merchant. He often travelled from Bullhouse ot Leeds in a coach with six horses. Her was one of the merchants who belonged to the "Leeds Wakefield Trsutees" supervising road improvements in 1758 and raising money for the turnpikes. He married Anne Nisbett in Bath on2 Feb 1747 in Leeds, Yorkshire.
Hans Busk married secondly Martha Marrion Rodes on 20 May 1755 in St Werbugh, Derby, Derbyshire.
     Hans died on 12 February 1792 in Leeds, YKS, aged 73. He was buried on 20 February 1792 in St John's, Leeds.

Children of Hans Busk and Martha Marrion Rodes

Martha Busk

(circa 1756? - 17 May 1777)
     Martha Busk was born circa 1756?. She was the daughter of Hans Busk and Martha Marrion Rodes.
     Martha died on 17 May 1777 in Darfield, Yorkshire. She was unmarried. She was buried in All Saints, Darfield. In the middle aisle isle near this place are interred the remains of Mary Rodes of Great Houghton who departed this life March 4th> 1789 in the 76 year of her age, sister and coheiress of William Rodes Esqr also near this place are interred the remains of Martha Busk who departed this life May 17th 1777 in the ?21st year of her age, second daughter of Hand Busk esqr, Martha his wife, sister of William and Mary Rodes.

Mary Anne Busk

(10 February 1756? - 10 November 1802)
     Mary Anne Busk was born on 10 February 1756? In Leeds?, Yorkshire?. She was the eldest daughter and co-heir.. She was the daughter of Hans Busk and Martha Marrion Rodes. Mary Anne Busk was christened on 24 February 1756 in Call Lane Chapel (Arian Independent), Leeds, Yorkshire. Mary Anne, the daughter of Mr H Busk .
Mary Anne Busk married James Milnes or Rich on 24 February 1778 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Her husband was sometime M P for Bletchingly, High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1806. He took the surname & arms of Rich by Royal Licence 17 Aug 1802. After her death he retook the surname of Milnes by Royal Licence 13 Jan 1803..
     Mary died on 10 November 1802 in Yorkshire aged 46. They had no issue.. She was buried on 14 November 1802 in West Gate Chapel (Presbyterian), Wakefield, Yorkshire. Mary Ann Rich, wife of James Rich, Esq., died Nov 19 1802 and was buried Nov 14th.

Rachael Busk

(31 January 1760 - 1835)
     Rachael Busk was born on 31 January 1760 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Hans Busk and Martha Marrion Rodes. Rachael Busk was christened on 22 February 1760 in Call Lane Chapel (Arian Independent), Leeds, Yorkshire. Rachel ye duaghter of Mr H Busk.
Rachael Busk witnessed James Milnes or Rich and Mary Anne Busk's wedding on 24 February 1778 in Penistone, Yorkshire.
     A marriage settlement between Rachael Busk and Richard Slater Milnes or Rich was made on 28 May 1781. Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release) - 28-29 May 1781: Mary Rodes of Gt Houghton spinster, one of the sisters and co-heiress of Richard Rodes, deceased, to Pemberton Milnes of Wakefield and John Hatfield of Laughton-en-le-Morthen, Yorks, in consideration of a marriage to be had between Richard Slater Milnes of Newland Park, Yorks, (only son and heir of Robert Milnes, deceased) and Rachel Busk (daughter of Hans Busk of Leeds and Martha his wife, formerly Martha Rodes, another sister and co-heir of Richard Rodes). All the manor of Gt. Houghton and capital messuage of Houghton Hall with messuages, closes etc. (named) in Gt. Houghton, 2 rent charges of £6 each payable out property in Barnsley, par.Silkstone, and Grimesthorpe, South Kirkby heretofore the estate of Samuel Smith, deceased, and messuage and closes late the property of Thomas Box; to the use of Mary Rodes for life and then to the said Richard Slater Milnes and Rachel Busk and their issue [as stated] and the right heirs of Richard; but if the eldest son shall inherit the estates devised by Aymor Rich's will (quoted in full) then to the second son; Richard Slater Milnes also undertakes to secure to the trustees £15,000, to the use of Rachel, their issue, and then to uses of her will.
Rachael Busk married Richard Slater Milnes or Rich, son of Robert Milnes and Joyce Slater, on 31 May 1781 in Darfield, Yorkshire.      
Rachael Busk was listed as Mrs Rich, and again in 1803 for Little Houghton in 1793 in Thurlstone, Yorkshire.      
Rachael Busk paid land tax as Mrs Rachel Rich in 1805 in Penistone, YKS.
She retook the surname of Milnes by Royal Licence dated 8th Oct 1805.
     Rachael Busk made a will dated 10 February 1829. Rachel Milnes, widow of fRichard Slater Milnes deceased ... my 3 unmarried daughters ... Louisa, Caroline & Amelia Jane.
     Rachael died in 1835.
     Her will was proved on 31 December 1835 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Rachael Busk and Richard Slater Milnes or Rich

William Busk

(21 December 1758 - )
     William died in infancy. He was christened on 21 December 1758 in Call Lane Chapel (Arian Independent): Baptisms, Leeds, Yorkshire. William, the son of Mr H Busk. He was the son of Hans Busk and Martha Marrion Rodes.

Alfred Buss

(circa 1830 - )
     Alfred Buss was born circa 1830 in Wattisham, Suffolk.
Alfred Buss married Maria Bullett, daughter of Harriet Bullett, on 24 December 1854 in Wattisham, Suffolk. She was aged 29, widow, 24 bachelor, b.o.t.p. Witness: Robert Fox, Harriet Welham.

John Butcher

     John Butcher married Mary Bland, daughter of Richard Bland and Mary Pettit, in 1691 in Assington, Suffolk.

Sarah Butcher

(circa 1836 - 1903)
     Sarah Butcher was born circa 1836.
Sarah Butcher married William Bennett, son of William Bennett and Frances Bullett or Austin, in 1863. Sarah Butcher was buried in 1903 in Drinkstone, Suffolk.
     Sarah died in 1903.

Children of Sarah Butcher and William Bennett

Ann Butler

(before 1676 - )
     Ann Butler was born before 1676 in Barbados. She was the daughter of Jeffery Butler and Ann Unknown (Butler).

Ann Butler

     Ann Butler was the daughter of William Butler and Prudence? Osborn.

Benjamin Butler

     Mary Sargent married secondly Benjamin Butler on 4 July 1730 in Bradford, Yorkshire. He was described as Mr Butler of Bradford.

Bridget Butler

(circa 1849 - 20 February 1928)
     Bridget Butler was born circa 1849 in Kilkenny, Ireland. She was the daughter of Michael Butler and Ann Unknown.
Bridget Butler married John Nolan before 1869. They also had children Ann & Mary born 1871 at Mt Prospect and Catherine in 1872 at Bulla..
     Bridget died on 20 February 1928 in Northcote, Victoria.

Child of Bridget Butler and John Nolan

Jeffery Butler

(say 1645 - before 21 August 1677)
     Jeffery Butler was born say 1645. He was the son of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler).
Jeffery Butler married Ann Unknown (Butler). Jeffery was present at Mary Butler's christening on 18 January 1669/70 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     Jeffery Butler made a will dated 4 July 1677 in Barbados. The will of Jeffory Butler, gent of Christ Church parish 4 July 1677 [RB6/13, p.415] mentions his sister Mary Hallam.
     Jeffery died before 21 August 1677 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     His will was proved on 21 August 1677.

Children of Jeffery Butler and Ann Unknown (Butler)

Jeffery Butler

(before 1675 - )
     Jeffery Butler was born before 1675 in Barbados. He was the son of Jeffery Butler and Ann Unknown (Butler).

Lilian May Butler

( - 12 February 1975)
     Lilian May Butler was born in Tasmania.
Lilian May Butler married James Owen Clark, son of Owen Clark and Hannah Bullett, on 19 May 1926 in Victoria.
     Lilian died on 12 February 1975 in Yarram, Victoria. She was buried in Yarram.

Margaret Butler

     Margaret Butler married Matthew Handcock, son of Rev Elias Handcock and Catherine Smyth. They had at least 14 children.

Margery Butler

     Margery Butler was the daughter of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler).

Martha Butler

(circa 1750 - 2 January 1820)
     Martha Butler was born circa 1750.
Martha Butler married Robert Copperwheat, son of Charles Copperwheat and Mary Tomlyn, on 14 October 1776 in St Peter, Bedford, Bedfordshire. The banns were called at Cardington 2 Sep 1776.
     Martha was buried on 2 January 1820 in Essendon, Hertfordshire.

Children of Martha Butler and Robert Copperwheat

Mary Butler

(before 1640 - before 1 June 1678)
     Mary Butler was born before 1640. She was the daughter of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler).
Mary Butler married Edward Haddock in 1657 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     Mary Butler was mentioned in the will of Edward Haddock dated 2 July 1662.
Mary Butler married William Hallum on 23 March 1662/63 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     Mary died before 1 June 1678 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was buried on 1 June 1678 in Christ Church. Mary, ye wife of Wm Hallum.
     Mary Butler made a will dated 11 June 1678 in Christ Church, Barbados. Will of Mary Hallum, Christ Church parish, 11 June 1678: Mentions son Willliam Hallam; daughter Mary Hallam at 16; son Edward Haddock; daughter Elizabeth Ball; mother Margery (Coker?) (sic); brother William Butler. Signed Mary (X) Hallam. Witnessed by James (x) Farrell & Thomas Manwaring.
     Her will was proved on 5 July 1678 at Barbados.

Children of Mary Butler and Edward Haddock

Children of Mary Butler and William Hallum

Mary Butler

(18 January 1669/70 - )
     Mary Butler was christened on 18 January 1669/70 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was the daughter of Jeffery Butler and Ann Unknown (Butler).

Mary Butler

(say 1610 - August 1680)
     Mary Butler was born say 1610 in Ireland. Mary was the sister of James, 1st Duke of Ormonde, grand daughter of the 11th Earl of Ormond. 3rd daughter of Thomas Butler styled Viscount Thurles, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Poyntz.. She was the daughter of Thomas Butler Viscount Thurles.
     A marriage settlement between Mary Butler and Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) was made on 28 February 1635. An unpublished deed in the Ormond Collection records the marriage agreement between George Hamilton, knight of 'Dunelonge' and James earl of Ormond of 28 Feb 1635 regarding the marriage intended between Hamilton and Mary Butler, sister of the earl, which was to take place before the last day of April. This was followed up on 1 May 1640 by a grant to the same Sir George, referred to in this case as George Hamilton of Knockanderig in the county of Tipperary, knight and baronet, and Lady Mary Butler, specified as the sister of the earl, of the manor, castle, town and lands of Nenagh for 31 years.
Knockanderig was Knockaunderrick, the old name for Silvermines, some five miles south south west of Nenagh..
Mary Butler married Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong), son of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd, circa April 1635. They had six sons and three daughters..
     Mary died in August 1680.

Children of Mary Butler and Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong)

Lady Mary Butler

     Lady Mary Butler was born in Ireland. She was the sixth daughter of Walter, eleventh Earl of Ormonde. She was the daughter of Walter Butler 11th Earl of Ormonde.
     Lady Mary Butler married Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) as his second wife, circa 14 February 1630 in Ireland. She was the daughter of the 11th Earl of Ormond. and they moved to the south of Ireland.
     A marriage settlement between Lady Mary Butler and Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) was made on 14 February 1630 in Ireland. Walter agreed to pay Hamilton a marriage portion of £1800, After many years of struggle including some years in prison, in his efforts to regain his rightful inheritance of all the Ormond estates, Walter lived to see the reuniting of these vast estates with the marriage of his grandson and heir, James, to Elizabeth Preston, the grand daughter of Thomas 10th Earl of Ormond. Despite his good fortune the estates were still burdened with debts and, as the £1800 was not forthcoming, Walter now joined by his grandson James and his wife Elziabeth in a deed dated 16 April 1631 graned the manor, castle, town and lands of Roscrea to Sir George Hamilton and Dame Mary his wife for 21 years, in part payment of the dowry.

Child of Lady Mary Butler and Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw)

Michael Butler

     Michael Butler married Ann Unknown.

Child of Michael Butler and Ann Unknown

Thomas Butler

     Thomas Butler was the son of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler).

Thomas Butler Viscount Thurles

Child of Thomas Butler Viscount Thurles

Unknown Butler

     Unknown died in Barbados.
Unknown Butler married Margery Unknown (Butler).

Children of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler)

Walter Butler 11th Earl of Ormonde

Child of Walter Butler 11th Earl of Ormonde

William Butler

( - after 1678)
     William Butler was the son of Unknown Butler and Margery Unknown (Butler).
     William died after 1678 in Barbados. He was mentioned in the wills of his brother Jeffery & sister Mary..

William Butler

     William Butler married Prudence? Osborn, daughter of Robert Osborn.

Child of William Butler and Prudence? Osborn

Dorothy Butterfield

     Dorothy Butterfield married James Ryther on 9 August 1618 in Holy Trinity, York, Yorkshire.

Child of Dorothy Butterfield and James Ryther