Swinburne of Westgate, Northumberland
It is unclear how this branch of the family links to the Capheaton Swinburne's but probably through Anthony Swinburne mentioned 1526 and 1532, (son of William Swinburne VII) who was perhaps the father of:
WILLIAM SWINBURN, of Newcastle, buried 6 September 1592; inv. 12 March 1593/4
ANTHONY SWINBURNE, of Westgate (possibly baptised 1 April 1583 St. Nicholas, Newcastle, son of William Swinburnee); land deed 1641/2 for the Manor House of Morton, consideration £800f; buried 16 August 1655; married 10 October 1610 St. Nicholas, Newcastle ISABEL SURTEES (dau. and co-heir of THOMAS SURTEES of Newcastle), aged 32 on 9 November 1629, buried 14 January 1665/6 (issue - see below)
? BARBARA SWINBURNE, baptised 27 December 1584 St. Nicholas, Newcastle, daughter of William Swinburnee
? ISABELL SWINBURNE, baptised 18 November 1588 St. Nicholas, Newcastle, daughter of William Swinburnee
Anthony and Isabel (Surtees) were parents of:
WILLIAM SWINBURNE of Newcastle (possibly baptised 27 April 1613 St. Nicholas, Newcastle, son of Anthony Swinburnee), inv. 1668, admon. 14 April 1668 to his widow Anne, married ANNE EDEN (dau. of ROBERT EDEN, of West Auckland, Durham)
? MARYE SWINBORN, baptised 13 October 1618 St. Nicholas, Newcastle, daughter of Anthonye Swinborne
William and Anne (Eden) were parents of:
SURTEES SWINBURNE of Newcastle, merchant; born 1658, baptised St. Andrews, Auckland 17 February 1658; Will dated 10 January 1717; married (marriage settlement 15 April 1691) 18 June 1691 Jarrow JANE ELLISON (daughter of CUTHBERT ELLISON of Hebburn)
Surtees and Jane (Ellison) were parents of:
JANE SWINBURNE, baptised 30 August 1692 Newcastle St. John
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, baptised 13 July 1693 Newcastle St. John, died young?
CUTHBERT SWINBURNE, of Longwitton, baptised 20 August 1696 Newcastle St. John; Will dated 29 November 1729, proved 1730; married (marriage settlement dated 1 September 1718f) 29 December 1718 Newcastle St. Nicholas MARGARET STEPHENSON (daughter and co-heir of JOHN STEPHENSON of Newcastle, Merchant and MARGARET CUTHBERT), she received many small bequests from her mother's Will dated 26 October 1725, in a codicil of which dated 16 June 1729 her mother states that no part of her estate be lent to Cuthbert; property papers dated 19-20 December 1744f; she died 19 August 1760, "Wednesday night, at her house in Westgate, after a lingering illness, which she bore with uncommon fortitude, Mrs. Swinburn, relict of Cuthbert Swinburn of Longwitton, esq., a lady universally respected for her steady friendship and affability: most tender and affectionate parent, and whose character, charity and benevolence to the poor, makes her death much and deservedly regretted."- Newcastle Courant 23 August 1760 (issue - see below).
ANNE SWINBURNE, baptised 29 November 1694 Newcastle St. John
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, Vicar of Findon, Sussex (see picture to left - St. John the Baptist Church, Findon, Sussex); baptised 17 September 1700 Newcastle St. John; Will proved 21 October 1751 London, Fellow of St. Mary Magdalene College, Oxford and Longwitton, Northumberland; married c.1739 ANNE PINNELL (dau. of Rev. JOHN PINNELL, Vicar of Fittleworth, Sussex and ANNE PRATTENTON); died 1793, "Died lately at Midhurst, Sussex, Mrs. Swinburne, mother of Mrs. Widdrington of Hauxley in Northumberland" - Newcastle Courant 21 Dec.1793 Her brother JOHN PINNELL made a Will dated 3 October 1794 and proved 18 August 1798 leaving bequests to five Swinburn nephews and a niece if his daughter Anne, married to William Sammon, died without issue (issue - see below).
ROBERT SWINBURNE, MA., baptised 6 February 1705 Newcastle St. John, Lecturer of All Saints, Newcastle (see picture to right); of Hebburn, Durham 1760; died without issue 17 April 1761 (youngest son), "Yesterday died after a tedious illness, which he bore with great resignation, the Rev. Mr. Robert Swinburn, Morning Lecturer of All Saints Church. He was diligent and an excellent preacher, of an exemplary life and conversation, and is deservedly lamented by his parishioners" - Newcastle Courant 18 April 1761, married 26 July 1748 Heworth SUSANNAH ELLISON of Hebburn, Newcastle, born about 1709, will proved 1781, "died Wednesday at her house in Green Court, aged 72, Mrs. Swinburne, relict of the Rev'd Mr. Swinburne, late Lecturer of All Saints in this town, a lady greatly respected by all her friends and acquaintance" - Newcastle Courant 15 September 1781
Cuthbert and Margaret (Stephenson) were parents of:
MARGARET SWINBURNE, (possibly baptised 3 November 1719 Newcastle St. John); papers relating to her interest in the Manors of Frosterley and Rogerley and Ellergill in Stanhope, Durham from grandmother Margaret Stephenson's Will dated 1725, also the leasehold estate 'Love Lady Shiel', Alston Moor, Cumberlandf; married 15 November 1751 Hartburn, Northumberland ANTHONY ASKEW of London "Yesterday morning was married at Hartburn, Anthony Askew, Esq., Doctor of Physick, and eldest son of Dr. Adam Askew, an eminent Physician of this town, to Miss Swinburn of Westgate Street, a very agreeable lady, and possessed of all those qualifications requisite to adorn and render the marriage state happy with a fortune upwards of £10,000" - Newcastle Courant 16 November 1751
? SURTIS SWINBURNE, baptised 13 April 1721 Newcastle St. John
JOHN SWINBURNE, of Longwitton, (possibly baptised 18 October 1722 Newcastle St. John, son of Cuthbert); property acquisitions from mother 1752; purchased Coxhoe estate (including Quarrington Colliery) between 1765-1769f; died 4 February 1773, "Thursday at his seat at Coxhoe in the co. of Durham, John Swinburn, esq., a gentleman greatly esteemed for his affability and generous disposition." (Newcastle Courant 6 February, 1773), "Tuesday the remains of John Swinburn, esq., were interred in the family vault in St. Nicholas, attended only by his tennants: He served the office of High Sheriff for the County of Northumberland in the year 1755." - (Newcastle Courant 13 February 1773); Will at Durham Record Office; married SARAH BURDON (daughter and heir of THOMAS BURDON of Coxhoe, co. Durham) "On Sunday the 12th inst., was married at the Chapel of Longacre, London, John Swinburn of Longwitton in the Co. of Northumberland, esq., to Miss Burdon of this place, sister and heir of Henry Burdon late of West Jesmond in the co. Northumberland, esq., deceased. A beautiful lady with a fortune of £40,000 whose natural good disposition, improved by the best example and education, has ever made her greatly valued and esteemed by all her friends and acquaintance, and whose fortune is looked upon as the least valuable part of her."
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, of Longwitton, (possibly baptised 22 September 1724 Newcastle St. John, son of Cuthbert); died without issue 6 November 1781, ("Died Tuesday night at Longwitton, William Swinburn, esq., greatly and deservedly lamented. In him the virtues of the Christian with the amiable affability of the gentleman were happily united. A delicate sense of honour, a distinguished probity, and a disinterested benevolence, were the striking features of his character. His disconsolate widow, his afflicted servants, and dependants, and the poor in general, will long deplore his loss of the tender and affectionate husband, the kind and generous master, the cheerful and liberal benefactor, for he was truly the friend of mankind."- Newcastle Courant 10 November 1781), will dated 10 November 1776, proved 1782, married September 1754 MARGARET FENWICK, born about 1723; "Last week was married at Harringate, William Swinburn, esq., of Longwitton in the co. Northumberland to Miss Fenwick, sister of William Fenwick, esq., of Bywell, a young lady deservedly beloved, admired and esteemed by all her acquaintence, with a large fortune"; died 1798 aged 75
William and Anne (Pinnell) were parents of:
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, baptised 10 August 1740 Findon, Sussex (see picture to left - Findon Village - June 2004); Captain 36th Regiment, 1780; mentioned in the Will of his uncle John Pinnell 1794, bequeathed £400 in the event of Pinnell's daughter Anne dying without issue; Lt. Col. 1796; died 1805, married DOROTHY DODDS (daughter of ISAAC DODDS of Warkworth) issue - see below.
JANE SWINBURNE, baptised 25 August 1741 Findon, Sussex; married Midhurst, Sussex 21 October 1762 JOHN WIDDRINGTON of Hauxley, "Thursday se'night was married at Midhurst Sussex Mr. John Widdrington an eminent Merchant here to Miss Swinburn, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Swinburn of that place and niece of the late Rev. Mr. Swinburn, Lecturer of All Saints, of this town." - Newcastle Courant 30 October 1762 Jane is mentioned in the Will of her uncle John Pinnell but with no legacy 'not out of any disregard or want of affection but as she is married to a Gentleman of Considerable ffortune'
ANN SWINBURNE, baptised 20 July 1743 Findon, Sussex, married Rev. FRANCIS ATKINS, B.A. Rector of St. Mary Magdalene and St. Denys Church, Midhurst, Sussex 1758-1796 (see picture to right)
JOHN SWINBURNE, baptised 27 June 1744 Findon, Sussex; mentioned in the Will of his uncle John Pinnell 1794, bequeathed £200 in the event of Pinnell's daughter Anne dying without issue
MARGARET SWINBURNE, baptised 23 June 1745 Findon, Sussex; mentioned in the Will of her uncle John Pinnell 1794, bequeathed £500 in the event of her cousin Mrs. Anne Sammon dying without issue; the Will of Margaret Swinburn, Spinster of Midhurst, Sussex was proved London 13 April 1810
JAMES SWINBURNE, baptised 28 June 1747 Findon, Sussex; mentioned 1773
SURTEES SWINBURNE, baptised 3 December 1748 Findon, Sussex; Surgeon of Midhurst, Sussex (see picture to left); mentioned in the Will of his uncle John Pinnell 1794, bequeathed £200 in the event of his cousin Mrs. Anne Sammon dying without issue; he made a Will dated 21 March 1823 and proved London 22 March 1833 leaving all of his property to MARY SWINBURN of Midhurst, Spinster; Anne Sammon died in 1832 having bequeathed income from her property to Surtees for his lifetime and having also willed that after his death it should be divided equally between the children of his eldest brother William, she also left £300 to Mary Swinburne; Surtees died in 1833 whilst of Keynsham, Somerset and his Will was proved in London 22 March 1833, Mary Swinburne of Midhurst, Spinster was the sole beneficiary and Joseph Drewe, a creditor of the deceased (and possibly a relative of his niece Susannah's husband) was the executor
ROBERT SWINBURNE, mentioned in the Will of his uncle John Pinnell 1794, bequeathed £200 in the event of his cousin Mrs. Anne Sammon dying without issue; the Will, dated 23 February 1810, of Robert Swinburn, Gentleman of Midhurst, Sussex was proved London 3 March 1823 by his brother Surtees, the sole executor and beneficiary
MATTHEW SWINBURNE, baptised 14 January 1749 Findon, Sussex
William and Dorothy (Dodds) were parents of:
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, Lieutenant of the Meleagar Frigate, Royal Navy; made a Will on or about 29 November 1806 witnessed and later testified to by Joseph Fabrian, bequeathing his estate to his mother for life then equally between his brother and two sisters, he named his uncle Surtees Swinburne as his executor; the Will was proved in London 22 July 1808
JOHN SWINBURNE, a Captain in the Army; bequeathed £300 by Anne Sammon in her Will proved 1832; he is probably the John Swinburne who died 27 July 1861 at Nursling, Southampton, a Major-General in the Army, admon. August 1861 [effects under £100] left unadministered by Jane Swinburne, widow, then granted at Winchester 7 July 1863 to ISABEL CASTLEMAN, wife of Charles Castleman of Lyndhurst, the daughter of deceased; married JANE BURGE (daughter of JOHN BURGE of Castle Cory, Somerset), she died 13 April 1863 at The Close, Salisbury, admon. 16 June 1863 to daughter Isabel Castleman, effects under £300issue - see below.
JANE SWINBURNE, mentioned in the Will of Anne Sammon 1825 and 1827 as 'now or lately residing between Bath and Bristol', bequeathed £300 and an equal share with her brother and sister of the reversion of the income inherited by Surtees Swinburne from Mrs. Sammon; married Rev. J. BUCKER
SUSANNAH SWINBURNE, married before 1825 JOHN DREW; Susannah, wife of Mr. Drew of Keynsham near Bristol, is mentioned in the Will of Anne Sammon 1825 and its 1st codicil 1827, she received the same legacies as her sister and brother
John and Jane (Burge) were parents of:
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, he is probably the William Swinburn who was born c.1826 Kleyns?, Somersetshire and who appears on the 1871 census at Upham Cottage, Bishops Waltham, Hampshire aged 45 with wife and 3 children, Commander in the Royal Navy; he died 25 April 1871 at Upham and left a will which was proved at Winchester with effects of £450 to his wife, sole executrix; married (possibly reg.Q2 1864 Southampton) EMILY FREDERICA ELIZABETH, born c.1843 Belgium, she is on the 1881 census, a widow, at 11 The Crescent, Alverstoke, Hampshire with her 2 daughters and on the 1901 census at Littleham, Devon aged 59, 'living on own means'; she died 21 October 1902 whilst living at 7 Alexandra Terrace, Exmouth, Devon, admon. granted 2 February 1903 London to John Castleman Swinburne-Hanham, effects £707, resworn January 1904 at £684 (issue - see below)
JOHN SWINBURNE, Major, 32nd Regiment; married (reg. Q3 Wimborne, Dorset) 1855, EDITH MARY CASTLEMAN (third daughter of EDWARD CASTLEMAN of Chettle, Dorset), she died 30 July 1876, admon. dated 27 October 1884 to son John, her personal estate was £5887 (issue - see below)
ISABEL SWINBURNE, possibly married CHARLES CASTLEMAN, of Lyndhurst, Hampshire, and administered the estates of each of her parents in 1863
William and Emily Frederica Elizabeth were parents of:
WILLIAM SWINBURNE, born c.1864 Co. Antrim, Ireland; on 1871 census, a scholar aged 7, with parents
ELEANOR SWINBURNE, born c.1865 Co. Antrim, Ireland; on 1871 census with parents, a scholar aged 6; on 1881 census with mother, aged 14
EVELYN MARY SWINBURNE, born (reg. Q1 Droxford, Hampshire) 1867 Upham, Hampshire; on 1871 census with parents and 1881 with mother, aged 12
John and Edith Mary (Castleman) were parents of:
JOHN CASTLEMAN SWINBURNE-HANHAM, of Manston, Dorset; J.P. Dorset; Recorder of Faversham; born 1860 (birth reg. Q1 1861 Wimborne, Dorset), eldest son. John was educated at Rugby School. He took the additional surname of HANHAM in 1888. He was called to the Bar, Middle Temple, in 1889 and joined the Western Circuit. He was Chairman of the Dorset Quarter Sessions 1923-1933 and was sometime member of the Dorset County Council. He spent some years at sea and held the Board of Trade Certificate of Competency. He contested the Labour seat of Hampstead in the 1892 parliamentary elections and that of East Somerset in 1895. He was author of the 'District Councillors' Handbook'. His hobby was sailing. He lived at 106 Goldhurst Terrace, South Hampstead, London. He died on 15 January 1935 at Northumberland House, Green Lane, Finsbury Park whilst of 106 Goldhurst Terrace, probate granted London 11 March 1935 to widow and George Wren Howard, Publisher, effects £19,399; John married (reg. Q4 Hampstead) 1889 ELIZABETH MARIAN SPENCER WELLS (third daughter of Sir THOMAS SPENCER WELLS, 1st Baronet), born c.1863 London, she is on the 1891 census at 18a Goldhurst Terrace, London, aged 28; she died 15 June 1944 whilst of Bramble Cottage, Kings Avenue, Eastbourne, Sussex, Probate granted Llandudno 2 October 1944 to George Wren Howard, Publisher, and Harold Frederick Rubinstein, solicitor, effects £28,237 issue - see below
SURTEES SWINBURNE, born (reg. Q1) 1863 Chattle, Wimborne, Dorset; he was a scholar aged 18, at Old Town, Stratford, Warwickshire at the 1881 census; died unmarried 1 June 1885 at Sequin Guadalupe County, Texas, U.S.A. (late of Manston House, Dorset); admon. dated 4 May 1885 (personal estate £10,589) to brother John of Manston House, Dorset
John and Elizabeth Marian (Spencer Wells) were parents of:
EILEEN SWINBURNE-HANHAM, born (reg.Q4 Hampstead) 1892; married (reg.Q2 Hampstead) 1915 JOHN W. HOWARD
BARBARA SWINBURNE-HANHAM, born (reg. Q2) 1899 Thanet; Junior Commander Auxiliary Territorial Service (formerly Womens Transport Service); died 24 February 1944 aged 44 at Elizabeth Garratt Anderson Hospital, St. Pancras, London, whilst of 16 Mount Square, Hampstead, spinster, memorial Golders Green Crematorium, Middlesex, probate granted Llandudno 17 April 1944 to Stanley Jack Rubinstein, Harold Frederick Rubinstein and Ronald Francis Rubinstein, solicitors, effects £9,251