|Baesh of Stanstead Bury|
Stanstead Bury, Stanstead Abbotts, Hertfordshire
|Stanstead Bury: an engraving of the house from the east by J. Drapentier, published in Chauncy's history of Hertfordshire in 1700. |
Note the gatehouse on the left and the second house peeking out from behind the main building.
|Stanstead Bury: the house in 1798, before the demolition of the second house and the reconstruction of the south wing. |
Image: Historic England/estate of A.G. Trower.
|Stanstead Bury: the west (entrance) front today, with the semi-timbered staircase tower on the right.|
Baesh alias Bashe family of Stanstead Bury
(2.1) Ralph Baesh (d. 1598) (q.v.);
(2.2) William Baesh; living in 1587 but said to have drowned under London Bridge.
(1) Ralph Baesh; died in infancy;(2) Edward Baesh (1594-1653) (q.v.);(3) William Baesh; probably died young;(4) Frances Baesh (d. 1596); died in infancy, 20 July 1596.
(1) Edward Bashe (fl. 1590-1625) (q.v.),
(2.1) Edward Bashe (c.1621-c.1645); educated at St Catherine's College, Cambridge (admitted 1639); died unmarried aged 24 and was buried at Stanstead Abbotts;(2.2) Sir Ralph Bashe (c.1623-c.1663) (q.v.);(2.3) Philadelphia Bashe; married, before 1648, Michael Lilly of Great Parndon (Essex) and Yardley (Herts), and had issue one daughter.
(1) Sir Edward Bashe (c.1653-1708) (q.v.);(2) Anne Bashe (d. c.1700?); married Sir William Duncombe (1658-1706), 2nd and last bt., of Tangley (Surrey) but died without issue; she predeceased her husband but her date of death has not been traced.
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Can you help?
- As noted at the head of this article, the genealogical information for this family is unusually deficient, and I should be most grateful to anyone who can provide additional information from reliable sources. I am always particularly pleased to hear from current owners or the descendants of families associated with a property who can supply information from their own research or personal knowledge for inclusion.
- I should be most grateful if anyone can provide portraits of any of the people whose names appear in bold above.