|Bastard of Charlton Marshall|
Charlton Marshall Manor, Dorset
Bastard family of Blandford Forum and Charlton Marshall
(1) Thomas Bastard (1686-1731) (q.v.);(2) John Bastard (1687-1770) (q.v.);(3) William Bastard (c.1689-1766) (q.v.);(4) Beata Bastard (1691-1777), said to have been born in 1691; married, 10 April 1732 at Tarrant Monkton (Dorset), William Benjafield of Blandford Forum; buried at Blandford Forum, 17 April 1777;
(5) Elizabeth Bastard (c.1693-1773), born about 1693; married, 10 October 1722 at Morden (Dorset), Nicholas Crumpler (1682-1746), son of John Crumpler, and had issue one son and four daughters; buried at Morden, 10 October 1773; will proved 1773;(6) Samuel Bastard (c.1695-1728), born about 1695; a ship modeller in the Royal Dockyard at Gosport (Hants), appointed Foreman, 1727; married 9 July 1719 at Rowner (Hants), Stoakes (1697-1748) (who m2, 19 February 1730 at Gosport, John Reed), daughter of Joseph Palmer of Stepney (Middx), shipwright, and had issue three sons (of whom the eldest, Thomas (1720-71), known as 'Thomas the elder' became a partner in the family architectural practice) and one daughter; buried at Gosport, 25 September 1728;(7) Benjamin Bastard (1698-1772); apprenticed to William Townesend of Oxford, mason, 1712; by 1720 he had established himself as a builder and monumental sculptor at Sherborne (Dorset), and buildings which are documented as his work include a house in Newland, Sherborne (later Lord Digby's School); the refronting of the Shire Hall in Dorchester, 1753-54 (later rebuilt) and the stables at Sherborne Castle; he amassed considerable property, including two inns, in the town of Sherborne, and was described as 'gent' by 1756; married, 30 November 1727 at Sherborne, Elizabeth (1690-1732), daughter of Thomas Prankerd and widow of John Hether, and had issue one son; died 5 March, and was buried at Castleton, Sherborne, 11 March 1772, where he and his son (who also died in 1772) were commemorated by a monument (now illegible);(8) Joseph Bastard (c.1699-1783), born about 1699; builder and surveyor at Sherborne St. John (Hants); married, before 1730, Elizabeth [surname unknown] and had issue two sons and one daughter; buried at Sherborne St. John, 31 December 1783;(9) Bridget Bastard (d. 1748); married, 22 September 1741 at Morden, Richard Dugdale (b. 1709), (who had been her brother John's apprentice in 1722), son of Philip Dugdale, yeoman, but had no issue; died 23 December and was buried at Blandford Forum, 24 December 1748;(10) Mary Bastard (fl. 1770); married William Elliott (fl. 1766) and had issue two sons and two daughters; living in 1770.
(1) John Bastard (1722-78), born 1722; apprenticed to his uncle, Benjamin Bastard of Sherborne (Dorset), 1738; and was subsequently a mason in London; he is recorded as working at Stoneleigh Abbey (Warks), the Dashwood mausoleum, West Wycombe (Bucks) and the Middlesex and Greenwich Hospitals near London, and lived at St Marylebone (Middx); he died unmarried, 14 August and was buried at Tarrant Keyneston, 25 August 1778, where he is described on his monument as 'mason and architect', although no works designed by him are known;(2) Sarah Bastard (b. 1723); probably died in infancy and more certainly before 1731*;(3) Thomas Bastard (1724-91) (q.v.);(4) William Bastard (1726-31); died young and was buried at Tarrant Keyneston, 28 May 1731;(5) Mary Bastard (1728-1804); married, 5 April 1752 at Corfe Mullen (Dorset), John Barfoot (d. 1777) of Wimborne Minster (Dorset), and had issue one son and two daughters; died 30 December 1804 and was buried at Blandford Forum, 4 January 1805.
|John Bastard (1687-1770) |
|William Bastard (c.1689-1766) |
(1) Thomas Horlock Bastard (1772-1849) (q.v.).
(1.1) Elizabeth Horlock Bastard (1794-1872), baptised at Charlton Marshall, 26 July 1794; married, 11 October 1819 at St Andrew, Holborn (Middx), Cmdr. John Brine RN (1787-1856) of Blandford, fourth son of Adm. James Brine, and had issue two sons; died 1 August and was buried at Blandford St Mary, 7 August 1872;(1.2) Thomas Horlock Bastard (1796-1898) (q.v.);(2.1) Rev. Henry Horlock Bastard (1812-93) (q.v.).
(1.1) Margaret Bastard (b. & d. 1845), baptised at Charlton Marshall, 5 March 1845; died young at Pittodrie House (Aberdeens.), 19 June 1845, and was buried at Kildrummy (Aberdeens.);(2.1) Eleanor Bastard (b. & d. 1859), born 20 October 1859; died in infancy, 4 December 1859.
(1) Eliza Horlock Bastard (1856-1942), born 25 December 1856 and was baptised at Dowlish Wake (Som.), 21 January 1857; a Sister of Mercy (as Sister Eliza Faith) at Clewer (Berks); died 24 January and was buried at Clewer, 27 January 1942; will proved 28 March 1942 (estate £1,902);(2) Henry Horlock Bastard (1858-95), born 15 March and baptised at Bishops Hull (Som.), 15 April 1858; educated at Sherborne School; after being apprenticed in the merchant navy, he became a planter at Keenagaha Ella, Ballangode (Sri Lanka); died 24 September 1895 and was buried at Littleham (Devon);(3) Anna Catherine Bastard (1859-60), baptised at Wilton, Taunton (Som.), 1 January 1860; died in infancy and was buried at Wilton, 1 January 1861;(4) Edward William Bastard (1862-1901), born 28 February 1862; educated at Wadham College, Oxford (matriculated 1881; BA 1885); played first class cricket for Somerset CCC; died 2 August, and was buried at Wilton (Som.), 6 April 1901;(5) Rev. John Muston Bastard (1863-1940) (q.v.);(6) James Mayo Bastard (1867-1907), baptised at Taunton, 17 February 1867; educated at Sherborne School and St John's College, Oxford (matriculated 1885; BA 1889; MA 1893); schoolmaster at Banstead (Surrey); died unmarried and was buried at Wilton, 5 January 1907;(7) Catherine Mary Bastard (1870-1944), born 21 August 1870; married, 4 August 1896, William Ernest Whitaker; died 12 March 1944; will proved 1 June 1944 (estate £26,773).
|Rev. John Muston Bastard (1863-1940) |
(1) Hilda Mary Sibyl Bastard (1898-1995), born 22 May and was baptised at Trull, 29 June 1898; married, 1924, John Sykes Gorst (1884-1969), motor engineer, and had issue four sons; died aged 96 on 28 April 1995; will proved 6 July 1995 (estate under £125,000).
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