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Bisshopp, of Parham, co. Sussex (E Baronet, 1620 - 1870)

 

Creation: let.pat. 24 Jul 1620

 

Extinct: 27 Jan 1870

 

Family name: Bisshopp

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Arms:

Argent on a Bend cottised Gules three Bezants

Crest:

On a Ducal Coronet Or a Griffin sejant Argent resting the dexter claw on an Escutcheon of the last

Motto:

Pro Deo et Ecclesia (For God and the Church)

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Sir Thomas Bisshopp, 1st Bt.

son and heir of Thomas Bisshopp, of Henfield, co. Sussex, by his wife Elizabeth Scott, widow of William Scott, and illegit. dau. of Sir Edward Belknap

born

c. 1550

mar. (1)

19 Sep 1577 Anne Cromer (dsp.), dau. of William Cromer, of Tunstall, co. Kent

mar. (2)

Jane Weston, dau. of Sir Richard Weston, of Sutton, co. Surrey, by his wife Jane Dister, dau. of John Dister, of Bergholt, co. Essex

children by second wife

1. Sir Edward Bisshopp, 2nd Bt.

1. a dau, mar. John Alford, and had issue

died

1626

created

24 Jul 1620 a Baronet of England, styled "of Parhmn, co. Sussex"

suc. by

son by second wife

note

admitted to the Inner Temple 1578; Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex 1584-85 and 1601-02;  Member of Parliament for Gatton 1584-85 and for Steyning 1586-87 and 1604-11; purchased the estate of Parham 1597; knighted 1603

 

Sir Edward Bisshopp, 2nd Bt.

born

c. 1601

mar.

c. 1626 Lady Mary Tufton (d. 1663), 4th dau. of Nicholas [Tufton], 1st Earl of Thanet, by his wife Lady Frances Cecil, 5th dau. of Thomas [Cecil], 1st Earl of Exeter, by his first wife Hon Dorothy Nevill, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of John [Nevill], 4th Baron Latymer

children

1. Sir Thomas Bisshopp, 3rd Bt.

2. Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 4th Bt.

1. Diana Bisshopp (d. 15 Mar 1693), mar. as his second wife Sir George Warburton, 1st Bt., of Arley, and had issue

2. Frances Bisshopp (d. 14 Dec 1694), mar. 2 May 1642 Sir Henry Goring, 2nd Bt., of Highden, and had issue

3. Christian Bisshopp, mar. as his second wife Sir Thomas Cobb, 1st Bt., of Adderbury, co. Oxford, and had issue

4. Bridget Bisshopp, mar. (1) 1656 Edward Goddard, of Standen Hussey and Cliffe Pypard, co. Wiltshire (d. 1684), 1st son and heir of Francis Goddard, of Standen Hussey and Cliffe Pypard, co. Wiltshire, by his wife Sarah Hungerford, dau. by his second wife of Sir Anthony Hungerford, of Black Bourton and Farley Castle (d. 1684), (2) John Kasper Keiling, and (3) 1714 Thomas Young, and had issue by her first husband

died

Apr 1649

suc. by

son

note

matric. at Oxford 1619;  admitted to the Inner Temple 1620;  knighted 1625; Member of Parliament for Steyning 1626 and for Bramber 1640; Sheriff of Sussex 1636-37;  Governor of Arundel Castl for King Charles I 1643; his estates were sequestrated and he compounded for £7,500 Oct 1645 (subsequently reduced to £4,790)

 

Sir Thomas Bisshopp, 3rd Bt.

bapt.

3 Dec 1627

died

1652

suc. by

brother

 

Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 4th Bt.

born

c. 1635

mar.

17 Jun 1666 Sarah Bury (b. 11 Sep 1650; bur. 12 Mar 1679 at Culham, co. Oxford), dau. and hrss. of George Bury, of Culham, co. Oxford

children

1. Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 5th Bt.

1. Mary Bisshopp, mar. Thomas Mannock, of Great Bromley Hall (dsp.), 2nd son of Sir Francis Mannock, 2nd Bt., of Gifford's Hall, by his wife Mary Heneage, dau. of  Sir George Henage, of Hainton, co. Lincoln

2. Christian Bisshopp (d. 30 Aug 1765). mar. Sir Robert Fagge, 3rd Bt., of Wiston, co. Sussex, and had issue

died

3 Jun 1705 (bur. at Parham, co. Sussex)

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Bramber 1662-79

 

Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 5th Bt.

born

???

mar.

Elizabeth Dunch, dau. and hrss. of Henry Dunch, of Newington, co. Oxford (by his wife Anne Dormer, only dau. of William Dormer, of Ascot, Sheriff of Oxfordshire), 2nd son of Edmund Dunch, Sheriff of Berkshire and Governor of Wallingford Castle, created Baron Burnell under the Commonwelth (by his wife Bridget Hungerford, dau. and hrss. of Sir Anthony Hungerford, of Down Ampney), son and heir of Sir William Dunch, of Little Wittenham, co. Berkshire, by his wife Mary Cromwell, dau. by his first wife of Sir Henry Cromwell, of Hinchinbrook, co. Cambridge, and aunt of Oliver Cromwell, the Lord Protector

children

1. Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 6th Bt.

1. Mary Bisshopp (d. 29 Oct 1739), mar. 1719 John [Dormer], 7th Baron Dormer, and had issue

died

25 Oct 1725

suc. by

son

 

Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 6th Bt.

born

???

mar.

1726 Hon Anne Boscawen (b. 17 Feb 1703/4; bur. 11 May 1749 at Parham, co. Sussex), 2nd dau. of Hugh [Boscawen], 1st Viscount Falmouth, by his wife Charlotte Godfrey, dau. and cohrss. of Col Charles Godfrey, by his wife Arabella Churchill, mistress of King James II & VII, sister of John [Churchill], 1st Duke of Marlborogh, and dau. of Sir Winston Churchill, Comptroller of the Board of Green Cloth, by his wife Elizabeth Drake, sister of Sir John Drake, 1st Bt., of Ashe, co. Devon, and 3rd dau. of Sir John Drake, of Ashe, co. Devon

children

1. Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 7th Bt.

2. Edward Bisshopp, of Chiswick, co. Middlesex (d. 1792), mar. Jane Atkinson, dau. of William Atkinson, of Pall Mall, London, and had issue:

1a. Very Rev Sir George Bisshopp, 9th Bt., Dean of Lismore

1. Charlotte Bisshopp (d. 16 May 1762), mar. 1751 Sir William Maynard, 4th Bt., of Walthamstow, co. Essex, and had issue

2. Anne Bishopp (d. 8 Oct 1803), mar. 27 Jan 1759 Col Hon Robert Brudenell (b. 20 Sep 1726; d. 20 Oct 1768), 3rd son of George [Brudenell], 3rd Earl of Cardigan, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Bruce, 1st dau. by his first wife of Thomas [Bruce], 3rd Earl of Elgin & 2nd Earl of Ailesbury, and had issue

3. Catharine Bishopp (b. 30 Nov 1744; d. 1 Oct 1827), mar. (1) 1767 Sir Charles Cope, 2nd Bt., of Brewerne, co. Oxford, and (2) 22 Jun 1782 as his second wife Charles [Jenkinson], 1st Earl of Liverpool, and had issue by both husbands

died

15 Jun 1778

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Penrhyn 1727-34 and for Boroughridge 1755-61 and 1761-68; Superintendant of His Majesty's Founderies 1775-78

 

Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 7th Bt.

born

???

mar.

8 Jan 1750 Susan Hedges (d. 1 Dec 1791), 1st dau. and only child that had issue of Charles Hedges, of Finchley, co. Middlesex, by his wife Catherine Tate, 1st dau. of Bartholomew Tate, of Delapré Abbey, co. Northampton

children

1. Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 8th Bt., later 12th Baron Zouche of Haryngworth

2. Col Henry Bisshopp, of Storrington, co. Sussex, mar., and had issue

1a. Elizabeth Bisshopp, mar. 1801 John Allen Lloyd (b. 22 Mar 1777; dvp. Oct 1805), 1st son and heir of John Lloyd, of Ffos-y-Bleiddied. Mabws and Ystrad Teilo, Sheriff of Pembrokeshire, by his wife Elinor Allen, only child of John Allen, of Dale Castle, Sheriff of Pembrokeshire, by his wife Mary Stepney, 2nd dau. of Sir John Stepney, 5th Bt., of Prendergast Place, and had issue

bur.

10 Sep 1779 at Bath Abbey

suc. by

son

 

Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 8th Bt., later 12th Baron Zouche of Haryngworth FRS

born

29 Dec 1753

mar.

27 Jun 1782 Harriet Anne Southwell (b. c. 1760; d. 10 Dec 1839), only dau. and hrss of William Southwell, of Frampton, co. Gloucester, by his second wife Arabella Pye, dau. of Henry Pye, of Faringdon, co. Buckinghm

children

1. Lt-Col Cecil Bisshopp (b. 25 Jun 1783; dvpsp. 11 Jul 1713), mar. 6 Apr 1805 Lady Charlotte Barbara Townshend (dvpsp. 3 Oct 1807), 1st dau. of George [Townshend], 2nd Marquess Townshend, by his wife Charlotte Ellerker, 1st dau. of  Eaton Mainwaring later Ellerker, of Risby Park, co. York

2. Charles Bisshopp (dvp. unm. 10 May 1808)

1. Hon Harriet Ann Bisshopp, later suo jure Baroness Zouche of Haryngworth

2. Hon Katherine Annabella Bisshopp (b. 1 Dec 1791; d. 29 Jul 1871), mar. 1 Aug 1826 Vice-Admiral Sir George Richard  Brooke-Pechell, 4th Bt., and had issue

died

11 Nov 1828

suc. by

dau. in the Barony of Zouche of Haryngworth and cousin in the Baronetcy of Bisshopp

note

Member of Parliament for New Shoreham 1780-90 and 1796-1806; on the death of the 8th Baronet Parham Park passed to his eldest daughter

 

Very Rev Sir George Bisshopp, 9th Bt., Dean of Lismore

born

5 Jul 1791

mar.

17 May 1820 Catherine Elizabeth Sproale (d. 1832), 3rd dau. of Capt Andrew Sproale RN

children

1. Ven Sir Cecil Augustus Bisshopp, 10th Bt.

2. Sir George Bisshopp, 11th Bt.

3. Sir Edward Cecil Bisshopp, 12th Bt.

died

22 Mar 1834

suc. by

son

note

Archdeacon of Agbadoe 1816-34; Dean of Lismore 1831-34; Sub-Dean of Dublin Castle Chapel

 

Ven Sir Cecil Augustus Bisshopp, 10th Bt.

born

6 Jul 1821

mar.

Jan 1843 Mary Bickerton Hillyar (mar. (2) 15 Apr 1857 Walter Long, of Rood Ashton, co. Wiltshire (d. 1867); d. 1 Mar 1891), 1st dau. of Rear-Admiral Sir James Hillyar KCB KCH RN, of Tor House, co. Devon, by his wife Mary Taylor, 2nd dau. of Nathaniel Taylor, Naval Storekeeper at Malta

dspms.

22 Jan 1849

suc. by

brother

note

Archdeacon of Malta and Chaplain to the Bishop of Gibraltar

 

Capt Sir George Bisshopp, 11th Bt.

born

10 Apr 1823

died

15 Dec 1865

suc. by

brother

note

Capt in the 12th Regiment of Foot; retired 1853

 

Capt Sir Edward Cecil Bisshopp, 12th Bt. RN

born

23 Feb 1826

mar.

13 Apr 1847 Mary Taylor (mar. (2) 1880 Count Quarto, of Colle Felice, Maddaloni, Naples), dau. of Rear-Admiral .... Taylor, Brazilian Navy

died

s.p. 27 Jan 1870

note

served in the Syrian War and in 1840 was at the bombardmnt of St Jean d'Acre

 

 

On the death of the 12th Baronet the Baronetcy of Bisshopp of Parham, co. Sussex, became extinct.

 

First written 11 Apr 2021

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