Multiple Edward Mashburns

mga-logo-transparentEmail exchange between Pamela Herring Mashburn and Steve Allen Mashburn.

From: Pamela Herring Mashburn
To: steveallenmashburn@hotmail.com
Re: Edward Mashburne, St. Dunstan in the West
Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 12:46:56 -0400

Steve,

I was thinking about getting the price to order these documents from the UK Archives. I was wondering if you knew the contents and if this is in reference to Edward, born about 1650?

National Archives Catalogue; Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury; Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Other Probate Jurisdictions
Scope and content: Mashburne, Edward, of St. Dunstan in the West, [London]
Covering Dates: 1689 27 Aug.

Also, do you know anything about the Edward Marshbourne, Mayor of Brackley in 1648?

Thanks for you time and especially your website.

Pamela Herring Mashburn


From: steveallenmashburn@hotmail.com
To: Pamela Herring Mashburn
RE: Edward Mashburne, St. Dunstan in the West
Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 19:07:17 +0000

Pam —

I have seen this [record] also listed at English Origins, I believe, and was very excited for surely this is the Edward who married Sarah Sindery and then Elizabeth Nash. This may be an important document because it may contain some data that will help with some connections. I am interested if James, who was a Church of England priest, was connected to our family (a possible brother to our Edward the schoolmaster).

I have just not had the time or money to spend on this item although it is a very important thing to do. If you do order it I would love to hear what it contains.

Also, do you know anything about the Edward Marshbourne, Mayor of Brackley in 1648?

I know a good bit about Brackley and its history — too much to type out — not too much actual Mashburn genealogy. There were several Mashburns who served on the town council and as mayor—they were tradesmen — brewers, tanners, etc.

I am updating the rootsweb site to mashburngenealogy.com I hope to have a lot of the early stuff up this summer.


From: Pamela Herring Mashburn
To: steveallenmashburn@hotmail.com
RE: Edward Mashburne, St. Dunstan in the West
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 20:31:17 -0400

Steve,

You’ve probably already considered this and have the answer. On one of your posts in 2005, you were questioning the Burial record in London for Edward Mashborn, 11 Nov 1713. You asked if the schoolmaster returned to England and why? Is it possible he went to take care of his mother’s affairs? I assume the PCC Wills 1701-1749, Elizabeth Mashborne/Lloyd, 1713 Jan is her. Do you have a copy of her will?

Pam


From: steveallenmashburn@hotmail.com
To: Pamela Herring Mashburn
RE: Edward Mashburne, St. Dunstan in the West
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2010 05:22:52 +0000

Pam,

I now believe the 1713 burial of Edward Mashburn is that of Captain Edward Mashborne who was a Lt Governor of St Helena in the Atlantic He would have been shipped back to England – this was very common since the island was no place to spend eternity.

His relationship to out family is unknown but I suppose him to be a cousin of some sort.


From: Pam Herring
To: Steve Mashburn
RE: Edward Mashburne, St. Dunstan in the West‏
Date: 03 June 2010

Steve,

In the “Extracts from the St. Helena Records”, compiled by Janisch, Gov. of St. Helena, 1885, page 83:31st March 1715 – Capt. Mashborne, 3rd in the Council died.

Edward, buried 1713 must be one of the other “undiscovered” Edwards, and cousin! I’m amazed at how many are turning up.