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Horseman of Burton Pedwardine, Lincolnshire

Thomas Horseman,
mar Elizabeth Hussey [dau of Sir Robert Hussey by his wife Anne Say, dau of Sir Thomas Say],
wonder if she is connected to Hussey, Baron Hussey, of Sleaford, Lincolnshire, not found in HUSSEY in [Burkes Extinct],
wonder if she is connected to Hussey, Baronets, of Honington, Lincolnshire, not found in HUSSEY in [Burkes Extinct Baronetage],
he received grant of Burton Pedwardine, Lincolnshire (just SE of Sleaford, to the NE of Grantham) 1551,
had issue:

  1. Robert Horseman,
    of Burton Pedwardine, Lincolnshire,
    had issue:

    1. Elizabeth Horseman, born 1580,
      must be after her grandmother Elizabeth Hussey,
      mar 1603 to Peter Orby and had issue.

  2. Sir Thomas Horseman, born c.1536,
    "Bred in the family of the great Lord Burghley",
    lease of Chertsey, Surrey 1585 [pron. "Churtsey"],
    Chertsey Abbey had been dissolved 1537, Chertsey is SW Greater London, see map, Chertsey town centre lies close to the site of the old Abbey.

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