b. est. 1590 South Yorkshire - d. Jan 8 1658 (gedcom)
Deed referenced at British National Archives, Kew. Said to be held by Doncaster Archives but I cannot find it on their system. Reference: DZ MZ 62/D/1,
Title: Bargain and sale,
(1) Thomas Vincent of Warmsworth, gent, trustee to Sarah Yarborough
(2) Sarah Yarborough of Balne Hall, widow of Edmund Yarborough
:The land purchased in trust for (2) from Thomas Lewis of Marr for £670, namely: lands in the parishes of Hemsworth, Hyndley and Felkirk, 2 messuages called Bissethouse and Chantryhouse, Becke Close (8 acres), Nar Park (7 acres), Somer Close (20 acres), 2 crofts and a close (8 acres), Snetherwood (30 acres), Orgreaves (17 acres), Burnturfe (3 acres), Snetherwood Spring (8 acres), Robinwood and Orgreaves Spring (5 acres), Vicar Land (26 acres), and arable land in the fields of Hemsworth occupied by Roger Dudworth.
Date: 28 May 1632
Wormley-33 created 8 Aug 2014 23:05 - Sarah was born about 1615. Sarah Wormley
National Archives (UK) states that Edmond Yarborough of Balne Hall, co. York. & wife Sarah (a co-heir of Thomas Wormley of Cusworth and Hatfield), had two (2) sons:
Sir Nicholas Yarborough of Balne;
and Thos. of Campsall (1624-97)
↑ "No. 313. Sir Nicholas Yarborough of Balne, Knt," in Royalist Composition Papers. Record Series, 20, pp. 1. Google Books.
"Sir Nicholas Yarborough, Balne, co. York," in Calendar of the Proceedings of the Committee for Compounding, 1643-1660, II, pp. 1326. H. M. Public Record Office. Google Books.
ancestor of Yarboroughs of Heslington, (see Burke, 1847).
↑ Mary Watson & Thos. of Campsall had 6 sons: Thomas (1687-1772), Edmund, barrister-at-law (1688-1764), William (1689-1690), Henry, rector of Tewing, Hertfordshire (1691-1774), Nicholas, a merchant (1693-1731), and Francis, Principal of Brasenose College and Rector of Aynho, Northamptonshire (1694-1770).