Nicholas "of Balne"
aka Kt Yarburgh, Yarbrough
12 Feb 1613
22 Aug 1655
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Sir Nicholas Yarborough of Snaith, co. York (d. abt. 1655).
Sir Nicholas Yarborough (or Yarburgh) of Balne (near Snaith), co. York is the eldest son and heir of:
Edmond Yarborough of Balne, co. York.
and Sarah, dau. & co-heir of Thomas Wormley of Cusworth and Hatfield.
The Yarboroughs of Balne, co. York descend from the Yarborough family of Yarborough, co. Lincs.
2. Thomas of Campsall (1624-97), Justice of the Peace and a Deputy Lieutenant of West Riding, co. York.
m.1 Ann (dsp 1682), dau. of Thomas Ellis of Nothill, co. Beds
m.2 Mary, dau. of Edmund Watson of Haigh Hall, South Kirkby.
3. Edmond, M.D. of Doncaster, co. York. (b. c. 1625, age 40 on 14 Sep 1665).
m. (14 Sep 1665) Elizabeth (or Ann), dau. of Thomas Stanhope, esq. of Stalfold, 3rd son of Sir John Stanhope.
1. Frances (b. c. 1615).
m.1 Sir John Reresby, Bt. of Thrybergh (c. 1611 - 46)
m.2 James Moyser, esq.
m. (1635 St. Savior's, co. York) Faith, dau. of John Dawney, s. & h. of Sir Thomas Dawney of Sezay, co. York.
(s. & h.) Sir Thomas of Snaith (living 1707). 
m. Henrietta Maria, dau. of Thomas Blaque, esq. of Horringer, co. Suffolk (aka Col. Blaque).
5. John (b. c. 1645, age 16 in 1661).
 (dau) ...
m. Marmaduke Constable (d. 1690).
Commissioner of Array for Charles I.
Nicholas’s will was signed 30 June 1655 and proved at London 21 May 1656.
Yarboroughs of Heslington
Papers of the Cooke-Yarborough family of Campsmount, ref DDCY. National Archives, citing Doncaster Archives. Web.
"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.
Le Neve, P. (1873). "Sir Thomas Yarborough of Snath Ebor.," in Le Neve's Pedigrees of the Knights, pp. 166-7. Harleian Society. Google Books. Pedigree.
Burke, B. (1898). "Cooke-Yarborough of Campsmount," in A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, 2, pp. 653. Google Books.
MyHeritage.com; born 1613. son of Sarah Wormley. He passed away in 1655; b. Feb 12 1613 - Hatfield, Yorkshire Aug 1655
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)
1.0 1.1 Le Neve, 1873, p. 167. 1.2 
↑ Mary Watson & Thos. of Campsall had 6 sons.  ↑
3.0 Burke. 3.1 
↑ "Nicholas Yarbrough and Faith Dawney, 1635; citing St. Savior'S, York, York" Marriages 1538–1973, ref 2:39PCLW3. FHL microfilm 1,068,543. 
↑ Reresby, 1875, p. 18. 
↑ for Col. Blaque see: Cromwelliana. 
↑ 5th son & cousin to Yarburgh Reresby, (Sedburgh School Register, p. 87). 
Yarburgh Reresby prob. son of
Frances Yarborough & Sir John Reresby, Bt. of Thrybergh (c. 1611 - 46)
↑ Penal Laws and Test Act.
↑ Sedburgh School Register, p. 87.  ↑ see: The National Archives; Kew, England; Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers; Class: PROB 11; Piece: 255: accessed at Ancestry.com: indexed by them as Dud Nicholai Yarburghe 12 May 1656. (Should be Dni for Domini, not Dud, 21 May not 12 May).
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