THE HORNBYS

















A  SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLAND






Originally de Horneby or de Hornebie

Hornby-in-Lonsdale North Lancashire

Late 13th and early 14th Centuries

William of de Horneby was the keeper

of the Lonsdale and Amounderness

Forest in 131








Hornby (1575-) Kirkham Lancashire








Richard Hornby 
married 1653
Elizabeth Walmesly



1613-1660
Newton-with-Scales
1615-  





                                            






William Hornby 
married 1681                
Isabel Horsecarr 




1656-1701           


1660-











Robert Hornby    married 1711/12 

Elizabeth Sharrock



1690-1768/69  Newton Lancashire

Baptized Kirkham Lancashire 

                 


1690-











Hugh Hornby

Margaret Hankinson



1719-1781                      
married c1745 

  1723-1804









Rev Hugh Hornby

    Thomas Hornby

 married 1786


  Cicely Langton Alice Hornby

1765-1847
1759-1824        

1760-18331746-1812



Kirkham Lancashire
lived with Hugh



Kirkham Lancashire







Well known aunt of Anne Langton




Anne Langton 1804-1893






Artist and auhor - migrated to Canada













Anne's painting of Rosedale











Marianne Hornby

Hugh Hornbymarried

Louise Cortazzi
Joseph Hornby

married John Cortazzi 

1792-1875

1801-1881 1794-1853



  Kirkham



Liverpool



Bought Sandown Hall about 1792
Mayor of Liverpool 1838
Merchant tyrader with Russia






















  Sandown Hall Liverpool












Matlock, Bath – County of Derbyshire








 Richard Cortassie HORNBY married
Eleanor Charlotte Johnston



b c1839  d 26/06/1902

b c1849  d ???











Richard Johnston HORNBY Francis James HORNBY





b21/07/1873 in India  d01/07/1943
b 9.10.1875   d 18.1.1955



















































Thr brothers emmigrated to Australia at the behest
of their friend; Mr Dowling who took up a selection
on the Little Murray river and ran a successful
business in Melbourne.

After 1907 Francis travelled to Coffs Harbour on a packet ship
which floundered on the Belligen River. He them went on to the
Belligen Land Office to enter into a ballot for crown lots at Dorrigo


See Dorrigo


Boxmoor School - school of Francis James Hornby
Some sources mention Heathrow school at Hertz



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