|Notes for Col William Busfeild|
|In the 1881 census, the spellings were wrongly transcribed: I’ve sent in corrections:|
Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born
BUSFEILD, Wm Head Married M 44 1837 Lt. Col. Late Major 22nd Foot (Retired) J.P.West Riding Yks.Land Owner Reading, Berkshire
BUSFEILD, Louisa E Wife Married F 36 1845 Bradford, Yorkshire
BUSFEILD, William Jr Son Single M 5 1876 Bingley, Yorkshire
BUSFEILD, Johnson A Son Single M 3 1878 Bingley, Yorkshire
BUSFEILD, Dorothy Daughter Single F 0 1881 Ilkley, Yorkshire
HADEN, Doreas Servant Single F 38 1843 Cook Brockmoor, Staffordshire
HOYES, Maria Servant Single F 30 1851 Housemaid Sleaford, Lincolnshire
WALKER, Catherine Servant Widow F 36 1845 Nurse Bilston, Worcestershire
EMPSALL, Martha Servant Single F 17 1864 Under Nurse Woolley Colliery, Yorkshire
RG number: RG11 Piece: 4337 Folio: 56 Page: 37
Registration District: Wharfedale Sub District: Otley
EnumerationDistrict: Ecclesiastical Parish:
Civil Parish: Ilkley Municipal Borough:
Address: Queens Drive "oakhill", Ilkley
County: Yorkshire (West riding)
In 1901 he was living at Pantyokin, Gresford, Denbigh, Wales, a retired Lt Col, aged 64 and born in Englefield, Berks. With him were his wife, 2 daus and 5 servants. Next door was Pantyokin Farm which may, or may not, have been allied to the house.
His death record is not yet on FreeBMD, though an age plausible William Busfield [sic] died aged 74 in Q4 of 1912 in Leeds vol 9b, p. 536.
His death, in the same village as his wife died:
Surname First name(s) Age District Vol Page
Deaths Dec 1916 (>99%)
Busfeild William 79 Alresford 2c 261
|Granted arms, but with fussy extras to the traditional Busfeild arms, in 1886:|
Arms: Argent, a chevron invected gules, guttee-d’eau between three fleurs-de-lys vert, in the centre chief point a saltire cuped of the second.
Mantling: Gules and argent.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in armour proper, charged with a saltire as in the arms,
|Last Modified 8 Dec 2011||Created 9 Dec 2011 By Tim Powys-Lybbe|