Pyne Cavendish

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In 1768, Pyne Cavendish married, as his second wife, Maurice Crosbie, Dean of Limerick, the son of Maurice Crosbie, 1st Baron Branden by his wife Elizabeth Anne FitzMaurice.
 
In 1768, Pyne Cavendish married, as his second wife, Maurice Crosbie, Dean of Limerick, the son of Maurice Crosbie, 1st Baron Branden by his wife Elizabeth Anne FitzMaurice.
  
Maurice Crosbie and Pyne Cavendish had a daughter Pyne Crosbie born sometime between 1769 and 1792 who on 24 Jul 1806 married, as her second husband, Henry Otway Brand-Trevor (born 1777), 21st Lord Dacre.  Her previous marriage being annulled by Act of Parliament earlier that same year (1806).
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Maurice Crosbie and Pyne Cavendish had four children.
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*Anne Crosbie married on 25 Sep 1790 at St Mary's, Limerick (Batch M700561 wj) as her first husband to Charles Brydges Woodcock esq
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*Pyne Crosbie, evidently the second daughter, born sometime between 1770 and 1786; married firstly at Portpatrick, Scotland on 9 Jan 1798 to Sir John Gordon of Park, co Bamf, Scotland, Baronet.  Their marriage was dissolved in 1806 by Act of Parliament, based upon her affair with Capt Henry Brand, whom she married next.  Pyne married secondly on 24 Jul 1806 to Henry Otway Brand-Trevor (born 27 Jul 1777), with whom she had been having an affair.  He was later 21st Lord Dacre from 1851She had a child baptised as "Henry Brand Gordon" on 23 Mar 1806 at Kimpton, co Herf.
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*William Crosbie who was described as "in holy orders" in 1809 and as "Rev" in 1817, succeeded his first cousin as 4th Baron Brandon in 1815; married 3 May 1815 to Cecilia Latouche but died s.p.m. on 3 May 1832 leaving a sole heiress, at which time the Barony of Brandon went extinct.
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*Dorothea Crosbie, evidently the youngest daughter, married Edward Harvey of Temple Hill in Wexford, esq.
  
 
Pyne (Cavendish) Crosbie is an ancestress, through this marriage, to [[Sarah Ferguson|Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York]].  Pyne Cavendish appears in [[Ahentafel_of_Sarah_Duchess_of_York_128-255#144_to_151| Position 147]] in Sarah's Ancestral Chart.
 
Pyne (Cavendish) Crosbie is an ancestress, through this marriage, to [[Sarah Ferguson|Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York]].  Pyne Cavendish appears in [[Ahentafel_of_Sarah_Duchess_of_York_128-255#144_to_151| Position 147]] in Sarah's Ancestral Chart.
  
 
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*[http://books.google.com/books?id=Xf8cAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA255&dq=Anne+Pyne+Cavendish "London Marriage Licenses, 1521-1869"], by Joseph Foster, Joseph Lemuel Chester, John Ward Dean.  Published by Bernard Quaritch, 1887. Page 255 : "Cavendish, Henry, esq., of Doveridge, co Derby, bachelor, above 23, and Anne Pyne, of St Anne, Westminster, spinster 23 -- At Royal Chapel, of Whitechapel. 8 June 1730"
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*[http://books.google.com/books?id=Xf8cAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA255&dq=Pyne+Cavendish "London Marriage Licenses, 1521-1869"], by Joseph Foster, Joseph Lemuel Chester, John Ward Dean.  Published by Bernard Quaritch, 1887. Page 255 : "Cavendish, Henry, esq., of Doveridge, co Derby, bachelor, above 23, and Anne Pyne, of St Anne, Westminster, spinster 23 -- At Royal Chapel, of Whitechapel. 8 June 1730"
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*[http://books.google.com/books?id=pCE3AAAAYAAJ&dq=john%20gordon%20of%20park%20divorce&pg=PA676 Gentleman's Magazine, Vol 76, pt 2, page 676], ["Married"], 24 Jul 1806 "At St George's, Hanover Square, the Hon Henry Brand to Miss Pyne Crosbie, daughter of the Hon and Rev Dean C and niece to the late Earl of Glandore"]
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*[http://books.google.com/books?id=pCE3AAAAYAAJ&dq=john%20gordon%20of%20park%20divorce&pg=PA703 Gentleman's Magazine, Vol 76, pt 2, page 703] "the lady mentioned last in the list of marriages should have been described as 'the divorced wife of Sir John Gordon, of Park, bart.'"
  
 
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*Leo van de Pas cites for Pyne Cavendish: ''The Complete Peerage'', 1936 , Doubleday, H.A. & Lord Howard de Walden, Reference: IV 17; and also Burke's ''Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage'', London, 1938, Reference: page 2528.
 
*Leo van de Pas cites for Pyne Cavendish: ''The Complete Peerage'', 1936 , Doubleday, H.A. & Lord Howard de Walden, Reference: IV 17; and also Burke's ''Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage'', London, 1938, Reference: page 2528.
 
*[http://content.ancestry.com/browse/view.aspx?dbid=6717&iid=6717-CPGEV4-0021&rc=16,58,21,65;36,65,40,72;57,65,66,71;13,88,23,94&pid=1879&ssrc=&fn=&ln=Record+Pyne+Cavendish&st=g ''The Complete Peerage'', Volume IV "Dacre"], with Ancestry subscription
 
*[http://content.ancestry.com/browse/view.aspx?dbid=6717&iid=6717-CPGEV4-0021&rc=16,58,21,65;36,65,40,72;57,65,66,71;13,88,23,94&pid=1879&ssrc=&fn=&ln=Record+Pyne+Cavendish&st=g ''The Complete Peerage'', Volume IV "Dacre"], with Ancestry subscription
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*[http://books.google.com/books?id=k7IKAAAAYAAJ&dq=editions%3ALCCN06022397&as_brr=1&pg=PA6#v=onepage&q&f=false ''The Complete Peerage'', (first edition) 'Dacre'] for Pyne Crosbie and her two husbands
  
 
==Henry Cavendish==
 
==Henry Cavendish==
 
Henry Cavendish was baptised 15 Apr 1707, the son of William Cavendish by his wife Elizabeth Holte, who had a license to marry dated 1705.  Henry's baptismal certificate is extant in the extracted IGI.
 
Henry Cavendish was baptised 15 Apr 1707, the son of William Cavendish by his wife Elizabeth Holte, who had a license to marry dated 1705.  Henry's baptismal certificate is extant in the extracted IGI.
  
In 1730, when Henry had just turned 23 and had not been previously married, he as "Henry Cavendish, esq of Doveridge" married the 23-year-old unmarried Anne Pyne of St Anne.  Their license dated 8 June 1730 allows them to marry at Royal Chapel of Whitechapel.  Their is a patron-submitted sheet in the IGI claiming that they did marry the next day at Westminster.
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In 1730, when Henry had just turned 23 and had not been previously married, he as "Henry Cavendish, esq of Doveridge" married the 23-year-old unmarried Anne Pyne of St Anne.  Their license dated 8 June 1730 allows them to marry at Royal Chapel of Whitechapel.  There is a patron-submitted sheet in the IGI claiming that they did marry the next day at Westminster.
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Henry remarried in 1648, to Catherine Prittie, widow of Richard Meade of Ballintober
  
 
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