Borough Estate and Family Papers
This record is held by Derbyshire Record Office
|Reference:||GB 0026 D5369|
|Title:||Borough Estate and Family Papers|
Richard Borrow D5369/1
John Borrow D5369/2
Isaac Borrow D5369/3
Title deeds & related papers D5369/3/1-14
Business papers D5369/3/15-36
Family papers D5369/3/37-39
John Tempest Borrow D5369/4
John Borrow D5369/5
Ann, wife of John Borrow D5369/6
Thomas Borrow D5369/7
Title deeds & related papers D5369/7/1-20
St Peter's, Derby, parish papers D5369/7/21-22
Ann Borrow (née Alt) D5369/8
Honor Borrow D5369/9
John Borrow D5369/10
Thomas Burough D5369/11
Title deeds & related papers D5369/11/1-4
Business papers D5369/11/5-6
Family papers D5369/11/7-126
Jane Burough (née Smithson) D5369/12
Charles Burton Burough D5369/13
Title deeds & related papers D5369/13/1-2
Business papers D5369/13/4-9
Family papers D5369/13/15-28
Midland Railway Company D5369/14
Jane Borough D5369/15
Alt family D5369/16
Bainbrigge family D5369/17
Business papers D5369/17/1-4
Family papers D5369/17/5-8
Coke family D5369/18
Title deeds & related papers D5369/18/1-5
Family papers D5369/18/6
William Smithson, father to Jane Borough D5369/19
Business papers D5369/19/1-36
Leeds General Infirmary D5369/19/37-38
Keighley parish papers D5369/19/39-43
Other Borough Family & Derbyshire Title Deeds:
Alsop in the Dale D5369/21
Belper Ward, Chevin Ward & Hulland Ward D5369/22
Property in Crich and South Wingfield inherited by the Smith family of Nightingale D5369/24
Hartington Rectory D5369/30
Hartshorn Grange D5369/31
Hungry Bentley D5369/33
Long Eaton D5369/35
Litchurch Estate D5369/37
Chetwynd Park, Edgemond, Shropshire D5369/43
Hanson Grange, Derbyshire & Staffordshire D5369/44
Musden Grange, Staffordshire D5369/45
Thurleston, Ambaston & Alvaston D5369/46
Lands in Lea, Bradbourne, Parwich, Hognaston, Brassington, Kniveton, Offcote, Underwood, Bentley & Hartington D5369/47
Out of county title deeds:
Manor of Steventon, Berkshire D5369/48
Papworth Everard, Cambridgeshire D5369/50
Culceth, Lancashire D5369/52
Axholme, Lincolnshire & Rowley, Surrey D5369/54
Lincoln St. Martin D5369/55
Broughton Sulney, Nottinghamshire D5369/57
West Wales D5369/61
Some items in Latin.
For other deeds relating to Hanson Grange, see D1085A/T 18.
For deeds relating to other properties of Isaac Borrow, see D1955/1/26.
For a survey of John Borrow's estates at Alvaston and Boulton, see D8 B/E 188.
For the abstract of the deeds of settlement on the marriage of Thomas Borrow and Jane Smithson, see D891/1/1.
For other deeds relating to lands at Alsop in the Dale, Hulland, Hulland Ward and Ashbourne, see D289 M/T 1-2.
For more deeds relating to the Borough family of Hulland and Derby, see D89/1-4.
For correspondence involving John Borough regarding the administration of St. Werbergh's Church, Derby, see D1091 A/PI 176 & 181.
For the records of the parish of St. Werbergh's, see D1145, and see also D1068 and D2927.
For the records of the parish of St. Peter's, Derby, see D1792.
For other records of the Midland Railway Company, see D3220, D4655, D5092 and D5598.
|Held by:||Derbyshire Record Office, not available at The National Archives|
|Physical description:||62 series|
|Immediate source of acquisition:||
Formerly held at Derby Local Studies Library under reference number DL 45.
|Administrative / biographical background:||
John Borowe (1635-1707) bought the Hough estate in Hulland after 1690. He was married to Mary Rawlinson. They had three children. Their eldest son, Isaac Borrow, became Mayor of Derby in 1730 and rebuilt its Town Hall. He married Mary Tempest in 1702. They had one son, John Tempest.
John Tempest Borrow (1702-1780) became the proprietor of Hulland, Hough, Musden, Alsop and Hanson Grange estates. He built the new Hulland Hall in 1777. He subsequently willed the estates to his half-nephew John Borrow (1746-1825).
Following Mary's death, Isaac married Honor Burton in 1708. She was the heiress to her brother Robert of Hanson Grange, and lands in Thorpe, Morley and the parish of St. Peter's, Derby. She died circa 1752.
Together they had two sons and two daughters. Thomas Borrow of Castlefields (1709-1786) married Anne, daughter of John Alt of Loughborough in 1757. She died in circa 1801. His brother, John (born 1710), also married an Ann, who died in 1799. Of their two sisters, Ann married Thomas Bainbrigge and Honor married Philip Gell.
Upon his death, John Borrow willed the properties to his cousin, Thomas Borough of Castlefields (d 1838). He attended University College, Oxford. He became a barrister at the Middle Temple, and then a captain in the Leicestershire Militia. He moved to Chetwynd Park in 1803 and changed the family name to Borough. He married Jane daughter of William Smithson of Ferrybridge, Yorkshire. Jane died in 1853. The lands then passed to their son, John Charles Burton Borough. JCB Borough's sister Jane married George Hill. Jane bought these lands from her brother in 1847. She also gave birth to Anna Honora, who died in 1852, and to two children who also died in their infancy.