The Usborne Family
Descendants of Thomas Usborne of Goudhurst 
in Kent, England who died in 1548
This page changes every month.                      Look out for THE LUMBER MEN in May

 

SOME EARLIER HOME PAGES

January 2004 home page:
Usbornes..all at sea.
February 2004 home page:
Usbornes in ART.
SOME PROJECTED PAGES:
Lost cousins in U.S.A
Young generation and their websites

 Usborne Country Houses        Click on images for more         


6,000 acres
Seat Duc d'Aumale

Mansion, 2178 acres
CapabilityBrownPark
Awaiting 
Photo

4,024acres in Ireland
130 acres in England
Seat of Earl of Cork
Annual Income
:
285,000

500 acres.
 
Adjacent brewery 

Midanbury Estate 
with gatehouse & 20 acres. 


16thC Manor House
50 acres

Cotswold mansion & mini-estate

50 acre park.
Resident ghost. 


Listed Georgian Ho.
5 acres

Sussex mixed farm.
 200 acres. 
5 cottages 
Awaiting 
Photo
Stone Mansion
100 acres
Park/formal gardens
Views over St Lawrence river.

Kent 
7 Bedrooms + Farm 

The Cottage
mini estate


Punjabi Bungalow

Idyllic Cotswold farm
75 acres, 5 cottages

Perfumier's villa
South of France

 20 acre mini estate
 Fruit & 1 mile river

1,500 acre estate.
Bananas & Sugar.
Caribbean Island  

"Mansion house" with  garden,  pasture, coach house, stables

By James Wyatt
with 200 acre park
The oddest thing you must agree,
about the Usborne family
is how it's kept its curious name,
since mediaeval times the same,
and yet has not produced a clan
(presumably) much bigger than
the one you're looking at tonight.
A maddening sight? You might be right.
The book of London telephones,
which carries regiments of Jones
and Robinsons and Smith and Bowen
and Sullivan and Price and Cohen,
has USBORNE'S just a paltry six,--
and most of those "live in the sticks".
Where are the Park Lane Usbornes, where
The Usbornes of Cadogan Square?
Why aren't there Usborne, brood on brood,
in Wimbledon and Chorley Wood.
Well, if the total Usborne count amount,
think of the consequences...........etc

Anon 1954     (after Hillaire Belloc?)
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