Second Generation

2. William DE BURSEBLADES1 was born about 1550 in Yorkshire, England.1,2 He died on 3 March 1591 at the age of 41 in Yorkshire, England.1,2 He was also known as Gulielmus Blaides.1,2 William was also known as Gulielmus Bleyds de Sutton.1,2 He was buried bur. 3 Mar 1591 in Of Sutton In Holderness, England.

“…William De Burseblades, b. about 1550, having married Margaret Appleyard, daughter and heiress of – Appleyard, of Helsington, in Yorkshire, lord mayor of York, acquired the manors Sutton, cum Bransholme, Sudcoates, Merflete, and Dripoole, in Holdernesse, and part of the manor of Sculcoates, all in the county of York, became domiciled in that shire. This William is designated in old deeds “Gulielmus Blaides,” and sometimes Gulielmus Bleyds de Sutton.” by the heiress of Appleyard (who espoused, secondly, 12st February, 1592, William Barber, esq.) he left at his decease, 3rd March, 1591, (he was buried in the family vault in the church at Scowscotes) a son and successor, Joseph Blaides, of Sutton, in the county of York, b. 15th July 1588…” ("A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Enjoying Territorial Possessions Or High Official Rank, But Univested with Heritable Honours", John Burke, 1833, Pages 667-668, Published by R. Bentley, New Burlington Street, London)

William DE BURSEBLADES and Margaret APPLEYARD1 were married in York, Yorkshire, England. Margaret APPLEYARD1,2, daughter of Thomas APPLEYARD and Margery JACKSON, was born in 1544 in Heslington, Yorkshire, England.1,4 She died in 1603 at the age of 59 in Yorkshire, England.1

William DE BURSEBLADES and Margaret APPLEYARD had the following children: