This family was established in Ireland by
ROBERT BOROWES, who settled at Drumlane, County Cavan, on the settlement of Ulster by JAMES I.
His eldest son and heir,
THOMAS BOROWES, became possessed of Stradone, of which estate he also received a patent of confirmation from CHARLES I, 1638.
THOMAS BURROWES, of Stradone House, High Sheriff of County Cavan, 1743, married Jane, daughter of Thomas Nesbitt, of Lismore House, County Cavan, and had issue,
ROBERT, his heir;The eldest son,
Thomas, of Dangan Castle;
Margery; Anne; Martha; Jane.
ROBERT BURROWES, of Stradone House, High Sheriff of County Cavan, 1773, married Sophia, daughter of the Ven Joseph Story, Archdeacon of Kilmore, and by her had a son and heir,
THOMAS BURROWES (1772-1836), of Stradone House, High Sheriff of County Cavan, 1803, Major in the Army, who married, in 1807, Susan, daughter of the Rev Henry Seward, of Badsey, Worcestershire, and had issue,
ROBERT, his heir;Mr Borrowes was succeeded by his eldest son,
ROBERT BURROWES JP DL MP (1810-81), of Stradone House, High Sheriff, 1838, MP for Cavan, 1855-57, who wedded, in 1838, Anne Frances, only daughter of John Garden, of Barnane, County Tipperary, and by her had issue,
Thomas, died in infancy;Mr Borrowes was succeeded by his only surviving son,
ROBERT JAMES, his heir;
Arnold Henry (1846-48);
Frances Susan; Honora; Mary Anne Cecilia.
ROBERT JAMES BURROWES JP DL (1844-93), of Stradone House, High Sheriff, 1883, captain, 1st Dragoon Guards, who married, in 1876, Ella (44, Thurloe Square), daughter of Commodore Magruder, US Navy, and niece of Major-General JB Magruder, and had issue,
THOMAS JAMES, his heir;Mr Borrowes was succeeded by his eldest son,
Helena Mary; Kathleen Fanny.
THOMAS JAMES BURROWES JP DL (1880-1935), of Stradone House, High Sheriff of County Cavan, 1902, who espoused, in 1920, Blanche Wilson, daughter of Joseph Charles Mappin, and had issue,
Robert Philip (1920-91);
Anne Seward Francis; Susan Honora.
STRADONE HOUSE, near Stradone, County Cavan, was a late Georgian mansion by John Keane, with a two-storey front, and a large return with an extra mezzanine storey.
The entrance front had five bays, the central bay recessed under a massive arch, beneath a pediment.
The ground-floor windows on either side of the entrance were set in shallow arched recesses.
The house had an eaved roof on a bracket cornice.
Stradone House is now demolished.
Former town residence ~ 22 Lowndes Street, London.
First published in August, 2012.