Sir James Bourne, 1st Baronet
Bourne was the son of Peter Bourne of Hackinsall, Lancashire and of Heathfield, Liverpool and his wife Margaret Drinkwater, daughter of James Drinkwater of Bent, Lancashire. He was educated at Shrewsbury School. He was a Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace for Lancashire. He was also Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant of the Royal Lancashire Militia Artillery, and Colonel of the 4th Brigade Lancashire Artillery Volunteers.
He was made a baronet, of Hackinsall Hall, in the parish of Stalmine, and of Heathfield, in the parish of Childwell, both in the County Palatine of Lancaster, on 10 May 1880. He was appointed Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) in the 1881 Birthday Honours.
In 1841, Bourne married Sarah Harriet Dyson, daughter of Thomas Fournis Dyson of Willow Hall, Yorkshire, and of Everton, near Liverpool. They had children. He died at the age of 69, at his home of Heathfield House in Wavertree near Liverpool, and his son succeeded him briefly in the baronetcy.
- "Obituary". The Times. The Times Digital Archive. 15 March 1882. p. 8.
- Debretts House of Commons and the Judicial Bench 1870
- The London Gazette: . 30 April 1880.
- The London Gazette: . 24 May 1881.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Sir James Bourne, Bt
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1865 – 1880
With: Edward Holland to 1868
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(of Hackinsall Hall and Heathfield )
James Dyson Bourne
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