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An office which his Lordship executed so delicately that AiH;'.l\i!r.-- was
afterwards heard to remark; " that the Lord Delamere, whom he had used ill,
treated him with much more regard, than those to whom hehad been kind, and
from whom he ...
His lordship m. first, Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of bis uncle, Sir John
Brownlow, bart. and secondly, Elizabeth, daughter of William Cartwright, esq. of
Marnham, Notts, but d. s. p. in 1754. The elder son of Richard Brownlow, the
His lordship d. in 1714, and was s. by his eldest son, iv. James BRYDges, ninth
baron, who, upon the accession of King GeoRGE I. was created, by letters patent,
dated 19th October, 1714, Viscount Wilton, and Earl of CAERN ARvoN, with a ...
His lordship, who was a zealous supporter of the revolution, d. at the early age of
twenty-six, in 1693. His widow. Lady Carteret, having succeeded as co-heiress to
the great Bath estates, upon the decease of her nephew, William-Henry ...
His lordship d. 30th November, 1749, and was *. by his son, vi. Sir Edward .Lbich,
fifth Lord Leigh, who died unmarried 26th May, 1786, when all his honours,
including the Baronetcy, are presumed to have become extinct. Stoneleigh, at the
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Concerned that Sir Anthony, the 1st Baronet of Ashley Wimbourne St. Giles, is said to have had only a daughter, Anne, and no son. Other records indicate he had a son, William, b. 1594.
The information about Vere Booth nee Egerton is wrong. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Egerton junior (d.1599), son of Sir Thomas Egerton who was Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, Lord Ellesmere (1603) and the Viscount Brackley. He died 1617, both are buried in St Mary's Church, Dodleston, Chester. See www.bernarddennis.co.uk