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Spye Park, Wiltshire - Owners of The Estate Since The Restoration - Bayntun Family
... Sir Edward Bayntun (1517–1597) built the new house circa 1654, and married a Howard relative Agnes Ryce (d ... Sir Edward was a Member of Parliament for Wiltshire County in 1562-1563 and again in 1570 M.P. 1654-1679 Sir Edward Bayntun (1618–1679), KB, Sheriff of Wiltshire in 1664 ...
Sir Edward Dering, 1st Baronet - Personal Life and Descendants
... Sir Edward was married three times On 25 November 1619 at St Dionis Backchurch, London, to Elizabeth Tufton (1602/3-1622/3), eldest daughter of Nicholas Tufton. 1605-1628), third daughter of Sir John Ashburnham of Ashburnham, Sussex, by Elizabeth (later created Lady Cramond), daughter of Sir Thomas Beaumont of ... Anne was the mother of Sir Edward Dering, 2nd Baronet she died aged 23 and was buried 17 April 1628 ...
Solicitors General For England And Wales - Solicitors-General of England (and Wales), 1461-present - 17th Century
... Sir John Doderidge 1604-1607 Sir Francis Bacon 1607-1613 Henry Yelverton 1613-1617 Sir Thomas Coventry 1617-1621 Sir Robert Heath 1621-1625 Sir Richard Shelton 1625-1634 Sir Edward Littleton 1634-1640 Sir ...
Sir Edward Kerrison, 2nd Baronet
... Sir Edward Clarence Kerrison, 2nd Baronet (2 January 1821 – 11 July 1886) was a British Conservative Party politician ... Kerrison was the eldest son of General Sir Edward Kerrison, 1st Baronet and his wife Mary Martha Ellice ...
Lake Baronets
... of Wicklow, was created in the Baronetage of Ireland on 10 July 1661 for Edward Lake, Chancellor of the Diocese of Lincoln and Advocate-General of Ireland ... He was the great-nephew and heir of Sir Edward Lake of Carnow ... For his services to Charles I, Sir Edward was given a warrant of a baronetcy in 1643 with a remainder to his heirs male, but the warrant was never sealed ...

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