Titolo: The baronetage of England Volume 3 ; or The ...
Casa editrice: RareBooksClub.com
Data di pubblicazione: 2012
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: New
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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1803 Excerpt: ...with great reputation; on his return, he was esteemed by all that knew him, being a man of exceeding good understanding, and great honour and integrity in all his dealings. He was very intimate with the great Mr. Locke, who advised with and had great assistance from him in that useful work, the regulating the coin of the kingdom, as well as in several other public affairs. He died greatly lamented by all his relations and acquaintance, Nov. 13, 1708, aged 53. He married, Jan. 22, 1690-1, Mary, second daughter of William Dawsonne, of Hackney, Esq. and sister of the late William Dawsonne, Esq. (who was many years a director of the East-India Company, and executed that trust with the greatest reputation), a lady of great merit and virtue; she died Feb. 10, 1719-20, aged 50, by whom he had issue four sons, two of whom, Sir William, his successor, and Samuel, member of parliament for Boralston in the 8th and 9th parliaments of Great Britain, in Devonshire, survived him; and two daughters, one of whom was wife of Sir Francis-Henry Drake, of Buckland-Monachorum, in Devonshire, Bart..,, Ex inf. Dom. Wil. Heathcote, Bar. 1741. I. Sir WILLIAM HEATHCOTE, the eldest surviving son of the aforesaid Samuel Heathcote, Esq. was created a Baronet by his late Majesty, Aug. 16, 1733. He was elected in the last parliament of George II. for the town of Buckingham, and in. the first and second parliaments of his present Majesty for the town and county of the town of Southampton. He married, April 7, 1720, Elizabeth, only daughter of Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield, sometime lord high-chancellor of Great Britain, on whom and her issue male is entailed the honours of viscount and baron. By his said lady Elizabeth he had six sons, 1, Sir Thomas, his successor; 2, William, a clergyman, ...
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