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3. Edward, of the Lodge, in the county
of Salop, d. unmarried, in 1781.

The eldest surviving son and heir,

The Rev. Thomas Salwey, LL. D. Rector
of Richard's Castle, espoused in 1742, Con-
stance, only daughter of Francis Biddulph,
esq. of Ledbury, in the county of Hereford,
and had issue,

1. John, his successor.

2. Thomas, > ,

3. Robert, \ d ' ^ mn ^

4. Theophilus, of the Lodge {see that

5. Mary, d. young.

6. Jane-Constance, who d. in 18:29.

7. Frances, who d. 30th May, 1832.

8. Lucy, d. young.

9. Sarah, d. in 1826.

The Rev. Dr. Salwey was s, by his eldest



Jons of the Moor and Haye
Park, iii ilif count; of Salop, who m. Bret,

in ITfiS, \nm, <>nl\ daughter of Thomas
Foliot Baugh, esq. of Stonehouse, in the
count) of Salop, and had issue,

1. John, d. an infant in 1776'.

2. Richard, successor to his father.

3. Theophilus, a lieutenant in the R. N.
who in. 4th Septemher, 1802, Mary,
daughter of Thomas Davies, esq. of

Vsl»lc\ Moor, and by whom he ac-
quired that estate, and had issue,
Humphrey, b. 13th July, 1803.
Gilbert, b. -2nd December, 1804.
Walter, b. 11th May, 1806.

Herbert, b. 4th April, 1816.
Alfred, b. 27th April, 1817.
Mary, d. in 1823.

4. Elizabeth, m. to Lieutenant-Genera]
Sir P. k. Roche, K.C. U. and d. in

5. Katherine, d. unmarried, in 1804.

The eldest surviving son and heir,

RlCHARD Sai.w BY,< sq. of the Moor Park,
and the Haye Park, b. 2<»tli November,
1773, espoused Isabella, third daughter of
Job Walker Baugh, esq. of Stonehouse, in
the county of Salop, and had issue,

1. John, present proprietor.

2. Constance-Isabella, m. 18th May,
1815, to Thomas Beale, esq. of the

Heath, in the county of Salop.

3. Elizaheth.

4. Frances.

5. Katherine.

6. Amelia.

7. Charlotte-Margaretta.

8. Cecilia-Sarah, d. Fehruary, 1816.
Mr. Sahvey d. 4th Fehruary, L825, and was
.v. by his son, John Salwey, esq. present
representative of the family.

Arms — Sa. a saltire engrailed (jr.
Crest — A Saracen's head.
Motto — Fiat voluntas Dei.
Seat — Moor Park, Salop.


SALWEY, THEOPHILUS-RICHARD, esq. of the Lodge, in the county of Salop,
b. 27th March, 1757, m. 9th April, 1787, Anna-Maria, younger daughter and co-
heiress of Thomas Hill, esq. M.P. of Court, of Hill, in the county of Salop, and eldest
branch of that family, by whom (who d. 13th August, 1812) he has had issue,

Edward, b. 12th February, 1790.

Thomas, in holy orders, b. 19th October, 1791, Fellow of St. John's College, Cam-
bridge, Vicar of Oswestry, in the county of Salop, and Rector of St. Florence,
in Pembrokeshire, vi. in 1829, Frances, daughter of the late Henry Gibbons,
esq. of Oswestry, and lias issue, a daughter.

Henry, of Egham Park, b. 20th January, 1794, late lieutenant-colonel in the Cold-
Btream guards, who »i. 13th March, 1828, Elizaheth-Philippa, only daughter and
heiress of John Hooper Holder, esq. of Stanton-Lacy, Shropshire, by Elizabeth,
youngest daughter of Honorable William Williams Hewitt, brother to Viscount
Lill'ord, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and has issue one son and two daughters, viz.

1. Edward-Henry, b. in 1830.

2. Constance-Eliza.

3. A daughter.

\itliur, b. loth February, 1797, clerk in his Majesty's Treasury, who m. 20th July,
1824, \nne-Frances Pole only daughter of \ ice- Admiral bfaule; , of Braziers, in
the county of Oxford, bj his wife, Frances Pole, of Radbourne, Derbyshire.

Richard, b. 1st October, ls(M>, in hoi) orders, V.B. of Christ Church, Oxford, and
ioi of Fawkham, Kent.


Anna-Maria, »i. 13th June, 1815, to William Browne, esq. only son and heir of the
Reverend William Browne, of Cantfield Place, in the county of Herts, and nephew
to Sir Fitz- William Barrington, ht.



Octavia-Constance, m. 2nd. June, 1825, to the Reverend Thomas Lavie, eldest son
of Sir Thomas Lavie, K.C.B. and d. olf St. Helena, 17th August, 1826.



Sarah-Henrietta, d. young.

Mr. Salwey, who was a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, in 1781 , s. his uncle 20th
March, in the same year.


For an account of this gentleman's family I Castle, and Court of Hill, parish of Burford,
and armorial ensigns, refer to that of Sal- Shropshire.

wey, of Moor Park.

Estates — Manor and estate of Elton,
manor and estate of Wigmore Abbey, Here-
fordshire. The Lodge and Courton, Richard's

Seats — The Lodge and Court of Hill,
Shropshire. Elton Hall, Elton, Hereford-


PACKE, CHARLES-JAMES, esq. of Prestwold Hal], in the county of Leicester,

some time lieulenant-colonel of the Leicestershire militia,
b. 29th January, 1758, m. 23rd November, 179*, Pene-
lope, eldest daughter of the late Richard Dugdide, esq. of
Blythe Hall, in Warwickshire, and sister of Dugdale
Stiatford-Dugdale, esq. and has issue,

Charles-William, b. 23rd September, 1792, m. 13th
November, 1821, Kitty-Jenkyn, only daughter of the
late Thomas Hort, esq. This lady assumed the name
and arms of Reading, as heiress under the will of
her godfather, the late Jenkyn Reading, esq. of Har-
penden, in the county of Hertford.

George-Hussey, b. 1st May, 1796, m. 1st September,
1824, Maryanne-Lydia, eldest daughter of John
Heathcote, esq. of Connington Castle, in the county
of Huntingdon, and has issue.

Edmund, b. 30th April, 1799, an officer in the royal
horse guards, m. 23rd November, 1825, Jane-Sarah,
second daughter of John Mansneld, esq. of Bristall
House, in the county of Leicester, and has issue.

James, b. 20th August, 1801, fellow of King's College,

Augustus, b. 8th October, 1805.

Colonel Packe succeeded to the estates at the decease of his father, 20th October, 1816,




The family of PACKB originally was of
the county of Northampton.

Christopher Packe, of Finchley, a mer-
chant of London, espoused Mary, daughter
of — Jones, esq. of the Principality of
Wales, and was father of

Sir Christopher Packe, lord mayor of
London, in 1654—5. This gentleman, a
zealous parliamentarian, received the honor
of knighthood from the Proteetor Crom-
well, and was a memher of the Usurper's
other house of parliament, as Lord Packe.
Upon the restoration of the monarchy, Sir
Christopher's name, at the express recom-
mendation of the House of Lords, was
omitted in the list of persons excepted from
the general pardon, " provided thathe should
never from that time accept any office, ec-
clesiastical, civil, or military, or any other
public employment." He was accordingly,
with six other citizens, who had served the
office of lord mayor in the time of the
Commonwealth, deprived of the aldermanic
gown ; and withdrawing into retirement, he
resided subsequently in great hospitality, at
Cotes, in Leicestershire, where he was living
when the heralds visited that county, in
March, 1G21 - 2, but died on the 17th May
following, about 89 years of age. This
eminent citizen married three wives, but
had issue only by the second, Anne, daugh-
ter of Simon Edmonds, esq. of Howell, in
the county of Lincoln, and niece of Sir
Thomas Edmonds, comptroller to King
James I. namely,

Christopher, his successor.
Simon, a captain in the Flemish wars,
under Sir Henry Goodrick, bart. d.
in 1701.
Anne, m. to Thomas Wilson, esq. of
Keythorpe, and d. in 1772, leaving
several children.
Mary, m. to George Pochin, esq. of

Barkby, and d. s. p.
Susanna, m. to Sir Thomas Bellot,
bart. of Moreton.

The elder son,

Christopher Packe, esq. of Prestwold,
in the county of Leicester, a justice of the
peace for that shire, espoused Jane, daugh-
ter of Sir Gervase Clifton, bart. by Jane,
his sixth wife, daughter of Gervase Eyre,
• m|. of Rempston, Notts, and had issue,

Ci.ifton, his successor.

Charles, who m. Penelope, daughter of

Paul Jeakinson, esq. of Hodseck,

and d. in 1751.
Frances, m. to Sir Robert Clifton, only

brother of Sir Genase Clifton, bart.

Mr. Packe d. 8th September, 1699, and was
s. by his elder son,

Clifton Packe, esq. of Prestwold, who
in. Penelope, daughter and heiress of Ed-
ward Bate, esq. of Maid's Morton, in the
counLv of Buckingham, and had a son and
two daughters, viz.

Charles, his successor.

Penelope, m. to the Hon. Mr. Verney,

son of Lord Willoughby de Broke.
Anne, m. to Francis Stratford, esq. of

Merevale Hall, in the county of

Warw ick.

He was s. at his decease in 1707, by his son,
Charles Packe, esq. of Prestwold Hall.
This gentleman espoused Rebecca, third
daughter of John Harvey, esq. of Old Buck-
enham, in the county of Norfolk, and dying
1st August, 1735, was s. by his only son,

Charles-James Packe, esq. of Prestwold
Hall, b. in 1726, m. first, Charlotte, younger
daughter of Thomas Pochin, esq. of Barkby
Hall, in Leicestershire, (by his first wife,
Charlotte, eldest daughter of Sir Edward
Husscy, bart. to whose estates Mrs. Packe
eventually succeeded) and had issue,

Charles-James, present proprietor.

Charlotte, m. to William Hanbury, esq.
of Kelmarsh, and has issue.

Mr. Packe espoused, secondly, Catherine,
daughter of Robert Clifton, esq. of London,
and had other chidren, viz.

Robert-Christopher, b. in 1783.

Henry, b. in 1786.

Frances, m. in 1799, to Robert Andrew,
esq. of Harlestou, Park, Northamp-


He d. 20th October, 1816, and was s. by
his eldest son, the present Charles-James
Packe, esq. of Prestwold Hall.



Arms— Quarterly ; sa and or. In the
first quarter a cinquefoil arg. with an ermine
spot on each leaf.

Crest— A lion's head or, collared sa. on
the collar, three cinque foils, with an ermine
spot on each leaf.

Motto— Lihertas sub rege pio.

Estates— Prestwold, Cotes, and Hoton,

in the county of Leicester ; paternal inheri-
tance. Caythorpe and Hale, in the county
of Lincoln, derived through the present Mr.
Packe's mother, Charlotte Pochin, from
the family of Hussey.

Seat — Pretwold Hall, in the county of


COOPER, WILLIAM-DODGE-COOPER, esq. m. Elizabeth, daughter and heiress

of John Cooper, esq. of Toddington Park, in the county
of Bedford, and of Park House, Highgate, Middlesex,
by whom he acquired those estates, and dropping his pa-
ternal surname of Heap, assumed by sign manual in 18 19
that of Cooper, and obtained a new grant of arms from
the Herald's College, Mr. Cooper has issue,

1. William-Cooper, w. 26th April, 1831, Laura-Geor-
gina, daughter of Captain Ellis, and has a son.

2. James-Lindsay.

3. Jane-Cooper.

4. Elizabeth-Cooper, m. 27th May, 1827, Count-Alex-
ander-Charles Joseph Vander Burch, eldest son of
the Count Vander Burch, of Escanssiues, in the Ne-
therlands, and has a son and daughter, viz.


5. Amelia-Cooper.

6. Caroline-Cooper.

7. Lucy-Cooper.

This gentleman served the office of sheriff of Bedfordshire, in 1829.


This family resided originally for many
years in Sussex, and the branch of which
we are about to treat was dwelling at Bos-
den, in the county of Chester, about the year
1377. The inscription upon the gravestone,
in the middle aisle, approaching the pulpit
in Stockport church, bears the names of
" Thomas Cowper, de Bosden, February 13,
1411 — and Thomas Cowper, y e son, Octo-
ber 8, 1471." It is not known, however,
whom these persons married, as no parish
registers were kept there at that early pe-
riod, nor before the year 1538; but from
ancient family registers and documents in

the possession of Thomas Cowper and Wil-
liam Mills, the following information is de-

John Cowper, of Bosden, son of the
above Thomas Cowper, m, Grace, daughter
of Sir R. Corbett, and had issue,

John, his successor.
Thomas, m. — Davenport, and had a

Ralph, whose daughter,

Catherine, m. Mabell Sebright.
Matthew, m. — - de llenhull, and had



Elizabeth, m. to - - Chorley, esq.
Man, in. to — Calverley, esq. and

had issue.
Maud, m. to — Newton, esq.
Barbara, d. unmarried.
This John Cowper d. in 1507, and was *. by
his eldest son,

John Cowper, who espoused, in 1525,
Mary, daughter of — Mainwaring, esq. and
dying in 1543, was s. hy his son,

Thomas Cowper, who m. Eleanor, daugh-
ter of Sir Michael Stanhope, and liad two

John, his heir.

Ralph, m. to Miss Howe, and had issue.

He d. in 1582, and was .«. by his elder son,
John Cowper, who m. Catherine, daugh-
ter of — Dutton, esq. and grandaughter of
John Egerton, first Earl of Bridgewater, and
had issue,

John, his successor.

Thomas, m. to — Meredith, and had

Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Walter St.

John, esq. and had issue.

Mr. Cowper d. in 1630, and was buried at

Stockport church : " John Cowper de Bos-
den." He was s. by his son,

John Cowper, of Bosden, who espoused
Mary, daughter of William Brereton, esq.
and had two sons,

John, his successor.
Thomas, m. Alicia, daughter of —
Egerton, esq. and had issue.
He d. in 1681, and was s. by his elder son,
John Cowper, esq. who m. Mary, daugh-
ter and heiress of W. R. Handford, esq.
and had issue,

John, his successor.


Martha, m. to Sir Richard Edgcroft,

bart. and had issue.
Mary, m. to John Hampson, esq. and

had an only daughter.
Sarah, m. to Sir Thomas Bennison, knt.
Elizabeth, m. to Sir Thomas Hyde, knt.
Mr. Cowper d. in 1700, and was s. by his

.In m\ Cowper, esq. of Bosden, who es-
poused, in 1701, Sarah, daughter and heiress
of \\ alter Copestrick, esq. of Langley Park,
in Derbyshire, and had issue,

John, who n. in 1721, Hannah, daugh-
ter anil heiress of Thomas Strettell,

esq. of Ashton, and dying before liis
father, in 1728, left two sons and a
daughter, \iz.

John.' who succeeded his grand-
father at Bosden, m. Anne,
daughter of the Rev. William
Dodge, of Sowesby, in \ ork-

shire, and his daughter, Vwi-
Cooper, espousing the Rev.
John Heap, of Beretham, Sus-
sex, was mother of the present
William - Dodge - Cooper (late
Heap) Cooper, esq.
Thomas, of whom presently.

m. to Joshua Roylance, esq.

but d. s. p.
Elizabeth, m. to Samuel Dale, esq. of
Handford, and had two daughters.

Elizabeth Dale, m. to William

Warren, esq.
Bridgett Dale, m. to Henry Leigh,
Hannah, m. to John Bennison, esq. and

had a daughter, , m. to Peter

Leigh, esq.
Mr. Cowper d. 6th October, 1723, and was
s. by his elder grandson, John Cooper, esq.
His younger grandson,

Thomas Cooper, esq. m. in 1749, Sarah,
daughter and heiress of William Paulden,
esq. and had twelve children — eight sons
and four daughters — ten of whom died in-
fants : the youngest daughter, Sarah, died
in 1785. The youngest son,

John Cooper, esq. b. 16th January, 1759 ;
m. Jane, daughter of William Gidden, esq.
and had an only daughter and heiress,

Elizabeth Cooper, who espoused her

cousin, William - Dodge - Cooper

Heap, esq. who in consequem <•

changed his surname to Cooper, and

is the present proprietor of Todding-

ton Park, Bedfordshire, and of Park

House, Middlesex.

Mr. Cooper served the office of sheriff for

the county of Bedford in 1812, and was t.

at his decease by his son-in-law, the present

William-Dodge-Cooper Cooper, esq.

Arms — Gu. on a chevron between three
lions passant arg. each holding a battle-axe

* This John ami his brother altered the spelling

of the name to Coopf.u.



in his fore paw or, three lozenges sa. on a
chief engrailed gold, a lozenge of the field
between two martlets of the fourth : an
escutcheon of pretence quarterly gu. and
az. on a chevron ermine between three lions
passant or, as many lozenges voided of the

Crest— On a gazon vert, a lion sejant or,
holding in his dexter paw a battle-axe, and
in the sinister a tilting-spear, all ppr.

Motto— Tuum est.

Seats — Toddington Park, Bedfordshire ;
Park House, Middlesex.


WYNDHAM, WILLIAM, esq. of Dinton, in the county of Wilts, b. 18th December,

17C9, m. 3rd March, 1794, Laetitia, daughter of Alex-
ander Popham, esq. one of the masters in Chancery, and
has issue,

WILLIAM, who m. in June, 1831, Ellen, daughter of the
Rev. Samuel Heathcote, of Bramshaw Hill, and has
a daughter, Ellen.

Alexander- Wad ham, who m. in 1830, Emma, daughter
of Sir John Trevelyan, bart. and has issue,

1. William-Trevetyan, b. in 1831.

2. Emma-Lastitia.
George, m. in 1827, Margaret, daughter of John Jay,

esq. and has issue,

1. Alward, b. in 1828.

2. George, b. in 1831.

3. Weeta.

Laetitia, m. in 1824, to William Codrington, esq. of


Louisa-Elizabeth, m. in 1825, to the Reverend Wad-
ham Kuatchbull.




Mr. Wyndham inherited the estates at the decease of his father.


This family derives from a common an-
cestor with that of Wynd h j> m, Earls of Egre-

Sir John Wyndham, knt. of Orehard, in
the county of Somerset, and of Felbrigge,
in Norfolk, espoused Joan, daughter of Sir
Henry Portman, knt. of Orchard-Portman,
in the former shire, and had issue,

1. John, who m. Catharine, daughter

of Robert Hopton, esq. of Withain,
and aunt of Ralph, Lord Hopton,
(see Ourhe's Extinct Peerage). From
this marriage lineally descended
George-O'Brien Wyndham, pre-
sent Earl of Egrcmont.
Henry, who d. unmarried.
Thomas, of Felbrigge and Croun-
thorpe. This gentleman m. twice,



but had issue by liis second wife
(Elizabeth, dan. of Sir John Mede,
knt. of Loftus Hall) only. Amongst
Others, his son and heir,

William, who m. Catherine, dan.

of Sir Joseph Ashe, and had a


Ashe, of Fellbrigge, M.P. for

the county of Norfolk, temp.

Queen Anne, who J. in 174<),

and was s. by his son,

Col. W 1 LLI A M W YNDH A M ,
father of the celebrated
W I LLI A M W Y X D H A M . *

* This eminent person was born in Lon-
don, 3rd May, 1750. In his seventh year
he was placed at Eton, and became con-
spicuous amongst his companions for abili-
ties and courage. In 17(50, he went to the
University of Glasgow, and the next year
he entered Oxford as a gentleman com-
moner. At this period of his life, he felt so
little interest in public affairs, that he w as
said never to know who was prime minister.
His debut, as a public speaker, was at a
political meeting in Norwich, and he there
opposed, with great energy, the subscription
then in progress to sustain the American
war. In 1782, he obtained a seat in par-
liament, as representative for Norwich, and
here, as at Eton, he was soon distinguished
by his talents and intrepidity. In 1783,
he was appointed chief secretary to the
lord-lieutenant of Ireland. Upon the dis-
union amongst the whigs, in 1793, Wind-
ham attached himself to Burke, and the
next year he was constituted secretary-at-
war, with the unusual distinction of a seat
in the cabinet. From this time he held
office until the retirement of Mr. Pitt, in
1801, at whose decease in 1806, he resumed
his station of secretary-at-war, joined to
that of colonial secretary, under the Gren-
ville administration. With the whigs he
again retired, and ever afterwards sate upon
the opposition bench. His death, which
took place in 1810, arose from the following
circumstance. While passing, in the pre-
ceding year, by the end of Conduit-street,
(-»n the 8th July,) he saw a house on fire,
and with his characteristic intrepidity, pro-
ceeded towards the spot, in order to afford
all the assistance in bis power. He found
the tlaines rapidly advancing towards the
residence of the Hon. Mr. North, whose

4. Francis, d. unmarried.

5. George (Sir), d. unmarried in 1624.

6. George, ancestor of the Wyndhams,
of Cromer, in Norfolk.

7. Humphrey, from whom descended
Thomas Wyxdham, esq. of Dun-

raven Castle, in the county of Gla-
morgan, whose only daughter and

Cakolixe Wyxdham, m. 27th
December, 1810, the Hon.
\\ indham-Henry Quin, elder
son of Valentine, Lord Adare,
to whom she conveyed Dun-
valuable library he determined, if possible,
to save from destruction. He laboured at
the task which he thus imposed upon him-
self, for no less than four hours, during a
heavy rain, and amidst the playing of seve-
ral engines. He laboured, however, not in
vain, for most of the books were preserved ;
but he sustained a serious injury in the hi]),
by falling under the weight of some heavy
volumes ; of the accident he took little no-
tice, until an indolent encysted tumour had
been formed, when, upon taking surgical
advice, lie found that it was necessary for
him to submit to a painful and dangerous
operation. The tumour was accordingly
operated upon and removed, 17th May, 18IO,
but unfavourable symptoms followed, and
he expired on the 4th of the following June.
"•Windham generally acted," (says a recent
writer,) " as though he cared for no opinion
but his own. He dealt largely in para-
doxes, was often false in his philosophy ,
and occasionally advocated nonsense ; yet
he had the credit of being an enlightened
man, and of always speaking as he thought.
A Quixote against what he deemed the pre-
judices of the great: he frequently startled
the dull ear of some stately associate, by
asserting that it was essential for the sup-
port of our national intrepidity, to encourage
cock-fighting, bull-baiting, and pugilism. 1 1
was his ambition to realize and embody in
himself the popular idea of a thorough Eng-
lishman ; his eloquence was bold and forci-
ble ; his opinions masculine, generous, and
tolerant. He had a most fervid affection for
the pastimes of our ancestors ; and de-
claimed with equal zeal and eloquence to
prove the necessity of their perpetuation.
His popular predilections were so nicely
balanced by his loyalty, that he enjoyed the



raven Castle, &c. and he as-
sumed the additional surname
of Wyndham. His father was
subsequently created Earl of
Dunraven and Mountearl, and
he inherited those lion ours
himself at the decease of that
nobleman, 24th August, 1824.

8. Hugh (Sir), ofSilton. This gentle-
man Avas called to the degree of
serjeant-at-law 1st June, 1660, con-
stituted one of the barons of the ex-
chequer in 1670, and subsequently
transferred to the bench of the com-

9. Wadham (Sir), of whom we are
about to treat.

The youngest son,

Sir Wadham Wyndham, of Norrington,
in the county of Wilts, was one of the
judges of the court of king's bench, in 16G0.
He m. Barbara, daughter of Sir George
Clarke, knt. of Walford, Northamptonshire,
and had, with several other children,

rare felicity, as a public man, of being in
high favour with the people, without render-
ing himself at all odious to the sovereign.
He was much beloved in private life, his
character being amiable, and his conversa-
tion varied, sportive, intelligent, and con-
ciliating. So decidedly high did he rank in
public estimation, that the immediate neigh-
bourhood of his residence was thronged with
carriages during his illness, containing
anxious enquirers as to the state of his
health ; his house was crowded with friends
during the consultations of his medical at-
tendants. All classes exhibited the most
lively sympathy for his sufferings; and the
king himself repeatedly desired to be in-
formed of the progress of his malady; em-
phatically declaring that the expiring senator
was a genuine patriot and a truly honest
man." Mr. Wyndham d. unmarried.

i. John, of Norrington, who m. Alice,
daughter of Thomas Fownes, esq.
and left three sons, viz.

1 . John, whose only daughter and
heiress, Anne, wedded the Hon.
James-Everard Arundel, and d.
in 1796.

2. Wadham, d. s. p.

3. Thomas, for several years Lord
Chancellor of Ireland, who was
elevated to the peerage of that
kingdom, as Baron Wyndham,
of Finglas. His lordship d. s. p.
in 1745.

ii. William.
The second son,

William Wyndham, esq. of Dinton, in
Wiltshire, m. Henrietta, daughter and co-
heir of Henry Stratford, esq. of Hawling,
in the county of Gloucester, and was s. at
his decease by his son,

William Wyndham, esq. of Dinton, in
the county of Wilts, and of Hawling, Glou-
cestershire, who m. Barbara, daughter and
heiress of Michael Smith, esq. of Staunton
St. Bernard, in Wiltshire, and had a son

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