1st Baronet

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  • The mansion house that was built by the 1st Baronet burned down in a fire.
  • She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Cave, 1st Baronet and four years his junior.
  • During the early part of the war Sir Arthur Harris, 1st Baronet lived in the town.
  • On his death he was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir John Clerk, 1st Baronet.
  • His brother, Sir William Cain, 1st Baronet, was also heavily involved in the business.
  • He was succeeded in his estates by his second son, Sir Thomas Tipping, 1st Baronet.
  • He was succeeded by his son Henry, who was the father of Sir William Frankland, 1st Baronet.
  • A new baronetcy was created for his fourth son, Sir Henry Acland, 1st Baronet.
  • He succeeded to the baronetcy at the age of 16 on the death of his father, the 1st baronet.
  • The title became extinct on the death in 1702 of the 1st Baronet.
  • Austen was the son of Sir Robert Austen, 1st Baronet and his second wife.
  • He was the second and youngest of the two sons of Sir Thomas Crosse, 1st Baronet.
  • The latter kept the house until 1632, when he sold it to Sir Thomas Morgan, 1st Baronet.
  • It was the home of Sir Thomas Penyston, 1st Baronet and his family occupied the house until the 19th century.
  • He left this house to his son Sir Thomas William Evans, 1st Baronet who also became a Member of Parliament.
  • He had six children from his first marriage, including Rebecca, who married Sir Philip Parker, 1st Baronet.
  • Hele was the son of Sir Thomas Hele, 1st Baronet and his first wife.
  • He was on extremely friendly terms with agents Winter and later Sir William Langhorne, 1st Baronet.
  • They had five sons and nine daughters, including He was also the brother of Sir John Lowther, 1st Baronet.
  • King was the son of Sir Richard King, 1st Baronet, a wealthy and high-ranking member of the Navy.
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