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Edward Rich,=Charlotte Middleton, only da. and heir. Her first marriage TThe Right Hon. Joseph Addison of BilEarl of War- | allegation 15 February 1696-7, aged about 16, at disposal of ton, Warwick, the famous Essayist and wick and Hol- Dame Mary Bridgeman, both parents being dead. Her Statesman, son of Lancelot Addison, Dean land, born second marriage took place 3 August 1716. She died 7
She died 7 of Lichfield, by Jane, sister of William 1673; died 31 July 1731. (There are two portraits of her at Bilton.) Gulston, Bishop of Bristol ; born 1 May July 1701.
1672 ; died 17 June 1719 at Holland 1st husband.
House, Kensington ; buried in Westminster Abbey 26 June following 2nd husband.
Edward Henry Rich, Earl of Warwick and Holland, born
Charlotte Addison, only child, of Bilton, Warwick, born 30 January
Richard Middleton, 3rd son, of Llys-Elizabeth, da. of Sir William Ryder, Knt., of Bethnal rasi, and of London, Merchant ; born Green, Middlesex, by Priscilla Twedy his wife. 4 May 1631 ; died about 1700.
Robert Middleton of Chirk Castle, to which he=Anne, da. and coheir
Dring of Isleworth,
John Middleton of Chirk Castle, F.R.S., 7Mary, da. of
Robert Modoalton Jo-Mlynulitz
Mary Middle-=Lieut. - General Tayler,
Regiment, died Octo-
Anne Middleton, buried=Robert Townsend of Christleton, Elizabeth, da. of William
; ter, 16 May 1766. 1st Chester, died at Liverpool 1 May of Chester; married 21 wife. 1791 in his 83rd year.
November 1782. 2nd wife.
Euphemia Crawford "of Pall=Richard Middleton of Chirk Castle, only son and heir, Lord=Elizabeth, eldest da. of Sir Mary,
ampton; died 7 November died
Maria Middleton, 4th da, and coheir, Hon. Frederick West, 3rd son of
Harriet Middleton, 5th da. and coheir, of Ruthin Castle, died unmarried. Left her share of the estates to her nephew Frederick Richard West, M.P.
Hence CORNWALLIS-WEST of Ruthin Castle, Denbigh.
hych Harriet Augedelton
Anne Middleton, 2nd da., buried at Chirk 16 July 1781.
Charlotte Middleton, 3rd da. and co-Robert Biddulph of Ledbury,
Cheltenham 30 August 1814.
Hence MYDDELTON-BIDDULPH of Chirk Castle, Denbigh.
Richard Middleton of Chirk and Casterton Parva, near Stamford ; M.P. for the Borough
Elizabeth Middleton, eldest da., buried at Cbirk 26 January 1781.
Richard Middleton, baptized
1 Priscilla Middleton, baptized at St. Olave's, Hart Street, 30 November 1669 ; buried at Chirk 30 September 1734.
Ricbard Middleton, baptized at St. Olave's, Hart Street, 24 March 1667; buried in St. Andrew's Undershaft 19 July 1668.
Charles Middleton, baptized at St. Olave's, Hart Street, 25 July 1681.
Ryder's Anne ; buried at Chirk 15 August 1735.
Anne Middleton, baptized at St. Olave's, Martha Middle-
St. Olave's, Hart
Charles Middleton, 6th son, of Plâs Bodsley, born 16 July 1635 ; TJane, da. of Sir Robert Needham of Lambeth, Knt., by Jane, da. married at Lambeth 18 June 1660; died 1691, and buried at and heir of William Cokayne. The famous beauty of Charles Lambeth, but unrecorded in the Register.
II.'s Court. Pepys calls her “the fair Madam Middleton,” and
in the Memoirs of de Gramont. One of her sisters was Eleanor,
mistress to James, Duke of Monmouth, by whom she had, with other issue, Henrietta, Duchess of Bolton. (See Dict. Nat.
xxxix., 439.) Buried at Lambeth, but unrecorded in the Register, 1692. (Her picture by Lely is at Hampton Court.)
Elizabeth Middleton, legatee of cousin Sir Richard 19 February 1711.
. Jane Middleton, baptized at Lambeth=. 21 December 1661; died 1740.
Timothy Middleton, 7th son, born Anne, da. and=Thomas Powell, Esq., son and 28 February 1640; married 1665; heir of Cap- heir of Sir Thomas Powell, lived first at Plâs Cadwgan, but in tain Walter Bart., of Horsley; born 1650; 1668 purchased the estate of Panty- Cook of Step- High Sheriff of Denbigh 1684 ; ockin, where he died July 1669 ; ney. Adm'on died 9 April 1689, having reburied at Chirk. 1st husband. 24 July 1675. married; buried at Gresford.
Anne Middleton, only child and heir, baptized at William Robinson of Gwersylt, parish of Gresford, co. Denbigh; High Sheriff of
William Robinson Lytton of Knebworth, Herts, buried 27 November Elizabeth, da. and sole heir of Giles Heysham of London,
' ; 1732 at Knebworth. He took the name of Lytton on succeeding to the Merchant; buried 10 August 1737 at Knebworth.
Hence BULWER-LYTTON, Earls Lytton, Barons Lytton and Dalling, etc.