Edward Weld (1741–1775) by Pompeo Batoni Edward Weld (1740–1775) was a British recusant landowner . Contents 1 Biography 2 The trials of his widow 3 Landholdings of Weld family 4 References Biography [ edit] Edward Weld was the eldest of the four sons and one daughter of Edward Weld (1705–1761) and his second wife, Dame Maria née Vaughan. 
Edward Weld (1705 – 8 December 1761) was an English gentleman of the landed gentry and a member of an old recusant family. Weld is notable for two trials, one when he was accused of impotency, the other for treason at the tine of the Jacobite rising of 1745 . He also made significant improvements at Lulworth Castle . Contents 1 Early life
Edward was the third and first surviving son of Humphrey Weld (died 1722) of Lulworth, (grandnephew of MP, Humphrey Weld,  purchaser in 1641 of the vast Lulworth Estate who died without a male heir), and of his wife Margaret Simeons, daughter of Sir James Simeons of Chilworth nr. Oxford. Weld succeeded to his father in 1722.
11/12/2014 · Edward Weld, Esq. Birthdate: 1705: Death: 1761 (55-56) Immediate Family: Son of Humphrey Weld of Lulworth Castle and Margaret Weld Husband of Mary Theresa Vaughan and Hon. Catherine Elizabeth Weld Father of Edward Weld and Thomas Weld of Lulworth Castle Brother of Mary Widdrington and John Weld. Managed by: Elizabeth Foster: Last Updated:
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- 1761 (55-56)
- Elizabeth Foster
Edward H Weld in 1920 United States Federal Census Edward H Weld was born circa 1882, at birth place, Illinois. Edward married Mary S Weld. They had 3 children: Edward H Weld and 2 other children. Edward lived in 1920, at address, Illinois. Edward Howland Weld in United States World War I Draft Registrations, 1917-1918
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Edward Weld was the third and first surviving son of Humphrey Weld (died 1722) of Lulworth, son of William Weld, and the grandnephew of Humphrey Weld MP,  (purchaser in 1641 of the vast Lulworth Estate, who had died without a male heir), and of his wife Margaret Simeons, daughter of Sir James Simeons of Chilworth nr. Oxford.