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.  He was heir to the enormous Lulworth Estate with its magnificent Jurassic coastline and its castle in the county of Dorset, England and to other estates. He was a member of the well connected notable recusant ...
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 .
Edward Weld era el mayor de los cuatro hijos y una hija de Edward Weld (1705-1761) y su segunda esposa, Dame Maria née Vaughan. Era el heredero de la enorme finca Lulworth con su magnífica costa jurásica y su castillo en el condado de Dorset, Inglaterra y de otras fincas.
Title: Edward Weld; Creator: Pompeo G. BATONI; Date Created: c.1761; Location: Rome; Physical Dimensions: w62 x h75 cm; Type: Painting; Rights: James & Diana Ramsay Fund 2004, © Art Gallery of South Australia; External Link:
Edward Weld I 1275–1300 1275 Birth • 0 Sources about 1275 Eaton by Congleton, Cheshire, England 1300 Age 25 Death • 0 Sources 1300 Eaton by Congleton, Cheshire, England Family Members SPOUSES AND CHILDREN Edward Weld I 1275–1300 Marriage: Mrs Edward Weld 1275–Female Children (2) John Weld II 1300–1330 Mrs. Matilda Weld 1300–Female
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Edward Weld, 1740 - 1775. Edward Weld was born in 1740, at birth place, to Edward Weld and Mary-Theresa Weld (born Vaughan). Mary-Theresa was born in 1705. Edward married Marie Fitzherbert (life long companion) Hanover (born Smythe) in 1775, at age 35. Marie was born on July 26 1756, in Tong, Shropshire, England.
‘Edward Weld’ was created in 1761 by Pompeo Batoni in Neoclassicism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.