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  1. 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.

  2. Edward Weld (1705 East Lulworth – 8 December 1761 Lulworth Castle) was a wealthy English gentleman landowner and member of an old recusant family. He was responsible for initiating the internal Adam style decor and 18th century furnishing of a rare example of an early 17th century mock Jacobean castellated hunting lodge and extensive grounds he had inherited from his father.

  3. 17/11/2020 · Edward Weld (1705-1761) was a wealthy English landowner and member of an old recusant family descended from Sir Humphrey Weld, a merchant, who was elected Lord Mayor of London in 1608. Edward was the third and first surviving son of Humphrey Weld of Lulworth and his wife Margaret Simeons, daughter of Sir James Simeons of Chilworth nr. Oxford. Weld succeeded to his father in 1722. On coming of ...

  4. Edward Weld (1705 East Lulworth - 8 de diciembre de 1761 Lulworth Castle ) fue un rico terrateniente inglés y miembro de una antigua familia reclusa . Fue responsable de iniciar la decoración interna de estilo Adam y el mobiliario del siglo XVIII de un raro ejemplo de un pabellón de caza almenado jacobeo simulado de principios del siglo XVII y extensos terrenos que había heredado de su ...

  5. dbpedia.org › resource › Edward_Weld_(Senior)About: Edward Weld (Senior)

    Edward Weld (1705 East Lulworth – 8 December 1761 Lulworth Castle) was a wealthy English gentleman landowner and member of an old recusant family. He was responsible for initiating the internal Adam style decor and 18th century furnishing of a rare example of an early 17th century mock Jacobean castellated hunting lodge and extensive grounds he had inherited from his father.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Edward_WeldEdward Weld - Wikipedia

    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.

  7. Edward Weld (1705 East Lulworth – 8 December 1761 Lulworth Castle) was a wealthy English gentleman landowner and member of an old recusant family. He was responsible for initiating the internal Adam style decor and 18th century furnishing of a rare example of an early 17th century mock Jacobean castellated hunting lodge and extensive grounds he had inherited from his father.

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