William Cadogan 1st Earl Cadogan
Cadogan: A lidless teapot, inspired by Chinese wine pots, that is filled from the bottom. Some sources say it was named after William Cadogan, 1st Earl of Cadogan (1675-1726), who was said to be the first Englishman to own such a pot. The water is poured in through a hole in the bottom, and then the pot is quickly turned right side up. An interior funnel or tube prevents the water from leaking out through the hole. Other sources claim it was named after a Lady Cadogan who popularized the lidless teapot in the 19th Century. "Lady Cadogan's teapot was reproduced by the pottery works at Rockingham and, after a well-publicized compliment by the Prince Regent, became quite fashionable. "
Created Baron Cadogan of Reading 21 Jun 1716 and Baron Cadogan of Oakley,Viscount Caversham and Earl to Cadogan 8 May 1718. MP for Woodstock 1705-1716. PC 1717 KT 1716
Sir Hans Fowler 5th Bart
Died without male heirs. Welsh estates of Abby-cwnhir etc devolved upon his sister Sarah Hodges. High Sheriff for Radnor in 1765.