Admitted at Middle Temple (07 December 1786) and called to the Bar (09 June 1780); member of Inner Temple (07 May 1800) in order to buy chambers in Sir Robert Sawyer's Buildings; Bencher of Middle Temple (1807). Became a Fellow of the Royal Society, 16/04/1801.
Was born a deaf mute.
Ambrose Isted1 (M)b. before 1817, d. 13 May 1881, #13271
Last Edited 28 Apr 2007
Ambrose Isted was born before 1817. He married, firstly, Eleanor Elizabeth Stopford <p3781.htm>, daughter of Reverend Hon. Richard Bruce Stopford <p2908.htm> and Hon. Eleanor Powys <p3780.htm>, on 26 July 1832.1 He married, secondly, Hon. Frances Elizabeth Anson <p1327.htm>, daughter of Thomas Anson, 1st Viscount Anson <p1034.htm> and Anne Margaret Coke <p1034.htm>, on 10 September 1853. He died on 13 May 1881. Ambrose Isted lived in Ecton, Northamptonshire, England <pd135.htm>.1
Family 1 Eleanor Elizabeth Stopford <p3781.htm> d. 12 October 1851
Family 2 Hon. Frances Elizabeth Anson <p1327.htm> d. 25 December 1899
Citations [S37 <s1.htm>] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 925. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition
Rev. Thomas Percy DD
VENN Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, Dec. 9, 1769; D.D. 1770. From Christ Church, Oxford, whence he had matric. July 7, 1746, as Piercy; B.A. (Oxford) 1750; M.A. (Oxford) 1753. [S. of Arthur, grocer, of Bridgnorth, Shropshire. B. there, Apr. 13, 1729. School, Bridgnorth Grammar.] Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1751; priest, June, 1753. V. of Easton-Mauduit, Northants., 1753-82. R. of Wilby, 1756-82. Chaplain to the Duke of Northumberland, 1765. Chaplain to the King, 1769. Dean of Carlisle, 1778-82. Bishop of Dromore, 1782-1811. Married, 1759, Anne, dau. of Barton Gutteridge, of Desborough, Northants.; she was appointed nurse to Prince Edward, afterwards Duke of Kent, in 1771. Edited Surrey's Poems. Author of the Reliques of Ancient English Poetry; The Household Book of the Earl of Northumberland in 1512; Northern Antiquities; The Hermit of Warkworth; A New Translation of the Song of Solomon; A Key to the New Testament; etc. The publication of Reliques, which made an epoch in the history of English literature, arose out of his discovery of a folio MS. (lying dirty in a bureau in the house of a friend, and being used by the maids to light the fire) which contained copies in an early seventeenth-century hand of many old poems and ballads. His portrait was painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Died Sept. 30, 1811. Father of Henry (1780). (Al. Oxon.; Northants. Clergy; D.N.B.; G. Mag., 1811, II. 395; C. Brooks, The Percy Letters.)
English poet and translator.
Robert Flint Corbett
Rev. Charles Sturges
Education: BA Queens' College, Cambridge
Ordination - Deacon: 27 May 1716, Lambeth
Prebendary: 27 Oct 1727 - 06 Mar 1746 Lincoln Cathedral, Prebend of Milton Manor
Rector: 06 Apr 1732 - 16 Apr 1743 Conington,Cambridge
Robert Flint Corbett