"Luscombe Castle was built in 1800 for Charles Hoare , a prominent banker from the near by resort town of Dawlish , in the county of Devon in England . The house was designed by John Nash , and was a trendsetter for the Gothic Revival with its castellated tower and walls. The inside is simple Neo Classicism , but with Gothic windows. The rooms are arranged around a central lobby beneath the tower." Source: Wikipedia
John Merideth Mostyn
Died of tuberculosis.
Cecilia Margaretta Thrale
Sacred to the memory of
CECILIA MARGARETTA MOSTYN
youngest daughter of the late HENRY THRALE ESQ
and widow of JOHN MEREDITH MOSTYN ESQ
of Segroit Denbighshire
Died 1st May 1857 aged 80
This tablet is erected by
her only surviving and affectionate so
THOMAS ARTHUR BERTIE MOSTYN
Stillborn son after a difficult three day labour.
John Salusbury Mostyn
Died unmarried and without issue.
Thomas Arthur Bertie Mostyn
Henry Meredydd Mostyn
Known as Harry. Middle name Meredith? d.s.p.
John Stanislaus Townshend
Of Trevalyn house, near Rossett.
Charles William Wyndham
Charles William Wyndham:
Died 1 July 1828 at Newmarket ,aged 68 formerly MP for Sussex: brother to the Earl of Egremont, and step-father to Lord Durham.
He was the third son of Charles , the late and second Earl, by the Hon Almeria (Alicia Maria) Carpenter, only daughter of George second Lord Carpenter, sister to George first Earl of Tyrconnel, and secondly after Lord Egremont's death, the wife of Count Bruhl of Saxony. Mr Wyndham sat for many years in the House of Commons. At the General Election in 1790, being then Secretary and Clerk of the Inrolments in Jamaica (which offices he retained we believe, till his death) he was returned both for Tavistock and Midhurst. He made his election for the latter borough: but during the same Parliament, in 1792, accepted the Chiltern Hundreds, and was re-elected for Shoreham. For that borough he was returned at the two next General Elections of 1796 and 1801; and in 1807, on the accession of the late Due of Richmond to the peerage, he succeeded him in the representation of the County of Sussex. He was re-chosen for the county in 1807, but retired in 1812, and had not since been a member of the Legislature. Mr Wyndham was a constant attendant on the turf, of which he was zealous supporter.
Mr Wyndham married, Feb 4 1801, Lady Anne-Barbara-Frances Lambton, second daughter of George Bussey fourth Earl of Jersey, widow of William Henry Lambton, esq MP for the County of Durham, and mother of the present Lord Durham, Lady Anne who survives Mr Wyndham, had no issue by her second marriage.
The deceased was the second brother Lord Egremont has lost this year; see a memoir of the late Hon W.F. Wyndham in Part i p 363. One only, the hon. Percy Charles heir presumptive to the Earldom now Survives
Source: The Gentleman's Magazine 1828 p 175