Near Chipping-Norton, Oxfordshire.—Brassey.
Heythrop is a stately mansion built in the Grecian style.
The rooms are large, and highly ornamented, some of them being also hung with tapestry.
The grounds are extensive, and well supplied with the adornments of wood and water.
In a former account of the place the conservatory is stated to be nearly two hundred and fifty feet long.
An account of the earlier descents of this family has been given in a previous page of the present work. It is therefore only necessary here to begin with
Thomas Brassey, Esq., of Bulkeley, Cheshire, born November 7th., 1805, who succeeded to the representation of the senior branch at the death of his uncle in 1843. He married, December 27th., 1831, Maria Farrington, daughter of Joseph Harrison, Esq., of Liverpool, and had issue
- Thomas Brassey, his heir, of Bulkeley and Normanhurst.
- John Brassey, born June 1st., died June 16th., 1839.
Henry Arthur Brassey, of Preston Hall, Aylesford, Kent, and M.P. for Sandwich, born July 11th., 1840, married, June 24th., I860, Anna Harriet, daughter of George Robert Stephenson, Esq., of Tongswood, Hawkhurst, Kent, an officer in the Seventh Dragoon Guards, and Major in the West Kent Militia, and had issue,
Arthur Albert, born March 4th., 1868, died June 1st., 1869.
Henry Leonard Campbell, born March 7th., 1870.
Ethel Anna Maria.
- Albert Brassey.
The fourth son,
Albert Brassey, Esq., an officer in the Fourteenth Hussars, J.P. for Oxfordshire, born February 22nd., 1844, married, January 12th., 1871, the Honourable Matilda Marie Helena Bingham, daughter of John Charles Robert Bingham, fourth Lord Claninorris, and had
Robert Bingham, born in 1875.
Mary Eleanor Anne.
Rose Zana Maria.
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