Name: William Sacheverell
Birth: 1638 1
Death: 9 OCT 1691
Burial: Morley, Derbyshire
Residence: Barton, Notts, & Morley, Derbyshire
Occupation: Whig politician
Education: Grays Inn
MEM: Morley, Derbyshire: tomb (still there?) 2
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Change Date: 30 MAR 2012
A fine portrait of William Sacheverell, 'aet. 18' (the property of the present writer), is at Renishaw; an engraving from it forms the frontispiece to 'The First Whig? by Sir George Reresby Sitwell.
His dau Katherine married Francis Sitwell, and hence the name of Sacheverell Sitwell?
Had by Mary Staunton 5 sons (4 dvp) and 4 daus (2 dvp)
Also married 18 Dec 1676, Jane, dau of Sir John Newton, Bt of Culverthorpe, Haydor, Lincs, and Barrscourt, Glos, and had 3 sons (2 dvp) and 3 daus.
Evidently not this man:
William Sacheverell, Governor of the Isle of Man from 1692 to 1694, and author of An Account of the Isle of Man, 1702.
Father: Henry Sacheverell b: ABT 1610
Mother: Jocosa Maunsfield b: ABT 1610 in Morley, Derbyshire
Mary Staunton b: 1633
in Staunton, Notts
- Joyce Sacheverell b: ABT 1672 in Staunton, Leics
- Type: Book
Periodical: Dictionary of National Biography (DNB)
- Type: Book
Periodical: The House of Commons 1690-1715
Author: David Hayton, Eveline Cruickshanks, Stuart Handley