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Marriage: Children:
  1. Eleanor Harris: Birth: 29 MAR 1750 in Kington, Herefordshire. Death: 27 DEC 1815 in Hampstead, Middlesex

  2. Ann Harris: Birth: 1752. Death: 6 JUL 1825 in Stockwell Place, London

  3. Thomas Harris: Birth: ABT 1754. Death: 30 JUL 1792 in England

  4. Joseph Lloyd Harris: Birth: BEF 1759. Death: 1783 in East Indies

  5. James Lloyd Harris: Birth: 1759. Death: 2 DEC 1824 in The Moor, Lyonshall, Herefordshire

1. Page:   Given as mother of Eleanor
Text:   IGI
2. Text:   IGI: Extract from parish register or other original record.

a. Note:   N7476 Bredenbury, where she was married, is 17 miles from Shobdon. It is 3 1⁄2 miles W. of Bromyard, 8 1⁄2 E. of Leominster, and 14 N.E. of Hereford.
 The IGI has no other event in Bredenbury for any Woodhouse, other than this marriage, so it would seem Milborough was not born there.
 It would seem that the first son was named after his paternal grandfather, the second after his father, and the third after his maternal grandfather.
 Nicholas Rogers to John Woodhouse, Essex St., London.
 Baltemore Town, Oct. 16. 1756:
 "I intend to send you my eldest son over which I have named after his uncle James Lloyd in about 7 or 8 years which I intend to have edecated for a lawyer.” This eldest son was then “about 8 years old.”.
 (National Genealogical Society quarterly: Volume 65; Volume 65. 1977.)
 July 1757
 1. James Lloyd Harries of town of Knighton, co. Hereford, gent.
 2. John Woodhouse of Essex St., London, gent.
Mortgage Demise for 500 years
For securing £500 and interest on m., tmt. And lands the Lloyney, co. Radnor [nr. Knighton].
 In 1749 and 1755 John Woodhouse lived in Essex Street.
 On 22 April 1759 the only dau. of John Woodhouse of Essex St., died, at her father’s house in Essex St.
 (Weekly Gazette.)
 August 1766
 1. John Woodhouse, later of Essex St., etc, now of Bridewell hospital, London; Joseph Arndell of Penyrwrlodd, co. Brecon’, esqs; Richard Coke of Lower Moor, co. Hereford, clerk
 2. William Archibald of Presteign, co. Radnor, gent.
3. James Lloyd Harris, late of Kington, co.Hereford, scrivener, dealer and chapman
4. Samuel Lewin of the waterhouse, co.Essex, esq.
Lease and Release
Of the Lloyney, p.Clirow
Consideration : £1,600 to John Woodhouse by 4. (part of principal and interest due to Woodhouse by Mortgage, 2. September 1760). Dorses : ‘7’ ‘(no.27)’ ; ‘8’ ‘(no28)’.
 Mr. John Woodhouse was appointed clerk of Bridewell and Bethlem hospitals in 1760.
 in 1776 the clerk of Bethlem Royal Hospital was John Woodhouse; he was later joined by Richard Woodhouse; and by 1792 they had been succeeded by Bolton Hudson.
 In 1791 John Woodhouse had been obliged to resign (as a director of the East India Company?) when he had been implicated in the sale of a ship’s command.
 (The Business of Empire: The East India Company and Imperial Britain, 1756–1833. H. V. Bowen.)
 Yatton Court, Aymestrey, Herefordshire, is set in the most glorious park which was created in the late 18th century by the then owner, John Woodhouse (1716-1792). In the early 1800s Yatton Court was owned by John Woodhouse who was a Governor of Bridewell and Bethlehem Hospitals, and was for many years one of the Directors of the East India company as well as a major landowner in Herefordshire (he also owned Aramstone House in Kings  Caple). He was outlived by his wife Elizabeth, who died in 1817 aged 93 “in full possession of her faculties”.
 Yatton Court, Aymestrey, on the South Shropshire/North Herefordshire border, was completed in 1790 by John Woodhouse of Ledicot, who bought the site from the Weaver family, and has remained in the family since it was built.
 Aymestry and Ledicot are 3.5km apart.
 The original Aramstone House dated back to the early 17th century, when it was owned by the Marrett family, then it passed to the Woodhouse family through marriage. Francis Woodhouse rebuilt the house in around 1730.
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