Aldworth, Richard (1688 -1738)

Richard Aldworth, of Stanlake in Berkshire was the second son of Richard Aldworth, King's Remembrancer for Ireland, whose will was proved in 1707, and of Mary, daughter and sole heir of William Crofton M.P. of Temple House, County Sligo. His elder brother, John, died without issue in 1710 and Richard inherited the estate. He held the offices of Yeoman of the Jewel Office and Verderer of Windsor Forest. His only son by his wife Katherine, daughter of Richard Neville, of Billingbere in Waltham Lawrence in Berkshire, Richard Neville Aldworth, was a Member of Parliament from 1747 and an Under Secretary of State. In 1762 he assumed the name and arms of Neville. His grandson Richard Aldworth Neville succeeded as 2nd Baron Braybrooke in 1797, and assumed the name of Griffin after those of Aldworth Neville. The pedigree of Aldworth is printed in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica New series iv,173 174 (1884).

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Aldworth, Richard (1688-1738)  (Stamp 1) Title: Aldworth, Richard (1688 - 1738) (Stamp 1)
Arms: Semy of cross crosslets fitchy a chevron between three boars heads couped erect a crescent for difference
Crest: A demi-dragon rampant holding a cross crosslet fitchy
Motto: Non cangerei
Helmet: Esquire
Dimensions (height x width): 52mm x 51mm
Heraldic Charges: boars heads (3), Heraldic Charges: chevron between, Heraldic Charges: cross crosslet, Heraldic Charges: crosses crosslet fitchy (semy), Heraldic Charges: dragon, demi-