Walwyn, James (1689 -1766)

James Walwyn, of Longworth in Herefordshire, was the second, but only surviving, son of James Walwyn, of Hereford, and Ann, daughter and heir of Sir William Bowyer. He was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he matriculated 14 January 1707, aged seventeen. He succeeded his father in 1705. He married, 28 January 1717, Ann, only daughter and heir of Richard Taylor of Kensington. They had one son and three daughters. He entered Parliament as Member for Hereford at a by election in 1723, and was nominated again in 1727, but withdrew before the poll. He was High Sheriff of Herefordshire 1732.

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Title: Walwyn, James (1689 - 1766) (Stamp 1)
Crest: On an embattled wall or part of a tower a wyvern wings expanded pierced through the head with a spear
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Heraldic Charges: spear, Heraldic Charges: tower, Heraldic Charges: wyvern