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Fleming, of Brompton Park, Middlesex (GB Baronet,1763 - 1763)
Creation: let.pat. 22 Apr 1763
Extinct: 5 Nov 1763
Family name: Fleming
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1.Sir John Fleming, 1st Bt.
only son of Lieut Robert Fleming, of Achonry, co. Sligo, an Officer in his brother's, Major General James Fleming, Regiment of Foot, by his wife Katharine Spence
after 3 Jul 1753 Jane Coleman (b. c. 1732; mar. (2) Mar 1770 as his second wife Edwin [Lascelles], 1st Baron Harewood; d. 11 Apr 1813; bur. in Westminster Abbey), only dau. of William Coleman, of Garnhay, co. Devon, by his wife Jane Seymour, sister of Edward [Seymour], 8th Duke of Somerset, and 7th dau. of Sir Edward Seymour, 5th Bt. MP, of Berry Pomeroy, co. Devon
1. Seymour Fleming (dvp. Oct 1763)
1. Jane Fleming (d. 3 Feb 1824; bur. in Westminster Abbey), mar. 23 May 1779 Charles [Stanhope], 3rd Earl of Harrington, and had issue
2. Seymour Dorothy Fleming (b. 5 Oct 1758; d. 9 Sep 1818), mar. (1) 20 Sep 1775 Rt Hon Sir Richard Worsley, 7th Bt. MP, of Apuldercombe, Isle of Wight, and (2) 12 Sep 1807 John Lewis Cuchet later Fleming, and had one legitimate son (who died young) by her first husband as well as several illegitimate children by her many lovers
s.p.m.s. 5 Nov 1763 (bur. in South Audley Street Chapel; later removed 21 Feb 1764 to Westminster Abbey)
22 Apr 1763 a Baronet of Great Britain, styled "of Brompton Park, Middlesex"
On the death of the 1st Baronet the Baronetcy of Fleming, of Brompton Park, co. Middlesex, became extinct.
First written 22 Oct 2015
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