Birth9 May 1708, Hitchin
Baptism9 Jun 1708, Hitchin parish church, Herts
Death24 Sep 1792, Great James St, London
Burial3 Oct 1788, St Mary the Virgin, Hatfeild Broadoak, Essex
General8th bart. Sheriff of Herts in 1754/5.
FatherSir John Barrington Bart (ca1673-1717)
MotherSusan Draper (-ca1750)
Spouses
Death1 Aug 1746
BurialHitchin
GeneralHeir. No surviving issue of her son or two daughters.
Marriage18 Jun 1741, Ely chapel, St Andrew's, Holborn
Birth24 Oct 1722
Death13 Apr 1797, Great James St, London
Burial21 Apr 1797, St Mary the Virgin, Hatfeild Broadoak, Essex
General1st dau.
MotherJane Barker (1703-)
Marriage24 Feb 1749/1750, Westminster Abbey [53, Their marriage allegation of 19 Feb 1749/50]
ChildrenJohn (1752-1819)
 Winifred (1754-1790)
 Fitzwilliam (1755-1832)
Notes for Sir Fitzwilliam Barrington Bart
From Mark Noble's "Memoirs of the persons and families who by females are allied to or descended from the protectorate-House of Cromwell" pub in 1784:

"Sir Fitz-William Barrington, bart. who was sheriff of Hertfordshire in the year 1754. He has married twice; first, the daughter and sole heir of captain Thomas Mead; and after her death, miss Jane Hall: by the latter he has [two sons and three daughters]."

Inherited the Barrington estates in Essex from his cousin John Shales Barrington on the latter's death in 1788.
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The following has been found in the list of Apprentices of Great Britain published by the Society of Genealogists:

Entry from 1710-1811: Rekeyed index (Apprentices)
SOG Vol 2
SOG Page 275
I R1 Reference Vol/ Folio 11 f 120
Year of Indenture 1726
Apprentice Surname BARRINGTON
Apprentice Forename Fitzwilliam
Parent Forename -
Apprentice/ Parent Place -
Parent county -
Parent Citizen Yes/-/ Burgher -
Parent Occupation -
Parent deceased -
Master Forename Charles
Master Surname SLAUGHTER
Master Place City of London
Master county London
Citizen Yes/-/ Burgher Yes
Master Occupation Factor
Widow yes/- -
Consideration £300. 0s 0d

I have no idea if this is relevant to this chap, then the second son and £300 was a serious amount t of money for that time.
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Notes for Fitzwilliam & Jane (Family)
On the marriage allegation of the 19th February 1749, it says:

“FitzWilliam Barrington of Lilley in the County of Hereford, widower ... intends to intermarry with Jane Hall of the parish of Saint Clement Danes in the County of Middlesex ... spinster. ... and prays licence for them to be married in th Parish church of Highgate or Harry the Seventh’s Chapple Westminster ... Middlesex or Ely Chapple in Holbourn London.”

It has FB’s signature.
Last Modified 19 Jan 2013Created 25 May 2017 by Tim Powys-Lybbe