Sir William Lee of Hartwell 4th bart.

???? - 1799


Sir William Lee of Hartwell appears in a deed of 1783 concerning the equity of redemption for an unnamed estate in St Vincent, together with Philadelphia Lee the widow of Sir William Lee's cousin William Lee MP for Appleby (who d. 1778) and others, including members of the Fitzhugh family. LBS has not yet identified the estate or untangled the connections of the Lee family with the Fitzhughs, but the Fitzhughs were associated with the Richmond Vale estate on St Vincent. William Lee MP (d. 1778) left £100 to his friend William Fitzhugh and £500 to William Michael Lally in his will; his executors were his widow Philadelphia and Sir William Lee bart.

  1. 'Release 03/09/1783 Between Valentine Fitzhugh of Southampton; Thomas Fitzhugh of Suffolk Street but now of Portland Place in the Parish of St. Mary in the County of Middlesex; John Purling of Chisslehurst [sic], Kent; Richard Neave of New Broad Street, London; Mary Rogers late of Kings Road but now of Portland Place, widow; Sir William Lee of Hartwell in the County of Buck[inghamshire], Baronet; Philadelphia Lee of Totteridge in the County of Bedford, Widow; William Michael Lally of the Chancery of the City of London, Gentleman and Sir Charles Raymond of Valentine House in the County of Essex respecting the release of equity of redemption of a plantation in St. David's in the island of St. Vincent.'

See also the entry for Thomas Fitzhugh.


  1. C DDI/3/9 [accessed 25/05/2018].

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Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, Central England, England