Bartholomew Westley

Rev. Bartholomew Westley
Rev. Bartholomew Westley (1596 – 13 February 1680) was an English ejected minister.wikipedia
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John Wesly (his own spelling), Westley, or Wesley was probably born at Bridport, Dorset, although some authorities claim he was born in Devon, the son of the Rev. Bartholomew Westley and Ann Colley, daughter of Sir Henry Colley of Carbery Castle in County Kildare, Ireland.

Lyme Regis

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The last years of his life were spent in seclusion at Lyme Regis, where he died at about the age of eighty-five; he was buried there on 15 February 1680.

Great Ejection

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Rev. Bartholomew Westley (1596 – 13 February 1680) was an English ejected minister.

Westleigh, North Devon

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He was the third son of Sir Herbert Westley of Westleigh, Devon, and his wife Elizabeth de Wellesley of Dangan, County Meath.

Devon

DevonshireDevon, EnglandCounty of Devon
He was the third son of Sir Herbert Westley of Westleigh, Devon, and his wife Elizabeth de Wellesley of Dangan, County Meath.

Public records in China

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He was the third son of Sir Herbert Westley of Westleigh, Devon, and his wife Elizabeth de Wellesley of Dangan, County Meath.

County Meath

MeathCounty Meath, IrelandCo. Meath
He was the third son of Sir Herbert Westley of Westleigh, Devon, and his wife Elizabeth de Wellesley of Dangan, County Meath.

Oxford

Oxford, EnglandCity of OxfordOxford, UK
He studied physics, medicine and theology at Oxford.

Bridport

Bridport, Dorset
He lived for some time at Bridport and is known to have preached in the town's western suburb of Allington.

Charmouth

Charmouth, Dorset
He held the sequestered rectories of Charmouth (from 1640) and Catherston (from 1650), in Dorset, from both of which he was ejected in 1662.

Catherston Leweston

Catherston
He held the sequestered rectories of Charmouth (from 1640) and Catherston (from 1650), in Dorset, from both of which he was ejected in 1662.

Dorset

DorsetshireDorset, EnglandCounty of Dorset
He held the sequestered rectories of Charmouth (from 1640) and Catherston (from 1650), in Dorset, from both of which he was ejected in 1662.

Nonconformist

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He continued to preach as a Nonconformist.

Carbury Castle, County Kildare

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He married (1619) Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Colley of Carbury, County Kildare, and granddaughter of Adam Loftus, primate of Ireland.

County Kildare

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He married (1619) Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Colley of Carbury, County Kildare, and granddaughter of Adam Loftus, primate of Ireland.

Adam Loftus (bishop)

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He married (1619) Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Colley of Carbury, County Kildare, and granddaughter of Adam Loftus, primate of Ireland.