Stephen Payne-Gallwey

???? - 1812


Biography

Brother of Sir William Payne Gallwey 1st bart. (q.v.). Shown (as Stephen Payne Gallway of Norfolk) in the will of William Priddie made in 1792 as selling Pond estate on St Kitts to Priddie for £19,640, of which £3640 had been paid. The estate and enslaved people appear to have reverted to the Gallwey family.

  1. March 31st [1812] In Montague Street, Portman Square, [death of] Stephen Payne Galwey esq. of Thetford Norfolk. Many genealogical sources online, as well as the NPG and BM catalogues, show Stephen Payne Galwey dying in 1803; there is also possible confusion over his address in London [see below].

  2. Administration of the will of Stephen Payne Galwey [sic] widower [late of Montague Place] of St Marylebone [made in 1781] granted 06/05/1812 to his only child Charlotte Augusta Payne Moseley. The will left £12,000 to his daughter Charlotte Augusta Payne and to any other child born to his wife Phila Payne Galwey.


Sources

  1. Gentleman's Magazine April Vol. LXXXII Part I (Jan-June 1812) p. 397. Vere Langford Oliver History of Antigua carries this 1812 reference; the 1803 death-date appears to originate in Burke's Peerage.

  2. PROB 11/1533/83.


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Spouse
Philadelphia Delancey
Children
Charlotte Augusta Payne

Associated Estates (1)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1792 [EA] - → Seller

Legacies Summary

Cultural (2)

Paintings
Joshua Reynolds, Mrs. Stephen Payne-Gallwey and Her Son Charles, 1779, oil on canvas. Taft Museum of Art, 1962.2... 
Prints, Drawings and Paintings
'The Dilettanti Society' by Charles Algernon Tomkins, after Joshua Reynolds, included Stephen Payne Galwey among a group of seven sitters, NPG D35196. The NPG catalogue gives life-dates of... 
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Physical (1)

Estate
West Tofts, Norfolk [Purchased] 
description →
Stephen Payne Gallwey, having purchased the West Tofts estate in Norfolk c. 1780, continued the landscaping and planting undertaken by the prior owner,...
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Sarah Spooner, Regions and Designed Landscapes in Georgian England (2016) p. 166. ...

Relationships (5)

Nephew → Uncle
Half-brothers
Son → Father
Brothers
Brothers

Addresses (2)

Montague Place, London, Middlesex, London, England
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Shown as late of Montague Place in the grant of administration of his will in 1812, although a death-notice shows him as of Montague Street Portman Square.

Tofts Hall, Norfolk, East Anglia, England
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Shown as of Tofts Hall on his election to the Society of Dilettanti 1776.