Major-General Edward Byam

???? - 1864


Younger son of Edward Byam of Cedar Hill (q.v.), who left him £3000 at 21 and maintenance until then in a codicil to his will in 1795. He died late of Warblington Lodge, Hampshire and Byam House in Brighton in 1864 leaving £3000.


Vere Langford Oliver, History of Antigua Vol. I pp. 98 and 105; National Probate Calendar 1864.

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Elizabeth Augusta Temple

Legacies Summary

Physical (1)

Town house
Byam House, Brighton 
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Townhouse in Brighton, reportedly built 1828-1830 but mentioned in The London Magazine in January 1826 when it referred to 'Mrs Coutts' arriving there in 1825. It was purchased in 1865 by the...

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Son → Father

Addresses (1)

Warblington Lodge, Hampshire, Wessex, England