Elizabeth Harriett Warren-Bulkeley was born 4 July 1759 in Poynton, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom to George Warren (1735-1801) and Jane Revell (1739-1761) and died 31 August 1801 Poynton, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Thomas James Bulkeley (1752-1822) 26 May 1758 in England, United Kingdom.

Later years and legacy

Study for Elizabeth Warren as Hebe

Warren commissioned several portraits of his family from George Romney, whose group portrait of the family in 1769 was one of the pictures that helped make his reputation. A later portrait was of Warren's daughter, Elizabeth, to celebrate her marriage to Bulkeley in 1777. Romney depicting her as Hebe: this picture is now in the National Museum of Wales. Warren died on 31 August 1801 and was buried in the family vault after a lavish funeral procession. His son-in-law changed his surname to Warren-Bulkeley by Royal Licence to inherit the Warren fortune.

In 1777, Warren's daughter Elizabeth married Thomas Bulkeley, 7th Viscount Bulkeley. Bulkeley had an interest at Beaumaris and Warren was returned there unopposed in 1780.



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