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George Treby

Treby, George (bap. 1644, d. 1700), judge and politician, was baptized at Plympton St Mary, Devon, on 1 January 1644, the eldest son of Peter Treby (d. in or after 1663), an attorney of common pleas, and his wife, Joan, daughter of John Snelling of Chaddlewood. Treby studied at Plympton School before entering Exeter College, Oxford, in June 1660. He left Oxford without a degree, and on 24 October 1663 he was admitted to the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar on 2 June 1671. He became a bencher of his inn on 28 January 1681 and a reader in 1686, and was treasurer in 1689�90. During the 1670s much of Treby's legal work came from his native county. On 15 November 1675 he married Anna Blount, a London widow; she was the daughter of Colonel Edward Grosvenor, with whom Treby remained on close terms after Anna's death, at some time before September 1677.


Shaun Treeby

Treby, George (bap. 1644, d. 1700), judge and politician, was baptized at Plympton St Mary, Devon, on 1 January 1644, the eldest son of Peter Treby (d. in or after 1663), an attorney of common pleas, and his wife, Joan, daughter of John Snelling of Chaddlewood. Treby studied at Plympton School before entering Exeter College, Oxford, in June 1660. He left Oxford without a degree, and on 24 October 1663 he was admitted to the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar on 2 June 1671. He became a bencher of his inn on 28 January 1681 and a reader in 1686, and was treasurer in 1689�90. During the 1670s much of Treby's legal work came from his native county. On 15 November 1675 he married Anna Blount, a London widow; she was the daughter of Colonel Edward Grosvenor, with whom Treby remained on close terms after Anna's death, at some time before September 1677.


Dan Treby

Treby, George (bap. 1644, d. 1700), judge and politician, was baptized at Plympton St Mary, Devon, on 1 January 1644, the eldest son of Peter Treby (d. in or after 1663), an attorney of common pleas, and his wife, Joan, daughter of John Snelling of Chaddlewood. Treby studied at Plympton School before entering Exeter College, Oxford, in June 1660. He left Oxford without a degree, and on 24 October 1663 he was admitted to the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar on 2 June 1671. He became a bencher of his inn on 28 January 1681 and a reader in 1686, and was treasurer in 1689�90. During the 1670s much of Treby's legal work came from his native county. On 15 November 1675 he married Anna Blount, a London widow; she was the daughter of Colonel Edward Grosvenor, with whom Treby remained on close terms after Anna's death, at some time before September 1677.

Janet Treby

Treby, George (bap. 1644, d. 1700), judge and politician, was baptized at Plympton St Mary, Devon, on 1 January 1644, the eldest son of Peter Treby (d. in or after 1663), an attorney of common pleas, and his wife, Joan, daughter of John Snelling of Chaddlewood. Treby studied at Plympton School before entering Exeter College, Oxford, in June 1660. He left Oxford without a degree, and on 24 October 1663 he was admitted to the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar on 2 June 1671. He became a bencher of his inn on 28 January 1681 and a reader in 1686, and was treasurer in 1689�90. During the 1670s much of Treby's legal work came from his native county. On 15 November 1675 he married Anna Blount, a London widow; she was the daughter of Colonel Edward Grosvenor, with whom Treby remained on close terms after Anna's death, at some time before September 1677.

Brad Treeby

Treby, George (bap. 1644, d. 1700), judge and politician, was baptized at Plympton St Mary, Devon, on 1 January 1644, the eldest son of Peter Treby (d. in or after 1663), an attorney of common pleas, and his wife, Joan, daughter of John Snelling of Chaddlewood. Treby studied at Plympton School before entering Exeter College, Oxford, in June 1660. He left Oxford without a degree, and on 24 October 1663 he was admitted to the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar on 2 June 1671. He became a bencher of his inn on 28 January 1681 and a reader in 1686, and was treasurer in 1689�90. During the 1670s much of Treby's legal work came from his native county. On 15 November 1675 he married Anna Blount, a London widow; she was the daughter of Colonel Edward Grosvenor, with whom Treby remained on close terms after Anna's death, at some time before September 1677.