COXE, Charles (?1661-1728), of Lower Lypiatt, Glos.
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Family and Education
b. ?1661, 2nd s. of John Coxe of Tarlton, Glos. by Deborah, da. of John Driver of Avening, Glos. educ. St. Edmund Hall, Oxf. 10 July 1674, aged 13; L. Inn 1677, called 1684, bencher 1707. m. (lic. 15 Feb. 1693) Catherine, da. and h. of John Chamberlain of Wainborough, Wilts. by Ann, da. and coh. of Thomas Freame of Lower Lypiatt,1 4s. 2da.
Clerk of the letters patent 1699-d.; serjeant-at-law 1700; puisne justice of Brecknock 1702-4, c.j. 1704-14.
Coxe acquired by marriage the manor of Lower Lypiatt, where his son John is described as having ‘a handsome house and a large estate’.2 A Tory, he lost his office in 1714, thereafter voting consistently against the Government. He did not stand in 1722, dying 17 Oct. 1728.