Abram Tyzack Rawlinson 407
- Born: 13 July 1777, Liverpool, Lancashire
- Marriage: Eliza Eudocia Albinia Creswicke on 18 August 1800 in St. George's Hanover Square, London
- Died: 16 December 1848 aged 71
- Buried: December 1848, Chadlington, Oxfordshire
Educated at Christ Church College, Oxford; Matriculated 18 April 1795 aged 17.
Memoir of HFC, page 3
Abram Tyzack was the elder twin by 20 minutes.
From Memories of Moreton:
By March 1810, however, Abram Rawlinson seems to have acquired control of the remaining shares, because he sold the house and the bulk of the Creswick estate in Moreton on 3 March 1810 to Sir Charles Cockerell of Sezincote. The sale of the house by Abram Rawlinson had separated ownership of the former
Creswick residence from the remnant of their property in Moreton,
which had descended to the male heir of the marriage of Joseph Creswick's daughter, Eleanor, to Thomas Grimstead. After the inclosure their son, Joseph Valentine Grimstead, held 90 acres to the immediate south east of the town, including the 14 acres he was allotted in lieu of the Creswicks' 20 cow commons on Moreton Heath.
Noted events in his life were:
1. Census UK 1841: 1841, Chadlington East, Oxfordshire.
Abram married Eliza Eudocia Albinia Creswicke, daughter of Henry Martin Creswicke and Eugenia Collins, on 18 August 1800 in St. George's Hanover Square, London. (Eliza Eudocia Albinia Creswicke was born in July 1781 in Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, christened on 5 July 1781 in Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, died on 20 June 1863 in Hillside, Henbury, Bristol 13 and was buried in June 1863 in Chadlington, Oxfordshire.)