17571819, Dec 25
an English Anglican clergyman. Freston was the son of Robert Brettingham of Norwich, and nephew of Matthew Brettingham, the architect of Holkham Hall, the Earl of Leicester's seat in Norfolk. While a child Anthony took the name of Freston, in pursuance of the will of his maternal uncle, William Freston of Mendham, who died in 1761, and devised to him his estates in Norfolk and Suffolk. He matriculated at Oxford as a commoner of Christ Church, 26 December 1775, and proceeded B.A. in 1780.
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