Elizabeth Biddulph was born in Dublin in 1764 and baptised in St. Mary’s Church of Ireland. She was the first daughter of Nicholas Biddulph and Elizabeth Dempsey, Glenkeen, Borrisoleigh, County Tipperary, sister of Thomas, Mary and Francis Biddulph and half sister of Hannah Biddulph.
In 1789 she married Jonathon Willington of Castle Willington. They had an only daughter who died young.
24473 WILLINGTON Jonathan Esq Jul 1789 BIDDULPH Miss OFF NEWS Walker's Hibernian Magazine
Jonathon also died in 1791.
"Here lieth the body of John WILLINGTON, Esq., Barrister at Law, who departed this life
at Worcester in England on the 14th of Jany. 1791 aged 55 years"
County Tipperary Templemore Parish 'EPITAPHS IN THE ANCIENT CHURCHYARD, &c.
He was in fact, 33 years old.
On the 9th January 1806 Elizabeth married Robert Waller [2nd Bt.] of Castle Waller, Newport, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. He was a widower and had previously been married to Mary Bernard of Castle Bernard.
Ennis Chronicle, Saturday 1 March 1806, Married, Sir Robert Waller, Bart., of Newport, Co. Tipperary, to Mrs Willington, widow of Councellor Willington.
Robert and Elizabeth had no children and Robert Waller predeceased her, dying on the 5th June 1826.
Elizabeth died on the Isle of Man, on the 20th November 1855.
Deaths; at her residence, near Douglas, Isle of Man, the Dowager Lady Waller, relict of the late Sir Robert Waller, Bart., of Newport, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. A lady of an amiable and charitable disposition, sincerely beloved and respected.