Notes for Grace ASHBURNER
Her first child with her second husband was born only 8.5 months after her marriage to husband #2, Benjamin, which was very soon after her divorce from husband #1. See notes for Benjamin for the full and scandalous story, or see the full picture of Grace and read the associated blog. ,
Notes for Samuel BODDINGTON MP
Samuel Boddington was MP for Tralee in Ireland for just a few months. A fuller account of his life can be found on the Wikipedia page, link above.
Divorced Grace in 1798; she then married Benjamin BODDINGTON JP DL, cousin of Samuel! See notes for Grace's second husband, Benjamin, for the full and scandalous story! 
Picture by William Drummond, printed by Day & Haghe, published by Thomas McLean; lithograph, circa 1835; NPG D31925
Family notes for Grace ASHBURNER and Samuel BODDINGTON MP
It was remarked as a true love story, Samuel having nearly snatched her off a ship
en route to India to join her father, in order to marry her (with her father's
consent, she being a minor).
They had two children Grace Boddington, born
sometime between Feb 1792 and June 1797, and Samuel, according to some newspaper
reports, although others suggest more than two. 
The children of this marriage lived with the Morgan family for several years
following the breakup of the marriage. Several members of the Ashburner family were
live-in students of Richard Price Morgan's father, George Morgan. When the Morgans
left for America the Boddington children remained in the UK with their father. ,
Divorce notes for Grace ASHBURNER and Samuel BODDINGTON MP
He divorced her. See notes for Grace's second husband, Benjamin, for the full and
Notes for Benjamin BODDINGTON JP DL
Of Burcher, Titley, Herefordshire UK. JP & DL for both Herefordshire and Shropshire.
Samuel Boddington, Grace's first husband, was in business with, among others, his first cousin Benjamin Boddington (Grace's second husband), who spent time with Samuel and his family, and was swept away by the charms of his cousin's wife. Samuel was apparently somewhat suspicious of the friendship with his wife, and took her to Bath in June 1797, but having got Samuel out of the way on the pretext of pressing business elsewhere, Benjamin proceeded to run off with Grace from Bath, heading off into Lancashire with the intention of going to America. Samuel's solicitor deduced the plan and sent his clerk after them with notice of a lawsuit against Benjamin for "criminal conversation" with Grace, which notice was served on Benjamin at Preston in Lancashire. There were multiple newspaper reports of the elopement and a subsequent court case, some of which can be found in Google Books. Eventually, the lawsuit was settled, with Benjamin being ordered to pay £10,000 damages to Samuel, who obtained a divorce in 1798 by Act of Parliament (again, some details available in Google Books). Benjamin Boddington subsequently married Grace on 31 May 1798 at Hornsey, London UK. The whole affair was evidently quite a scandal at the time. 
The incident resulted in a drama called 'The Stranger'.