Bagot, Father


Bagot, Father
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  • William Bagot, 1st Baron Bagot — (28 February 1728 ndash; 22 October 1798), known as Sir William Bagot, 6th Baronet, from 1768 to 1780, was a British politician. Bagot was the son of Sir Walter Bagot, 5th Baronet, and his wife Lady Barbara Legge. He was educated at Magdalen… …   Wikipedia

  • Hundred of Bagot — Infobox Australian cadastral name = Hundred of Bagot state = Northern Territory caption = Map of the hundred in 1872 county = Palmerston region = est = September 1871 area = near nw = near n = near ne = near e = Paton near se = Strangways near s …   Wikipedia

  • William Bagot, 3rd Baron Bagot — (27 March 1811 19 January 1887), known as the Hon. William Bagot until 1856, was a British courtier and Conservative politician. Bagot was the son of William Bagot, 2nd Baron Bagot, and his wife Lady Louisa (née Legge), and was educated at… …   Wikipedia

  • Richard Bagot (writer) — Richard Bagot (November 8, 1860 mdash; December 11 or 12, 1921) was an English novelist and essayist with a prominent Italian background. He was known most widely for his articles and reviews of Italian art and letters. His best known works of… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Walter Bagot, 5th Baronet — Sir Walter Wagstaffe Bagot, 5th Baronet (3 August 1702 ndash; 20 January 1768) was 5th Baronet in the Baronetcy of Blithfield in the Baronetage of England. He succeeded his father Sir Edward Bagot in 1712.He was educated at Magdalen College,… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Walter Bagot, 3rd Baronet — (21 March 1644 ndash; 15 February 1704) a barrister and landowner, succeeded to the title 3rd Baronet of Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire on the death of his father Sir Edward Bagot in 1673.He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford and was called to …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Edward Bagot, 4th Baronet — (21 January 1674 – May 1712) succeeded to the Baronetcy of Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire on the death of his father Sir Walter Bagot in 1704.He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. He matriculated in 1691 and was admitted to the Middle Temple… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Edward Bagot, 2nd Baronet — (23 May 1616 ndash; 30 May 1673) succeeded to the title 2nd Baronet of Blithfield Hall in the Baronetage of England on the death of his father Sir Hervey Bagot in 1660.He was educated at Trinity College, Oxford and was admitted to the Middle… …   Wikipedia

  • Richard Blackburn — Sir Richard Arthur Blackburn OBE (26 July 1918 ndash; 1 October 1987) was a judge, prominent legal academic and former military officer in Australia. He became a judge of three separate courts in Australia, and eventually became chief justice of… …   Wikipedia

  • Exsuperius Weston Turnor — (1831 1909) was a British land agent.BiographyBorn Abbot’s Bromley, Staffordshire 1831 and died Stafford 1909. Son of Michael Turnor, Land Agent to the Lane Family in King s Bromley, and Mary (nee. Armishaw) married Rugeley 29th September 1828.… …   Wikipedia