1:1 The family of Bagot descends
from Bagod, who held Bramshall in Staffordshire from Robert de Stafford
at the time of the Domesday survey in 1086. Bagod de Arras was part of
Duke William's Norman Army when he conquered England at the Battle of Hastings
in A.D. 1066. His name is found on the Roll of Battle Abbey, which is recorded
in several countries around the world. According to our research, he is
the Bagod who held Bramshall in Staffordshire at the time of the Domesday
survey in 1086 (see information on Bagod de Arras in the Name Origin section):
2:1 * Bagod de Arras. This was the De Arras above, or possibly his son. He occurs in 1129.
3:1 * Hervey Fitz Bagod, succeeded his father about 1130. His son & heir:
4:1 * William Bagod, his son & heir: at >>
4:2 Hervey Bagod II, occurs 1130 and was living 1160 and 1166. He is shown holding three knight's fees of old feoffment, which included Bramshall. Son & heir of Hervey Bagod II:
5:1 * Hervey Bagod III, married Millicent Toesni, daughter of Robert de Stafford. Millicent's brother Robert, who died without heirs, was heir of his father (his elder brother Nicholas Toesni had died without heirs), and Millicent inherited their share of the Stafford estates. Their son & heir:
6:1 * Hervey Bagod IV, inherited their share and assumed the name of Stafford, and was ancestor of the Barons, Earls, and Dukes of Buckingham.
(The direct line of descent of these nobles is continued in the chapter, The Stafford Royal Family.)
>> 4:1 * William Bagod, who died about 1181, brother of Hervey II, is named in a deed in 1160 with his father, Hervey Fitz Bagod. He held two-thirds of a knight's fee from Robert de Stafford in 1166, which has been identified as Bagot's Bromley. His son:
5:1 * Simon Bagot, whose name occurs when he held Bagot's Bromley in 1198, but died before 1208, was succeeded by his son: See on Map of England the location of Bagot's Bromley:
6:1 * Sir Hugh, his son & successor: at >>
6:2 William (shown by deed).
>> 6:1 * Sir Hugh Bagot, Knight of Bagot's Bromley, occurs 1203, 1212, 1227, 1242, died 1256, having had (by Alice, his wife) a son:
7:1 * Sir Richard Bagot, Knight of Bagot's Bromley, occurs 1256, married Christiana, daughter of Sir William Mauvescin of Rydeware. Bagot died before June, 1271, having had a son:
8:1 * Sir William, his son & sucessor: at >>
8:2 Robert (by deed 33, 36). Issue:
9:1 Richard; 9:2 Christiana.
8:3 Emma (deed 35); 8:4 Hugh (deed 35).
8:5 Avice (deed 35).
>> 8:1 * Sir William Bagot of Bagot's Bromley, occurs 1276, died by 1290, having had (by Hawyse, or Avice, his wife) a son:
9:1 * John, his son & successor: at >>
9:2 Henry (deed 46); 9:3 Hugh (plea roll, 27 ?.I.):
10:1 Ralph Bagot, son of 9:3 Hugh.
9:4 William (subsidy roll, 1327).
9:5 Sibel, married William, son of Alured Sulny.
>> 9:1 * John Bagot, Bagot's Bromley, occurs 1293 and 1316, died ca. 1333, married [1st] Lucy (occurs 1307 [Fine]); married [2nd] Agnes (occurs 1324 [Fine]); had by [1st] wife an heir:
10:1 * Sir John Bagot, Knight, was of Bagot's Bromley, was a minor in 1334, served in the retinue of Ralph Lord Stafford in expedition to Scotland in 1336; married Eglina, daughter and co-heir of Sir Anketill Mallory of Kirkby Mallory, and died 1349, having had by her an heir:
11:1 * Ralph Bagot, Bagot's Bromley, a minor at his father's death, married Elizabeth, daughter and eventual heiress of John de Blithfield of Co. Stafford, and by this marriage acquired the manors of Blithfield and Littlehay. He died ca. 1376, leaving two sons:
12:1 * Sir John, his son & heir: at >>
12:2 Sir William, one of the intimate Council of King Richard II, married Margaret Whatton.
13:1 Isabella, an heir, married Thomas Stafford.
>> 12:1 * Sir John Bagot, Knight of Blithfield and Littlehay, Co. Stafford, went with John of Gaunt in 1386 in his expedition into Spain and served with Henry V at Agincourt in 1415, died 1437, married Beatrice, daughter of Sir John Villers, Knight, leaving a son:
13:1 * Richard, his son & heir: at >>
13:2 Marjory, married Henry Bradeburne; 13:3 Joan, married John Curson; 13:4 Elizabeth, married Knifeton, occurs 1380, died 1407.
>> 13:1 * Richard Bagot, Blithfield, the elder, born before 1388, occurs 1475, High Sheriff of Co. Stafford in 1451-52, died 1477, his son and heir:
14:1 * Richard Bagot of Blithfield, High Sheriff in 1478, died 1485, married Isabella, died 1477, daughter of Sir Robert Aston, slain at Bosworth, 1485, had an only son, his heir:
15:1 * John Bagot of Blithfield, Member of Parliament for Staffordshire in 1477, died 1490, married [1st] Isabella, widow of John Eyton, died 1480, daughter of John Curzon; married [2nd] Agnes, daughter of Kniveton; his son by Isabella succeeded:
16:1 Matilda, married Richard Arblaster.
16:2 Alianora, married Robert Cowardine.
16:3 * Sir Lewis, his son & heir: at >>
16:4 Isabella, married William Dunholme.
16:5 Anne, married Robert Knifeton
>> 16:3 * Sir Lewis Bagot, Knight of Blithfield, served in France in 1513, was at the Field of the Cloth of Gold 1520; married five times, died 1534, had by [1st] wife Emma Kniveton:
17:1 John Bagot, married Helen, daughter of Sir Thomas Boteler, but d.v.p. 1512 s.p.
17:2 Jane, married James Thirkeld.
17:3 Elena, married Thomas Meverell.
17:4 Elizabeth, married George East.
17:5 Anne, married John Biddulph.
16:3 Sir Lewis married [3rd] Anna Montgomery, daughter of Sir Nicholas Montgomery. His heir:
17:6 (17:1 [2nd]) * Thomas, his son & heir: at >>
17:7 Edward (occurs 1507 & 1537).
17:8 Stephen (occurs 1507), married Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Joscelin.
>> 17:6 * Thomas Bagot of Blithfield, died 13 May 1541, married Jane, died 31 March 1557, daughter of Richard Astley of Patshull, had two sons:
18:1 Margaret Bagot, married Ralph Adderley.
18:2 Jane Bagot, married a Mr. Broughton.
18:3 * Richard Bagot, his son & heir: at >>
18:4 John Bagot, youngest son of Thomas.
>> 18:3 * Richard Bagot of Blithfield, D.L. Co. Stafford, a minor and ward of the Crown in 1541, married Mary (buried 22 March 1608), daughter of William Saunders of Welford, Northants. He died 2 February 1596-7, leaving eldest son:
19:1 Margaret, born 1552, married Will Trew.
19:2 Anne, born 1555, married Richard Broughton.
19:3 * Walter, his son & heir: at >>
19:4 Anthony, born 1558, died 1622, married Katherine, daughter of Michael Lowe of Tamhorn, died 1620.
19:5 Dorothy, born 1562, married Ralph Okeover.
19:6 Lettice, born 1573, married Francis Kynnersley.
>> 19:3 * Walter Bagot of Blithfield, born 24 October 1557, died 17 May 1623, married by June, 1584, Elizabeth, daughter of Roger Cave of Stanford, Northants, and Margaret, buried 3 Dec. 1638, eldest surviving son, his heir:
20:1 Lewis, born 1587, died 1611, v.p.s.p.
20:2 Anne, born 1589, married Thomas Lane.
20:3 ** Sir Hervey, his son & heir: at >>
20:4 Richard, born 1592, died 1666, s.p.
20:5 William of Co. Salop, born 1605, married Mary Hughes; 20:6 Frances, born 1597, married Thomas Broughton; 20:7 Lettice, born 1606, married Sir Wm. Owen of Condover; 20:8 Mary, born 1608, married John Cotes of Woodcote.
>> 20:3 ** Sir Hervey Bagot, (1st) Baronet, of Blithfield, Co. Stafford, High Sheriff (1626), Member of Parliament 1628-42, born 8 February 1590, created Baronet 31 May 1627, died 17 December 1660, married [1st] Katherine, died 10 February 1622, daughter of Humphrey Alderley of Weddington, Co. Warwick; married [2nd] Anne, daughter of Sir Clement Fisher, and widow of Sir Thomas Dilke of Maxstoke, died 1660. His eldest son by his first wife succeeded:
21:1 ** Sir Edward, his son & heir: at >>
21:2 Hervey Bagot of Park Hall, Colonel, born 1617, married [1st] Dorothy, daughter of Sir Henry Arden, sister and co-heir of Robert Arden of Park Hall, leaving issue by her:
22:1 Mary, born 1645, Maid of Honour to the Duchess of York, 1660, married [1st] Charles, Earl of Falmouth; married [2nd] Charles, Lord Buckhurst.
22:2 Arden Bagot of Pipe Hayes, born 1647, died 1696.
22:3 Richard, born 1649, d.s.p. 1714.
21:2 Hervey married [2nd] Eliz., daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Rotherham, Co. Bedford.
22:3 (22:1) Elizabeth, born 1653, unmarried.
21:3 Richard Bagot, born 1618, Colonel and Governor of Lichfield, died 1645.
21:4 Elizabeth Bagot, born 1622, married John Scrymshire of Norbury.
>> 21:1 ** Sir Edward Bagot, (2nd) Baronet, was M.P. for Co. Stafford in the Restoration Parliament, born 23 May 1616, married May, 1641, Mary, daughter and heir of William Lambard, and widow of John Crawley, died 22 October 1686, by whom Sir Edward had twelve sons and five daughters. He died 15 February 1704, and was succeeded by eldest surviving son:
22:1 Anne, born 1643, married Walter Chetwynd.
22:2 ** Sir Walter, his son & heir: at >>
22:3 Mary Bagot, born 1646, married Sir Richard Newdigate.
22:4 Lambert, born 1649, d.s.p.
22:5 Richard, born 1651, d.s.p.
22:6 Lewis, born 1652, d.s.p.
22:7 William, born 1653, Capt. in the Army, died 1699.
22:8 Charles, born 1661, d.s.p.
>> 22:2 ** Sir Walter Bagot, (3rd) Baronet, born 21 March 1644, died 15 February 1704. Sir Walter Bagot represented Co. Stafford, July Parliaments, 1678-95; married 25 June 1670, Jane (died 20 July 1695), the only daughter and sole heir of Charles Salusbury of Bachymbydd, Co. Denbigh (by this marriage the estate of Pool Park was acquired), eldest surviving son:
23:1 Mary, born 1672, married Sir George Parker.
23:2 ** Sir Edward, his son & heir: at >>
23:3 Elizabeth, born 1674, married Henry, Earl of Uzbridge.
23:4 Jane, born 1676, married Maurice Jones of Llanhyadr, Co. Denbigh.
23:5 Charles, born 1681, died 1738 s.p.
23:6 Anne, married George Shackerley of Co. Denbigh.
>> 23:2 ** Sir Edward Bagot, (4th) Baronet, Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Co. Stafford 1698-1708, born 21 January 1673-4, died in May, 1712, married 15 April 1697, Frances, died 1714, daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Wagstaffe, Knight, of Tachbrooke, Co. Warwick, son and heir:
24:1 Frances, born 1698, married Sir John Chester of Chicheley, Co. Bucks.
24:2 ** Sir Walter Wagstaffe, his heir: at >>
24:3 Jane, born 1703, married Craven Kynnersley.
>> 24:2 ** Sir Walter Wagstaffe Bagot, (5th) Baronet, L.L.D., born 3 August 1702, representative successively for the borough of Newcastle-under-Lyne, in Co. Stafford, and the University of Oxford, died 1768, married 27 July 1724, Lady Barbara Legge, eldest daughter of (1st) Earl of Dartmouth, and by her (who died 29 October 1765) had a son:
25:1 ** William, his son & heir: at >>
25:2 Barbara Bagot, born 1725, married Ralph Sneyd.
25:3 Anne Bagot, died unmarried.
25:4 Charles Bagot, born 1 September 1730, died 2 April 1793; by Act of Parliament he assumed the surname Chester in 1755, married 5 October 1765, Catherine, died 31 May 1819, daughter of the Hon. Heneage Legge, had with other issue:
26:1 William Chester (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Denton, Norfolk, born 27 May 1775, died 22 November 1838, married 8 January 1810, Hon. Elizabeth Wilson, died 10 February 1865, daughter of Lord Henry [Berners], left issue by her:
27:1 William Heneage, born 1810, died 1811.
27:2 Charles Montagu of Chicheley Hall, Bucks, J.P. and D.L., Lt.-Col. in British Army, born 18 January 1813, died 17 November 1879, married 7 September 1843, Maria, daughter of Major [Sandham], R.A., leaving issue:
28:1 Charles Anthony, J.P. for Bucks, born 15 April 1846, died unmarried 10 January 1910.
28:2 George Paget Chester, died young, 1866.
28:3 Henry, born September, 1850, died 1902.
28:4 John Greville Chester (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Gilling, Richmond, Yorks, born 15 May 1852, died 13 January 1923, married 1883 Amy, died 25 February 1915, daughter of Arthur [Hughes], having by her issue:
29:1 Greville Arthur Chester, Lieut. 3rd Bn. Staffs. Regt., born 3 April 1891, killed in action 13 October 1914.
29:2 Anthony James, M.C. of Chicheley Hall, Bucks, Maf. R.A. (T.A.R.), late I.A.R.O.; served in World War II 1943-45, born 29 December 1892, died 5 November 1952, married 29 July 1924 Gladys Mabel, elder daughter of Rev. Frederick Charles [Slamer], M.A., issue:
30:1 John Greville Chester, M.C., Major Coldstream Guards, born 20 May 1925.
29:3 George, M.C., Lt. Durham L.I. and M.G. Corps, served in World War I 1914-18 (wounded), born 6 September 1894.
29:4 Henry Montagu, Lt. of the late 12th Lancers, born 1896, married 17 May 1924 Alyce Amy Maude [Transhell], died 1934, issue:
30:1 Greville Derrick Chester, born 1925.
30:2 Hugh Malcolm Chester, born 1929.
29:5 Lewis Charles, 2nd Lt. Lancs. Fus., born 29 August 1898; killed 5 April 1918.
29:6 Dorothy Mary, married 8 February 1916 Maj. Robert Francis Ruck [Keene], R.A., died 2 February 1918, son of Maj.-Gen. John Edward Ruck Keene of Bishopfield, Bawtry, Yorks, and has issue; married 2nd 20 July 1922 Herbert St. John [Durnford], M.I.C.E., died 1951, son of the Rev. Francis Edward Durnford, has issue.
29:7 Hugh, died infant 10 February 1902.
29:8 Kathleen Agnes Chester.
28:5 Algernon Stewart McKenzie Chester (Rev.), M.A., Keble College, Oxford, born 30 December 1853, died 12 March 1930, married 11 June 1884 Emily Mary Dillman, died 5 August 1928, daughter of late Rev. Edward Manners Dillman Pyne, and left issue.
29:1 Charles Edward Sandham Chester, Midshipman R.N., born 26 January 1886, died unmarried 6 January 1903.
29:2 Walter Greville, M.C. (1918), Capt. 3rd Gurkha Rifles, served in World War I (despatches, wounded, M.C.), born 15 March 1887, died 28 March 1918 of wounds received in action in Palestine.
29:3 Sylvia Violet Chester, born 18 October 1889, died 21 March 1890.
29:4 Muriel Chester, born l 28 September 1891, died unmarried 24 May 1960.
28:6 (Fe) Fanny Maria Chester, died 12 February 1928, married 19 September 1876, Lt.-Col. Charles William [Selby]-Lowndes, of Limes, Bexhill, Sussex, died 1921, and left issue.
28:7 Louisa Grace, died unmarried 6 July 1936.
28:8 Mary Isabella, died unmarried in 1944.
28:9 Katherine, died unmarried in 1952.
28:10 Margaret Isabel, died unmarried in 1946.
26:2 John Chester of Ashtead, Surrey, Lt.-Gen. R.A., born 3 August 1779, died 19 May 1857, married 1821, Sophia Elizabeth, died 19 May 1879, daughter of Charles [Stuart] of Airdroch, issue:
27:1 John Chester of Park Hill, Yorks, J.P. and D.L., Col. late 53rd and 85th Regts, assumed the name of St. Leger in 1863, born 6 May 1823, died 9 August 1905, married 8 April 1858, Philippa, daughter of the late John Bonfoy [Rooper] of Abbot's Ripton Hall. Their children:
28:1 Arthur John Bonfoy St. Leger, Major late K.R.R.C., J.P. Herts, born 25 November 1859, died 22 March 1939, married 1896 Hilda Geraldine, died January, 1961, 2nd daughter of Col. Sir Gerald [Smith], K.C.M.G., Gov. of West Australia, and left issue:
29:1 (Fe) Brenda Mary, born 11 July 1897 (death date unknown), married 24 July 1918 Achille [Sabbe] (who assumed by royal license, 1940, the surname, St. Leger, in lieu of Sabbe), and had issue:
30:1 Anthony Rene St. Leger, Lt. R.N., born 26 July 1920, killed in action, 1943.
(One other daughter born after 1900.)
29:2 Vera St. Leger, born 29 July 1900 (death date unknown).
28:2 Henry Berners St. Leger, late Indian Police, born 26 October 1861, died 1945, married 31 August 1921 Sylvia, daughter of Douglas [Kingsford], barrister-at-law. No issue.
28:3 Reginald W. Antony St. Leger, born 15 February 1868, married 1888 Amy Eva, died 1942, daughter of George [Sloan], issue.
29:1 Gaspard Douglas Anthony, born 1890 (death date unknown).
29:2 Geoffrey Barard, born in 1892 (death date unknown).
29:3 Roderic Craufurd, born in 1894 (death date unknown).
29:4 Victor Robert, born in 1896 (death date unknown).
29:5 (Fe) Evangeline, born in 1900 (death date unknown).
28:4 Gwendoline Mary Hope, died 27 June 1954, married 8 April 1885 Frederic William [Brooks] of Totscott, Witham, Essex, died 1952, son of J. W. Brooke of Sibton Park, Suffolk, J.P., D.L., leaving issue.
28:5 Georgiana Harriet, died 8 November 1947, married 1888 John Walter [Parry]-Crooke, J.P. of Darsham House, Suffolk, died 26 September 1939, leaving issue.
28:6 Ursula Beatrice Philippa St. Leger, died 4 February 1933, married 20 December 1888 Francis Egbert [Holland] of the Benhall Lodge, Suffolk, died 1953, leaving issue.
27:2 (Fe) Sophia Elizabeth Chester, married 5 August 1845, Lord Alfred [Harvey]. She died 20 September 1892. He died 15 April 1875.
27:3 Mary Chester, married 18 February 1846, her cousin, Rev. Charles Walter [Bagot], who died 10 September 1884. She died 15 April 1899 (see under Charles Walter, page forty-six).
27:4 Heneage Charles Chester (2th son of John of Ashtead), J.P. Suffolk, Col. Res. Forces, late 27th and 29th Regts., served in Indian Mutiny and on N.W. Frontier, born 12 February 1836, died 9 August 1912, married 11 March 1865, Madeline Elizabeth (who died 3 February 1919), daughter of Richard Mansel Oliver [Massey] of Tickford Abbey, Bucks, and Kinrara, and widow of T. B. Sheriffe of Henstead Hal, Suffolk, leaving issue:
28:1 Greville John Massey, Capt. and Brev. Major Res. of Offrs., Scots Gds., served in South African War 1899-1901 and in World War I 1914-16, born 22 October 1868; killed in action 28 November 1917.
28:2 Hugh Augustus, Capt. Staff, Yeo, late Capt. 3rd Royal Lanc. Regt., served in South Africa 1900 and World War I 1914-17 as A.D.C. to 9th Div., born 21 April 1871, died 6 January 1938, married 1895 (divorced, 1908) Margaret Kathleen Julia [Oakes]; married [2nd] Clotilde Mary Hamilton [Brown], issue:
29:1 Peggy Mary Clotilde Chester, born 6 January 1914, married twice: Wallace Stuart [Finlayson]; married [2nd] Ralph [Harley].
27:5 Barbara Wilhelmina Chester, married 12 February 1862, Hon. Rev. William [Howard], who d.s.p. 12 May 1881. She died 26 April 1909.
25:5 Walter Bagot (Rev.) of Pipe Hall, Co. Stafford, Rector of Blithfield and Leigh, born 2 November 1731; married [1st] 7 September 1773, Anne, daughter of William Swinnerton of Co. Stafford.
25:6 Richard Bagot, born 13 November 1733, married 25 February 1783, Frances (was heir of her nephew, Henry, Earl of Suffolk and Berks). Richard assumed the name of Howard. He died 18 February 1819. They had a daughter, not named in this lineage.
25:7 Jane, born 1735, died unmarried.
25:8 Elizabeth, born 1738, died unmarried.
25:9 Lewis (Rt. Rev.), D.D., successively Bishop of Bristol, Norwich, and St. Asaph, born 1 January 1740, married Mary, daughter of Hon. Edward Hay, and d.s.p. in June, 1802.
25:10 Catherine, born 1741, died unmarried.
25:11 Harriet, born 1743, died unmarried.
25:12 Sir Thomas Bagot, born 14 February 1746, admitted Lincoln's Inn on 5 May 1766, died at Naples 28 January 1768, where he was advised to go for recovery of his health.
>> 25:1 *** William Bagot, (1st) Baron Bagot, born 28 February 1728, was Representative in Parliament for Co. Stafford from 1754 until created Baron Bagot 17 October 1780; Lord Bagot married 20 August 1760, Elizabeth Louisa, died 4 February 1820, daughter of Viscount St. John. Lord William died 22 October 1798 and was succeeded by his son and heir: (Click here to go to (2nd) Baron Bagot):
26:1 Louisa Bagot, born in 1764, died in 1834, married Walter Sneyd of Keele.
26:2 *** William, his son & heir: at >>. (Click here to see Baron William Bagot Arms):
26:3 Charles (Rt. Rev.), G.C.B., P.C., Member of Parliament, sometime Under-Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs, Min. Plen. to USA, Ambassador to St. Petersburg, The Hague, and Vienna, and Gov.-Gen. of Canada in 1841; born 23 September 1781, died 19 May 1843, married 22 July 1806, Maud Charlotte (who died February 1845), eldest daughter of (3rd) Earl of Mornington, leaving by her issue:
27:1 Charles Bagot, J.P. Co. Stafford, Col. Gren. Guards, Col. Queen, born 20 May 1808, died 25 February 1881, married 7 July 1846, Sophia Louisa (died 7 November 1908), daughter Vice-Adm. Hon. Josceline Percy, C.B. Issue:
28:1 ** Josceline Fitzroy Bagot of Levens Hall, Westmorland, nominated a Baronet, 1 January 1913, but did not survive to be created, which was afterwards conferred upon his only son. Josceline Bagot was born 22 October 1854, died 1 March 1913, married 11 June 1885, Theodosia, Lady Bagot, raised to rank of a Baronet's widow by Royal Warrant, 12 April 1913. Theodosia was the daughter of Sir John Leslie. They left issue:
29:1 ** Alan Desmond Bagot (Sir), [first and last] Baronet (created 19 April 1913), Lt. Royal Horse Guards, formerly Lt. 12th Lancers, served in World War I, born 20 February 1896, died unmarried 11 January 1920, when the baronetcy became extinct.
29:1 (Fe) Dorothy, married 9 May 1905, Henry Melvin Gaskell, J.P., only son of Capt. Henry Brooks Gaskell, J.P., and has issue, died 21 October 1954. Their second son, Oliver Robin Gaskell, assumed the surname Bagot in lieu of Gaskell by Royal License on his succession to Levens Hall, Westmorland, under the will of his maternal uncle. He married and has one son and three daughters.
29:2 Marjorie Constance Bagot, M.B.E., died 1951, married 7 September 1910, Maj. James Winstanley Cropper, D.L., J.P., of Eldergreen, Kendal, Westmorland, died 1956, leaving issue.
29:3 Mary, married 14 June 1910 (death date unknown), Sir Vincent Strickland Jones, K.B.E., 2nd son of the Rev. Canon William Jones, M.A., Vicar of Burneside, Westmorland, and has issue.
28:2 Alan Charles Bagot, born 1 June 1856, J.P. & D.L. Co. Stafford, died 10 April 1885.
28:3 Richard Bagot, Levens, Grand Officer of the Order of the Crown of Italy, and Knight of Sovereign Order of Malta, born 8 November 1860, died December, 1921.
28:1 (Fe) Alice Mary, died 22 November 1922.
27:2 George Talbot, born 14 June 1820 (d.s.p. 22 November 1907), married 20 August 1885, Charlotte Margaret (who died 1 October 1897), daughter of W. T. Blair.
27:3 Alexander, Col. B.C.S., born 10 June 1822, died 20 October 1874, married 28 October 1852, Gertrude Letitia, daughter of Brig.-Gen. Robert Dampier Hallifax. Gertrude died 8 September 1898. They left issue:
28:1 Charles Fitzroy Alexander Hallifax Bagot, born 20 October 1853, died 1901, married [1st] 17 August 1881 (divorced, 1890), Emily Maynard Palmer (died 1901), daughter of Col. Charles Oldfield; and married [2nd] 9 February 1891, Beatrice Laura, widow of Gen. John S. Brownrigg, F.B., and daughter of Chevalier L. Desangesr, leaving by her (who died 27 September 1922) issue:
29:1 Muriel Beryl Bagot, born 29 September 1892, and died 23 April 1894.
29:2 Alexandra, born 1 December 1894 (death date unknown), married 15 October 1924, Gerald Vivian Palmer, Lt. of The Queen's Bays, son of A. Cufauddee Palmer of St. Margaret's, Bedford.
28:2 Arthur Henry Louis, Capt. Somerset L.L., A.D.C. to Gov. of Madras 1878-87, born 5 June 1856, died unmarried 8 April 1906.
27:3 Francis Robert William Bagot, born 15 November 1858, died 11 March 1861.
27:4 (Fe) Wilhelmina Frederica, married 17 November 1846, Adm. Henry Bagot, R.N.
26:4 Richard Bagot (Rt. Rev.), D.D., Dean of Canterbury 1827-45, Bishop of Oxford 1829-45, Bishop of Bath and Wells 1845-54, born 22 November 1782, died 15 May 1854, married 22 December 1806, Harriet, died 18 October 1870, daughter of (4th) Earl of Jersey, and having issue, along with four daughters: [Continue]:
27:1 Edward Richard Bagot of Ashtead Park, Surrey, Major-Gen., Knight of the Redeemer of Greece, born 4 January 1808, died 20 July 1874, married 15 January 1842, Matilda (who died 4 July 1889), daughter of Henry Perkins of Hanworth Park, Middlesex, widow of Oswald Perkins, having issue:
28:1 Ponsonby, Lt.-Col. Scots Guards, born 11 June 1845, died 6 December 1921. Unmarried.
28:2 Villiers Spencer, Lt.-Col. of the Rifle Brigade, born 7 April 1847, and died 24 March 1929. He died unmarried also.
28:3 (Fe) Evelyn Bagot, married 25 September 1869, Augustus Woodley Bernal, and died 21 April 1877, had issue.
28:4 Ethel, married 21 January 1873, Major-Gen. George Paton, C.M.G., and died 11 October 1885, leaving issue.
27:2 William (2nd son of Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot), born 22 June 1809, died November 1810.
27:3 Henry Bagot, Vice Adm. R.N., born 12 July 1810, married [1st] 17 November 1846, Wilhelmina Frederica, daughter of Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B. (see above), and by her (who died April, 1852) had issue:
28:1 Arthur Greville, (60th) Foot, born 29 September 1849, married [1st] 5 February 1878, Mary Isabella, died 7 December 1905, daughter of Henry Scott, and left issue:
29:1 Hervey Ronald Henry, born 1 october 1885, died 2 February 1888.
29:2 Frederic Spencer Wellesley Bagot, Lt. Sussex Regt., born 1888, killed in action in 1916.
28:1 Arthur Greville married [2nd] December, 1913, Mary Lilian (who died 15 October 1936), daughter of Rev. H. Wall, Rector of Huntapill, Somerset, and widow of L. Kinglake. He died 7 June 1915.
27:3 Vice Adm. Henry, died 30 November 1877, married [2nd] 9 February 1858, Eleanor, daughter of Edward S. C. Pole of Radborne Hall, Derbyshire, died 25 Nov. 1886. Issue:
28:2 (28:1) Florence Eleanor Bagot, born 15 February 1859, married 2 March 1886 (divorced in 1908), Charles Fredied Heneage Bagot, son of Rev. Chancellor Charles Walter Bagot, and died 26 September 1940, leaving issue.
28:3 Henry Richard Reginald, born 15 August 1860, died 17 July 1908, married 25 March 1890, Frances Anne Mary, died 11 February 1915, daughter of William Walter Bagot of Pipe Hayes Hall, Co. Warwick, grandson of Rev. Walter Bagot (shown above).
29:1 Mabel Arden (his daughter), born 18 April 1896, married [1st] 15 December 1921, Richard Alex. Douglas Liebert, son of late Capt. E. B. Liebert, 18th Hassars. He died 17 August 1931. She married [2nd] 1 March 1932 (divorced, 1943), Michael Haworth-Booth, son of Digby Clifton Haworth-Booth, had issue:
30:1 Benjamin, born February, 1935, was killed in accident, 13 August 1951.
28:4 Mable Harriet Bagot, born 27 November 1863, died May, 1872.
28:5 Claud Leveson Bagot, born 9 April 1865, died 6 March 1930.
<< (from William below) >> 28:6 *** Gerald William Bagot, (5th) Baron Bagot, born May, 1866. He succeeded Lord William Bagot, who died without heirs, 1932, a cousin:
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28:7 Mary Bagot, born 9 September 1867, died unmarried 1944.
27:4 Charles Walter (Rev.), born 11 February 1812, died 10 September 1884, M.A. (Oxon) 1842; Chancellor of Bath and Wells and Registrar of Oxford, Rector of Castel Rising, Norfolk; married 13 February 1846, Mary, died 15 April 1890, 2nd daughter of Lieut.-Gen. John Bagot-Chester; had issue:
28:1 Rev. Lewis Richard Charles Bagot, M.A. (Oxon) 1873, Vicar of Stantch Lacy, Salop, born December, 1846, died 18 February 1922, married July, 1872, Celia Cator, died 10 January 1927, fourth daughter of Rev. Henry Jodrell, Rector of Gisleham, Suffolk, and his wife, Eloise Fanny, Countess of Cape St. Vincent, leaving issue.
29:1 (Fe) Ysolde Cicely, married 12 October 1889, Bertram Gordon Snell.
>> 29:2 *** Caryl Earnest Bagot, (6th) Baron Bagot, Lt. Irish Guards (S.R.), served in World War I, 1914-19, born 9 March 1877, married in 1911, Margaret, died 10 August 1937, daughter of James McMenemy; married [2nd] 1 March 1940, Nancy Constance, daughter of Francis Alburgh Spicer of Sydney, no issue, had adopted daughter. He succeeded Lord Gerald William Bagot, who died unmarried 4 April 1946, a cousin: His successor at >>
29:3 Gladys Mary Beatrice Bagot, died 2 August 1944, married 18 January 1905, Frank Herbert Leake, son of Edward Leake of Ludlow, d, 1949, leaving issue.
29:4 Enid Avice Noora, married 18 September 1905, Capt. Reuben J. C. Jewitt, died 5 November 1958, son of James J. Jewitt of Bedford Lodge, Newmarket, has issue.
28:2 Ernest Alfred John Bagot, born 30 March 1848, d.s.p. 14 August 1901, married 15 February 1879, Ethel Julia Hildgard, died 10 November 1941, daughter of Rev. Charles Thoroton Hildyard.
28:3 Walter Wagstaffe Bagot, born 25 March 1852, died unmarried 18 March 1882.
28:4 Adela Sophia Harriet, died 25 April 1921, married 1 June 1876, Rt. Hon. Edmond Robert Wodehouse, P.C., Member of Parliament. He died 14 December 1914.
28:5 Charles Frederick Heneage Bagot, educated at Marlborough and Halleybury, born 25 January 1858; married [1st] 2 March 1886 (divorced, 1908), Florence Eleanor, died 26 September 1940), eldest daughter of Admiral Henry Bagot (see above), who had married a daughter of Sir Charles Bagot.) They had issue:
29:1 (Fe) Margaret Anne Bagot, born 1887, died February, 1954, married 17 April 1917, Edward Richard Marker, the son of Richard Marker, D.L., of Combe, Devon, and leaving issue. He died 1949.
>> 29:2 *** Harry Eric Bagot, (7th) Baron Bagot, and a Baronet, of Bagot's Bromley, Co. Stafford, educated Marlborough, Capt. late R.A.F., born 1893, married 11 July 1951, Kathleen Elizabeth Saddler, widow of Noel Murray Puckle of Melbourne. He succeeded Lord Caryl Ernest Bagot, who died 5 August 1961, a cousin. The (8th) and (8th) Baron Bagot is shown in the Blithfield Hall file.
29:3 Reginald Walter, Capt. R.M., heir presumptive, born 24 August 1897 (death date unknown), married in 1922 (divorced), Winifred Gwyneth Bowen; married [2nd] in 1934, Millicent Brenda, only daughter of Henry White Bowden of Great Missendon, Bucks.
28:4 Charles Heneage Bagot, married [2nd] 17 July 1909, Alice Lorine, daughter of Thomas Farr of Chittlehamholt Manor, North Cove, Ceylon, Chulmleigh, Devon. He died 2 June 1939, leaving issue:
29:3 (29:1) Heneage Charles, educated Harrow, late Major (6th) Gurkha Rifles, born 11 June 1914 (death date unknown), married 29 November 1939, Muriel Patricia Moore, daughter of Maxwell James Moore Boyle of Tullyvin House, Co. Cavan, & Lareen House, Kinlough, Co. Leitrim, and has issue.
28:5 Hugh Villiers Bagot, late Lt. (3rd) Btn. Norfolk Regt., born 14 July 1860, died 8 February 1919.
28:6 (Fe) Constance Mary Bagot, died 11 February 1909, married 22 December 1885, Sir William Algernon Law, K.C.M.G. (1916), C.B. (1908), leaving issue.
28:7 Mildred Emily Barbara, married 13 June 1882, Cmdr. Charles Elphinstone Fleming Cunninghame Graham, M.V.O., R.N., Groom-in-Waiting to the King, and died 14 November 1935, leaving issue.
27:5 Lewis Francis Bagot (Rev.), born 18 February 1813, married 13 June 1848, Catherine, daughter of Hon. Rev. J. Boscawen, and d.s.p. 13 August 1870. She died 11 August 1891.
27:6 Maj. George Bagot, born 5 May 1818, formerly of the Household of H. E. the Lord Lt. of Ireland; married 17 June 1861, Mary Eleanor Frances, daughter of Lord Kilmaine, and d.s.p. 9 May 1867.
27:7 Richard (7th son of Rt. Rev. Richard), born 21 February 1821, died 6 January 1840.
27:8 Frederic Bagot (Rev.), D.C.L., Rector of Harpesden, Oxon, and Prebendary of Wells and Registrar of Oxford; born 23 January 1822, died 1 January 1892, married 29 October 1862, Charlotte Anne Philippina, died 8 December 1925, only daughter of Brice Pearse of Ashlyns, Great Berkhamated. Frederic and Charlotte Ann left two sons:
28:1 Cecil Villiers, M.A. Pembroke Coll. Oxon, born 5 September 1865, died 21 July 1940, married 18 June 1903, Ethel, died 4 January 1944, younger daughter of Jesse Garratt of Wateringbury, Kent, and leaving issue:
29:1 Charles Frederic Villiers Bagot, O.B.E. (1955), educated Radley, Lt.-Col. R.A., late Essex Regt., served in World War II (despatches), Assist. Mil. Sec. H.Q. Western Cmd. 1952-55, Assist Adjt.-Gen., War Office, 1956-59, was a queen's Messenger from 1961, born 18 May 1912; married 26 June 1939, Lucy Violet Kathleen de la Cloche, elder daughter of late Harold Henry Marriot, and has issue:
28:2 Harold Frederic, born 9 February 1867, died unmarried 16 October 1894.
28:3 Sidney Charles (Rev.) M.A. Kable Coll. Oxford, late Rector of Rous Lench, Evesham, Co. Worcester, born 10 April 1873, died unmarried 11 March 1933.
26:5 Frances, born 1785, died 1806, married Edward, son of Henry, Earl of Uxbridge, afterwards became Sir Edward Paget G.C.B.
>> 26:2 *** William Bagot, (2nd) Baron Bagot, L.L.D., F.S.A., F.L.S. and F.H.S, born 11 September 1773, died 12 February 1856, married [1st] 30 May 1799, Hon. Emily Fitzroy, died 8 June 1800, 4th dau. of (1st) Lord Southampton. Their daughter: (Click to see partial contents of his book, Memorials of the Bagot Family):
27:1 Louisa Barbara, died in infancy. (Click here to go to (3rd) Baron Bagot):
26:2 Lord William married [2nd] 17 February 1807, Lady Louise Legge, died 13 August 1816, eldest daughter of the (3rd) Earl of Dartmouth, K.G., and had issue. Lord William Bagot died 12 February 1856 and was succeeded by his eldest son by his second wife, Lady Louisa.
27:1 Louisa Frances, born 1808, died 1829.
27:2 Agnes Bagot, born 1809, died 1885, married John Newton Lane of King's Bromley.
27:3 *** William, his son & heir: at >>
27:4 Hervey Charles (Rev.), born 17 December 1812, M.A., was Rector of Blithfield, Co. Stafford; married 16 July 1873, Frances Mary Dickin, died 13 July 1902, daughter of Thomas Dickin. He d.s.p. 3 January 1879.
27:5 Eleanor Bagot, born 1814, died 1896.
27:6 Alfred Walter Bagot, born 4 April 1816, died 19 June 1891.
>> 27:3 *** William Bagot, (3rd) Baron Bagot, Hon. Col. Staffs. Yeo. and a Lord-in-Waiting, born 27 March 1811, married 13 August 1851, Hon. Lucia Caroline Elizabeth, eldest daughter of (1st) Lord Dover, and sister of (2nd) Viscount Clifden, and by her (who died 22 January 1895) had issue. Lord William died 19 January 1887 and was succeeded by his eldest son. (Click here to go to (4th) Baron Bagot):
28:1 Louisa, born 1853, married Hon. Hamar Bass; married [2nd] Reverend Bernard Shaw.
28:2 Constance, born 1855, died 1898, unmarried.
28:3 *** William, his son & heir: at >>
28:4 Katherine Jane, born 1859, married Col. David Murray Smyth of Methven.
28:5 Elizabeth Sophia Lucia, born 1861, married Francis Alexander Newdigate.
28:6 Walter Lewis, D.S.O., Major Gren. Gds., on Staff of IVth Army Corps., B.E.F. 1914-15, and a Dir. Min. of Munitions of War 1915-16, served Nile Exped. 1898 (wounded, two medals and clasp), in South Africa 1900-02 (two medals, six clasps D.S.O.), and World War I 1914-15, born 22 April 1864, died 26 May 1927, married 6 February 1892, Margaret Jane Caroline, died 14 June 1941, daughter of Hon. Frederick Gadogan, and leaving issue.
29:1 Marjory Olive, born 21 November 1893, died unmarried 14 November 1954.
29:2 Edward Luke Henry, 2nd Lt. Welsh Guards, born 18 October 1896, killed in action on the Somme on 10 September 1916.
28:7 Georgiana Agnes, born 1874, married Charles Finch, afterwards Earl of Aylesford.
>> 28:3 *** William Bagot, (4th) Baron Bagot, and a Baronet, J.P. and D.L. of Cos. Stafford and Derby, formerly Capt. of the (3rd) Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, and Lt.-Col. (2nd in command) of Stafford Imperial Yeo., born 19 January 1857, married 25 July 1903, Lilian Marie, died 21 February 1958, daughter of Henry May of Maryland, U.S.A., had a daughter.
Lord Bagot died 23 December 1932, and was succeeded by Gerald William, a line from Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, the (1st) Baron's son. (See here:[and continue to go to (5th) Baron Bagot]):
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