Name: Nicholas Bayly
Suffix: 2nd Bt
Birth: 1709 in Plas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales
Death: 9 DEC 1782 in Bond Street, London, England
Burial: Llanldwen church, Anglesey, Wales, family vault
Residence: Plas Newyyd, Anglesey, Wales
Occupation: MP Anglesey 1734 - 1741
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Change Date: 14 FEB 2012
He was MP Anglesey 1734 - 1741 as an Opposition Whig, supported by the Tory Bulkeley family.
Robert Adam designed a house at 180 Bond Street for him.
(Complete Works of Robert and James Adam, By David King)
He married secondly Anne Hunter (d at Milford 18 May 1818) and had Lewis Bayly, later Wallis, (1775-1848), MP for Ilchester 1799-1802.
(The House of Commons 1790-1820 - Page 162)
Sir Nicolas Bayly of Plasnyddidd, in the county of Anglesey, of which he had been M.P. for several Parliaments, Custos Rotulorum, and
in the second year of George III was made Lord-Lieutenant.
Father: Edward Bayly b: ABT 1675
Mother: Dorothy Lambart b: in Delgany, Co Wicklow, Ireland
19 APR 1737
in St George?s, Hanover Square, London
- Henry Paget b: 18 JUN 1744 in Plas-Newydd Anglesy, Wales
- Type: Book
Periodical: Memoir of the Hon'ble Sir Charles Paget, G.C.H.,