Sir Richard Glyn, 1st Baronet, of Ewell

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Sir Richard Glyn, 1st Baronet (13 June 1711 – 1 January 1773) was a British banker and politician, who together with Joseph Vere and Thomas Hallifax founded the Bank of Vere, Glyn & Hallifax, which evolved into Williams & Glyn's Bank.

He served as Sheriff of London in 1753 and as Lord Mayor of London in 1758. He was also Member of Parliament for the City of London from 1758 to 1768 and for Coventry from 1768 to 1773. In 1758 he was created a baronet, of Ewell in the County of Surrey.

Glyn married firstly Susannah (née Lewen) in 1736. After her death in 1751 he married secondly Elizabeth (née Carr) in 1754. Glyn died in January 1773, aged 61, and was succeeded in the baronetcy by his son from his first marriage, George. His son from his second marriage, Richard, was created a baronet in his own right in 1800.

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Sir John Barnard
Slingsby Bethell
Sir Robert Ladbroke
William Beckford
Member of Parliament for the City of London
1758 – 1768
With: Sir John Barnard 1758–1761
Sir Robert Ladbroke 1758–1768
William Beckford 1758–1768
Thomas Harley 1761–1768
Succeeded by
Sir Robert Ladbroke
William Beckford
Thomas Harley
Barlow Trecothick
Preceded by
Hon. Andrew Archer
Hon. Henry Seymour-Conway
Member of Parliament for Coventry
1768 – 1773
With: Hon. Henry Seymour-Conway
Succeeded by
Hon. Henry Seymour-Conway
Walter Waring
Baronetage of Great Britain
New creation Baronet
(of Ewell)
1759–1773
Succeeded by
George Glyn