Le Fleming baronets

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Rydal Hall, the family seat of the Flemings

The Fleming, later le Fleming Baronetcy, of Rydal in the County of Westmorland, is a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 4 October 1705 for William Fleming, Member of Parliament for Westmorland. The second Baronet was Bishop of Carlisle. The third Baronet represented Cumberland in the British House of Commons. The fourth Baronet was Member of Parliament for Westmorland. He assumed the surname of le Fleming, an ancient version of the family surname. This version of the surname has also been borne by the Baronets from the seventh Baronet onwards. The sixth Baronet, an ordained priest, served as Rector of Windermere.

The family seat was Rydal Hall, near Rydal, Cumbria.

Fleming, later le Fleming baronets, of Rydal (1705)[edit]

The heir presumptive is the present holder's brother Andrew John le Fleming (born 1979).

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