Nicholas Bayly (Anglesey MP)
Nicholas Bayly (1749 – 7 June 1814) was a British soldier and Member of Parliament.
Military and political career
Bayly was a Colonel in the Royal West Middlesex Militia and a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 1st Foot Guards. He was returned to parliament for Anglesey in 1784, a seat he held until 1790. He was succeeded as MP by his nephew William Paget.
Bayly married Fanny (née Nettlefold). He died in June 1814.
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