Richard Dyott (died 1719)

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Richard Dyott (9 May 1667 – 13 May 1719) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons in three periods between 1690 and 1710.

Dyott was the son of Richard Dyott of Freeford Manor, near Lichfield and his second wife Anne Greene.[1]

In 1690 Dyott was elected Member of Parliament for Lichfield and held the seat until 1695. He was re-elected for Lichfield in 1698 and held the seat until 1708. He was elected again in 1710 and retained the seat until 1715.[2]

Dyott married Frances Inge, daughter of William Inge of Thorpe Constantine on 20 September 1685.[1]

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Robert Burdett
Sir Michael Biddulph, Bt
Member of Parliament for Lichfield
1690–1695
With: Robert Burdett
Succeeded by
Robert Burdett
Sir Michael Biddulph, Bt
Preceded by
Robert Burdett
Sir Michael Biddulph, Bt
Member of Parliament for Lichfield
1698–1707
With: Sir Michael Biddulph, Bt 1698–1701, 1701–1705
William Walmisley 1701
Sir Henry Gough 1705–1707
Succeeded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Parliament of England
Member of Parliament for Lichfield
1707–1708
With: Sir Henry Gough
Succeeded by
Sir Michael Biddulph, Bt
John Cotes
Preceded by
Sir Michael Biddulph, Bt
John Cotes
Member of Parliament for Lichfield
1710–1715
With: John Cotes
Succeeded by
Walter Chetwynd
Samuel Hill